Steven Jones and Logan Sky are back on and with a new EP. The album features the final song written by Steve Strange, “Corrupt State,” before his untimely passing.
Steven Jones is back with us on Revenge of the 80s Radio. He and Logan Sky are releasing a new EP and we will world premiere a new track from them: “Siberian Eyes.”
We play new music from Colin Hay, Stan Ridgway and Depeche Mode plus classics by The Nomads, Ultravox, The Pogues, Dear Enemy, Nina Hagen, Laurie Anderson and many more classic alternative artists.
This time of year, Revenge of the 80s becomes the Love Doctor Central with our specia i “Love and Kisses” show to celebrate the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre. We play romantic music from Alison Moyet, The Reels, Jimmy Barnes, Carmine Capobianco and Debi Thibault, A Flock of Seagulls, Tin Tin, The Divinyls and many more classic alternative artists.
This week, we air an encore broadcast of our April 2014 show featuring out April 2014 interviews with Steve Strange, one of the last interviews with the New Romatic pioneer.
This week, Blaine L. Reininger of Tuxedomoon is our guest. We will play a special music block to honor Steve Strange
Visage co-founder, New Romantic pioneer and former Blitz Club host Steve Strange passed away on Thursday after a heart attack while in a hospital in Egypt. He was 55.
This week, we play another new track from Kate Pierson’s upcoming Guitars and Microphones album and music from The Burning Sensations, Josie Cotton, Captain Sensible, Jane Wiedlin, Kevon Rowland, the Tom Tom Club and more.
his week, we air an encore Revenge of the 80s featuring Profucer, Drummer, Inventor, Author and Professor Richard James Burgess as our guest. Burgess is the man who started the New Romantic movement (as well as coined the phrase â€œNew Romanticâ€).
This week, we talk with Steve Strange, founding member and lead singer of Visage
This week, Profucer, Drummer, Inventor, Author adn Professor Richard James Burgess is our guest.
New Romantic pioneers Visage will release their fourth studio album, Hearts and Knives, in the U.S. on June 11th. It will be the band’s first set of new music made public since 1984.
Spandau Ballet announced today on their website that they will be featured in an upcoming movie.
Zadeh, who grew up in the 80s, developed her vocal style from years of listening to singers who influenced her, like Debbie Harry, Tony Hadley and Simon LeBon. In a recent interview on Revenge of the 80s Radio, The Californian singer says she fell in love with early 80s-era new wave
Tony Hadley revealed during an interview on the internationally-syndicated Revenge of the 80s Radio show that he plans to release a new album next spring.
Hour 2 features our conversation with Tony Hadley, former lead singer of Spandau Ballet
The podcast for our 6/12 Revenge of the 80s Radio show is up and available at the bottom of this post. Leading off the second hour, we spent some time with ABC’s Martin Fry, who will once again perform on this year’s Regeneration Tour.
This week, we welcome tMartin Fry, to Revenge of the 80s as he gets set to kick off his second straight year with the Regeneration Tour.
ABC’s Martin Fry will appear on the next Revenge of the 80s Radio show as he gets ready to perform with the Regeneration Tour for a second straight year.
Official word from Red Entertainment, organizers of Regeneration Tour 2009, finalizes the previously-unofficial dates for the new wave concert series.
I am reminded of one after receiving an e-mail news clipping from the great photographer Stan Shaffer and recently watching a short marathon of “The Office” on cable television channel TBS: the show’s creator, Ricky Gervais, might have had enough success in music if things fell right for him that we may never have been able to enjoy his comic genius.
Click here to listen to Revenge of the 80s Radio LIVE 7-9pm Ea>stern US time Tonight on Revenge of the 80s, we talk with Phil Oakey of The Human League, who are gearing up for the Regeneration Tour, which begins on August 1st. Phil had been with the band since his old buddy Martyn Ware […]
ABC is considered the defining group for the New Romantic style of music that was first popular in the U,K, before sweeping into the states. The style, the smoothness of the sound and (as our guest Martin Fry put it) the big choruses are what drew people to the new wave splinter genre. Fry was […]
Click here to listen to Revenge of the 80s Radio LIVE 7-9pm Ea>stern US time The Original Lexicon of Love will appear on Revenge of the 80s tonight. ABC’s Martin Fry, who will be performing in the Regeneration Tour hitting North America in August. We talk about some of Martin’s influences, as well as his […]