Month: April 2013
This week, we feature driving music of the classic alternative era, with songs about cars, driving, speeding, songs with car references in them and tracks that we like to blast with the top and windows down while on the road. This program is an encore presentation.
After a long fight with breast cancer and Multiple Sclerosis, singer Christina Amphlett of the Divinyls passed away at her New York home yesterday. She was 53.
Nikki Corvette is back on with us before she sets off on her 2013 European tour with her band, Nikki Corvette & The Romeos.
Spandau Ballet announced today on their website that they will be featured in an upcoming movie.
This week, Rodney Anonymous of The Dead Milkmen is our guest. The band recently released their newest track, “The Great Boston Molasses Flood.”
Kate Bush today was honored in a special ceremony as a Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire. A medal was bestowed upon the singer today by Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle.
Camper Van Beethoven announced their upcoming spring U.S. and European tour dates to support their newest album, “La Costa Perdida,” The band also released their video for “Someday Our Love Will Sell Us Out” today.
This well-performed duet forever enshrined Funicello, a well-loved actress and singer, into classic alternative music history — and all of music history — as part of one of the oddest pairings of performers to record a song together.
We play new music from Camper Van Beethoven and Plan B, plus classics by Roman Holliday, Icehouse, Berlin, The Cocteau Twins, Altered Images, XTC, Thomas Dolby and more.
Revenge of the 80s welcomes two new stations to our family of affiliates: WMAC Radio 107.3FM, Manchester UK and Flashback Radio out of Honolulu, Hawaii.
Nikki Corvette and her band of young Italian rockers worked so well together during their European tour last year, they have decided to become an official group. Currently, they are gearing up for another tour of Europe beginning on April 23.