By Rob on Wed, 05/05/2010 - 11:30pm
On Sunday at Bamboozle, the hosts of Infinite Audio were given the amazing opportunity to interview fun. (might be more known as Nate Ruess of The Format, Andrew Dost of Anathallo, and Jack Antonoff of Steel Train). This Thursday on Infinite Audio - around 3:30 PM we will be playing the interview on WUSB. Hope you guys tune in and listen..but more importantly, enjoy it! :)
-Rob & Rita
By ibreheny on Wed, 04/21/2010 - 7:23pm
If you are interested in becoming a WUSB radio station volunteer you must attend the training to become WUSB volunteer staff.
The fee for course materials is $35.00 for community members. There are no fees for Stony Brook students or staff.
Opportunities are available for training as a WUSB DJ, announcer, fundraising assistant, and other station projects. Everybody can get involved!
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 631-632-6828 for more information.
By Angelo on Sat, 04/03/2010 - 3:44pm
Hard to believe that The Kinks have been the subject of only two tribute albums, despite a lengthy history of turning out extraordinary music. That all changes with the forthcoming release of "the kinks unkovered" from Long Island's Paradiddle Records, the label who began the "uncovered" series with 2006's "Bob Dylan Uncovered."
On Sunday morning, April 11th, we'll play some tracks from this release which features Maura Kennedy and a "who's who" of Long Island-based musicians. Caroline Doctorow, James O'Malley, The Lone Sharks, Mary Lamont, Russ Seeger, Hank Stone, Katie Pearlman, Johnny Cuomo, Claudia Jacobs, Patrick Costello, Ghosts of Electricity, The Corduroy Sky, Iridesense, Smile Pretty Misery, and The Blaggards all contributed a track to this project.
Kinks classics like "Dandy" and "Celluloid Heroes" are included in the collection but so are lesser-known songs like "Autumn Almanac" and "Willesdon Green" from the extensive Kinks catalogue.
By Angelo on Sat, 04/03/2010 - 3:43pm
WUSB is closing out Radiothon with a bang! Tons of specials are on tap for this week.
On April 6th, we held our Radiothon blues night, revisiting the Tuesday Blues-day past for 6 hours starting at 6pm and ending at 12am.
Then on Thursday, April 8th, we will bring to you, live on the airwaves of WUSB, the Stony Brooklyn show happening in the U-Cafe. The performers will be Aeroplane Pageant and The Antlers. The broadcast starts at 9:30pm and will most likely end at 12am.
Right after that starts our 24-hour 80's Day special, happening all day Friday, April 9th. We will be bringing you some great interviews, music, memories and more from the 1980s.
On Saturday, April 10th, we have the Onda Nueva All Stars live at 3pm. Later on at 9:30pm, The Posse fills in for Unsported crew.
For the Radiothon day finale, on Sunday, April 11th, we bring you ZAPPATHON 2010, which returns for 12 hours on Sunday to close out the Spring Radiothon, hosted by John Tobacco and Mr. Edison.
By DJ Ev on Fri, 03/19/2010 - 6:52pm
At 9:00PM, Bucky Pizzarelli, Master and Consummate Jazz guitarist, calls in to talk about the March 27th concert w/Frank Vignola’s Hot Club 100 years of Django Jazz at BNL.
Following that, at 10:00PM, Dr. Jim Carlson Genocide: How Your Doctor's Dietary Ignorance Will Kill You!!!!
And at 10:45PM Andy Aledort, Musician and 17 year editor of Guitar World talking about his new cd "Live at the North Star"
By Angelo on Wed, 03/17/2010 - 9:30pm
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By Angelo on Mon, 03/15/2010 - 11:29pm
The 8th seeded Seawolves enter the postseason for the first time in their Division I history as they take on the the #1 seed Illinois Illini at home in The Stony Brook Arena for the Natioanl Invitational Tournament.
Catch all of the action on WUSB starting at 8:30pm, where Mike Solano, Curt Hylton and Jeff Bernstein will be live at the arena calling the game. The extensive pre-game show will have in depth analysis of the team, the game, and interviews with the coaching staff and players, along with a postgame after the final buzzer.
By Angelo on Mon, 03/15/2010 - 10:55pm
Call 632-6901 for more information and to confirm you are attending .
The two date that the classes are being offered are:
March 27th, 11am-5pm. Stony Brook Union Building, Room 237
By Angelo on Wed, 03/10/2010 - 12:36pm
March 28th at 10:30 A.M. - Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Mark Erelli
By DJ Ev on Wed, 03/10/2010 - 3:11am
Joe V is filling in for Chris this week on The Bayou, on Thursday, March 11th at 8pm, playing the best of New Orleans, Louisiana music. Look forward to an interview with NOLA Bluesman "19th Street Red" conducted during last year's jazz fest.
Special guest Maggie Harrigan, East End original singer-songwriter will also be performing in the studio. While not Crescent City music, this artist is making her radio debut this night. Born and raised on the North Fork of Long Island, Maggie first started writing music at the ripe age of 14, and has progressed into the songwriter she is today. Her major influences include artists such as Damien Rice, Say Anything, Ingrid Michaelson and Brand New.