Playlists

Natural Alternatives playlist for 12/23/2016

Captain Phil filling in for the Natural Nurse featuring a preview of my great interview with Jonathan Preddice of Miles to Dayton. The complete Interview will air on January 6th 2017!

Mystery Train playlist for 12/23/2016

This is my year-end wrap up, my Christmahanukkwanzifestivus edition Mystery Train. I'll be playing a mix of my favorite covers and original songs from 2016, as well as tributes to some of the musical stars we lost this past year. Definitely going to mix in David Bowie, Prince, Merle Haggard, Leon Russell, Sharon Jones, Leonard Cohen and Maurice White with old favorites with 2016 releases -- Paul Simon, Pixies, Radiohead -- and newer artists such as Mitski and the Seratones. Cool mix? I think so.

Rockin' Iration playlist for 12/23/2016

DJ Kibret Neguse on the air broadcasting from the original studios of WUSB 90.1 FM for perhaps the final show before moving to the new facility! He is joined in the studio by new Long Island reggae artist Jimmy Kerwick Tafari to premiere his new song "I Must Be Strong", produced by Sir Raf. Thanks to Brother Zion for the introduction. The "Blazing Hot" track of the night belongs to Jemere Morgan with "Good Old Roots".

The Loft playlist for 12/22/2016

Hosted by George Rudolph The Loft features the latest releases in contemporary jazz as well as legacy jazz, Rhythm and Blues, Funk, Soul, some good old rock and roll, and interviews with the players that make the music.

Clam Radio playlist for 12/22/2016

Last Clam Radio broadcast from the Student Union building. I think. Blue Skies are fading...

Trim Mix Party playlist for 12/22/2016

top 90 of 2016 part 4

Captain Phil's Planet playlist for 12/22/2016

It's the Captain Phil Holiday special!

Celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and Life Day with Captain Phil and his special guest AnnMarie Strauss of I Speak Clearly. Emy McBrearty will sing some songs and premiere some of her compositions. The second hour will feature a dramatic LIVE reading of The Grinch who stole Christmas featuring all our guests. The last Captain Phil's Planet of 2016 (Officially!) and maybe the last Captain Phil's Planet from the old Union.

The Bayou playlist for 12/22/2016

The Christmas onto the Holidays Grinchified, Chipmunkish and of course the Creole Cajunified Charlie Browniest Edition of The Bayou

Blues At Dawn playlist for 12/21/2016

"THE BLUES WILL DO YOUR HEART GOOD !!"

Blue Grass Time playlist for 12/21/2016

Bluegrass Christmas, ballgame at 7:30
Thanks for listening friends and Mighty Holiday wishes to you

WUSB Alternatives playlist for 12/21/2016

Christmas fill: Bob Longman

Radio Free J-Ro playlist for 12/21/2016

Cornflower commandeers the console in a Christmas tribute to J-Ro

Progressive Solutions playlist for 12/20/2016

OUR SHOW TODAY will cover a broad variety of issues with emphasis on the recent election results conflicting with polling numbers.

Our featured guest is Rebecca Goldin, Stats.org Advisory Board Director and Professor of Mathematics, George Mason University. STATS.org is a statistical literacy project run by Sense About Science USA in collaboration with the American Statistical Association. Her work for STATS.org has been published in The Washington Post, and she has appeared on NBC, CBS, CNN and NPR. She has helped journalists writing for almost a hundred different media outlets. Rebecca has run workshops for journalists and students alike, and has given talks about her work at STATS.org across the country. www.stats.org

Street FM playlist for 12/20/2016

The Best Thing On A Monday Night/Tuesday Morning....

Jim Dexter playlist for 12/20/2016

Jim's show for Tuesday December 20, 2016

The Spin Zone playlist for 12/20/2016

Special Tribute to Greg Lake on WUSB , Featuring an interview that was recorded live over the airwaves back in 2013

Mr. X. Presents..... playlist for 12/20/2016

The Union's Greatest Hits! I will miss this building. A lot of great musical things happened here: Conference, CR1and2, 237, End of the Bridge, the auditorium, and the cafeteria. Thanks to everyone who came through the Room 240 door and made great things happen!