‘Tune In!’ Archives
Elvin Bishop on “Bluesland” tonight at 8:45 PM talking about his music and appearance at The Cajun Creole Music Festival
Tonight at 8:45 musician Elvin Bishop will be talking about his music and his appearance at The Cajun Creole Music Festival in Simi Valley May 29 and 30. Elvin has a long history of supporting the blues having played with The Paul Butterfield Blues Band and his own band. Tune and enjoy. "Bluesland" airs every Thursday at 8:45 PM.
"Afrikan Kaleidoscope" (Sundays 5-6pm) announces its May schedule of topics and guests, below: May 16th 2010 ART AND THE SINGLE MOTHER: Meet Janet Roberts, a four-time cancer survivor, and a woman who raised 3 successful daughters while fulfilling her deep calling as an artist and maintaining her connection to the spiritual energy. Choosing [...]
A conversation with Creative Nonfiction editor Lee Gutkind on The Marketplace of Ideas this Thursday
This week on The Marketplace of Ideas, Colin Marshall talks to Lee Gutkind, founder and editor of Creative Nonfiction, the premiere journal of the eponymous genre of writing that combines the literary techniques of fiction with the reality of life itself. With its spring 2010 issue, it's undergone a radical revision in look, feel and sensibility, [...]
Listen in as "Art of Peace" host Philip LeVasseur interviews filmmaker Mark Manning about building relationships for a peaceful future. Manning will appear at UCSB's Multi-Cultural Center on May 9th as part of the The Iraq Peace & Reconciliation College Tour where a live video-conference will be conducted between students at University of [...]
A conversation about dissolving form and genre borders with David Shields on The Marketplace of Ideas this Thursday
This week on The Marketplace of Ideas, Colin Marshall talks to David Shields, professor of English at the University of Washington and author of fiction, nonfiction and various hybrids thereof about sports, autobiography, celebrity and death. His new book, Reality Hunger: A Manifesto, uses collage writing to challenge preconceived ideas about form [...]
Of her next broadcast (May 2nd), DJ Darla Bea says, “On this week’s edition of ‘Rock It Properly', you'll be hearing double as we get a lesson in Musical Plagiarism and Sampling. Learn about the original songs and then the copycats who were involved in major lawsuits. -What Disco song inspired a Roller Skating Hip Hop [...]
Conversations with the creators of UCSB Primavera 2010′s closing concert RedBlack on The Marketplace of Ideas this Thursday
This week on The Marketplace of Ideas, Colin Marshall talks to two of the creators of RedBlack, the avant-garde concert event that caps off Primavera 2010, UCSB's festival of contemporary arts and digital media. The free performance, whose doors open at the UCen Hub at 8:30 p.m. on Friday, April 30, presents new compositions of "crushed [...]
Thursday on “Bluesland” Randy Chortkoff , musician and producer, will be discussing the Cajun Creole Music Festival.
Thursday April 21st at 8:45 on "Bluesland" Randy Chortkoff, musician and producer, will be coming on the blues hot line to discuss the 5th Annual Delta Groove All Star Blues Revue May 29-30 at Rancho Santa Susanna Park. We will talk about the artists being featured, the venue, and other information.
Cecilia Rodriguez, the executive director of Child Abuse Listening and Mediation (CALM) in Santa Barbara was on the program this morning as part of her organization’s efforts to raise awareness during National Child Abuse Prevention month in April. CALM was started in 1969 by a local nurse who ordered a second phone line and posted a classified [...]
This week on The Marketplace of Ideas, Colin Marshall talks to musicologist, writer, microtonal composer and educator Kyle Gann, author of No Such Thing as Silence: John Cage's 4'33". The former new music critic at the Village Voice, Gann turns his eye and ear in the book to Cage's most well-known composition, four minutes and 33 seconds in which [...]