Good Rockin’ Tonight #106: November 20, 2016

Whoo, is this week’s episode of Good Rockin’ Tonight ever late!   If this week’s episode was a term paper, we’d be failing the course with this one.  But not for content, as we’ve got a show that’s certified 105% rockin!  So crank up those speakers, plug in your headphones, or do whatever you gotta do to get that music loud, and don’t you dare miss it!

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Good Rockin’ Tonight #105: November 10, 2016

Apparently there was some sort of election recently?  Something to do with Secretary Drumpf?  We’re not up on those sorts of things around here.  We’re too busy rocking and rolling!  We’ve got parties to plan, booze to drink, and dance floors to wear out!  These records ain’t gonna spin themselves, after all! On a sadder note, this week’s show also includes a tribute to a recently fallen Canadian music icon.   RIP, Mr. Cohen.

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Good Rockin’ Tonight #104: November 3, 2016

Welcome to November!  It’s the beginning of the extra dark and rainy part of the fall/winter/spring season here on the Wet Coast, so we’ve decided to keep ourselves warm with some red-hot rock ‘n’ roll!  (And a little booze.  Can’t forget the booze.)  If you wanna curl up by the speaker and light a fire in your heart that will make you forget your cares, you’d better get on it.   It’s a glowing hot episode of Good Rockin’ Tonight, so don’t you dare miss it!

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Good Rockin’ Tonight #103: October 27, 2016

We’re starting with a belated birthday greeting this week.  We’re positively mortified we missed this last week.  Obviously, we haven’t been paying close enough attention to the calendar over at Phantom Creep Radio!  Despite that setback, we’ve got an hour of the best rock and roll your soul could ever ask for, so don’t you dare miss it!

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Good Rockin’ Tonight #102: October 21, 2016

Today’s episode is a day late.  That’s because we had too much fun the other night going to see some real live honky-tonk music, and we’ll never be sorry for that!  But we couldn’t leave y’all completely out in the cold, so we’ve lined up an extra-hot hour of hip-shakin’ rock ‘n’ roll for you to do the stomp to.  It’s a special delivery, so don’t you dare miss it!

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Good Rockin’ Tonight #98: The New England Shake-Up! Year Four Preview Special

As we pass the autumnal equinox, the changing of the season can only mean one thing in rockin’ terms: it’s time for the northeast of the USA to rock its socks off with The New England Shake-Up!  We’ve got an extra-long episode this week covering our favorite rockabilly weekender from the land of crab cakes, clam chowder, and picturesque fall vistas.  It’s a rockin’ good time, so don’t you dare miss it!

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Good Rockin’ Tonight #97: September 15, 2016

This week, we’ve got two very odd covers, as well as two songs that Shameless Amos just can’t get enough of (there’s even some crossover there)!  We’ve got ruby dust up our sleeves, a raging sea, a wisecracking webslinger, and a rodeo show for the cool kids all this week on Good Rockin’ Tonight, so don’t you dare miss it!

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Good Rockin’ Tonight #96: September 8, 2016

The Great White North is fairly well represented on this week’s episode of Good Rockin’ Tonight.  We didn’t set out to have so much Canadian music, but it just kind of happened that we found stacks of great, maple syrup-smellin’, tracks to tickle your eardrums with.  So crack a cold one, turn the stereo up, and get ready for an hour of kicking tunes.  It’s a smokin’ show, so don’t you dare miss it!  

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Good Rockin’ Tonight #95: September 1, 2016

This week, we bring you the best rockabilly on the planet, covering topics from imprisonment, loneliness, and procrastination to, well, rockin’!  What would an episode without songs about rockin’ be?  Not this show, that’s for darn tootin’! Also, friend of the show Serge Lotosky (who does the voiceover for our intro and ads) has an art show opening tonight called Disciples of Maui.  So, if you’re in the Vancouver area, don’t you dare miss it!

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Good Rockin’ Tonight #93: August 21, 2016

Hello, there, folks!  This episode is coming to you once again better late than never.  Summer time is a time for fun and frolic, and we’ve been indulging at the expense of the schedule.  All that aside, we’ve brought you a great hour of the best hip-shaking rock and roll on the planet.  Don’t you dare miss it!

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Good Rockin’ Tonight #91: August 4, 2016

Summer here has been hot, then cold, then hot, then rainy.  But Good Rockin’ Tonight can always be relied upon to bring you a hot hour of rockin’ tunes, no matter what the weather!  This week’s show is certainly no exception, so don’t you dare miss it! Check out Rockabilly Night at the Princeton Pub here. And read the Rockabilly Nerd’s “Ten of the Best Rockabilly Albums From The Last 5 Years” here.  

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Good Rockin’ Tonight #90: July 29, 2016

WE’RE BA-AACK!  Granted, it’s a day late, but seismic shifts have been occurring behind the scenes here at psychoradio.ca, and it’s been hard to remember what day of the week it is.  But fear not, we have your weekly dose of the shakin’est rock and/or roll that money can rent, so tune in, turn on, drop the needle on this here podcast, and for goodness’ sake, don’t you dare miss it!

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