Local FM station KX 93.5 is debuting four new radio programs. Singer/songwriter Matt Costa hosts “Colored Glass Radio” airing on Tuesdays at 11 p.m. and features obscure recordings hand-picked by Costa, who has produced four albums over the past decade.
On Fridays at 9 p.m. “Alter-Native,” a rock/reggae show featuring artists like The Clash, Sublime, Bob Marley and 311 among others is hosted by Wayne Jobson, a two-time Grammy winning producer.
“American Parlor Songbook,” airing Sundays at 4 p.m., is recorded live every week at clubs and theaters around Southern California and features original songs, stories, sketches, and special guests from stand-up comedians to musical raconteurs. It’s hosted from the piano by composer J.P. Houston and wife Julie Van Dusen.
And, “Talking Ventures,” airing Saturdays at 7 a.m., explores current business and economic trends hosted by business executive Justin Klein. Expect interviews with local business leaders and entrepreneurs to discuss opportunities, challenges and experiences related to their industry and the broader economy.
“KX 93.5 has been Laguna’s only FM for more than three years, and it hopes to continue expanding its content and growing its national recognition among listeners and musicians,” said Program Director and Founder Tyler Russell.