On Wednesday Oct. 2 at noon, Sound Waves will welcome East Coast Surfing Hall Of Fame member Sharon Wolfe and Melody DeCarlo from the Cocoa Beach Surf Museum to discuss the upcoming 4th annual Women Of The Waves celebration October 11 & 12.
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This special edition re-broadcast at 3 p.m. this Friday, Sept. 27 will feature interviews with the director of the Indian River Lagoon Program at St. Johns River Water Management District and the Executive Director of the Marine Resources Council.
In addition, there will be plenty of songs to help drive the point home, and how you can bring awareness to our elected officials by attending "Hands Across the River", this Saturday morning from 9 to 10 am at 8 area Indian River Bridges.
Since January, we have lost hundreds of manatees, pelicans and dolphins and the numbers continue to grow.
Foot stomping, suitcase kicking, banjo strumming Americana band Big Kettle Drum joins Sound Waves in the studio on Friday, September 13 at noon.
Big Kettle Drum is an honest, hard-working Americana band that has fought through adversity to release its highly anticipated 2013 EP entitled NantucketCircle, which deals in part to the band’s front man Brant Menswar coping with his young son’s recovery from a rare blood cancer, Myleodysplastic Syndrome. The songs are gritty, heartfelt and spiritually uplifting.
Tune in to Freedom in the Groove this Labor Day night, Sept. 2, at 10:00 p.m. for a live interview with perennial jazz figure, Spike Wilner.
In addition to being a highly gifted pianist, Wilner is also Co-owner of Smalls Jazz Club, a popular venue located in New York City. We will be discussing the revolutionary happenings at Smalls, including live-streamed performance videos and an Artist Revenue Sharing program.