Record Store Day was created eight years ago to celebrate the over 1400 independent record stores across the U.S. and the music sold in them. KZUM will celebrate one day early, with our Record and Junk Sale!
We've got stacks of used LPs in rock, blues, jazz, folk, country, world and more, plus used CDs, books and assorted equipment. All proceeds from this sale will benefit KZUM.
It's one day only and a perfect warmup for Record Store Day 2015! Be sure to check out exclusive, limited new releases, plus great deals on used music at Lincoln's area record stores.
Backtrack Records (near Cotner & Holdredge) and Lefty's Records (near 27th & South) both open at 7 a.m. on Saturday, April 18, while Recycled Sounds (near 9th & 'O') opens at 10 a.m. Hang on to your receipts and receive a free pint at Zipline Brewing from 1-9 p.m.! They'll also be holding a record swap at the same time, so bring some vinyl you'd like to exchange for something new to you. That's all Saturday, April 18 only—one day after KZUM's Record and Junk Sale.
Thank you for supporting independent business and independent community radio in Lincoln this Record Store Day!
KZUM is proud to again present this summer's free concert series at Lincoln's Stransky Park (17th & Harrison), to run every Thursday from May 14 through July 30!
We're pleased to be growing to 12 concerts in 2015, featuring even more of the best musical talent in our area.
As always, concerts are free, family-friendly events and will run 7-9 p.m. every Thursday throughout the summer. You're encouraged to bring a lawn chair or a blanket to enjoy great entertainment in a beautiful setting.
Be sure to like the KZUM Stransky Park Concerts page on Facebook and stay tuned to KZUM and kZUM.org for updates throughout the season.
We'd like to thank all of the artists, sponsors, volunteers and, most of all, great audience members that helped make last year a huge success. Let's hope for more great weather this year!
See you in the park!
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Have you ever thought about hosting your own radio program? Most of the people you hear on KZUM are dedicated volunteers who want to broaden the kinds of music and conversation available on your radio. They are people who have a passion for music, community involvement, and for going local. Many, if not most, have no prior experience in radio.
Does this sound like you? Do you have a great idea for a new program on KZUM? We'd love to hear about it!
We’re currently accepting applications for new music and talk programs from passionate, energetic and willing volunteers.
Apply now using the online Programmer Application.
KZUM-FM and KZUM-HD has studios and offices located at 3534 S 48th ST, Suite 6.
We have over 100 volunteer programmers keeping our shows broadcasting 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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