Programs A-Z

  • About What You’d Expect is the weekly radio show from Tower Theatre in Oklahoma City. Hosted by Chad Whitehead, About What You’d Expect takes the office playlist from Tower and boils it down to a one-hour program. Mostly new, mostly indie, it’s...

  • Everything All at Once Forever is an hour­long program hosted by the legendary Jon Mooneyham, featuring a different conceptual theme each week, and which, as the show’s name implies, draws upon the incredible breadth and...

  • Excuse Me is an all-vinyl radio show hosted by Beau Brady, who uses his 21st century music knowledge to keep you up to date with the new album releases, bands currently touring, and old favorites... all on a classic format.

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  • Folk Alley host Elena See collects the best in traditional and contemporary folk, Americana and roots music from the latest releases, classics, exclusive Folk Alley in-studio and live concert recordings.

  • Grand Union Radio is a weekly hour-long show about hip-hop, rap and the scene that comes with it. From trending topics to old school legends, Jabee and Chelsey O take you into the multidimensional layers of hip-hop. The pairing works to curate...

  • No One Man is a weekly, hour-long radio show, aiming to redefine the culture of hip hop through an eclectic soundscape from rap, r&b, soul, funk, to rock, folk, poetry, and conversation.

    Join host Don Data every...

  • Oklahoma Rock Show is a weekly two-hour show of Oklahoma music, from across the state. The show opens a window of Oklahoma music to the rest of the world.

    Artists heard on the show: Broncho, Parker...

  • Oklahoma Rock Show: Rewind explores Oklahoma's musical past, focusing on corresponding themes, deep-diving into Oklahoma music icons, and revisiting classic Oklahoma albums. The show spans all eras and all genres, bringing to light forgotten...

  • Broadcasting from the birthplace of Red Dirt in Stillwater, Oklahoma, The Red Dirt Radio Hour plays current and original Red Dirt artists, as well as artists that were influential in it's creation.

    Artists...

  • Sound Opinions is where people who love music can come together. Make discoveries, debate, learn about pop culture, engage, have fun and find new ways to further enrich your lives through music.

    Whether you're an expert, or...

  • A deep dive into The Spy’s record collection hosted by George Lang, Spy 101 looks at monumental albums, bizarre stories and the history that still informs today’s indie rock. This is a crash course on modern music with no term papers or finals,...

  • Spy Lab is a party playlist for Saturday nights into Sunday mornings! Playing all the dance hits of yesterday, today and tomorrow - three hours of pure party and feel good tunes.

    Artists heard on the show: <...

  • The Spy is your go-to location for independent, local music and features more than 20 unique specialty shows that include 80s New Wave, Rockabilly, Soul, Punk and Post-Punk, Classic Alternative, Blues and Roots, Reggae, and much, much more....

  • The Toaster Brunch is a weekly serving of the bossest Jamaican sounds: ska, rocksteady, reggae, dub, roots, 2-Tone, and more.

    Artists heard on the show: Skatalites, Toots & The Maytals, Burning...

  • Tumbleweeds All the Way Down is your weekly source for American roots music - country, blues, and folk. If it sounds like blood, sweat, heartbreak or alcohol, you will hear it here.

    Host Jack Fowler is an Oklahoma City-based painter,...

  • Tune in Tulsa is a weekly, hour-long show, where guests from throughout the community share the music of their lives.

  • There's the music of your life and the music of your young life.  For Rob Vera, the sounds of the turn of the last century are the sounds of "home".

    From rock to hip hop, punk to alt-country, electronic to ska and a thousand...