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The Musician Treatment Foundation helps to heal
Community

The Musician Treatment Foundation helps to heal musicians suffering from the kind of repetitive stress injuries that make it harder, if not impossible, to practice their craft, including injuries to the shoulder, elbow and hand. Founded by Dr. O. Alton Barron in October of 2017, the non-profit MTF has already provided more than a million dollars worth of surgical and non-surgical care to area musicians. On the latest episode of the Sun Radio Regional Report, Kevin Connor talks with Dr....

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Saturday, 25 July 2020
The Sun Radio Recharge
Local

“Sun Radio Recharge” COVID-19 relief program is giving Central Texas Musicians and community radio stations nationwide with the opportunity to apply for grants towards paying their electricity bills!   The 501C3 Not for Profit Sun Radio Foundation is now accepting applications for: Sun Radio Recharge for Central Texas Musicians: The foundation has allocated initial funding in the amount of $10,000 for one-time gifts of up to $200 each for Local Austin and San Antonio area musicians and crew members who...

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Tuesday, 26 May 2020
Stay Home: The Video!
Community

A few weeks ago, we started playing “Stay Home,” a timely and topical new tune by Austin’s own Shinyribs. Our afternoon host Mark Murray let his friend (and former KVUE colleague) Brent Annear know about the song. Brent is now with the Texas Medical Association and we introduced him to Kevin Russell of Shinyribs and now there’s a cool new video of “Stay Home.” Watch it, share it, and live it!...

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Tuesday, 14 April 2020
Hello San Marcos, Texas!
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It’s official: Sun Radio can now be heard in San Marcos, Texas at 99.9FM!  We want to thank all of our supporters for helping us expand our coverage throughout Central Texas, without you none of this would be possible.   CLICK HERE TO DONATE...

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Wednesday, 28 December 2016
Future is sunny for KCTI-FM
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By Erik McCowan (The Gonzales Inquirer)- If you have been wandering around the radio lately, you may have noticed something happening left of the dial. There’s music happening, the strains of a dormant and feared forever lost station coming back to life. It’s KCTI, back from the dead. And it will soon find its way back to Gonzales airwaves permanently. “We’ve been on and off the air for a couple of weeks now just testing,” said Sun Radio president and founder...

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Monday, 27 June 2016