Reno Live Music
Hello! It’s the Worst Little Podcast. This week we welcomed Liam Kyle Cahill to the studio and he brought a friend! We talked about Liam’s love life and the resulting songs. We get to know his roommate Kris who is to podcasting what a duck is to water. Kris is just as impressed and surprised by Liam’s performance as we are even though he lives with Liam. Liam’s new album, many years in the making, is coming out in November and Liam sets a goal of one release (sexually) each year for the next five. The quiz was a horse race, both had excellent skill answering even the darkest (and grossest) of questions. Liam is an open book. Chris pleads the fifth and We find out who is a brick wall. Press play!
Big thanks to Liam and Kris for being this week’s guests! Next week we have Wheatstone Bridge and a special Marianarcy preview. Thanks for listening!
Hello! Welcome back to the Worst Little Podcast. We’re here this week with the Jason King duo. Press play for some great blues and Americana from these scene legends!
The Jason King duo is Jason on guitar/vocals and Tommy on guitar. They’re just part of the great Jason King band. Follow their Facebook page to keep tabs on upcoming shows!
Thanks to this week’s guests and thanks to all our listeners and Patreon subscribers. If you like what we do head to our Patreon and donate. For $5 or more per month you get access to our exclusive weekly sound check show! Check back next week for our annual Christmas show. We’ll be telling wild stories and recapping an amazing year for Reno music. Thanks for listening!
Hello! Welcome to the Worst Little Podcast. This week we have brand new to us band Sad Giants in the studio. Kim took the week off but everyone else was there to ask these guys all the important, hilarious, and inappropriate questions you’ve come to expect from us. Press play!
Sad Giants is Bobby Benedict, Jesse Moran, and Quentin Young. They describe themselves as a power trio that kicks out the melodic rawness of Americana rock ala Springsteen or Petty, with a modern pop wit that twinges each song with its own unique catch – from 90s college rock to melodic punk. Big thanks to the band for hanging out with us. Keep an eye on their Facebook for upcoming show dates!
Thanks to all our Patreon supporters! If you like what we do head over to our Patreon page and throw a little cash Rick’s way. For $5 a month you get access to our super special pre-show featuring an exclusive song and behind the scenes shenanigans from each week’s band! We’re back next week with Lincoln Skinz and the cast of Good Luck Macbeth’s new play, Ms. Cratchitt. Thanks for listening!
Hello and welcome back to the Worst Little Podcast! We’ve got an extra spooky episode for you this week featuring our friends from Murderock and Candy Apples and the Razor Blades! Their new project is called the Sonic Dead and it’s as amazing as you’d expect from these seasoned rockers. Press play!
The Sonic Dead is: Fred McKennon (vox), Chris Alexander (guitar), Michael Ellis Robedeau (guitar), Keith Jewett (bass), Zach Johnson (drums), Bryan Cowell (acoustic guitar), and Olive Guzicki (backing vox). See them live November 8th at Shea’s with Franks & Deans and Just-In Beaver! Thanks to the Sonic Dead for being on this week’s show!
If you like what we do head to our Patreon! For $5 a month you get access to our super special pre-show/sound check show. Plus you help Rick keep the lights on. Thanks to all our patrons and listeners! We’re back next week with Sad Giants!
Hello and welcome back to Reno’s Best Worst Little Podcast! This week we’re here with everyone’s favorite rock and roll band, Silver! They’re previewing their new EP, Let’s Talk Tomorrow About Last Night, and talking about their show happening on October 25th at the Pioneer Underground. Press play to hear some rad music from Silver, Travis Hayes (SF), and Reno’s own Buffalo Moses!
Formed in 2016, Silver describes themselves as a callback to great American Rock’n’Roll. With each member having varying backgrounds in folk, country, rock, punk, blues, and pop, a wide array of styles and influences come to play and color their diverse sound. Silver is Jeff Knight (drums), Brendon Lund (bass), Adam Landis (keys), Josh Kisor (lead guitar), Greg Gilmore (vocals, guitar).
Silver has released three music videos to date off their new EP, with another being released Monday, October 21st. View those videos and learn more about the band here! We’ll see you at the Pioneer Underground October 25th for Silver, Travis Hayes, and Buffalo Moses, hosted by Spike McGuire.
Thanks to Silver for hanging out! We’re back next week with Eddie and the Subtitles!
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!
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Hello and welcome to the Worst Little Podcast! This week we’ve got Reno newcomer Dan Abbott playing a bunch of spooky tunes and the cast of Good Luck Macbeth’s Let the Right One In. There’s zombies! There’s vampires! There’s time travel stories! Press play!
Dan Abbott hails from the East Bay and recently relocated to Reno. Dan talked with us about the inspiration behind his songs, his other bands, and events he has planned for Reno. Go say hi to Dan at Jub’s on November 24th for his next event, Knew Better Did it Anyway. It’s storytelling show where people get together and tell stories about their worst decisions in exchange for free drinks! We’ll keep you updated on Dan’s other upcoming events.
Don’t miss GLM’s Let the Right One In, opening October 4th and playing through the end of the month. Courtney, Jayten, and our good pal Joe Atack stopped by to talk about this spooky love story about a vampire and her friend Oskar. From the producers: Oskar is a bullied lonely teenage boy living with his mother on a housing estate at the edge of town, when a spate of sinister killings rock the neighbourhood. Eli is the young girl who has just moved in next door. She doesn’t go to school and never leaves the flat by day. Sensing in each other a kindred spirit, the two become devoted friends. What Oskar doesn’t know is that Eli has been a teenager for a very long time. Let the Right one is plays Thursday through Sunday until October 26th. Get your tickets ASAP here.
Big thanks to all of our guests for being here this week. We can’t wait to see more of all of you. If you like what we do please head to our Patreon page. For $5 a month you get access to our sound check pre-show featuring an exclusive song from all your favorite local artists. All the money goes to help Rick with studio operating costs, so show him some love. We’re back next week with another Reno newcomer, Kat Heart. Thanks for listening!
Welcome to this week’s show! We’re here with Reno poet laureate Pan Pantoja, former intern turned production assistant Ian, Nick, Rory, and Dogwater Dick, bringing you Nick’s Burning Man recap, fresh Pan news, and some old tunes from one of our favorites, the Lazy Universe! Press play!
The Lazy Universe is Hudson Flanigan- Drums, Eric Shirazzi – Bass, and Stacey Tolle – Vocals, Guitar.
Pan Pantoja is the founder of the Potentialist Workshop as well as many other projects in and around Reno. He was recently named Reno’s 2019 Poet Laureate and continues to perform spoken word around northern Nevada. He also performs with his band, Weapons of Mass Creation, now in it’s fourth iteration. He is a celebrated playwright, muralist, sculptor, painter, and fortune teller. Is there anything this man can’t do?
Thanks to all our guests for spending time with us this week. We’re back next week with Myke Read and the Damn Ole Band. If you like what we do head to our Patreon page and throw us a few bucks. For $5 a month you get access to our weekly exclusive sound check show! Each week the band records one special song for our subscribers that no one else gets to hear! We appreciate all our patrons. Thanks for listening!
Hello! At long last we have Buster Blue (sort of) in the studio! The whole band couldn’t make it this week (and honestly where would we have even put them all?), but we’ve got a Buster Blue duo here. Bryan Jones and Rachael McElhiney play a whole bunch of songs and you *almost* forget there’s like 90 more members in the band. Also with us is Mando, aka the Keyboard Commando from the Welcome to Beautiful Reno Nevada Facebook Page. Press play for maximum silliness!
Reno legends Buster Blue reunite on September 7th at Revision Brewing Company for the Reno as Fuck 4 year anniversary party. Click through for more info and to get your tickets ASAP! And check out the Keyboard Commando at Welcome to Beautiful Reno.
We’re off next week for Labor Day but there are a TON of shows happening over the next couple of weeks you should see. Here are my picks:
Friday – Tonic Zephyr, Sell The Sun, Post Humous, Gina Rose at Dead Ringer 8PM 21+ $7
Saturday – Check out podcast guests One Ton Dually, Heterophobia, Ozymandias and more at Bobolobo Music fest this Saturday! 10AM to 10PM All ages $20
Sunday – Starting Sunday Fresh Bakin’ presents The Great Depressurization 2019! This city wide party features comedy act JP Sears at the Silver Legacy and DJ’s at just about every Reno bar. Click through for the full schedule. I’m particularly excited for the shows happening at Pignic starting Sunday. Click here for event info.
Beyond – Thursday Sept. 5th Loud as Folk is back at Pignic with Tim Styles//Stevi Cooper//CWS//Huckleberry Road. 8PM 21+ $5 donation
Thanks for continuing to support the show and thanks for listening! We’re back in a couple of weeks with the Sextones!
Welcome back to the Worst Little Podcast! We’re here this week to bring you something completely different! We’ve got solo cellist Darabello in the studio and we’re talking to the gals who organize Bobolobo Fest, an all local music festival happening at Wingfield Park. Press play for some real cool experimental tunes from our new pal Joseph Tatum!
Darabello is a solo project featuring the composition and innovative techniques of cellist, Joseph Tatum. Joseph has been playing cello for a verrrrry long time and it shows. Like his Facebook page to keep tabs on upcoming show dates and his upcoming album releases.
Also here with us are Emily and Sara from Bobolobo Fest. They gave us the lowdown on this brand new fest and announce some exclusive deals for our podcast listeners. Enter code local19 for 15% off tickets. The first 50 kids in attendance get a special goody bag.
Thanks to all our guests for being here! If you like what we do head to our Patreon. For $5 a month you get access to exclusive podcast content. We’re back next week with Buster Blue!