This week, Clive Farrington of When Iin Rome is back with us on Revenge of the 80s Radio. We talk about his new project, The Elcectric Gem, and forthcoming book: CONFESSIONS OF A ONE-HIT WONDER.
Jonathan Segel of Camper Van Beethoves is on with us again and has a new album, Shine Out, from which we will air a world radio premiere of the title track.
This week on a new Revenge of the 80s Radio, Donna Destri is back with us. We talk abuot her new EP, London
This week on a new Revenge of the 80s Radio, we salute the ladies of the classic alternative era. We play tracks from many of the women who shaped and influenced the music of the time
his week on a new Revenge of the 80s Radio, we dedicate Hour 2 to great Australian artists of the 80s.
My voice is still down. Thus, we are running another encore broadcast: our 2013 interview with Richard James Burgess.
My voice has been down this week, so we are running an encore broadcast of our interview with Murray Grindlay, best known as “Monte Video” through his international hit, “Shoop-Shoop Diddy-Wop Cumma-Cumma Wang-Dang” and as lead singer of the classic 60s band, The Underdogs.
The podcast/synd edit for this week’s Revenge of the 80s is up – with a new remix of a Peter Godwin classic and music from Ultravox, George Kranz, The Waitresses, New Order, The Hoodoo Gurus, Midnight Oil, Blancmange and more.
This week, we ring in 2014 with a new track from Coati Mundi and Ron Rogers. Plus, we play some of the best new releases fro 2013 and classics. We will have music by Andy Prieboy, David Bowie, Adam Ant, The Pogues, Mental As Anything and more.
Merry Christmas to you from Revenge of the 80s Radio. Please enjoy our Christmas special, which is now up and available at the bottom of this post with holiday classics by The Waitresses, Kid Creole & the Coconuts, Wall of Voodoo, Squeeze, XTC, Molly Johnson, Kate Bush and more. We also have new ones from Kim Wilde, Erasure and Lita Ford with Cherie Currie.
Susan Ottaviano of Book of Love is our guest. The group is back together, they have been touring and are working on new music. During our conversation, we discuss Book of Love’s beginnings, their style, some of their classic tracks, their reformation, upcoming shows and the impending new album (ETA 2014).
The podcast and syndication edit for this week’s Revenge of the 80s is up and available at the bottom of this post. This week, we play a new track from August “Kid Creole” Darnell and Ron Rogers, “Rat Pack”
This week, we will re-broadcast out April 2013 interview with Rodney Anonymous of The Dead Milkmen.
Cherie Currie is back on with us as we catch her in the middle of her first U.S tour in quite a while. During our conversation, Cherie talks about playing nationwide again and being joined by her son (who also has new music you will hear on Revenge of the 80s), her new tracks, other projects and a new Christmas single with former Runaways band mate Lita Ford.
This week on Revenge of the 80s, we will feature a conversation with Kevin Rowland, the leader of Dexy’s, who recently reformed and released the new album, ONE DAY I’M GOING TO SOAR.
This week on Revenge of the 80s, we catch up with Linda Jo Rizzo, formerly of The Flirts, who recently visited New York City before and after her mini-tour of the U.S. We talk about her trip to the states, performances, a new project with fellow Flirt Debra Gaynor and her other passion — cooking. Her family recently opened up a new Rizzo’s Fine Pizza on Clinton Street in Manhattan.
This week, we play a classic Revenge of the 80s, where we salute great movie soundtrack music of the era.
his week, we catch up with Thomas Dolby in Manhattan as he embarks on a 20-city tour of the US with his new film, “The Invisible Lighthouse.” Dolby will be screening the piece at several historic theaters and film festivals.
Thomas Dolby brings another new experience to fans with a newly-produced film and live presentation in a tour of the U.S. beginning on October 24th at the Trodadero Theater in Philadelphia.’
This week we will be broadcasting a classic Revenge of the 80s Radio show.
This week, Julie Brown talks with Chris about her new musical, “Julie Brown’s The Homecoming Queen’s Got a Musical,” which will be performed at the Cavern Club in Los Angeles on October 25, 26, 27 and November 1, 2 and 3. You can get tickets through Julie’s website, juliebrown.com. We also catch up with Julie’s other projects and find out whether she will be creating a musical for “Earth Girls Are Easy.”
This week, we re-broadcast our March interview with trombone player “Big Jim” Paterson of Dexy’s. We talked with Jim shortly after the band released its latest album, which has recently been made available in the U.S. Our discussion leads off Hour 2 of the show.
This week, we will play new music from Susanna Hoffs and Jill Bryson’s band, The Shapists. Plus, classics by from Icehouse, The Motels, 20-20, Howard Jones, Book of Love, Freur, Kate Bush and more.
Revenge of the 80s Radio is happy to welcome our newest radio affiliate, TKO Replay, of the TKO Radio famly. TKO Radio is one of the world’s top internet radio stations, offering a wide cariety of music from popular tracks to alternative cuts. Based out of Spain and the UK, we will broadcast on TKO […]
Martin Brett is our guest. Brett was the bas player for Voice of the Beehive and is now with I, Ludicrous
This week, Hour 2 of our show features new wave artists from Australia, with music from Midnight Oil, The Church, The Divinyls, Ol 55, Paul Kelly, The Cockroaches, The Hoodoo Gurus and more.
This week, Hour 2 of our show will feature new wave dance tracks, with music from Alphaville, Big Audio Dynamite, Shriekback, Aneka, Trans-X, Depeche Mode and more.
This week, Profucer, Drummer, Inventor, Author adn Professor Richard James Burgess is our guest.
This week, we play another track from Jill Bryson’s new band, The Shapists. She is in teh studio with Craig Hood and her daughter, Jessie Frost, working on a full album which shuold be coming out in the next year.
Our 8/16 show podcast/syndication edit is up and available at the bottom of this post. This week, Donna Destri is our guest. A central figure in the 70s/early 80s NYC punk scene, Destri is best-known for her work as a backup singer on severl of Blondie’s more excellent tracks and her stellar solo work. Donna […]