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Essential Listening!*

On the next edition of Life Elsewhere, the legendary Sir Mix-A-Lot speaks his mind on Syria, Gun Control, Obamacare, Ted Cruz and the President. Thrash aka Kris Weston, formerly of The Orb recalls his time spent with the pioneering ambient band and explains his new ambitious Kickstarter project. Jason Stewart president of TIGLFF (Tampa International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival) will discuss the program for the upcoming festival. Plus, this week’s Hit That Never Was.

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Next On Life Elsewhere

LE 33 PromoOn the next edition of Life Elsewhere we discuss Life After Punk with Patrick O’Neil, self-proclaimed ex-punk, ex-roadie, ex-junkie, ex-bank robber and the author of the memoir “Hold Up”. O’Neil talks about his punk life and reads from his second book, chronicling his former career as roadie/road manager for several major punk bands during the 80′s including, Dead Kennedys, Flipper, TSOL and Subhumans. From Sheffield, UK, Adam Morris recounts his illustrious career as road manager for Killing Joke, moving on to manage The Orb, launching his own record label and lecturing on musicology. The female perspective is addressed by Seattle’s Gillian Gaar, author of “She’s A Rebel” and other noted books on popular music. Plus this week’s Hit That Never Was features The Mo-dettes, selected by a listener in New York, New York.

 

Life After Punk

On the next edition of Life Elsewhere we talk with two men who grew up in the age of Punk. Patrick O’Neil, self-proclaimed ex-punk, ex-roadie, ex-junkie, ex-bank robber and the author of the memoir “Hold Up”. O’Neil talks about his Punk life and reads from his second book, chronicling his former career as roadie/road manager for several major Punk bands during the 80’s including, Dead Kennedys, Flipper, TSOL and SubhumansAdam Morris‘s illustrious career began as road manager for (the original) Killing Joke, moving on to manage The Orb, then record label owner, college lecturer and musicologist. Adam shares anecdotes entailing Motorhead, “the archetype rock ‘n’ roll band” to ripoffs, “always keep the copyright”. Plus, quickly send your Punk suggestion for this week’s Hit That Never Was,  to: normanb@lifeelsewhere.co

Life Elsewhere airs Monday, 9.00am EDT (1400 GDT)

WMNF 88.5fm 

streaming online: http://www.wmnf.org