Make a Difference During Notably Texan November on KETR!

Nov 18, 2015

2015 has been an exciting year on Notably Texan!

From live interviews with Hannah Kirby, Ray Wylie Hubbard, and Blue Water Highway BandSpyche performing live in the KETR studios; to KETR helping bring the return of the monthly Commerce Songwriters Showcase with Grammy Award winner Brad Davis.

Every time you listened to Notably Texan in the past year, you heard great music from artists all across the state. Notably Texan brings you both well-known tunes as well as new songs to discover, all unique and all preserving the equally unique music culture of Texas.

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These are just a few examples of how listener support makes not just the music possible on Notably Texan, but also makes exciting interviews, performances, and special events possible for Northeast Texas to hear on 88.9 KETR.

All this week is Notably Texan November. We’re asking listeners of KETR, and those who appreciate and love Texas music on Notably Texan, to consider all that it takes to make KETR programming possible and make a gift accordingly. 

Your support during this special fundraising effort will go directly towards keeping Notably Texan, as well as all our programming alive and on the air in Northeast Texas.

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It’s amazing when you stop and think about it. You and others from near and far, coming together and giving what you can to help bring unique, unparalleled music, news, and entertainment to our community and make it possible for all to listen. Just like I often say on the air, KETR programming is “made possible by members like you.”

Thank you for your past support, and we look forward to hearing from you! Click here to go to our secure online donation form, give us a call at 800-882-KETR, or mail your donation to 88.9 KETR-FM, PO Box 4504, Commerce, TX, 75429.

Thank you for being a listener of Notably Texan, and a member of KETR. Your support is absolutely vital in order for this station and its programming to continue to impact and make a difference in Northeast Texas!

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