Following up on her brilliantly-elegant TAG album, Kid Creole and the Coconuts Co-Founder Adriana Kaegi captivates us once again with her stunning “I’ve Been Going Out.”
The podcast for out 11/27 Revenge of the 80s Radio show is up. The second hour features our November 2008 conversation with Andy Prieboy
Tonight’s show will feature a re-broadcast of our interview with Andy Prieboy, former lead singer for Wall of Voodoo and Eye Protection, master musician and lyricist.
A review of the English Beat’s November 22, 2009 concert at Mexicali Blues Cafe in Teaneck, NJ
This Friday, our guest on Revenge of the 80s Radio will be Dave Wakeling
This week’s Revenge of the 80s Radio show will include a new track from British band I, Ludicrous.
Dave Wakeling, of English Beat and General Public fame, is back on tour. He is leading his newest English Beat lineup through North America for a concert series that ends 2009 with a New Year’s Eve concert in Redondo Beach, California.
Louise Robey, known as singer and actress “Robey” in the 80s, will be back for another visit on Revenge of the 80s Radio this week. She will be at the 2009 Chiller Theatre Expo at the Hilton in Parsippany, New Jersey for Halloween Weekend.
Legendary new wavers the Psychedelic Furs recently announced they will be teaming up with Happy Mondays on a North American tour this fall. Furs lead singer Richard Butler has also been fueling the flames of scuttlebutt about a new album from the band in the near future.
Tonight’s guest on Revenge of the 80s Radio will be Louise Robey, best known for her 1980s dance hits “One Night in Bangkok” and “Killer Instinct” as well as for the TV role of Micki Foster on Friday the 13th – The Series (Season 2 DVDs have been recently released). We will play some of Robey’s classic tracks, one from her band Louise and the Creeps and something from her soon-to-be-released collection. My conversation with Louise Robey leads off the second hour of the show.
Singer, Model and Actress Louise Robey will be my guest on the next Revenge of the 80s Radio show (2/27). She is best known in the early 80s as “Robey,” when she had some hits on the Billboard Dance Charts, including her rather elegant version of “One Night in Bangkok,” which made the Hot 100. Science Fiction fans know Robey best for her role as “Micki Foster” on Friday the 13th – The Series
This week on Revenge of the 80s, I will play a recently-taped conversation with Nikki Corvette on her new band, “Gorevette,” which is a collaborative effort with super girl-rocker Amy Gore of the Gore Gore Girls. We will also feature a new single from the band as well as a new track from Andy Prieboy
Click here to listen to Revenge of the 80s Radio LIVE 7-9pm Ea>stern US time Tonight’s Revenge of the 80s Radio Show will feature music from several artists from the 80s making some news in recent weeks. Adam Ant will soon release Live at the Bloonsbury, a live CD from a special one-off concert earlier […]
This week’s show will feature an interview with one of the most interesting and unique artists of our time: Andy Prieboy. Most remember him as the second lead singer of Wall of Voodoo, a distinction that has led to several unfair comparisons with Stan Ridgway when, in fact, the presence of both front-men represented two […]
After we reviewed Andy Prieboy’s newest material on this website, I received an e-mail from Edwin Vacek, one of his biggest fans. He sent me a link to a video he compiled for Prieboy’s “Pricks Up Front” on YouTube. It is well done with excellent video editing and timing. I also applaud his being an […]
Former Duran Duran guitarist Andy Taylor‘s recently-released memoir, Wild Boy: My Life in Duran Duran, tells not only of his life and career, but his side of what went on between himself and his band mates before and after each of their breakups. Industry publications and internet discussions put out several conflicting reports based on […]
Wall of Voodoo fans might still argue these days on who was better as their lead singer: Stan Ridgway or Andy Prieboy. In truth, it is impossible to compare the two because they are two very different performers who each were the face of two very different bands. While both men are master storytellers, Ridgway’s […]