The Weed Patch: Music of the Psychedelic ’60s
Second Fridays, 6–8 pm
Take a trip back to the days of beads, long hair, tear gas in the streets, underground FM radio, and free concerts in the park with the Grateful Dead, the Quicksilver Messenger Service, the Jefferson Airplane, Country Joe and the Fish, Janis and Big Brother, It’s a Beautiful Day, and many, many more—if we could only remember their names. Fair warning: An open mind and a psychedelic attitude are highly recommended. For those who missed it or who have forgotten they were there, attitude adjustment and training will be provided.
Born in 1951, is a child of the ’60s, a California native who has lived on the Georgetown Divide for 35 years and is a founding member of KFOK Community Radio. He is also a recording artist and performer with a 30-year career that includes 24 titles of original music. This program, a journey into the past that revisits many of David’s favorite songs from his youth, also discovers many hidden gems that are seldom heard.
Professional Porch Sitters Union Local No. 4300
Alternate Sundays, 6–7 pm
Get unbusy with Cornelius and cohost Buzz Chernoff at the Professional Porch Sitters Union Local No. 4300. Sit down with a glass of lemonade and join in on porch chatter about the weather, goings-on in the community, gardening, raising chickens, road repairs, gourmet recipes, fishing, or whatever else comes to mind, plus stories, music, and a whole lot of fun.
Like his cohost, is a local ham who loves to talk and tell stories. He and Buzz are regulars at the Marshall Grange Young at Heart Players Monthly Bistro and Coffeehouse. Cornelius has been a broadcaster at KFOK since the days when the studio was behind the barbershop.
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