John has Santa Cruz lawyer Ben Rice to talk about changes in the law for 2013. Also, Laurence Bedford and Richard Stockton to talkabout upcoming Planet Cruz Comedy Show in the Cruz.
Here’s a look at a few of the faces behind the new voices you’ll be hearing on The Great 88 starting January 21st. Our fall quarter broadcasting class came up with programming ideas so hot, we had to have them approved by the campus Fire Department. Besides the difference on the air, significant changes will be happening behind the microphone at KZSC in the year to come. More info as it happens appears on our KZSC Newsletter, along with contests for prizes in each edition. Want to know more about the prizes? Want to know more about KZSC? Sign up for the Newsletter at the bottom of this page.
The end of December is full of music events in the Santa Cruz area that you won’t want to miss. “Winter Solstice” which includes Barbara Higbie, Liz Story, Lisa Lynne, George Tortorelli and Aryeh Frankfurter is a holiday music event at the Kuumbwa Jazz Center Friday, December 21st that will surely make you feel festive. Sunday, December 23rd, check out the sophisticated modern jazz duo The Le Boeuf Brothers at Don Quixote’s in Felton, followed by the guitar stylings of Peppino D’Agostino on Thursday December 27th. Finally, head down to the Rio Theatre on December 29th or 30th to see the White Album Ensemble perform The Beatles’ “Revolver” and “Let it Be” albums note-for-note. More Beatles for New Years Eve with The Sun Kings at Don Quixote’s starting at 9 pm.
Back by popular demand and just in time for the cold, harsh, lonely winter months, KZSC’s 2nd edition of Anonymous Caller is now accepting submissions. The theme for this issue is graffiti-you’ve-spotted-around-that-looks-cool. That means photos of bathroom graffiti, wall graffiti, sweet doodles and tags. Tags your grandma throws up, really bad tags, really good tags…you get the idea. Of course all other musical content will be warmly welcomed. Want to print an interview with your neighbor’s sad dad-rock band? Send it in! Wanna tell the world what you really think about Tame Impala? Jot it down! Have a muffin recipe to share (that may or may not include impalas)? You know what to do. Send your submissions to: email@example.com. The deadline to submit is Friday, January 18th.
As 2012 flips into Lucky 13, what better way to celebrate than with the music of The Beatles? For over a decade the Sun Kings have been thrilling audiences with their uncanny channeling of the Beatles’ music. With a repertoire of over 100 songs, the Sun Kings shine with spot-on arrangements and vocal harmonies, delivered with a driving energy that recalls the earliest Beatle shows yet covers the entire history of the band. You can expect to hear your favorite Beatles songs performed brilliantly on New Year’s Eve at Don Quixote’s in Felton. The evening begins with a special dinner, followed by champagne and party favors for the midnight hour. Doors open for dinner at 6 m.
Sleepy John has guest Steve Wissner on the show to talk about reducing the cost of your phone. Also: guest Alicia Cube to talk about Take Back Santa Cruz!
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