KEOS Community Radio

2019 Lone Star Music Series Concert: Brooke Graham, Sunday, September 7, at Grand Stafford Theater

KEOS 89.1 FM proudly welcomes Brooke Graham and her band to the fifth annual Lone Star Music Series concert at the Grand Stafford Theater in downtown Bryan on Saturday, September 7! Please join us for this annual concert showcasing Texas music, musicians, and songwriters. Tickets are $25 for reserved seating, and $15 for general admission. Table seating is also available for $125 per table. Tickets are available now. Doors open at 7:30 pm, and the concert starts at 8:00 pm.

Thank you to our sponsors, Earth Art and The Internal Medicine Center, Elizabeth C. Berigan, MD.

This program 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. See you on September 7!

Newest KEOS Underwriter: Senter Ranch

Programming on KEOS is sponsored in part by Senter Ranch, located near North Zulch, just 25 miles from Bryan/College Station.

A locally-owned business serving the Brazos Valley for 3 years, Senter Ranch specializes in grass-fed lamb, pork, and pastured turkey & eggs, using no soy/no corn/no GMO feed. No chemicals, hormones or antibiotics are used.

For more information or if you would like to visit the ranch, call/text 936-245-9505 or go to www.senterranch.com/contact.

Volunteer Spotlight Award Winner Announced

KEOS proudly recognizes Reta Taylor as the inaugural winner of the KEOS Volunteer Spotlight Award, a quarterly award that honors the achievements of our volunteers. A KEOS volunteer for twenty-two years, Reta serves on the KEOS Management Team and is one of the hosts of “The Gospel Express,” a locally produced program that airs each Sunday morning on KEOS from 7:00-11:00 am. Reta enthusiastically promotes KEOS and our community mission, and she has become one of the most recognizable KEOS volunteers in our local community. Most recently, you may have seen Reta and “The Gospel Express” representing KEOS in the annual Juneteenth parade in Bryan. Thank you, Reta, for being a part of the KEOS family!

Reta Volunteer Award
Reta Taylor (L) accepts the Volunteer Spotlight Award from KEOS Board President Kris May.
(photo: Donna Hanna-Calvert)

Calling all Helping Hands!

As your independent, public community radio station, KEOS invites and depends on the listeners served by our broadcast signal to get involved as volunteers with virtually all aspects of station operations.

Our amazing volunteers serve as on-air programmers, bringing listeners like you the music, news and public affairs programs you love. There are also many behind-the-scenes volunteers doing event management, facilities maintenance, committee service, music library work, answering pledge phones and much more.

We need YOU to help keep us on the air. Learn more about how you can get involved today. Thank you, Brazos Valley!

Reveal: Award-Winning Investigative Journalism

Tune in Wednesdays at 6:00pm for Reveal, the Peabody Award-winning investigative journalism program for public radio hosted by Al Letson. We’ve heard the corporate-sponsored news, but we want to know what really happened. That’s what Reveal is all about: finding out what’s going on behind the scenes, and what’s hidden from public view. Here’s Reveal’s guide to spotting fake news.

Credit: Goodby Silverstein & Partners

This week’s episode, “America’s Drug War, Revealed,” shows how a baggie of crack cocaine packed with fear, distortion and misconceptions, and one presidential address in the 1980s, helped shape the war on drugs.

From the Center for Investigative Reporting and PRX. “There’s always more to the story.” #BCSTX #BrazosValley #Aggieland

We’re in this together.

Thanks to you, our listeners, we’re celebrating our 24th year on the air this month! We’re now in the middle of our Spring Fund Drive and we need your support to keep the programs you love on the air. KEOS is committed to the creation of radio broadcasting by and for a public of diverse cultures, ages, income levels, and backgrounds, under-served and under-represented by other area media.

If you haven’t yet donated, the easiest way is to do it right here. You can also call KEOS at 979-779-5367 and pledge your support. Every dollar helps keep community public radio alive. You’re the best, Brazos Valley!

Tune in to AFTERMATH Mondays 9.00 – 11.00 P.M.

Don't forget to tune in for some triphop later tonight, on Aftermath with Alex Rubio. Check it out on 89.1 FM KEOS or livestream at www.keos.org. Just hit the at Listen Now button at 9 pm!

Posted by KEOS Community Radio on Monday, February 25, 2019

Celebrate the vision and the impact of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Celebrate the vision and the impact of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Martin Luther King Jr. became the most visible…

Posted by KEOS Community Radio on Monday, January 21, 2019

Celebrate the vision and the impact of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Martin Luther King Jr. became the most visible spokesperson and leader in the civil rights movement from 1954 until his assassination in 1968.

Please post your favorite quote from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as a comment here on the KEOS 89.1 FM page.

#MLKday #BCSTX #CommUNITYradio

Tune in for Alternative Radio, Thursdays 6pm, this week’s show is “The Dream of Revolution” by Robin Kelley

Tune in for Alternative Radio, Thursdays 6.00 P.M. – 7.00 P.M. on KEOS Community Radio this week's show is "The Dream of…

Posted by KEOS Community Radio on Thursday, January 17, 2019

Tune in for Alternative Radio, Thursdays 6.00 P.M. – 7.00 P.M. on KEOS Community Radio this week’s show is “The Dream of Revolution” by Robin Kelley

In some ways Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was murdered twice. First by an assassin’s bullet in Memphis and then by killing his revolutionary message. Today, King is largely remembered with special holiday sales. His vision of radical revolution muted. He posed a special threat to the power structure. It was one thing to demand desegregation of lunch counters and quite another when in his Beyond Vietnam speech he called for:

“a radical redistribution of economic and
political power . . . a revolution of values . . . We must see now that the evils of racism, economic exploitation and militarism are all tied together. . . The whole structure of American life must be changed.”

Those words in 1967 resonate today. The dream of revolution, of creating a society based on equality and justice lives on.

KEOS 89.1 FM or listen via tun.in/serx8 or ask #Alexa “Tune-in K-E-O-S”

Local business supporters of KEOS recognize that supporting independent public radio is the best way to get the word out in the local community. For more information about underwriting email Underwrite@KEOS.org
#bcstx #Aggieland #Texas #CommunityRadio

Tune in for “Castle Thunder” Wednesdays evening 7.00 P.M. – 9.00 P.M.

Tune-in for a new locally produced and hosted show, by Twila Koan, on KEOS. Every Wednesday evening 7.00 P.M. – 9.00…

Posted by KEOS Community Radio on Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Tune-in for a new locally produced and hosted show, by Twila Koan, on KEOS. Every Wednesday evening 7.00 P.M. – 9.00 P.M. “Castle Thunder” tonight’s theme is music from Jim Jarmusch films.

Listen via tun.in/serx8 or ask #Alexa “Tune-in K-E-O-S”

Local business supporters of KEOS recognize that supporting independent public radio is the best way to get the word out in the local community. For more information about underwriting email Underwrite@KEOS.org


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