Psychedelic Radio Head Shoppe on KUNM

Deep tracks from the rock 'n' roll underground. Electric music for the mind and body from the '60's & '70's.

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Sat. 11/14 10p: "The Seeds - Pushin' Too Hard," is an acclaimed rockumentary charting the incredible rise and bizarre fall of the original flower punks.  This Saturday night on the Psychedelic Radio Head~Shoppe we'll have a conversation with the film's director, Neil Norman and the film's producer Alec Palao.  We'll discuss the creation of the film, The Seeds, and the Los Angeles rock scene of the mid to late 1960's.  



  Sat. 9/13 10p:  Tune in for  a conversation with Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull.  Ian talks about his new CD release "Homo Erraticus," his upcoming tour and appearance in Albuquerque, the evolution of Jethro Tull, and working in the 21st century music industry.  

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Sat. 8/16, 10p: Join us to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the Woodstock Festival in 1969.   We'll feature the music of the festival along with remembrances and reflections from Woodstock attendees. Also, special guest, singer-songwriter, Woodstock performer "Melanie" will call in to share her experience at the legendary festival.  Three hours of Woodstock memories on Psychedelic Radio Head~Shoppe.

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Sat. 8/9/ 10p: We pay tribute to the late Jerry Garcia.  It is the 19th anniversary of the untimely death of this icon in American music.  The legions of Deadheads worldwide continue to grow, as the music of Jerry Garcia and the Grateful Dead continue to transcend generations.  We will feature music from the catalogs of Jerry Garcia and the Grateful Dead.  Rounding our tribute, special guest Jonathan Longcore will offer his reflections on his personal and musical relationship with Jerry Garcia.  

Sat. 6/16 10p: KUNM's Psychedelic Radio Head Shoppe and Sound Opinions mark the 45th anniversary of one of the most significant years in rock and roll. 1967 was the year that the recording studio as an instrument changed the way music is created; that the album as a united concept changed the way it is heard; that the festival experience remade the way music is celebrated live. Pop music became big business.

Sat. 11/5 10p: The Strolling Scones will make a visit to the Psychedelic Radio Head~Shoppe.  Rick Stockton & Helen Highwater, will drop by to discuss their upcoming new release, an EP, entitled "Something Happening In The Air,"  their upcoming tour dates, and the evolution of the band.