Shows 399-300 Little Stevens Underground Garage - Maximum Rock and Roll http://undergroundgarage.com/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 12:13:11 +0000 Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Management en-gb Show 309 - JONES, BOWIE, & JUNO http://undergroundgarage.com/Shows-309-300/show-309-jones-bowie-juno.html http://undergroundgarage.com/Shows-309-300/show-309-jones-bowie-juno.html Show 309  -  JONES, BOWIE, & JUNO

Episode 309:Jones, Bowie, & Juno
(Weekend of February 29 – March 2, 2008)
Hello sports fans, Little Steven here with your pop quiz of the week. What do you get when you combine Little Richard, Peter O’Toole, and Flash Gordon, walking the earth as living, breathing Japanese Anime? That’s right, come join us in the Underground Garage this week for a celebration of David Bowie. Joining us will be the Who, the Jeff Beck Group, the Pristeens, Lou Reed, and Iggy Pop. The coolest new music in the world from the Contrast, the Doughboys, Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, the Makes Nice, and the Foxboro Hot Tubs. It’s a non-stop Rock ‘n Roll dance party this weekend in the Underground Garage.

]]>
Wed, 16 Feb 2011 23:51:55 +0000
Show 308 - OUT OF OUR TREE '08 http://undergroundgarage.com/Shows-309-300/show-308-out-of-our-tree-08.html http://undergroundgarage.com/Shows-309-300/show-308-out-of-our-tree-08.html Show 308  -  OUT OF OUR TREE '08

Episode 308: Out Of Our Tree ‘08
(Weekend of February 22 – February 24, 2008)
Hey baby, Little Steven here with our weekly Underground Garage pop quiz. Where was Garage Rock born? No, not in Detroit. No, not in New Jersey. No, not in the Philippines. It’s the north west of America. That’s right we’re celebrating Tacoma, Seattle, Portland, and Liverpool, just for being in the north west of England. Helping us celebrate will be Paul Revere and the Raiders, the Beatles, the Ramones, Pearl Jam, and Soundgarden. Cool new things from the Contrast, the Foxboro Hot Tubs, the Doughboys, and Roy Loney & the Longshots. Find out what Courtney Love, Jimi Hendrix, and Max Weinberg have in common. It’s a Rock ‘n Roll dance party of the north west this weekend in the Underground Garage.

]]>
Wed, 16 Feb 2011 23:51:55 +0000
Show 307 - SURF'S UP! NOT! http://undergroundgarage.com/Shows-309-300/show-307-surf-s-up-not.html http://undergroundgarage.com/Shows-309-300/show-307-surf-s-up-not.html Show 307  -  SURF'S UP!  NOT!


 Episode 307: Surf’s Up! Not!
(Weekend of February 15 – February 17, 2008)
Hey baby, Little Steven here with our weekly Underground Garage pop quiz of the week. Who is the patron saint of television? No it’s not Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul, or Randy Jackson - or Tim Russert, for that matter. You know who it is? Well I’m not going to tell you! You got to come to the Underground Garage this weekend and find out. We are celebrating Lee Marvin’s birthday, among other things, with the Yardbirds, Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Herman’s Hermits, the Dictators, and the MC5. The coolest new songs in the world from the Fleshtones from New York City, the Urges from Dublin, the Satelliters from Germany, Mink Jaguar from Australia, the Doughboys from New Jersey, and the Foxboro Hot Tubs from Dom’s Pizza Cathedral. Find out what Gary Lewis, Arthur Brown, and Marvin Gaye have in common. It’s a nonstop rock & roll dance party this weekend in the Underground Garage.

]]>
Wed, 16 Feb 2011 23:51:55 +0000
Show 306 - THE BIG BANG '08 http://undergroundgarage.com/Shows-309-300/show-306-the-big-bang-08.html http://undergroundgarage.com/Shows-309-300/show-306-the-big-bang-08.html Show 306  -  THE BIG BANG '08

 Episode 306: The Big Bang ‘08
(Weekend of February 8 – February 10, 2008)
Good morning sports fans, Little Steven here with our Underground Garage pop quiz of the week. What’s the most important date ever in the universe? No…No…No, but close. February 9, 1964 of course. The Big Bang of rock ‘n roll, the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show, and we are celebrating it this week. Joining us will be the Swingin’ Blue Jeans, Badfinger the Bee Gees when they were a rock ‘n roll band, the Moody Blues, and the Marvelettes. Cool new stuff from the Foxboro Hot Tubs, the Doughboys, the Hives, the Urges, Hell On Heels, and the Pretty Things. Tune in and find out what Del Shannon, Fats Domino, and Peter Zaremba have in common. It’s the most important date in the universe. It changed everything. I’ll see you this weekend in the Underground Garage.

]]>
Wed, 16 Feb 2011 23:51:55 +0000
Show 305 - PSYCHOTIC REACTION http://undergroundgarage.com/Shows-309-300/show-305-psychotic-reaction.html http://undergroundgarage.com/Shows-309-300/show-305-psychotic-reaction.html Show 305  -  PSYCHOTIC REACTION

 Episode 305: Psychotic Reaction
(Weekend of February 1 – February 3, 2008)
Hello sports fans, Little Steven here with your weekly pop quiz. What’s more super than the Super Bowl? What’s more super than this stupid super duper political Tuesday thing? I’ll tell you - it’s the Underground Garage, celebrating our non-stop weekly rock n’ roll dance party. This week we got the J. Geils Band, the Kinks, the Stones, the Beatles, the Byrds, and the Ramones. We’ve got the coolest new music in the world from the Fleshtones, the Hives, Hell On Heels, the Urges, and Locksley. If you’re hungry we got the Cake, the Cookies, and the Doughboys. Find out what Johnny Rivers, Mary Wells, and Elmore James have in common. Somebody stop me, I think I’m going to have a psychotic reaction. I’ll see you this weekend in the Underground Garage.

]]>
Wed, 16 Feb 2011 23:51:55 +0000
Show 304 - IT'S ANDREW'S BIRTHDAY! '08 http://undergroundgarage.com/Shows-309-300/show-304-it-s-andrew-s-birthday-08.html http://undergroundgarage.com/Shows-309-300/show-304-it-s-andrew-s-birthday-08.html Show 304  -  IT'S ANDREW'S BIRTHDAY! '08

 Episode 304: It’s Andrew’s Birthday ‘08
(Weekend of January 25 – January 27, 2008)
Hello sports fans, Little Steven here with your weekly pop quiz. Carved into the Black Hills of South Dakota, and technically Wyoming, on Mount Rushmore, are four very important faces. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and who is that fourth face? Wrong, buffalo breath; it’s Andrew Loog Oldham. Yes we’re celebrating his birthday this week in the Underground Garage with the Small Faces, the Yardbirds, the Crystals, John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, and, of course, the band Andrew discovered, managed, produced and published: the Rolling Stones. We’ve got the best new, coolest music in the world from Hell On Heels from Arizona, Locksley from Brooklyn, Mink Jaguar from Australia, the Urges from Dublin, the Satelliters from Germany, the Fleshtones, and the Hives. Find out what Sonny Bono, Donovan, and Rod Stewart have in common. It’s Andrew’s birthday this weekend in the Underground Garage.

]]>
Wed, 16 Feb 2011 23:51:55 +0000
Show 303 - WOULDN'T IT BE NICE? http://undergroundgarage.com/Shows-309-300/show-303-wouldn-t-it-be-nice.html http://undergroundgarage.com/Shows-309-300/show-303-wouldn-t-it-be-nice.html Show 303  -  WOULDN'T IT BE NICE?

Hi sports fans, Little Steven here with your weekly pop quiz. Where can you go to find out how to straight guys named Dan Rowan and Dick Martin changed the world for every freak in America?
Who was the first black entrepreneur in rock & roll? And most importantly, who invented the beer can? All is revealed this weekend in the Underground Garage. Joining us will be Blind Faith, the Pretty Things, Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels, the Searchers, the Ramones, the Beatles, and the Stones. And the coolest new music from all over the world by the Urges from Ireland, the Launderettes from Norway, the Satelliters from Germany, Mink Jaguar from Australia, the Fleshtones and Locksley from New York, and the Hives from Sweden. It’s a non-stop rock & roll dance party baby, this weekend in the Underground Garage.

]]>
Wed, 16 Feb 2011 23:51:55 +0000
Show 302 - 1958 '08 http://undergroundgarage.com/Shows-309-300/show-302-1958-08.html http://undergroundgarage.com/Shows-309-300/show-302-1958-08.html Show 302  -  1958 '08

 Episode 302: 1958 ‘08 (Weekend of January 11 – January 13, 2008)
Hello baby, Little Steven here with our Underground Garage weekly pop quiz. Why did the American company reject the first two Beatle singles? Why did Jeff Beck join the Yardbirds? And what really happened in 1958? Join us in the Underground Garage this weekend for all these answers and more. We’re partying with the Move, the Pretty Things, the New York Dolls, and the Hollies. New music from the Hives, the Fleshtones, Satelliters, Roy Loney, Mink Jaguar, the Stems, Locksley, and Hell On Heels. Why did Capital reject the first two Beatle singles? Because A&R man Dave Dexter thought harmonicas didn’t fit on rock & roll records. What a huckleberry. We’ll see you this weekend in the Underground Garage.

]]>
Wed, 16 Feb 2011 23:51:55 +0000
Show 301 - SOUPY, ELVIS AND MAYNARD '08 http://undergroundgarage.com/Shows-309-300/show-301-soupy-elvis-and-maynard-08-ur.html http://undergroundgarage.com/Shows-309-300/show-301-soupy-elvis-and-maynard-08-ur.html Show 301  -  SOUPY, ELVIS AND MAYNARD '08

 Episode 301: Soupy, Elvis, & Maynard ‘08 (Weekend of January 4 – January 6, 2008)
Hello sports fans, Little Steven here with our Underground Garage weekly pop quiz. Ok, silly season is finally over, now who are the three coolest cats with birthdays in January? No…No…No… Yes, you got it, Soupy Sales, Elvis Presley, and Maynard G. Krebs, and we will be celebrating them this weekend in the Underground Garage. We’re partying with the Jeff Beck Group, Johnny Thunders and the Heartbreakers, The Byrds, and Eddie Cochran. New cool music from The Hives, Mink Jaguar, The Fleshtones, Hell On Heels, Locksley, The Stems, and The Pretty Things. Find out what David Bowie, Jackie DeShannon, and Jerry Lee Lewis have in common. It’s a brand new dance party year this weekend in the Underground Garage.

]]>
Wed, 16 Feb 2011 23:51:55 +0000