Support Red River Radio

The Red River Radio Network is a community-supported service of LSU-Shreveport and is the non-commercial source for NPR News, classical music, jazz, blues and more for East Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas and parts of Mississippi.  We rely upon listener-members for 60% of our support. Please consider making a tax-deductible contribution to Red River Radio and help us continue our tradition of high quality news, music, and cultural programs that inform and enrich our communities. You can support at anytime, in any amount, through volunteer work, and through numerous other ways. Please contact us to learn more.

Fall Fund Drive 2016

Sep 30, 2016

The Red River Radio Fall Find Drive is under way and so far we have raised nearly $3,000 toward our goal of $150,000. Your support is vital to Red River Radio and we hope you will make a donation today and support all the great shows you love. We will have numerous drawings throughout the drive and all donations are automatically entered into each upcoming drawing. Make a contribution now and support Your Public Radio Station, Red River Radio.

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Red River Radio announces our Seventh Annual Young Artists Competition, open to instrumentalists and vocalists ages 18 and under in Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas. Winners will be chosen from entries for participation in a live radio broadcast on Sunday, October 9, 2016, at 3 p.m., to be held in the Red River Radio performance hall.

Our end of the year drive was a success and the results so far are 126,865 raised to support Red River Radio and all it's programming. Thank you so much. We also want to thank these area businesses for their support as well.

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Make an end-of-year contribution to Red River Radio and select a gift in return, perfect for someone on your Christmas shopping list. We have zippered hoodies; golf umbrellas; HD radios; History Matters and Clementine Hunter books for the book lover; CDs such as The Canadian Brass Quintet, Giovanni De Chiaro’s  Christmas on Guitar and  Christmas with Pavarotti; and the special Radio Bear pewter Christmas ornament  is waiting to trim a tree–all available at various contribution levels. Or how about the opportunity to put together their own one-hour music radio show?

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Airs Thursday, June 2, at 8 p.m. Twang Darkly returns to Red River Radio for a live performance of their unique blend of original instrumental music that has been described as "Interplanetary Mountain Music." Twang Darkly features Michael Futreal on Appalachian dulcimer, banjo, gourdtar, guitar, harmonica, flute, and suchlike; Lane Bayliss on drums; and Joel Boultinghouse on the big ol' string bass and electric guitars.

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