Month: July 2010
This week, we play a brand new track from Andy Prieboy’s latest collection, Don’t Tell That Guy Anything, which he released on Thursday. We also feature a special Gorevette music block as they kick off their U.S. tour with Blondie.
Tonight on Revenge of the 80s Radio, we will play a selection from Andy Prieboy’s latest collection of music, which he released on Thursday, Don’t Tell That Guy Anything. lso, in honor of the upcoming Blondie/Gorevette tour, we will play tracks from both bands and a cut from Nikki Corvette’s first band, Nikki and the Corvettes as well as a song by Amy Gore’s band, The Gore Gore Girls.
Andy Prieboy releases Don’t Tell The Guy Anything, and album of new music, experiments, quick sketches and shelved songs.
Rock Legend Grace Slick recently announced at the Grammy Museum the recording of a new song written with Michelle Mangione to raise relief money in the aftermath of the BP oil disaster. Terri Nunn, Martha Davis and Billy Zoom are also featured performers
I was on vacation this week, so we re-aired our 4/10/09 interview with Sally Kellerman on this week’s Revenge of the 80s.
This week on Revenge of the 80s, we will play new music by The Little Girls with classic alternative tracks from ABC, The Alarm, Rikki St. James, The Waitresses, Kid Creole and the Coconuts, Tin Tin, Berlin and more.
This week on Revenge of the 80s, we will feature new music by Wang Chung and Adriana Kaegi with classic alternative cuts from artists including The Boomtown Rats, The Cramps, The Fabulous Poodles, The Motels, and The Flirts.
Wang Chung is back and with a bit of a new sound. This year, he and Nick Feldman are headlining a tour to support their latest new EP, Abducted By the 80s, and two more being planned for later this year.
For the 4th of July Holiday Weekend, Revenge of the 80s Radio will re-broadcast our show with the 2009 interview with The Little Girls’ Caron Maso Murray.
Revenge of the 80s Radio is giving away five pairs of tickets to see Wang Chung with special guest Naked Eyes at B. B. King’s Blues Club on July 7th in New York City.