Announcements

Jazz on Sunday

We're have a jazz afternoon and evening here on Sunday August 30, starting at 11:30 am with Bob Longman. We'll have live performances and interviews, including with trombonist Ray Anderson. So tune in!

Newest Bluesathon Schedule

Thursday 18th
7-10am Fishing With Bill
10am-12pm John Tabacco
12-2pm George Bostick of George Bostick and Blues House
2:00-4:00 Joe Rock of WBAB and LIMHOF
4-6 Joel Itzkowitz of WUSB/ Long time host of the Tuesday Night Blues Show
6-8pm Professor Louis of Professor Louie and the Crowmatix/Joe Vignola
8-10pm The Bayou
10pm-12am University Café Broadcast of Brooks Williams/Beaucoup Blue

Friday 19th
7-9am Whatever Floats Yer Boat w/Pam Betti
9-11am Sam Taylor's Blues/Rich L'
1030am-1130 Frank Latorre of Frank Latorre and the King Bees/Rich L'
1130 -100pm Phil Grande/Rich L'

Blues Marathon June 18-21. Click For Schedule

Join us for our summer blues marathon taking place on June 18th at 7:00AM till June 21st at 5:00pm. There will be tons of special guest DJs, including but not limited to: Lil Cliff, Professor Louie, Kerry Kearney, and Dennis McNamara. If that wasn't enough, Saturday night will feature a live juke joint concert with harmonica master Bob Paolucci and the Bluesicians.

Fire up the grill, gather the neighbors, and keep your radios and web stream locked to WUSB.

Thursday 18th
7-10am Fishing With Bill
10am-12pm John Tabacco
12-2pm George Bostick of George Bostick and Blues House

Bustin' Out Blue Fills In Thursday Night

Bustin' Out Blue Fills In Thursday Night
June 11 6:00pm - 8:00pm Joe V and Bustin' Out Blues takes over Making A Scene and Long Island Sound for two special interviews. Frank Vignola world reknown jazz guitarist will be joining Joe during the first hour to talk music, guitars and his Long Island beginnings. Noted New Orleans filmmaker Hubie Vigreux will call in and talk about his post-Katrina documentary which he calls “Endangered Species: the ongoing struggle to preserve the culture of New Orleans.”

Steve Lieberman The Gangsta Rabbi - LIVE on the WUSB Airwaves

On Saturday, May 9th at Midnight, sub.rad and Why Anything Radio welcome Long Island Legend STEVE LIEBERMAN THE GANGSTA RABBI back to the WUSB Studios. Be sure to tune in for an unforgettable night of mayhem, including a live performance, interview and giveaways!

That's Saturday/Sunday May 9th/10th at midnight on WUSB 90.1 FM in Stony Brook and worldwide at http://wusb.fm.

For more info, visit http://www.gangstarabbi.com or http://myspace.com/gangstarabbi

WUSB Technothon!

12 hours of beats starring WUSB's DJs!
Tune in to 90.1 FM in Suffolk County or hit us up on the web at http://stream.wusb.stonybrook.edu:8090/listen.pls

The fun starts at Friday April 24 @ 6pm, and ends Saturday April 25th @ 6am.

Guests with Mort Mecklosky For Monday 4/27

Critique 10 p.m.
Gloria La River: Coordinator of the National Committee to free the Cuban five.

Classical Interlude 11:15 a.m.
Bryan Rigg : Author of "Lives of Hitler's Jewish Soldiers"

Unfinished Business 12:30 p.m.
George Mann and Julius Margolin: Folk singers and protesters.

Intercollegiate Broadcasting System Annual Coast to Coast Conference

The Annual Coast to Coast Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS) Conference is happening this weekend, Friday, March 6th through Sunday, March 8th at New York's Hotel Pennsylvania. As always, WUSB 90.1 FM will be one of the host stations. Your favorite USB DJs and staffers will be in attendance, so if you're in NYC, there's a chance you may run into us :)

Quitzow - Appearing Live TODAY at The Stony Brook University Cafe and on the airwaves of WUSB 90.1 FM - Click Here for Details






"A song-based sonic collage of Bass, Moog, Rhodes Piano, Cello and Violin with
soaring vocals, layered harmonies and dark wit!"



"upstate New York singer songwriter Erica Quitzow gives her cello and Moog art
whimsy a bubbly groove and defiant summer strut." (SPIN MAGAZINE, September
2008)



A Weekend Of Reggae on WUSB

The 16th annual winter reggae marathon is taking place from Thursday February 5th at 8pm, to Sunday February 8th ending at midnight. The marathon will be celebrating the birthdays of Bob Marley (Feb 6th) and Dennis Brown (Feb 1st), while commemorating Black History month.

Tune in as local, national and international reggae DJs share their music and culture. You can listen right on your computer by clicking here. If you need assistance with the internet stream, please click here