American punk rock band
In this laughter-packed episode of "The Sal and Bob Show," comedians Sal DeMilio and Bob Phillips dive into a smorgasbord of topics, each more entertaining than the last. The duo kicks off with heartwarming and hilarious Thanksgiving recaps. From Sal's Italian style meal to Bob's dinner guests, these stories are sure to tickle your funny bone. But the holiday cheer doesn't stop there. Bob shares the adorable antics of his new puppy This furry addition to Bob's life brings a bundle of joy and a host of comical challenges that only a comedian can genuinely appreciate. Then, the spotlight turns to their incredible achievement: Sal and Bob LIVE has sold out every show for the second year in a row! They share behind-the-scenes insights, favorite moments from the shows, and their gratitude to the fans who've made it all possible. As a special treat, they reminisce about their experience at the Traverse City Comedy Festival. Expect stories of green room gags, stand-up showdowns, and the unique charm of Michigan's comedy scene. Finally, the episode rocks out with the 'Song of the Week.' Sal and Bob groove to "I Wanna Be Sedated" by the Ramones, discussing its iconic status in punk rock and its influence on their comedic styles. Filled with laughter, heart, and a touch of rock 'n' roll, this episode of "The Sal and Bob Show" is not to be missed by comedy lovers and podcast enthusiasts alike. Tune in for your dose of giggles and good vibes!
I've been going back and forth with some of you guys for the last year or so about the tour my old band Otis did with the Ramones back in the 90's. It was short, but nonetheless cool to share the stage with such legends. For some of you younger people that listen to this, the significance of the Ramones may have been lost, but to me they were a crucial band when I was growing up. Back in the dim past of my early teenage years, when information was rare, they were these larger than life, leather-clad phantoms that haunted NYC's Lower East Side and created American Punk Rock. They were the first punk band that I had the opportunity to see and it was a life-changing experience for me. Granted, the Ramones during the 90's were not quite in their peak, but it was still a tip to get to experience some of my idols in candid moments and watch them perform from side stage. I hope you guys enjoy these recollections. The first part will be available on the main stream and the rest will be exclusively on Patreon. Intro: “All of the Dark Things” – Mike Hill Outro: “ Blitzkrieg Bop” - Ramones
This week we're discussing every album by the Marked Men. Formed in the early 00s, the Marked Men are heavily inspired by first wave, late 70s punk (most notably the Ramones). While they are certainly much faster and more aggressive than those bands, their sound fits right in with that entire era. Fun and energetic, but don't expect any surprises.Closing track: “Gone Away” from On the Outside (2004)Patreonhttps://www.patreon.com/everyalbumeverMerchhttps://pandermonkey.creator-spring.com/Mike's EP:Pander Monkey on Bandcamp, Spotify, Apple,Instagram:Mike @pandermonkeyAlex @everyalbumalexTom @tomosmansoundsHistory Tom's stuff:Music on Spotify, AppleSubstackWebsiteMike's Picks:On the Outside (2004) — Best Album, Personal FavoriteOn the Other Side (2018) — Worst Album, Least FavoriteAlex's Picks:Ghosts (2009) — Best Album, Personal FavoriteOn the Other Side (2018) — Worst Album, Least FavoriteAlbums we discussed this episode…The Marked Men (2003)On the Outside (2004)Fix My Brain (2006)Ghosts (2009)On the Other Side (2018)
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A candid conversation w/ Billy Herring, lead singer and guitarist for the Irish rockabilly punk band 1916. We discuss the awakening of Billy's Irish heritage, the 1916 band, a track by track rundown of his new solo album, and fun stories about meeting The Ramones and jamming on St Paddy's day w/ Jimmy Fallon.
Le calme après les tempêtes… mais à notre façon, voila ce que nous proposons à vos oreilles échaudées cette semaine dans notre émission ! Avec comme invitée live Marion Koen, chanteuse et créatrice du nouveau groupe pop folk à l'élan et à … l'envol cinématographique : Kolibri ! Avant que les quatre membres du groupe ne se produisent pour la première fois ensemble au Le Petit Duc à Aix-en-Provence, c'est une répétition acoustique que sa chanteuse nous propose cette semaine en live, en guitare-voix et en ambiances de pluie et… de crépitement de feu de cheminées. Un voyage en super-8 qui verra les ailes de ce petit oiseau déployer jusqu'à la sortie, l'an prochain de leur premier EP… Et pour notre videoKITSCH de la semaine, si vous n'êtes pas familier avec le célèbre groupe punk/rock Les Ramones, originaires de New York, vous serez emporté dans leur univers en visionnant ce clip de Blink 182 qui s'inspire clairement de l'esthétique des Ramones. « Dance with me » est truffé de clins d'œil, le groupe Blink 182 s'est prêté au jeu jusqu'à leur apparence. Vestes en cuir, cheveux longs, lunettes noires et jeans, la ressemblance est saisissante ! Le clip commence par une entrevue, recréant l'interview des Ramones en 1981 dans l'émission de télévision The Tomorrow Show. On y retrouve clairement l'ambiance de « I Wanna Be Sedated ». Puis, dans un hôpital psychiatrique, où les trois faux Ramones sont assis au milieu d'un couloir qui devient rapidement le point de convergence pour tous les patients excentriques de l'établissement. Il s'agit d'un clip aussi réjouissant qu'inattendu, illustrant parfaitement le sens de la dérision pour lequel Blink-182 a toujours été connu, tout en rendant hommage aux Ramones, qui restent une source d'inspiration indémodable. Sous le vent ou dans le calme, montez le son et écoutez-nous toute cette semaine dans Kitsch et Net !
This week Tom & Zeus welcome singer, bassist, songwriter and more, Jean Beauvoir a songwriter and contributor of 5 KISS songs. Jean Beauvoir got his start in music during the punk rock explosion with the Plasmatics as their bass player. He went on to work with some of the biggest names in music, including Bruce Springsteen, Prince and the Ramones. He also became friends with Paul Stanley during the 1980's and he shares many of his wonderful stories with the guys. Jean discusses the KISS songs he co-wrote and the ones he performed on which include, Get All You Can Take, Under The Gun, Thrills In The Night, Who Wants To Be Lonely and Uh! All Night. He also details his friendship with Paul Stanley and relationship with Gene Simmons and the rest of the band A fun conversation SIOL style filled with interesting nuggets and details about KISS. You won't want to miss this one or there will be a voodoo curse! Pick Up Jean Beauvoir's Book “Bet My Soul On Rock ‘n' Roll” Diary Of A Black Punk Icon Click Here To Purcase Jean Beauvoir's "Bet My Soul On Rock 'n' Roll" For all things Shout It Out Loudcast check out our amazing website by clicking below: www.ShoutItOutLoudcast.com Interested in more Shout It Out Loudcast content? Care to help us out? Come join us on Patreon by clicking below: SIOL Patreon Get all your Shout It Out Loudcast Merchandise by clicking below: Shout It Out Loudcast Merchandise at AMAZON Shop At Our Amazon Store by clicking below: Shout It Out Loudcast Amazon Store Please Email us comments or suggestions by clicking below: ShoutItOutLoudcast@Gmail.com Please subscribe to us and give us a 5 Star (Child) review on the following places below: iTunes Podchaser Stitcher iHeart Radio Spotify Please follow us and like our social media pages clicking below: Twitter Facebook Page Facebook Group Page Shout It Out Loudcasters Instagram YouTube Proud Member of the Pantheon Podcast click below to see the website: Pantheon Podcast Network Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
"Pet Sematary" is a single by American punk rock band Ramones, from their 1989 album Brain Drain. The song, originally written for the Stephen King 1989 film adaptation of the same name, became one of the Ramones' biggest radio hits and was a staple of their concerts during the 1990s. The song plays over the film's credits. FRUMESS is POWERED by www.riotstickers.com/frumess GET 1000 STICKERS FOR $79 RIGHT HERE - NO PROMO CODE NEED! JOIN THE PATREON FOR LESS THAN A $2 CUP OF COFFEE!! https://www.patreon.com/Frumess
Recorded live on KX FM 104.7 in Laguna Beach, California, today's Keith's Music Box features Little Feat, the Ramones, the Jim Carroll Band, Scandal, The Kinks, Dire Straits, It's a Beautiful Day, Nick Gilder, Robert Palmer, Roxy Music, Toy Matinee, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, Jimi Hendrix, Norman Greenbaum, the Alan Parsons Project, the Moody Blues, the Raconteurs, Squeeze, the Searchers, Rufus with Chaka Khan, Foreigner, Jake Bugg, Steely Dan and Garbage.
For this episode we take another trip into the Ugly Things tape archive for a January 1995 interview with Johnny Ramone. Johnny talked to Mike Stax about growing up in the ‘50s and ‘60s in Forest Hills, New York, his high school garage band the Tangerine Puppets, and some of the great live shows he saw back then, including the Beatles, the Stones, the Who, the Lovin Spoonful, the Stooges, and his hometown heroes, the Vagrants. And, of course, they talked about the Ramones. Please support the podcast by joining our Patreon at patreon.com/uglythingspod, where you can enjoy special bonus content plus much more. In this episodes bonus content we are featuring a copy of Ugly Things Issue No.14 (1995) Long out of print, this issue features the Johnny Ramone interview as well as a huge cover story on Crime, pluch much more. Become a Patreon today! Check out Ugly Things Magazine: https://ugly-things.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this week's Can Crushers Spotlight, Mark "The Mark" is joined by D1 athlete and pro wrestler, "The Show Pony" Reese Ramone!! While attending Marshall University Reese leads a very busy life with studies, practices, football games, pro wrestling, and a social life, Mark questions how does she do it? During the episode we find out some of Ramones favorite wrestlers as a child, some of her favorite opponents to share the ring with, who's wedding she would like to attend, some goals she would like to complete in 2024...and so much more on this week's Can Crushers Spotlight!Support the showLooking for a podcast player that offers seamless sync across iOS/Android/Web/Desktop? Join Podurama today with 50% off lifetime premium (for a limited time).https://podurama.com/podcast/can-crushers-wrestling-podcast-i1395497527 Order your Can Crushers Merch: https://can-crushers-wrestling-podcast.creator-spring.com/Remember, just because your trash it doesn't mean you can't do great things! It's called a garbage CAN not a garbage CAN NOT!
We highlight Oslo's Årabrot, Colorado's Slim Cessna's Auto Club, & a brand new Bob Vylan tune! Show #172 also showcases new tunes from M(h)aol, Subjunctives, Suckerpunch, Pet Needs, Saturday's Heroes, Ex Everything, Monos, classic punk from Ramones, ABC Diabolo, Screeching Weasel, Pansy Division, Radio Birdman, Muslims, Dictators, Suede Razors, Corrosion Of Conformity, Angelic Upstarts, Blood Command, Neurosis, Blister, Hank Williams III, Mummies, Arrivals, Bobby Funk, Adverts, Rancid, & the Luscious Listener's Choice! M(h)aol- Bored Of Man Radio Birdman- Murder City Nights Bob Vylan- He's A Man Muslims- IDGAF Pansy Division- Who Treats You Right? Dictators- What It Is Suede Razors- Anchors Aweigh Angelic Upstarts- 42nd Street Corrosion Of Conformity- Technocracy D.R.I.- Capitalist Suck D.R.I.- Misery Loves Company D.R.I.- No Sense D.R.I.- Blockhead Arnocorps- Last Action Hero Blood Command- A Villain's Monologue Ex Everything- A Sermon In Praise Of Corruption Neurosis- Souls At Zero Årabrot- We Want Blood Blister- Train Of Thought Slim Cessna's Auto Club- Cranston Hank Williams III- Long Hauls And Close Calls Monos- Demolicion Mummies- Stronger Than Dirt Saturday's Heroes- Compass Arrivals- Frontline Pet Needs- Separation Anxiety Bobby Funk- Johnny Wanker Adverts- One Chord Wonders Ramones- Judy Is A Punk Ramones- Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue Suckerpunch- In Verto Rancid- Rats In The Hallway Subjunctives- Thanks For Driving Me Home Screeching Weasel- Dingbat ABC Diabolo- What The Scientists Did Not Know ABC Diabolo- Power Of A Lyric Sheet
Brrr, it's cold in here! I said there must be some Hey Now in the atmosphere! That's right, today Emily and Barney are discussing the Kirsten Dunst and Gabrielle Union classic - Bring It On! This episode is for everyone who considers themselves sexy and cute, and popular to boot. Oh, and genuinely knows who The Ramones are. YA'LL READY FOR THIS?Pro tip: Best listened to with some Big Red...Tomatoes?Find us on Instagram! @heynowheynow, @sandfordemily, @barneyleigh93 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Lunachicks guitarist Gina Volpe combines a lifetimes worth of musical influences into her new single Drink Me and upcoming new album. She talks to Will about growing up in New York City, playing shows at CBGB's as a teenager, working in the studio with Thurston Moore and Kim Gordon from Sonic Youth, Fat Mike from NOFX, playing shows with the Ramones, touring the world, playing in Japan, and the writing and recording of her newest solo single Drink Me. Gina's Website: https://www.ginavolpe.com/ Gina on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ginavolpemusic/ Listen to Gina https://open.spotify.com/artist/1qjFulvl5PLIjSoCihFBvG?si=EqbVq2vUTAiM7cFzuS4FQQ Listen to Luna Chicks: https://open.spotify.com/artist/3p3KAZ6zqhFkkH5ZdTuS5X?si=JFAofCD6S5-5udixZd9Ibw Will's Website: www.awesomedisaster.com Podcast Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/between-awesome-and-disaster Get exclusive music and videos at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/awesomedisaster Listen to Will's band on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/6diGYyCyFjJZNOZ0Madqrl?si=T0jg3j1bS9iXQ47rHekvgg Listen to Will's Solo EP: https://open.spotify.com/album/3jMCe7S0qxESZaXEcfR1Cj?si=9h8vYhNKT5qmQX5g8QvWlw
Steve Drewett in conversation with David Eastaugh https://www.newtownneurotics.com/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nvooaI5ePso Formed in 1979 by Steve Drewett, they began like so many others to attempt to get their clumsy fingers around three chords and ape the Ramones who were their heroes. Sporting Joey Ramone length hair Steve would sneer at cries of "Bloody Hippie" from the audience but after a couple of numbers nobody cared they just went into pogo frenzy. The early stuff from the band like "Hypocrite" and "When The Oil Runs out" singles were both great melodic punk songs on the type found in the early eighties but both were written prior to the election of the Thatcher monster. The horror of this event changed what was the non-political writing style of Steve's lyrics into the other extreme, and so in June 1982 "Kick Out The Tories" was released on CNT records. This was a double "A" side shared with Mindless Violence as it was quite obvious that the political nature of "Tories" would prevent it some what from being Radio One's Tony Blackburn's single of the week!
February 1980 continues with 7 more albums from the likes of OMD, the Selector, the Ramones and the Psychedelic Furs. Listen to the full playlist on Spotify: https://bit.ly/40npKtQ Email us at email@example.com.
Teenage Bonehead Episode #57November 2023Wasting Time - Coffee BreakMandelbaums - Cant Do DrugsLas Vin Up - Te IrasFreestyle - GeeMaking Friends - Damage ReportGambe Di Burro - Tu Sei Cosi' QuadrataTrotsky Vengarán -Q uiero MásBudget - SoldDeh Pills - I hate the kids at Wimpy'sIdentity - Tracey Don't Lose ItBlitzkrieg Boys - This RoutineThe Carmines - She's A KeeperKK-Wata - No Te Pudo AmarChopper - TwisterOsker - Daves Song (Unreleased)Estudio 130 - Mucho Mas Que Ayer
"Can you give yourself a nickname. Michael Jackson wrote a letter to Mtv this week in 1991 that asked them to call him The King of Pop. Some did many laughed. That said this week is a long list of musician nicknames and where they came from. "