By Angelo on Sat, 11/14/2015 - 5:42pm
On Saturday November 21st noon to midnight we will be featuring a radiothon special highlighting the heyday of Stony Brook concerts.
We will be playing from the extensive catalog of live Stony Brook concerts. Live Airplane on this their 50th anniversary, the Grateful Dead performing Till The Morning Comes one of only three live performances ever of this delightful tune, early David Bromberg and the Fabulous Torpedos, Zappa who played SB four times, Floyd, Moby Grape, King Crimson, Allman Brother's and a 1960 Stony Brook Fall Festival recording of Count Basie's Big Band with Big Joe Williams. Our archivist JJ Hance is combing the vaults for more treasures.
Tune in to hear WUSB staffers Angelo Kevin, Mike, Joe, Charlie, Rich, Norm and special guest Amy Tuttle, Howie Klein SBC alum, Albert Bouchard founding member and original drummer of Blue Oyster Cult and Moyssi a long time lighting and sound guy at Stony Brook concerts. It should be a really unique day of music and interviews.
If you have recordings from Stony Brook or would like to tell your Stony Brook concert related stories please let us know on our Facebook Events page. https://www.facebook.com/events/1390907864542170/
By Angelo on Fri, 11/13/2015 - 5:48pm
By Angelo on Wed, 11/11/2015 - 9:58pm
As part of WUSB's Fall Radiothon, the Sounds of Film will also be doing a special feature highlighting the complete soundtrack for Laurie Anderson's groundbreaking new film, Heart of a Dog. This experimental personal movie takes the viewer on a unique journey through the stages of love, death and loss inspired by Anderson's rat terrier Lolabelle, who died four years ago. The movie also features a haunting soundtrack by Laurie Anderson and Long Island Music Hall of Fame inductee, Lou Reed.
By ibreheny on Tue, 11/10/2015 - 10:21am
Our Radiothon kicks off Wednesday, October 11! Tune in and pledge your support to your favorite radio station!
There are two ways that you can make your pledge of support to help keep 90.1 FM Radio Free Long Island going strong:
1. Call us at 1-631-632-WUSB (9872)
BUSINESSES: By supporting WUSB, you will reach thousands of potential customers on Long Island, New York City and around the world. Click here to learn more
Thanks to all of our listeners and contributors for your past and continued support!