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Show 665 - New Years

Show 665 - New Years

Air Date:

Monday, 29 December 2014

Hey baby, Little Steven here.

Join us for our final show of the year in the Underground Garage.

We are going to talk about all the coolest stuff of the year. I’m talking about the coolest new music, TV shows, and movies.

We will be playing the coolest music from Germany, Wales, Norway, Sweden, New York, LA, Florida, and Australia.

It’s the only Rock n’ Roll dance party in the world and you are invited.

It’s our New Years party right here in the Underground Garage.

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Comments: 9 Comments

  • Playlist:

    Set 1
    On My Way To Work (Paul McCartney)
    Somethin’ Ain’t Right (JP Soars)
    About The Weekend (Jellybricks)
    Money Money Money (Mark Rivera)
    Outta Site! (Cherry Drops)
    Don’t Hold Back (Mahalia Barnes and the Soul Mates)
    Lost In Translation (Kurt Baker & His Party Animals)

    Set 2
    Glad All Over (Verbs)
    I’m A Hog For You Baby (Strypes)
    First Time (Connection)
    My Kind Of Town (Steven Van Zandt)

    Set 3
    Goota Get You (Out Of My Head (Satelliters)
    Ok DJ (Steve Conte)
    I Know Where I’m Going (Sugar Stems)
    Things To Learn (Ricky Byrd)
    Motherless Child (Elephant Stone)

    Set 4
    Hope For The Future (Paul McCartney)
    90 Miles AN Hour (Empty Hearts)
    This Is Your Sword (Bruce Springsteen)

    Set 5
    Baby It’s You (Stupidity)
    Jackie Kennedy (Ingrid Olava)
    Devil You Know (GOASTT)
    Barefoot In The Car Park (Groovy Uncle featuring Suzi Chunk)
    Forgotten Man (Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers)
    Crime Is Sexy (Dogs)

Comments (9)

  • Ron Lynch
    01/05/2015

    5 cool ones of the cool ones. Somethin’ Ain’t Right (JP Soars),Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window, Dark Sun Glasses, Fat Girls Dance, This Is Your Sword (Bruce Springsteen) & Forgotten Man (Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers).
    Thanks Stevie, Keep on Rockin.

  • Ron Lynch
    01/05/2015

    I gotta go back to school and learn to count, that was 6 songs not 5.

  • ArthurAllen
    01/05/2015

    I got a chance to see Robin and the Seven Hoods in San Diego a few years ago. The plot is thin even by Broadway standards, but the real attraction is to see and hear big band Sinatra songs being performed in a musical. Well worth seeing if you get the chance.

  • JohnnyPunk
    01/06/2015

    I'm disappointed that some of the songs for which I voted didn't make the cut, like "He's a Drag" by The Dahlmanns. But I love that The Muffs made the Top Ten, because I voted for them multiple times.

  • JohnnyPunk
    01/06/2015

    By the way, you missed the song "Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window" by Roger Daltry and Wilko Johnson.

    • JohnnyPunk
      01/06/2015

      That was in Set 2.

      • JohnnyPunk
        01/06/2015

        Also, you didn't include The Doughboys' version of "The Tears of a Clown" in your list for Set 2. I'm sorry if I'm being annoying.

  • Steed Colliss
    01/07/2015

    *****Je suis Charlie*****

    Here are the songs missing in the playlist:

    Set two:
    Can You Please Crawl Out your Window ? (Roger Daltry and Wilko Johnson)
    Tears of a Clown (Doughboys )

    Set three:
    Dark Sunglasses (Chrissie Hynde)

    Set Four:
    Fat Girls Dance (Nils Lofgren)
    You Give Me (Cocktail Slippers)
    I'm not Like Everybody Else (Soraia)

    Good show... Too bad Kelley Stoltz's "Are You my Love" did not make it...

  • jcjohnson63
    01/09/2015

    pretty good list. there are TWO songs i do not like on this list!!! thanks for posting this one! LOVE Paul McCartney!!!!!!!!!!! the Slippers RULE!!!!!!! :)

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