Posts Tagged ‘KCSB-FM’
KCSB-FM & UCSB’s MCC Debut “HELLO WORLD! Free Isla Vista Concert” with Chicano Batman, mexico68, & Los Macuanos (Saturday, October 25)
In the wake of a trying school year, both KCSB-FM 91.9 and UC Santa Barbara’s MultiCultural Center found a new resolve to expand their creative involvement in Isla Vista, the densely-populated community adjacent to the UCSB campus. Hello World! Concert Ad (Image by Ben Ciccati) - CLICK TO ENLARGE Building on existing efforts to [...]
KCSB-FM & the 6th Annual New Noise Music Conference & Festival Present CLOUD NOTHINGS (Tonight!), NICK WATERHOUSE (Friday, 10/17), & More!
KCSB-FM 91.9 is a media supporter of the 6th Annual New Noise Music Conference & Festival, October 15th-19th, 2014. What's more, KCSB is hosting two acts at the Fest! KCSB-FM Presents Cloud Nothings (Tonight, 10/16) - CLICK TO ENLARGE This evening, Thursday, October 16th, KCSB presents indie rockers Cloud Nothings, live in concert at [...]
KCSB-FM Co-hosts Two Nights with Baseball & Pop Culture Writer DAN EPSTEIN (Friday, 10/10 UCSB, Saturday, 10/11 Granada Books) – FREE!
On Friday, October 10th, and Saturday, October 11th, KCSB-FM 91.9 / KCSB Sports and Granada Books: A Community Bookstore present two free talks by Dan Epstein, Rolling Stone’s regular baseball columnist and author of Stars & Strikes: Baseball and America in the Bicentennial Summer of '76. STARS AND STRIKES Cover (Thomas Dunne Books [...]
KCSB T-Shirt Design Contest Flier - CLICK TO ENLARGE It's time again for friends of KCSB-FM to create our 2014-15 t-shirt! We are accepting design submissions now through our NEW EXTENDED deadline of Monday October 6th Friday, October 3rd. ANYONE can participate, and the winner will be awarded a cash prize of $250. A jury of KCSB's [...]
Technicolor Hearts is a duo that “combines… dreamy psych pop… with arts and crafts rock, orchestral and synth layering, raw folk and storybook rhyme” Technicolor Hearts' Naomie Cherie & Joseph Salazar (Photo by Elizabeth Ray). Based in Austin, Texas, multi-instrumentalist Joseph Salazar and vocalist/violinist Naomie Cherie (a [...]
KEY PLAYERS: Rock ‘n’ Roll’s Top Keyboardists & Piano/Organ Players of All Time on ROCK IT PROPERLY (Sunday, August 17)
Of her next broadcast (Sunday, August 17), DJ Darla Bea writes: “PLAY ON PLAYER! Adam Rasmussen & Chris Lynch of gardens & villa (courtesy photo). Class is in Session! Santa Barbara’s School of Rock counts down the Top Keyboardists in Rock 'n' Roll History. Take note and hear: Billy Preston, Ray Manzarek, Adam Rasmussen of [...]
Rodrigo Amarante - Photograph by Eliot Lee Hazel (Courtesy Image). - CLICK TO ENLARGE On Friday, July 11th, from 12noon-1pm PDT, Brazilian musician Rodrigo Amarante will appear live from Studio A on “Future Daze,” performing and sharing stories over the course of the hour. His well-received debut solo album, Cavalo, was released this [...]
Of her next broadcast (Sunday, April 27th), DJ Darla Bea writes: The sun sets over the main stage at Coachella April 2011. Photo by Jameyhopkins. "Did you miss both weekends of the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival 2014? Listen up to Rock It Properly tonight for a musical field trip to Indio, California, and a profile of the event [...]
Melinda St. Louis, Director of Public Citizen's International Campaigns joined Elizabeth Robinson to discuss the impact of NAFTA 20 years on as well as its impact moving forward, including the looming Trans Pacific Partnership. Then, Jeff Cohen of FAIR and RootsAction considers the implications Jeff Bezos' purchase of the Washington Post for [...]
Ishmael Beah again writes about his country, Sierra Leone, this time in a post-war fictional account. He spoke with Elizabeth Robinson about the impact of war and the necessity of rebuilding communities in the direst of circumstances. He will be speaking at UCSB on March 10, an Arts and Lectures even. Ishmael Beah NoAlibis 030514