If you'll be out pickin' pockets at the Atlantic Antic street fair in Brooklyn this Sunday (Sept 28th), be sure to drop by the WFMU tent! We'll be hawking swag and swapping high-fives on the south side of Atlantic Ave between Clinton and Henry (closer to Henry), noon-6pm.
Ken and Andy return to the stage for a live taping of the first Seven Second Delay Almost Amateur Hour on Friday, Oct 10th (8pm) in Monty Hall (43 Montgomery St, Jersey City). Tickets will be $5 at the door. We're looking for performers - bands, singers, jugglers, comedians, to each perform for exactly two minutes and 35 seconds. Contact Ken if you're interested in performing.
A lovely specimen of WFMU T-shirt has made its way into one of those internet videos making fun of record geeks: watch it here. (Seven Second Delay volunteer Gaby stars in the vid).
In case you missed it...
- Faye hosted a live set by pop heroes Jad Fair and Danielson: listen
- Michael Shelley interviewed songwriter/performer P.F. Sloan: listen
- And check out Tashi Dorji and Sir Richard Bishop recorded live at Monty Hall for Brian Turner's show: listen
Honk NYC! and Rob Weisberg of Transpacific Sound Paradise present a night of brass band insanity at Monty Hall on Oct 16th! Performers include PaKaVa It, Radio Kaizman, Chaotic Noise Marching Corps, and Environmental Encroachment. Tickets available here ($10). Monty Hall is located at 43 Montgomery St, Jersey City.
The Velvet Underground's Nico is brought back to life by Tammy Faye Starlite, who will perform live at Monty Hall on Friday, Oct 17th! A recent New York Times review of Tammy's performance calls it "howlingly funny." WFMU's own Chris T. will interview "Nico" and plenty of songs shall be sung during this outrageous theatrical event. Tickets $10.
Got a beater parked in your driveway? WFMU seeks donations of used vehicles from any state in the U.S. and in any state of disrepair. It's a great way to help your favorite freeform radio station earn a few bucks, while you get a tax write-off (and extra driveway space). Call 1-855-WFMU-CAR (855-936-8227) to arrange for vehicle pick-up (it's free).