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KBCZ News RoundUp
The KBCZ News Roundup with hosts Julia Dream and Tina Davey. Monday through Thursday at 12:30pm the focus is on local news and events.
Each week The Randyman opens up his musical treasure chest and shares the riches within. Hear gems not often heard over the radio spanning a wide variety of genres, and sometimes along with a theme. You’re invited to tune in and DIG! Saturdays 5-7pm.
The Friday Morning Show with Mousecat
MouseCat Gabbs FM show Fridays 10am-noon-Playing a wide variety of pop tunes from around the world and around the corner.
The Mike D Show
The Mike D. Show High atop the redwoods and deeeeep in the forest, its The Mike D. Show “Playing…whatever!”
The Prolly Prog Show
The Prolly Prog Show, hosted by Dave Halper, plays progressive rock music the way it was meant to be heard. Tune in to hear your favorite prog rock tracks from the artists you love; not just the songs that come in under five minutes. 9-11pm Wednesdays.
Sydney Leann is a special ed teacher from Santa Cruz and would like to share what her student teach her each week, plus astrology and feel-good music.
Oh My Goth!
Lady Velvet brings you Oh My Goth! Monday nights 6-8pm.
Monday Drive-Time Show
The Drive-Time Show with Samtheram with local traffic, weather and “This Day in History”.
The Mountain Road with Julia Dream
Julia Dream supplies the evening with magical Irish melodies that echo through the glen-er-the mountains.
Enrique Burmano takes aim at rolling his own Blue Grass, real Mountain Grass! Thursdays 2:00pm-4:00pm
The Tuesday Drive-Time Show with Taylor Wolfsen
Matt's Altered State
Matt’s Altered State with your host Matt Slayershoes. 90s grunge to modern alternative, including bands like Tool, Primus, Alice in Chains & The Beta Machine.
The Hardrock for the Humpday Show
The Hardrock for the Humpday Show. The Ozzy Freak of Boulder Creek plays tunes based on a mix of new releases, deep cuts, and hard rock legends.
It Came From the 80's
Remember the 80’s? The neon clothes, the big hair, glam metal, Australian pop, and English post punk? ‘It Came From the 80’s’ is a show not bound by musical genre, the only limit is our imagination and the creativeness of Generation X.”
Shore to Shore
Music from around the globe!
the Artists' Headstash
Music from around the globe!With Mony Tills
Telemetric Transmissions. With host John Lehr. 60’s and 70’s music with psychedelic and garage bands that never left the garage.
The Drive-Time Show with Feltopia
Laurie and Kevco playing 20th century Americana with an edge. Local traffic and weather to help you home.
Earth Church with Smiley Green Earth Church is a sonic sojourn into the roots of select genres including World, Reggae, R&B, Soul, Beats, Blues and the American soundtrack. Listen to voices of the Roots movement in cultivation, culture, evolution and exploration of consciousness re-establishing our connection to each other, nature and all living things.
Reggae Soul Power Hour
With your host Big Bri and guests! Local traffic and weather with the Pintly Perspective beer review at 5:00pm.
Women's Music Co-Op
The Voice of KBCZ
Upstream with DJ Rae
Platterpus Descending with Scotty K
Redwood Radio spins the latest releases in the world of indie music.
As a musician , and a bluegrass music promoter, being founder of the Good Old Fashion and Brookdale Bluegrass festivals, Eric Burman has put on bluegrass festivals with his friends for over 25 years. Now, as Enrique Burmano, he shares with you the listener, the stories behind the festivals, the music and the artists.
The Metal from the Mountains Show
The Metal From the Mountains Show. The Ozzy Freak of Boulder Creek strives to play some neck snappin’ tunes. With an emphasis on new releases and a mix of all of the sub-genres of Metal music, you’re invited to crank it up to 11!
Sunday Morning Live!
With host Tina Davey, Sunday Morning Live! will invite talent into the lobby of KBCZ to perform live on-air.
Nothing is Beatleproof
with Scotty K