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The official wiki about the long-running award-winning TV program Soundwaves (1983-2008) and its various spin-offs and specials. Soundwaves aired for 25 years from March 30, 1983 to October 1, 2008 and produced 500 episodes.
The holiday-based fundraiser Soundwaves Christmas has aired annually since December 18, 1989 on various stations throughout Northern California. The 2014 edition of Soundwaves Xmas aired December 6, 2014.
Planet Capricorn has several new Soundwaves-based projects in the works: Soundwaves FM is a weekly digital music program hosted by Dennis Willis and Steven Kirk, airing exclusively on Mixcloud and soundwavesTV.com. The show premiered March 27, 2015, three days before Soundwaves' anniversary.
Welcome to SoundwavesEdit
On March 27, 2015, Planet Capricorn announced Welcome to Soundwaves, the first full-length motion picture to cover the history of the show, and it's place in pop culture.
From the official Welcome to Soundwaves website:
Featuring rare footage, stills, and exclusive interviews with musicians, producers and fans, WELCOME TO SOUNDWAVES is an entertaining and surprisingly honest look at the power of music and friendship, and the need to remain relevant in a digital age. WELCOME TO SOUNDWAVES is a love letter to an era that found an entire generation connecting with music through MTV, the Walkman, and the explosion of all-day music festivals. The music video generation is the most dedicated nostalgic group in pop culture history, and even now, the influences of the 80s are everywhere. It’s the party that never ends!
The official 30th anniversary logo.
Soundwaves TV (2014)
On the set of the new Soundwaves show.
An annual rock and roll fundraiser to raise food, clothing and toys for Bay Area families.