‘Tune In!’ Archives
Join host Andy Doerr on "The Roadtunes Sessions," tonight, Tuesday, July 5th at 7pm. Kalinka, based in the Santa Barbara area, is among the liveliest bands on California’s Central Coast, playing a blend of Jewish klezmer tunes, popular gypsy tunes, vintage jazz, French café music, Fellini film scores, and Eastern European melodies. Their [...]
Of her next broadcast (SUNDAY July 3rd), DJ Darla Bea says, “On this week’s edition of ‘Rock It Properly’: I Pledge of Allegiance to the Band... Join me, Darla Bea, as I host a Patriotic Party on the Airwaves to celebrate 4th of July Weekend! Call 805-893-2424: For Requests, Questions, Ticket Giveaways. And Get ready to Rock [...]
Independent fellows that they are, Frank and George can't help but want to say "Hey, babe, it's the 4th of July" on their show this week. Of thee icing, as it were, and the program will cook up a delicious rich cake of Americana confections, so tune on in.
At 8:30 following news, Carrie Burrgraf research assistant at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs discusses the movement against genetically modified organisms in Peru with Avery Gordon and Elizabeth Robinson. In the second hour, awarding winning documentarian ('Gaza Strip', 'Iraq in Fragments') James Longley reports on Pakistan where he has been [...]
Of her next broadcast (June 26th), DJ Darla Bea says, “SHOUT-OUT! 'Rock It Properly' honors the spirit of the Solstice Celebration, founded by artist Michael Gonzales, with a 'Party on the Airwaves': Celebrate Queer Artists this week in honor of the Anniversary of the Stonewall Riots and Gay Pride Month. Featuring Hip Hop, Glam Rock, [...]
This June marks the 40th Anniversary of the musical film, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, starring Gene Wilder. Based on Roald Dahl's book, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Willy Wonka's protagonist is Charlie Bucket, a poor paperboy living with his widowed mother and four bedridden grandparents in a tiny home in a vaguely European [...]
Tune in Monday, June 27, 8 a.m., for SB Lectures. International economist and former Goldman Sachs executive Dambisa Moyo discusses How the West Was Lost: Fifty Years of Economic Folly – And the Stark Choices Ahead. Moyo was brought to UCSB by the Arts & Lectures program; Santa Barbara Lectures is a presentation of the KCSB News and Public [...]
“Lies” on Wednesday: Cornetist Bohumir Kryl, Free Music Archive, & UCSB’s Cylinder Preservation & Digitization Project (6-8am)
Burdt will talk about Bohumir Kryl, virtuoso cornetist of yesterday, the Free Music Archive, and UCSB's Cylinder Preservation and Digitization Project's blog he's helping curate on the next episode of LIES, broadcasting live from 6-8am on Wednesday mornings.
Just a couple days down the road from Father's Day, The Roadtunes Sessions presents the sons of John McEuen of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and rock, country, and blues great Leon Russell, live on the air (between 7-10pm). Jonathan McEuen and Teddy Jack will play SOhO on Wednesday, June 22, a performance billed "Mmmerican Music." Host Andy [...]
Guest Host Randall Sena (Millions & Le Petit Protest) Presents “The Dream Power Radio Hour” on “The Freak Power Ticket” (Monday, 11am-Noon)
On Monday, June 20th, from 11am-noon, Ted Coe, producer/host of "The Freak Power Ticket," invites guest host Randall Sena (Millions & Le Petit Protest, from Lompoc) live in-studio to present a new version of the inventive "Dream Power Radio Hour," Sena's occasional radio program/podcast. Sena's new band Millions returns to Muddy Waters Cafe [...]