By Angelo on Sat, 01/10/2015 - 8:59am
Mr. Edison will be interviewing Concetta Abbate this Sunday on Jazz On The Air. Classically trained and comfortable in free improv, pop, classical and any other settings she's in, Concetta releasing her first solo album "Falling In Time", billed as pocket sized songs. We'll be talking about that endeavor, her upcoming recital in Bay Shore and the big benefit for Still Waters In A Storm, a not for profit after school music program for children from low income families living in Bushwick, Brooklyn that is upcoming in February.
By Angelo on Thu, 01/08/2015 - 6:39pm
Tune into Sounds of Film this Thursday at 6PM for an exclusive interview with legendary American Civil Rights leader, Reverend Jesse Jackson. Also on the program is Two-time Academy Award Winning Composer of the Lord of the Rings Trilogy, Howard Shore, who has worked extensively with David Cronenberg, Peter Jackson, Martin Scorsese and Tim Burton.
By Why Anything Radio on Sat, 12/20/2014 - 9:52pm
On Tuesday, December 30th, sub.rad's DJ Ev and Mark from Why Anything Radio bring you The Return of Long Island's own Steve Lieberman, The Gangsta Rabbi. Live on Air and streaming live at http://www.wusb.fm/
This "fearless" "outsider musician" has been compared to Frank Zappa and Wesley Willis, was profiled multiple times in Newsday, has shared the stage with Weezer at Madison Square Garden and opened for such notable acts as Andrew W.K. and The Misfits.
Holding top spots on SoundClick and MP3.com, with a career spanning five decades and more than 60 releases to his name, and being the only heavy metal Orthodox Jewish act ever signed to JDub Records, Steve Lieberman is an undeniable legend and his impact on the music scene has been felt far and wide.
So Join us on Tuesday, December 30th, from 7-9pm when we welcome SLTGR back to the WUSB studios for frank conversation, personal selections from his catalog and a rare live performance. That's Tuesday, December 30th, from 7-9pm right here on 90.1 FM, WUSB, Stony Brook. Also streaming live at http://www.wusb.fm/
SPECIAL THANKS TO FINN OF FINN'S REVOLUTION.
By Music Director on Mon, 03/09/2015 - 12:27am
A Collection of Long Island Local Talent. 8 Bands, 8 Albums, Pay What You Want.
The idea was simple: Gather together 8 of the most talented up and coming local music acts and, through combined forces, put together a showstopper for music fans in the area and beyond. Created by Michael Perlmutter, The Long Island Music Bundle was built to help share and spread local Music. Perlmutter contacted the CEO of Groupees.com, a website specializing in content bundles, and formed a partnership. This distribution method is a first for local music being packaged this way. Music fans can pay what they want (with a small minimum) to receive full length albums from some of the biggest local talent the scene has to offer. The genre spanning compilation includes Heavy Duty Super Ego, Christine Sweeney & the Dirty Stayouts, Rice Cultivation Society and much more. The Bundle is slated for release on the weekend of March 21st and will be available as a digital download for 2 weeks. It will also be paired with a live music performance by many of the bands to be held midway through the release on March 28th at The Velvet Lounge in Setauket. In addition 20% of all proceeds will go to support charity of Community Solidarity, the local chapter of Food Not Bombs.
By Angelo on Thu, 12/11/2014 - 11:39am
Tune into Sounds of Film this Thursday at 6PM for an exclusive interview with the award-winning director of HBO's Regarding Susan Sontag, Nancy Kates. Also on the show is Signe Baumae, who directed the animated festival hit, Rocks in my Pocket.
The Sounds of Film, hosted by Tom Needham, is the nation's longest running film-themed radio show.
The program presents a unique mix of film news, interviews and music, Recent guests include Kurtis Blow, composer Mark Isham, Wendy and Lisa, Jesse Ventura, Dr. Cornel West, Run DMC's Daryl McDaniels, Billy Joel and Peter Fonda