I love Texas & Red Dirt and I love that's all we play here at Kickin' Country 103.1! I've been lucky enough to have been in Texas & Red Dirt Radio for over 15 years now and it's been exciting to see the scene grow over that time. I still remember my first Kevin Fowler concert way back then. I didn't know who he was at the time, but I was astonished at the massive amount of people who showed up to see him. What even struck me more was the people who showed up knew his songs and they were singing along. At that point, Kevin wasn't getting played on the radio, but it hit me then that he should be along with other guys on the scene at that time like Pat Green, Roger Creager, Jack Ingram, Reckless Kelly and Cory Morrow. So we started playing them! And I'm blessed to be still be playing them and a lot of other artists today! So tune us in and leave us on at Kickin' Country 103.1. You can here me weekdays from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. And when I'm not on the air, you'll likely catch me at a concert whether it's here in the Concho Valley or anywhere else in Texas! I'll see you out there, I hope!
Zach Edwards Is Playing San Angelo Saturday Night
Zach Edwards is a very entertaining performer.
Check out Jake Worthington’s Latest Song
You may recall Jake Worthington's big hit 'How Do You Honky Tonk' a few months ago on the Texas music chart.
New Music from the Jeff Jacobs Band
Jeff Jacobs Band fans, get ready for new music.
Zane Williams Sings ‘Hello World’
Zane Williams has a new song that is sure to climb the Texas charts.
58 Years Ago: The Day The Music Died
58 years ago today on this date in 1959, we lost Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. 'The Big Bopper' Richardson to a plane crash in Iowa.
Pre-Order Songs from Jeremy Steding New Album
You can now get song from Jeremy Steding's upcoming album 'Odessa'.
#ThrowbackThursday – Kevin Fowler in Thunderfoot from 1995
We are two days from Kevin Fowler playing the grand re-opening of Midnight Rodeo San Angelo.
24 Years Ago: Willie Settles with the IRS
24 years ago today on February 2, 1993, Willie Nelson settled his tax feud with the Internal Revenue Service.