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Notably Texan
Weekdays from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.

KETR's "Notably Texan" is a daily music program dedicated to the singers, songwriters, performers, and music of Texas. This podcast collects and shares the interviews that host Matt Meinke does with various Texas music artists throughout the year on the radio program.

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  • Throughout his more than 50 years in music, John Ford Coley has recorded a wide range of styles from Americana to soft and psychedelic rock, but is perhaps best remembered for songs like I’d Really Love To See You Tonight and Nights Are Forever Without You with his successful 70’s duo England Dan and John Ford Coley.
  • The growing suburb of Melissa, Texas has received recent attention thanks to the 2019 opening of a new branch of Texas gas station and tourist destination Buc-ee’s, but the small town is also becoming known as the home of overnight music sensation Jackson Scribner.
  • Billy Law has played a backing role in the Dallas band Ottoman Turks for a decade, but he has always been writing his own material that he imagined releasing someday.
  • With a voice as big as her home state of Texas, and guitar skills that make younger players green with envy, "The Rockabilly Philly" Rosie Flores shows no…
  • Businesswoman, philanthropist, public radio listener, actress, and singer-songwriter are just a few descriptions for Dallas native Lisa Loeb. Her '90's…
  • Helene Cronin's album Old Ghosts and Lost Causes culminates 15 years of experience as a songwriter and performer into a wonderfully eclectic collection of…
  • Great music comes from all parts of Texas, and James Cook is representing Witchita Falls in style. His album Tall Tales Of A Brown Buffalo contains a wide…
  • Cassandra Elese grew up in Austin influenced by records from Aretha Franklin and Diana Ross, inspiration that she carried all the way to her debut EP…
  • Tony Ramey spent more than 15 years in Nashville as a hired songwriting gun. Eventually the music industry changed and it was time for a change of…
  • Texas' own Gary Kyle is hitting it big with his new release American Flags, which is being played on more than 150 stations outside of Texas. The Houston…