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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Content

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Manuscripts

Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

KOHM-FM:

An Inventory of Its Records, 2002-2003, at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library



Descriptive Summary

Creator KOHM-FM (Radio station : Lubbock, Tex.)
Title: KOHM-FM Collection,
Dates: 2002-2003
Abstract: The collection consists of materials pertaining to programs aired on KOHM-FM.
Collection # U 165.2
Quantity: 1 box (1.0 linear feet)
Language English.
Repository: Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Biographical Sketch

KOHM-FM is Texas Tech University's classical music and news station, located at 89.1 on the FM dial. This department is under the direction of the Office of the Provost and is recognized by the Corporation of Public Broadcasting as a fully qualified, professionally staffed public radio station. The station broadcasts 24 hours a day, playing a variety of programs from jazz to classical to news features.

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Scope and Content

The collection consists of video tapes and compact discs from the 2002 Buddy Holly Symposium, the “Not Fade Away” documentary panels in 2001 and 2002, the “Do Re Mi!” Classical music program for children, the Memorial to the space shuttle Columbia, and an interview transcript with Sky Corbin on Waylon Jennings and Buddy Holly.

Three program files of support documentation accompany the audio-visual material.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Open for research

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Index Terms

The subject headings used by the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library are derived from the Library of Congress and/or locally developed.
Subjects (Persons)
Holly, Buddy, 1936-1959
Jennings, Waylon
Corbin, Sky
Subjects (Organizations)
KOHM-FM (Radio station : Lubbock, Tex.)
United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Subjects
Columbia (Spacecraft)--Accidents
Do Re Mi (Radio program)
Radio broadcasting--Texas
Radio broadcasting--Texas--History
Radio broadcasting--Texas--Lubbock
Radio programs--Lubbock (Tex.)

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Related Material

KOHM Records, 1992-1997

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

KOHM-FM Collection, 2002-2003, Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

Gifts, 2002-2003

Processed by

Garrett Abbott and Brenda L. Haes, September 2005

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Collection Inventory

 

Manuscripts

box item
1 1 Buddy Holly Symposium 2002, VHS Tape, Session 2: 9am–10:15am, “Write Me a Few of Your Lines: Pop Music as Cultural History,” August 29, 2002
2 Buddy Holly Symposium 2002, VHS Tape, Session 2: 10:30am-11:45am, “Regional Music in the Country of Texas,” August 29, 2002
3 Buddy Holly Symposium 2002, VHS Tape, Session 3: 2pm–4pm, “WAYLON: A panel in Tribute to Waylon Jennings,” August 29, 2002
4 Buddy Holly Symposium 2002, VHS Tape, Luncheon and Keynote Address: 12pm–2pm, Keynote Address by David Hickey," August 29, 2002
5 Buddy Holly Symposium 2002, VHS Tape, Session 4: 10am-11:15am, “Lubbock Radio Days,” August 30, 2002
6 Buddy Holly Symposium 2002, VHS Tape, Songwriter’s Panel and Luncheon: 12pm – 2pm, “Lubbock Memorial Civic Center Banquet Hall,” August 30, 2002
7 Buddy Holly Symposium 2002, VHS Tape, Session 5: 2:15pm–3:30pm, “Documenting a Life: A Biographers’ Panel,” August 30, 2002
8 Buddy Holly Symposium 2002, VHS Tape, Session 6: 3:45pm–5pm, “Train Kept a-Rollin’: Rockabilly and American Roots Music,” August 30, 2002
9 Not Fade Away Compact Disc, Session 1: “Write Me a Few of Your Lines: Pop Music as Cultural History,” 2002
10 Not Fade Away Compact Disc, Session 2: “Regional Music in the Country of Texas,” 2002
11 Not Fade Away Compact Disc, Luncheon: “Keynote Address by Dave Hickey,” 2002
12 Not Fade Away Compact Disc, Session 3: “WAYLON: A panel in Tribute to Waylon Jennings” (Disk 1 of 2), 2002
13 Not Fade Away Compact Disc, Session 3: “WAYLON: A panel in Tribute to Waylon Jennings” (Disk 2 of 2), 2002
14 Not Fade Away Compact Disc, Session 4: “Lubbock Radio Days,” 2002
15 Not Fade Away Compact Disc, Session 5: “Documenting a Life: A Biographers’ Panel,” 2002
16 Not Fade Away Compact Disc, Session 6: “Train Kept a-Rollin’: Rockabilly and American Roots Music,” 2002
17 Not Fade Away Compact Disc, Songwriters Panel and Luncheon (Disk 1 of 2), 2002
18 Not Fade Away Compact Disc, Songwriters Panel and Luncheon (Disk 2 of 2), 2002
19 Do Re Mi! Compact Disc, Programs 1 and 2, undated
20 Do Re Mi! Compact Disc, Programs 3 and 4, undated
21 Do Re Mi! Compact Disc, Programs 5 and 6, undated
22 Do Re Mi! Compact Disc, Programs 7 and 8, undated
23 Do Re Mi! Compact Disc, Programs 9 and 10, undated
24 Do Re Mi! Compact Disc, Programs 11 and 12, undated
25 Do Re Mi! Compact Disc, Programs 13 and 14, undated
26 Do Re Mi! Compact Disc, Programs 15 and 16, undated
27 Do Re Mi! Compact Disc, Programs 17 and 18, undated
28 Do Re Mi! Compact Disc, Programs 19 and 20, undated
29 Do Re Mi! Compact Disc, Programs 21 and 22, undated
30 Do Re Mi! Compact Disc, Programs 23 and 24, undated
31 Do Re Mi! Compact Disc, Programs 25 and 26, undated
32 Not Fade Away Compact Disc, Session 1: “Standing at the Crossroads: Style in Buddy Holly’s Music,” September 5, 2001
33 Not Fade Away Compact Disc, Session 2: “An Interview with Tommy Hancock: Reflections on Buddy Holly and the West Texas Musical Heritage,” September 5, 2001
34 Not Fade Away Compact Disc, Opening Reception: “Dr. Bruno and the Prophets of Rock” (Disk 1 of 2), September 5, 2001
35 Not Fade Away Compact Disc, Opening Reception: “Dr. Bruno and the Prophets of Rock” (Disk 2 of 2), September 5, 2001
36 Not Fade Away 2001, Compact Disc, Session 3: “The Guitar as Tool and Icon in the Era of Rock and Roll,” September 6, 2001
37 Not Fade Away 2001, Compact Disc, Session 4: “Rock and Roll Noise: A Panel Discussion,” September 6, 2001
38 Not Fade Away 2001, Compact Disc, Session 5: “After Shock: The Post Holly Celebration,” September 6, 2001
39 Not Fade Away Compact Disc, Session 6: “On the Cover of a Rolling Stone," September 6, 2001
40 Not Fade Away Compact Disc: A Songwriter’s Panel, September 6, 2001
41 Not Fade Away Compact Disc: A Songwriter’s Panel (Continuation), September 6, 2001
42 Not Fade Away 2001, Compact Disc, Session 7: “Considering the Source,” September 7, 2001
43 Not Fade Away 2001, Compact Disc, Session 8: “Midnight Shift: Late Night Radio on the South Plains,” September 7, 2001
44 Not Fade Away Compact Disc, Luncheon: “John Mueller with the Prophets of Rock” (Disc A), September 7, 2001
45 Not Fade Away Compact Disc, Luncheon: “Presentations and Keynote Address” (Disc B), September 7, 2001
46 Not Fade Away Compact Disc, Session 9: “Norman Petty and Clovis: The Strum and the Twang,” September 7, 2001
47 Not Fade Away Compact Disc, Session 10: “The Music of Buddy Holly and the Crickets,” September 7, 2001
48 Not Fade Away Compact Disc, Session 10: “The Music of Buddy Holly and the Crickets” (Continuation), September 7, 2001
49 Not Fade Away Compact Disc: “The Flatlanders in Concert (Disc A), September 7, 2001
50 Not Fade Away Compact Disc: “The Flatlanders in Concert (Disc B), September 7, 2001
51 Memorial to Columbia, Texas Tech University, Allen Theater, February 4, 2003
52 Buddy Holly Music Festival and Symposium, 2002
53 Interview: Sky Corbin on Waylon Jennings and Buddy Holly, 2002
54 Memorial to Columbia: A Service to Honor the Crew of STS-107, 2003

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