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Options March 1, 2016: Kaz Underworld!
Chris T. interviews Kaz about his new book UNDERWORLD: From Hoboken To Hollywood.

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Today: Kaz Underworld
Today's show was recorded Sunday, February 28 at WORD in Jersey City and features my interview with Kaz about his career and new book Underworld: From Hoboken To Hollywood.

You've heard and seen me mention Kaz many times. That's because I can draw a line connecting everything in my life post-1986 to him. From my career in radio to meeting the woman who became my wife, none of it happened without WFMU and WFMU didn't happen without Kaz. Thanks, friend!

And thanks to everyone who came out on Sunday and especially to WORD Special Events Coordinator Katelyn and the staff of WORD Jersey City for being so accommodating. 

Don't forget: Thanks to Kaz and Fantagraphics I have TWO copies of the Underworld book (below) to give away during the Marathon! Just pledge to Aerial View and your name will be entered in the drawing.
 
Last Week: Love & Loss
Last week's show, which was an Aerial View Archive from Feb. 18, 1994, had all this and more:
  • Me complaining about my least favorite question.
  • Lots of echo.
  • Jim C., the host of the previous program.
  • A caller obsessed with Church Of The Subgenius.
  • A man drinking ZIma atop the Space Needle.
  • My short story Big Screen Man.
  • Same-sex cheating during a date.
  • Oral sex in a van.
  • More same-sex cheating at home.
  • Cheese-grater revenge on genitals.
  • Shakespeare quotes.
  • Legendary regular caller Mick from Lodi.
  • Good friend and very tall person Jim Ryan.
  • Aerial View fixture Mr. Chin.
You can "adopt" me for the Marathon by clicking the pic above!
My Last Marathon
Friends, it's been a long run but it'll soon be over. Aerial View will end by this July. I still haven't determined exactly when but July 4th will represent thirty years since I was first on the air at WFMU. I want to go until then but I haven't made a firm decision yet. 

Whenever Aerial View actually ends, this will be my last WFMU Fundraising Marathon. I'd like to make the best of it, so I implore you to support the show and my thirty years by making a generous pledge beginning next week, when the code will be available for pledging directly to the show.

Pledges of $75 or more to Aerial View get this year's limited-edition flip-top refillable lighter, with Chris T. illustration by Piersanti and graphics by Jack Taylor.

DON'T FORGET: Each week during the Marathon, one lucky pledger will get a copy of Underworld: From Hoboken To Hollywood, by Kaz!

Here are my Marathon Events:
Sunday, March 6, 12 Noon
The 2016 WFMU Fundraising Marathon begins and runs until Sunday, March 20, ending with the infamous Hoof & Mouth Sinfonia Finale live in Monty Hall on Sunday, March 20!
Fool's Paradise IconSaturday, March 12, 1 - 3 pm
I'll be MC'ing for Rex Doane on Fool's Paradise, your two-hour Excursion to Nowhere coming to you LIVE from a fur-lined fallout shelter in Jersey City! Expect to hear lots of schlock, bop and grease with the King Of Snacks and yours truly!
Fool's Paradise IconTuesday, March 15, 3 - 4 pm
I'm MC'ing for Matt on What's Happening?!?!  on the Ichiban Rock 'n' Soul stream. The Ichiban stream is always on in my house and this show will be LIVE so be sure to listen in!
Sunday, March 20, 7 pmMonty Hall
The Hoof & Mouth Sinfonia Finale takes place LIVE at Monty Hall, featuring WFMU's in-house band led by Scott Williams and a revolving cast of staff member vocalists. It's always a great time!
Obligatory Throwback Pic
Singing "Convoy" during the 2005 Hoof & Mouth Sinfonia Finale.
How many WFMU Staffers do YOU recognize?

Artist Track Year Format
Chris T.  Aerial View Intro in Grand Central Station   Options 2016  WAV 
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