We’ve been rocking and rolling to such amazingness I almost lost count that we are on episode 36!!!!! There was a Riot Musical Fest going down for three whole days in Chicago. We were on the ground floor and we got the goods and live clips on everyone from Foo Fighters and Turnstile to Pennywise and Corey Feldman. We will highlight all the amazing happenings over the three day weekend. We will also look back at when Primus donned the Riot Fest Stage. We will mention the amazing guests that they have worked with along with their amazing album catalog. We dig into the saga of Uncle Tupelo. We finish by continuing down our Spooky Song catalog. Enforced is a great band to get the season going. Thank’s for surfing albums with us as always!
Episode 35 is filled to the brim with the Goods!!!! We start out going through some suggestions. Praxis, Reef and Dead Moon get us started in the right direction. We also talk the first track released off of the new Rolling Stones album Hackney Diamonds. We talk the No Doubt classic Tragic Kingdom. Pearl Jam just jammed two shows at the United Center. We have the word on how amazing the shows went. The Clash pushed the boundaries of sound. We go through what that has meant to music. We also talk Yellowcard and the amazing article my co penguin Svo just got done writing for the Sadistic Penguin Web Page. It’s Halloween season and we got Slayer! We also talk other scary tracks for Halloween! Thank you so much for tuning in and surfing through the tunes of time.
Welcome to my collection of awesome jams on episode 34! I had a blast going through lot’s of classics as the episodes stack up like a cool album collection. We start the show by honoring Jimmy Buffett and Steve Harwell. We then slip into new music by Royal Blood and The Black Pumas. A concert review of the recent Rob Zombie/Ministry/Alice cooper/Filter show. Tonight we take a little stroll with Weird Al. Dig deep into the beginnings of Radiohead. What happened to No Limit Records. Taking a look at some cassette tapes and so much more. Thank you for joining as we go OFF THE DEEP END!
We’re in your tape deck for episode 33! We are loaded with the classic and new in which you crave. Tonight we dig into some Rush. It being the first time were sure to include some treats. We also take a look at some deep cuts from Marvin Gaye. Will look back on classics from Traffic and TV On The Radio. Devo’s Debut is celebrating a birthday so we will look into that. Will talk a great loss and also see what concerts we have coming up. Will also talk about a few name mistakes that have been made. As always we’re here for a good time talking tunes with Tone. Make sure you’ve brought extra drumsticks because we are ready to rock.
I’ll admit it, I didn’t expect to be here at 30. For some reason, my 14-year-old self pictured me (us?) married, with kids, by 25. Don’t get me wrong – I’m happy where I’m at in my life. That being said, I can also recognize that I wouldn’t be stuck trying to meet people post-pandemic …