The Deep End is a rock/blues program featuring an array of album tracks, rarities, and live recordings from a wide range of artists, both known and obscure. The theory behind the program is to present listeners with a progressive alternative to the monotony of mainstream rock radio as well as to provide a broadcast outlet for a wealth of world class music that is without a forum in the restricted world of commercial broadcasting.
Audio Visual features an eclectic assortment of music from 1920s blues artists like Robert Johnson and Victoria Spivey to modern day folk/rock artists like Bonnie Raitt and Keb Mo, with a good assortment of jazz, bluegrass, newgrass and pop found in between. "You're likely to hear just about anything," host Andy LaMarca says. He’s a fan of all different kinds of music, many of which find their way into the Audio Visual mix each Friday night.
Joe Frank began his career in 1976 at WBAI, in New York City. In his Saturday night show, “In the Dark,” he experimented with live freeform radio featuring his monologues and actor improvisations. It was during this period that Joe’s bizarre and original vision quickly drew increasingly larger audiences.
In 1978, Joe was hired to co-anchor Weekend Edition on National Public Radio’s “All Things Considered.” But a life in journalism soon lost its appeal, and Joe returned to producing radio shows for NPR Playhouse.
Over the course of the next three decades Joe produced over two hundred radio programs for KCRW, Santa Monica, and NPR.
Throughout his career, Joe has been honored with many major industry awards, including the George Foster Peabody Award, and an Emmy. Over the years Joe’s distinctive approach to making radio has inspired producers around the country to experiment with and stretch the med
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