SRRS202 ”Beating My Elvis In Public”

Which band crushed 3000 paper coffee cups to create the sound of a marching army on their record? Which songwriting duo split apart when one of them presented a country ballad for them to record on their 3rd album? Which singer sparked controversy by collecting Nazi war memorabilia for his antique shop? Which band got their name from the movie “The Goonies”?

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SRRS201 ”Domo Arigato Yourself”

Which artist formed his own band named after him and upon quitting, his band carried on still using his name? Which song was inspired by the singer hitting on the wife of a singer recording in an adjacent studio? Which band gained traction when another band covered their demo tape and submitted it to Guitar Hero II? Which frontman and female backup singer did a new Playboy spread in 1976? Thanks to Tim Talbot for the QUALITY beers. Guinness and Four Peaks Kilt Lifter, now that’s class! **apologies for the occasional “scratchiness” of Johnny’s microphone this week. Our mixing console is indeed “shabby”. It will clear up a third of the way through. Thank you.

SRRS200 “Shabby’s 200th Show – All Listener Requests!”

Power pop, art rock, prog rock, and power metal reign supreme as we take on 12 listener requests to commemorate our 200th show. AD tells a wild story about playing with the 13th Floor Elevators, Lizz brings a record from the year she became legal drinking age and Ryan uncovers what he believes is Bowie’s 200th song. Thanks to all of you who have supported us. We wouldn’t have made it this far without you. Cheers from all of us here at the Shab and here’s to 200 more. 

Thanks to Deb Pellicciaro for springing for some delicious beer. YUM!

SRRS199 “Monkeys and Tails”

Which band would get drunk and crawl under dry ice, hidden from view, to menace the headline act? Which band’s lyrical direction was inspired by the 1970 Kent State shooting? What band is Ryan trying to get AD to like during this season of the show? Which band had a contest in which 6 lucky fans were allowed to film a concert with all access?

”More Super Segments!”

Once again we revisit some of Shabby’s best segments. This week Ryan brings some classic rock and roll and ol’ HAL5000 launches arguably the best drops from his tenure as computer sidekick. AD paints a disturbing picture on a beach in upstate New York with a record from 1986!

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Ryan, AD, LIZZ, SAL5000