Welcome to this weeks Worst/Best Little Podcast! This week live from the recent, snowy past, we have Cowboy Indian. This is one damn entertaining episode – who knew these guys were so funny? Press play for scary German phrases, John’s big black strap-on, and squirrel dumplings!
Heavily influenced by yacht rock, Cowboy Indian formed expressly to write songs for the laaaaadies. Three different eras of sexy Elvis, Cowboy Indian is Lucas, John, and Jimmy Revolver.
See Cowboy Indian next March 8th at the Saint with the Squirrel Nut Zippers, then at Pignic for 4/20. Thanks for the tunes and the laughs, guys!
Holy hell, Reno. Last week was so epic. I think it broke my brain. This weekend won’t be any different. Go do these things:
Thursday – Everyone’s favorite monthly folk showcase, Loud As Folk, returns this Thursday night at Pignic! Featuring podcast staples John White and Jonie Blinman, plus the Wolf Creek Boys from Grass Valley, and more! 8PM 21+ $5 suggested donation goes to support KWNK radio.
Friday – Check out Raksha Paksha at The Jungle at 9PM 21+
Saturday – Head to Davidson’s for A Day Of Beetus! With Reno, We Have A Problem and One Ton Dually! It’s gonna be a shit show of the most entertaining variety. 9PM 21+ No cover
Sunday – Reno folk art+really good punk show. Live! featuring Robbers Roost (Washington folks. V good), Heterophobia (Reno Queer/Punk V fast), Bat Country (Something weird.), and Maggot (It’s 2 people now!) at the Potentialist. It’s gonna be a good time. 7PM All ages.
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Silly Pagans and blood sausage.
The Worst Little Podcast – S6 E4 – Download Link
This week we have Blacklisted which consists of Freddy and Derek. You may know them from Corner/Store – formerly The Tides. They are currently an instrumental band. However, they are looking for a singer. Bassist could be necessary as well. Inquire within.
Typically this is when we would tell you where to see them live next. Not the case this time. They are still working on their thing. Keep an eye on the Blacklisted Facebook page for updates. This weekend at Jub Jub’s Thirst Parlor will be Skate Jam 2016 though. Plenty of great bands playing that event.
Everyone send Rick a little love. Think about him, hug him when you see him next, send him an “I’m thinking about you” text, or hug someone you love right now because life is short, and we all love you.
Here is a picture of Nick that is full of more cool than you can shake a stick at:
Gollum in a wizard’s hat.
The Worst Little Podcast – S6 E3 – Download Link
Valentine’s Day draws near, Reverend Rory is out of the country, and we get that loving feeling with the lads of CRUSH. Aaron, Daniel, and Jimmy talk about getting the band back together, their newer direction, and how Pharrell killed their “Happy.” Check out how they define fuzz rock with their new tunes.
At Jub Jub’s this Friday you can rock out at Bands for Bernie. The Atomiks, Roxxy Collie, Wheatstone Bridge, Mikie Shame & Nick Ramirez will all be playing. On Saturday Spectre Records will be celebrating their one year anniversary with a concert in their store. Alphabet Cult, People With Bodies, and Flores will be playing. Based on what Dogwater Dick had to say, you should be keeping an ear out for some new Murderock soon.
Catch CRUSH this Friday, February 12, at MidTown Wine Bar. Fun starts at 8 P.M., goes until 11 P.M., it is 21+, and there is no cover. That means FREE! Grab your date and get your V.D. started early.
Go hug someone, tell them they are beautiful, and let them know they are loved! Then go catch a show.
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