New Programming This Weekend on RSU Radio

New shows join the list of programs for RSU Radio this weekend. The station’s diverse sound continues to evolve with the addition of three new programs. In addition to these changes, time changes for current shows will let our listeners hear more genres more easily. While two shows are leaving our airwaves, we are excited to introduce listeners to unique new programs this weekend. Find a full schedule of shows on the programming page.

Jorma Kaukonen is a legendary rock, blues, and folk guitarist who has played with some of the biggest musicians of the past 60 years. Kaukonen is a founding member of Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna. His Fur Peace Ranch is focused on celebrating and teaching music. Tune in Saturdays at noon to hear musicians of all styles stop by to perform stripped down and acoustic sets. Recent guests include Wishbone Ash, Arlen Roth, and Tommy Emmanuel.

Sounds From the Mother Road brings you the sounds of Route 66. Roots music centered around the iconic road with strong ties to Claremore and Tulsa. You’ll hear rock, Americana, country, western swing, and more driving music for cruising 66. You can hear Sounds From the Mother Road Sunday nights at 11.

Dead Air Radio celebrates the legacy of one of the most influential bands out of the Bay Area: The Grateful Dead. Host Cory Daniels focuses on official Dead releases and performances. You’ll hear deep cuts and versions of songs you’ve never heard before. The show airs Sunday afternoons at 2, just after Planet Nouveau.

Beginning Friday, June 14, The Korean Wave will move to midnight. This show plays songs from the K-Pop genre, which is exploding in popularity. The Friday Rap Up, which plays contemporary and classic underground hip hop and R&B, will now be on the air from 7 pm to midnight Friday nights.

Unfortunately, two amazing programs will not longer be on our airwaves. The Guestlist With Sean Cannon and Dig! each created their last episode this month. RSU Radio would like to thank the producers of these programs for their quality content and production. Change is the nature of college radio, and the station will continue to evolve with innovative and unique programming.

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