The 90s. The Cool Lounge. 2b. 6-8 PM

2nite on The Cool Lounge, we’ll play some of my favorite Pop, Rap and R&B selections from the 1990s.

The Cool Lounge specializes in a wide variety of genre’s including Pop, R&B, Smooth Jazz, Hip-Hop, Indie and Classic Rock. TCL plays popular music but more than often you’ll find the best of the bay area’s underrated independent artists. Tune in weekly for a cool surprise. You might even catch a tribute to one of your favorite artists.

Nate Spears – Here’s Why That’s Funny

TODAY on Here’s Why That’s Funny on FCC Free Radio – It’s a beautiful…sunny* day in San Francisco, California, the only city in America where you can get vegan gelato on one corner and get robbed for it on the next block over. We had to put an asterisk after the word “sunny” because not unlike steroid use in baseball, sunshine in San Francisco makes things slightly more enjoyable, but it doesn’t REALLY count.

Today’s guest will be San Jose comic and friend of the show, Nate Spears, fresh from Comedy Machine Oakland and other cool stuff. Nate’s a funny guy, an awesome comic, and possibly just two lemurs in a trench coat pretending to be a human comedian. Either way, it’s going to be an awesome time.

Make sure you buy your tickets today to Here’s Why That’s Funny LIVE at The Purple Onion with your headliner Valerie Vernale! All proceeds go to Reading is Fundamental, UNLESS I DECIDE TO SAVE IT ALL FOR MYSELF MWUAHAHA. Nah, I wouldn’t do that. But it IS tempting. Join us on January 28th at the Onion for an awesome cause in these dark, dark times. Oh, and make sure you download this and every episode of HWTF, and remember that we care about you, and we think you’re special. See you mighty, mighty men at 2pm.

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The Unbound Sound Show!!!

phil_radioTonight, on the mighty USS from 8-10pm in Studio 1A, we bring you something old and something new (there might be something borrowed and blue, but who knows).

First up, they say the third time’s a charm and this is the 3rd time we’ve TRIED to have Suicide Queen on the show. They’ll get the usual newbie treatment – talking about their roots and influences while playing tracks off their upcoming album.

Then, our good pals The Honey Wilders will be joining us. It’s been a couple years since we’ve seen them so we’ll have a lot to catch up on and we’ll be sharing some new music from their album “If Our Mothers Only Knew.”

Tune in for some great independent music.

What’s Really Happening?

Welcome back to another Sunday of The What’s Really Happening show. I hope everyone is in good health or at least not in jail so they can listen in. Don’t worry, it’s a podcast so you can always listen later when you get out.  Today me Luke Aka walgreens and my co-host Sebastian Vego have a great show for you.  We will be starting off the show with opera singer Marnie Breckenridge.  Then we will be joined by comedians William Frank Gilbert AKA Willie G, Mekkin Roff, and Amir Malekpour.  The great Kenchasa Bryant will also be bringing some flavor to the show.

Lilycat on Stuff – Reptile Wines

Hello sweeties

This Sunday we will have Left Coast Writers – John Hewitt.

Over the past 40 years John Hewitt’s films and books have explored a mosaic of cultures and nationalities. A native of Los Angeles, he grew up in the smog of Southern California and, at various times, has worked as a newspaper and television reporter and editor, magazine writer, producer, cameraman, university professor and author of news writing textbooks as well as five novels. He has traveled in Mexico, Central and South America, Europe, Southeast Asia, Australia, Europe and the Middle East. His first three novels, Drone Baloney, Stranger in Baja, and Under the Padre’s Thumb, explored the bewildering culture in communities in Mexico’s Baja Peninsula. He currently lives in Northern California.


Sundays – Lilycat on Stuff – 1 A studio -12 -2PM

The Dubplate Soundsystem No. 29 – 01.14.16


A tremendous loss has your HUMBLE SELEKTAH on a difficult journey. Struggling to find his voice and regain his footing in recent months, the weekly sanctuary provided by the DUBPLATE SOUNDSYSTEM has been an immeasurable blessing. When the door to STUDIO 1A closes, the power of music takes over and the troubles of the outside world are temporarily non-existent. Tonight we’ll be joined by incomparable Reggae legends King Stitt, The Skatalites, Duke Reid and MANY, MANY MORE!! Join us tonight and every Saturday from 6pm – 8pm (PST) in STUDIO 1A only on San Francisco’s legendary outlaw radio station

Our schedules rarely allow us time to unwind and rejuvenate. If you miss our live show just follow the link to our archives – download our show, take a break from the rat race and listen to hours of the best Reggae available!!!! You can friend HUMBLE SELEKTAH or like the DUBPLATE SOUNDSYSTEM page on Facebook. Follow humble_selektah on Instagram and Twitter.

JMP Rewind from May 15th 2010 at 10 PM

Make sure to check out this JMP Rewind from May 15th 2010. This podcast has Susan Maletta as co-host. So it should be a funny show.  This happens at Saturday nights at 10:00 PM on the Studio 1A feed of FCCFREE Radio.

The Dick & Vic Soccer Hour – Offseason Black & Blues

In our debut episode on FCCFree Radio, Dick & Vic discuss the latest San Jose Earthquakes offseason news, including MLS SuperDraft picks, transfer rumors, signings and departures, as well as their brand new General Manager, Jesse Fioranelli. Will he institute an “Earthquakes Way” that fans can be proud of? Tune in and find out! Also on the agenda: World Cup expansion, European fixtures and US Soccer, both women’s and men’s national teams.

Real to Reel – This week’s guest include legendary impressionist Rich Little and actress Dee Wallace (E.T., Cujo, The Howling)

Join us this week for an one hour special with actress, Dee Wallace from such films as; E.T, Cujo, The Howling, The Hills Have Eyes and so many more. Dee talks about her career, her books, the MySelfie Bear and her appearance at the upcoming East Bay Comic Con on February 12th.

The greatest impressionist of all time, Rich Little will be calling in to discuss his new book, Little by Little: People I’ve Known and Been. Rich is a master impressionist and does them all from Jimmy Stewart, Ronald Reagan, George Burns to Jimmy Carson.  Rich is truly an amazing talent. Don’t miss this interview!

Plus our weekly movie talk and Golden Globe recap!



Get Those Spliffs Ready!!!

Make sure to tune inn to The Rasta Vibration Show with Dj Irie Selecta tonight! Dropping some older reggae riddims, And in our vinyl flashback series we will play tracks off of Gregory Issacs Lp “Can’t Stay Away” and Sanchez Lp “Stays On My Mind” It all goes down 7-10pm(pst) Live in Studio 1A!

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