Mike Snider and Brett Motiff fill in for Jim and Patrick while they are away for a bit. They talk about the use of rock and pop songs in movies.
Jim & Patrick are on vacation again. So Mike Snider and Brett Motiff put together this episode about the Rolling Stones’ classic “Some Girls” album, released in June 1978.
Guest hosts Brett Motiff and Mike Snider discuss recent shows they’ve attended, including Springsteen on Broadway, U2, Jack White (with opening band Radkey) and Van Morrison.
Guest hosts Brett Motiff and Mike Snider of Vienna VA talk about music they grew up with, including Led Zeppelin, Bad Company, Loverboy, the Rolling Stones and Tom Petty.
Brett Motiff hosted a party in his basement. We went there to record a new Perfect Pop Week. And here is his entry to the playlist, by the Police.
This week’s Guest Shots continue with Brett Motiff talking about the beach, the weather and The Doors.
Every party eventually comes to an end. And so it goes with the Rockin’ the Suburbs Deck Party. We conclude with two more Perfect Pop picks, including a repeat selection! Brett Motiff goes with Michael Jackson, while Bud Verge chooses a classic by the Mamas & the Papas.
It’s a backyard Zima party! And yet we talk about perfect pop songs from the pre-brewed citrus beverage era. Kevin Goff picks the Pretenders. Bill Horne favors the B-52’s. Cheers!
Our friend Brett Motiff went to see U2 in D.C. And Bill Horne saw U2 at Bonnaroo. And Kevin Goff was about to see U2 in New York. We talk to all of them, as part of our weeklong deck party in the suburbs.
Some of us just ran a 4-mile race. And that’s the perfect opportunity to discuss music as workout motivation. Featuring special guests Bud Verge, Brett Motiff and Bill Horne.