Tune in this Wednesday evening at 6.00 pm just after the Texas Standard show, KEOS’ Jay Brakefield will host the 2016 Sheriff candidates for a live interview on the Brazos Valley Beat. The incumbent Sheriff Chris Kirk and challenger Miguel Vasquez, a deputy constable in precinct 2, will join us live in the Bell Studio. You can listen live on KEOS 89.1 FM at 6.00 PM or listen online at your convenience on the Brazos Valley Beat (BVB).
An interview with developer Chris Lawrence on the north end Downtown Bryan development.
Brazos Valley Beat is a live on-air talk show covering various topics happening in the Brazos Valley, Texas. Brazos Valley Beat is broadcast live every Wednesday from 6pm – 7pm on KEOS 89.1 FM College Station/Bryan, Texas following the Texas Standard Show.
Host: Jay Brakefield
Producers: Jay Brakefield, Alexander Rubio
Thanks to everyone who made it to Grand Stafford Theater on March 27 to see Sam Baker, Carrie Elkin, and Chip Dolan in the first installment of KEOS’s Lone Star Music Series. It was also a great pleasure to welcome opening act Claire Domingue and Coby Tate back to downtown Bryan. What a great show!
Just before the concert, KEOS volunteer Anne Preston interviewed Sam Baker in the Stafford green room at Advent GX in downtown Bryan. You can listen to the interview here.
KEOS would like to thank Grand Stafford Theater, Village Café, and Comfort Suites University for helping us launch the Lone Star Music Series. The Lone Star Music Series kick-off concert was made possible in part through Hotel Tax Revenue funded from the City of College Station and the City of Bryan through the Arts Council of Brazos Valley.
All of us at KEOS look forward to the next concert in the Lone Star Music Series, the 2015 Volunteer Jam, later this year. Stay tuned!
At the recent Navasota Blues Festival, KEOS program director Jay Brakefield sat down with performers Justin Johnson, Doug MacLeod and Texas Johnny Boy to explore their history with the blues and how they feel about playing this vital American music. Here’s what they had to say, plus musical samples from Muddy Waters and Texas’ own Blind Willie Johnson.
On “KEOS Review” on Wednesday, July 29, host Jay Brakefield aired an interview with A&M physics professor Dr. William Bassichis about the upcoming restoration of Temple Freda, a century-old Jewish temple in downtown Bryan. Here’s the interview.
To get more information and to pledge a tax-deductible contribution to the restoration of Temple Freda, please contact Lindsey Guindi, director of strategic projects for the city of Bryan, by phone at 979-209-5130 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
KEOS program director Jay Brakefield interviews opponents of the proposed creation of a new Blinn College campus in the Lynntech building in College Station.Texas A&M professor John Lawler, neighborhood association founder Henry Wittner, retired A&M Press director Stetter and Realtor and developer Patrick Siegert share their concerns about the potential impact on the Raintree and Emerald Forest neighborhoods and express their preference for a site in Bryan. Blinn officials declined to be interviewed but provided a written statement to be read on the air.
Mayor, City of Bryan
Aired on 89.1 FM 5-6 PM October 13, 2013
Candidates: Jason P. Bienski and Mike Southerland