Hello and welcome back to the Worst Little Podcast! We’re here this week with Winnemucca based singer-songwriter Jade Brodie. We’ve got a ton of train songs this week. We love train songs! Press play!
Jade is from California originally but currently resides in Winnemucca working for the railroad. Her work influences her songwriting with many of her songs being about trains. Jade doesn’t have any shows planned in Reno soon but we will keep you updated about future shows! Big thanks to Jade for hanging out with us this week!
Go see some live music this weekend! Here are Kim’s picks:
Thursday – Basha & Gina Rose at Pitch Black Printing. Join our pals and podcast guest at the opening of Pitch Black on 4th st. All ages. 7PM No cover.
Saturday – Lit at Nite Artown: Literary Cabaret and Variety Show hosted by our pal and podcast guest Elisa Garcia! Don’t miss unique and sexy as hell Artown event! 21+ 6PM $5
Beyond – Monday July 22nd see Teenage Bottlerocket, Boss’ Daughter, The Shames in the Jub’s bar room! 21+ 8PM $14 at the door.
Thanks to all our listeners who voted for the Worst Little Podcast for the Reno News & Review’s annual Best of Northern Nevada contest. We appreciate your continued support! Thanks to all our Patreon donors. If you would like to help us create a permanent archive of Northern Nevada’s vibrant art and music scene please head to the Patreon and pledge a couple of bucks. For $5 a month you get access to our exclusive weekly sound check pre-show with special tracks from each week’s guest! We’re back next week with yet another Reno super-group, Dustbowl Salesman, featuring members of the Grimtones and Failure Machine!
Hello! Happy Independence Day! We’re excited to bring you one of the funniest episodes we’ve recorded in a Dogwater’s age. We are here with JUST IN-Beaver aka Spencer Eldridge. Backing him up is everyone’s good buddy, Lucca G Rhymes, and the Rhino is here too! Press play to hear the hilarious shenanigans of this bunch of exceptional hooligans!
Spencer has been playing as JUST IN-Beaver for about two years. When Spencer isn’t playing with his other band, A Wormhole Could Kill Us All, he keeps audiences laughing nervously while he sings us acoustic songs about boobs and bath salts. Lucca G also plays in A Wormhole Could Kill us All, as well as Reno’s most sexual band, Grimedog. Click through to follow all the bands on Facebook and learn where to see them next!
Also here is the Rhino! He’s been a DJ in Reno since forever and recently he’s parlayed that career into the charity work he is here talking with us about this week. If you’re not caught up, Rhino has been working on bringing his Golden Gate art car and Silent Disco to sick kids everywhere by touring to children’s hospitals. The Rhino is for the children, y’all. We’re happy to get the word out about his art car land speed record and fundraising activities for this amazing project. We will keep our listeners updated about future events!
Also! Kim wasn’t faking it last week when she called in injured! Here’s proof!
Thanks to all our guests for the ridiculous time. Get out and see some shows this week, Reno!
Be sure to check out everyone’s favorite monthly folk showcase, Loud as Folk this 4th of July Thursday! It’s our pal Spike McGuire’s album release party. See Cowboy Indian and Gina Rose open, too! 21+ 8PM No cover!
Friday – Pink Awful & Só Sol at The Loving Cup! 21+ 8PM $5
Saturday – Heterophobia! Rem Ved! Kelly McLeod! Blue Envy! at the Holland Project. All Ages 8PM $5-10 PWYC
Sunday – Fang / Mob Rule / Viva Revenge at Shea’s! 21+ 8PM $10/12
We hope you all have a safe and lovely 4th of July weekend. Don’t forget to head to the Reno News and Review to vote for us for best podcast! We appreciate all your votes and support! We’re off next week but back the week after that with newcomer Jade Brodie! Thanks for listening!
Hello! Welcome to this week’s Worst Little Podcast! We’re stoked AF to welcome first timers to the show, skate punks Knocked Down! They brought some high energy tunes and some hilarious quiz answers. Kim was MIA due to a party injury, so Rick, Rory, and Nick had to pick up the slack. We learn a ton about the dudes in the band and hear some rad tunes, including some brand new songs from their upcoming full length album. This is punk rock, folks. Press play!
Knocked Down is Chris Whaley (guitar/vocals) and Tony Heckerman (drums formerly of Melvin Makes Machineguns). Find them on Facebook, Instagram, and at their website for tour dates and more. We’ll keep our eyes on the band and let you know when they’re playing around these parts too! Thanks to Chris and Tony for being on the show and for supporting our shenanigans. Y’all were great!
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Go support your scene. Here are Kim’s picks this week:
Thursday – Check out our friends Outlaw Kindred for The Hopback Sessions at Great Basin Brewery in Sparks. They’re gonna play a 3 hour set! Don’t miss it. Family Friendly. 7PM No Cover
Friday – Get Out (Sac), Lost Idea, Heterophobia, Impurities at Drophouse. Message for address. 8PM
Saturday – The Flesh Hammers with Vague Choir on the cellar stage at Alturas Bar. This is the Flesh Hammers first show in two years! Don’t miss it. 21+ 8PM $5
Sunday – Get out of town to support the Sacramento Punk Rock Flea Market featuring several Reno bands including Donkey Jaw, BLUNDERBUSST, and Los Pistoleros! All ages. Noon to 10PM. Full lineup on the event page. $3
Beyond – Wednesday, July 3rd kicks off the always epic DEBAUCH-a-ReNO featuring The Dickies & the Spits! Click through for more details including a full schedule and lineup!
Next Thursday, July 4th get ready for the barn burner that will be our good pal Spike McGuire’s album release and Loud as Folk! This month features our favorites Gina Rose and Cowboy Indian! 21+ 8PM $5 suggested donation to Art Spot Reno.
It’s time for your weekly installment of the finest lowbrow art and culture that Reno can offer! This week’s antics are brought to you by FRIEND OF THE SHOW, Spike McGuire, and the cast of Fun Home, the Good Luck MacBeth summer musical! Director Jesse Briggs and actors Malary Engstrom and Imani Valle join us. Imani, a young version of the lead character, is one of the youngest guests we have had the pleasure of having on the show. SO, for the first half of the show is a riveting game of “Don’t Cross the Line!” Play along at home and guess who is the first to say something naughty!
Fun Home opens at GLM Friday, July 5 and runs through July 27, with 14 performances. The Artown opening weekend show is 90 minutes long and only one act, so be sure to get a drink at the bar… and then get a couple more drinks before you walk away. Livers gotta stay hydrated too!
THEE Spike McGuire is as entertaining as he is loquacious, as usual. Upcoming for him is a really big event – Loud As Folk at the 4th of July at Pignic, Spike will be releasing his new album! Following that, on August 28th, Spike will be headlining the Valhalla Boathouse Showroom!! Featured performers at this prestigious event include Sam Chase, Jesse and Jenny of Dead Winter Carpenters, Rach-bot and Buffalo Moses.
Coming up this weekend is a great show – The Grimtones at Taste of Chicago! ToC is celebrating their 3rd anniversary with a rock show! go see some rad folks and eat some good food, maybe ask for a shot of Malort and tell them the podcast sent ya!
Thanks for listening!