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Jeremy’s music is heard just about every hour on TrueFM. He’s got a polished, yet rough-cut edge to his music and is an amazing hit with our listeners.
Amber has an incredible knack for relating her music to the people to listen to it. She lives in Austin and has been known for years in the music scene.
We at TrueFM play a ton of Mike Burns music. And for good reason. He’s an incredible artist. Check him out on TrueFM.
Jay Arseno is one of those guys who is as approachable in-person as his music is to your ears. Give him a listen. You’ll be hooked.
Patrick’s talent is next to impossble to convey in writing. It absolutely must be heard. The man is on fire. His personality and experiences in life shine through in his artistry.
It’s tough to pick between Julie Nolen’s talent on stage and her ability to reach her fans through her music. The woman is incomparable and her music delivers an edge you are hard-pressed to find anywhere else.
John is a pro at wowing an audience with his music and performances on stage. He embraces every lyric and spins it with mastery. You must hear John McDonough on TrueFM.
Stefano is one of TrueFM’s Breakout Artists. He brings a unique style and musical craft which is rarely heard. Stefano definitely has not reached his pinnacle and is beaming with potential.
These ladies bring a style all their own to the Austin music scene. They give portions of their music sales to charities and are active in their push for equality.
This girl’s young and she’s “got it”. Her hits are “I’m Not The One” and “The Bartender Song”, which can be heard at various times a day on TrueFM. Kari K is one of our Breakout Artists.
There’s something de-stressing about listening to Phil Dutra’s music after a long work day. Phil blends thoughtful lyrics into easy melody and it all comes out perfectly. The man has talent, it’s on TrueFM
They are just that. Children. Yet their musical ability is enough to rock your socks. Residual Kid’s members are not old enough to get into the venues they play if they weren’t working.