Will Burney

Producer / On-Air Host

Will Burney is a Texas State Graduate with a Bachelor’s in Mass Communications. He began his career in Houston working as a sound mixer for commercials and films, as well as a photographer. In 2016, he began working in Waco on the Texas Music Cafe handling marketing, editing, and producing feature segments. In his spare time, he enjoys long walks on the beach and his fluffy black cat named Bear. 

Will Burney

Even if the legislature gives educators an across-the-board pay raise, as some leaders have suggested, teachers in many rural districts will still rank far behind their urban and suburban counterparts.


Fiona Bond talks with Carlos Colon and Lori Baker about how the arts can be a toolkit to help in all of life's endeavors.


This week, Doreen Ravenscroft talks with host Rae Jefferson about the upcoming Waco Cultural Arts festival.

Rebecca Hagman stops by the studio to talk with Rae Jefferson about the Banksy exhibit thats coming to Waco. 


Rae Jefferson talks with the conductor Stephen Heyde about his role in the Baylor Symphony as well as the Waco Symphony. 


Rae Jefferson talks with Carl Hoover, arts and entertainment editor at the Waco Tribune Herald. 


Susan Taylor joins Rae Jefferson to discuss what it means to be the executive director of the Waco Symphony and what is in store for the new season. 


Host Rae Jefferson talks with Ashley Brooks, co-founder of Goodvibes, and we'll learn about the Artprenticeship program with Stefanie Wheat-Johnson and Naydia Bennet.

H0st Rae Jefferson talks with Sophia Strother who is the coordinator of this year's Juneteenth Celebration in Waco. 


This church choir from Scotch Plains, NJ, delivers a rollicking version of the gospel standard, "I'm On My Way to Heaven."


In this episode of Conversations with Creative Waco host Rae Jefferson speaks with Eric Shephard, executive director of the Waco Civic Theatre, about his work in Killeen. Also, David Smith hosts a new segment on the show called David and Art. 


Fiona Bond talks about the importance of public art with host Rae Jefferson and Doreen Ravenscroft discusses Art On Elm. 


Host Rae Jefferson talks with Meg Gilbert from the Art Center of Waco, and Fiona Bond talks about What Works. 


Fiona Bond is back to help you find ways to engage with the art community in Waco and Louis Hunter talks about the Deep in the Heart Film Festival. 


Host Rae Jefferson talks with Rebekah Hagman about Cultivate 712 and Fiona Bond is hear to tell you all about Creative Waco and the what the organization does for the arts.


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