one man band
Welcome back to our favorite one-man band: Felipendejo! Nothing will keep this man down, not snow in May, not Jon Cena, and certainly not COVID-19. You of course remember him from previous episodes as well as opening for epic acts like Mac Sabbath, Metalachi and Clownvis.
Throughout the pandemic, Kevin worked in a weed store and churned out videos on the Felipendejo IG page and the YouTubery – talk about time well spent! As usual, the conversation ranges far and wide, guided by Rick, Nick and Ian this week. Kim and Rory are really bummed they could not be there to talk with Kevin about his year and new music. Chewie is bummed, as always, that he has to make more money than the rest of us at his real job (but should be rejoining us for a live show soon!)
That’s right! Beginning in June, we are returning to our live format with weekly performances. Just a few more weeks!
And if you can’t wait for live music and entertainment – check out the Worst Little Grid below!
PS – don’t forget to check out Eric Stangeland’s “Wake Up” – available as of today, 05/21/21! Support Local Music!
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O frabjous day! Callooh! Callay!
In an episode that can arguably be called our most interesting episode yet, we welcome Felipendejo to the Worst Little Podcast this week. brainchild of Kevin Montoya (Ostracized), this is a singular musical experience – the fabled one-man band. Kevin brings the rock, and the funk, and the minimalism, and the art rock, and the noise in a cacophony of mental stimulation and limbering.
Kevin is a lot of fun to talk to – insightful, educated and definitely marching to the beat of his own drummer, which is, ostensibly, himself. Having only really been around for the better part of this year, the age of Felipendejo is just beginning!
Sorry for the delay in podcast again this week, folks. I’m just not as good at this as Kim is. As your Reverend, I am a slacker. iBut, it’s been for a good cause – I’ve recently started a new job as the booking agent for Headquarters Bar in downtown Reno. We are booking any and all acts, so hit up Rory Dowd at email@example.com if you want to get in on our fancy fancy (and really awesome sounding) stage.
Here’s your weekend Roundup:
–Sunday Services at HQ (featuring Dave and Dave)
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