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12/15 in a nutshell…
Just ‘cuz the weather began gusting up the shivers, we here at RSST GotchadoubleSKAvered this week. The sunny Ob-La-Di gets a bedrock ska treatment from (uh, who else…?) The Bedrocks, followed up with one of Australia’s finest, Gabriella Cilmi (chill me). Actually, she’ll warm you up quite nicely. The twin Ob-Las were sandwiched between a set of double-shots (Toots, Giuliano Palma and TSPO with two apiece) and an all-TC 4(+2)-in-a-row. In orbit around Sherwood’s Planet, Mr. Funn discovers the AIMToronto Orchestra, kicking off a set that veers from Jackie Mittoo and Okapi with Aldo Kapi’s Orchestra to Taro Hakase’s Wonder-ful Stevie cover, Tuatara visiting the Land of Oz (and we mean Oz, not Australia!) Alfredo Rodriguez making a Difference, Shiina Ringo doing what nobody does better, Artie Shaw Stopping ‘n’ Going and YMCK Socopogogo-ing. And, of course, check out the Ooh as it effortlessly shifts gears from Tea For Two to Cocktails For Two. Go, Jimmy, go!

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preparing for Jose James…

Joe Namath rides in on a Colt, wearing a gun belt. Guaranteed to be a winner!

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Identity [theft] is the crisis can’t you see

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12/8 in a nutshell…
The 4@4 visited Red Eye City, Phoenix City, Center City and Motor City! Prince Buster’s GotchaSKAvered with this week’s Ob-La-Di installment, and stay tuned for the extended double-shot of Joey Altruda! Sherwood beams in some new Shiina, Margot Blanche digs the Duke, and in the Ooh, Prince Jazzbo takes over late in the hour… but Buster and Baby Face are hot on his heels! Near the start of the show, Count Ossie can be heard Swinging for Joy. Tis the season!

Crankshaft and The Gear Grinders.

Forging his own brand of high-energy, low-brow Upper Mississippi blues, the one-man band powerhouse Crankshaft has been gigging around Minneapolis for nearly three years. Expanding his fanbase with every frenzied performance, Crankshaft earns his living as a musician and is taking his show on the road following the release of his new album, Junkyard Rhythm.

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