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Port Palooza, Saturday July 31.

 

Port Palooza, Saturday July 31st noon until dusk all day at the Jill Nees Russell HarborFront Park in Port Jefferson Village.

This one day music series Co-Sponsored by Port Jefferson Village and supported by WUSB 90.1fm and 107.3 fm Stony Brook N.Y.

Bring your own blankets,chairs and picnic baskets ! Enjoy a summer day of music in the park.

This event is open to all.

Visit WUSB there all day Saturday at our radio tent and listen live throughout the day for special broadcasts live from the music festival.

Tune in all day Saturday noon until dusk or attend the music festival live and in person to visit WUSB' tent.

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Lorelei’s Jena Malone Talks DONNIE DARKO, HUNGER GAMES, & CONTACT on Tom Needham’s SOUNDS OF FILM

 

LORELEI's Jena Malone Talks DONNIE DARKO, HUNGER GAMES, CONTACT & Music on Tom Needham’s SOUNDS OF FILM

LORELEI is an official selection of the

 Stony Brook Film Festival

It screens on Friday July 30, 2021 AT 7 PM.

For more information, visit https://patch.com/new-york/smithtown/calendar/event/20210805/1104288/lor...

Airs Thursday, August 5, 6-8 PM.

Folk Festivals on Sunday Street - August 1st

 

On Sunday, August 1st, there will be a special edition of ‘Sunday Street’ that will focus on the summer ritual of folk festivals, even though many of them will take on a different appearance this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. (there will be an encore broadcast on August 8th)

The program will center on the history of three folk festivals --- Newport, Philadelphia and Falcon Ridge, with archival recordings going back to the very first Newport folk festival in 1959. We’ll also share the controversial Bob Dylan performance at the 1965 Newport festival.

Other artists to be featured include The Kennedys, Peter Mulvey, Dar Williams, Ramblin’ Jack
Elliott, Tom Paxton, Bonnie Raitt, Richie Havens, Tom Rush, Judy Collins, Jackson Browne, The
Kingston Trio, Bill Monroe, Johnny Cash, Loan Baez, Pete Seeger, Ian and Sylvia, Richard & Mimi Farina, Phil Ochs, Mississippi John Hurt, John Lee Hooker, John Hammond, Richard Thompson, Bill Morrissey, Happy and Artie Traum, Luka Bloom, Robert Earle Keene, John Prine, and Lucius with Brandi Carlile.

Sunday Street airs every Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Director Ra'anan Alexandrowicz Talks THE VIEWING BOOTH on Tom Needham’s SOUNDS OF FILM

 

Director Ra'anan Alexandrowicz Talks THE VIEWING BOOTH on Tom Needham’s SOUNDS OF FILM

THE VIEWING BOOTH recounts a unique encounter between a filmmaker and a viewer — exploring the way meaning is attributed to non-fiction images in today’s day and age. In a lab-like location, Maia Levy, a young Jewish American woman, watches videos portraying life in the occupied West Bank, while verbalizing her thoughts and feelings in real time.

For more information, visit https://patch.com/new-york/smithtown/calendar/event/20210729/1101270/dir...

Airs Thursday, July 29, 6-8 PM

Captain Phil Interviews The Cyberiam and Robert Berry of 3.2!

 

Captain Phil welcomes the Cyberiam (https://thecyberiam.com/) back onto the Planet to discuss their new album Connected at 3 pm!

Then in the 4 pm hour welcome Robert Berry (http://www.robertberry.com/) of 3.2 and the new album Third Impression!

Airs Thursday, July 29 3-5 PM.

RED RIVER ROAD FILMMAKERS Join Tom Needham on SOUNDS OF FILM

 

Paul and Jade Schuyler Talk Dystopian Pandemic Film, RED RIVER ROAD, on Tom Needham’s SOUNDS OF FILM

RED RIVER ROAD is a featured selection at the Stony Brook Festival. The film is about a family of four isolating against a pandemic virus that spreads through the internet and robs you of your ability to perceive reality. Things begin to unravel when they suspect one or all of them might be infected.

For more information, visit https://patch.com/new-york/smithtown/calendar/event/20210722/1097528/red...

Airs Thursday, July 22, 6-8 PM.

Songs For A Mid-Summer's Evening

 

WUSB's Sunday Street Series and The Long Island Museum join to present:

Songs for a Mid-Summer's Evening

Here's the lineup:

Beaucoup Blue, Daisycutter w/Sara Milonovich, Emily Duff, Antje Duvekot, Gathering Time, Elliott Murphy, Willie Nile, Gerry O'Beirne, Rod Picott, Ian Tamblyn, Jesse Terry, and Steve Tilston

The webcast will stream on the Long Island Museum's Facebook page:
www.facebook.com/LIMuseum

There will also be a YouTube link on the day of the webcast.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQFZmdB48jNQd39S2P98JmA

Tim O'Brien on Country Pocket

 

Tim O’Brien will join Country Pocket on WUSB this Monday, July 19th at 6pm. We’ll play some tracks from the Grammy- and IBMA-award winning musician and vocalist’s new album “He Walked On” and discuss community, technology, and considering life in America from different perspectives. He also reveals how a trip to the grocery store led to a reimagining of a John Prine classic so tune in!