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On today’s episode we are joined by singer, song writer, and guitarist for Chicago punk band The Ridgelelands, whose albums include Corey Webster Must Die!!!, Dagggers Down, and Third Times a Harm. In June he released his first solo album Stay Broke which can be found now on Bandcamp, Spotify, or wherever you stream music. Doug sits down with Brand…
 
On today’s episode you will hear music by Los Saicos, Los Yorks, Trini Lopez, Los Crazy Birds and more, as Brandon goes south of the boarder and beyond for this collection of rock scorchers from around the world. Theme songs: Mini theme song by Niko Riley Theme song: Apache by Jorgan Ingmann Follow us on Facebook and Instagram. Email us at blueisla…
 
On today's episode of the podcast Brandon plays selections from his dad's record collection, from bands that would probably shape and influence his taste in music for years. He also some songs submitted by listeners that remind them of their dads. And finally, he fills out the set with random "dad" songs. You will hear songs by Spirit, Los Tigres D…
 
“Little” Jerry Williams is an American singer, musician, song writer, and record producer that started his career in 1954 when he was 12 years old. In 1970 he reinvented himself as Swamp Dogg and released (and continues to release) offbeat R&B albums that include Total Destruction to Your Mind, Rat On! and Love, Loss & Auto-Tune. He has been making…
 
Recorded in the beer garden of The Rock Island Public House in Brandon sits down with local musician Fred Morg. A student of music for most of his life, not to mention a music teacher, Fred has spent more than 30 years playing in bands such as Major Threat, Number Nine, Reflexicon and his longest running project FULL, just to name a few . . . There…
 
On today’s episode of the podcast you will hear songs by The Shirelles, The Misfits, Kool & The Gang, Overkill, The Feelies, Yo La Tengo, and more as Brandon takes a musical journey to the diner capital of the world, and one of the most wrongly maligned states in the union, New Jersey! Oh yeah, and you'll probably hear some songs from those other J…
 
Today’s featured artist is (Mr. Guitar) Link Wray, the man most recognized for introducing the world to the power chord and distortion. He is ranked among the top 100 guitar players of all-time and has been sighted as an influence by Pete Townsend, Neil Young, Iggy Pop and even Mark E. Smith, who hated everyone. And his music has been heard in doze…
 
Today's episode is a carefully curated selection of cover songs that only a mother could love. Just kidding, they can also be loved by uncles, second cousins, and you! You'll hear covers by The Chocolate Watch Band, Sakura & The Quests, The Supremes, The Raincoats and more.
 
On today’s episode Brandon plays an eclectic mix of songs dedicated to the holidays that take place during the month of February. For instance: National Freedom Day, National Dark Chocolate Day, National Serpent Day, National Baked Alaska Day and National Get Up Day and that’s just Feb 1st!
 
On today’s episode we have guest Adam Snitcherton, the lead singer for the Chicago punk band The Kreutzer Sonata. At the start of the pandemic and the ensuing lock down that put an end to playing and seeing live music, Adam set out a different creative outlet and picked up a paintbrush. So we'll be talking about art, music, Chicago, and we'll even …
 
On today’s episode Brandon compiles the music of some of the amazing musicians and bands that have been on the podcast in the last few years. And there were so many he couldn’t even fit them all into one episode! So stay tuned for Potholes Vol. 2. The bands you’ll hear on this volume are (in no particular order): Lemon Knife, The Arrivals, Little D…
 
On today’s episode of the Blue Island Radio Podcast Brandon is joined by New York musician Justin Melkmann from the bands, Jerk Alert, Recreational Outrage, and his longest running project World War IX. Also, Justin has been writing & drawing comics even longer than he’s been playing music and his latest series Thank God it’s Monday: The Story of W…
 
For most of us this year has been one of the worst years of our lives. It took away so many of the things that we took for granted, like the ability to see live music, drink beers with our friends at our favorite watering holes, and in some cases, toilet paper. But one thing this year did not take away, could not take away, was the Blue Island Radi…
 
This is the 4th & probably final Flashback Friday episode where Brandon plays an old set from his days as a volunteer DJ at WBAR in New York City!? On this episode you're likely to hear the Tom Tom Club, Kool & The Gang, The Clash, Boogie Down Productions, The Mountain Goats and more!
 
On today's episode Brandon plays bands and songs and songs from bands from Ohio. He plays some early teen rockers, the heavy hitters and the slightly more progressive sounds of Ohio. You'll hear songs from The Moonglows, The Villagers, electric eels, The Rubber City Rebels and yes, of course there is a song from Guided by Voices. (Can You guess whi…
 
No Zag-Nuts for you Waldo! Cuz Trick or Treating in Blue Island has been called off. So why not crack a few beers from the Blue Island Beer Company and listen to this years collection of Halloween Nuggets on the Blue Island Radio Podcast. Or are you scared? Anyway, on this year's show you will hear songs by The Lancers, The Wailers, The Symbols, Jo…
 
On today’s episode of Burning Bridges Brandon is once again joined in the outside studio by Lindsay, Dave and Brian and together they try not to burn any bridges while talking about such heady topics as the new season of Fargo (which Blue Island plays a small role in), Vodka, the “Washington Football” Team and this year’s Trick or Treating situatio…
 
On today's episode Brandon welcomes Scott Boswell; builder of electric bass guitars, former Blue Island resident, and current member of the rock band Dead Town Revival. Inspired by a recent Spotify playlist Punk Rock & Disorderly in Blue Island, Brandon asks Scott to shed some light on the early Blue Island punk scene, and asks some listener questi…
 
On today's episode Brandon pays tribute to the "architect" and real king of rock n roll, Little Richard, whose song Tutti Frutti was recorded 65 years ago this month. The song blew the doors off of its predecessors and laid the foundation for all rock songs that would follow. He also opened the doors for gender bending rock stars like David Bowie, …
 
This flashback was recorded about 17 years ago at WBAR, which is the student run radio station at Barnard College in New York. Every summer they would open up the station to pretty much anybody who wanted to do a show and of course, I was one of those people. I haven't listened to this recording in about 15 years and I'm sure it's full of mistakes …
 
Songs of protest, pride, anger, survival, frustration, despair, hope and struggle, a struggle that's been going on for far too long. Sadly, when a lot of these songs first appeared the artists who wrote them probably had no idea that they'd still be relevant, still be fighting for peace & equality some 40 - 50 years ago. If you're still struggle wi…
 
Hi, this is Brandon, and on today's episode I'll be speaking with musician "Scary" Larry Montet, who has been in and around the Chicago music scene for more than 30 years. Not only that but he is also my cousin. We talk about some the bands that were in and around Blue Island back in the early days, some of the joints he hung out at on the north si…
 
On today's episode Brandon offers up twenty-one songs in the key of mama. That's right, just in time for mother's day, twenty-one songs about your mutha, sort of . . . You will hear songs by Black Nasty, The Ramones, Wilson Pickett and more. But if you're still not satisfied and looking for more songs about ya mama then check out episode #23 of the…
 
Andre Williams made music for more than 60 years and played everything from soul, to country, to garage and more. Even though he co-wrote one of the most used songs movies & TV his contribution to the world of music is often over looked. Not only that but his raw brand of soul, humor, and crude talking style of singing is often sighted as an early …
 
On today's episode of the show Brandon makes some calls and to old friends in different parts of the country, people he hasn't spoken to in years, and checks on their well-being. He finds out how they are navigating through the treacherous circumstances we are all currently facing and then asks them to tell an embarrassing story about Brandon. Than…
 
For April Fools Day, a day I never understood, we decided to shake things up a bit; do something a little different. It's nutty, it's wild it's . . . well, it's a podcast so try and keep your expectations in check. Anyway, this was recorded in the waning days of "normalcy", before the creeping death swept in and took over our lives, sweeping us int…
 
This is a special mini-episode where Brandon & AP Lindsay take calls and talk about "Social Distancing" and state ordered closure of the bars in Illinois. ** The Rock Island Public House will be open today MARCH 16th. Then it will be closed until April. Please, if you are healthy, and want to support the business before they are forced to close go …
 
It's October, which means it's time for the latest installment of Blue Island Radio Podcast's Halloween extravaganza where Brandon plays songs about ghoosts, goblins, phantoms, creeps, frankensteins, vampires, zombies, demons and all the other things that you can think of that go bump in the night.
 
It's finally here, the 100th episode of the Blue Island Radio Podcast, recorded in front of a live audience at the Rock Island Public House! This episode features at least 15 - 20 guests comprised of some of Blue Island's finest and live musical performances by Jimmy Disbrow and Jared Langworthy. Thanks for listening and for your continued support.…
 
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