Monday, October 09, 2006

Gig Gudie Monday

October 9th - October 15th



Jimmy Kimmel Live - The Killers - ABC - (From Last Wednesday)
Late Night with Conan O'Brien - Gomez - NBC
Last Call with Carson Daly - Amos Lee - NBC
(He also on Wedensday Night)
Late Night with Conan O'Brien - Robert Randolph & The Family Band - NBC
Late Night with Conan O'Brien - Basement Jaxx - NBC
Last Call with Carson Daly - Duke Spirit - NBC
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - Edie Brickell
Saturday Night Live - The Killers - NBC (From Two Weeks Ago)
Subterranean - Silversun Pickups - MTV2


BBC Radio Online

Radio 1

Steve Lamacq "In New Music We Trust"
Monday at 4 EDT
This week
Jamie T + Archie Bronson Outfit in session

Huw Stephens Unsinged
Wednesday From 7 to 9 PM
This Week
Scouting For Girls

Sadly i have no Choch
Colin Murray
Monday to Thursday 5 to 7 PM EDT
October 9 - Live music rewind - Alkaline Trio, Primal Scream and The Cure
October 10 - Black Hole of Radio 1 - the best music and comedy downloads
October 11 - Documentary - 'Who cares about Global Warming?'
October 12 - In the company of Beck...

and dont for get
Zane Lowe
Monday to Thursday
2 - 4 PM EDT

And the Very cool and Lovely and tought Anne Mac
Her Mash Up - Friday from 5 to 7 PM EDT
and her sunday night show from at 4 PM EDT

Radio 2

(On Live right Now


Angie Stone follows three schoolgirls' rise to Motown queens, in a three part series about The Supremes.

on Line this week


Comedian and Star Trek fan Stewart Lee takes us on a journey to the final frontier, with a look at the phenomenal science fiction series, marking 40 years since it began


Actor Martin Freeman, star of 'The Office' and 'The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy', celebrates the music of 6 artists with a substantial back catalogue of work, who he thinks are 'overlooked and underrated.'


(3 Parts) The Life of Etta James: Candi Staton presents the story of the singer who has conquered personal demons while recording some of the greatest R'n'B records ever.


In Bats Out Of Hell, Paul Sexton tells the story of how the bat first flew, how it came to produce a hugely successful sequel fully 15 years later, and how it's ultimately led to Bat Out Of Hell III, unleashed by Meat Loaf this month.

6 Music

6 Music Play it agian
Monday to Thursday 4:30 PM

Punk Rock U.S.A.
(Prefict timeing because it the laste week of Operation at CBGB in NYC)
Airing all this Week

In the mid-60s bands arrived on the US scene whose sound could, in retrospect, be seen as the origins of punk rock. Groups such as The Standells, The Count Five, The Sonics, The Shadows of Night... all you needed was three chords and an attitude. Inspired by the sounds of the British Invasion, the music was often raw, unrehearsed and untutored. Taking the rhythm and blues raunch of The Yardbirds and the Stones, the melodic heart of the Beatles and the sonic ferocity of The Who and The Kinks as models, US garage rock flowered briefly in the period between 1965 and 1968.

Dream Ticket with Joe Mace
Monday to thursday 5 to 8 PM EDT

Tuesday - Kirsty McColl
Wedensday - Japan
Thursday - White Stripes

Gideon Coe
Monday to Friday
5 to 8 AM EDT

Monday - Archie Bronson Outfit
Tuesday - Howling Bells
Wednesday - Ezio

Queens of Noize
Sunday at 7 PM EDT

Tom Robinson
Monday and tuesday at 2 to 4:30 PM

This Week in Session: Larrikin Love

This Week's Guests:
Bat For Lashes on Monday
and Kenny Young and The Eggplants on Tuesday have total redesing it entri website so there is no new info on who coming up on Morning Becomes Eclectic with Nic Harcourt so that have last week session arcived

Mojave 3
Rodrigo y Gabriela
Amos Lee
Madeleine Peyroux

All live Set are PDT (-3 Hours from EDT)

The Mugs Thursday October 12, 9:30am
Joseph Arthur Thursday October 12, 4:30pm
Sera Cahoone - Live from Ballard Friday October 13, 7:00am
Math & Physics Club - Live from Ballard Friday October 13, 9:00am
Michael Franti - Live in Ballard Friday October 13, 4:30pm
Habib Koite (taping to be aired later) Saturday October 14, 3:00pm
The Hope Saturday October 21, 6:00pm
Weary Saturday October 21, 8:00pm
So Many Dynamos Sunday October 22, 12:00pm

The Current

And Beging with this week gig gudie Indoors listing upcoming Live in studio Guests from KCMP-FM, 89.3, The Current a radio Station run by and owned by Minnesota Public Radio(MPR), It have a free From mix of Music and have live guests in the studio set

You Can Find More Info at
or the histroy of the station at the Wikipedia section

Wedensday - Kaki King
Dont ask who it is it just a band

but you can listen to these past sesstion

Amy Millan
Asobi Seksu
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
Zero 7
M. Ward
Jurassic 5
Amos Lee
Silversun Pickups
Jolie Holland
The Futureheads
Tapes 'N Tapes
The Rakes
World Party
Bruce Cockburn
The Bellrays
K.T. Tunstall
Two Gallants
Drive-by Truckers
The Concretes
Rainer Maria
Regina Spektor
T-Bone Burnett
Shiny Toy Guns
The Editors
The Stills
Ben Harper - live in studio
Mates of State - live in studio
Martha Wainwright - live in studio

and for all you fans of the if rumors are ture the "on-Haites", Former Late morning Host Barb Abney do a show on the Current From 10 AM to 1 PM EDT (9 to Noon CDT)

Satulitte Radio


SIRIUS Disorder (Ch.26)

World Café
6 pm - 8 pm ET Monday through Thursday
1 pm - 3pm ET Friday

Monday - Ray LaMontagne
Tuesday - Grizzley Bear
Wednesday - Easy Star All-Stars
Thursday - Jerry Lee Lewis
Friday - Barenaked Ladies

Left of Center (Ch.26)

Left of Sessions
Wednesdays 9 pm
Rebroadcast Fridays noon ET

This Week

Camper Van Beethoven Interview
Tomorrow 10:00 am ET
Re-air at: Thurs., Oct. 12th @ 8 am ET.

One of indie rock’s most influential bands, Camper Van Beethoven join Jake to discuss their long indie history, their influential song "Take the Skinheads Bowling", and current tour.

Built To Spill: You In Reverse
Wed 10/11 4:00 pm ET
Re-Air: Thurs., Oct.19th @ 2 pm ET.

Built To Spill crash through the SIRIUS Studios to hang out with Jake and chat about their latest release You In Reverse, how well it's doing on the charts, and their current tour.

The Decemberists: The Crane Wife
Thurs 10/12 4:00 pm ET
Re-Air: Weds., Oct. 18th @ 2 pm ET

The Decemberists visit the SIRIUS Studios to chat with Reno about their latest album, The Crane Wife, being on a major label, and their current tour.

Guest DJ: Sean Lennon
Fri 10/13 3:00 pm ET

The son of the great John Lennon, Sean Lennon takes over the SIRIUS Studios to play tracks from all his favorite Left of Center bands as well as tracks from his latest record.

XM Radio


Build Your Own Show with Edie Brickell and The New Bohemians
XM Cafe - XM 45

XM Caf Live with Widespread Panic
XM Cafe - XM 45

Offstage: DMC <>R>Deep Tracks - XM 40
11PM - Mid. ET


XM Radio Classics: Sinatra Sings
Radio Classics - XM 164
10AM - 11AM ET
Frank Sinatra will be heard on a 1943 episode of music countdown program, Your Hit Parade. And then he'll star as adventure seeker, Rocky Fortune and the premier episode from October 1953. The hour long special will followed by another episode of Your Hit Parade, again featuring Sinatra

Mixed Bag Radio #91 with Regina Spe
ktor <>R>The Loft - XM 50
3PM - 4PM ET


Theme Time Radio Hour with Bob Dylan
Wednesday - Deep Tracks - XM 40 - 10AM - 11AM ET
This week's theme is Time

Surface Noise with Gary Num
an <>R>Fred - XM 44
Noon ET

Bob Dylan's Voyage of Discovery
The Village - XM 15
Begins At Wed. Mid. ET - Thurs. Mid. ET
Bob Dylan's Voyage of Discovery - whether you stand on the beaches as the three wooden ships sail from the comforts of Spain or you are Christopher Columbus, sailing uncharted waters, Bob Dylan has taken us into the great audio unknown that is the Theme Time Radio Hour in honor of the 24th program, The Village will celebrate with 24 programs in 24 hours beginning Midnight ET.


Ziggy Marley: Love Is My Religion
The Joint - XM 101
9PM - 9:25 PM ET


The Detroit Symphony Orchestra
XM Pops - XM 113
This week, the DSO is conducted by Hugh Wolff, and features Samuel Barber?rture to The School for Scandal, the Symphony No. 5 by Shostakovich, and pianist Jon Kimura Parker performs with the orchestra in Tchaikovsky?terpiece.

The Wolfman Jack Show
The 60s - XM 6

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