These subscription databases can be used remotely with an active Round Rock Public Library Card. Members of the public without library cards are welcome to use these resources on the public computers inside the library.
Freegal Music is a free music service from your library. All you need is your library card number and PIN. Freegal Music offers access to over 16 million songs, including Sony Music’s catalog of legendary artists. In total the collection is comprised of music from over 40,000+ labels with music that originates in over 100 countries. Stream up to 3 hours of music daily and download up to 5 songs each week – yours to keep for your personal use.
Need help? Check out Freegal’s FAQs.
Contains recordings ranging from alternative news programming, to concert recordings, to Old Time Radio shows, to book and poetry readings, and more.
An interactive library of high-quality, legal audio downloads from WFMU radio.
Compiles music bloggers and the music they write about. Listen for free or pay to download.
An online public library of live recordings available for royalty-free, no-cost public downloads.
Historical Recordings from the Library of Congress.
Radio and Music Streaming
NPR’s Alternative Latino stream.
KUT’s all music station streamed.
A music discovery service that gives you personalized recommendations based on the music you like.
Streamed music from NPR and public radio stations.
Create personalized radio stations based on your favorite songs, artists, and genres.
A site where you can sign up to explore a large community of artists, bands, podcasters, and creators of music and audio.
A digital music service that gives you access to millions of songs.
Highly customizable and expandable media player.
Manage, tag, and organize your music collection.
Supports podcasts, web radio stations and SoundCloud integration
Mac music player supporting Hi-Res audio and 5.1 audio playback.
The City of Round Rock brings you Music on Main Street, a free music series on the Prete Main Street Plaza stage, 221 E. Main Street, from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesdays from March through May. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and the entire family.
Established in 2002 to provide an opportunity for non-professional adult musicians and talented students to perform in a dedicated orchestra environment.