We conclude the countdown. What will be the No. 1 Who song? Plus, audience members talk about their favorite songs that didn’t make the list. (Recorded March 4 at Jammin’ Java in Vienna VA.)
More Who countdown. Plus, we play another Who-related game. (Recorded March 4 at Jammin’ Java in Vienna VA.)
The Who countdown continues. Plus, fan Gary O’Hanlon of Cafe Kindred/Townshend Bar joins us on stage. (Recorded March 4 at Jammin’ Java in Vienna VA.)
The Who countdown continues, live from Jammin’ Java! Plus, trivia! Thanks to Mark Wilkerson for the prizes. Check out Mark’s book, “Who Are You: The Life of Pete Townshend,” on sale wherever you buy books.
We held a live show at Jammin’ Java in Vienna VA, where we counted down favorite Who songs based on a listener poll. Thanks to everyone who came out that night.
If you are somewhere, anywhere, near Vienna, Va. on Wed, March 4, 2020, head immediately to Jammin Java. We need you to be part of a very special podcast recording.
It’s a live show featuring indie band Kid Brother from our friend Greg Wilson’s back yard. The band members answer some goofy questions and play some live music: “God on Television,” “Baltimore Street Rat” and “Graves,” from their album “Baltimore Street Rat.”
Part 3 of our live show in front of an audience at Spaces in Chevy Chase MD, with producer Don Zientara of Inner Ear Studio. Don takes audience questions and talks about that time Foo Fighters recorded at his studio. Don also plays two of his own songs: “Into the Daylight” and “All of the Pieces.”
Part 2 of our live show from Spaces in Chevy Chase MD with producer Don Zientara of the famed Inner Ear Studio. Don discusses working with avant-garde band the Happy Flowers, among other topics, and plays two of his own songs: “You Come” and “Jr. Heartbreaker.”
Dot Dash performs in the Suburban Family Room. It’s hot. Listen on headphones if possible.