KOSU to celebrate Public Radio Music Day on Nov. 10
KOSU will participate in the second annual Public Radio Music Day on Wednesday, Nov. 10.
KOSU joins fellow noncommercial music stations, performers, and fans across the country to recognize public radio's essential community service and unique role in the music world locally and nationally.
On Nov. 10, KOSU and The Spy will honor the occasion online and on-air with two radio-special episodes of our music podcast Songwriters & Tour Riders:
- Noon: Parker Millsap
- 7 p.m.: Fire In Little Africa
Support for Public Radio Music Day comes from Kicker Performance Audio, offering mobile-audio products that are designed, tested and shipped from Kicker’s global headquarters near Boomer Lake in Stillwater. More at kicker.com or by visiting a Kicker dealer.
Note: Fresh Air will be preempted on Nov. 10.
Millions of listeners tune in weekly to hundreds of local public radio music stations like KOSU across America to discover, learn, and enjoy a mix of music selections, artists, and genres that are, in many cases, available only on public radio.
Although the COVID-19 health crisis continues to place constraints on live and on-site events, KOSU is proud to be a part of Public Radio Music Day and will continue engaging music fans, artists, and musicians through COVID-safe, on-air, and virtual spaces. On Nov. 10, stations from across the country will host special broadcast and digital programming, such as virtual concerts, dedicated studio sessions, handcrafted playlists, and fan and artist stories, to help connect their community with local musicians and artists.
You can hear the podcast radio specials on-air or online, through your computer, phone, smart speaker or television. Find all the ways to listen to KOSU and The Spy here.
More information about Public Radio Music Day and local events across the country is available at PublicRadioMusicDay.org.