Fermented Radio - Friday Aug 12 - Interview with Greg Anton and Steve Kimock of Zero

This weeks Fermented Radio features an interview with Greg Anton and
Steve Kimock of Zero. Greg and Steve speak about their latest project,
Naught Again. Naught Again revisits San Francisco's Great American
Music Hall and Zero's live shows in the Fall of 1992. This double CD
features many of the Bay Area's legendary artists that joined the band
for this special occasion.

Zero was founded by Steve Kimock and Greg Anton in the early 1980’s in
Marin County, California. Over the years they’ve been joined by a host
of musicians from the psychedelic caravan who share a common spirit.
Their music is a unique mixture of free flowing jazz, blues, and rock
improvisation....the lyrics to their original vocal songs are written by
Robert Hunter.

Zero returns to our area on October 27 at The Brooklyn Bowl. Steve
Kimock and Friends perform Aug 12 at City Winery in NYC.

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Walt Disney edition of SOUNDS OF FILM

Tune into a special Walt Disney World edition of Tom Needham’s SOUNDS OF FILM. Hear all of your favorite tunes from Disney's Animal Kingdom, Disney's Hollywood Studios, EPCOT, and Walt Disney's Magic Kingdom, as well as music from Disney classics Lilo & Stitch, Frozen, Moana & more.

Worldwide listeners can tune into Tom Needham’s Disney-themed SOUNDS OF FILM on Thursday at 6 pm at wusb.fm

Jackie Stiles, Brent Huff and Alex Moyer Up Next on Tom Needham's SOUNDS OF FILM


Tune in Thursday, July 21 to Tom Needham's SOUNDS OF FILM to check out Basketball Legend Jackie Stiles & Director Brent Huff talk about THE JACKIE STILES STORY, which is a featured film in the Stony Brook Film Festival. 

Also joining the program is ALEX'S WAR Director ALEX LEE MOYER, who will go in depth on the figure behind the film, Alex Jones. 

This program will air Thursday, July 21 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. 



Paul McCartney Special - Saturday, June 18 7:00 AM - 12:00 PM.

Tune in on Saturday from 7am-12pm with Scotty O from With the Beatles and Jukebox Time Machine as we celebrate the music and legacy of Paul McCartney who turns 80. We’ll play music from the Beatles, his Solo years, his time with Wings, collaborations, covers and side projects. Tune in and Let It Be!