WLP – Episode 006
When Nick gets a get, he GETS A GET!
This week we have not one, but TWO premeire creative talents from the cesspool known as the Reno scene. We didn’t even have time to talk about ourselves and all the cool stuff we did last week.
The reclusive and elusive George Pickard of the Atomiks and the
just plain fucking wierd complimentary XTEVION of Schizopolitans stop by the studio to bullshit with us, talk about their upcoming show on March 11th, and play some NEVER BEFORE RELEASED TRACKS! That’s right – Worst Little Podcast EXCLUSIVES!!!! The Atomiks and Schizopolitans like you’ve never heard them before!
NEXT WEEK – Episode 7: Return of the Chewbacca
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The long awaited fifth episode of the Worst Little Podcast!
The non-stop value-added entertainment rollercoaster continues to give you more! Nick and Rory have been busy worker bees recently. Nick
discovers something about his sexuality brings in some old cuts from his old band, Source, for us all to enjoy. He has a lot of irons in the fire and at least one will be featured in an upcoming issue of the Reno News and Review. Rory reveals a secret. A really big secret. It’s awesome and even this blog post is tempting fate. WLP Webmaster Shaun Burks sits in and finds out what his true role in the show is. Rickey stays pretty quiet during most of the show (as well he should). And we play a game in-studio!
WLP – Episode missing
Just kidding! It’s not missing it never got recorded!
Due to complications over the weekend, Dogwater Studios was actually recording some rock and rollers – Ditch the Pilot. Look for them playing with Big Remote this Saturday, February 26 at Jub Jub’s Thirst Parlor. Check back next week for a new episode when we introduce the final member of the team, Webmaster Shaun Burks.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
Josh is out working hard for his money and doesn’t have time for his real friends. We recap our VD experiences, Rick outs himself as a creeper and we talk with Reno wordsmith and verse-slinger Tony Walker. Tony whores himself out more than Nick is involved with lots of local projects, venues and performers. He puts us all to shame, but we don’t care – we’re the ones with a fake radio show!