By DJ Ev on Wed, 03/10/2010 - 3:11am
Joe V is filling in for Chris this week on The Bayou, on Thursday, March 11th at 8pm, playing the best of New Orleans, Louisiana music. Look forward to an interview with NOLA Bluesman "19th Street Red" conducted during last year's jazz fest.
Special guest Maggie Harrigan, East End original singer-songwriter will also be performing in the studio. While not Crescent City music, this artist is making her radio debut this night. Born and raised on the North Fork of Long Island, Maggie first started writing music at the ripe age of 14, and has progressed into the songwriter she is today. Her major influences include artists such as Damien Rice, Say Anything, Ingrid Michaelson and Brand New.
If you missed it, listen on the archive and thank you ! - Grateful Dead Marathon to Kick Off Our Spring 2010 Pledge Drive!By Angelo on Mon, 03/08/2010 - 2:42am
WUSB is kicking off their Spring 2010 Fund Raising Drive with a very special broadcast --- March 13 thru March 15th -- 70 hours of programming paying tribute to the Grateful Dead beginning at 2am. Tune in! Be mesmerized! Please click here for the tentative schedule (NOTE: will open in a new window).
By Angelo on Mon, 02/22/2010 - 10:08pm
On Saturday Februray 27th, WUSB will be focusing it's attention on the music and culture of Haiti. Last month, on January 12, a devastating earthquake struck southern Haiti leaving a catastrophic payload. Buildings were grounded, power lines were destroyed and many lives were lost. Many survivors have been left injured and homeless. It was the most powerful Earthquake to hit Haiti in over a century. An air of chaos is still present in the country, where recovery is slowly beginning to take form.
This is where you, the WUSB listener, can lend a hand. All day and night on Saturday, WUSB DJs and guests will be playing Haitian music and discussing all aspects of the Haitian culture. Join us as we take you through a magical journey of musical richness and cultural depth that illustrate its history and will drive the future of Haiti. We will be urging you to donate money to the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund , Yele Haiti and the American Red Cross .
By DJ Ev on Thu, 02/04/2010 - 7:37pm
WUSB's Winter 2010 Reggae Marathon kicked off Thursday, Feb. 4th at 8pm and runs until 11:59pm on Sunday, Feb. 7th. Be sure to tune in at 90.1 on your FM dial, or stream it live, worldwide, right here, on wusb.fm.
By Angelo on Mon, 02/01/2010 - 1:11pm
Tonight on "The Long Island Sound" local musician Phil Minissale will join DJ Eve live in the studio for an acoustic performance. Dubbed the “Long Island Blues Boy” when he first appeared in public at the age of eighteen on Long Island, NY in 2006, Phil is fast becoming one of the premiere finger-style guitarists on the east coast. At just 22 years old, Phil is a seasoned performer, appearing at music venues, folk clubs, festivals and colleges from Maine to Georgia and has an upcoming tour of Italy!
That's Thursday, February 4th from 7- 8PM immediately followed by the Winter 2010 reggae marathon. http://www.myspace.com/philminissalemusic
By Angelo on Mon, 02/01/2010 - 1:10pm
Are you suffering from the winter "blahs"? Are you finding it harder and harder to get up in the morning? Your cure is finally here! The White Room Show is back, and it's even in it's old timeslot, premiering this Wednesday morning February 3rd from 7-9 am! You'll hear the best music from rock to reggae, blues to bluegrass, Country, jazz, comedy and even local artists. You never know what you'll hear in The White Room. Tune in this Wednesday to find out!
By Angelo on Sun, 01/31/2010 - 11:53pm
11am - William Klein: Campaign Manager for Murray Hill Inc.
11:30am - Chris Hellman: National Priorities
12pm - Matt Rothschild: Editor of The Progressive
12:30pm - David Swanson: Co-founder of http://www.afterdowningstreet.org/
By Angelo on Wed, 01/27/2010 - 10:05pm
THiNK Out Loud returns for it's second season interviewing Dr. Skiena, who was part of the college team that designed Apple's Ipad prototype.
By Angelo on Wed, 01/27/2010 - 9:59pm
There will be an amusing interview tomorrow from 9:00am - 10:00am on CLAM Radio with musician Ed Palermo. Ed brings his big band to the Dix Hills Performing Arts Center on Feb.5th and he talks about his love for arranging big band Zappa music plus sheds some insight on his musical arranging techniques. He also talks about his relationship with FZ's widow Gail Zappa and his time working with Aretha Franklin and the late James Brown.
Fun for the whole family.
By DJ Ev on Wed, 01/27/2010 - 2:33pm
This Friday, Jan 29th at 9PM - Bustin' Out Blue welcomes to the show Georges E. Fouron, Professor of Africana Studies Department (AFS) and Professional Education Program (PEP) and Director, American Studies (AMR) from SUNY Stony Brook. Topic of discussion the history of Haiti.