In 1977, arwulf arwulf began collaborating with students and community volunteers at WCBN in the capacity of a stream-of-consciousness announcer and obscure record collector. In early 1980, Program director Judy Schwartz assigned arwulf the 7-8 PM slot on Thursday nights. Initially named for James P. Johnson's stride piano composition "You've Got to be Modernistic", the show became "Face the Music" during the middle 1980s in response to widespread cultural confusion. In addition to serving at WCBN as a mentor, advisor and co-definer of our educational mission, wulfy works full time for the College of LSA at the University of Michigan as an I.S.S. Educational Media Consultant, part time at Encore Records, and writes for the Ann Arbor Observer. He is very happily married and gives much of his time, money and energy to a flock of hairy little felines.