Josie Cotton is back to talk about her new album, Everything is Oh Yeah, which was originally recorded in 1986. Josie discusses the album, why it represents a transition in her career, in-session contrary industry advice from Malcolm McLaren and Brian Setzer, thoughts on some of the tracks and an plans for 2020.
Josie Cotton is back with us this week; she has a new album coming in the fall, a new single out soon and gearing up for a re-release of her 2011 Pussycat Babylon.
This week, we have a conversation with Ginger Coyote, editor of Punk Globe Magazine and lead singer of the White Trash Debutantes.
This week, we celebrate MTV’s 30th Birthday, we will classic tracks from some of the first artists whose videos aired on the station
This week, we celebrate the 30th anniversary of MTV with music from the first classic alternative artists whose videos were aired on the station.
This week on Revenge of the 80s: New tracks from OMD and Josie Cotton; a Little Girls music block and more alt classics
Our 4-29 podcast edit is up: Win Patty Smyth & Scandal Tix Giveaway and a tribute to Polly Styrene.
This week on Revenge of the 80s Radio, we play new releases from Andy Prieboy and Josie Cotton with classic cuts by The Clash, Midnight Oil, Wall of Voodoo, The Human League, Blancmange, Kate Bush and more.
The podcast version of our 2/25/11 Revenge of the 80s Radio show is up and available at the bottom of this post. Hour 2 features a conversation with Josie Cotton, who recently released her new Pussycat Babylon CD
Tonight’s Revenge of the 80s Radio will feature a conversation with Josie Cotton about her new CD, Pussycat Babylon
With her unmistakable voice and unique mixture of classic new wave and psychedelic guitar twang, Josie Cotton is back with her first album since 2007’s Invasion of the B-Girls
Tonight’s NEW Revenge of the 80s Radio Show will featuer a conversation with Debora Iyall, former singer for Romeo Void. Her distinct voice and powerful presence at the mic defined the new wave/rock band from the San Francisco Bay.
The podcast for out 10/8 Revenge of the 80s Radio show is up and available at the bottom of this post. This week we re-broadcast our 2009 interview with Josie Cotton, who will soon be out with her Pussycat Babylon album.
This week’s show features new music by Andy Prieboy and The Little Girls, with classic alternative tracks from Dave and the Dynamos, Josie Cotton, Mental As Anything, Strawberry Switchblade, ABC and more.
This week’s Revenge of the 80s Radio showcases 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 highway.
This week, we pay tribute to Lux Interior a year after his passing with a block of music by The Cramps. We also played new music from Adriana Kaegi.
Joining us for the show is Rikki St. James, who made a brief, but memorable mark on the new wave/alt-dance scene.
Do you remember the song “Yaya” in 1982 on the Ronnie Bruce Rogers Ze Records EP Don’t Play With My Emotions? Tonight, on Revenge of the 80s Radio, we will talk with the young up-and-comer who collaborated with him on the effort and sang lead, Rikki St. James.
This week’s Halloween special podcast is up and available at the bottom of this post. We feature two full hours of Halloween music from classic alternative artists.
Tonight, in celebration of Halloween, Revenge of the 80s Radio will feature classic Halloween songs of the era.
This week’s show featured great driving music of the 1980s. Artists featured in this weeks show include Men Without Hats, The Kings, Pearl Harbor and the Explosions and Nikki and the Corvettes. We also played new cuts from Josie Cotton, ABC and Stan Ridgway with Pietra Wexstun.
This week’s show features a conversation with Josie Cotton, who became the world’s new wave sweetheart when she performed (already an international hit) “Johnny Are You Queer” in the movie Valley Girl.
Tonight’s Revenge of the 80s Radio show will feature a conversation with Josie Cotton. Most 80s fans remember Cotton for her performance of “Johnny, Are You Queer?” on Valley Girl. While it was an international hit, controversy over the song wound up depriving us at the time of the musical talents of this fine songwriter.
Josie Cotton is our guest on Revenge of the 80s Radio on Friday. Many remember her as the prom band singer in the Valley Girl movie and from her international hit song “Johnny, Are You Queer?”
The podcast for our August 29th show is up and available at the end of this post. during the show, we featured a track from Martin Fry and ABC’s new album Traffic, In addition, we played a new song from Lily Gonzalez, one of the backing musicians for ABC and Belinda Carlisle during the Regeneration […]