Happy 2019 all! We are excited to have many new (and a few seasoned) DJ’s hitting the air-waves this semester. KTCU will continue tweaking the up-dated style of music that is our primary format now…Indie, Local, Modern & Classics. Also, the amazing Specialty Shows that are sprinkled through the weeknights and rule the KTCU weekends will, of course, keep on rockin’.
Spring is ‘Music Festival’ Season
Keep listening to 88.7 and watching our social media for updates on upcoming music festivals like the Homegrown Music and Arts Fest in Dallas…Fortress Music Festival *HERE* in Fort Worth …and a little thing called Coachella in Indio, California (just to mention a few).
Geoff visits with Mean Motor Scooter in studio
Geoff sat down with Sammy, Rebekah, Joe and Chase from Mean Motor Scooter to talk about the band, their upcoming Lolaween show with Loafers, Wrex, Ting Tang Tina, and Son of Stan, and what’s in store for 2019 for the band.
Adam Elk of The Mommyheads visits KTCU
Adam Elk, lead singer of The Mommyheads and founder of Storefront Music joined Janice and Geoff for an interview about the music industry, The Mommyheads touring Sweden, and his company Storefront Music. Adam also performed two acoustic songs just for your KTCU listening ears.
Jeff Ryan and James Henderson from Motorcade visit KTCU
Jeff Ryan and James Henderson from Motorcade sat down with our co-station manager Geoffrey Craig and talked about their album, how they formed, what’s next and more.
Nick Wright from Caved Mountains joins Radio Bapola
Nick Wright from Caved Mountains joined Radio Bapola host Steve Levering this past Saturday to update us on his new band, Caved Mountains and the upcoming show they have on August 4th. Nick is a TCU Alum, class of 2003.