From the Wilson Tiki Bar … we interview up-and-coming Virginia indie band Kid Brother. They talk about stage wear, their album “Baltimore Street Rat” and the importance of eclectic musical tastes.
Rarities Week continues. Patrick pays some selections from his treasured Chills three-CD set “Secret Box.” It’s a secret no more.
The House Party with Belle Adair rages on! Today, we ask the band members a series of Probing Questions about their music fandom. (And later this week, Belle Adair plays live on the show.)
It’s another Rockin’ the Suburbs House Party! Please welcome Belle Adair, an indie band from the Muscle Shoals area who play beautiful guitar pop. Their latest album, “Tuscumbia,” is out now on Single Lock Records.
Day 3 of the House Party (and no, Kevin, you can’t leave soon). The Paranoid Style performs “Rock & Roll Just Can’t Recall” live in the Suburban Living Room. And we play Probing Questions with the band and other party guests.
We rocked the house! Jim’s Suburban House, that is. It’s a House Party with lots of friends and a special appearance by indie band the Paranoid Style, including a live performance of “Underworld USA” in the Suburban Family Room.
Our friend (and awesome drummer from Night Streets) Bobby Padavick joins the Perfect Pop party. His selection is a recent song by veteran indie band Built To Spill.