Alice Woelfle

Program Director

Alice is the Program and Music Director at KZYX. She is the host of Music Without Borders Mondays from 10-noon, a show featuring new music across all genres. She is also the co-host of Trading Time each Saturday at 11. Alice grew up in Venice, Ca the daughter of a children’s author and an artist. She attended college in Pittsburgh PA, and London, England. Following that she spent eight years in sustainable agriculture working with sheep, cattle, goats and horses on ranches in Oregon and California. Alice has worked as a musician, teacher, chef, youth mentor, activist, and rancher. In addition to her work at KZYX she operates a small sheep ranch in Anderson Valley.

Snap Judgment is a themed, weekly  storytelling show. We focus on presenting compelling personal stories - mixing killer beats with real drama to produce cinematic, dramatic and kick-ass radio. We are produced in partnership and distributed through WNYC Studios.

Kamasi Washington has been called the jazz voice of Black Lives Matter. He was raised in notoriously violent South Central Los Angeles during the gang wars of the 1980s and 90s, but mentorship from his musical parents and LA's black artist community steered him away from gang life and towards the music of Coltrane, Stravinsky, and Snoop Dogg, with whom he toured out of college.  Washington’s musical relationships and style blend funk hip-hop jazz and classical. He is a rare communicator who's poise and charisma account for his broad appeal.

In the late 1960s Dewey Redman played saxaphone in a band called Old And New Dreaming with Ornette Coleman, charlie Hayden, and Don Cherry. His son Joshua Redman has just released an album which pays homage to his father's work with that band. Joshua Redman is one of the most creative talents in jazz today, his group plays with a deep musical sensitivity and connection to each other. The songs are beautiful, sometimes playful, and display a great range of expression.

On June 26th KZYX bids a fond farewell to Paul Schulman and Radiorama! After eighteen years Paul has decided it's time to hang up the headphones. The wonderful latin/cuban/mambo music will be missed on Wednesdays. Thanks so much for all the amazing music over the years, you will be missed Paul! Paul may return as a substitute occasionally so keep your ears up for that. Wednesday afternoons will now be filled exclusively by DJ Christinas Mendo Blendo.

Snap Judgment is a storytelling phenomenon. Created by Glynn Washington in Oakland California, and co-produced by WNYC Studios, Snap delivers a raw, intimate, musical brand of narrative — daring audiences to see the world through the eyes of another.  Snap Judgment mixes real stories with killer beats to produce cinematic, dramatic, kick-ass radio. It’s storytelling, with a beat.

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