KBCZ News RoundUp
The KBCZ News Roundup with hosts Julie O’ and Tina Davey. Monday through Thursday at 12:30pm the focus is on local news and events.
An interview show with host Rick Kleffel who had a long running show on KUSP. Rick speaks in depth with top authors.
Telemetric Transmissions. With host John Lehr. 60’s and 70’s music with psychedelic and garage bands that never left the garage.
The Mountain Road With Julie O
Julie O supplies the evening with magical Irish melodies that echo through the glen-er-the mountains.
Host Tina Davey invites non-profits to talk about the good work they do. If you would like Tina to shine a light on your non-profit, reach out to us to become a guest on Community Voices.
Rock It with PK
Rock It with PK presents 70’s music. Tuesdays 2:00pm- 4:00pm.
Tuesday Drive-Time with Broken Skyline
E.B.D. of Broken Skyline joins the Drive-Time Show and either has a weakness for sad songs that are kind of catchy or catchy songs that are actually very sad. Her show features music of all kinds from the last 40 years along with traffic and weather.
Dude Wow is the brainchild of punk rock drummer Aaron Bruski. The show combines a carefully curated playlist with fun bits as well as stories about the featured artists and interviews with some of the shreddiest shredders in the punk rock game. If you like it fast, melodic and technical, check out Dude Wow!
Grateful Dead Aficionado, Mr. Reyna takes us on a journey to see what a long trip its been. Wednesdays 1:00 to 3:00pm.
The Wednesday Afternoon Rock and Roll Drive-Time Show with Scotty K
Scotty plays rock and roll with a few surprises. Local traffic and weather.
Wade's World of Cannabis
Wade Attebury talks with industry leaders in the cannabis and hemp industry. Thursdays 10am
Julie takes her shot at playing 2 hours of Blue Grass, real mountain Grass! Thursdays 1:00pm-3:00pm
The Drive-Time Show with Feltopia
Laurie and Kevco playing 20th century Americana with an edge. Local traffic and weather to help you home.
Redwood Radio spins the latest releases in the world of indie music.
A collection of all your favorite jam bands. Phish, The Grateful Dead, Umphrey’s McGee and an assortment of many others. Hosted by Fannie. “Never miss a Sunday Show”
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 Jazz Report with PK
From the learned street, jazz is unrestrained but in control. It’s melody, rhythm, and harmony tossed about in the dirt. It’s black and white and hot and cool. It’s Louis Armstrong, Charlie Parker, Jaco Pastorius, Miles Davis, John Coltrane and it’s on – The Jazz Report
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.
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.
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.
with your host DJ Stir-Fry playing music from around the world with special guests and a focus on healthy living and meditation. Live meditation at 9:10am and at 10:10am.
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 Audio Files
Treat yourself to some Jazz on Friday afternoons with The Randyman.
The R-man promises a menu to cover all the bases, including traditional, big band, contemporary, fusion, latin, smooth, new age and everything in between. Send your requests to email@example.com
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.”
Take a journey with Scotty K through recorded sound from the curious to the bizarre. Not for the faint of heart.
Reggae Soul Power Hour
With your host Big Bri and guests! Local traffic and weather with the Pintly Perspective beer review at 5:00pm.
Jeffro's Friday Rock Show
Jeff digs deep to find the rock gems from around the world joining KBCZ’s loudest night of the week.
The Voice of KBCZ
The Mike D Show
The Mike D. Show High atop the redwoods and deeeeep in the forest, its The Mike D. Show “Playing…whatever!”
Mi Ruca, lowrider music by Mr. Reyna. Saturdays noon to 1pm
As a musician , and a bluegrass music promoter, Eric has put on bluegrass festivals with his friends for over 25 years. He is the director of the Good Ol’ Bluegrass Festival. Now, Enrico Burmano shares with you the listener, the stories behind the festivals, the music and the artists.
Electronic Tonic, with host Tim Huxley is a mix of electronic music of all genres, including downtempo, mid tempo, funk, soul, house and hip hops beats and breaks, beat matching vinyl records and digging deep into the mp3 archives to bring a unique and eclectic mix of new and old tracks.
Sunday Evening Emo-Scene Revival Show
Sunday Evening Emo-Scene Revival Show; Playing 90-2000s Rock, Punk, Emo, Rave, & Thrasher Music, with some 80s goth/industrial and a few newer tracks mixed in.
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!
Pixels to Plastic
Pixels to Plastics. Playing bitesize dance music from the last 50 years with your host Taylor Wolfson.