The FTP New Music Show

Background

Growing up in Southern California, Tim got his start in commercial radio on 91X (XTRA-FM) back in 1998, Hosting the all local Loudspeaker show and the new music show The Lab, in addition to weekend shifts.  In 2004 he joined FM94/9 (KBZT) to Host the all local show The Local 94/9 and to do weekend shifts.  For several years he hosted a new music show on FM94/9 called the FTP Show, that has since been canceled, but can be heard right here on KX93.5 now.  Tim also works on the NBC production of SoundDiego which airs on NBC 7/39 after Saturday Night Live in San Diego and does local booking for the Casbah and Hard Rock Hotel.  With the FTP Show expect to hear new music, the latest releases and maybe some reissues, from rock to electronic.  Tim can be seen at a show almost every night of the week in San Diego but often travels to Orange County and LA to see bands.  Bonus question – the first person who reads this and asks about the tattoo of my face on my back, gets a prize!

Is it true, what they say about millennials? Boomer Sheran James of The Sharin’ Hour on KX 93.5 discusses their bad rap with 23-year-old millennial Steph Weaver Weinberg, KX 93.5’s music and program director. Included: some facts, some factoids and an interesting new scientific classification of millennials.
This Fantasy Can Rock N Roll and Party Whenever, our headliner features live and in-studio cuts, includes Detroit Rock City, All American Man, Heavens On Fire, Tomorrow And Tonight, God Gave Rock N Roll To You, Calling Dr. Love, Shock Me, Shout It Loud, Larger Than Life, I Want You, and God Of Thunder.
is it obvious it’s pre-recorded?  is the immediacy not there?  the timely social commentary a bit off-kilter, like a psychic trying desperately to train focus?  no matter — it’s all been prepped & ziplocked for your listening pleasure.  Robert Palmer once said “maybe it’s live.”  well maybe it’s not.  new Ubu & NE-HI, some shrinking […]