Welcome! Kim and Rory played hooky this week, but fortunately our other hosts Nick, Chewy, and Dogwater Dick were present to pick up the slack. Press play right now to hear some SUPER SECRET (okay, it’s not secret, but it is SUPER) Grimtones news that you’ll only hear on the Worst Little Podcast! This weeks show has everything – astrology, tales of auto-erotic asphyxiation, and uncomfortable silences. Pretty much in that order!
Our guest this week is Reno
Jackson 5 cover band experimental, psychedelic alt-rock band, Blacklisted. Established in 2015, Blacklisted is what happens when you form a band while on drugs (calm down, it’s legal now!). The band is busy writing new music and is planning on a spate of February and March shows.
Many thanks to Blacklisted for gracing our studio for this weeks show. Next week we have the elusive and mysterious Bat Country as our musical guest. Rory and Kim will be back and Kim will be sharing some exciting details about the first ever Reno Punk Rock Flea Market.
Don’t forget to click through to our Patreon. Rick works hard all week and spends his night off recording/archiving Reno bands for FREE. So kick some funds down. Feel like you want a little something in return for your scratch? We’ll do just about anything. Want some stickers? We’ve got stickers. Advertising? Our silky radio voices are primed and ready. Want us to host topless? Hit us up.
Thursday – Gina Rose / Dead Country Gentlemen / The Grimtones at St. James Infirmary. 21+ 9PM NO COVER
Friday – Roxxy Collie & Gina Rose at Pignic! 21+ 9PM NO COVER
Saturday – Prince Robot CD Release Party with Pink Awful and Corner Store 21+ 9PM NO COVER
See you next week. Thanks for listening!
Welcome back, welcome back, welcome back!
It’s been a loooooong break, almost as long as Ricks….. sobriety, (sure, we’ll go with that). We hope all your Christmas wishes have come true and all your New Year’s Resolutions
are already broken are coming to fruition!
We are pleased to welcome to the show a true Reno bon vivant, the singular MC, Franc Friday. Two-time “Best Rapper in Northern Nevada” winner, Franc has worked the crowds in Reno for half a decade and shows no sign of holding back. His is a new kind of hip hop – lyrically aggressive, sharp electronica blended with beats.
Despite having digs all the way over on the East Coast, in NYC, he still regularly visits the RNO, recording and releasing music. His EP, “Frequent Flyer” dropped at the end of 2017 and he is already at work on his next. We have exclusive Franc Friday tracks, including something still in the mix, up early in the show. It’s hard to get to the songs though, because godDAM that boy can talk. You all think Reverend Rory is this self-absorbed force of nature that talks over everything? He was naught but a flea in the path of the Franc Train.
Also, there’s a little something Rick gets into early in the show: we now have a Patreon page! https://www.patreon.com/worstlittlepodcast That’s right – you too can be a part of the podcast without doing anything but throw a little money in our humble hat! After seven fun seasons, we are turning to you, the listening audience, for a little love. It’s not that we are likely to stop promoting Reno artists, musicians, events and venue, or refrain from archiving live tracks of as many Reno, Sparks, Carson and Northern Nevada bands as we possibly can. No! We’re suckers and love doing this for our own amusement and benefit. But, if you appreciate what we do and how we do it – you can be a part of the team! Buy the bands a beer! Get us to say your name on an episode! Name your terms – we have few boundaries and interns for when we do!
Check it out: https://www.patreon.com/worstlittlepodcast
As always, it’s good to have you hear. We have a fantastic year lined up for you so far, including a kick-ass “Women’s March” with the Month of Three being dominated with great Reno ladies; some old friends and some surprises; and of course, all the newest Reno music and events.
Thursday, 1/11 – Reno Compliment Slam at the Potentialist Workshop
Saturday, 1/13 – Basement Tapes, Vague Choir and Grimtones at The Saint
Feb – PUNK ROCK FLEA MARKET – just follow the link. It’s gonna be rad, thanks to Kadillac Kim.
Thanks for Listening!
Merry Krimble and a ho ho ho!
Worst Little Listeners, thanks for tuning in again and bearing with us for another year. This year we have something truly special to share with you – no, not that we put a down payment on a short-bus
(details soon for the crowdfunder). It just so happens that Reverend Rory’s parents were in town for a little early Christmas! And he was able to fast-talk invite them onto the show! Team Wifey – Diana Dowd and Mikie Ramirez – are also in the room; and let us not forget little Rikku, in for her yearly recording session. Listen in the new year for more outrageous and questionable samples!
Its not the longest show, but we have a lot of fun. There are gifts, embarrassing stories about The Rev, an intern gets a name, all the Christmas wishes and – most importantly – a classic retelling of “The Legend Of Hamburger James And The True Meaning Of Christmas”, as disastrously read by Reverend Rory.
This is our last episode of the year. One Ton Dually will be playing a show with the Riptide Bandits and Dawn of Envy at Davidson’s Distillery on NYE! Please come check it out.
We will see you in January with The Sway, an up-and-coming Reno funk band. From all of us, to all of you – have a joyous and wonderful holiday season. And if you’re not? Hit one of us up, reach out, call a friend, hug a cat – but don’t let it get to you. We love you.
Thanks for Listening.
This week we had a studio full of gingers and boy did things get spicy. Our guest is the one and only John White, joined by our favorite red headed, cookie baking, trivia hosting comedian, Aubrey Forston! Hide your kids, take out your grandmas hearing aids, and press play to hear us reminisce about the excellent weekend that was Marianarchy, snowy pubes, and road head music.
John White has been making records since 2005. He currently has NINE full length albums recorded on his record label Here Here Records. For a dude who’s only 31 years old, that’s quite the feat. Catch John next at The Saint with Johnny Bailey December 30th!
Also joining us this week is the lovely Aubrey Forston, a name you should remember. Aubrey has been performing comedy since coming to Reno. She is also the host of three weekly trivia nights: Tuesday Trivia at Jub Jub’s; Wednesday Trivia at Beck’s Brewhouse; and Sunday Trivia at Shea’s! Aubrey brings the comedy and the cookies, you bring your smarts and wits to win bar tabs!
Thanks to both of our guests for spending their Monday nights with us. I hope we see you around Reno soon!
This weekend it look’s like Friday is where it’s at. There’s something for everyone. Check out my short list and hit us up on Facebook to tell us what you loved.
LEE Dewyze / Frank Viele / Mic Smith / Greg Gilmore / Todd Christensen at the Hard Rock Hotel Casino Lake Tahoe. Lee Dewyze, winner of American Idol, is performing with a stacked lineup of local talent. Lee is known for his hit tune “blackbird song” as heard on The Walking Dead. 21+ 8 p.m. $20
KWNK Reno Community Radio presents A Very Cassie Ramone X-Mas w/ Colleen Green, Stirr Lightly at the Holland Project. Back for the 3rd year in a row, Cassie Ramone (Vivian Girls, The Babies) returns for a magical night of Christmas tunes from her album Christmas in Reno. Joining for the night, Los Angeles shredder Colleen Green is back! Joining Cassie for duets, and performing a set of her own solo work, Colleen is a garage-pop force of nature. Kicking off the night, Stirr Lightly make intricate and catchy surf-tinged indie tunes with three part harmonies that’ll be stuck in your head for days. There’s limited room at KWNK, so buy your tickets early!
7PM / $7 / ALL AGES
Reno super group, Voted Best Band, plays Jub Jub’s this Friday. 21+ 8 p.m.
Bazooka Zac x Ghostwerk lead St. James Infirmary’s weekly dance party. 21+ 9 p.m.
Also Friday, Get Lit! with Camz – Planned Parenthood Fundraiser at Pignic. The tree isn’t the only thing getting lit this . . . . . . . . . well, you’ve heard this joke before. Come LIGHT IT UP for Planned Parenthood in Northern Nevada! $5 Donations Encouraged. 10% Bar Sales Donated. Natalie Henriques will be live on the scene to raising awareness for this ever important cause. CAMZ will be keeping the booties shakin’ all night and the Pignic Crew will be slinging your favorite cold ones!
Lex White Music Video Release Show Feat. Josiah Knight And Mason Frey at Studio on 4th. It’s the release of Lex White’s music video and Down Under-themed EP, Clancy of the Overflow! Together with local folk heavy-hitters Josiah Knight and Mason Frey, you won’t want to miss this night of acoustic music and folk song storytelling! 18+ 8 p.m. $5
Drake Night w/ DJ Atey Ate + Heidalicious at Headquarters Bar. That’s right boys and girls, Drake night is here. Featuring the sweet tunes from DJ Ate Ate and Heidalicious. They will be playing those sweet jams all night long. So, whether you love him or hate him, it’s undeniable that Drake gets booties moving. So move your booty on down to HQ Reno for Drake night. 21+ 10 p.m.
December Birthdays Have Feelings Too is happening at Shea’s. This Party is for all the People that have Birthdays in December, that always get the shaft…the Christmas/Birthday or “double” Present. We’re gonna have Cake and eat it too. This Birthdays for you! 21+ 10 p.m.
Songwriters In the Round Featuring Jonie Blinman, Michelle Pappas, Mel Wade and Hannah Etchison at the Saint. 21+ 6:30 p.m.
That’s all for this week. Thanks for listening, Reno. We love you!
Oh hi, I didn’t see you there. Welcome to the Worst Little Podcast. We’re sorry. This week we have Reno “doom, sludge, alterno-whatever metal” band Kanawha in the studio to fill your ears with, um, doom? Kanawha has been playing shows in Reno and Tahoe since May with their debut at Marianarchy. Catch them next at the Marianarchy Winter Ball benefiting Emily Reese this weekend at Jub Jub’s! Go hear some loud desert songs and drink for a good cause (as opposed to the other reasons you drink).
This four piece is made up of Tony – guitar, Garett – drums, Chris – bass, Mark “the Adorable Hulk” – vocals.
Go like their Facebook page to stay updated on band news. I hear there’s some records coming your way soon.
This weekend the most important place to be is Jub Jub’s as we come together as a community to support Emily Reese while she battles cancer for the third time. Silent auction, raffle prizes, drink specials, AND kick ass bands. Don’t forget, Emily gets a portion of the bar so the more you drink, the more you help Emily and her family!
And there’s some other stuff happening too. Here’s a short list. See you at Jub’s this weekend, Reno!
Thursday – First Thursday with Hellbound Glory at the Nevada Museum of Art. Grab a drink, groove to the live music, and check out the galleries. Sponsored by Barrick Gold of North America. Hosted by 100.1 The X FM Radio and Great Basin Brewing Company. Wine sponsored by Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits. 5 p.m. $10 General / FREE for museum members.
Head to Shea’s for some metal and punk from KrashKarma / Murderock/Uncle Angry/American Slacker Society this Thursday night. 21+ 8 p.m. $5/6
Loud as Folk Presents: Amnesty for Spike. Bring our boy home! Spike McGuire is in Europe and we’re banding to bring the Folk King back to the states! Join Gina Rose, Johnny Harpo, Olaf Vali Duna, Josiah knight and your host Greg Gilmore for a night of acoustic bliss. Drink specials from Lagunitas Brewing Co. 21+8pm | $5 suggested donation will benefit Reno Little Theater
Friday – Day 1! Marianarchy Winterball 2017:a benefit for Emily Reese Friday 12/8 @ Jub Jubs Thirst Parlor. Lineup for day one:
Schizopolitans, Aversion Therapy, Vague Choir, Alphabet Cult, Pink Awful, Roxxy Collie, SWIGS, Prince Robot, Fate Awaits, Princess Bombs, the Adorables, local comedians Jenny PezDeSpencer, Nic Taro,Tim D’Ambrosio, Tyler Friend, Sara Rooker, Nick Josten, and hosts Nick Ramirez, Rory Dowd, and Elgin Alway! Late night dance party with DJ Jabberwocky!! Emily gets all door proceeds and a portion of the bar, so come ready to drink for a good cause and donate to Emily’s GoFundMe. 21+ 5 p.m.
Saturday –Day 2! Marianarchy Winterball : a benefit for Emily Reese Saturday 12/9 @ Jub Jub’s Thirst Parlor. Lineup for day two: Vampirates, Reno We Have A Problem, Kanawha, Sans Ami, Donkey Jaw, Flood Fire Death Drought, One Ton Dually, Grimtones, Voodoo Cats, Cabras Viejas, John Frederick, Max Volume, Britt Straw, Tom Plunkett, local comedians Jenny PezDeSpencer, Nic Taro, Tim D’Ambrosio, Tyler Friend, Sara Rooker, Nick Josten, and hosts Nick Ramirez, Rory Dowd, and Elgin Alway! Late night dance party with DJ Jabberwocky!! 21+ 2 p.m.
Sunday – Sunday is a day of rest, and after Marianarchy you’re going to need a rest. And probably religion. Go to church or something.
Thanks as always for listening, Reno! See you next week for John White!
Whoa baby boy did we have some fun with this week’s guest, Skew Ring! Little is known about this mysterious five piece band out of Reno, Nevada. That’s what we’re here for! By the end of this episode you will know far too much. Sorry, not sorry. Listen up to hear what the excellent Reno rock band, Skew Ring, has to say/play (spoilers: it’s mostly gay jokes).
Skew Ring has been around a short time and even after this podcast, little is still known about these elusive beasts. They have recently played The Saint and The Holland Project and there’s talk of an EP coming out soon. Keep an eye on their Instagram for updates on where you can see them in the wild. And trust me, you should definitely see them in the wild.
Thanks for coming on the show, Skew Ring!
We hope the rest of you had awesome Thanksgiving’s like we did. Last week was pretty rad for Reno music. This week won’t be any different!
Big Gigantic returns to Reno on November 30th at Cargo Concert Hall with support from Brasstracks. Big Gigantic is an instrumental electronic, hip-hop, and jazz musical duo based out of Boulder, and are known as the pioneers of adding live saxophone to dance music. Info and tickets here. 18+ 7 p.m. $26/28 (no fee tickets at Melting Pot)
The Brothers Comatose, a five piece bluegrass band from San Francisco, returns to Reno this Friday with support from Reno country duo, Huckleberry Road. Tickets here! Happening at The Saint. 21+ 7 p.m. $16 adv (no fee tickets at Melting Pot)
ONOFF / Knocked Down / Jukebox Rebels/ Corner Store at Shea’s About the bands: ONOFF- Rock n Roll originally from Ireland; Knocked Down- pop punk from CA; Jukebox Rebels- Psychobilly from Carson City; Corner Store- Cat loving Garage punk from Reno. 21+ 8 p.m.
See house legend DJ Dan at 1UP this Saturday night. DJ Dan has been described as America’s hardest working DJ, with a 15 year career playing and producing techno and house music. Tickets here. 21+ 10 p.m. $10/15
At the Holland Project, Dingbat Superminx ~ Long Hu ~ Dale ~ Arizona Young, promise to bring you a beautiful night of music + performance art. Details and tickets here. 7 p.m. / $5
Tuesday night is going to be HUGE for one of Reno’s hardest working bands, Boss’ Daughter. They’re opening for Rise Against and Pennywise at the Grand Sierra Resort. It’s going to be a crazy time. We’re hella proud of those guys. Get your tickets now! 7:30 p.m.
That’s a wrap. Go see some shit and do some things.
Thanks for listening, Reno!
Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at the Worst Little Podcast! This week we have something to be extra thankful for. Our guests this week are the phenomenally talented folks of Reno’s best Garage Soul band, Failure Machine.
Failure Machine’s current lineup is Spencer Kilpatrick on guitar and singing stuff, Clintonious Philbin on drums, and Rachael McElhiney plays bari sax and also does singing stuff.
Failure Machine plays all the cool basements and sometimes they play for the rest of us who aren’t cool enough for basements. See Failure Machine’s next show at The Saint, New Years Eve! It’s a Failure Machine, Dainesly, and Team Francis high school prom do-over! As a special treat, they’ll be performing soul covers of Misfits songs. I am really excited, guys.
Thanks so much for being our guest this week! We can’t wait to see you again!
It may be Thanksgiving weekend, but don’t fret, Reno isn’t going to let a little thing like a family holiday get in the way of our good time. If you need an excuse to flee awkward conversations and racist uncles, this list might be for you!
Thursday – Thanksgiving orphans (like myself – holler) can find food and friends at the following local bars. Bring something to share!
Go for the food, stay for the friends, and have a safe and happy Thanksgiving.
Friday – It’s Record Store Day at Recycled Records! They’re raffling off some great prizes to benefit the Food Bank of Northern Nevada. Go for the 2,000 new to you records and stay for the live music going all day! 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Kid friendly
Saturday – Make Him A Steak, a groove based pedal steel trio, will be releasing their debut EP titled To Eat at The Saint. There will be performances by Redfield Clipper, Team Francis, and DJ The Terrible! Details here. 21+ 8 p.m.
Sunday – Tommy Stinson’s (The Replacements) Cowboys in the Campfire Reno comes to 7th Street Station. This is a private house show with a very limited amount of tickets left. Click on the event link for more details! All ages. 7 p.m.
That wraps up this week’s excellent show. Thanks for listening, Reno!
Congrats on stumbling upon our humble little podcast! This week our hosts sat down with the Adorables to talk some utter nonsense and hear some really great political folk punk.
The Adorables are a bit of a Reno super-group. All three members have been involved in the Reno music scene for years, with impressive stints in some of Reno’s finest rock bands like Stabby Unicorn, Pinky Polanski and Liver Scars (among others!). The Adorables are playing Marianarchy for the first time this December.
Thanks for being on the show, guys! We can’t wait to hear what comes next for you!
As always, there’s a boat load of crazy good shows happening in Reno this week. Go see some things and report back:
Thursday – See Thee Commons Live at the Saint Thursday night. 21+ 8 p.m. $10/12
For a blast from Reno past, see Keyser Soze Live at the Peppermill’s Terrace Lounge the 16th through the 18th. 21+ 7 p.m. No cover.
Friday – Spike McGuire is leaving town to tour Europe for a month! Let’s send him off right. Spike and Friends are playing at Taste Of Chicago at 9 p.m. Grab a beer and a slice and listen to what’s new. Details here!
Dance Party For Planned Parenthood is happening Friday night at The Holland Project. Show your support! 100% of proceeds goes directly to our local Planned Parenthood clinic. All ages! $5 suggested donation or feminine hygiene products.
Saturday – If you’re trying to avoid downtown like I will be, Head to Davidson’s for Reno, We Have A Problem-Onesie Night Only! 21+ 9 p.m.
Dead Country Gentlemen with Leaving Town are at Pignic Saturday night. 21+ 9 p.m. No cover.
Eddy House Benefit show at the Hideout featuring Haterecorder-Local postcore gods, The Scattering-Metallic thrash fury, sans ami-Skramzy powerviolence. 21+ $2 or 2 cans of food at the door, all proceeds go to Eddy House.
Sunday – For all your punk rock needs, Shea’s is serving up Mad Max Party w/Short Fuse,Dirty Work,Mokosos,MachineGunVendetta. 21+ 8 p.m. $5 with costume/$7 without
Monday – Head to Shea’s to see the eclectic lineup of Guttermouth/Koffin Kats/Atom Age/Gallows Bound/Black Plague Wolves. There’s something for everyone at this show, from punk to rockabilly, even some bluegrass. Don’t miss this one. Get your online tickets here! 21+ 8 p.m. $20 adv
Tuesday – Trivia is HOT at Jub Jub’s every Tuesday night! Bring your friends, bring a date, bring your mom! Compete for bar tabs and fresh baked cookies. Trivia starts at 8 p.m.
Wednesday – Cursed Bastard/OneTonDually/South Shore Riot/ ReptileRootsLeague is happening at Shea’s. Catch some psycho-billy and good old fashioned rock & roll. 21+ 8 p.m.
If Shea’s isn’t your thing, catch the Boss’ Daughter Gobble Gobble Welcome Home Show with John Underwood at Pignic. 21+ 8 p.m. No cover.
Didn’t make it to trivia at Jub Jub’s? You’re in luck because Beck’s Brew House hosts weekly trivia every Wednesday starting at 7:30 p.m.!
That’s all, folks. Thanks for listening!
Helloooooo, Reno, and welcome to the Worst Little Podcast! We are joined by a full cast and crew tonight and we’re hella excited to share some time with roaming singer-songwriter Liam Kyle Cahill! We’re catching up on the last week of Reno shenanigans with all our hosts, including our review of Generation We: a HipHOpera. Spoilers: we loved it. We’re also recapping Offbeat Fest, and, oh yeah, we have a musician here! We’re welcoming Liam Kyle Cahill back to the podcast for the first time in a couple of years! He’s got some stuff to say and some exclusive songs to preview here for you! So let’s get into it.
Liam’s sound has been described as Mumford & Sons in a bar room brawl with Bob Dylan at a punk rock concert. Liam hails from Reno and has spent most of the last couple of years touring full time. World traveler and touring musician, Liam has earned the label Nomad By Fate.
Liam’s recent shows have been in Tahoe and Truckee just this past weekend. Stay tuned here for updated show dates!
Thanks to Liam for showing up and bullshitting with us for a couple of hours. I hope this nomad returns to Reno soon.
This weekend Reno has some stuff for you. So much stuff.
Thursday Generation We kicks off the last weekend of the show. CATCH THIS RIGHT NOW. It’s your last chance, folks. Tickets and info HERE.
DGBB at The Saint w/Horseshoes & Hand Gernades,Kitchen Dwellers at the Saint. 21+ 7 p.m.
Head to Shea’s for some good old fashioned punk rock with Bastards Of Young / Viva Revenge / Basement Tapes/ The Grimtones. 21+ 8 p.m. $10 at the door.
Drink-182 : Presidential Edition is happening at 1UP Thursday night. Go celebrate the worst year in history with some emo sing alongs and lots and lots of booze. 21+ 9 p.m. No cover
Friday is the opening night of Get Bent: The Musical. We had the cast of Get Bent as our guest a couple of weeks ago. I am really stoked to see it and you should be too! Tickets and details here!
See The John Whites at The Loving Cup Friday night! John is playing his new album with the full band. You’d be a dummy if you missed this. 21+ 9 p.m. No cover
For something a little more intimate, head to the house show at 7th Street Station for M. Lockwood Porter: Full Band Show! If you haven’t been to Tim’s place you’re missing out. This is a good one to dip your toes into. All ages. $15 and worth every penny. Make sure to click through to the event page for tickets.
See Three Bad Jacks / Donkey Jaw/ The Habituals at Shea’s Saturday night. This show will be major. 21+ 8 p.m.
Chaki / 7-Out/ Hector Acevedo are playing at Shea’s Sunday night. Check out some local hip-hop and Latin guitar. 21+ 8 p.m.
Monday – Watch some Netflix, fuckers. We all need a day of rest.
Anderson East is playing a free show sponsored by 100.1 the X at Chapel. He is in regular rotation on the X and I am way excited to see him. 21+ 6 p.m. No cover
THIS IS MAJOR SO PAY ATTENTION: Jeremy Enigk, front-man for Sunny Day Real Estate, is playing in a FUCKING LIVING ROOM Wednesday night. Drop everything and buy your ticket. As of this recording there are 10 tickets left. See the guy from Sunny Day Real Estate sing like 5 feet from your face. All ages at 7th Street Station. 8 p.m. $30 (worth it).
I think that’s all, folks! For all of us at Dogwater Studios, Rory, Nick, Chewy, Dogwater Dick, Kadillac Kim, and even the interns, thanks for listening! Life is short and we love you.
Welcome to the spookiest little podcast in all the land. For your listening horror this week, we have Reno metal band, Murderock! Listen up for LOTS of talk about murder, sex robots, and some exclusive new music from our band. Let’s do this!
Murderock comes from the Nevada wastelands to destroy everything you love! Neat! They are: Freddie Ferox (vox), Franky Ferox (guitar), Temporary Brian(bass), Zachy Ferox (drums), Sammi Ferox (shotgun)
Murderock has been busy this year slaying crowds and burying the bodies. Check them out at Offbeat Festival this weekend at Studio on 4th and next on December 7th at Shea’s with alt-metal band from LA, KrashKarma.
This week is HUGE for music in Reno. Thursday through Saturday is Offbeat Festival, a city wide music showcase featuring 103 bands! That’s a whole lot of live music. I’ll try not to leave anything out, but click here for the full Offbeat schedule and get your wristbands now. Check out all of the things and report back!
Thursday – Hellbound Glory is playing the opening night of Offbeat Fest. It’s going to be a packed house. Come get your writstbands and see some great outlaw country at The Saint! Details and tickets for Offbeat here! 21+ 7 p.m.
Reno staple Loud As Folk is back at Pignic featuring Britt Straw and Mason Frye. Get your local folk on and drink some $4 Lagunitas beer while you’re there. 21+ $5 suggested donation.
Friday – Head to Shea’s Friday night for the SWIGS album release party. Get your surf-punk on with SWIGS, Apache, Bloody Waters, and Pink Awful. 21+ 8 p.m. Free with your Offbeat wristband $10 without.
Also Friday catch podcast host Nick Ramirez with his band Roxxy Collie at Third Street Bar, along with Tag Along Friend, Youngblood, and Kelli Schaefer. Click here for details and set times. 21+ 8 p.m. Free with wristband, $10 at the door.
Saturday – More Offbeat madness is happening city wide. You have lots of choices to make Saturday night, but one of them should be to see Cave Clove (SF) at your second favorite Irish watering hole, Ceol. Cave Clove is the side project of Travis Hayes guitarist, Brent Curriden. 8 p.m. 21+
The Saint is hosting local favorites Silver during Saturday Night’s Music Showcase! Also featured is Marty O’Reilly and the Old Soul Orchestra, The Seshen, and Royal Jelly Jive! 21+ 8 p.m. Free with wristband. Cover at the door.
As if you weren’t already conflicted about Saturday night (god knows I am), the SNAFU Family Showcase and $1 Beer Festival is happening at Pignic from 4 p.m. on. Check out Failure Machine, Shotgun Sawyer, and more! 21+ Free with wristband $5 at the door.
If I make it through this weekend I will talk to ya’ll on Monday, when we welcome Reno based singer-songwriter Liam Kyle Cahill to the podcast. However, there are serious doubts about my ability to survive this years Offbeat. Wish my liver luck.
For all of us at the Worst Little Podcast, life is short and we love you. See you out there and thanks for listening.