King Biscuit - Radio for Concert Lovers, Expertly Curated

King Biscuit Radio

King Biscuit Radio presents the best catalog of live concert recordings available online, made for people who love live music. With hundreds of stations to choose from, we're proud to carry on a tradition begun by The King Biscuit Flower Hour, the groundbreaking rock concert series that began broadcasting in 1973 to listeners on over 300 FM stations in the United States.

We have thousands of live concert recordings in addition to the entire King Biscuit Flower Hour archive. We've spent over 15 years carefully digitizing and restoring live concert recordings from over a dozen archives. You'll hear performances from the Newport Jazz and Folk Festivals from the 1950s; the incredible Fillmore archives from Bill Graham Presents stretching from the 1970s through the 1990s; Silver Eagle radio concerts featuring the best country artists of the 1970s and 1980s; rock from the Capitol Theatres in New York and New Jersey and from New York City's Bottom Line, bluegrass from the Ash Grove in Los Angeles, rock from Boston's Paradise and the Tea Party, and the best of today's artists captured recorded over the last 15 years by our friends at Paste Magazine and Daytrotter.

Live music isn't programmed by algorithm, and neither is King Biscuit. There are no machine algorithms here; our music experts have personally curated our stations to create a listening experience you're sure to enjoy. Unlike some online radio services, you can skip as many songs as you like. Best of all, just like the original King Biscuit Flower Hour, the new King Biscuit Radio is 100% free. With a simple sign up you can save your favorite stations and see which ones you've played previously.

New stations will be launched every week - you can keep up to date with our weekly newsletter. We'd love to hear from you! Send station suggestions, questions and more to us at Enjoy the show!