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Flashlite #337

July 23rd, 2015

Today we introduce Sherwin from Lancester, PA. We also check out some new tunes from Barreracudas (Atlanta GA) and Step-Panther (from Sydney AU). Good old Keith Richards has a new single and it sounds amazingly fresh. The second part of today’s show is dedicated to my friends Žikica and Skoča who lost a good home […]

Flashlite #319

March 19th, 2015

Today we start off with a one man band from Utrecht in Netherlands, Robbing Banks. Then we have a new super-group called Diamond Rugs consisted of John McCauley and Robbie Crowell from Deer Tick, Ian Saint Pé from Black Lips and Steve Berlin from Los Lobos. Then we hear two different tributes to The Rolling […]

Flashlite #305

December 11th, 2014

December 2 and December 3 of 2014 were two devastating days for rock’n’roll. We lost two true greats, Bobby Keys and Ian McLagan. McLagan started in Small Faces, continued with Faces had some amazing solo records, toured with his Bump Band. Bobby Keys played saxophone and greatly contributed to the golden period of The Rolling […]

This is one devastating month for the world of music. We lost some of the really great ones recently. Tommy Ramone is the most recent one, until now, the only remaining original Ramone, writer of Blitzkrieg Bop and producer of The Replacements Tim. His most recent musical effort was a bluegrass duet Uncle Monk, and […]

Flashlite #198

November 22nd, 2012

Today we open up with our good friends Cheap Wine from Pesaro in Italy, one of the best Americana band outside America. We also represent the new album from the Australian singer songwriter Paul Kelly. Sarah Borges joined forces with Los Straitjackets for a cover of The Rolling Stones Let’s Spend The Night Together. Buddy […]

On July 12, 50 years ago, The Rolling Stones had their firs gig at the Marequee Club in London. It’s not news to say the Stones are one of the most influential rock’n’roll bands ever. So, in honor of their 50th anniversary, we will review some of the most interesting covers of The Rolling Sones […]

Flashlite #159

February 23rd, 2012

Julian Cope continues with his steady concept of putting out double albums with songs obsessed by the middle east and politics. Listening to that stuff is a learning experience. The new record is called Psychedelic Revolution. We also have the new album for John Larson, who we know from the Marlowes. We used to play […]

Flashlite #149

December 15th, 2011

Folks, one of the weirdest episodes ever here at the Little Lighthouse… There is a whole bunch of reissues these days with live music. So, we started off with the new live reissues of Lou Reed, Rolling Stones and Giant Sand. Twilight Singers have a new live album out, so we check out that as […]

May 8 marks hundred years of birth of the famous bluesman Robert Johnson. At least officially, as the exact date of his birth is unknown. But, the man’s influence on rock’n’roll and all other blues related music genres is impossible to measure. The majority of Johnson’s music was recorded between 1936 and 1937, long before […]

Flashlite #113

February 17th, 2011

In out past seasons we had four shows where we featured songs that we identified as anthems of rock’n’roll. Those are the songs that bands keep turning to through the entire history of this music, tunes that define the very fabric of rock music. Previously we featured Louie Louie, I Fought The Law, Tobacco Road […]

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