Monday, April 23, 2007

The Gig Gudie

And if i forgot any gig or anything
Please E-Mial me at culturecitynewstips[at]yahoo[dot]com

April 23rd - April 29th



The Black Keys - Late Night with Conan O'Brien - NBC
The Thermals - Last Call with Carson Daly - NBC [From Feb 16th]
Amy Winehouse - The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - NBC
Iggy Pop and the Stoogs - Jimmy Kimmel Live - ABC
The Format - Last Call with Carson Daly - NBC
The Fratellis - The Late Show With David Letterman - CBS
Arctic Monkeys - Jimmy Kimmel Live - ABC
Brandi Carlile - Late Night with Conan O'Brien - NBC
Kings Of Leon - The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - NBC
Jarvis Cocker - The Late Show With David Letterman - CBS
Jet - Last Call with Carson Daly - NBC


BBC Radio

Radio 1

Steve Lamacq's In New Music We Trust
Monday From 4 PM EST

Jo Whiley In New Music We Trust
Wednesday 4 PM EST

Zane Lowe
Weekday From 2 to 4 PM EST

Huw Stephens Unsigned
Wednesday 7 to 9 PM EST

This Week in sesstion
Dolby Anol presents…Glasgow Electronic - Dolby Anol, Electroluvs and Housemouse

Annie Mac

Friday Night Web show
Friday Night Mash up from 5 to 7 PM
Sunday web Show from 4 PM

This Week Mini Mix
and this will be good

Radio 2



It is almost twenty years since Morrissey, Britain’s most thoughtful and enduring lyricist and singer, launched his solo career. Ever since his emergence as front man with the Smiths in the 1980s his songs have been poured over, analysed and quoted. In this two part series for BBC Radio 2 Stuart Maconie tells the story of the Manchester lad who became a British icon. We hear from friends, fans, colleagues and fellow musicians including: Richard Boon, Mike Hinc, Jo Slee, Andrew Paresi, Willy Russell, Badly Drawn Boy, Zoe Williams, John Hegley, Preston, Stephen Street, Tony Visconti, Andy Rourke and Suggs.


This is the story of how one New York nightclub came to be the spiritual home of disco. And part of its downfall. Boy George looks back on the most decadent disco in history: Studio 54, which opened its doors thirty years ago this April. It’s a tale of hedonism, ambition and sheer abandon that within three years was snuffed out forever. Forget punk, disco music is the most influential, popular and lasting cultural phenomenon from thirty years ago. Studio 54 became a symbol of that era, hugely popular yet short lived, democratic yet elitist, hedonistic yet self destructive. Outside its door, bondage trousers, safety pins and a well thumbed copy of the NME impressed no one.


Michael Freedland presents a four-part series looking at the life of Frank Sinatra as seen through the eyes of those who knew him. This will not be a series featuring stars, the obvious names of a few remaining contemporaries who like to think some of Sinatra's glory will rub off on them. Instead, accompanied by appropriate music, Frank's biographer Michael Freedland will talk to people whose lives were influenced by him - even if he did not know it himself.

BBC 6 Music

6Music Plays It Again
Monday-Thursday 4:30 PM EST

Monday and Tuesday - Me & The Devil: Robert Johnson & the Legacy of the Mississippi Delta Blues

Wednesday and Thursday - Earplugs and Eyeliner - The Iggy Pop Story

6Music Plays It Again Overnight
Every Night at 10 PM EDT

The Story Of Pop continued
Part 32 to 36

Live at 4(AM UK)
Every Night at 11 PM EDT

Concerts 4:00 [AM UK - 11 PM, Detroit Time}

Monday - Terrorvision - Donington Rock Festival 1993
Tuesday - Dave Edmunds - Rockpalast Germany 1979
Wednesday - Fields Of Nephlim - Sheffield University 1989
Thursday - Doves - Hope And Grape Manchester 1998
Friday - LCD Sound System - Belfast 2005
Saturday -Julia Fordham - Hammerwmith Odeon 1989
Sunday - Fountains Of Wayne - Reading Festival 1997

Sessions 4:30[AM UK = 11:30 PM Detroit time]

Police - 23/07/1979
Eberg - 20/01/2006

Yes - 15/06/1969
The Fall - 29/06/1986

Cocteau Twins - 21/06/1982
Starsailor - 20/01/2006

Otis Clay - 01/05/1995
The Blood Arm - 07/12/2006

Kenicki - 23/02/1996
Sidecar Kisses - 11/12/2006

Sisters Of Mercy - 25/08/1982
Morning Runner - 23/02/2006

Gorillaz - 20/03/2001
Pippets - 26/06/2006

Gideon Coe
Weekday from 5 to 8 AM EST

Wednesday - The Kissaway Trail
Thursday - Manic Street Preachers (Hub Session)
Friday - John Shuttleworth (Hub Session)

Queens of Noize Sonic Safari
Saturday 11 AM EST

This Week Safari
it a Food Safari

Tom Robinson
Monday and thursday
2-4:30 PM EST

Monday - The Waterboys
Tuesday - Maps

KCRW Morning Becomes Eclectic with Nic Harcourt
Live Set beging at 2:15 PM EST

Monday - Rosie Thomas
Thursday - Grant Lee Phillips
Friday - Faithless
all live set are in PST, Three Hours behind EST

Rufus Wainwright - Tuesday - 12:00pm
Lymbyc Systym - Wednesday - 12:00pm
Cloud Cult - Friday - 1:00pm
What Made Milwaukee Famous - Saturday 12:00pm
Sloan - Saturday - 3:00pm
The Sea Navy - Saturday - 6:00pm
A Gun That Shoots Knives - Saturday - 8:00pm Live Lounge

Tuesday - Joseph Arthur & The Lonely Astronauts - 3:00 pm
Friday - Dead Heart Bloom - 2:00 pm
Friday - J Roddy Walston and The Business - 4:30 pm

And dont forget every this week is the big Coachella music festival
and since we cant get to Indio, CA it will be web cast at the AT&T Blue room
live i dont have the Schuel of which band that will played the web cast, but all three days live or tape delay you see all gig[well not almost all the bands playing Cocahella]at which will take you to the AT&T Blueroom.

And i post the webcast Line A.S.A.P.

Satulitte Radio


Left of Center (Ch.26)

Left of Sessions
Wednesdays 9 pm
Rebroadcast Fridays noon ET

This week -
The Kaiser Chiefs

SIRIUS Disorder (Ch.24)

World Café
6 pm - 8 pm ET Monday through Thursday
noon - 2pm ET Friday

Monday - John Butler Trio
Tuesday - Willy Mason
Wednesday - Dr. Dog
Thursday - Martin Sexton
Friday - Jonatha Brooke

XM Radio

Build Your Own Show: Edie Brickell & New Bohemians
Monday - 9AM ET - XM Cafe - XM 45
Wednesday - Mid. ET - XM Cafe - XM 45
Wednesday - 3PM ET - XM Cafe - XM 45

Countdown to Indie-Pendence
This week - Q
Monday - Noon ET - XMU - XM 43

Sonic Sound Salutes: WLS Chicago, IL
Friday - 4PM - 9PM ET - The '60s - XM 6

Final Friday LiVE at XM: The Pretenders
Friday - 8PM ET - Deep Tracks - XM 40

Live From The Knitting Factory: Chin Up Chin Up
Friday - 10PM ET - XMU - XM 43
Saturday - 2PM ET - XMU - XM 43
Sunday - 6AM ET - XMU - XM 43

Theme Time Radio Hour with Bob Dylan
Wednesday - 10AM - 11AM ET - Deep Tracks - XM40
Thursday - Noon - 1PM ET - The Village - XM 15
This week's theme is Weather



Sunday - TRANS AM

Maigic Bag

Saturday - TRIPPER with Matt Keil Band & Tom Butwin

Lager House

Tuesday - Boys On Trial
Friday - Lee Marvin Computer Arm / Friends Of The Diddlers / Danny Doll Rod
Saturday - Oscillating Fan Club / Stare Into The Sun

Saint Andrews Hall

Sunday - Plain White T's


Tuesday - The Cliks
Saturday - Young Love: Under the Influence of Giants


Tuesday - The Distinctions
Wednesday - Brother Ali w/ Psalm One, and One.Be.Lo
Thursday - LaSalle w/ Wildcatting, Jehovah's Witness Protection Plan, Man at Arms
Friday - Slum Village w/ Black Milk
Saturday - Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra w/ Krudas Cubenski

The Belmont

Monday - Juicifer!
Thursday - The Phage, Mr. Gnome (Cleveland) and the Hearsemen
Friday - Some Assembly Required, the Banana Convention and the Dial Tones
Saturday - Dead Bodies, Carjack and DJs the Karl Marx Bros.
Sunday - Best Idea Ever, Humanifesto (Montreal), Whiskey Diaries & Toxic Shock Syndrome


Friday - Jacets, Forever In A Day, the Vanilla Curve

Bohemian National Home - 3009 Tillman, Detroit (1 blk N. of Michigan Ave, between I-96 and Grand Blvd)

Wednesday - The Thing
Saturday - CD release for Frank Pahl's "Songs of War and Peace"

Michigan Theatre

Thursday - Patty Griffin
Sunday - Loreena McKennitt

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