By email@example.com on November 2, 2012
Health issues prevented me from celebrating Chuck Berry’s 86th birthday on October 18, so we celebrated it tonight with rarities and great cover versions.
Posted in backbeat, british invasion, Cannibals, chocolate watch band, chuck berry, crawdaddys, dave alvin, dave edmunds, david bowie, downliners sect, flamin' groovies, garage, gene vincent, groovie ghoulies, headcat, indie, jerry lee lewis, kinks, masters apprentice, music, neatbeats, Podcast, punk, regents, remains, replacements, rockpile, rolling stones, ronnie lane, suicide commandos, talk, tenpole tudor, thee headcoats, vince taylor, Wanda Jackson, yardbirds
By firstname.lastname@example.org on April 15, 2012
Nothing but songs about taxes and the government on this awful day where only accountants are happy.
Posted in bad religion, beatles, billy bragg, byrds, Cannibals, cheap trick, f.u.2, indie, johnny cash, johnny paycheck, kinks, mendoza line, music, music machine, nils, Podcast, realpunkradio, robert cray, Scott Hudson, sharon jones, spoon, talk, talking heads, tax, ten years after, the jam, the who, todd snider, unknowns
By email@example.com on March 2, 2012
Recently deceased Monkees singer Davy Jones is the focus of part of the show, along with a birthday tribute to Lou Reed.
Posted in 78 rpm's, barreracudas, borstal, Cannibals, celibate rifles, chris devotion, classics of love, cloud nothings, david bowie, davy jones, deer tick, dm bob & the deficits, dragons, garage, guitar gangsters, high on stress, howler, indie, kevin kinney, lou reed, magnolias, mind spiders, monkees, music, paul westerberg, pink mink, plimsouls, Podcast, punk, realpunkradio, Scott Hudson, sex pistols, skangkots, sugar, talk, thames, velvet underground, wyldlife
By firstname.lastname@example.org (Real Punk Radio) on October 16, 2010
All hands on deck! All hands on deck! Its time for the 16th cruise aboard the S.S. Mojo Workout. Three hours of comedy, back and forth banter, tales of the FBI, some music, and a special appearance by Mike Spenser … Continue reading →