‘Tune In!’ Archives
“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 [...]
Of her next broadcast (June 19th), DJ Darla Bea says, "You say it's your Birthday? Well Happy Birthday to you!! Celebrating Paul McCartney's 69th Birthday with his Solo Work, Trivia, Covers, Humor, Influences, Wings, and of course Beatlemania and MORE... Class is in Session! Get ready to Rock Out!" “Rock It Properly” airs Sundays [...]
Tune in Monday, June 20, 2011, 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.! Santa Barbara Lectures presents author, attorney, and adviser to Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, Eva Golinger. She discusses the Bolivarian project for participatory democracy in Venezuela that occurred through the empowerment of the country's poor majority during the last decade. Golinger was [...]
“Culture of Protest” host Prof. Dick Flacks says of tonight’s broadcast (Thursday, June 16th): "To commemorate father's day a montage of songs by sons and daughters about their fathers and vice versa-- featuring songs exploring how class struggles and family struggles are intertwined." “Culture of Protest” airs Thursdays in the [...]
On Friday night at 1159pm , Mr. Comedy takes over "The Hip-Hop Sampler" with Hip-Hop Comedy. Call it urban, call it black, but most importantly call it funny. This show features some of the best comedy you will hear. Listen to Chris Rock try to defend rap music. Hear Katt Williams talked about something funny that I haven't decided on yet. [...]
Coming up live in the studio the Dan Grimm Band on the Roadtunes Sessions with host Andy Doerr, Tuesday, June 14, 7-830pm. The Dan Grimm Band brings a unique Flip Floppytonk sound blending vintage guitar rock with California country, folk, and progressive storytelling. Hints of Tom Petty, Black Crowes, and Blind Faith influences can be heard [...]
Of her next broadcast (June 12th), DJ Darla Bea says, "Class is in Session! It's going to feel like Carnaval in the KCSB Studios this SUNDAY from 8-10pm with another lesson from The School of 'Rock It Properly.' Learn the who the real girl from Ipanema was, why Carmen Miranda went bananas, and all of the various musical genres associated with [...]
Tune in Monday, June 13, 2011, 8 to 9 a.m.: university student affairs expert Larry Roper on KCSB's Santa Barbara Lectures series. This is a presentation of the KCSB News and Public Affairs Department.