A Celegration of 30 years of Morning Becomes Eclectic

Listen to the archived broadcast of the program, originally aired on September 3, 2007

Archived broadcast:     Tom Schnabel     Chris Douridas     Nic Harcourt                                 Show Playlist

Performance Highlight

KCRW.com is pleased to announce the launch of a special interactive feature to accompany the 30-year anniversary celebration of Morning Becomes Eclectic. Launching on Labor Day, the online special extends the broadcast experience by featuring rare, full-length audio and video performances and interviews with artists such as Tom Waits, Coldplay, Beck, and Ravi Shankar.

Accessible via kcrw.com, the online special will also include slideshows featuring rare photographs of the artists at KCRW's studios and a downloadable playlist of each Music Director's Top 10 songs from the era during which they were hosts MBE. Also included are web-exclusive conversations of each Music Director with longtime KCRW friend and supporter, Tracey Ullman.

Tom Schnabel
Tom Schnabel was KCRW's first music director and host of Morning Becomes Eclectic from 1977-1990. He currently hosts Café LA, featuring the latest and best in jazz and international music.
Chris Douridas
Chris Douridas was KCRW's second music director and host of Morning Becomes Eclectic from 1990-1998. He currently hosts New Ground, featuring live performances and interviews with icons of the past and artists of the future.
Nic Harcourt
Nic Harcourt is KCRW's music director and current host of Morning Becomes Eclectic. He also hosts the two-hour nationally syndicated radio program, Sounds Eclectic.

Morning Becomes Eclectic at 30:
Exploring groundbreaking music for thirty years

KCRW's signature music program Morning Becomes Eclectic has been on the air for thirty years. Celebrate three decades of music with the three programmers – who together have helped shape the musical landscape of Los Angeles and beyond.

Please join us as we take a trip through the years with songs and live performances from some of the musicians and artists who have made a difference to our lives, and are part of the ongoing heritage of Morning Becomes Eclectic.

– Nic Harcourt

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