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Jody Denberg Signs Off of KGSR
Longtime local DJ leaves his KGSR post after 19 years
DAILY Music  November 13, 2009, by Austin Powell
"...Jody Denberg, the voice and vision of 1017.1 KGSR, is leaving his position as Content Manager and On-air host after 19 years. “I have promised myself one year without doing any work,” Denberg said in an official release..."

John Lennon’s 75th Birthday
Local Beatles maniac Jody Denberg blows out some candles
DAILY Music  October 9, 2015, by William Harries Graham
"...Austin’s Stephen Doster thus leads his #9 Orchestra in celebrating its 25th annual tribute to the late Beatle. From 2:30-4pm, Jody Denberg hosts an on-air tribute for KUTX 98.9 anchored by the #9 Orchestra..."

Instant Karma
Jody Denberg celebrates John Lennon's 70th birthday
DAILY Music  October 15, 2010, by Austin Powell
"...Jody Denberg might’ve signed off the airwaves, but he’s had no trouble finding work. The local deejay interviewed Sir Paul McCartney in July for the electronic press kit accompanying the Band on the Run deluxe reissue, followed the subsequent month by Yoko Ono for the massive studio campaign that accompanied John Lennon’s 70th birthday last Saturday...."

Managed Health Care
The SIMS Foundation helps local musicians, and finally, itself.
Music Story  November 29, 2002, by Andy Langer
"...From the smiles and oversized check, you'd think they just won the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes. Such is the scene every March at the Austin Music Awards, when KGSR's Jody Denberg and Peyton Wimmer pose for their annual photo-op..."

The Golf Cart Story
The oral history of the Great Chronicle Lakeway Golf Cart Raid
Features Story  September 7, 2001, by Jordan Smith
"...Jody Denberg: The Chronicle had these annual parties where they'd rent these houses out by that lake, and we'd all go out there. There'd always be lots of food and drink..."

Chapter 1: Before the Beginning
The Austin Chronicle is founded and struggles quite a bit.
Features Story  September 7, 2001
"...This includes Jeff Whittington and Sarah Whistler meeting Barbaro, Black, Lowry, and subsequently Joe Dishner, which lead directly to the Chronicle. Other folks who passed through the Texan include but are not limited to Steve Davis, Jay Trachtenberg, Marge Baumgarten, Sylvia Bravo Martindale, Karen Hurley, Cindy Widner, Brent Grulke, Jody Denberg, and Mark McKinnon, among others.Sylvia Bravo Martindale One of the earliest meetings for forming the Chronicle took place in The Daily Texan's coffee break room..."

The Little Station That Could
Austin's AAA station KGSR and its market ascendance.
Music Story  December 22, 2000, by Michael Bertin
"...Finding someone to say something negative about Jody Denberg proves to be next to impossible. One person said he eats too much sushi..."

Page Two: Masters and Commanders
Meditations on moving forces
Columns  December 11, 2009, by Louis Black
"...Jody Denberg has left KGSR, both as program director and as a deejay. I was going to write "retired" from KGSR, but Denberg is way too young for that word to feel comfortable, and the parting was far more amiable than the word "resigned" would imply..."

2014-15 Austin Music Awards
PHOTO GALLERY  March 19, 2015
"...KUTX host Jody Denberg giving the award for Best Keys to Ian McLagan’s son Lee..."

Here Comes the Nice
Small Face Ronnie Lane's tenure in Austin is preserved on Live in Austin.
Music Story  December 8, 2000, by Christopher Gray
"...While They're Asleep), the Faces achieved a degree of success the Small Faces did not, albeit more in the live arena than on the charts. Among their young Yank fans were future Austinites Jody Denberg, Ed Mayberry, Kent Benjamin, and Alejandro Escovedo..."

Off the Record
Can you hear me now? Local musicians and OTR get some much needed hearing aid while Jody Denberg signs off from KGSR.
Music Column  November 20, 2009, by Austin Powell
"...Stepping out of the studio booth at KGSR on Monday night, Jody Denberg looked exhausted but relieved. Last Friday, the veteran local deejay announced his resignation after 19 years as the station's voice and vision, effective after KGSR's annual anniversary show Dec..."

This Magic Moment
15 Years of the Austin Music Awards
Music Story  March 7, 1997, by Andy Langer
"...Unfortunately for historians, it seems as though most of the big winners and performers from the early years had too good a time at the Awards show, and don't remember many specifics about the shows they attended. For those that do remember bits and pieces, however, it's almost as if they were in collusion when they use the word "magic" to describe some of the more memorable moments in the show's history: a surprise set by Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, two Roky Erickson experiences, Jody Denberg's unlikely jam with the True Believers, the unveiling of Gibby Haynes' and Johnny Depp's P, and Kris McKay's Too Many Girls...."

No Name #1, Austin: A Celebration of the Life and Music of Elliott Smith
August 9, 2013. 22 photos.
PHOTO GALLERY  August 13, 2013
"...9 at the Scottish Rite Theater to celebrate the late singer-songwriter, in the third of four benefit concerts held around the country. (Other shows took place in Portland, Los Angeles, and New York.) The Austin show, hosted by Jody Denberg, benefited the SIMS Foundation, which provides mental health and addiction recovery services for Austin musicians...."

Off the Record
Casting the annual ballot for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and paying tribute to poster artist extraordinaire Bill Narum
Music Column  November 27, 2009, by Austin Powell
"...The day after Jody Denberg hosted his last Sunday specialty show on KGSR, Lyle Lovett stopped by the studio for an intimate tribute to the cornerstone local deejay who, as discussed here last week, is signing off the air following the station's anniversary party Dec. 5..."

Dancing About Architecture
Checking up on SIMS and their $216K, checking in on Lyle Lovett's broken leg, and Tyler Harwood checks out of the Zulu as Kono and the Peenbeets.
Music Column  April 5, 2002, by Ken Lieck
"...I had hoped in this week's column to address the matter of the Services Invested in Musicians' Support (SIMS) Foundation not returning people's phone calls, as was claimed by a letter writer in last week's Chronicle "Postmarks." Unfortunately, SIMS Executive Director Peyton Wimmer didn't return my calls. However, KGSR's Jody Denberg did, saying he had the utmost confidence in the local nonprofit, which provides free mental health services for local musicians..."

SXSW News: Thursday
Music Story  March 17, 2000, by Ken Lieck
"...Either way, Gary Floyd has promised that Black Kali Ma will be joined at some point by Randy "Biscuit" Turner, and when's the last time you saw one of the Big Boys and one of the Dicks dueting?... Friday, Austin radio mainstay Jody Denberg is slated to interview Neil Young for the forthcoming premiere of his new album Silver and Gold, a collection of new studio recordings in the acoustic mode of Harvest Moon..."

Page Two: Brain Wash
Coming to terms with conspiracy theorists, with some help from Loudon Wainwright III
Columns  June 29, 2007, by Louis Black
"...Thinking about Wainwright, I consciously chose not to concentrate on the time that he was in town to do a show many years ago. I ran into Jody Denberg with him at the Driskill, if memory serves, and he introduced me to the singer-songwriter..."

Living on the Air in Austin
Live Music Flourishes in the Studio
Music Story  April 10, 1998, by Greg Beets
"...KGSR Program Director Jody Denberg has had national and local artists playing on the air ever since the station signed earlier this decade. Sarah McLachlan, Richard Thompson, Los Lobos, Lou Reed, and Son Volt are just a few of the luminaries whose performances have appeared on the Broadcasts series...."

See Hear Yoko
Yoko Ono in pictures
Music Story  May 28, 2015, by Neph Basedow
"...See Hear Yokoby Bob Gruen & Jody Denberg Harper, 192 pp., $39.99..."

Off the Record
Sad Days, Lonely Nights: Visiting the Sahara Lounge and The Jon Dee & Friend Show
Music Column  August 12, 2011, by Austin Powell
"...Now that radio is all but dead, seminal disc jockeys are being honored with "On the Air: Rock and Roll Radio," a new exhibit at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum that features Austin's own Jody Denberg. An interactive kiosk displays Denberg's bio and a minutelong medley of his hand-picked greatest hits...."

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