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Tamra Spivey - Lucid Nation - RMOD

February 21st, 2018

Rolling Stone​ says that “If Spivey sounds spacey, she’s not. Her songs range from aggressive, screaming punk to beautifully melodic rhythm and blues, the very definition of garage-rock..."

Tangerine Magazine says that “The jaw dropping one in a million talent of this band is poet/vocalist Tamra Spivey. Her squeals, punk howls, growls, and soft cajoling steal the spotlight. Like a Marianne Faithful full of wild abandon or a Courtney Love with more soul and a wider variety of tonal deliveries, she sounds like she’s wringing out every pore and gland to get her visceral message across. Wailing through angry, sultry, mournful, demanding, accusatory, she sounds like a demented street sage baring her soul with wide open screams while hiding angel wings of delicate beauty under a shabby, dirty raincoat.”
 
LA Weekly​ thinks she sounds like  an “Early Patti Smith trapped at a Godspeed You Black Emperor rehearsal.”
In Music We Trust thinks that this is “One of the best chaotic rock bands on the planet.”
 
We had to know more, so we caught up with front woman Tamra Spivey of Lucid Nation​ for a live phone interview Monday February 19th, 2018 during Memphis Metal Mondays with D to talk about the band and so much more. We even got a surprise from Nitebob crashing in to produce the show for a few minutes.  Did you miss all the fun? Catch the conversation right here.
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Road Crew Radio - Road Tip #25 - Kevin “Batty” Walsh - RMOD

February 21st, 2018

Every Monday night during Radio Memphis – Memphis Metal Mondays​ at 9:30 PM CT, we’re bringing you a weekly Road Crew Tip. For whether you are in the studio, on the stage or out on the road. This tip is for you and is part of the Radio Memphis- Road Crew Radio​ series.
 
For Monday (February 19th, 2018) we got a call from our international connection out of the U.K.
 
Tip 21: “When traveling on an airplane, review the cases that you are putting your gear in for durability... and for goodness sakes, carry a copy of the documentation with you provided by the government that states that you can bring your guitar on as a carry on."
 
Hear what Kevin “Batty” Walsh had to say and catch the tip right here.
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Radio Memphis Around the World - Artist of the Month - February 2018 - Blakdenim - RMOD

February 19th, 2018

Have you checked out music from the band Blakenim from Canada? Tune in every Saturday at 3:00 PMCT to hear a rock block of their tracks because they are Radio Memphis Around the World​'s  Artists of The Month for February 2018.

We're also caught up for a live interview on Saturday, February 17th with Kyle and Karl of Blakdenim. Did you miss it? Catch the conversation right here.

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The Existence of Strange Things - S3E7 - Wayne McRoy

February 17th, 2018

On this episode of The Existence of Strange Things, the crew spend an evening with researcher Wayne McRoy. They talk various conspiracy theories, chemtrails, big pharma and more. Plus News of The Strange with Vance Nesbitt.

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Memphis Metal Mondays - Mick Sweda - RMOD

February 17th, 2018

Mick Sweda. He's a songwriter, guitarist and singer from New York. After attending college on a drama scholarship and touring the east coast with various bands, Sweda moved to Los Angeles where he spent time in various musical projects and then in 1984, he was approached by Carmine Appice to join his new band King Kobra and touring extensively with bands such as  Iron Maiden, Kiss, Ted Nugent and more.  Then in 1987, Sweda joined Bullet Boys and hit the road with bands, such as Cheap Trick, Bon Jovi, Ozzy Osbourne and others. And he's still making things happen.

Did you know that we a actually caught up with Mick during one of our Monday night shows during Memphis Metal Monday? Catch the conversation right here.

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Road Crew Radio - Road Tip #24 - Ken Barr - RMOD

February 15th, 2018

Every Monday night during Radio Memphis – Memphis Metal Mondays​ at 9:30 PM CT, we’re bringing you a weekly Road Crew Tip. For whether you are in the studio, on the stage or out on the road. This tip is for you and is part of the Radio Memphis- Road Crew Radio​ series. and brought to you by KEN BARR FILMS and RADIO MEMPHIS!!!
  
For Monday (February 12th, 2018) we got a call from Orlando, Florida.
  
Tip #24: “You may want to work a MUSIC CRUISE.  Make sure when you show up at the pre-production meeting... you get everyone's call numbers."
  
After just coming off 70,000 TONS OF METAL 2018, Did you miss what Ken Barr had to say?  Catch the tip right here.
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The Existence of Strange Things - S3E6 Timothy Renner

February 10th, 2018

Author and researcher Timothy Renner sits down with The Existence of Strange Things crew to talk cryptids, UFO's and the mystery that is Toad Road. Here's the whole show. Don't listen alone.

 

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The Existence of Strange Things - S3E5 - Vance Nesbitt & Jax Atwell

February 5th, 2018

On this episode of The Existence of Strange Things, Sean, Lon and Butch have a conversation with Strange News host, Vance Nesbitt. Also, a conversation with filmmaker and researcher Jax Atwell. 

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Radio Memphis Around the World - Artist of the Month - January 2018 - Lee Delray - RMOD

February 1st, 2018

Here is a big thank you to Lee Delray​ and the Lee Delray Band​ from Pennsylvania for being Radio Memphis Around the World​'s Artist of the Month for January 2018! Make sure you check the band out at www.leedelray.com and follow what they have coming up for 2018!
 
Did you miss the conversation that Lee Delray had with D during the show on January 27th, 2018?  You can catch the conversation right here.
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Road Crew Radio - Road Tip #23 - Ken Barr - RMOD

February 1st, 2018

Every Monday night during Radio Memphis – Memphis Metal Mondays​ at 9:30 PM CT, we’re bringing you a weekly Road Crew Tip. For whether you are in the studio, on the stage or out on the road. This tip is for you and is part of the Radio Memphis- Road Crew Radio​ series.
 
 
For Monday (January 27th, 2018) we got a call from Orlando, Florida.
 
 
Tip #23: "For all you guitar techs, check that tone. It's everything."
 
 
Did you miss what Ken Barr had to say?  Catch the tip right here.
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