Naoko Yamano will talk with host Chris Cordani on the next Revenge of the 80s Radio. Naoko introduces Shonen Knife’s upcoming new album, Adventure (scheduled for release outside of Japan on April 1),
Willie Nile is our guest this week. His new album, “World War Willie,” will be released on April 1, 2016.
“Big Jim” Paterson, best known as the trombonist for Dexy’s/Dexy’s Midnight Runners and Sandra Paterson join Chris on Revenge of the 80s to discuss the JP Music Collective
we salute David Bowie by dedicating the entire two-hour broadcast for the week of Jan 15-21 to his music
Andy Prieboy once again appears on Revenge of the 80s Radio. We catch up with Andy and talk about his new single, “A Lot More Love,” which we also play at the end of the discussion.
Ginger Coyote, editor of Punk Globe Magazine and lead singer for the White Trash Debutantes, joins us once again on Revenge of the 80s Radio. This week, we talk about Ginger’s new book, “The Best of Punk Globe,” a collection of the magazine’s most interesting articles and in-depth interviews with punk icons. Ginger founded the publication 38 years ago and has become the definitive punk rock source for fans around the world.
We are happy to have Linda Jo Rizzo (formerly of The Flirts, solo artist) back with us on Revenge of the 80s Radio. We catch up with Linda as she discusses her newest video with TQ, an upcoming new solo track, some future performance dates and some delicious holiday food.
Peter Flierl of Plan B is back on Revenge of the 80s with us, this time with his co-collaborator and keyboardist for the banc, Adrian Miller. During our conversation, Peter and Adrian discuss their upcoming album, new developments with Plan B and we play their new single, “Psycho Happy.”
Logan Sky of Visage and Steven Jones team up once again to produce their second EP, “Polaroids.” Both men will be our guests on this week’s Revenge of the 80s Radio to talk about it.
This week on Revenge of the 80s, Hugh Cornwell is back with us. He has a new compilation album featuring two tracks from each of his first six solo albums: The Fall and Rise of Hugh Cornwell. We also play the new track featured on the album.
Chanteuse singer and artist Anne Pigalle will be our guest on this week’s Revenge of the 80s Radio.
The good Doctor, leader of Doctor and the Medics, will be our guest on the next Revenge of the 80s Radio.
Marcella Detroit is our guest on the next Revenge of the 80s Radio. Marcella is not only one half of Shakespear’s Sister, she has an astoundingly long list of musical credits that span several genres including blues, new wave and classic rock.
Rose McDowall is back on Revenge of the 80s Radio with us this week. She is one of the show’s first guests back when we started in 2008.
Martin Brett (Brett Martini) of I, Ludicrous and formerly of Voice of the Beehive, will tell us about I, Ludicrous’ new album: Dull is the New Interesting..
Donna Destri and Steven Jones are our guests this week. The duo will reveal their latest collaboration, “Love Bomb,” with Miss Luna.
Jill Bryson, formerly of Strawberry Switchblade, is back with us on Revenge of the 80s Radio. We catch up with Jill’s band, The Shapists (with Craig Hood and Jessie Frost – Jill’s daughter), who just released their latest single, “The Warning”/”Dust Index,”
Kevin Stanton of Mi-Sex is back with us on Revenge of the 80s Radio. He will discuss plans to remix and update some classic Mi-Sex tracks, including “Graffiti Crimes,”
This week, we air an encore broadcast of our April 2014 show featuring out April 2014 interviews with Steve Strange, one of the last interviews with the New Romatic pioneer.
This week, Linda Jo Rizzo is our guest in hour 2. We will discuss Linda’s new album, Fly Me High. The new release features remakes of some of her 80s solo hits, b-sides and new music.
Cherie Currie is back with us once again. Her new album, REVERIE, is out and available on iTunes
Dan “Woody” Woodgate, the drummer for Madness and Voice of the Beehive, is our guest on Revenge of the 80s Radio. Woodgate recently recorded his first solo album, IN YOUR MIND
Katrina Leskanich is with us again on Revenge of the 80s. Katrina is touring North America in support of her Blisland album.
Midge Ure is back on with us again on Revenge of the 80s. This time, we talk about his upcoming North American tour, the success of his 2014 album, FRAGILE, and Band Aid 30 — as he and Sir Bob Geldof produced a new Christmas holiday song to raise money to combat ebola in Africa.
This week, Blaine L. Reininger of Tuxedomoon is our guest. We will play a special music block to honor Steve Strange
Visage co-founder, New Romantic pioneer and former Blitz Club host Steve Strange passed away on Thursday after a heart attack while in a hospital in Egypt. He was 55.
Revenge of the 80s Radio is giving away a pair of passes to see Midge Ure LIVE at the Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center in Sugar Loaf, NY.
Comedian and songwriter Kip Addotta will be our guest on this week’s Revenge of the 80s Radio. Kip’s classic songs include “Wet Dream,” “Life in the Slaw Lane,” “Captain of the Sofa Team,” “I Saw Daddy Kissing Santa Claus” and “Big Cockroach.”
Dexys trombone player “Big Jim” Paterwson is back on with us. Paterson will talk about a drive he and his wife, Sandra, are working with to help raise money for young Brody Armstrong
This week we play a special music block featuring all five songs in Falco’s “Jeanny” series from the chart-topping “Jeanny – Part 1” to the something=of-an-epilogue “Bar Minor 7/11.” We also play tracks from Icehouse, Spoons, The Little Girls, The Plimsouls and many more.