So Old It’s New set list for Monday, June 4, 2018

1. Pink Floyd, Echoes (request)
2. Leo Kottke, Bumblebee (request)
3. The Rolling Stones, Stray Cat Blues
4. Iron Maiden, El Dorado
5. Neil Young, El Dorado (not the same song  )
6. Small Faces, Ogden’s Nut Gone Flake
7. Eagles, Early Bird
8. Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen, Lost In The Ozone
9. Donovan, Epistle To Dippy
10. J.Geils Band, Serves You Right To Suffer
11. Johnny Cash, (There’ll Be) Peace In The Valley (live at San Quentin)
12. Jethro Tull, Black Satin Dancer
13. Elton John, Bad Side Of The Moon
14. AC/DC, Satellite Blues
15. Lynyrd Skynyrd, Mr. Banker
16. Little Feat, Trouble
17. Bryan Ferry, Windswept
18. The Selecter, The Selecter
19. The Specials, Gangsters
20. Gov’t Mule, Broke Down On The Brazos
21. Joe Jackson, Isfahan/Caravan

Scientific prediction of Cleveland winning game 3

Mano A Mano is back on Sunday nights! This past Sunday we simulated game 2 (forgetting to make it in Golden States home stadium) thus making it our prediction for game 3. It is already our most unpopular podcast!

But not for the great music! NEW A Perfect Circle, Giraffes? Giraffes! Cara Leigh, Mounties Band, Robot Apocalypse and more…

AW@L Radio 2018-06-01 – Conservative Corruption, and Harm Reduction Voting (for the NDP)

with a provincial election in ontario on june 7th, this AW@L Radio highlights the corruption, bigotry, ignorance, and malice represented in the candidates for the conservative party. AW@L Radio, dan kellar, also advocates for voting for the NDP as a harm reduction measure, to keep the dangerous policies of the conservatives and liberals out of power, and make life a little easier for everyone (but the rich).

From:: Grand River Community News

episode 219 agriculture show may 29 2018

Phil Holst is with us today in studio. Phil brings us news from Ducks Unlimited Canada  www.ducks.ca  Our playlist:

  • Could I have This Dance by Anne Murray
  • Bidin’ My Time  by Gene MacLellan
  • Ventura Highway by America
  • Snowbird by Anne Murray
  • Forever Young by The Tenors

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Short intro video here

 

Bif Naked CKMS interview

In this interview we feature the new track “Hot Box Girls” plus an interview with Mr. K and solo artist Skylar Bouchard recorded by Mano A Mano. The interview finishes off with a live performance of Bif’s hit song “Daddy’s getting Married”,

The Lost Indie City “Are They for Real”? Setlist

TLIC

The Lost Indie City “Are they for Real”? Setlist

Aquabats – PoolParty
Toy Dolls – Fiery Jack
The Dick Van Dykes – Curling
Dread Zeppelin – Your Time is Going To Come
Presidents of the USA – Peaches
Devo – Girl you Want
Barenaked Ladies – McDonalds Girl
Captain Sensible – Wot
Beastie Boys – Hey Ladies
Dead Milkman – Punk Rock Girl
The Murmurs – You Suck
Ween – Push the Little Daisies
Bowling for Soup – 1985
Suicidal Tendencies – Institutionalized
Meyrn Cadell – The Sweater
Yachts – Suffice to Say
B52s – There’s a Moon in the Sky (Called the Moon)
Fun Lovin Criminals – Scooby Snacks
Art Brut – We Formed a Band
Nada Surf – Popular
Nerf Herder – Van Halen
Cake – Short Skirt Long Jacket
Snuff – What Ever happened to the Likely Lads
The Smiths – Frankly Mr. Shankly
Forgotten Rebels – England Keep Your Own Stars
Wall of Voodoo – Mexican Radio
The Rutles – Cheese & Onions
Spinal Tap – Gimme Some Money
Flaming Lips – Christmas at the Zoo
Squids – Is it the Same?
Gruesomes – Hey
Jarvis Cocker – Leftovers

 

Bif Naked on-Air interview with Cam Matthews and Denim Radio tonight at 7:30PM

Tonight!! Denim Radio 7:30-9PM!
Special guest artist interview with Bif Naked to talk about her latest single and upcoming tour including her show tomorrow night at Maxwell’s Waterloo!
Tune-In!! www.radiowaterloo.ca/listen

“Denim Radio”, Episode 148 Tonight kickin’ it early at 7:30 pm with Bif Naked.
Followed by Non stop commercial free beats going strong until 9 PM.

Denim Radio every Tuesday night at 8 PM. 102.7 FM Radio Waterloo

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, May 28/18

  1. The Rolling Stones, Can’t You Hear Me Knocking
  2. Traffic, Roll Right Stones
  3. Headstones, Teeth And Tissue
  4. Pink Floyd, Sheep
  5. The Allman Brothers Band, Hot ‘Lanta (live)
  6. Humble Pie, I Don’t Need No Doctor (live)
  7. Chicago, Sing A Mean Tune Kid
  8. Jethro Tull, Budapest
  9. Kiss, Rocket Ride
  10. The Pursuit Of Happiness, She’s The Devil
  11. Gov’t Mule, Thorazine Shuffle
  12. Aerosmith, Seasons Of Wither
  13. Judas Priest, Hell Patrol
  14. Junkhouse, Caves
  15. Thin Lizzy, A Song For While I’m Away
  16. Deep Purple, Walk On
  17. Bob Dylan, Joey
  18. David Bowie, Song For Bob Dylan

Requiem for Rock

They say rock n roll is dying, maybe dead….Elvis said that about vaudeville in 1955. I can’t say for sure…can you?

Join me WEDNESDAY NIGHTS AT 11 for a Requiem for Rock.  A time line from beginning to “end?”   A little Musicology and social history, tunes from the featured genre of the week, and if you want to call in and tell me why rock is alive or dead, let’s discuss it, peacefully.

If you have a band that touches on the next week’s featured genre, send in your music. Also will promote live acts.