Roy Peak "heykids GOMLTheme Song"
Chris Stalcup and The Grange "Downhearted Fools"
Chatham County Line "Show Me The Door"
Hymn For Her "Milkweed"
Aaron Lubeck "Watering the Astroturf"
The Warlocks "Dance Alone"
Bad Llama "The Wolf You Feed"
Lauren Fincham "Heartache Tsunami"
Mandolin Orange "Echo"
Quiet Life "Finally Back"
The Barmines "Reliance (RADIO EDIT)"
July Talk "Picturing Love"
Indya "Strip Me Down"
Death By Unga Bunga "I Wanted Everything"
Metallica "Hardwired (CLEAN EDIT)"
This show is a fine blend of musical genres that seems to work for me. I dunno, do you guys prefer your episodes of Hey You Kids Get Off My Lawn to be mostly Alt.Country and Punk Rock? Or do you like it when I throw a ton of different genres all into the mix? Let me know because I actually want to know. Oh, and if you are keeping track Roy Peak and Professor Hugo show up on this episode. Your mom loves us kids..
Apparently I'm in the early stages of sporting a mullet. My hair got incredibly out of control and I went to get it trimmed a bit. But two days in I was looking in the mirror, and I'm pretty sure this is a mullet. Stay tuned for updates.. and while you wait check out some new music from Mass Gothic, Hands Off Gretel, The Dead Deads, Pansy Division and much more!
I'm back! How the heck are you kids doing? I'm doing much better today than I was a month ago. Losing your father then grandfather in a 5 month window is not something I recommend. Trust me.
But onto today's episode of Hey You Kids Get Off My Lawn on WPNR-fm.. I've got a nice mix of classic cuts plus new music from The Dead Deads, Dex Romweber, Get Dead and The Royal Hounds all for your enjoyment.. and maybe we might learn something in the process. It will be glorious!
hey you kids GET OFF MY LAWN airs Sundays at 8 pm every week on WPNR 90.7FM in Utica, NY.
The show is aimed at everyone looking for music not supported by commercial radio.
Broadcast from the campus of Utica College, WPNR reaches a 15-20 mile radius that encompasses the city of Utica and the surrounding suburbs of New Hartford, Whitesboro, Yorkville, New York Mills, and Oriskany. At any given point WPNR has a potential audience of over 100,000 listeners.