Dry Diggings Festival Ticket Giveaway!

Trying to find tickets to next weekend’s Dry Diggings Festival (Sept. 25th-26th)? Tune into the Great 88.1 KZSC this weekend for a chance to win a pair of tickets to one of the premier reggae festivals of the season! Brought to you by the creators of California Roots, Dry Diggings will take place in the […]


Rock Charts – Mid September

Did you know that the score to Love & Mercy was inspired by The Beatles’ Revolution 9? Well now you do! Revolution 9 was released almost 47 years ago, but the new Shannon & The Clams album, Gone by the Dawn, was released just this last week! Check out the killer track “Corvette” from their new […]


Loud Rock Charts – Second Week of September

If today’s weather was any indication, the summer sun is receding in favor of autumn fog and drizzle. Though the weather may be (hopefully?) getting cooler, the tracks our DJs are spinning are still hot as ever! Top Ten: AHAB — The Boats of the Glen Carrig REANIMATOR — Horns Up WORRIERS — Imaginary Life KINGS DESTROY — Kings […]

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September 2nd, 1838, Birthday of Lili’uokalani

On Wiki Wiki Wednesday, a musical tribute to the music and songs of Hawai’i and the Pacific Islands, we celebrate the birth of Queen Lili’uokalani. Lili’uokalani ascended to the throne January 29th, 1891, after the death of her brother, King David Kalakaua, known as the Merrie Monarch, for his revival of the hula, surfing and other Hawaiian arts.  Queen Lili’uokalani was an accomplished author, composer and musician. She composed “Aloha ‘Oe,” or “Farewell to Thee,” a popular lover’s goodbye, which later became imbued with mourning for the loss of her country after the illegal overthrow of the Hawaiian kingdom. We keep the Queen and Hawaiian Kingdom in heart, in part through the music.