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The Underground Garage: Home / The Radio Show / Archived Shows / Shows 799-700 / Shows 769-760 / Show 765 - Cleveland
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Show 765 - Cleveland

Show 765 - Cleveland

Air Date:

Monday, 28 November 2016

Hello, Little Steven here with a pop quiz.

What’s the rock ‘n roll capitol of America?

No…No…Close…Closer…

That’s right it’s Cleveland! Just ask Spinal Tap.

Joining us this weekend in the Underground Garage for all things kielbasa will be the McCoys, the Pretenders, the Raspberries, out-of-towners Paul Revere and the Raiders, the Beatles, and the Stones.

Find out what Dennis Kucinich, Devo, and the Dead Boys have in common.

It’s Cleveland rocks, this weekend in the Underground Garage.

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  • Playlist:

    Set 1

    Cleveland Rocks (Ian Hunter)

    It’s Cold Outside (The Choir)

    Tonight (Raspberries)

    Ain’t Nothing To Do (Dead Boys)

    Little Elvis (Weeklings)

    It’s All Over Now (Rolling Stones)

     

    Set 2

    There’s No Surf In Cleveland (Euclid Beach Band)

    Sidewalk Surfin’ (Jan & Dean)

    Contraband (WYLDLIFE)

    Have Good Time (But Get Out Alive) (Iron City Houserockers)

    Say Goodbye To Hollywood (Ronnie Spector & the E Street Band)

     

    Set 3

    Message Of Love (Pretenders)

    Teenage Heart Attack (Soledad Brothers)

    Take What I Need (Darts)

    Let’s Dance (Ramones)

     

    Set 4

    Just Your Fool (Rolling Stones)

    Gimmie Some Money (Spinal Tap)

    Steppin’ Out (Paul Revere & The Raiders)

    I Can’t Stand It (Greenhornes)

    I’ll Be Back (Beatles)

     

    Set 5

    Hang On Sloopy (McCoys)

    All For You (Kurt Baker Combo)

    Through Being Cool (Devo)

    Rick Wakeman’s Cape (Fleshtones)

    I Put A Spell On You (Screamin’ Jay Hawkins)

Comments (9)

  • Paul W Mosher
    12/03/2016

    Other Cleveland-area artists/bands worth mentioning are The James Gang, The Black Keys, The Waitresses, Lux Interior(of The Cramps), Wild Cherry, Michael Stanley Band, Benjamin Orr (The Cars), Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails)....perhaps a "Cleveland Part 2" show is in order...

    • jcjohnson63
      12/04/2016

      Here! Here! TOTALLY agree with you sir!!! :)

    • michael j farrelly
      12/05/2016

      Back in the seventies Southside, Bruce, and Little Steven rocked Cleveland like they were natives.

  • David J Owens
    12/04/2016

    Paul good listing, I live in Cleveland. We are charter members of the Rock Hall, and have a brick with our name on it close to the front door. I agree we need Part 2 Cleveland rocks

    Chrissy Heim is close (Akron)....... Cleveland the home of the first concert.........Peace Love and Music

  • jcjohnson63
    12/04/2016

    THank you very much for posting yet another classic update and THANK GOD for the Rolling Stones and their new album!!!!! Great to hear them play the blues again!! Keep on rocking in the free world too!!! ;)

  • Steed Colliss
    12/05/2016

    Damn, Re-Damm, Super-Damn... Gotlib, the greatest French cartoonist, passed away yesterday... Can't wait for 2016 to be over...

  • Ron Lynch
    12/05/2016

    5 very cool ones on a cool night. Little Elvis (Weeklings), Say Goodbye To Hollywood (Ronnie Spector & the E Street Band)what a voice on the girl, Take What I Need (Darts)Darts hit a bulls eye with this one, Just Your Fool (Rolling Stones) nice tune & All For You (Kurt Baker Combo). Thanks Stevie, Keep on Rockin.

  • Marjorie Holland
    12/07/2016

    There is a problem with the Cagney download or whatever.

  • michael j farrelly
    12/08/2016

    With Trump's new head of the EPA the Cuyahoga River will soon be ablaze once again.

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