Month: September 2011
some of the most influential punk and alternative rockers of the 70s and 80s continue to be snubbed by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation’s nominating committee.
Winding down the end of his first U.S. tour in over 20 years, Ivan Doroschuk clearly is enjoying his trip back. The Men Without Hats frontman brought a plethora of enthusiasm and vintage moves to New York City’s Best Buy Theater on September 23, 2011.
This week on Revenge of the 80s Radio, Paul Kelly is our guest. He is currently on a mini-tour of the U.S. promoting his upcoming box set, Paul Kelly: A to Z Recordings, by playing 50 of his best songs in alphabetical order over two nights at each venue.
REM cast a significant impression on music history virtually every time they took to the recording studio.
Darnell continues to be one of music’s great visionaries today. His latest album, I Wake Up Screaming, combines all the charm of the Kid and Darnell’s always-cool delivery and a voyage through several historically significant musical genres
August Darnell, better know to his fans as Kid Creole (Kid Creole and the Coconuts), is our guest. Darnell this week released his new album, I Wake Up Screaming
Today, the five-octave soprano releases the musical story of her life through Louise Robey – Music Anthology 1979-2009
Kate Bush confirmed rumors about the release of her first album of new music in six years.
This week, Ivan Doroschuk of Men Without Hats is our guest. Ivan talks about the history of Men Without Hats, the lineups, the music and his current U.S. tour – Men Without Hats’ first American trip in 20 years.
Adriana Kaegi unveils her newest video art project, “No Street Compares to Mott Street” at NYC’s Fashion Night Out
This week, we re-broadcast our April 2011 interview with Andy Prieboy, who is currently working on new music.
Tonight on Revenge of the 80s Radio, we will re-broadcast a classic interview with Andy Prieboy