Month: March 2012
This week, we have a conversation with Limahl, who recently released his new single, “1983.”
As innovative as Thomas Dolby was in the 1980s, his visionary edge to music and presentation continues to impress as the synth-whiz brings his latest imaginative concoction, a time capsule, on his current U.S. tour.
With fans eagerly awaiting the band’s upcoming Love in the Age of War album later this year, Men Without Hats offers a taste with a new mix of their 1988 hit “Pop Goes the World.”
This week, we have a conversation with Ginger Coyote, editor of Punk Globe Magazine and lead singer of the White Trash Debutantes.
Ronnie Spector, Nikki Corvette and Kim Shattock lead the slate of lady rockers to play at the first annual Girls Got Rhythm Fest in St. Paul,
Minnesota on May 11-12, 2012.
This week, we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Hour 2 with music from great Irish artists of the classic alternative era, including The Pogues, Still Little Fingers, The Undertones, Hothouse Flowers, The Boomtown Rats.
This week, Songwriter, Producer and Multi-Instrumentalist Ron Rogers is our guest. Ron is most well-known for his work with Ze Records, August Darnell (Kid Creole) and his own Matrix Studios in NYC.
Multi-instrumentalist and Camper Van Beethoven co-founder Jonathan Segel today releases his latest solo album, All Attractions. It is Segel’s 13th post-Camper collection, and first since 2007’s Honey
Hugh Cornwell is our guest on this week’s Revenge of the 80s Radio. He is currently on tour with Glen Matlock and will be releasing a new album later this year.
Revenge of the 80s Radio is featured in the March 2012 issue of Punk Globe Magazine