Hosted by Art Levy
Every week we invite our favorite musicians and music lovers to play whatever they want to play. We call it: My KUTX.
Tim League graduated from Rice University in 1992 with degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Art/Art History. After a two-year stint at Shell Oil in Bakersfield, California, Tim left the engineering profession and opened up his first movie theater, the Tejon Theater, in east Bakersfield. When that theater closed after a short run in 1995, he and his wife Karrie loaded a truck with 200 seats, a projector, screen, and speakers and headed to Austin, Texas. They founded Alamo Drafthouse in 1997, where as Executive Chairmain League remains committed to providing creative programming and a zero tolerance policy for disruption during the theater experience. League also co-founded Fantastic Fest, the largest genre film festival in the United States, and NEON, the newest powerhouse in US Film Distribution with titles such as COLOSSAL, I, TONYA, and PARASITE.
Art Levy is a producer, host, and writer at KUTX 98.9. Since 2014, he’s produced the weekly guest DJ show ‘My KUTX.’ He also co-launched and co-produces KUTX’s electronic show ‘Soundfounder’ and produces KUTX’s promos and station imaging. Before starting at KUTX in 2013, Art was a producer and writer for KUT’s award-winning music journalism unit ‘Texas Music Matters.’ He’s a frequent contributor to NPR Music’s new music blog, #NowPlaying.