‘Tune In!’ Archives
Listen in this Wednesday to Art of Peace as host Philip LeVasseur reviews the March 19th Peace March in observance of the 8th anniversary of the Iraq War. Chanting, slogans, on the street interviews and speeches from Arlington West.
“SEX, CLUBS & ROCK ‘N’ ROLL: The History of the CBGB Music Club” – On “Rock It Properly” Tonight! (Sunday, April 3rd)
Of her next broadcast (TONIGHT-April 3rd), DJ Darla Bea says, "Take a Tour of NYC with the Bands that played the dear-departed music club CBGB's. Another Music Lesson brought to you by the School of Rock It Properly and KCSB Community Radio. Get ready to Rock Out!" “Rock It Properly” airs Sundays in the Spring from 8-10pm.
Professor Dick Flacks describes the next broadcast of "Culture of Protest": "In conjunction with the April 4th anniversary of the murder of Martin Luther King, a big labor-based coalition is sponsoring nationwide events supporting the rights of working people and resistance to austerity programs that protect the super-rich and assault the poor. [...]
On Monday, March 28th, from 11am-noon, "The Freak Power Ticket"'s Ted Coe is joined by guest-host Eric Wolff (of "The Green Room," KCSB Sundays in the Winter) in welcoming the San Francisco Bay Area-based "progressive bluegrass" (or "California Americana") group Hot Buttered Rum to Storke Tower for a live in-studio performance. The five-piece [...]
Of her next broadcast (March 27th), DJ Darla Bea says, "This week's lesson is on the Music of Sweden from ABBA to Yngwie Malmsteen (Pop, Hip Hop, Hard Rock). Your weekly dose of the School of Rock on KCSB Community Radio. Get ready to Rock Out!" “Rock It Properly” airs Sundays in the Winter from 8-10pm.
Just Vision: “The Spirit Of Martin Luther King Jr., Honoring the Unsung Heroes” on “Art of Peace” (Wednesday, March 23rd)
Many stirring words were delivered by Martin Luther King Jr. Upon receiving the Nobel Peace Prize, King dedicated the award to the thousands around the world engaged in nonviolent social-change practices. Though often hidden from the public eye, these individuals were directly confronting, in King's words, "the crucial political and moral [...]
Local Flamenco legend Tony Ybarra will be joining host Andy Doerr on "The Roadtunes Sessions," this Tuesday, March 22nd, at 7pm. His sound, encompassing everything from classical to jazz, has been described as melodic, romantic, rhythmic, and sophisticated. It has been featured in documentaries, films, and on TV. Tony will talk about being [...]
Colin Marshall talks to Chaz Bundick, founding member and frontman of the experimental pop project Toro y Moi. Last year, Bundick introduced Toro y Moi to the world with the electronic, relatively sample-heavy solo album Causers of This. Now he darts all the way across the spectrum of the project's sound with Underneath the Pine, a record [...]
There is something in the air: it broke out in Tunisia, then spread to Egypt and many other nations. On Wednesday, March 16th, join "Art of Peace" host Philip Le Vasseur for a dialogue with Penny Little of "People to People" TV and Paul Chappel, Peace Leadership Director for the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, who will speak about the March 19th [...]
Of her next broadcast (March 13th), DJ Darla Bea says, "Another International Music Lesson brought to you by the School of Rock It Properly and KCSB Community Radio. Take a Tour of the Land of Leprechauns and Rockin' Tunes in celebration of St. Patrick's Day (March 17th). Learn with me, Darla Bea this SUNDAY 8-10pm." “Rock It [...]