Posted by rflacks on:
This week--another in the series of programs I'm doing to mark the 30 years we've been on the air (and the 50 years KCSB has been operating). This week we'll do the first of several programs hearing the voices of the many musickers I've had some personal connection to. these are folks I conversed with on the radio, or helped present to audiences in Santa Barbara, or otherwise got to know. Some of them are widely celebrated, like Ani Di Franco, Pete Seeger and Arlo Guthrie, some have had long careers as movement performers, like Charlie King, David Rovics, Dave Lippman, Sabia and Rebel Voices. And quite a few are musickers with local roots in the community or campus--like Glenn Phillips, Chic Streetman, Rob Rosenthal, Steve Aoki, Alex Pasternak and Los Guys. I've been pulling out recorded stuff from as many of these guests and friends as I can find. Listening to all this work provides us with a panoramic view of events and movements of the last several decades and honors the still vibrant tradition of playing for change. I hope you'll have a chance to tun in.
culture of protest thurs 6/21/12 6 pm pdt kcsb 91.9fm www.kcsb.org