The Community Chat segment will bring you interesting citizens from our beautiful Sun City West and surrounding areas. Community leaders, organizations, local residents, the list is endless. Here in our own community we have a wealth of interesting folks to share their stories with you.
News and events about golf in Sun City West
Do you love golf? Then you’ll love “Talkin’ Golf.” It’s a weekly show on KSCW hosted by golf operations director Pat O’Hara and Dan Hern. Catch up on Sun City West golf news and events and learn golfing tips.
“Tributes,” is a variety program created by Linda Marek with contributions from a variety of KSCW hosts. The shows are designed to pay homage to those who have made significant contributions to the music industry and radio, whether they be musicians, songwriters, genres of music or musical instruments.
Sunday at 10 a.m.
Host: Dave Oz
Dave hosts “Cool Jazz Cafe” featuring melodic and artful guitars, saxophones, pianos, trumpets, drums and more, with a touch of your favorite R&B artists like Bob James, George Benson, Peter White, Paul Hardcastle and Spyro Gyra, Marvin Gaye, Booker T & The MGS, Herb Alpert, Barry White, Earth Wind and Fire and more. Sunday’s from: 10:00 a.m. to noon.
Contact Dave at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday at 7 p.m.
Host: Dave Oz
Join Dave for “Anything Goes” featuring music from the 50’s thru the 80’s, as well as deep tracks, extended plays, forgotten hits or one hit wonders. You never know what Dave has in store.
Contact Dave at: email@example.com
The “Sinatra and Friends” series was originally created and produced by Wayne Selly of Selly Broadcast Services and was first aired on KBEM-FM in Minneapolis. Tune in each Sunday evening at 7:00pm to hear your favorite Sinatra songs and Frank’s best friends with some of their all time favorites.
Saturday at 8 a.m.
Each week, award-winning journalist and host, Paul Vogelzang presents a topic of interest to seniors. His interviews will inform and inspire you to pursue your passions and create a life of purpose, adventure and significance. His guests come from the National Institute of Health, National Institute on Aging, National Science Foundation, Smithsonian, and the worlds of entertainment, sports, business and more.
Maggie takes you on an hour-long trip back in time.
Host: Maggie Wright
My show ‘Boomer Tunes’ shares golden oldie music that TOUCHED us as a Baby Boomer Generation. The purpose of the show is to start a conversation… to get the community listening, remembering, and sharing their favorite memories and songs from their teen/young adult lives from the 1950s through the 1980s. Whether you like the Everly Brothers, Chicago, or Michael Jackson, you can hear them all on KSCW radio’s ‘Boomer Tunes.’ Hearing certain songs from the past brings back memories that bring us together as a generation and a community. So, let’s start sharing!
Send me your memories and requests: BoomerTunes@Cox.net
Sunday at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Hank plays your favorite gospel music.
If you like Old-Fashioned Southern Gospel and Bluegrass Gospel, then start your day out right on Sunday mornings and tune into Hank Hagy and The Gospel Music Hour at 8 a.m. Then finish the evening at 6 p.m. with another session of that good old hand-clapping, foot-stomping gospel music. You will hear the singers and groups we grew up with. Listen for the Blackwood Brothers, The Jordanaires, and J.D. Sumner & The Stamps. On the Bluegrass Gospel side you will hear The Bluegrass Cardinals, The Carter Family, and J.E. Mainer and The Mountaineers. Take yourself back to the old-fashioned camp meeting music with Hank Hagyand the Gospel Music Hour.
Joel hosts “JP’s Blues Room” featuring the best in blues music from the 50s to now. From the Delta Blues to Chicago Blues and everywhere in between, JP will get your toes tapping. Tune in and listen to one of the great American institutions that influenced R&B, soul, jazz, country and of course rock and roll. Joel also provides a wealth of informational “tidbits” about the artists and the songs. And remember…..”The Blues had a baby, and they named it Rock & Roll”.
All times are Arizona time. Remember, Arizona does not “spring” ahead or “fall” back.
Other Voices You Hear On KSCW