Gina Rose

Gina Rose – Sad Songs Make Me Feel Better

Gina Rose – Sad Songs Make Me Feel Better
Season 09

 
 
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Hello and Welcome to the Worst Little Podcast! Kim, Nick, Dogwater Dick *and* our favorite Production Assistant, Ian, are in the studio this week with the lovely Gina Rose! There’s also a surprise guest with us this week who we NEVER thought we’d get on the show. Press play to find out who it is!

Gina Rose is a singer-songwriter from Reno, Nevada. She’s been described as young, warm, and wise with a knack for writing melancholic and memorable tunes. I’d say that’s all true. Gina’s next show is at Piper’s Opera House in Virginia City, October 17th, for a special edition of Loud As Folk. Also playing Piper’s are friends of the show Outlaw Kindred, So Sol, Huckleberry Road, and Greg Gilmore. Thanks to Gina and Andrew for being on the show. We had a blast!

Next week we’re back with Eddie and the Subtitles! Thanks for listening!

young warm and wise

Knocked Down!

Knocked Down!
Season 09

 
 
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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!

Chris Whaley

Tony Heckerman


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!

If you like what we do head over to our Patreon page! For just $5 a month you get access to our weekly pre-show/soundcheck! This is exclusive content just for our Patreon subscribers! Can’t support the Patreon? Give us a vote for best podcast over at the Reno News & Review’s annual Best of Northern Nevada poll! Click here for details and find us in the “culture” section. While you’re there vote for all your favorite local businesses, musicians, bars, trivia nights and more!

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.

We’re back next week with Spencer Eldridge’s new project, Just IN-Beaver and The Rhino will be here talking about his Golden Gate Project! See you soon. Thanks for listening!

Jonie Blinman – It Was a Trip

Jonie Blinman – It Was a Trip
Season 08

 
 

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Welcome back to the Worst Little Podcast! This week Dogwater Dick, Kadillac Kim, and Mister Nick Ramirez are in the studio with talented Reno-based singer-songwriter Jonie Blinman. Last on the show all the way back in 2011 (listen here!), she’s back from her travels and is making some cool new sounds on that guitar of hers, so press play and give her a listen. We’ve got lots of Marianarchy details this week so listen to the end for those.

Reno singer-songwriter Jonie Blinman poses with her guitar.

Jonie Blinman

Jonie has been busy writing new music and has most recently played at the Jungle for their Friday night showcase. Keep an eye out here and on her music page for more show dates!

There’s a whole bunch of awesome shows coming your way. Here’s a few worth a look:

Thursday – Grace Gatsby, Athena McIntyre & Jordan Collins at the Saint. 8PM 21+

Friday – Soft White Sixties (L.A.) at The Loving Cup. 10PM 21+ $5

Saturday – Drag Me Under, Pressure Drop, Skew Ring, Gina Rose at The Holland Project. 7PM All ages. $5

Beyond – It’s not too late to get your tickets for one of my favorite punk acts,  Against Me! with Chris Farren, Sharp/Shock at Cargo next Wednesday night!

Also Wednesday check out podcast fam and hella rad chick Grace Hayes at Local 891 Live at Brew Brothers! 21+ No cover. $8.91 for an all you can drink wristband.

Next Friday, May 18th, join our podcast guest Jonie Blinman when she hosts her monthly songwriter showcase, Songwriters In the Round at Fine Vines. 8PM

Get those tickets for Larry and His Flask ASAP. See locals Boss’s Daughter open on May 25th. All ages! $15

Marianarchy May 25th and 26th – benefiting Brian Smith – featuring Roxxie Collie, Pink Awful, Alphabet Cult, Prince Robot, Reno, We Have a Problem and many more great Reno bands! Click here and here for the full day one and two lineups. Come out to win some amazing art and prizes. Let’s do what we do and help our good friend Brian recover from his heart attack.

Thanks for listening! Please click through to our Patreon page if you appreciate what we do here. You can help us record and archive Reno music for years to come. We do this for our bands for FREE and they leave with their recordings. It’s a win for Reno music!

BLUNDERBUSST – Not About That Bass

BLUNDERBUSST – Not About That Bass
Season 08

 
 

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Podcasting live from the recent, sweaty past, we’re bringing you the power trio from Carson, our friends Blunderbusst! It has been six whole years since they have graced our humble studio and they’re bringing a heavy dose of nostalgia and kick ass tunes. This week we’re talking clown Elvis’s, hamburger hands, and sweet, sweet practice holes! Press play for this podcast EXCLUSIVE from Blunderbusst!

There were no interns this week so Kim had to do all the heavy lifting. And by heavy lifting I mean beers and conversation! Kim’s adventures this week consisted of clowning around with a clown Elvis impersonator and turning 35! Here’s proof that Clownvis exists! Come back, Clownvis!

Clown Elvis at Sheas

CLOWNVIS – If I can get Clownvis to come back to Reno, Rory will buy me a baby! “Why is a baby a currency, Rory? What happened to buying a girl a drink?” – Carolyn

 

Reno band Blunderbusst posing at Dogwater Studios.

Blunderbusst – Jen Scaffidi ~ Carolyn Gates ~ Carson Cessna

Blunderbusst is Jen Scaffidi, Carolyn Gates, and Carson Cessna. We’re waiting with baited breath for upcoming show dates. Worst Little Podcast Listeners will be some of the first in the know. We hear there might be some stuff happening at Foxy Olive and St. James Infirmary soon! We loved having these three on the show again. Let’s hope it’s not another six years for the next time.

This last week was pretty epic, even by Reno standards, and next week will be more of the same! Here are Kim’s picks:

Thursday – The Ghost Town Rebellion. If you’re looking for some crazy outlaw Americana, Pignic is where you’ll find it. 21+ 8 PM As always at Pignic, no cover!

Friday – Hubcap Stealers/Drag Me Under/Pink Awful at Shea’s 21+ 9PM $6

Saturday – Jesus & the Dinosaurs//Slutzville//Prince Robot//Heterophobia at Shea’s 21+ 8PM $6

Sunday – The Sam Chase & The Untraditional, Gina Rose, Spike McGuire 21+ 8PM

Beyond – Mark your calendars May 4th for the first ever 24HR Make-A-Thon at the Generator! We are bringing you 24 hours of workshops, short films, and local jams to raise funds for our artist scholarships. Buy your tickets now for only $16 (they go up to $24 soon). Don’t miss out on one of the best events of the year. If you would like to volunteer for a ticket or if you’d like to be involved another way, hit Kim up ASAP! See you at the Genny!

Thanks so much to this weeks guests and for all of our listeners! We appreciate you! Let’s also take a moment to wish Jen a happy birthday! We’re all getting older but Jen just stays the same age. We’ll see you next week for 33 Black!