Hey podlubbers, if you haven't already checked out The Big Enchilada podcast, I'd like to invite you all to do so. Listen to the latest episode on the above player.
I'm just a rock 'n' roll grandpappy, public radio DJ disguised as a mild-mannered reporter from Santa Fe, N.M. My mission every month is to provide you, the listener, with the finest hour of crazy garage rock, wild R&B, rollicking hillbilly madness and gutbucket blues you can find anywhere in cyberspace.
I've been digging these sounds since before some of you young whippersnappers were even born, so get off of my lawn and into my podcast.
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Merry Xmas, podlubbers!
Once again, I'm fighting the War on Christmas to the end with my brand new 2012 Big Enchilada Christmas Special. Lots of cool Yule sounds from The Dwarves, Joe "King" Carrasco, Holly Golightly, Candye Kane and more.
You'll find this musical lump of coal right here: http://garagepunk.ning.com/profiles/blogs/big-enchilada-55-2012-chr...
Dig, daddio, The Big Enchilada goes beatnik. Pull my daisy, bite my crank, there's beatniks in my garage! It's a garage-punk celebration of the Beat Generation and cultural icons like Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, Neil Cassidy and Maynard G. Krebs.
Don't go into the Fun House! Unless you wanna hear some cool rockin' psychedelic musical treats. There's songs by Question Mark & The Mysterians, The Troggs, Hipbone Slim, the Raunch Hands ... plus an entire set of African psychedlia.
You'll find it here: http://garagepunk.ning.com/profiles/blogs/big-enchilada-58-feloniou...
Allright you ham 'n' eggers, get yourself over to the new Big Enchilada hillbilly extravaganza, Transcendental Saloon.
Hear the sounds that made America great with Buck Owens, Wayne the Train Hancock, The Blasters, Jesse Dayton, The Dinosaur Truckers and more.