• Published: Feb 24th, 2012
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The Friday Rock Show, 24th February

A week off after the Decades Show on the 10th, but in my defence we have a new cat in the Rock household, and me going all Tommy Vance would not have helped Charlie settle in. So a breather was called for.

But that’s over now, batteries are recharged, and the run up to South by Southwest is pretty much starting now.

The Friday Rock Show, 24th February

Carrie, by Speak (Speak on Playing in Traffic Records).
Fix Your Life, by Grenouer (www.grenouer.com).
Thrill of the Ride, by Human Face (Human Face on Facebook).
Play my Guitar, by Phantoms of the Opera (Missing in action).
Ghosting, by Secret Rivals (Secret Rivals on MySpace).

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  • Published: Feb 10th, 2012
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The Friday Rock Show, 10th February

I still watch the filenames (someone has to) so I know that it’s time for another “decades” show. Every ten shows I look back to find the artists that I really enjoyed, and bring them back for an encore. It’s the 220th Friday Rock Show, so it’s time to welcome back to the stage (plus one new name to the show)…

The Friday Rock Show, 10th February

Radicalizer, by Taletellers (www.taletellers.de).
American Soil, by Erza Furman (www.ezrafurman.com).
Alexx Calise (www.alexxcalise.net).
Tiny Light, by Grace Potter and the Nocturnals (www.gracepotter.com).
Blame, by Urban Snake (www.urbansnake.com).

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  • Published: Feb 3rd, 2012
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The Friday Rock Show, 3rd February

Coughs and sneezes out of the way, and on with the show. A great selection tonight, with bands from the archives that lived on Geocities, bands still kicking it after si years, ones to watch out for at SXSW, and one sneaky AOR from ESC.

The Friday Rock Show, 3rd February

Melody for Lover, by The Biters (www.wearethebiters.com). 
Sweet Sour, by Band of Skulls (www.bandofskulls.com). 
Hole, by Urban Snake (www.urbansnake.com).
Steve is the Enemy, by The Mad Notes (Missing in action) .
Petals on a Rose, by Gianni (More info at TVM).

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