Chadbourne is one of the first American free improvisors, the god-father of the alt-country genre, a maverick master of the guitar and banjo.
Join WCBN and the Sweetland Center for Writing for this recurring interview series.
Robin Queen is a UM professor of linguistics and will talk about everything from gender and sexuality to language variation on TV to humain-canine interation.
Update: It’s over now! A thousand thanks to everyone who gave during our fundraiser. It's thanks to you that we can continue to offer students at the U-M a unique creative and professional development experience like this—and that we can continue to broadcast the most special freeform, specialty, and talk shows for your listening pleasure.
If you forgot to give, though, it's not too late to give online!
DON’T THINK I’VE FORGOTTEN: CAMBODIA’S LOST ROCK AND ROLL tracks the twists and turns of Cambodian music in the 1950s and 1960s as it morphs into rock and roll, blossoms, and is nearly destroyed along with the rest of the country in the mid-1970s.
Director John Pirozzi spent over a decade piecing together this documentary from rare footage and recordings, and conducted interviews with the few surviving Cambodian rock musicians from the era before Pol Pot.
This screening was organized by the Center for Southeast Asian Studies and is co-sponsored by WCBN; the Department of Screen Arts and Cultures; the School of Music, Theatre & Dance; and the Center for World Performance Studies.
We are so happy to announce that a feature has been added to our new playlist based on a huge number of requests.
Yes! You can search the playlist now! Just click here or go to the Playlist page and look to the upper right corner.
Please enjoy to your heart's content.
Our little end of year gift to you.
Ed Special's Xmas Eve Radio Party hits the airwaves Thursday from 1am to noon and 8 to 10pm.
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