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Flashlite #487

June 7th, 2018

King Khan and Sean Spits have a new album together as Louder Than Death. Catl is also back with their new album Bide My Time Until I Die. We introduce Habibi from Brooklyn, Sunny Slopes from Carrboro, NC, Black Rainbows from Italy and Blind Owls from Corpus Christi, TX. Mike St Jude And The Valentines [...]

Flashlite #382

June 2nd, 2016

Today we start off with the new band from Brooklyn called Honey. Byron Coley says it reminds him on Cleveland. We also introduce The See No Evils from Leeds, England. 20 Watt Tombstone are from Wausau, WI, and Zig Zags are back with the new record. Heavy Times and King Khan have new singles. Leyla [...]

Flashlite #314

February 12th, 2015

Secret star of this episode is Neil Young. Two of his songs recently saw inspiring covers. Kent State murders are having a 45 year anniversary this year. Neil wrote a song about the event and this year, Cleveland band Obnox recorded a cover. A totally different sounding Colleen Rennison’s new album is named after a [...]

Flashlite #306

December 18th, 2014

Friends, a couple of new things this time. King Khan has a new band called Gris Gris and we hear a tune from their new record Murder Burgers. The Shivas are also back with a new record called You Know What To Do. We introduce Groovy Uncle from Britain, Ivory Deville from LA, and a [...]

Flashlite #237

August 21st, 2013

Today’s show is dedicated to Sid Selvidge. He was a part of the Mud Boy and The Neutrons, a group of highly influential Memphis musicians. Lee Baker on guitar and Jim Dickinson on piano both passed away relatively recently, and Sid, who was the lead singer, just died in May this year. He was an [...]

Flashlite #231

July 11th, 2013

We start off with the new band in the show today. Their name is Mouthbreathers and they come from Lawrence, KY. Another new band for us is The Fish, which don’t play together anymore. Their leader Chuck is now in Nude Beach, which is also a guest at our Live in CLE segment. We also [...]

Flashlite #173

May 31st, 2012

Today we say the last goodbye to the great banjo player Doug Dillard and one of the Bee Gees – Robin Gibb. Both of them passed away recently and we owe a lot to each of them for the development of rock’n’roll and popular music in general. Other than that, we check out mainly some [...]

Flashlite #143

November 3rd, 2011

So, Beach Boys finished Smile… I don’t know exactly what to think of it. This album probably never even had a clear vision, and it’s unclear how you can complete it with chaotic pieces that the Boys recorded back in the day. Still, the concept behind it is so intriguing that it will hunt the [...]

Flashlite #63

December 3rd, 2009

Here is one good straight-forward rock’n’roll episode! We check out the newest works of King Khan, Brimstone Howl and Jack Oblivian. All of them have some new stuff out. We explore the history of Cleveland’s underground scene by digging out a 1979 unreleased tune by the group called The Radiation Factory. Los Lobos have a [...]

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