This is Katie. Her job at KZSC is to make you look good over the radio. If you are a nonprofit organization or individual who sends The Great 88 a public service announcement, it winds up on the air thanks to Katie. Have something of importance to tell our listeners? Let Katie help. Her guidelines for PSAs and more about the process can be found linked to our Contact Page.
Our Program Review Committee wanted to make sure you knew about our weekend program “Musical Jews”. DJ Oy Dog (aka Dylan Music, on the left, with guest Rebecca Stark) has been spinning songs by Jewish artists since he a was a UCSC student many years ago. Hard to imagine Henny Youngman next to Matisyau? Think Yiddish with a twist. Tune in Sundays at 4 pm to find out more on KZSC.
To produce a second record after the demise of The Beatles, Paul McCartney took wife Linda and a bunch of song demos to New York City. After picking some star sidemen the McCartney’s “Ram” album began to take shape. The final result produced his first #1 hit in America post-Fab Four and before Wings. Hear the story behind the making of “Ram” this Thursday, August 2nd beginning at 6 AM during the “Here, There & Everywhere” program on KZSC.
Don’t let summer get you down. Tune in to The Great 88 for flashbacks, throwbacks and more during our summer quarter program schedule. Tastier than a deep-fried Boardwalk Twinkie, KZSC’s got rock on vinyl from the 60′s, folk & bluegrass tunes, Brazilian music, film scores and tons more music and local talk shows. And since the days are longer, many of your long-standing favorites have expanded timeslots longer than a Jerry Garcia guitar solo.
Take a peek at the outstanding lineup running from June through September on our SCHEDULE page and let us know what you think!
As many die-hard fans of The Great 88 know, we’ve been part of a campus electrical upgrade project for the last several days. Looks like we will be returning to our usual unusual summer program schedule at 4 pm California time today. Thanks for your patience; stay tuned for the fireworks!
Starting June 18th, KZSC begins our longest programming quarter of the year. Tastier than deep-fried Twinkies, our summer program schedule features the premiere of new folk and bluegrass shows, Brazilian music, film scores and more. And since the days are longer, many of your long-standing favorites have expanded timeslots. Take a peek at the outstanding lineup for June-September on our SCHEDULE page and let us know what you think!