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Decker and Troy Millette at The Skinny Pancake March 28, 2019   Leave a comment

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I had a great time seeing music Thursday at The Skinny Pancake. My friends were running on their own timeline so I got going a little early and took the lovely walk down to the waterfront. I got in and settled and almost finished eating when Tony Gallucci from WBKM stopped in and hung our banner behind the stage. Mike Luoma showed up shortly after that and Troy Millette Music began to play. He opened with a cover of I’m on Fire and tossed a little Dancing In The Dark into the middle. He followed with a couple of originals. Magnolias was just gorgeous and I’m really beginning to like his new song about how something in your arms feels like home. He returned to Bruce for Atlantic City but tossed in some Fast Car and something about walking 1,000 miles for you, ’cause in this day and age, he would totally do that. He played a song about not being sure if he wanted to fix this and make it right and kept the theme going with Anna Marie. He lit me up with his version of Ghosts (Of What We Used To Be) then closed with a fun medley. It began with something about wanting it that way, went into something about a blank space. He walked on water for a while then ended by bringing out our inner Whitney for Dance With Somebody. He always plays fun shows and I love when I get to hear him play.

In the past few months Mike has been doing a lot of music programming at WBKM.ORG and has turned me on to a lot of cool music. He invented a series called Virtual In Studio where artists can film themselves playing stripped down versions of their songs. decker. was the first artist to sign on and came to town, which is why I skipped my usual Thursday night show. I had listened to his song The Matador a couple of times but wasn’t entirely certain what to expect.

The set break was short then Decker took the stage with a microphone, and acoustic guitar, a stomp box gadget for one foot and a tambourine for the other. A series of effects pedals gave the songs a lush sound. He opened with a song called Burning Grass that he said was a tribute to Tom Petty. He chatted between songs and took the subjects to deep thoughtful places that kept the audience captivated. He sang a song called The Garden that was about being in favor of all of humanity that really lit up my soul. He sang a song called Holy Ghost that sounded like cruising on an Arizona highway listening to Chuck Berry while on LSD. He followed with cool songs about a State Trooper and The Phantom. He played a gorgeous song about finding a dead deer in the Arizona desert and praying over its carcass. It’s called Smudge and is quickly becoming a favorite. He hit home with a song called The Saint which was about spending time with his grandmother in hospice. I went through that with my mother just about a year ago. Sometimes, it’s nice to know we all go through the wonderful and terrible parts of life together. He followed with a song called Awake that is both staggeringly positive and a really cool song. Usually, songs like that get a little sappy musically, but his version is strong.

He took a quick break and a couple of us stepped out for a little air. I chatted with Troy for a bit then we went back in. Decker was sitting in a chair in front of the audience playing and singing with no microphone. Rats, I should have gone in sooner. I hate making unforced errors. I think I missed the song Mexico but caught most of The Matador. He closed the night with a song about JFK called Patsy.

It’s really hard to describe just how beautiful the whole show was. I was phenomenally impressed. I’d go see him again anytime.

 

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Troy Millette and Bethany Conner at On Tap Bar and Grill February 23, 2019   Leave a comment

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Bethany Conner and Troy Millette

 

I had a great time seeing music a couple of Saturdays ago at On Tap Bar & Grill in Essex. I had to work that early evening, but as soon as I could, I hopped into the car and drove to the show. I got in and settled as Troy Millette Music was finishing up a song. He dove into Mr Jones and may have changed the opening lyric but I wasn’t quite settled enough to be sure. I’m On Fire had a little Dancing In The Dark in the middle, then he filled my heart with Magnolias. I think the next one was a Taylor Swift cover then he brought up Bethany Conner Music to join him on his song Home. It sounded lovely.

 

He left the stage but she continued on with a song called Home. Her dad Greg Conner played cajon on a few songs and she played solo on several. She has an endearing voice and bright attitude. Her stories are as much fun to listen to as Troy’s so it’s great that they play together so often. She encouraged her friends to step back from that ledge then said hey soul sister. She played a cool song called Clearer from her upcoming album that I’m anxious to hear. Wonderwall was fun, then she played one about how even the best fall down. She played one about the boy who went away to college and didn’t come back called I Miss You, then played a newer one called Anchor that is quickly becoming a favorite. The line about how they call it the real world because you’re not allowed to dream always catches me. Drops of Jupiter sounded great then she played a song about the one that got away. She sang 1 2 3 better come back to me, then wrapped her set with Landslide. I really enjoy her songs and am enjoying watching her evolve. The future is unlimited.

Apparently, I had missed Bethany’s first set, caught some of Troy’s first set, caught all of Bethany’s second set, so it was time for Troy to finish off the night. He opened with an Atlantic City/Fast Car medley, then played a beautiful version of his song Brothers. He played a new song that said something in your love feels like home. He followed with Ghosts (Of What We Used To Be) and I was in a very happy place. He played another medley of ’90’s songs and emphasized the dance with somebody Whitney inspiration that he has found. He brought up Jesse and Steve from Shake and played a song about running around this town. They capped the night with Running On Empty and the crowd was in a happy place.

I chatted briefly then took the long drive home. I missed a lot but did catch 25 songs and had a great night.

Troy Millette at Foam Brewers February 17, 2019   Leave a comment

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I had a great time seeing music a couple of Sundays ago at Foam Brewers. The show was set to go from 1-3 and I usually work weekends. February is a little slow in the gardening business, so I had the day off. I arrived just about showtime and got in the long line to get a beer.

Troy Millette Music opened with I’m On Fire and let it flow into a little bit of Dancing In The Dark. He followed with a cool new song about tidal waves and keeping myself from going under. Up next was the instantly recognizable sound of Mr Jones but he began singing the lyrics to So You Want To Be A Rock And Roll star to it, and made it sound great. This lasted for a moment and he played the Counting Crows song properly. His new song Magnolias was gorgeous and filled my soul. He began the next one with Atlantic City but it faded into something that faded into Fast Car. That slid into something about walking 1,000 miles for you before ending back in AC. Troy has a nice voice and is a nimble guitar player, but his in between song, or during song banter, really makes his shows shine. Ask yourself, would he really walk 1,000 miles for anyone, or just take an Uber and walk the last block? Either way, He followed with a sweet version of his song Run Away that left me smiling. Up next was a jam of ’90’s songs. I did not know most of them, and really like his shows so I can learn some of those classics that everyone else seems to know. I think there were parts where Slim Shady appeared and helped Adele cry, or something like that. Either way, the songs were really good. He told the story about being famous with long haul trucker due to his song Ghosts (Of What We Used To Be) and played a beautiful version of it. I think the next song was a Taylor Swift song, only because Troy mentioned it, then he followed with something that sounded familiar. He reworked it a bit but Omaha sounded really cool. I think the next song was about how there’s no love worth saving like one that shares your name, then he played one about getting lost in my mind. He filled my heart with joy by playing a couple of originals back to back. Home was really sweet and so was Anna-Marie. He followed with a very new original about wanting to fix this and making it real and I was in a happy place. He told a fun story about playing drunk at the Skinny Pancake the night of GPN then kicked out a fun version of Running On Empty. He announced that he had just recorded the next song with Ryan Cohen at Robot Dog Studio and played the coolest mellowest acoustic Enter Sandman that you may ever hear. I love his version so much. Brothers sounded sweet, then he competed the Crows hat trick with Round Here. Up next was another classic that had everyone in the room singing “I want it that way.” It flowed through a few more songs, and he spoke about how everyone has a little Whitney in them, then ended at the beginning. He wrapped the night with another suite of songs that started by being stuck up on some stage singing sad songs, went into Puple Rain, was forever yours faithfully for a bit, slid through a little Bohemian Rhapsody then ended with Let It Be.

I was impressed that he played a full two hour show without a break and walked out the door with a huge smile inside and out. What a great afternoon of music.

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Radio Show 295 Thursday February 28, 2019 9-11pm Eastern US Time on WBKM.ORG   Leave a comment

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Tonight’s local music radio show on WBKM.ORG will run from 9-11pm Eastern time Thursday February 28th. You can stream it from the website or here: WBKM It will go as follows.

Song before: Kashmir – Led Zeppelin

intro

From our small city to the great big world, these are the Sounds Of Burlington. Let’s begin with a song that I saw performed live a couple of weeks ago, that is still stuck in my head. It’s a sad lyric, but such a happy song.

1.) So Good (I Could Die) – J Bengoy
2.) Gravity – Milton Busker and the Grim Work
3.) Middlesex – SWALE
4.) My Old House – Andriana Chobot

Andriana and her trio played earlier today at The Skinny Pancake. She’s always amazing. That’s such a sad lyric and happy music from Swale. Same for Milton and J. Great songs everyone. OK, Let’s head over to Robot Dog Studio for an interview and live performance.

5.) Thunder From Mansfield To The Lake – Jeremy Gilchrist – Singer-Songwriter
6.) Old Souls Of Chatham County – Jeremy Gilchrist
7.) Leonard – Jeremy Gilchrist
8.) Interstellar Kid – Jeremy Gilchrist
9.) Indigenous Souls – Jeremy Gilchrist

I know we usually do four songs, but we had to do five for Jeremy for obvious reasons. Thanks for making us sound so great Ryan Cohen Thanks to Phoebe Zorn and Christian James for the video work on Indigenous Souls, which is on YouTube now. OK, this next performer will be a Radio Bean tomorrow.

10.) De Colores – Marcie Hernandez
11.) Can You Love me Too? – Bethany Conner Music
12.) Wanderer – Francesca Blanchard
13.) Brothers – Troy Millette Music
14.) Brothers And Sisters – Joe Adler

What a lovely sentiment and fantastic song from Joe. Troy will be at Light Club Lamp Shop tomorrow. Francesca has a show on Sunday at Meadowlark Studio on Sunday. Bethany will be at The Skinny Pancake tomorrow. OK, let’s play an appropriate song from a band who are at SideBar tonight.

15.) Winter Blues – The Red Newts
16.) Cold Wind – The Thursday Torys
17.) Ode To The River – Julia Caesar
18.) Ice Diver – The High Breaks

The Breaks will treat us to some icy surf music at Nectar’s tomorrow. Julia will be at Radio Bean tomorrow. The Torys will be at The Monkey House tomorrow. Cool song from the Newts. OK, this band will be at the Bean tomorrow night with Julia.

19.) Flaca Daza – Miku Daza
20.) Hawks – Happy Spangler
21.) Lifetime – Radio Underground
22.) Release The Beast – The Mountain Says No

I haven’t pulled that one out for a while, and lust love it. Cool songs from Radio and Spangler. Miku always rocks. OK, here is the next song on the New Siberians album.

23.) Star – The New Siberians
24.) Jessie – Danny & The Parts
25.) Little French Earthquakes – Phil Yates & The Affiliates
26.) Turn Your Face Towards Tomorrow – Midnight Vigil

Vigil will be at Radio Bean Saturday night. Great rockers from Phil and Danny. I love that Siberians song. Well, I hope you enjoyed checking out the music of our town. Let’s do it again next week, shall we?

outro

Songs after
Man With A Stick – Fish
Waverly Steps – Fish
Little Man What Now – Fish
Put It Off – The Tragically Hip
Circle Line – Fish
State Of Mind – Fish
Emperors Song – Fish
Voyeur – Fish
Assassing – Marillion
Jigsaw – Marillion
Fugazi – Marillion
The Porpoise Song – The Church
The Nile Song – Pink Floyd
Until we Sleep – David Gilmour
Firth Of Fifth – Genesis
Crime Of The Century – Supertramp
Alone – Children in Paradise
We’re The Loops – The Mockingbirds
Heavy – Clever Girls
Get Me Outta Here – Deep Purple
Dormant Magic – Jason Baker
regular awesome programming

 

 

Radio Show 294 Thursday February 21, 2019 9-11pm Eastern US Time on WBKM.ORG   Leave a comment

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Tonight’s local music radio show on WBKM.ORG will run from 9-11pm Eastern time Thursday February 21. You can stream it from the website or here: WBKM It will go as follows.

Song before: Spirit Of Radio – Rush

intro

From our small city to the great big world, these are the Sounds Of Burlington. Let’s begin tonight with a couple of singer songwriters who will be at On Tap Bar & Grill on Saturday.

1.) Anna-Marie – Troy Millette Music
2.) The Worst Part – Bethany Conner Music
3.) What Do I Know? – Jesse Taylor
4.) Changes – Ivamae
5.) Home – Troy Millette with Francesca Blanchard

That’s from Troy’s new ep Living With A Ghost. Francesca sounds so nice on there. I caught him play a cool show Sunday afternoon at Foam Brewers. Ivamae will be at Light Club Lamp Shop tomorrow. Jesse will be part of a group raising funds for Lt Governor Zuckerman at The Skinny Pancake on Friday. I just love Bethany’s music and can’t wait to her what she has coming up. OK, here is the next song on the New Siberians album.

6.) Speed Dial – The New Siberians
7.) I’ve Been Down – Bob Wagner
8.) Bacalao Con Pan – Mal Maïz
9.) Check Your Pockets – Binger

Great song from Binger. That’s from the Live From Robot Dog Studio that we just released. Maiz Vargas Sandoval and the band will be at ArtsRiot tomorrow. Bob has been playing shows Wednesday nights at Radio Bean and I really need to start catching some of those. Another great song from the Siberians. These next songs are also on the free Live From Robot Dog Studio album that you can find on Bandcamp.

10.) Mighty Have Fallen – Barbacoa
11.) Panic – Miku Daza
12.) Waste Of Time – Preece
13.) Once More With Apathy – Mr. Doubtfire
14.) Jurassic Bark – Doom Service

I want to thank all of those wonderful artists who wanted to work with me. Everyone rocked so hard. OK, let’s keep rocking.

15.) Place Ov Dead Roads – Casey Merlin Rae
16.) Right Bright Lord – The Mountain Says No
17.) Rock And Roll Is My Weapon – Ninja Custodian
18.) So Good (I Could Die) – J Bengoy

J played a great show at ArtsRiot last week and the crowd had a great time with that song. That’s a classic from the late ’80’s. Mountain are so amazing. That’s also on the Live From Robot Dog Studio album. Casey made a lot of music in our town for a long time. i love to pull out his music often. OK, let’s go back to the ’90’s.

19.) The Same Stars – Zola Turn
20.) Under Northern Skies – The Red Telephone
21.) Golden Cadillac – Happy Spangler
22.) Santa’s Cadillac – The Wards

I want to thank Matthew Engels for sending a bunch of Wards music. I’ll be slowly pulling lots of out in the coming weeks. Cool Caddy song from Spangler. Lovely songs from Telephone and Zola. OK, let’s keep rocking.

23.) You Don’t Like Me Do Ya – Pinhead
24.) Hold Me Tight – The Decentz
25.) Poem for Torin/Ethan Is Stoned – Peg Tassey MUSIC
26.) Falter – Julia Caesar

Falter is one of the great epic rock songs that is being played now. Poem is one of the great epic rock songs from the early ’90’s. Fun songs from the ’80’s with the Decentz and Pinhead. OK, I think we have enough time for a couple more songs.

27.) Lovely Day – gneiss
28.) The Road – Anders Parker

Great huge song from Anders. Gneiss will be at Localfolk Smokehouse tomorrow and always put on lovely shows. Well, I hope you enjoyed checking out the music of our town. Let’s do it again next week, shall we?

Sayonara – Black Rabbit
outro

Songs after
Poet’s Moon – Fish
Sherpa – The Tragically Hip
I Write A Poem – Dam Kat
The Surprising – Deep Purple
Mistrial Wind – Heart
King Of The Mountain – Kate Bush
Wake Me When It’s Over – Longwave
Mad As The Mist And Snow – The Waterboys
From Now On – Supertramp
And You And I – Yes
Heavy – Clever Girls
Get Me Outta Here – Deep Purple
Dormant Magic – Jason Baker
Freak Out Friday – Rue M.
regular awesome programming

Radio Show 287 Thursday January 3, 2019 9-11pm Eastern US Time on WBKM.ORG   Leave a comment

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Tonight’s local music radio show on WBKM.ORG will run from 9-11pm US Eastern time Thursday January 3rd. You can stream it from the website or here: WBKM It will go as follows.

Song before: Heaven – Talking Heads

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From our small city to the great big world, these are the sounds of music. It’s been a rough year for loosing members of the Burlington community, but now 2018 is gone and 2019 is here. Let’s begin with a song about The Bhopal disaster that happened in India many years ago.

1.) Happy New Year – Ninja Custodian
2.) Super Powers – The Dead Shakers
3.) Intro/May – Adrienne Cooper Smith
4.) The Worst Part – Bethany Conner Music

That’s a lovely song from Bethany, who has been playing shows with Troy Millette lately. The song from Adrienne is from the last Robot Dog session from last year. WBKM replayed all of the sessions over New Year’s Eve and day, and it was fun to hear them again. Adrienne’s performance was so amazing. Cool song from the Shakers. Life’s been a bit rough lately and we all need to shine our super powers a little extra bright now. You can catch them tomorrow at Nectar’s. Cool song from Ninja. OK, let’s head on over to Robot Dog Studio for another cool live performance.

5.) Magnolias – Troy Millette Music
6.) Ghosts Of What We Used To Be – Troy Millette
7.) Anna Marie – Troy Millette
8.) Runaway – Troy Millette

What a great performance by Troy. Thanks to Ryan Cohen for making it sound so great, and thanks to Phoebe Zorn and Chrusty Barnacles for the video work on Magnolias. It is on YouTube now. OK, here is the next song on the Grim Work album.

9.) Jesus In Chains – Milton Busker and the Grim Work
10.) Calling Me Names – Eoin Noonan (Split Tongue Crow)
11.) We’re Finally Here – Phil Yates & The Affiliates (Chicago)
12.) Somebody Get Me A Brown Paper Bag – Jesse Taylor

Sometimes life makes you want to hide away, but following Jesse’s advice to push yourself out the door sounds great. Cool new song from Phil. I haven’t heard much from Crow for a while so it was great to get the new Eoin song. He’s such a cool singer. Great song from Milton. OK, this band have been rocking central Vermont for a couple of years.

13.) HILWYOD – The Ulloo
14.) Hollywood – Humble Hero
15.) Hollywood – Lendway
16.) What’s In California? – Josh Glass

I though that would be a fun set. It was inspired by the Ulloo song. Josh is always great. That’s a classic from Lendway. Humble Hero rock their version hard. OK, it’s been a rough couple of weeks for local Vermont legends. Let’s honor two of the best in this next set.

17.) The Secret Life Of Ann Landers – Josh Bridgman and Jason Cooley
18.) The Adventure Of Joe The Insect Part 1 – Josh Bridgman and Jason Cooley
19.) Tiny Bites – Josh Bridgman and Jason Cooley
20.) Time Off – Josh Bridgman and Jason Cooley
21.) Beercan – Josh Bridgman and Jason Cooley
22.) The Adventure Of Joe The Insect Part 2 – Josh Bridgman and Jason Cooley
23.) A Day In the Life Of James Bond – Josh Bridgman and Jason Cooley
24.) The Cockroach – Josh Bridgman and Jason Cooley
25.) In Heaven – Josh Bridgman and Jason Cooley
26.) O Ignee Spiritus (Oh Fiery Spirit) – Amerykanka
27.) Weapons Factory – The Wards with the Dirty Blondes
28.) Oh Dirty Blondes – Dirty Blondes
29.) Scorned Woman – Dirty Blondes
30.) Yayo – Dirty Blondes
31.) Ornan – Dirty Blondes

I mostly knew Matthew Thorsen from hanging out at Dirty Blondes shows. We chatted a lot over the years and I always loved his gentle spirit. His passing is a huge loss for our community. The same is true for Josh Bridgman. He was a playwright and a smart genuine person that most everyone in town knew. I’m glad he left an album of spoken word art and music. Our lives are better for having those two lovely crazy people in it. I thought the piece about fiery spirits might make a nice transition. OK, here’s a brand new song from a cool band.

32.) Voyager – Smokestack Lightning
33.) Jules Rosen and Joe Steel – Brave the Vertigo

Nice rockers from Vertigo and Smokestack. Well, I hope you enjoyed checking out the music of our town. Let’s do it again next week, shall we?

outro

Songs after
State Of Mind – Fish
Ahead By A Century – The Tragically Hip
Don’t Wake Daddy – The Tragically Hip
Prodigal Son – Iron Maiden
Fractured Mirror – Ace Frehley
The Surprising – Deep Purple
Courage And Sorrow – Dam Kat
Heart Of The Sunrise – Yes
Siberian Khatru – Yes
Waiting For The Man – The Velvet Underground
Heavy – Clever Girls
Get Me Outta Here – Deep Purple
Dormant Magic – Jason Baker
regular awesome programming

 

 

Radio Show 279 Thursday October 25, 2018 9-11pm Eastern US Time on WBKM.ORG   Leave a comment

 

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Tonight’s local music radio show on WBKM.ORG will run from 9-11pm Thursday October 25. You can stream it from the website or here: WBKM It will go as follows.

Song before: Bloodletting (The Vampire Song) – Concrete Blonde

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From our small city to the great big world, these are the Sounds Of Burlington. The skies are gray, the air is cold and the leaves are falling from the trees. Summer is gone and Halloween is almost upon us. Usually, Mr E. Ghoul crosses over to join us, but the veil is still too strong, being so many days away. I, alone, will guide you through the terror that is the Vermont music scene. Let’s begin with a song about the dead.

1.) Stardust For Dessert – David Rosane & The Zookeepers
2.) Ghosts Aren’t Free – Ballroom Sofa
3.) Release The Dead – Chin Ho
4.) Ghosts – Troy Millette Music

Thank you for reminding us of our mortality Troy. I dug up that ancient song from Chin. Chilling thought from Sofa and beautifully disturbing song from David and the band. OK, let’s get a little magical.

5.) I Put A Spell On You – Kat Wright and Marco Benevento
6.) Devil – farm
7.) A Monster’s Holiday – Matt the Gnat and the Gators
8.) Devil Knows My Name – Great Western

Is there anything scarier than the devil knowing your name? Hmm, apparently the gators prefer to celebrate their monsters. Nice attempt to outrun the devil Farm. That was a lovely spell concocted one night at Radio Bean by the dynamic duo. Here is another song that I found deeply buried.

9.) Vampyre – Dave Jarvis (Hipp Notix)
10.) Oh My God – Sarah Blacker & New England Groove Association
11.) Day Of The Dead – Hana Zara
12.) Graveyard Before Dark – Alice Austin

Such a scary song from Alice. Hana speaks of how the veil between the living and the dead is understood down south. Terrifying imagery from Sarah and a lovely oldie from Dave. Care to jam with some monsters?

13.) Halloween Jam – The Dead Shakers
14.) Nightmare On Elm Street – Savage Hen
15.) With The Dead – Vultures of Cult
16.) Full Moon Dark Places – Bull & Prairie

Vermont is full of dark places, and the shadows of the full moon only make them more terrifying. I fear the Vultures may have gotten too close to their song. Disturbing song from the Hen and a scary stream of monsters for the Dead. Speaking of death.

17.) Death Of A Barn Cat – Dirtminers
18.) Black Cat – Black Rabbit
19.) Hell Chicken – Swillbillie
20.) Dogs At The Door – Milton Busker

I hope you survived the terror of being alone, barely safe, wondering what lies beyond the door. Swillbillie are wise to make us aware of the terror wrought by chickens. Halloween was made for cats. OK, it’s time to panic.

21.) Panic – Miku Daza
22.) Ninjas VS Zombies – Phil Yates
23.) Ghostified – Persian Claws
24.) Raising The Dead – Carraway

Lovely song about zombies dancing. Terror filled song by the Claws. Phil sings of the battle between life and death and Miku rightly advises panic. This next soul seems to be trying to give up supernatural ways. Silly human.

25.) Giving Up The Ghost – Aaron Flinn
26.) Demon Eyes – Lake Superior
27.) One More Grave – The Contrarian
28.) Demon Moon – Crazyhearse
29.) Counting On A Ghost – Elephants of Scotland

You can always count on a ghost, even if Aaron disagrees. Lovely songs of demons from Crazy and Superior. Even one so contrary understands the power of the grave. Well, I hope you were not too scared listening to the terrifying music of our town. Let’s do it again next week, shall we?

outro

Songs after – Incubus (with graveyard intro and geezabum outro) – Fish
Thugs – The Tragically Hip
Give It Up To The Night – Bad Smell
Hell Toupee – Derek Smalls
Devil Inside Me – Dam Kat
Angels And Devils – Invisible Homes
Monsters – Cold Sweat
Heaven And Hell – Dio
Angels Of Death – Hawkwind
Killing Ghosts – Better Things
Monsters Are Due – Doom Service
Fear Of The Dark – Iron Maiden
Feel The Thunder – Blue Oyster Cult
War Pigs – Black Sabbath
Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) – David Bowie
Devil Eyes – Jakals
Please Mr Gravedigger – David Bowie
Heavy – Clever Girls
Time To Get Out – Deep Purple.
regular awesome programming