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January 01, 1990 - November 17, 2012 + Garth Trinidad

Femi Kuti listen
Garth interviews Femi Kuti, son of Afro Beat legend Fela Anikulapo Kuti.

Me'shell Ndegeocello listen
Me'Shell Ndegeocello DJs on Chocolate City.

Francisco Acuabella
Garth Trinidad welcomes Francisco Acuabella, the Afro-Cuban jazz artist, for an interview in the 11 o'clock hour. Francisco Acuabella will be performing live at the...

John Clayton
John Clayton of the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra (and Hollywood Bowl Jazz Director) is Garth-s guest in the 11 o'clock hour.

Ursula Rucker
Ursula Rucker (urban street poet known for her work with King Britt, 4 Hero, and The Roots) performs live in the 11 o'clock hour.

Speech (formerly of Arrested Development) joins Garth Trinidad in the 11 o'clock hour. Speech performs July 20 & 21 at "Kneedeep in the Countdown"...

Rob Swift
Garth hosts a live set and interview with Bob Swift from the east coast DJ crew, "The Executioners" (performing July 10 at Atlas).

Bennie Maupin
Garth interviews jazz saxophonist, Bennie Maupin, who is performing at "Bootstrap Creative Emergence" - a three day jazz collective, June 11-13, in Venice, CA.

Sway and King Tech
Garth interviews Sway and King Tech from the "World Famous Wake Up Show" (locally found on KKBT).

Jerry Quickley
Garth Trinidad interviews poet Jerry Quickley, who's part of the "L.A. Poetry Slam Team," in the 11 pm hour. He'll talk about the benefit concert...

Margaret Cho

Saul Williams
Saul Williams, renowned spoken word artist and star of the film "Slam," joins Garth in the studio for conversation and some freestyle poetry

Black Eyed Peas listen
Black Eyed Peas, a local L.A. hip-hop group, featured on the Bulworth soundtrack visit KCRW for a live performance. Their set includes their single,...

Local L.A. jazz musician and producer JMD ("The Pharcyde," "Freestyle Fellowship"), serves as guest d.j. He spins new exclusive work from "Freestyle Fellowship" and...

N'dea Davenport
N'dea Davenport, former lead singer of The Brand New Heavies, visits the studio to talk about her solo release.