“All Songs Considered” moves to KYUK

by Shane Iverson on April 8, 2013

KYUK is excited to announce the addition of a new music program to our nightly line-up. “All Songs Considered” will hit the 640 AM airwaves Wednesdays at 9pm starting this week. It’s the perfect show for listeners who want to stay current on the latest music, but don’t have the time.

On the first KYUK airing of All Songs Considered hosts Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton share their favorite new tracks from The 1975, Charles Bradley, Olaf Arnalds, the Jose Gonzales side project Junip, and more.

On the first KYUK airing of All Songs Considered hosts Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton share their favorite new tracks from The 1975, Charles Bradley, Olaf Arnalds, the Jose Gonzales side project Junip, and more.


“All Songs Considered” is NPR’s guide to discovering new music below the radar. Every week, host Bob Boilen and producer Robin Hilton go through hundreds of new cds to find sneak previews of music that’s worth getting excited about, whether it’s the latest Swedish pop band, a hip hop artist going ambient, or a singer-songwriter with a twisted new take on love. Sometimes, artists or critics stop by “All Songs Considered” with their top picks.
LINK: Full KYUK 640 shedule

“All Songs Considered” started as an online show in 2000 after receiving countless letters from listeners who wanted to know more about the music played between stories on NPR’s evening news program.Now “All Songs Considered” has become a destination for artists such as Lily Allen or Bright Eyes to spin their favorite tunes, or musicians such as Wilco, Bjork Sigur Ros or Ben Gibbard webcast their live concerts. It is a show that one week can feature the music of Portugal and the next feature the White Stripes or Andrew Bird.

“All Songs Considered” has a dedicated and growing online audience: Hundreds of thousands listen to All Songs Considered on the web and via podcast every month and the All Songs podcast is consistently ranked the #1 music podcast in iTunes. You can visit “All Songs Considered” online to learn more about weekly episodes.

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