Hapa comes back to Santa Cruz for their annual spring show. This is a chance to see and hear Hapa founder Barry Flanagan with his distinctive chiming guitar sounds and newest band member Ron Kuala’au. A Honolulu native, Ron Kuala’au was one of Barry’s first teachers of Hawaiian music and an inspiration for the Hapa […]
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On Sunday, January 8th, Meshell Ndegeocello will perform at the Kuumbwa Jazz Center in downtown Santa Cruz. Wing or hip hop your way over to Kuumbwa Jazz at 7 pm to catch her soulful funky mix of music. She has the voice, the bass guitar And the chops. Her name and her music mean ‘free […]
“Hand me a microphone, I’m about to tell it” – about cooking with The Good Stuff. You hear Sista Monica Parker on KZSC programs such as Jazz Kitty (Saturdays noon-2 pm) and Breakfast in Bed (which starts cookin’ Sundays at 9 am) – now hear this. She’s having a CD release party and you’re invited. […]
Summertime and the livin’….EASY. I love America, am learning to love baseball (GO GIANTS!) and have long been a fan of the diminutive, 4-stringed, adorable ukulele. Jake Shimabukuro is bringing his instrument and tremendous talent to the Rio Theatre in Santa Cruz on Tuesday at 8 pm. Here’s a hint of the Ukulele Goodness coming […]
Because sometimes it’s not easy. Other times, it’s just plain fun, covered with Awesome Sauce. Tune in to hear what a substitute can offer on Tin Pan Alley Aftermath from noon til 2 pm today, going wherever the open road leads us [musically speaking]. Lots of music. Y’all come! Join me here at KZSC where […]
Tuesday, May 24th, The Ukulele Club of Santa Cruz is featured in the documentary, “Under the Boardwalk, A Ukulele Love Story”. The film chronicles a small town (I’m looking at you, Santa Cruz!) with the biggest ukulele club in the world, perhaps in the Universe. This love story…ah, movie screens at 7:30 pm at the […]