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Everything Is Broken playlist for 09/25/2012

TUESDAY 9/25; 1:00PM EDT. Our featured guest is journalist and bass guitarist Charles Young. Charles grew up in Waukesha and Madison, WI. He went to Macalester College where he was the worst player on a football team that lost all its games in his senior year by an aggregate score of 312-46 and that went on to set the NCAA record for consecutive losses. Getting his ass kicked relentlessly on the gridiron prepared Young well for his unlucrative career in freelance writing, which began at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism. It was there he met Dave Lindorff, founder of Thiscantbehappening.net and the only other member of the Class of ’75 who might have an even more unlucrative career than Young.
Three days before graduating from the j-school, Young entered the Rolling Stone College Journalism Contest, which he won. This led to a bad case of tinnitus and many profiles of famous musicians, ranging from the Sex Pistols to the Eagles to the Who to the Butthole Surfers to Jerry Lee Lewis, most of whom can't hear very well either. He has interviewed Noam Chomsky, Howard Zinn and Beavis & Butt-Head.

Jim Dexter playlist for 09/25/2012

Jim's Show for Tuesday September 25, 2012
Fall Radiothon '12 is underway!

Purple Starlight playlist for 09/24/2012

Currently alternating with the Spin Zone on Monday morning midnight - 3am.

Paid For By The Young Amerikans 4 Freedom. playlist for 09/24/2012


>>Bed Muisc<<
>Aquarela Do Brasin
>Skyrim Theme Song

Soul Glo Bistro playlist for 09/24/2012


Jazz On The Air playlist for 09/23/2012

Fall Fundraiser..w/ Spotlights on Local Artists heard on WUSB

Interzone with Chris Phillips playlist for 09/22/2012

Happy Birthday to Nick Cave, Alice Coltrane, and Ken Vandermark!

Bob Duffy playlist for 09/22/2012

Programming with WUSB for more than 30 years, Bob Duffy is still searching for the perfect pop song.

This week's program is a special entitled "Grand Adventure - An Interview with Susanna Hoffs". Susanna discusses her new solo album, Someday, as well as her entire career, including her work with Matthew Sweet and, of course, with The Bangles.