I've been listening to Clasical KVNO in Omaha since I got to Offutt AFB in 1985. Now, with the Internet I can go to sleep each night listening using their app. Or at any other time I want to listen to good music.
Radio Listening (including station streams)
I can only say, they program a VERY eclectic mix. Found this station from Fran Blanche's YouTube channel. You've been advised.
Found this from reading an article in the "Hometown" newpaper, The Virginian-Pilot. The parent public broadcasting station, WHRO, was a station I started watching when we were kids in the 1960s. Quite a variety of music in their playlists.
I first started listening to HOS back around 1985 just after I got to Offutt AFB. It was a weekly Sunday evening show running on KIOS-FM, Omaha Public Radio. I've had an account for years now, but it looks as if they are still running the program on Sundays. It's hard to state some particular piece of music that I heard first on HOS and then sometimes a decade or more before it was "discovered". Can't say that everything that's played is a favorite but it's still worth listening to because you never know what might be around that next corner.
You can get started with a free account, limited use, listening on-line or use their app. Beyond that is a paywall at various rates.
As they write
Our vision is to preserve and promote the Authentic American Cowboy way of life through its music, poetry and stories on air and online in a clean, family friendly format.The Cowboy Way!"
Western Swing And Other Things; Dodge City, KS [Various Stations including KJAG above]
In addition, Archived shows may be listened to here.