This is Bald Boy. I host a classic rock album cuts show — So Old It’s New — on 102.7 Sound FM Radio. The show’s premise: Old bands, old tracks, old bands, their new tracks if they’re still releasing music. Mostly 1960s and 70s stuff, the era in which I grew up. But I’ll go with 80s, 90s, 2000s as well – Guns ‘N Roses, The Cult, Wolfmother, REM, you name it. Prog and (70s) punk, too. Or whatever else strikes my fancy.
And I’ll play the occasional single you likely have not heard on commercial rock radio in many a moon, which is what prompted this show – my frustration with commercial rock radio not going beyond the same repetitive fare from the Stones, Zep, Purple and the like.
So with me, you’ll get the Stones’ Fingerprint File, not Start Me Up. You’ll get Zep’s Achilles Last Stand, not Stairway To Heaven. I publish all my set lists here and also on Facebook (search for Bald Boy) and Twitter (Karlo Berkovich), including song clips.
So Old It’s New currently airs on CKMS-FM from the archives on Mondays from 9:00pm to 10:00pm.
So Old It’s New on hiatusNo shows for a bit, I’m taking a break. Aiming to be back on my regular Saturday 7-9 am, Monday 8-10 pm schedule late September. There will be programmed music in those time slots while I’m off.
So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Aug. 11/14 (band/artist, song)
1. Wishbone Ash, Time Was
2. Alvin Lee, Long Legs
3. UFO, Out In The Street
4. Can, Moonshake
5. Black Oak Arkansas, Swimmin’ In Quicksand
6. Ian Hunter, Once Bitten Twice Shy
7. Lee Harvey Osmond, Oh Linda
8. Junkhouse, Drink
9. Buddy Guy, Damn Right, I’ve Got The Blues
10. David Wilcox, The Natural Edge
11. Fats Domino, The Fat Man
12. Gregg Allman, Floating Bridge
13. Spooky Tooth, Sunshine Help Me
14. Groundhogs, Thank Christ For The Bomb
15. Kris Kristofferson, Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ Down
16. Jefferson Airplane, Crown Of Creation
17. Neil Young, Dirty Old Man
18. Paul Butterfield Blues Band, In My Own Dream
19. Ry Cooder, On A Monday
20. The Rolling Stones, Little Queenie (live)
21. Santana, Toussaint L’Overture
22. The Beatles, Baby’s In Black
23. Tony Joe White, Polk Salad Annie
24. Deep Purple, Flight Of The Rat
Irene Torres of Irene Torres and The Sugar Devils.
About Those Sugar Devils…..
Irene Torres & The SugarDevils came onto the Toronto music scene in 2011 and made a name for themselves interpreting the music of New Orleans. They wowed audiences with their versatility in playing blues, funk, r&b, jazz, latin & soul to name a few.
In 2012 they recorded their first self-titled CD in the cities of Toronto and New Orleans and received rave reviews.
A Canadian band with a foot in both the vintage and the modern making for a foundation that is fresh and unique. Their love of r&b, soul, funk, blues, motown, and reggae shine through in their original music with high energy and passion. Vivid drums, funky bass, wailing guitar, inspired sax, ethereal organ, catchy hooks, and soaring vocals make this band a must listen for music lovers!
I met Drew Austin from Irene Torres and The Sugar Devils when he came to into Far Out Flicks to put up a poster! And one thing to led to another … what a band this is! – Coral FM.
Waterloo Region’s only swing and blues radio show, dedicated to promoting swing jazz and blues of the 1920’s to the 1940’s. Listen to great musicians of the golden era and of today. Local, national and international event listing for swing dancers and jazz enthusiasts.
Interviews with musicians, swing dancers, organizers and venues.
Your Hosts and DJs:
David Trinh , Jeff Stager, Greg Nash, Turlough Myers, Eva Balassey, Julie-Anne Desrochers, Audrey Bothwell, Ali Rajabi, Ann Sychterz, Jeff Benoit, Amy Nyland, Martin Hansen, Sarah Kate, Jen Cyr, Ross McDowell, Nigel Sywtink-Binnema, John Ladan, Jimmy Prevost, Max Salman, Lucy Zang, Rob Gracie, Krister Shalm, Elaine Foster
Archived shows air on CKMS-FM Saturdays from 3:00pm to 5:00pm.