By firstname.lastname@example.org (theledge) on February 10, 2023
Once again we have a show devoted primarily to material I’ve been listening to around the house. Honestly, since it was announced that Television’s Tom Verlaine had passed away on January 28, 2023, I have wanted to do a little tribute to him on The Ledge. So tonight you can hear a handful of his classic Television and solo tunes. RIP. There’s also a wide variety of tunes that comprise almost 60 years of rock and roll. There’s a handful of garage rock classics from the acclaimed Pebbles series. There’s a track from one of Robert Gordon’s collaborations with guitarist Link Wray. There’s also a sort of tribute to Burt Bachrach in the form of a Stranglers cover that somehow caught my ear a day or so before the announcement of his death. And there’s also a couple of sets of new tunes, primarily songs that were cut from last week’s new release episode, along with more cuts from recent Rum Bar Records releases. I’ve also premiered the newly reissued single from Popsicko on Big Stir Records, which was officially released today. (Look for a full album later this spring). Don’t think that I’ve forgotten about my yearlong sub-theme, “52 […]
By email@example.com on March 25, 2022
A few weeks ago, I put together a show featuring nothing but UK rock and roll from 1977. Well, here’s the US counterpart, two hours of some of the greatest records ever produced. And this show jumps around through genres quite a bit more than the UK episode, with not only some blistering punk rock but power pop, classic rock, and even some more experimental material that greatly influenced bands that came years and decades later. What’s also remarkable is just how much material some of these artists created in this fabulous year. Cheap Trick, Iggy Pop, and The Ramones all put out two full albums during these twelve months, while others followed up with another new album at the beginning of the next year. It was certainly a year of creativity. I would love it if every listener bought at least one record I played on either of these shows. These great artists deserve to be compensated for their hard work, and every purchase surely helps not only pay their bills but fund their next set of wonderful songs. And if you buy these records directly from the artist or label, please let them know you heard these tunes […]
By firstname.lastname@example.org on November 20, 2015
Fall is the season for box sets and live albums, and tonight is a preview of many of these releases.
Posted in alex chilton, bob dylan, cheetah chrome, drive-by truckers, eagles of death metal, jasmine minks, jesus and mary chain, music, neil young, Podcast, realpunkradio, richard hell, Scott Hudson, son volt, television, the jam, velvet underground, white fence, Wilco, willie nile, x-men
By email@example.com on May 15, 2015
Twin Peaks bassist Jack Dolan is interviewed by Live Ledge host Scott Hudson.
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By firstname.lastname@example.org on May 25, 2012
Is 1977 the greatest year in rock ‘n’ roll? Check out this show and judge for yourself.
Posted in 1977, adverts, boys, buzzcocks, cheap trick, clash, damned, dave edmunds, david bowie, devo, drones, eddie & the hot rods, elvis costello, garage, generation x, gizmos, graham parker, iggy pop, indie, jam, johnny thunders, jonathan richman, music, nerves, nick lowe, Podcast, punk, radio birdman, ramones, realpunkradio, rezilios, richard hell, runaways, saints, Scott Hudson, sex pistols, status quo, talk, talking heads, television, ultravox, vibrators, wire