Bob Fass

Bob Fass (born June 29, 1933) is an American radio personality and pioneer of free-form radio, who has broadcast in the New York region for over 50 years. Fass’s program, Radio Unnameable, first aired in 1963 on WBAI, a listener-sponsored, non-commercial radio station operating out of New York City. From the beginning the show featured the work, and impromptu interviews, of counterculture figures such as Paul Krassner, Bob Dylan, and Abbie Hoffman, and the first performances of Arlo Guthrie’s Alice’s Restaurant and Jerry Jeff Walker’s Mr. Bojangles among others.

Bob Fass can be heard every Thursday night from midnight to 3am on listener sponsored WBAI 99.5FM or

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