Gary Burger of the legendary band The Monks was my special guest this afternoon on our garage rock special.
Also joining in on the hijinks were Steve Kaul of The Brass Kings, Joe Holland of The Fuck Knights, Keith Patterson of Kinda Kinky and tons of other bands, and Angie Pykonen host of KFAI’s “In Your Ear”
What a fun afternoon. We spent it rockin’ out, laughing, and chatting with Gary about the history of The Monks.
If you want to see the playlist, click “more”. You’ll also be able to listen to the archive of the show from there.
Thanks to David Cummings, host of KFAI’s Rockin’ In Rhythm for sitting in with me this afternoon.
It was part 2 of our 6th annual “Dearly Departed” show in which we pay tribute to and play music by artists who passed away last year. Part 1 aired on David’s show on Monday (also available on the archives).
We only scratched the surface of artists who passed away last year, but we were able to get in a variety of genres ranging from rockabilly to reggae, rock and blues to twangy stuff and New Orleans.
Click “more” to check out the playlist. You may also link into the archive of the show from there.
Busy afternoon….interviews with GARLANDJEFFREYS and PAULCEBAR. Plus, TOMFELDMANN joined us for an in-studio performance.
Garland Jeffreys will be making his first Twin Cities appearance in over 20 years Friday, January 20 at the Ritz Theatre in Minneapolis. Garland is touring in support of his recent highly-acclaimed release “The King of In Between”.
Paul Cebar will be performing Thursday, January 19 at the Real Phonic Radio Hour at the James J. Hill Library in downtown St. Paul. Dana Thompson will also be performing along with series creators Molly Maher, Erik Koskinen, Paul Bergen, Frankie Lee, J.T. Bates, and Thom Middlebrook.
Tom Feldmann has recently recorded several DVD lessons for Stefan Grossman’s Guitar Workshop, and is currently touring in support of Tribute, his latest CD which pays homage to the gospel sides of Muddy Waters, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Blind Willie Johnson and many other acoustic blues legends. Tom will be opening for David Bromberg on Friday, January 20 at the Cedar Cultural Center.
Click “more” to check out the list of songs we played today.
Can't get enough of the programs you hear on the air? Then check out KFAI's Web Exclusive programming for the no-holds-barred, uncut content that you won't find anywhere else! New episodes are uploaded every Thursday, so look beyond the radio-dial!