Upcoming Shows

UnAbbreviated Country

Fuzzy Mic

"If you want to teach the story so it only involves one group of people, then you’re going to leave out most of the history. If you tell more or less the truth, then the story might become more complicated or have more parts — some of which may even be uncomfortable — but it will be a much more interesting story." Henrique Prince - Ebony Hillbillies

Country is a big word. 

And genre is more an artifact of marketing than it is of music.

Because of basketball (GO AGS!), this is the only UnAbbreviated Country show this month.

For Black History Month we will highlight the country music of black artists, no matter what genre the record companies labeled it. A little bit of lecture (oh no! education! ick!) hiding behind a lotta bit of music.

 

Plus, a guest musician in studio.

Genre

Bluegrass, Blues, Country, Folk

Saturday 2/17/2018 @ 4:00PM - 6:00PM

Today's Aberration Tomorrow's Fashion

Jeffrey & Johnny Carlos

Genre

Eclectic

Saturday 2/17/2018 @ 6:00PM - 9:00PM

The Swear Jar

HIV

Genre

Eclectic, Electronic, Experimental, Hardcore, Noise, Post Punk

Saturday 2/17/2018 @ 9:00PM - 11:00PM

Live in Studio A

HIV

Genre

Any

Saturday 2/17/2018 @ 11:00PM - 12:00AM

Neonate: Fighting for a Future

M. Riot & Punk Roge

Genre

Hardcore, Old School Punk, Punk, Street Punk

Sunday 2/18/2018 @ 12:00AM - 2:00AM

It came from the Stacks

DJ Concha & DJ Lechuga

Genre

Eclectic

Sunday 2/18/2018 @ 2:00AM - 4:00AM

Supper Club

Dj Shakshuka

Genre

Funk, Hip-Hop, Indie Rock, Neosoul, Psych

Sunday 2/18/2018 @ 4:00AM - 6:00AM

Songs of Praise Gospel Program

Bobby H & Dr. Kwame & MrTee

Genre

Bible Study, Community Announcements, Gospel Music

Sunday 2/18/2018 @ 6:00AM - 8:00AM

In Focus/Perspective

Bernard Benson

Genre

Christian Folk, Christian Pop, Gospel, Hip Hop, Jazz, Religious Music, Spiritualized Music

Sunday 2/18/2018 @ 8:00AM - 10:00AM

Island Radio Cafe

Gary B. Goode

This was  what was shaken when The Beatles hit the U.S.A. shores 54 years ago. Please note there was still some surf happening at positions at 9, 17, 22 and 24. Surf reached its peek in the summer of 1963.

THIS WEEK, LATE 1964 WHEN ROCK GOT STRONGER

 


KFWB/98 Number 1 in Los Angeles Fabulous Forty Survey For Week Ending Feb. 15, 1964 Survey courtesy Mike Devich LW TW 1 1 I WANT TO HOLD YOUR HAND- K-F-W-Beatles- Capitol * 3 2 SHE LOVES YOU- K-F-W-Beatles- Swan 2 3 YOU DON'T OWN ME- Lesley Gore- Mercury * 4 4 UM, UM, UM, UM, UM- Major Lance- Okeh 13 5 I ONLY WANT TO BE WITH YOU- Dusty Springfield- Philips * 5 6 FOR YOU- Ricky Nelson- Decca * 12 7 A FOOL NEVER LEARNS- Andy Williams- Columbia * 9 8 KOKO JOE- Righteous Bros.- Moonglow * 14 9 PENETRATION- Pyramids- Best * 32 10 PLEASE PLEASE ME- K-F-W-Beatles- Vee Jay * 7 11 WHISPERING- April Stevens-Nino Tempo- ATCO* 22 12 HE SAYS THE SAME THINGS TO ME- Skeeter Davis- RCA Vic * 8 13 THE NITTY GRITTY- Shirley Ellis- Congress* 19 14 HIGH ON A HILL- Scott English- Spokane * 6 15 THERE! I'VE SAID IT AGAIN- Bobby Vinton- Epic * 23 16 SOUTHTOWN U.S.A.- Dixiebelles- Sou. St. 7 11 17 SURFIN' BIRD- Trashmen- Garrett 31 18 I WISH YOU LOVE- Gloria Lynne- Everest 25 19 HE WALKS LIKE A MAN- Jody Miller- Capitol * 33 20 GOOD NEWS- Sam Cooke- RCA Vic 17 21 BABY, I LOVE YOU- Ronettes- Philles 10 22 THE WEDGE- Dick Dale & Deltones- Capitol 20 23 WHAT'S EASY FOR TWO IS HARD FOR ONE- Mary Wells- Motown 28 24 SCATTER SHIELD- Surfaris- Decca * 27 25 MY ONE & ONLY JIMMY BOY- Girlfriends- Colpix * 18 26 SOMEWHERE- Tymes- Parkway 37 27 THERE'S A MEETIN' HERE TONIGHT- Joe & Eddie- Crescendo 34 28 BYE BYE BARBARA- Johnny Mathis- Mercury 39 29 MILLER'S CAVE- Bobby Bare- RCA Vic 35 30 WHAT KIND OF FOOL- Tams- ABC Par 15 31 COMIN' IN THE BACK DOOR- Baja Marimba Band- Almo * 30 32 PINK DOMINOES- Crescents- Era * Deb 33 DAWN- Four Seasons- Philips 38 34 LITTLE BOY- Crystals- Philles * 40 35 SO FAR AWAY- Hank Jacobs- Sue Deb 36 JAVA- Al Hirt- RCA Vic * Deb 37 STOP & THINK IT OVER- Dale & Grace- Montel * Deb 38 WHERE DID I GO WRONG- Dee Dee Sharpe- Cameo * Deb 39 WHO DO YOU LOVE- Sapphires- Swan * Deb 40 SUSPICION- Terry Stafford- Crusader * * RECORDS FIRST HEARD ON KFWB HEAR THE PREMIER OF THE NEW FABULOUS FORTY SURVEY SATURDAYS 2 TO 6 P.M. FAVORITE ALBUMS 1. MEET THE BEATLES- Beatles (Capitol) 2. PENETRATION- Pyramids (Best) 3. TENDER IS THE NIGHT- Johnny Mathis (Mercury) 4. YESTERDAY'S LOVE SONGS, TODAY'S BLUES- Nancy Wilson (Capitol) 5. AT THE PRISON OF SOCRATES- Tim Morgon (Fink)

Genre

Reggae

Sunday 2/18/2018 @ 10:00AM - 1:00PM