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Bob Duffy Welcomes 10cc’s Graham Gouldman on 7/27/24

Tune in on Saturday morning, July 27th, as WUSB’s Bob Duffy welcomes 10cc’s Graham Gouldman to the airwaves of 90.1 FM.

In addition to his work with 10cc, Graham was a founding member of the band Wax, and has written dozens of ‘60s hit songs, such as “Bus Stop”, “Heart Full of Soul”, “Look Through Any Window”, “Listen People” and many more hits. Graham was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2014.

Listen on Saturday morning between 9 am and noon for this insightful interview with Graham Gouldman ahead of the 10cc show at the Patchogue Theatre.

Melting World 7/27/24

From Ed Roller: 

Join us for an extended edition of "Melting World" this Saturday, from 10 PM to 3 AM on Sunday, focusing on the genre of Fusion music. Originating in the late '60s, Fusion blends jazz with electric bass, keyboards, and non-Western instruments.

We'll feature classic tracks from the '70s by Weather Report, Brand X, Jean-Luc Ponty, Billy Cobham, and Al Di Meola, alongside contemporary sounds from Jonas Hellborg & Shawn Lane, PAKT, and John McLaughlin's Mahavishnu Orchestra. Tune in for an evening of complex rhythms and intricate melodies with Ed Roller this Saturday night at 10 PM.

 

Steve Albini Special on Omega Radio

 

Omega invites all of its followers, listeners, and supporters of ours & WUSB for an extensive ten-hour tribute of Steve Albini's musical resume. From his beginnings before big black all the way to Shellac's '24 release "To All Trains", we celebrate a lifetime of his production values for many essential albums by many citically lauded artists. From alternative noise rock, drones, thrash, industrial, punk, garage, metalcore, and even harsh hoise. Here's a proper euology to a musical figure who shaped culture and made everyone's lives for the better. 

The special will air at midnight on August 5 and August 19. 

DESTINIES PROMO for 7/19/24 (Destinies salutes the crew of Apollo 8)

This week, Destinies honors the memories of two astronauts, and celebrates the 55th anniversary of Apollo 11 and live music on Long Island.

Tune in Friday night, and remember astronauts Frank Borman and William Anders, with the story of the flight of Apollo 8 from the audio documentary "In Their Own Words: The Space Race," featuring their moving Christmas message to the people of Earth.

Travel to Stony Brook's Staller Center on March 22nd, 2024, as Broadway star Adam Pascal sings Elton John's "Rocket Man."

And, the Smithtown Community Band performs a medley of songs from the soundtrack of Guardians of the Galaxy at their season-opening concert on July 2nd, 2024.

You'll also learn about this weekend's HurriCon, the benefit comic art convention in East Rockaway.
Friday, July 19th, at 11:30 PM.

Hosted by Howard Margolin.

Destinies-The Voice of Science Fiction