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All Screwed Up Radio – Coffee Break

Join Howell every weekday from 11am-?pm on All Screwed Up Radio's every weekday Coffee Break. We leave it open cause this is Howell and sometimes he just needs his room to rock out and keep things going. He'll keep you entertained for at least an hour and if you encourage him, longer. Tune in weekdays […]

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Side B Radio

Every Wednesday Night you can join Stephanie on Side B Radio in the chat room and she brings you the best of the 90s and is also known to dip into a theme night or two also! Talk about the memories from the music and catch up on what those artists are still out there […]

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the icehouse

the icehouse where you never know what you're going to get. Could be a focus on new rock and roll. Could be a focus on a theme night like Seventies or Eighties songs and favorites from those times. What you can be sure of is a great 2+ hours of solid rock and roll worth […]

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Welcome to Renegade Radio

since our inception somewhere around 2002, renegaderadio.net has been about what you don’t hear on the radio. those of us who started this trip and have come and gone over the years were all about music you just can’t hear anywhere else. we’d be out in the scene and hear some incredible stuff and think “any day this will be on FM”.

you see, FM was relevant back then.

but like reel to reel tapes, 8 tracks, am, and the CD, FM really has drifted from relevance. napster in this time has come and gone and song sharing had morphed into the culture overall. we’ve seen a lot of amazing things at renegade and even helped drive a few. but there has always been one constant in that regardless of the medium, the best of the best found it’s way to the top.

it’s defining “best of the best” that gets confusing.

Renegade Featured Video

Shock Tu reunion at Gas Monkey Live
Video Courtesy of Lee Russell

Shock Tu Reunion at Gas Monkey Live

Renegade Radio Up and Coming Bands


“JIBE was poised to be one of if not the biggest band to ever break out of the DFW music scene and take the national spotlight, at lea [...]

Blacktop Mojo

`Seamlessly blending melody with adrenaline fueled, heavy rock and roll, Blacktop Mojo draws in everyone from old metal heads to people who’s radio [...]

Dark Avenue

Sometimes things catch fire. Just ask Dark Avenue. Originally formed as a side project to the Dallas/Fort Worth heavyweight Pistol Whippin Ike, three [...]


MESSER formed in 2009 in Dallas Texas and quickly found a fan base in the Deep Ellum music scene. It wasn't long before many regional and national to [...]

Featured Interview –


Jessica Kuyawa interviews Michael Sweet just before God Damn Evil, featuring Lost and The Cross released. Check out what Michael has to say about some of the more intense songs on the release as well as just how the release got its name.

Bad Wolves, Nothing More, Breaking Benjamin and Five Finger Death Punch

Starplex Pavilion, Dallas

I have to think many people are a lot like me. We hear what’s on the radio for the most part and think what we hear represents the bands style and sound. To say that is not always the case is of course an understatement but rarely has it ever been so true than for the band who opened up for The Five Finger Death Punch Tour that also had Breaking Benjamin and Nothing More. I’m referring of course to Bad Wolves. (more)