Tonight on Pub Crawl: So I have this idea where no one is allowed to take them self seriously. Not only you and me but everyone. Especially well known people. Celebrities and politicians, I’m looking at you. I’m sort of thinking that the world should me more like a They Might Be Giants video. Or Weezer or something akin to Asian people trying to be caucasian middle-America 1950’s types or dressing like cartoons all the time. Actually, that cartoon thing might get old but I stick by the point of the thing. I think if we all took a step back from ourselves and realized that since it’s all pretend anyway we might as well pretend to be something else.
Godfrey’s Pub Crawl, part bar, part radio show, parts unknown. Featuring Meredith, our “Bartender to the Stars” and her gaggle of misfits, malcontents, ne’er do wells, once-functional alcoholics and anyone who wishes to give us a ring. Just like your local tavern, we’ll be talking to- and behind the backs of- interesting people from all crawls of life, all while we pour drinks from our bottomless fountain of genteel indignation. So grab your stool and belly-up ’cause the bar is set, low… REAL low.
The legend continues with iconic disc jockey, Eddie Winters. Boldly go where no disc jockey has gone before on what the nation happily calls “America’s Favorite Rock & Roll Program”.
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It’s all here on this legendary edition of the Coup!
Doug Say: Tommy is back. I’m glad because he is good at talking and listening and deflecting attention from me and doing stuff that I really should be doing but would rather not
Guest Host Tommy Say: Shut the fuck up, Doug.
Dan Say: Guys, guys, please. You’re both right.
The program features humor (hopefully), adult language (definitely), intervals of Dan & Doug loving and/or hating one another, complaining, adult themes, adults discussing TV show theme songs, and Sara rethinking her decision to be a part of this. Listener discretion advised. But, jeez, we’re not your mom. Live your life.
Two life long friends, Dan & Doug, who can barely stand one another wax moronic about their lives, the world and other pointless endeavors. Doug & Dan almost never agree on anything but one of them is always right. Through their very different lenses they will dissect everything and try to figure out what the hell is going on, as if it matters. There will be lively conversations about many topics (TBA), arguments, tiffs, petty bickering, friendship, special guests, not so special guests, intelligence and stupidity. Plus, Sara DeForest. Sara joined the podcast because Dan and Doug wanted a mediator. Turns out that she is more of an instigator, teaming up with one host or the other and encouraging more bickering. Sara also offers a “fresh” perspective, meaning that she hasn’t seen M*A*S*H and is the target for Dan & Doug’s complaints about Millennials. But don’t worry, she doesn’t regret her decision to join the podcast at all. As their fan base grows, so will their power and influence. This will ultimately lead to an enormous fight [hopefully] on air about how to use their new found cache of cultural importance. Sara will use this power to convince her parents that she is in fact funny. Doug will want to use it to get more beer; Dan will want to use it to find the absolutely best pair of pants for his body type. Have a listen before things go horribly wrong.
on 2nite’s episode, we’ll pay Thundercat‘s new album “Drunk” str8 through the first hour-no commercials, no interruption!
Thundercat is a multi-genre bass guitarist, producer and singer from Los Angeles, California. He has released three solo albums, and is most noted for his work with producer Flying Lotus, and crossover thrash band Suicidal Tendencies.
Thundercat appeared on Kendrick Lamar‘s critically acclaimed 2015 album To Pimp a Butterfly. In 2016, Thundercat won a Grammy for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for his work on the track “These Walls” from To Pimp a Butterfly.
Tonight, on the mighty USS from 8-10pm in Studio 1A, we’re bringing you two great tastes that taste great together.
We’re doing a joint (heh heh, we said joint) show with two of San Jose’s most eclectic bands – Rebelskamp and Fuck the Band. Why you might ask. Because both of them will be putting on a show to hype the release of Rebelskamp brand new and much awaited album “Zaelians.” We’ll chat up the new album which features a TON of amazing featured artists and generally catch up with both bands. There’s sure to be a bunch of laughs and general mayhem that always happens when they’re guests on the show.
So, pack a bowl, turn on that lava lamp, fluff up that bean bag and get ready to do some serious Sunday night chillaxin’.
TODAY on Here’s Why That’s Funny on FCC Free Radio – It’s a beautiful, mild, sunny, windy, spicy, extra crispy, and medium rare day here in San Francisco, California. If this is your first time tuning in to the show, I have some bad news for you. It’s the last episode! Unfortunately, Doctor Love couldn’t keep up with her fame and will have to pull a Chappelle and move to Africa for a few years, only to return with a Netflix special that you animals will rip apart online. Who’ve we got for our last go around Studio1A, you ask? Well if you’ll shut your stinking mouth for a moment, I’ll tell ya!
Rory Campbell has as many Emmys as Alex has suicide attempts – the difference is that his ceiling fan is in good working condition! Matt Detar is here so that he and Alex can do the same dance that they do every damn time they hang out: Matt offers vodka, Alex says she doesn’t drink vodka, Alex drinks vodka anyway, Alex gets mad at Matt for even bringing vodka in the first place, Alex and Matt make up and then play video games. It’s a tale as old as time, but at least Alex can carry a tune. Take that, Hermione. We’re also bringing longtime friend of the nearly-dead show, Victor Cruz Perez, and if Alex knows her friends at all, there will probably be a few surprises along the way for her last episode. That being said, Terry Dorsey, if you call into my show on some bullshit, I will find you and kill you.
From the bottom of my heart, Alex and the folks at Here’s Why That’s Funny (which is really just Alex) thank you for your listenership, your idiotic calls, your pointless internet comments, and your baseless devotion. Also, a big shout out to FCC Free Radio for making internet radio in San Francisco such a beacon of love and awesomeness. We’ll see you around the city – and remember, I care about you, and I think you’re special, and I always, always, always, always will.
How about you all just make up your own holiday today?? I have an idea let’s have a tuning into the What’s Really Happening show holiday!!
I am maintaining my health so I can do this show every Sunday so please tune in. The show stays on my mind all week and I hope to make an impact with you also. This Sunday noon to 2pm we have comedian James Francisco Matthews aka Burger, we have a singer with a very beautiful voice Devan Rae, and the great burlesque star Bella Sims joining us, it’s gonna be goodtimes as usual. This is the day before me and my co-host Sebastian Vègo head out to Hollywood to be on the Price is Right.
I am your host Luke “Walgreens” Sauer , hoping you get some good sleep so you can tune in
This Sunday we will have the wonderful song styling of Groovy Judy; and we will also chat about the return of 60’s fashion and the philosophy being used these days…
Sundays – Lilycat on Stuff – 1 A studio -12 -2PM
As we recuperate from last week’s Tequila driven fiesta, the DUBPLATE SOUNDSYSTEM will have a nice quiet environment full of electrolytes and hydration. Some friends were gracious enough to send us their recent projects, so tonight we’ll proudly feature tracks from Bryan Art, Jennifer Barrett and Christina Roshay. In addition, your HUMBLE SELEKTAH assembled a list of classics to complete the recipe. With folks like The Skatalites, The Wailing Souls, Sugar Minott and Gregory Isaacs, it’ll be a night full of class and distinction. Joined by the lovely and talented Miss Ava Louelle….it all goes down tonight and every Saturday from 6pm – 8pm (PST) in STUDIO 1A exclusively on San Francisco’s legendary outlaw radio station www.fccfreeradio.com.
Our schedules rarely allow us time to unwind and rejuvenate. If you miss our live show just follow the link to our archives – download our show, take a break from the rat race and listen to hours of the best Reggae available!!!! http://www.fccfreeradio.com/?s=DUBPLATE+SOUNDSYSTEM You can friend HUMBLE SELEKTAH or like the DUBPLATE SOUNDSYSTEM page on Facebook. Follow humble_selektah on Instagram and Twitter.
Important announcement! On tonight’s show Easy Evie and her favorite cohost Zeon bring on special guest Alyssa to discuss one of her favorite topics: Nihilism. Wait, what does that mean? I forget. Plus, for some reason Duran Duran is on my mind, so let’s bust out some of my favorite tunes, old and new. It’s always a party on the Easy Evie Show!
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Joining Dick & Vic in Studio 2B this week is Alex Morgan! Wait, not that Alex Morgan? Well, we’re happy nonetheless to welcome the QuakesTalk and FootballEveryDay founder to the show. He’s covered the Earthquakes as a beat reporter for three years, and we’re eager for his tactical analysis of the Quakes’ 2-1 defeat to Sporting Kansas City. We’ll also discuss the result of the US vs Honduras World Cup Qualifier at Avaya Stadium, the NWSL preseason and the European exploits of USWNT players, MLS news, and the state of the European leagues and international play!