HPPR

Garden City, KS

High Plains Public Radio operates a network of 19 FM stations and translators providing public radio service to 78 counties across the High Plains region, including parts of Kansas, Texas, Colorado, Oklahoma, & Nebraska. For nearly all of this area, HPPR is the sole source of public radio service. From our headquarters in Garden City, KS, as well as a second studio in Amarillo, TX, our network hosts a variety of national and regional music and news programming. For more information, visit www.hppr.org. ~ HPPR: In touch with the world, at home on the High Plains.

Today’s Schedule

  • Western Swing & Other Things Conceived and produced by Dodge City Marshal Allen Bailey, Western Swing & Other Things brings to listeners world wide a blend of Western Swing & Cowboy music, humor, poetry and western lore that is unique to the High Plains region. Each week, the Marshal and Cowgirl Janey feature Western Swing Old and New, Country Music Classics, Cowboy Songs, Cowboy Poetry, and so much more.. requests are always welcome! Plus, hear rebroadcasts of our Regional Program, High Plains History, the news from the Howell Social Club, and the latest from Abner's Guitar Shop. The perfect way to spend a Saturday morning! Now in our 30th year! We'll be lookin' for ya!
    LIVE @ 11:00 AM
  • Songbirds Songbirds will feature music that is heavily steeped in acoustic rhythm and sound. The parameters will include singer/songwriters, bluegrass, traditional tunes and modern folk. All songs will be acoustic in nature, featuring instruments such as guitar, mandolin, fiddle, banjo, stand-up bass, piano and various acoustic instruments. :Your host, Valarie Smith, will highlight emerging artists in the folk scene while paying homage to traditional tunes that have long peppered the folk genre.
    LIVE @ 1:00 PM
  • Open Range Open Range could bring to mind images of campfires, cowboys, wide open spaces, and endless skies… but here on HPPR, it means the freedom to roam musical airwaves without boundaries or fences. Wherever you find yourself, it's the perfect companion. High Plains Public Radio's own Stephen Johnson weaves music as diverse as the colors of a tapestry into a beautiful soundtrack. The pallet could have the shades of classic Ella Fitzgerald, the hues of contemporary soulful Amanda Marshall, tints of poet Lyle Lovett, the rugged dyes of Bruce Springsteen, or perhaps even the soft watercolor twang of Hank Thompson. Open Range has one guiding thread, and that is great music.
    LIVE @ 2:00 PM
  • What the Folk? A two hour show, theme based, drawing from a variety of Singer-songwriters, folk, pop, rock, world, jazz, etc. There is a little bit of folk music in just about everything and you can connect the dots from Appalachian music to the Ramones: Appalachian folk was an influence on the Louvin Brothers and the Everly Brothers; The Everlys hugely influenced The Beatles and the Beach Boys; The Beach Boys were a major influence on The Ramones...
    LIVE @ 7:00 PM

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