The 1975 play private show for Reagan High School music students

British rockers the 1975 were in town early this week for a two-night run of sold out shows at ACL Live. On Tuesday, the band stopped by radio station KGSR 93.3FM where a group of students from Reagan High School who participate in the Anthropos Arts music mentorship program were treated to a private viewing of a two-song on air set. After the performance the band did a meet and greet with the students.

Alma Gutierrez, 18, hugs Adam Hann before posing for a photo with Hann and Matty Healy of The 1975 after a two song live broadcast on KGSR, for Reagan High School students involved in the Anthropos Arts music mentoring program and special guests on April 18, 2017. (TAMIR KALIFA/ AMERICAN-STATESMAN)

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It’s safe to say the students were excited to be there.

Reagan High School students involved in the Anthropos Arts music mentoring program visit the 103.5 BOB FM radio station studio after being treated to a two-song set by The 1975, who performed at KGSR’s Dell Music Lounge, on April 18, 2017. (TAMIR KALIFA/ AMERICAN-STATESMAN)

The expressions of pure joy on their faces are enough to warm the hardened hearts of radio rock cynics everywhere.

Taylor Kust, 18, and Ritika Manzoor, 17, enjoy The 1975’s special two-song set being broadcasted live from KGSR’s Dell Music Lounge on April 18, 2017. (TAMIR KALIFA/ AMERICAN-STATESMAN)

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Andy Langer, KGSR radio host, introduces Reagan High School students involved in the Anthropos Arts music mentoring program to fellow KGSR host Loris Lowe during a tour of their studios in North Austin on April 18, 2017. (TAMIR KALIFA/ AMERICAN-STATESMAN)


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