Hosted by Pat Barr, Electrical Radio Program's KSUL Fridays is a DJ hosted (or curated as we say in the 21st century) show featuring a wide, sometimes weird assortment of music from classic rock, progressive music, modern rock, R & B, jazz, world, and pop to Americana and orchestral music. A little background on the artists and a few cheesy jokes complete the picture.
Originating from the L.A. Radio Studio and featuring a colorful bunch of program hosts playing personal favorites, we frequently feature the following song pickers on the weekend:
Breakfast with Bill features the music of guitar hero/experimental musician Bill Nelson. Releasing at least a couple of albums per year for many years, plus live recordings and collaborations, Bill's output of vocals and instrumentals could probably stock a small record shop.
KSUL's own Kevin Poore hosting hand curated, hand uncrated Long Playing music.
Phil Hulett and Friends, hosted by the Southern California news anchor & KSUL alumnus. It's classic-format talk show featuring news, features, and entertainment coverage; often light, but sometimes in depth as well. Hey, they're flexible!
WWOP hosted by Ozzy (no, not that Ozzy). "You hear the word Jazz and your world suddenly opens up."
Flavor of the Month hosted by Steven Wilson (but not that Steven Wilson).
Rob's British Beat is rock and rock-ish from the far side of the Atlantic. "You want it like you wanted to kiss your first date!"
Karl Beavers' Listen! Hear! "Your MIND IS NOW HIS TO PLAY WITH! "
Headphone Theatre features mostly original radio theatre, mostly with a sense of humor. Listen and enjoy (if you can), then check our Archive page for downloadable copies of the shows after they are broadcast.