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Our special 2-hour musical tribute to David Bowie is up

Our special 2-hour musical tribute to David Bowie is up

    DAVID BOWIE AT THE CANNES FILM FESTIVAL - 1983

    Our week of 1/15 show podcast/syndication edit – our special David Bowie tribute –  is up and available at the bottom of this post.
    Sadly, the music world suffered the loss of a legend. David Bowie lost his battle with cancer on January 10, 2016. In honor of his contributions to music, art, video, movies, the entertainment business overall as well as his fans’ love and devotion for him, we salute David Bowie by dedicating the  entire two-hour broadcast for the week of Jan 15-21 to his music. For the entire show, we will play tracks from Bowie spanning his career from 1965 as a 17-year-old Davie Jones to his last album, Blackstar – with a few surprises added. Heaven has a new member to add to its supergroup. Rest in Peace, Mr. Bowie.It all starts live at 10pm Eastern US time – LIVE Q93.5FM, HV, NY and http://www.revengeofthe80sradio.com/ . Check other affiliates for their times and a podcast will be available this weekend on http://www.revengeofthe80sradio.com/ .. Also, the podcast can count as “attending.” :).

     

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    Did Iman hint of a Bowie tour to a fashion mag?

    Did Iman hint of a Bowie tour to a fashion mag?

      Ears around the world rang after reports of David Bowie’s supermodel wide, Iman, inadvertently hinting of a possible tour during an interview with a UK-based fashion magazine.

      In Grazia, Imam is quoted as saying:

      We have a 12 year old in school, so we are stuck, we can’t travel. Our schedule is around her, so I don’t know. We’ll have to go visit him, but we won’t be on tour with him because she’s in school.

      This comes just a week after Bowie released his new album, The Next Day.
      Not long ago, Rolling Stone Magazine published the singer’s guitarist, Gerry Leanoard, telling their writer that there is a 50/50 chance of him touring in support of his new music.
      Bowie surprised fans by quietly putting out “Where Are We Now,” his first new release since 2003’s Reality album,  on March 8, his 66th birthday.
      Our 1/11 show podcast/syndication edit is up

      Our 1/11 show podcast/syndication edit is up

        Our 1/11 Revenge of the 80s show podcast/syndication edit is up and available at the bottom of this post. This week, we play David Bowie’s new track, “Where Are We Now?” Plus,  music from Ultravox, Mental As Anything, Coati Mundi, Nikki and the Corvettes, Big Country, Kevin Rowland, The Beat and more.

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        David Bowie releases new song on his birthday, new album to come

        David Bowie releases new song on his birthday, new album to come

          Ground-breaking musician David Bowie gives his fans a present on his 66th birthday: a new song.

          “Where Are We Now?” is Bowie’s first new release since 2003’s Reality album. Bowie will also make his first new albumin ten years, The Next Day, available on March 8 in Australia (March 12 in the US). The single is available via various digital outlets and pre-orders for a deluxe version of The Next Day can be made on Bowie’s website.

          The song is about a couple growing older together at a crossroads and wondering where they are in their lives together. It takes on a tone of sadness that borderlines a bit of indifference between the two as they reflect upon their relationship’s troubles. The video features Bowie and a woman as a fairly creepy Siamese teddy bear sitting on a couch with somber facial expressions amidst sobering imagery from a once-divided Berlin.


          The Next Day will feature 14 new tracks plus three more in the deluxe edition. It is produced by Tony Visconti and will be distributed through Bowie’s record company imprint, Iso Records.

           

          Our 7/29 show podcast edit is up - Happy 30th MTV

          Our 7/29 show podcast edit is up – Happy 30th MTV

            The podcast edit for our 7/29/11 Revenge of the 80s Radio show is up and available at the bottom of this post. This week, we celebrate MTV‘s 30th Birthday, we will classic tracks from some of the first artists whose videos aired on the station, including The Buggles, Nick Lowe, David Bowie, Kate Bush, Robin Lane and the Chartbusters, The Specials and Blotto plus a few MTV-inspired extras.

            We also play a track from Josie Cotton‘s new Pussycat Babylon CD.

            Tonight's Show (7/29)

            Tonight’s Show (7/29)

              Click here to listen live between 7-9pm Eastern US Time You can also get the show from our flagship station website: www.wtbq.com. Check the bottom of this post for other affiliates’ dates and times.

              This week on Revenge of the 80s Radio, we will play new music from Josie Cotton and, to celebrate MTV’s 30th Birthday, we will classic tracks from some of the first artists whose videos aired on the station, including The Buggles, Nick Lowe, David Bowie, Kate Bush, Robin Lane and the Chartbusters, Blotto .

              Revenge of the 80s airs live on Radio 80s 87.6FM weekday mornings 7-9am ; We are also on live with Indigo FM, (Victoria, AUS), Seymour FM and Sobel Nation Radio’s Wildcat FM 80s Channel..

              David Bowie Retrospective at MAD in NYC

              David Bowie Retrospective at MAD in NYC

                I recently took time to see the David Bowie: Artist exhibit at the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) while in New York City on Thursday. The retrospective features several videos spanning Bowie’s entire career, live shows, his acting prowess and a look at his artistic roots and influences. The museum also screened a documentary on the singer/producer and offered younger fans a chance to catch him in “The Man Who Fell to Earth,” Bowie’s first starring role.

                While at the sixth-floor exhibit, there were fans of all ages paying homage to one of the 20th century’s most dynamic and diverse artistic talents. While the early 80s videos brought back some memories, it was good to see his videos from the 1990s which were rarely seen in the U.S. Still, when looking back at Bowie’s early work, his pioneering video effects that may seem primitive to the digital age producers of today actually brought to life the idea of adding visual artistry to the music video — a strategy quickly adapted by select producers in the US and UK and eventually led to the golden age of music videos.

                Overall, the exhibit is both enjoyable and intriguing as it gives the viewer a real look into Bowie’s full history and background as an artist and showcases his talents in everything from cabaret to painting to mime to cool suits.

                The David Bowie: Artist exhibit will be at the Museum or Arts and Design (2 Columbus Circle, NYC) through July 15th. Information on the event and admission can be found on the MAD website.

                The Podcast for our 8/7/09 Show with Martha Davis Is Up.

                The Podcast for our 8/7/09 Show with Martha Davis Is Up.

                  The podcast version of this week’s Revenge of the 80s Radio show is up and available at the bottom of this post. The second hour features a conversation with Martha Davis of The Motelsthe full, uncut version (the interview previously had to be edited to fit the live radio time constraints). Davis’ voice remains one of the most unique and recognizable in music history although she, surprisingly, never took formal lessons as a young woman.

                  Revenge of the 80s Christmas Special Set for This Friday (12/19)

                  Revenge of the 80s Christmas Special Set for This Friday (12/19)

                    This Friday, Revenge of the 80s will air its first Christmas Special, featuring classic holiday cheer from top new wave/alternative artists from the 1980s — the decade when even Santa wore thin ties and sunglasses with his suit.
                    Along with the standards from The Waitresses, The Pogues (with Kirsty MacColl), David Bowie (with Bing Crosby) and The Pretenders, we will also feature holiday tracks from The Dickies, The Alarm, Kate Bush and Timbuk 3 as well as some hard-to-find ones from Wall of Voodoo, Dread Zeppelin, Captain Sensible and the British mock-band Bad News.

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