E-Town

etown-smYou can hear E Town on The River every Sunday at 8am.

E Town is an exciting weekly program that features performances from many of today’s top musical artists (like Joe Jackson and Sarah McLachlan above) as well as conversation and information about the world around us (like with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. above).  The show started in Boulder, Colorado in 1991 with a mission to educate, entertain and inspire a diverse audience, through music and conversation, to create a socially responsible and environmentally sustainable world.

To find out the E Town broadcast schedule and upcoming artist/musician lineup, please click here.  

E Town is also a great live event!  E Town is an entertaining, informative and downright inspiring live show.  Most shows are taped in their hometown of Boulder but they also head out on the road!  To see E Town’s upcoming show taping schedule and perhaps be in their live audience, please click here.

And E Town is a community builder.  By featuring diverse music and interviews with a wide variety of authors, poets and policy-makers, E Town creates a constantly expanding “community on the air.”  With the addition of the inspiring E-Chievement Awards, listeners all over the country are reminded that individual efforts really do make a difference.  E Town is a place where respect for each other and our natural environment go hand in hand.

For more information on E Town, visit etown.org


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