Monday, April 27, 2009

Sunday Afternoons with Reverend Dan!

Hey Hoodlum!
I just wanted to let you know about my upcoming month-long residency at the Little Cave! The Little Cave is a dark and spooky bar in the Highland Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, and every Sunday afternoon during the month of May, I'll be hosting a weekly listening and drinking party called The Little Rock & Roll Church! From 5pm til 9pm every single Sunday in May, you can find sanctuary inside the Little Cave, as you rejuvinate yourself with a tasty beverage and listen to the finest in vintage Rock & Roll spun by me, Reverend Dan! Plus, I'll even be conducting fake weddings for any couple that would like to be temporarily hitched! It all starts on Sunday, May 3rd, 2009 - BE THERE!

Tell them, "I'm Going To The Church!"

The Little Cave is located at:
5922 N. Figueroa Street in Highland Park
Click here to visit the Little Cave website.

Saturday, April 4, 2009

The Bloody Brains play Friday night at Spikes Bar in Rosemead!

Hey Hoodlums,
This here is a helpful reminder that The Bloody Brains (featuring yours truly on guitar and screaming) will be playing on Friday, April 10th at Spike's Bar in Rosemead! Also on the bill will be Lightin' Bill Woodcock, The Beatkillers and The Joneses! The Bloody Brains are opening the show, so get there before 9:45! Here's the info:

7813 Garvey Avenue, Rosemead, California 91770 - $8.00 - 21 & Over

Click here to visit the Bloody Brains MySpace page

Thursday, April 2, 2009

The 1976 KSUL Program Guide!

Through the courtesy of my good friend Richard Deem, I present to you the 1976 KSUL 90.1 Program Guide! KSUL was a ten watt FM radio station on the campus of California State University at Long Beach. When I found out that there was a real genuine radio station only a quick bicycle ride from my house, I was THERE! As a teenage radio geek, KSUL was the place where...well, click here to read a story about how KSUL and a Ron Cey record changed my life! This edition of the KSUL guide features all of my favorite programs: Rock with the Hit Man with Rocky Principe, Metal Machine Music with Lady Stardust, and D.J. Gyurina! I wonder if "The New Order" playing the KSUL benefit was Ron Asheton's old band?