Voice of the Beehive
we air a Part 2 to our Women of New Wave and Punk special, featuring tracks from Kate Bush, Aneka, Souxsie and the Banshees, The Heaters, Voice of the Beehive, Fuzzbox, Toni Basil, Nina Hagen and more
Martin Brett is on with us this week as I, Ludicrous is about to release its newest album, Songs from the Side of Lorries. We also discuss beards and highlight the upcoming one-off Voice of the Beehive reunion performance in London on October 7.
Tracey and Missy Belland talk about the special Voice of the Beehive reunion show on October 7th in London and we play a musical tribute to Kevin Stanton of Mi-Sex, who passed away on May 17.
This week, we run an encore broadcast of out show featuring a conversation with Daniel “Woody” Woodgate of Madness and Voice of the Beehive.
Martin Brett (Brett Martini) of I, Ludicrous and formerly of Voice of the Beehive, will tell us about I, Ludicrous’ new album: Dull is the New Interesting..
Dan “Woody” Woodgate, the drummer for Madness and Voice of the Beehive, is our guest on Revenge of the 80s Radio. Woodgate recently recorded his first solo album, IN YOUR MIND
Martin Brett is our guest. Brett was the bas player for Voice of the Beehive and is now with I, Ludicrous
To mark our birthday, Revenge of the 80s rewinds back to our first-ever interview on the next show, our inguinal conversation with Tracy and Missy Belland from Voice of the Beehive.
This week, The Love Goddess, Judy Tenuta, will be our guest. Judy has a new book, Full Frontal Tenudity ( available on iTunes),
Our 3rd Anniversary show podcast edit is up. To celebrate, we re-air our first interview with Tracey and Missy from Voice of the Beehive.
This week, we celebrate our 2-year anniversary by playing our first-ever interview on the show: a conversation with Tracey and Missy Belland of Voice of the Beehive, which leads off the second hour.
Revenge of the 80s Radio celebrates its second anniversary today. To celebrate, we will re-air the show’s first interview: a conversation with Tracey and Missy Belland of Voice of the Beehive.
We wanted to kick off 2010 with something different, so we celebrated with two previously unreleased songs from August Darnell, better known as Kid Creole.
Tonight, we will have our first new show of 2010. We will kick off the new year by featuring two previously unreleased tracks by August Darnell of Kid Creole and the Coconuts.
80s Christmas and Holiday Gift Idea #2: Hand-Crated Fairies by Missy Beehive of Voice of the Beehive
This week, we featured a new single from I, Ludicrous: “We’re the Support Band.” We also feature classic alternative tracks from artists including Siouxsie and the Banshees, Gazebo, The Clash, Icehouse, Holly and the Italians and Aztec Camera.
This week’s Revenge of the 80s Radio show will include a new track from British band I, Ludicrous.
This week’s Revenge of the 80s Radio show features classic alternative music from artists including XTC, Icehouse, The Untouchables, Peter Gabriel & Kate Bush, The Motels, Romeo Void and Voice of the Beehive. We will also play new tracks from The Little Girls and Gorevette.
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, we catch up on some requests during our first hour. The second hour is dedicated to classic alternative dance music from the 80s from artists including Clan of Xymox, Grandmaster Flash, Amazulu and Strawberry Switchblade.
This week on Revenge of the 80s, we want to say “Happy Birthday” to Terri Nunn who will be celebrating tonight in concert at the Rosemont Theater in Chicago with Berlin and the Regeneration Tour. We will play a classic Berlin track in her honor. We will also pay tribute to Michael Jackson who, although was a more mainstream artist than normally featured here, transcended the restrictions of genre.
Back by popular demand, the second hour featured our Classic Alternative Dance Party with tracks from Yaz, The Flirts, Dominatrix and ABC. n the first hour, we played tracks from artists including Jason and the Scorchers, Boomerang, REM and Voice of the Beehive
This installment of Revenge of the 80s: A Salute to Mothers includes cuts from Voice of the Beehive, Tears For Fears, Strawberry Switchblade, Louise Robey, Kate Bush and Altered Images.
This week’s show will honor the Moms on Mother’s Day… we will have classic alternative music in celebration of mothers (“Mother Stands for Comfort” by Kate Bush comes to mind) while we will also play tracks from moms of the 80s (and a few NEW moms from the era)
Revenge of the 80s kicks off May with music of the spring — or at least what makes me think of the spring. We will feature classic alternative tracks and deeper cuts from artists including Stan Ridgway, Icehouse, Nena, Voice of the Beehive and Dexy’s Midnight Runners.
For this week’s show, we mix in a bit more new music from artists of the 1980s with the alternative classics. We feature new creations from Adriana Kaegi, Gorevette (Nikki Corvette’s band), Louise Robey, Martin Fry, Andy Prieboy and Stan Ridgway
Our first anniversary show is now available in a podcast at the bottom of this post. To celebrate our first anniversary, we re-aired our first-ever interview on the program: a conversation with Tracey and Missy Belland of Voice of the Beehive.
While next year we have some exciting things planned for Revenge of the 80s Radio and the B.C. Eagle Radio Network, we want to celebrate our first anniversary by re-airing the first interview we did fro the show: a conversation with Tracey and Missy Belland of Voice of the Beehive. It was fun talking with them and finding out more about the band that still has a strong following to this day. Our discussion leads off the second hour of the show
To celebrate our 1 Year Anniversary, I will re-air our first interview in the history of our show: a conversation with Tracey and Missy Belland of Voice of the Beehive. I had a great time during that discussion; Tracey and Missy are extremely nice and were happy to talk about the band, which also included Martin Brett, Daniel Woodgate and Mike Jones.