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WUSB'S Sunday Street Series: Upcoming shows

The series moves to the Gillespie Room at The Long Island Museum (1200 Route 25A) in Stony Brook

The Paul McKenna Band

Sunday, March 20th, 3 P.M.

The New York Times calls them "the best folk band to have come out of Scotland in the last twenty years." This five man ensemble has been captivating audiences throughout the USA, Canada and Europe with their exciting sound and a contemporary approach to songs both traditional and original. They celebrate their 10th anniversary with a US tour that brings them to the Sunday Street Series at the Long Island Museum and with a new album which they will showcase at this performance. (www.paulmckennaband.com)

Advance sale now for $ 17 at www.sundaystreet.org with tickets at the door for $ 22  (cash only at the door)

All ages admitted with a special student ticket rate (to age 18) for $10 for this show.

Museum admission is not required for attending the show. LIM members purchasing tickets receive reserved seating. Museum membership information at this link: http://longislandmuseum.org/support/membership/

All shows take place in the Gillespie Room at the Long Island Museum, 1200 Route 25A in Stony Brook.

Future shows (information and tickets at www.sundaystreet.org)

Sunday, April 10th, 5 P.M. - Iain Matthews and Plainsong in a tribute to Richard Farina, "Reinventing Richard"

Sunday, April 17th, 5 P.M. - John Gorka

Saturday, May 21st, 7 P.M. - Bob Dylan's 75th Birthday Celebration with The Kennedys, Rod MacDonald, Russ Seeger and others

Sunday, June 12th, 5 P.M. - Brother Sun

Sunday, June 26th, 5 P.M. - Tom Russell in a special one man show

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Passion of the Christ composer, John Debney, Interviewed By Tom Needham on The Sounds of Film

Oscar-nominated composer John Debney & Grammy-winning composer Laura Karpman will be Tom Needham's special guests this Thursday on WUSB, 6:00 - 8:00 PM.

For more information, visit: http://www.longisland.com/news/03-14-16/john-debney-interview-sounds-of-...

Captain Rockit's British Invasion Special Featuring Billy J. Kramer March 10, 6 PM

Thursday March 10 at 6 PM will bring a very special event to Captain Rockit's Time Machine and 90.1 FM WUSB Stony Brook. A 2 hour special surrounding the sounds of the 1964 British Invasion. Making it all the more special is that an original invader Billy J. Kramer will be live in our WUSB studios as a guest host for this program. Billy had 2 Top 10 hits in the US in 1964 and 6 Top 100 chart singles in all. Billy was discovered by Beatles manager Brian Epstein and actually toured with the Beatles at one time. He will be joining us to talk about all of these experiences as well as telling us about his forthcoming book called "Do You Want To Know A Secret".

Along with Billy's music the soundtrack for this show will include music from The Zombies, The Hollies, Kinks, Animals, Peter And Gordon, Chad And Jeremy, Donovan and more. So join us for this one of a kind special evening only on 90.1 FM and streaming live worldwide at wusb.fm.

The Fugees' Pras Michel and Confessions of an Economic Hit Man's John Perkins Interviewed by Tom Needham

WHEN:Thursday, March 3.
TIME: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM.

Tom Needham’s The Sounds of Film will feature interviews with the Fugees’ Pras Michel discussing his film Sweet Micky For President, New Confessions of an Economic Hit Man’s John Perkins, and legendary director’s Terrence Mallick’s composer, Hanan Townshend, on Thursday at 6 P.M.

For more information, visit http://www.longisland.com/news/03-01-16/sound-of-film-john-perkins-pras-...