Or something like that….
Just a little sensationalism in the headline, because we’ve got two hot sensations in studio with us today! First is the fresh sounds of Lincoln Skinz, a Reno punk/metal act that has been very active in recent months. J Whiskey, Paul and John rip through some tight, hard-driving rock throughout the show.
As an added treat, we’ve brought back our favorite former co-host and best intern, Jamie!!! She is directing the upcoming production of Mrs. Bob Cratchit’s Wild Christmas Binge at Good Luck Macbeth! She is joined by Choreographer Amy Ginder and Tech Director Derek Nance! This hilarious and definitely naughty take on the christmas classic opens on the day after Thanksgiving and runs through the month of December. Tickets are available online, through the link or at www.goodluckmacbeth.org
As always, thanks for listening.
Hello! Welcome to the Worst Little Podcast. This week we have brand new to us band Sad Giants in the studio. Kim took the week off but everyone else was there to ask these guys all the important, hilarious, and inappropriate questions you’ve come to expect from us. Press play!
Sad Giants is Bobby Benedict, Jesse Moran, and Quentin Young. They describe themselves as a power trio that kicks out the melodic rawness of Americana rock ala Springsteen or Petty, with a modern pop wit that twinges each song with its own unique catch – from 90s college rock to melodic punk. Big thanks to the band for hanging out with us. Keep an eye on their Facebook for upcoming show dates!
Thanks to all our Patreon supporters! If you like what we do head over to our Patreon page and throw a little cash Rick’s way. For $5 a month you get access to our super special pre-show featuring an exclusive song and behind the scenes shenanigans from each week’s band! We’re back next week with Lincoln Skinz and the cast of Good Luck Macbeth’s new play, Ms. Cratchitt. Thanks for listening!
Hello and welcome back to the Worst Little Podcast! We’ve got an extra spooky episode for you this week featuring our friends from Murderock and Candy Apples and the Razor Blades! Their new project is called the Sonic Dead and it’s as amazing as you’d expect from these seasoned rockers. Press play!
The Sonic Dead is: Fred McKennon (vox), Chris Alexander (guitar), Michael Ellis Robedeau (guitar), Keith Jewett (bass), Zach Johnson (drums), Bryan Cowell (acoustic guitar), and Olive Guzicki (backing vox). See them live November 8th at Shea’s with Franks & Deans and Just-In Beaver! Thanks to the Sonic Dead for being on this week’s show!
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Welcome back! This week’s episode is short and sweet, featuring all new music from Eddie and The Subtitles and a special cameo from friend of the show and Reno singer-songwriter and poet, Matthew Howlett. We’re gonna talk about what all these crazy Reno kids have been up to. Press Play!
From the band: Originally from Reno, Eddie was living in L.A. in the late 70’s when the punk / hardcore scene exploded. Eddie and The Subtitles were an integral part of the early L.A. punk scene playing alongside The Germs, X, Black Flag, Middle Class, Bad Religion, The Gears etc.
Eddie and The Subtitles line-up is:
Eddie Subtitle on vocals/guitar, Benny on drums, Penny and Mikie (The Shames) on guitar and bass.
Thanks to all our guests for being here this week. We can’t do this show without you! Next week we’re back with everyone’s favorite spooky rockers, MURDEROCK! Thanks for listening!