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RADIOTHON SPECIAL: ZAPPATHON! Sunday Apr. 14, 12:00 PM - 12:00 AM

Join Mr. Edison and John Tobacco for a wild journey through the mind of Zappa and explore the deepest depths of his art. The Zappathon runs from 12:00 PM to 12:00 AM, Sunday, April 14!

Yup, it's 12 hours of nothing but Zappa! Rarities, b-sides, live cuts, classics, interviews, and GREAT PREMIUMS if you call in with a pledge during the Zappathon.

Tell me you love me and don't eat the yellow snow!

RADIOTHON SPECIAL: Radical Dads, Mad Doctors LIVE on WUSB, Tues. 4/9 10:30 PM

There will be a special WUSB lecture series on Tuesday, April 9, from 10:30 PM to about midnight or so. Radical Dads and Mad Doctors will be playing live from Rm 237 in the Union building, the classroom across from the WUSB studios.

The entire show will  be BROADCAST LIVE.  If you're on campus, feel free to come down and check it out. We promise it will be the best lecture on music you will get at Stony Brook. But if you're not around, just tune in! 

Rock on.. 

Thank You to All of our Radiothon Donors from 2012

Thank you to all our past listeners - many new listeners - and Radiothon volunteers . WUSB is getting ready to mail you the newly designed Mugs along with all the new WUSB Swag.

We have started to receive Gift Certificates from our local restaurant supporters and will also send those out too you as we receive them. There will also be few surprises in your packages so watch in the coming month for your WUSB thank you premium gifts in the mail.

Best Regards,
Isobel , Justine and the whole WUSB Staff

WUSB Volunteer Training Class Will be held this fall Registration is Required-dates and times will be announced on this website

REGISTRATION FOR TRAINING WILL BE POSTED ONLINE SOON

WUSB is staffed by volunteers and we are always looking for more help around the radio station. If you are interested in becoming a part of the best radio station in the world and want to lend more than your listening ears to WUSB register for training to become a WUSB staff volunteer.
You must attend all class sections /meetings and complete all training materials posted online . There is a cost of $35.00 for training materials for non-students. No fees for Stony Brook Students.

Note : To become a DJ for WUSB additional technical training and show Demo is required and will be scheduled after volunteer training is completed.

Students please bring your student ID
and Non-students please bring a copy of a photo ID to the 1st session along with a personal letter of recommendation.

West Campus - Student Union (View Map)
Nicolls Road
Main Entrance
Stony Brook, NY 11794
Phone: (631) 632-6730 Information Desk

Contact Information:
Name: Joe Correa Media Assistant
Phone: 631-632-6828
Email: info@wusb.fm

Admission Information:
$35.00 for Non-students
Free for Stony Brook University Students.
Bring Student Id
Bring Copy of Photo Id
Other Details:
Train to become a WUSB Volunteer , radio DJ, fundraising assistant,events planner,tour host ,promotional assistant , music librarian,sports announcer, news broadcaster,production engineer.

Forget the Snow ! WUSB Sunday Street Acoustic Series at The University Cafe Winter/Spring 2013

Sunday Street Acoustic Series at The University Cafe (co-sponsored by WUSB-FM)
Winter/spring 2013

The Kennedys
(folk/rock duo)
Sunday, January 6, 2 P.M.

Co-bill of Bill Bourne and Catherine MacLellan
(Bluesman and singer/songwriter from Canada)
Sunday, January 20th, 2 P.M.

Wreckless Eric and Amy Rigby
(Duo of British punk legend and American singer/songwriter)
Sunday, February 10th, 2 P.M.

Tracy Grammer with Gathering Time
(Singer/songwriter and vocal/instrumental trio)
Sunday, February 24th, 2 P.M.
(presented in collaboration with The Greater Port Jefferson Arts Council)

Peter Mulvey
(guitarist and singer/songwriter)
Sunday, March 10th, 2 P.M.

Willie Nile
(folk/rock legend)
Sunday, March 24th, 2 P.M.

Darryl Purpose
(singer/songwriter)
Sunday, April 7th, 2 P.M.

Annual Bob Dylan Birthday Celebration
with The Kennedys, Rod MacDonald, Russ Seeger, and others
Saturday, May 18th, 8 P.M.

(information/tickets at www.universitycafe.org)
phone inquiries to 631-632-1093