Sunday Street Playlists
By CBackfish on Mon, 05/19/2014 - 7:22am
Our annual All-Dylan program to celebrate his 73rd birthday this Saturday. Since Dylan's fourth album, Another Side of Bob Dylan, will see the 50th anniversary of its release this August, we based our program on that album and the recording session for the album, playing tracks from the album as well as recordings from the session that were not included on the released album. We also roamed the extensive Dylan catalogue for other songs and included quite a few cover versions as well.
By CBackfish on Mon, 04/14/2014 - 2:46pm
Today's program featured a musical remembrance of Jesse Winchester, who passed away on Friday, April 11th. Also, Rod Picott, an outstanding singer-songwriter paid a visit to Sunday Street before playing a terrific show at The University Cafe, with WUSB's Mary Lamont opening.
By CBackfish on Sun, 03/30/2014 - 3:25pm
Today's program featured a conversation with singer/songwriter Richard Shindell.
By CBackfish on Sun, 03/23/2014 - 8:02pm
An in-studio visit from Russ Seeger and Tom Ryan of The Last Hombres and Pete Mancini of Butchers Blind was part of today's program.
By CBackfish on Mon, 03/10/2014 - 8:51am
An in-studio visit from Poor Old Shine was part of today's program
By CBackfish on Mon, 02/24/2014 - 3:50pm
New music from Don Bikoff, The Last Hombres, Joy Kills Sorrow and Iain Matthews, as well as a studio visit from Pesky J. Nixon, were featured on today's program.
By CBackfish on Sun, 02/16/2014 - 5:23pm
Lots of new releases on today's program along with a visit from Bill Herman of Paradiddle Records to announce a benefit concert at The University Cafe on Saturday, April 5th at 8 P.M. "Keep Me In Your Heart: A Long Island Musicians' Tribute to Warren Zevon" will feature a host of area musicians sharing interpretations of well-known and lesser-known Zevon songs. Information at www.universitycafe.org
The concert will benefit WUSB-FM and help with the expenses associated with repairing our damaged transmitter. Recent storms have had their impact on the transmitter and as a consequence, our signal has been reduced dramatically. It is unlikely the University will assist us with this cost so we need to raise these funds by ourselves. Hopefully, our listeners will come to our rescue.