Texas Rebel Radio

About Us

Hill Country Broadcasting

This small family owned broadcast company owns the first radio station to broadcast in the Texas Hill Country. We are also the only radio station in Texas to fight the Federal Communications Commission to the steps of the Supreme Court for the right to become a 1000 watt AM station and serve all the little towns of Central Texas.    

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Our studios are located in Fredericksburg but all our stations are for the people located in the Texas Hill Country area and listened to everywhere with our internet broadcasting. Texas Rebel Radio is a non-genre specific fiercely independent station that plays signed and unsigned Texas artists. We haven’t stopped fighting to bring our listeners the best.

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We defy the rules of Radio and keep you listening to the real deal rebel artists that range from; Willie Nelson to Marcia Ball, and keeping it fresh with new Texas artists every week.

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2 comments

  1. Been away from Texas for three years, will be coming back that way in 2015. Your station is AWESOME

  2. Your station, in the past 20 years, has intermittent bursts of awesomeness. That is, you’re super when I can receive you. In days past, I could hear you driving all the way from Austin to Boerne down 290 to 281 to 46. Somewhere between Johnson City and Fredericksburg on a cold December night, I first heard Robert Earl’s Merry Christmas from the Family. It blew me away, as John Andrew Parks’ Planet Texas still does. And so many other songs not heard anywhere else.

    At some point, a top-10 CW station out of Victoria staring coming in over the top of you on 107.9. Then it seemed like you disappeared altogether. Now all I hear is some Spanish station on my hilltop in outside of Boerne. I don’t know where you’re signal is landing but it must be a very small footprint. KFAN has been mush for a long time here in Kendall County.

    So where did your signal go? Tower fall down? Birds build a nest in the transmitter? What will it take to restore your former glory? Have you got a “Save the Tower” fund? I’ll gladly chip in some $$ for transmitter improvements! Please come back!

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