Wes’s Musical Meltdown Covering for Jenni’s Insane Asylum 10/25/2015

Our Sunday cover for the Insane Asylum was a lot of fun. Clocking in at nearly five hours, this show had a bit of everything. Metal, country, indie artists, classic rock, pop…Something for everyone. Plus, we had the XTFM debut of a new band, Wil Darcangelo and The Tribe, thanks to a new friend and listener, Lavender. We also discussed the request-a-thon we’re doing for Shelly Gage. And, as always, lots of your requests.

Remember, if you want to make requests for my shows, Do it here. I’ll be taking the XTFM airwaves Tuesday night at 10:00 PM Eastern, my normal time.

As always, if you like what you hear, or just need to do some online shopping anyway, Use my Amazon Link.

Playlist for 10/25/2015

  1. Sammy Hagar, There’s Only One Way To Rock
  2. Loverboy, Turn Me Loose
  3. Rush, 2112 Overture/The Temples of Syrinx
  4. Triumph, Lay it on the Line
  5. Cam, Burning House [Request]
  6. Jem, It’s Amazing [Request]
  7. Pink Floyd, Money [Request]
  8. Nicki Minaj, Anaconda [Request]
  9. Miley Cyrus, Do My Thang [Request]
  10. Phoenix, Lisztomania [Request]
  11. Bon Jovi, Living on a prayer [Request]
  12. Eagles, Hotel California [Request]
  13. Hinder, Bed of Roses [Request]
  14. Wil Darcangelo & the Tribe, Rough Stone Smooth
  15. Wil Darcangelo & the Tribe, Will I Ever
  16. Skylar Grey, Invisible [Request]
  17. Fiona Apple, Paper Bag [Request]
  18. My Chemical Romance, The Ghost Of You [Request]
  19. My Chemical Romance, Vampires Will Never Hurt You [Request]
  20. Disturbed, Liberate [Request]
  21. Pearl Jam, Alive [Request]
  22. 311, Beautiful Disaster [Request]
  23. Willy Tea Taylor, Molly Rose [Request]
  24. Billy Joel, Piano Man [Request]
  25. The Dresden Dolls, Coin-Operated Boy [Request]
  26. Reba McEntire, Until They Don’t Love You
  27. Randy Houser, Boots On
  28. Blue Country, Nothing’ But Cowboy Boots
  29. Jason Aldean, Gonna Know We Were Here
  30. Keith Whitley, Ten Feet Away
  31. Jason Michael Carroll, Livin’ Our Love Song
  32. Cannibal Corpse, Decency Defied [Request]
  33. Behemoth, Day Of Suffering [Morbid Angel Cover] [Request]
  34. Boston, Can’tcha Say
  35. Extreme, Get The Funk Out
  36. Godsmack, Something Different
  37. Bruce Springsteen, Hungry Heart
  38. Gram Parsons & The Flying Burrito Brothers, Sin City
  39. Fraternity Of Man, Don’t Bogart Me (Aka Don’t Bogart That Joint)
  40. Little Feat, Keepin’ Up With The Joneses
  41. Little Feat, Romance Without Finance
  42. Zac Brown Band Featuring Alan Jackson, As She’s Walking Away
  43. Dolly Parton, Coat Of Many Colours
  44. spin Doctors, Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong
  45. Parmalee, Carolina
  46. Renaissance, Love Goes On
  47. Ratt, Scene Of The Crime
  48. Savatage, Edge of Thorns
  49. axe, rock n roll party in the streets
  50. Uriah Heep, Stealin’
  51. Jefferson Starship, Find Your Way Back
  52. Vandenberg, Burning Heart
  53. Mickey Gilley, You’ve Really Got A Hold On Me
  54. Oak Ridge Boys, I Wish You Could Have Turned My Head
  55. Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Stand A Little Rain
  56. Steve Wariner, Some Fools Never Learn
  57. Southern Pacific, I Go To Pieces
  58. Lost Immigrants, Weather of You
  59. Reckless Kelly, Nobody’s Girl
  60. Micky & The Motorcars, Careless
  61. Randy Rogers Band, Steal You Away
  62. Stoney LaRue, Feet Don’t Touch The Ground
  63. Cross Canadian Ragweed, Sick & Tired
  64. Cross Canadian Ragweed, Alabama
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Wes’s Musical Meltdown Presents A Request-A-Thon For Shelly’s Vision: Give, Request, and Listen

Wes’s Musical Meltdown and the rest of the XTFM staff are proud to host and present The Request-A-Thon For Shelly Gage. Join us for the live broadcast on Saturday, December 12, starting at 12:00 PM Eastern, and running for as long as the requests take to play through. Read on to find out how this works, and how you can start getting involved now.

Some of you may be asking yourselves “Who is Shelly, and why is The Meltdown raising money for her?” Those questions will be answered in this article. However, if you’d like to hear a bit more about/from Shelly herself, Check out our October 13 Broadcast.

The short version is this. At the age of 13, Shelly went blind due to Diabetic Retinopathy. Thanks to the wonders of modern medical science, Shelly has an opportunity to have some sight restored through a safe, but non-FDA-approved, procedure involving Adipose stem cells taken from her own body and re-implanted into/around her eyes. Her reason for doing this is simple. She was on her way to a promising figure skating career when she went blind. She’d like to be able to return to the ice and safely maneuver, even if full sight is not restored.

A breakdown of all costs involved is listed on her donation site along with everything you may want to know about the ccause and the procedure. No monies will be handled by myself or other station staff.

How It Works And What We’re Doing

To donate to Shelly’s Stem Cell procedure, Click here and make your donation. Any amount helps. For every dollar you donate, you then get to make a request which will be aired on the request-a-thon on December 12, 2015. Myself, Shelly, and several of our XTFM airstaff will be on-hand for the broadcast event. I will host the entire show along with Shelly, and many of our other DJ’s have committed to joining us throughout the day.

Once you’ve completed your donation, send your requests to requests@wesderby.net. Along with your requests, you may either send your receipt to show you’ve donated, or I’ll confirm your donation with Shelly to make sure it has been processed before adding to the requests for the show. Pretty simple! So, if you donate $1, you get one request. If you donate $10, you get 10 requests.

Please have requests submitted to me by 11:59 PM US Eastern Time on Thursday, December 10, 2015. Of course, donations will be taken until Shelly raises enough money for the procedure and other necessary expenses associated with it. Depending on the success of this request-a-thon, there may very well be a second one.

To listen, Visit the XTFM website and pick your media player of choice. Or, if you have the TuneIn Radio app on your mobile device, simply go to the Search tab and search for X Transmission FM. Then, on the 12Th of December, tune in, and listen for your name and your requests. You get the joy of helping someone out, and hearing songs you’ve picked. There are no limitations as to genre , adult language, or other content. if I have it or can locate it, it will get played.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me via the form on the website, or leave them in the comments.

Links to More Information

Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 10/20/2015: Recap, Playlist, and Download

The October 20 edition of The Meltdown on XTFM saw the return of Holly as co-host as Megan was ill. We had more requests than we’ve had in a long time, and ran for just over four hours. Thanks to listeners new and veteran for all the help last night. We also had two Cover Comparisons…One picked by me, one picked by Faith from Canada.

As always, if you like what you hear and feel so inclined, Buy something from Amazon and Help Me Maintain the Page.

And now, the playlist!

  1. Theory Of A Deadman, Blow
  2. Damn Yankees, Come Again
  3. Chris Young, I’m Comin’ Over
  4. Kutless, What Faith Can Do
  5. Jimi Hendrix, Spanish Castle Magic [Request]
  6. Jimi Hendrix, Little Wing [Request]
  7. Buckcherry, Crazy Bitch [Request]
  8. Zac Brown Band, Beautiful Drug [Request]
  9. Atlantic Star, Secret Lovers [Request]
  10. Katy Perry, Peacock [Request]
  11. Eminem, Berzerk [Request]
  12. Luke Bryan, Drink A Beer [Request]
  13. Blake Shelton, Sangria [Request]
  14. Blake Shelton, Goodbye Time
  15. L.A. GUNS, It’s Over Now
  16. Johnny Cash, Ring of Fire
  17. Social Distortion, Ring Of Fire
  18. Hank Williams Jr., Family Tradition [Request]
  19. Alan Jackson, It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere – Jimmy Buffett [Request]
  20. Pink Floyd, Us And Them [Request]
  21. Linkin Park, Breaking The Habit [Request]
  22. Dan + Shay, Show You Off [Request]
  23. Cole Swindell, Ain’t Worth The Whiskey
  24. Casting Crowns, Dream For You [Request]
  25. Evanescence, Hello [Request]
  26. Taylor Swift, Wildest Dreams [Request]
  27. Cimorelli, Wildest Dreams [Request]
  28. Elton John, Crocodile rock [Request]
  29. Dierks Bentley, Drunk On A Plane [Request]
  30. Alias, Perfect World
  31. Alias, More Than Words Can Say
  32. Europe, Carrie
  33. Bruce Springsteen & The E-Street Band, Growin’ Up
  34. Bruce Springsteen, Atlantic City
  35. George Strait, The Chill of an Early Fall
  36. Exile, I Don’t Wanna Be A Memory
  37. Southern Pacific, A Girl Like Emmylou
  38. Cam, Burning House
  39. LoCash, I love this life
  40. Maddie And Tae, Girl In A Country Song
  41. Brad Paisley, Country Nation
  42. Steely Dan, Do It Again
  43. The Rolling Stones, Waiting On A Friend
  44. Willie Nelson & Merle Haggard, Reasons to Quit
  45. T G Sheppard, One For The Money
  46. Whiskeytown, Hard Luck Story
  47. Demun Jones, Country Fried
  48. Demun Jones, White Trashed & Redneck’ed
  49. Wheeler Walker Junior, F**k You Bitch
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Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 10/13/2015: Indepth Interview with Figure Skater and Musician Shelly Gage

Last night’s edition of Wes’s Musical Meltdown was a very special one. In addition to our normal mix of music and conversation, my guest co-host and interview subject was my friend, the bright, talented Shelly Gage. Shelly, like myself, is blind. However, unlike me, she has a chance at having her vision restored. I brought her on the show to talk about the cause of her blindness, what it’s taken from her, what it’s given to her, and why she wants to take this chance to have her sight restored.

Unfortunately, the process Shelly will be going through is costly, and not covered by insurance. In addition to telling her story, I wanted Shelly to have an opportunity to promote her fundraiser to raise the money necessary, as well as a chance to talk about and introduce us to some of her own music. Below, you will find informative links, as well as the links to donate and to reach out to Shelly. I can promise it won’t be the last time Shelly will appear on The Meltdown. Watch this space, as we hope to have a very special announcement of an event coordinated in partnership with myself and Shelly to help raise funds, awareness, and to entertain you, the listeners.

To give a little bit of background on Shelly, though this will all be discussed in detail on the podcast…Shelly went blind at the age of 13 due to diabetic retinopathy. At the time, she’d been a figure skater, and was constantly improving her skills and skating competitively. However, the loss of her sight changed all of that. Her hope is that the procedure she intends to undergo will bring back enough of her sight to allow her to ice skate safely and independently. Shelly is a lovely person, and deserves all the help she can get to achieve this goal.

You, my faithful listeners, know I always appreciate you tuning in, supporting the show, downloading, and sharing the links. Even if you can’t donate, I urge you to listen to this show if you missed it, and to share this post far and wide so we can hopefully help Shelly achieve her goals. Enjoy the show! As usual, if you like what you hear, Make an Amazon Purchase and help the page.

And yes, we of course had the Cover Comparison, requests, and all of that…Including the obligatory couple of technical hiccups and speaking flubs by yours truly. For me, this will go down as one of my most memorable shows. I hope you enjoy it as much as Shelly and I did.

Links From Last Night’s Broadcast

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Show Playlist

  1. Halestorm, Apocalyptic
  2. Black Star Riders, The Killer Instinct
  3. Revolution Saints, Way To The Sun (feat. Neal Schon)
  4. Theory Of A Deadman, Angel
  5. Ramones, I Remember You [Request]
  6. Ramones, 53rd & 3rd [Request]
  7. Rush, Limelight [Live]
  8. UFO, Lights Out [Live]
  9. Shelly Gage, A War Wherein, Op. 1 No. 4
  10. Sara Bareilles, Carolina
  11. Sara Bareilles, Uncharted
  12. Shelly Gage, For The One I Love, Op. 1, No. 1
  13. Joan Jett, Bad Reputation
  14. Avril Lavigne, Bad Reputation (Joan Jett cover, Studio) [Bonus Track]
  15. Third Eye Blind, Never Let You Go [Request]
  16. Third Eye Blind, Semi-Charmed Life [Request]
  17. Third Eye Blind, Jumper [Request]
  18. Weezer, Hash Pipe [Request]
  19. Megadeth, Sweating Bullets [Request]
  20. John Anderson, Straight Tequila Night [Request]
  21. One Direction, They Don’t Know About Us [Request]
  22. Linkin Park, Nobody’s Listening [Request]
  23. My Chemical Romance, Romance [Request]
  24. My Chemical Romance, Cubicles [Request]
  25. My Chemical Romance, Sleep [Request]
  26. Evanescence, Give Unto Me [Request]
  27. Third Day, Give / Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus / With or Without You / Your Love Oh Lord (medley) [Request]
  28. Sanctus Real, Change Me
  29. Sanctus Real, Forgiven
  30. Barlowgirl, Never Alone [Radio remix]
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Using The Musical Meltdown To Help Someone Live Their Dream: Please Join me and Help

Every week, I do Wes’s Musical Meltdown at 10:00 PM East on Tuesday nights on XTFM. I do it for the music, for the fun, and to entertain and interact with my friends and listeners.

This week is a little different. Yes, all the normal aspects of the Meltdown will be there. But, this week, I have a very special guest, working toward a very special goal. Join me as I bring my friend Shelly Gage on as a guest host and interview subject. Shelly, like me, is blind. She is also a musician and composer. You will hear some of her music on the show. However, unlike me, she has a chance at having her sight again. In order to achieve her dream of continuing as a figure skater, Shelly needs to have her vision restored if at all possible.

How is my radio show going to help? By talking with Shelly, letting her tell her story, and encouraging you, my listeners, friends, and family to donate to her very worthy cause. Shelly is a sweet, wonderful, positive person who, once you hear her on-air, you’ll absolutely love. Due to a procedure using stem cells, there is a good chance her vision can be restored. Now, for those who hear “stem cells” and automatically think abortion or fetal stem cell research, this is far different. Instead of embryonic stem cells, this procedure uses Adipose stem cells, taken from the recipient herself.

I encourage you to check out the following links, and to join Shelly and myself for the Musical Meltdown Tuesday night at 10:00 PM East on XTFM. If you have questions or comments, we welcome them during the show. Throughout the show, I’ll be letting you know how to get in touch with the program and ask Shelly any questions you may have.

To learn more about Shelly, see her story, and possibly give, Visit her Giving Page.

For an article that talks a bit more about the research behind this procedure, Click here.

We look forward to having you join the program. If you’d like, you can Submit Requests for the show before and during the program.

Wes’s Musical Meltdown For 10/06/2015: Show Recap, Playlist and Download Links

The first Musical Meltdown of October was a fun and interesting one. I gave Megan the night off, and we had David Dunphy, who is well-known throughout the internet radio community, as our co-host. David brought his wit, humor, and insights to the program and helped us have lively discussions on sports, Draft Kings-style 1-day Fantasy leagues, and of course…The big topic, at least in the blind community this past week, Jewel Shuping. For those who don’t know about her, do a Google search, and listen to our discussion. She went blind, either accidentally or on purpose, depending on which reports you believe, due to drain cleaner in the eyes. Ouch! Sounds unpleasant to me.

Of course, in addition to lively conversation, we played your requests and had our cover comparison. Also, I apologize in advance for the weird ending. The universe conspired to have Skype and all other sound just sort of tank mid-way through a Van Halen song, and once I got some things back up, we were in the midst of another song…So, we aborted the show slightly before we intended to end. Even so, it clocks in at just over the normal 3 hours.

Join us next week as I will have an incredible guest for everyone to enjoy.

If you enjoy what I do and wish to help the page and myself out, Why not make your Amazon Purchases through Me?

And now, the playlist.

  1. Sevendust, Thank You
  2. Seether, Careless Whisper [Request]
  3. Pro-Pain, No Fly Zone
  4. ACDC, It’s A Long Way To The Top
  5. Black Crows, Hard To Handle
  6. Bon Jovi, We Got It Going On
  7. Muse, Stockholm Syndrome [Request]
  8. Muse, Uprising (Edit) [Request]
  9. Clutch, Crucial Velocity [Request]
  10. Foo Fighters, My Hero [Request]
  11. Green Day, Jesus Of Suburbia [Request]
  12. Sublime, Badfish [Request]
  13. Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, Mary Jane’s Last Dance [Request]
  14. Radiohead, Karma Police [Request]
  15. Sam Hunt, House party
  16. Home Free, House Party
  17. Beatles, All You Need Is Love [Request]
  18. Evanescence, Lose Control [Request]
  19. Evanescence, Bring Me to Life [Request]
  20. Alice In Chains, Nutshell [Request]
  21. Alice In Chains, Sea Of Sorrow [Request]
  22. ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic, Foil [Request]
  23. The Pretty Reckless, Make Me Wanna Die [Request]
  24. Skylar Grey, Invisible [Request]
  25. Chicago, Saturday In The Park
  26. UFO, Try Me
  27. Thin Lizzy, Cold Sweat
  28. Glenn Frey, Party Town
  29. Don Henley, All She Wants To Do Is Dance
  30. David Lee Roth, California Girls
  31. Van Halen, Feel Your Love Tonight
  32. John Mellencamp, Cherry Bomb
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Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 09/29/2015

The final Meltdown of September was an extended edition, clocking in at just over 4 hours. We were joined by Megan, Bob, and Gina. Topics discussed included mental health issues, medical marijuana, and food. Also, the audience got to meet mine and Megan’s new puppy, Jethro. He makes an appearance at the end of the show. No, he’s not being hurt or anything…He just didn’t like having to go into his crate while a mess he made got cleaned up.

On the musical side of things, requests were plentiful. Thanks to all the listeners who chipped in, adding to the variety. We had the cover Comparison, pitting Led Zeppelin up against folk metal act Heidevolk. We also had new music from Thomas Rhett, Chris Cornell, Turnpike Troubadours, W.A.S.P., and more!

As always, if you like what you hear, Feel free to buy from Amazon.

And now, the playlist!

  1. Company of Wolves, Call of the Wild
  2. Whitesnake, Slow an’ Easy (UK mix)
  3. Shark Island, Bad For Each Other
  4. Fraternity of Man, Don’t Bogart Me (A/K/A Don’t Bogart That Joint)
  5. Savage Garden, I Knew I Loved You (Request)
  6. Guns n Roses and Queen, We Will Rock You (live) (Request)
  7. Atlantic Starr, Secret Lovers (request)
  8. ACDC, T.N.T. (Request)
  9. The Beatles, Why Don’t We Do It in the Road? (Request)
  10. Mumford & Sons, Little Lion Man (Request)
  11. Switchfoot, Your Love Is A Song (Request)
  12. Needtobreathe, Lay ‘Em Down (Request)
  13. Verve Pipe, Freshmen (Request)
  14. Led Zeppelin, Immigrant Song
  15. Heidevolk, Immigrant Song
  16. Five Finger Death Punch, Digging My Own Grave
  17. Plumb, In My Arms
  18. Plumb, Need You Now (How Many Times) (Request)
  19. David Crowder Band, Soon I Will Be Done With the Troubles of the World (Request)
  20. Casting Crowns, Broken Together (Request)
  21. Robert Plant & Alison Krauss, Polly Come Home (Request)
  22. Fiona Apple, Tymps (The Sick In the Head Song) (Request)
  23. Fiona Apple, Paper Bag (Request)
  24. Lady Gaga, Dance In The Dark (Request)
  25. Radiohead, Creep (Request)
  26. Pink, Don’t Let Me Get Me [Live] (Request)
  27. Quiet Riot, Cum On Feel The Noise (Request)
  28. Big Daddy Weave, Redeemed (Request)
  29. Bee Gees, The, Words (stereo) (Request)
  30. Oasis, Don’t Look Back In Anger (Request)
  31. Fleetwood Mac, Don’t Stop (Request)
  32. Skillet, Imperfection (Request)
  33. Picture Me Broken, Devil On My Shoulder (Request)
  34. Picture Me Broken, Skin & Bones (Request)
  35. Three Days Grace, Pain (Request)
  36. Halestorm, Mz. Hyde (Request)
  37. Carly Rae Jepsen, Call Me Maybe (Request)
  38. Thomas Rhett, Like It’s The Last Time
  39. Keith Urban, John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16
  40. Turnpike Troubadours, Down Here
  41. Wheeler Walker Junior, F**k You Bitch
  42. Chris Cornell, Higher Truth
  43. Trivium, Blind Leading the Blind
  44. W.A.S.P., Fallen Under
  45. W.A.S.P., Golgotha
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Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 09/22/2015: Show Recap, Playlist and Download

Tuesday, September 22 was another fun-filled edition of the Meltdown. Megan co-hosted for the entire show, and our own Bob In the Black Boots joined us for the last couple of hours. We had a great discussion on the new iOS 9 as well as Ouija Boards. Cover Comparison put Hinder up against Jack Ingram. We also gave you four tracks from the new Shinedown release, Threat to Survival, which is an excellent release.

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Of course, if you wish to Help support the page With an Amazon Purchase, I greatly appreciate it.

Now, here’s the playlist.

  1. Gregg Allman Band, I’m No Angel
  2. .38 Special, If I’d Been the One
  3. W.A.S.P., Forever Free
  4. Judas Priest, Turbo Lover
  5. Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Bad Reputation
  6. Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Do You Wanna Touch Me (Oh Yeah)
  7. Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, I Hate Myself For Loving You
  8. Lady Antebellum, Need You Now
  9. Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band, Main Street
  10. Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band, Hollywood Nights
  11. The Pretty Reckless, Going to Hell
  12. Disturbed, The Sound Of Silence
  13. Shinedown, Asking For It
  14. Shinedown, How Did You Love
  15. Shinedown, Dangerous
  16. Shinedown, Thick As Thieves
  17. Hinder, Lips of an Angel
  18. Jack Ingram, Lips Of An Angel
  19. Metal Allegiance, Dying Song (Feat. Philip H. Anselmo)
  20. Metal Allegiance, Wait Until Tomorrow (Feat. Dug Pinnick & Jamey Jasta)
  21. Anna Nalick, Breathe (2 AM)
  22. Anna Nalick, Consider This
  23. The J. Geils Band, Musta Got Lost
  24. The J. Geils Band, Piss On The Wall
  25. Carrie Underwood, Smoke Break
  26. Luke Bryan, Just Over
  27. Kacey Musgraves, Biscuits
  28. Cole Swindell, Let Me See Ya Girl
  29. Kip Moore, I’m To Blame
  30. Tyler Farr, Withdrawals
  31. Chris Young, I’m Comin’ Over
  32. Thomas Rhett, Crash And Burn
  33. MercyMe, All Fall Down
  34. Kutless, In the City
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Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 09/15/2015: Show Recap, Playlist, and Download

The September 15 edition of the Meltdown was action-packed. I warn you right off the bat, if you’re offended by bad language and possible off-color lyrics and humor, this may not be the one for you.

Myself and Megan, this week’s co-host, played a wide variety of music, had a great discussion on whether or not spanking is still a viable form of discipline for children, and much more. During the spanking discussion, Megan opens up on why she feels she would have turned out different, in a good way, had she been properly disciplined as a child, so it’s more than just an analytical discussion. We both use personal experience to explain why we hold the views we do.

Cover Comparison was a 3-way involving the song “The Sound of Silence”. Find out who won! We also exposed the audience to a few new bands, as well as new material from familiar favorites.dIn addition, due to his being in the news recently, we played a 4-pack of outlaw country legend David Allan Coe.

Thanks to several new listeners, and all of the people who interacted in the chat room and on Twitter. You’re the reason I keep doing this.

To catch shows live, join us on XTFM every Tuesday at 10:00 PM East!

As always, if you like what you hear, or are just in the mood to shop, Shop Amazon and Help Me Out.

Now, the Playlist!

  1. Limp Bizkit, Break Stuff
  2. Triumph, Lay It On The Line
  3. Riot, Showdown
  4. Riot, Swords And Tequila
  5. Skylar Grey, Invisible
  6. Skylar Grey, Shit, Man! (Feat. Angel Haze)
  7. Holly Brook, Giving It Up For You
  8. Fiona Apple, Paper Bag
  9. Anna Nalick, Breathe (2 AM)
  10. Jethro Tull, Thick As A Brick
  11. Jethro Tull, Aqualung
  12. Billy Ray Cyrus, I Will
  13. Holly Dunn, A Face In The Crowd [With Michael Martin Murphy]
  14. Badfinger, Better Days
  15. Simon & Garfunkel, The Sound of Silence
  16. Shaw Blades, The Sound of Silence
  17. Disturbed, The Sound Of Silence
  18. Disturbed, Who Taught You How To Hate
  19. Hollywood Vampires, Whole Lotta Love
  20. Hollywood Vampires, Cold Turkey
  21. Devil City Angels, Ride With Me
  22. Iron Maiden, The Book of Souls
  23. Motörhead, Victory Or Die
  24. Sabbath Assembly, The Fiery Angel of Desire
  25. Last 9 Days, About To Break
  26. Hunter Hayes, 21
  27. Miranda Lambert, Smokin’ And Drinkin’ [feat. Little Big Town]
  28. Sam Hunt, House party
  29. Billy Currington, Drinkin’ Town With A Football Problem
  30. Ray Scott, Ain’t Always Thirsty
  31. Thomas Rhett, Crash And Burn
  32. Love And Theft, Whiskey On My Breath
  33. Eli Young Band, Enough Is Enough
  34. David Allan Coe, You Never Even Called Me by My Name
  35. David Allan Coe, If That Ain’t Country
  36. David Allan Coe, The Ride
  37. David Allan Coe, She Used To Love Me A Lot
  38. Stephen Lynch, Special
  39. Cross Canadian Ragweed, Alabama
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80’s Flashback for 09/13/2015: Wes Fills In For ZMan

If you missed today’s The 80’s Flashback, you missed a good one. They’re all good, but this week, ZMan was out, and I took over and brought my own 80’s mix to the party. It’s a bit country, a bit pop, a bit metal, a bit Christian Rock. So…A little of everything.

Join us every Sunday morning at 10:00 East as the Z Man hosts The 80’s Flashback on XTFM. He takes you on a 3-hour tour of the best and coolest music of the 80’s. I was happy to fill in, and would do it again in a heartbeat.

As always, if you like what you hear, Support the page with an Amazon Purchase. Anything you can do is appreciated.

And now, the playlist for today.

  1. Journey, Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)
  2. Styx, Too Much Time on My Hands
  3. Yes, Owner Of A Lonely Heart
  4. Bob Seger, Shame on the Moon
  5. Pink Floyd, Learning To Fly
  6. Pink Floyd, On The Turning Away
  7. Wham, Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go
  8. The Cure, Pictures of You
  9. Violent Femmes, Kiss Off
  10. Cutting Crew, (I Just) Died in Your Arms
  11. Gary Moore, Don’t Take Me For A Loser
  12. Dokken, Breaking The Chains
  13. White Lion, Wait
  14. Skid Row, I Remember You
  15. Y & T, Summertime Girls
  16. Krokus, Screaming in the Night
  17. DEF LEPPARD, TOO LATE FOR LOVE
  18. Kenny Rogers, Coward Of The County
  19. Johnny Lee, Lookin’ For Love
  20. Conway Twitty, I’d Just Love To Lay You Down
  21. Willie Nelson, Midnight Rider
  22. Mac Davis, Texas In My Rear View Mirror
  23. Mickey Gilley, A Headache Tomorrow (Or A Heartache Tonight)
  24. Holly Dunn, Daddy’s Hands
  25. Earl Thomas Conley, Your Love’s On The Line
  26. Waylon Jennings, America
  27. .38 Special, If I’d Been the One
  28. Gregg Allman Band, I’m No Angel
  29. Toto, I’ll Be Over You
  30. Foreigner, I Want To Know What Love Is
  31. Outfield, Your Love
  32. Anthrax, I Am the Law
  33. Slayer, Angel Of Death
  34. Megadeth, Peace Sells
  35. Metallica, One
  36. Petra, This Means War!
  37. Resurrection Band, Altar of Pain
  38. Whitecross, Living In A Lost World
  39. Stryper, Calling on you
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