Reno folk punk

Two Man Lemmon Band – Lemmon Party

Season 13
Two Man Lemmon Band - Lemmon Party
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This week we welcome the ever-evolving Two Man Lemmon Band!
Spencer Eldridge started out solo with his guitar and some songs under the banner Just In Beaver. That was followed by being joined on bass by Grimedog’s Lucas Grimes. Then after a name change to the current, Two Man Lemmon Band are now joined by Bobby Enzenberger (OG bassist for Pussy Velour) on cello, filling out their fun brand of folk punk.

Close up of man in ballcap playing acoustic guitar and singing into microphone
Spencer Eldgridge


With funny parody songs ranging from crapping your britches at the Meadowood Mall to a rap number to songs of empathy and unity, Two Man Lemmon Band are great tight musicians with a fun-loving energy that’s contagious. We of course initiate Bobby with a round of the worst little quiz.

Man staring intently while playing bass
Lucas Grimes

Look them up on the book of faces or hipstergram for information on their next shows including a festival in Doyle, California with Filependejo and many others. You can also catch them at the Marianarchy fest in October. Spencer, Lucas and Bobby, we salute you!

Mustachioed man in hat and glasses, playing a cello
Bobby Enzenberger

Life is short and we love you.
Thanks for listening.

Bat Country – This Shit’s Just DIY – S8 E1

Season 08
Season 08
Bat Country - This Shit's Just DIY - S8 E1



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S8 E3

Greetings and welcome back to the Worst Little Podcast! This week we sat down with Shane from Reno’s own Bat Country. Press play to find out if the podcast lives down to everything Shane hoped for! We’ve got band news, bad jokes, and great music that you’ll only hear on the Worst Little Podcast!

Rory and Shane from Bat Country posing for the camera while Rory gives the thumbs up sign and Shane holds his guitar.

Rory with Shane from Bat Country – One Thumb Up

Shane from Bat Country pouting and posing for the camera in the studio recording for the Worst Little Podcast.

Bat Country: coming to a basement or tunnel near you!

Shane is the center piece of Bat Country’s amorphous collective of folk-punk musicians, but according to Bandcamp, the latest EP had contributions by:

Shane: Vox, Guitar, Playful Banter, Lyrics
Shilpa: Vox, Glockenspiel
Jonny: Drums, Bass, Production, Vox
Roo: Ukulele, Vox, Kazoo
Michael: Melodica, Violin
Kieran: Drums

Head over to Bandcamp to download Bat Country’s latest release, a split album with Bargain Socks, produced by Jonathan Rolling. Follow the band on Facebook and Instagram for exclusive content and show dates! Catch Bat Country next March 4th at The Potentialist with swing-time, rag-punk band, Robbers Roost.

Thanks so much to Bat Country for the hangs and the tunes. We are even bigger fans now and we’re looking forward to seeing you in a basement or tunnel soon!

This weekend I’ll probably be at these excellent shows. If you see me, say hi! Let me immortalize you on our Instagram! Here’s my short list:

Friday –

Nick Eng – Album Release Show with SWIGS, 7 PM at the Potentialist Workshop. $10 cover includes Nick’s new CD and a drink!

Kanawha/Flood Fire Death Drought/Shreddie Van Halen, 9 PM at The Saint

Saturday –

The Electric and Sad Giants LIVE at the Saint 8 PM at The Saint

Scott Yoder + Johnny Harpo LIVE! 9 PM at Pignic

Monday –

Glaare, Fearing, Werewolf Club, Skew Ring and The Dancing Plague 8 PM at the Saint

Beyond –

The first ever Reno Punk Rock Flea Market is fast approaching. Be sure to RSVP here to stay up on RPRFM news, band lineup, and how to get involved.

Be sure to check out some of Reno’s best weekly comedy and trivia events at Jub Jub’s and Beck’s Brewhouse. If you want your event featured, send us a Facebook message or email Kadillac Kim.

Don’t forget to click through to our Patreon! For just $1 a week you can support your sober starving artist friends here at the Worst Little Podcast. Thanks to this week’s freshest patrons: Aaron, Nick, Stacey, and Xenobia!

The Reverend Rory Dowd wiping tears away with his sleeve in the studio.

It was that kind of show, folks. We hope you laughed until you cried, because we did!

Thanks from the bottom of our hearts and beers for listening. Catch us this time next week for Josiah Knight!