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PLAY IT NOW!!!!!Friday - 1-31-14 - The Dave Darin Show (Full Show) - 1hr 04mins
PLAY IT NOW!!!!!Thursday - 1-30-14 - The Dave Darin Show (Full Show) - 1hr 55mins


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INTERVIEWS FROM NYC. COULD NOT GET CLOSE TO STERN. MOB SCENE.
WHEN THIS SHOW GETS HUGE YOU GUYS AND I THROW A BETTER PARTY.

GET INTERVIEWED BY DAVE DARIN AND HOWARD. STAY TUNED FOR DETAILS

  • Cold Fronts - Cold Fronts play raw loud
    Started playing shows in an abandoned building in West Philly called the Rathaus. The local press dubbed it "Satans Dorm Room". During an impromptu street show at SXSW, Semour Stein, president of Sire Records, happened to be walking by and liked the bands songs. Like a page out of the rock and roll fairytale book, he signed the band and things have not been the same since. Cold Fronts is Craig Almquist writes the songs and Alex Smith drums on them. The other two dudes change from time to time but currently Peter Helmis is on bass and Chris Baglivo (Doc Bag) is on guitar.
  • Double King - Hip-Swaying 50s Style Surf Rock
    Double King have something going. With an interesting vocal tone and range, hip-swaying 50s style surf rock guitars and a catchy pop set up, we find ourselves swooning. They have a sound dripping in Americana that beckons on classical styles infused with traditional pop structures. Its hard not to get overwhelmed by this Brooklyn based indie rock.
  • Midnight Mob - Rock N Roll
    Close your eyes, throw on your headphones and set your stereo to overdrive. If the sun never rises and the 5 strangers never touched you then it was All for Nothing. The Midnight Mob moves on and youre left with a moonlit sky and 99 ways to die. Midnight Mob is Blackey - Vox, Mickey Squeeze - Lead Guitar, Spydyr - Guitar, Carly Quinn - Bass
  • Odd Cast - with Budd Zunga
    Born in Nashville TN.,Budd Zunga is a versatile musician with skills that pull deep from the soul of Blues, Rock & Roll and Jazz,.He and his music are new to the Syracuse market and he is trying hard to have it take root. His aspirations lay in one day becoming a musical influence as did his hero Frank Zappa. His past has laid a foundation that creates his unique style. When asked about influences he says," The Beatles, Beck, Berry, Stravinsky and Mozart,these are just a few, I believe that the musical quality of the harmony of nature abounds and begs to be interpreted, this is my inspiration."
  • D.J. Perry
    A third generation Native Arizonan, Perry spent his early DJ days spinning at a dozen of small clubs, sports bars, and odd ball gigs. It wasnt until 1998 when he became a regular at Club Rio spinning 2-3 nights a week for over a year. Even though the place is shut down now, it opened the door to radio since thats where he met his connections to his first AZ residence: Mega 104.3 and sister station Energy Az (later changed format to The Beat).


Below is the HUGE archive of shows from way back in April 2010 and up-to-date

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