Here is Jake Ziller and Rosslyn’s playlist for Sunday August 30 4 PM – Monday August 31 7 AM: 08302015-ETRR
Here is the over night for 8/25/15:
Jake and Rosslyn have decided what tonights show will sound like. Wear your helmet! So if the creek doesn’t rise and the walnut doesn’t fall off the ledge and crack it’s shell here is the link to tonight’s playlist:
They do it again. Jake Ziller and Rosslyn have come up with another fun show. Tune in to www.radiosunnyside.org for the best overnight music and community affairs from Flagstaff, AZ.
Jake Ziller and Rosslyn continue their run with a crazy great show tonight. Here is there playlist for the End Times Radio Rodeo Roundup for Friday August, 21, 2015:
Jake Ziller and Rosslyn ran a killer set last night. A fan asked for the play list so here it is:
After 20 years of organizing Community Radio has come to Flagstaff! Come contribute to your community radio station!
All donations at the door go to help KSZN pay our ongoing operating costs. We have T-shirts, window stickers and bumper stickers! A huge raffle with tons of prizes; and a gigantic live music lineup featuring local favorites and a few surprises. Music starts at 5 pm, and continues through the night on both stages. Come on down, lay some Franklins and Jacksons on us! Buy a stack of raffle tickets and celebrate, congratulate, and support! Food! Beer! T-shirts! Fun!
5:00 Tony Norris
5:30 Clair Anna Rose
6:00 Joseph Langham and the Suns of Glory
6:45 Avtar Khalsa
7:45 Brian Benham
8:45 Aly Jay
9:00 Summit Dub Squad
10:00 Funkenstein Jam, featuring members of Lobe, Deepa, and Phantom Vibration
11:00 Old-school funk & hip-hop dance party with DJ Soe
Radio Sunnyside KSZN-LP 101.5 FM is Flagstaff’s Voice of the People
Your Community radio station
We will have an information booth with raffle prizes and gifts under the blue pop up at the carnival on 4th St. Saturday, May 16 & Sunday, May 17. Sign up to for training to become one of the next DJs.
Community Radio station KSZN-Flagstaff 101.5 FM, Radio Sunnyside is selecting and training program hosts. Have you thought it would be fun to spin records on a radio station? Share your music collection or knowledge of music history with the world? How about having access to the largest public access music library in Northern Arizona? Or maybe you like music but are more interested in hosting a radio program that interviews your neighbors about issues they are concerned about and folks who are active in making the world a better place.
To be eligible for selection as a programmer or program host you must attend the one of our four May meetings where you will fill out a volunteer application and interview with our Volunteer Coordinator or Project Leader. Please email us at email@example.com to RSVP. We will send you the meeting times and location.