Steven Jones and Logan Sky are back with a new album, Rotating Angels, Also, a musical tribute to Kip Addotta
This week on Revenge of the 80s Radio, Chris Carter, co-founder of #Dramarama, talks with host Chris Cordani.
Terri Nunn talks with Chris about Berlin’s new album, Transcendence, featuring three members of the original lineup.
This week on Revenge of the 80s Radio, we play music from iconic (and some not-so-iconic) 80s movie soundtracks featuring cuts from Kid Creole & The Coconuts, The Divinyls, The Stems, Hazel O’Connor, Deborah Harry, E. G. Daily, David Bowie and more.
This week, Chip Kinman talks with us about a new CD compilation of lost tracks and alternative versions of the music of he and his brother, the late Tony Kinman of The Dils, Rank and File, Blackbird and Cowboy Nation. We also play music from Dave and the Dynamos, INXS, Nash the Slash, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds and more
This week, we play DAY songs: tracks featuring days of the week, holidays, special days or any kind of day. Music includes tracks from The Undertones, New Order, Hazel O’Connor, Rose McDowall, Midnight Oil and more
This week, we play an ancore broadast of our salute to the Beatles with a 2-hour show filled with covers of some of their stellar music by classic alternative artists.
F. Lee Harvey Blotto, Paul Rapp, of the upstate New York band Blotto talks with Chris on this week’s Revenge of the 80s Radio
This week on Revenge of the 80s Radio, we play new music from Andy Prieboy, The Stray Cats and Wang Chung plus classics from Mental As Anything, Doug & the Slugs, Kids in the Kitchen, A Flock of Seagulls and more
The Punk Professor, Vivien Goldman, is back on with us and with a new book: Revenge of the She-Punks: A Feminist Music History from Poly Styrene to Pussy Riot. Vivien looks at the female stars of punk from the early pioneers to today, not only in the US and UK.
This week on Revenge of the 80s Radio, comedian Yakov Smirnoff joins host Chris Cordani.
We also play a musical tribute to psychedelic rock pioneer Roky Erickson, who passed away on May 31, 2019.
This week on Revenge of the 80s Radio, we play covers of Rolling Stones songs by classic alternative artists, withy tracks originally recorded by Jagger and Company from David Bowie, The Inmates, Mondo Rock, Psychic TV, Laibach, The Damned and more.
Josie Cotton is back with us this week; she has a new album coming in the fall, a new single out soon and gearing up for a re-release of her 2011 Pussycat Babylon.
We caught up with Linda Jo Rizzo recently in Manhattan. The Italio Disco/Hi-NRG Star has a new single, video, duet project and upcoming album. We talked about it at Stout in Manhattan; our conversation will air during the program. We also play tracks from Brian Brain, The Blasters, The Primitives, The Motels and more.
This week on Revenge of the 80s Radio, J.C. Carroll joins us once again. This time, we talk about The Members’ new album, Versions, which features covers of songs from an array of diverse artists like The Buzzcocks, Prince, David Bowie and ABBA.
This week on Revenge of the 80s Radio, we play new music from Andy Prieboy and Gang of Four. We also welcome fellow radio/podcast personality Gaye Ann Bruno, who is re-launching her excellent show, Between the Sheets, this week.
This week’s Revenge of the 80s Radio is dedicated to songs with the artists names in the titles, featuring music from Immaculate Fools, Dog Police,Dominatrix, Falco, Madness, Tear Garden, Book of Love and more
Chris talks with Pearl Harbour. The multi-talented singer/dancer/performer discusses the re-release of Pearl Harbour and the Explosions’ self-titled album, her solo work, delving into the business world and what she is doing today.
Steven Jones and Logan Sky are back on with us as they have new music, a special R.A.R.E. album of tracks from their archives, an update on the Electric Eye-inspired movie and the 10th anniversary of Sky’s first solo album.
This week, Hour 2 of this week’s Revenge of the 80s Radio is dedicated to the music of Ranking Roger, who passed away on March 26, 2019 after battling cancer.
This week, we play an encore presentation one of our favorite episodes: New Zealand musician Murray Grindlay, known to many as “Monte Video” from his 1982 international smash hit “Shoop-Shoop, Diddy-Wop, Cumma-Cumma, Wang-Dang” as Monte Video and the Cassettes is our guest
This week on Revenge of the 80s Radio, we play new music from The Flesh Eaters and Simple Minds plus classics by Icehouse, Neil (Nigel Planer), Toyah, The Smiths and more
Andy Prieboy is back with us on Revenge of the #80s Radio with a new EP: “Every Night of My Life.” Andy tells the stories behind the music, which includes a 1981 composition, a duet with the late Tony Kinman, musings of his time in the New Wave scene and an homage to the man who gave the talented musician to his first practice. We also play one of his new tracks, “I Had a New Wave Act.”
Suzi Quatro joins host Chris Cordani on the next Revenge of the 80s Radio. The rock legend and pioneer’s new album, No Control, will soon be released. Suzi talks about the tracks, collaborating with her son on the music and an upcoming tour of Australia
Chance Raspberry, a lead animator for The Simpsons, is back with another update on his own project: Little Billy, the ultimate #80s cartoon. Chance is getting closer to making the pilot show happen, a comic strip is out and Little Billy is taking shape
This week, we catch up with Edward, his new solo music, concert dates and a new album with a group of Norwegian musicians called the Tenpole Tudor Vikings. We also play tracks from The Hoodoo Gurus, Squeeze, Iam Siam, Nina Hagen and more.
Chris D, John Doe, Dave Alvin, Bill Bateman, Steve Berlin and D. J. Bonebrake reformed the most well-known lineup of the LA Punk supergroup, The Flesh Eaters, for a new album and some tour dates. Chris D. talks with host Chris Cordani about I Used to be Pretty (available now), the band’s history, the famous lineup and his own career.
This week, we are dedicating Revenge of the 80s to that musically innovative decade as we play classic alternative era covers of music from the 1960s with tracks from Boomerang, The Damned, The Lopez Beatles, Mental As Anything, Julian Cope, Visage, Suzi Quatro, The Clash and more.
J. C. Carroll, longtime Members member and multi-instrumentalist, talks with host Chris Cordani on the next Revenge of the 80s Radio. We start with Carroll’s early days working with then-future star Graham Parker, joining the Members, his business acumen, solo work, movie scores and his newest album: West Byfleet Selfie.
This week, we play new music from Robin Scott, Paul Kelly and Kim Wilde plus classics by the Uncanny X-Men, XTC, Mental As Anything and more.