Entries by Keith Rozendal

KZSC’s long-delayed on-air fundraiser starts Nov 4

KZSC’s fall fundraiser kicks off on election day, Tuesday November 4th. We hang it up on Thursday November 13th.

It’s been a full year since we had a chance to ask for your financial support, so we can use your help that much more!

The phone number you need to know for the Fall Fundraiser is 831-459-4036. Thanks for listening, and thanks for supporting The Great 88, KZSC Santa Cruz!

New Fall 2014 Program schedule

We’re happy to be kicking off KZSC’s Fall 2014 schedule! Make sure to check out our new lineup so that you don’t miss out.
Some of the exciting new shows coming to KZSC feature Hip Hop, Country, Punk (and Post-Punk), Show Tunes, Surf, Doo-Wop and more!

In My Life – A Musical Theatre Tribute to the Beatles, Oct 20

Support KZSC and catch a multi-media musical theatre biography of the Beatles! 100% of the ticket price goes to support KZSC. Where? The Heritage Theatre in Campbell. When? Monday, October 20 at 7:30 pm. Told through the eyes of Beatles manager, Brian Epstein, “In My Life” features the live music of renowned tribute band Abbey Road. They portray the […]

Groundation’s Harrison Stafford interviewed by DJ Tiffany

Professor Harrison Stafford, the leader of Groundation, was speeding across the California desert when he connected with KZSC’s DJ Tiffany on “Joy in the Morning.” He lays down a history and culture of reggae music and discusses his documentary called “Holding on to Jah.” He also talks about Groundation and their upcoming new album and […]

Students! Join our Environmental News team

Classes at UC Santa Cruz start on October 2nd, and KZSC is putting together a local environmental news report for the fall schedule (which starts October 20th).

We’ll train a small group of UCSC students to report on local environmental news. You’ll learn to research, write, and report for the radio and web and you’ll quickly become an expert in the environmental history and issues facing the Monterey Bay, Salinas Valley, Santa Cruz Mountains, Big Sur and beyond. No course credit can be offered yet, but internship, service learning, or independent study credit may be arranged.