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Bradstock XXII

It's that time again! The 22nd Bradstock will commence during Labor Day weekend. WUSB will be broadcasting the 2nd day on September 6 from 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM from beautiful Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck.  For directions, band lineups and vendor information, please visit bradstock.org

David Amram on Global Rhythms

On Thursday night September 3rd Chris LaPorta will be interviewing the legendary Composer, Conductor, Multi-Instrumentalist and Beat Generation original David Amram as David prepares to visit Bradstock again this year and be part of the WUSB annual live broadcast.  Tune in for some interesting updates from David as he continues to create well into his Eighth Decade!

Blues Day Returns on Tuesday

Starting tonight and returning every other Tuesday night from 10:00 PM - 12:00 AM, the Blues Show with Joe Vignola is your source for blues music on Long Island!

Alex Winter on Sounds of Film

Tune into the Sounds of Film on WUSB this Thursday at 6 P.M. to hear Tom Needham's exclusive interview with Alex Winter, the star of Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure and the director of the film Deep Web.  The film Deep Web, which is narrated by Keanu Reeves, is about Silk Road, Bitcoin and the politics of the Dark Web.  The movie is part of the Port Jefferson Documentary Film Series on Sept. 21st.  Also on the show is legendary Brooklyn music producer, Martin Bisi, who is featured in a new documentary Sound and Chaos: The Story of BC Studio. Martin Bisi is known for his work with Brian Eno, Bill Laswell, Afrika Bambata, John Zorn, Sonic Youth and the Violent Femmes

Tune in to ‘A Few Words’ this Monday from 6-7AM to hear my discussion with Mike Meginnis, author of Fat Man and Little Boy.

"Meginnis has written one of the best, most natural novels about the atomic bombs.” -The Millions “Impressive…Straddles a hybrid genre of historical magical realism.” -The Japan Times In this powerful debut novel, the atomic bombs dropped on Japan are personified, born on impact as Fat Man and Little Boy. Their small measure of humanity is a cruelty the bombs must suffer. Given life from death, the brothers travel west from Japan to France and later to America. Their journey is one of surreal and unsettling discovers, and author Mike Meginnis transforms these symbols of mass destruction into beacons of longing and hope. The winner of the 2013 Horatio Nelson Fiction Prize, Fat Man and Little Boy pulses with magical realism in an unprecedented approach to its tragic subject matter. Tune in to ‘A Few Words’ this Monday from 6-7AM to hear my discussion with Mike Meginnis, author of Fat Man and Little Boy. And, as always, please support independent authors!: