Radio Stations in Austin Area

Tejano

Area codes 512 • 737
(includes Dripping Springs, Pflugerville, Round Rock, San Marcos)

Number of Listings: 5


KUTX-FM 98.9

  • 300 West Dean Keeton, Stop A0704, Austin, TX 78712-1061
  • (512) 471-1631 • (512) 471-2345
  • Website
  • Region: Austin Area
  • Genres: Blues • Country • Folk/Acoustic • Jazz • Rock • Tejano
  • KUTX 98.9 is an eclectic 27,000 watt noncommercial NPR affiliate. Located at the University of Texas at Austin, KUTX signal covers approximately a 60 mile radius. Our award-winning locally-produced music programming includes Texas music, blues, jazz, world beat, rock, folk, country, singer/songwriter, electronic, pop, Latin; plus NPR national and international news, and local public affairs and news programming from KUTX news department. Texas artists can be heard on all our programs. To submit music, physical CDs sent to Jeff McCord, Music Director, KUTX Public Media Studies, 300 W. Dean Keeton (A0704), Austin, TX 78712-1061 are preferred. To submit electronically, send a link to a .wav file of your recordings so we can preview and download them to music@kutx.org. Unsolicited email music file attachments will not be submitted. KUTX does accept unsolicited CDs. Your CD should be available commercially. Whenever possible, submitted CDs should be final copies of full albums or EPs with artwork. It’s also helpful to include a “one sheet” that includes a short bio, contact information, a song list highlighting your strongest tracks, as well as any songs that have lyrics that the FCC wouldn’t like us to play on the radio. If you are inquiring about a live appearance or are interested in coverage on other KUTX programs as well as airplay, please send us two copies of your CD. Please understand that we do not have the resources to provide individual feedback on every CD we receive.

KTXZ-FM 95.1

  • 9434 Parkfield Drive, Suite A, Austin, TX 78758
  • (512) 453-1491 • (512) 390-5200
  • Region: Austin Area
  • Genre: TejanoTexas Music
  • KTXZ (95.1 FM) is a 2,500 watt Spanish language station in Westlake Hills broadcasting Tejano music. The station is a simulcast of KTXZ 1560 AM. 8 am to 12 is Spanish Christian. Noon to 8 am is Tejano.

KTXZ-AM 1560

  • 9434 Parkfield Drive, Suite A, Austin, TX 78758
  • (512) 453-1491 • (512) 390-5300
  • Region: Austin Area
  • Genre: Tejano
  • KTXZ (1560 AM) "Para La Gente" is a 2,500-watt station Spanish language Tejano music format serving the greater Austin and Central Texas area. It is Austin's second longest running Spanish language radio station. KTXZ Features "Live" Local DJ's and does numerous "Live" transmissions from various local music intensive venues. KTXZ is simulcasted in Austin on 95.1FM.

KUT-FM 90.5

  • 300 West Dean Keeton Street Stop A0704, Austin, TX 78712-1061
  • (512) 471-1631 • (512) 471-2345
  • Website
  • Region: Austin Area
  • Genres: Americana • Bluegrass • Blues • Country • Folk/Acoustic • Jazz • Rock • TejanoAAA, Gospel/Christian, Mainstream Rock, Modern Rock, Public Radio, R&B/Hip Hop, Tropical, Texas Music, Alternative
  • KUT creates experiences that deepen understanding and connect people. We are committed to authenticity, craft, context and the unique power of the human voice in all its forms.

KUTX-FM 98.9

  • 300 West Dean Keeton, Stop A0704, Austin, TX 78712-1061
  • (512) 471-1631 • (512) 471-2345
  • Website
  • Region: Austin Area
  • Genres: Blues • Country • Folk/Acoustic • Jazz • Rock • TejanoAAA, Classic Rock, College Radio, Mainstream Rock, Modern Rock, Public Radio, R&B/Hip Hop, Texas Music, Alternative
  • KUTX 98.9 is an eclectic 27,000 watt noncommercial NPR affiliate. Located at the University of Texas at Austin, KUTX signal covers approximately a 60 mile radius. Our award-winning locally-produced music programming includes Texas music, blues, jazz, world beat, rock, folk, country, singer/songwriter, electronic, pop, Latin; plus NPR national and international news, and local public affairs and news programming from KUTX news department. Texas artists can be heard on all our programs. To submit music, physical CDs sent to Jeff McCord, Music Director, KUTX Public Media Studies, 300 W. Dean Keeton (A0704), Austin, TX 78712-1061 are preferred. To submit electronically, send a link to a .wav file of your recordings so we can preview and download them to music@kutx.org. Unsolicited email music file attachments will not be submitted. KUTX does accept unsolicited CDs. Your CD should be available commercially. Whenever possible, submitted CDs should be final copies of full albums or EPs with artwork. It’s also helpful to include a “one sheet” that includes a short bio, contact information, a song list highlighting your strongest tracks, as well as any songs that have lyrics that the FCC wouldn’t like us to play on the radio. If you are inquiring about a live appearance or are interested in coverage on other KUTX programs as well as airplay, please send us two copies of your CD. Please understand that we do not have the resources to provide individual feedback on every CD we receive.

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