Blink 182, Nine Inch Nails, Oasis and The Cure in this set along with Soundgarden, The Stone Roses, Beck and Blind Melon, album anniversaries for Sponge, Sheryl Crow and 311, plus the Pumpkins cover Depeche Mode and “Ready To Go” from Republica.
Beck, Beastie Boys, Weezer and Incubus in this set along with Morrissey, The Strokes, Primus and Urge Overkill, plus music from bands playing Lolla 2021: Foo Fighters, Modest Mouse, Jimmy Eat World, All Time Low and Limp Bizkit!
Rock ‘N Roll Hall Of Fame nominees Foo Fighters, Devo, and Rage lead this set along with Social D and Radiohead, plus proper Valentine’s Day tunes from The Cure, The Flaming Lips, Joy Division and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
Beck, Blink 182, Bad Religion and Blondie in this set along with Radiohead, 311, Social D and Garbage, plus Siouxsie And The Banshees, Devo, Matthew Sweet and some quality cha-cha-chaing with Caviar’s “Tangerine Speedo”.
Soundgarden, Green Day, Incubus and Echo And The Bunnymen in this set along with Radiohead, Luscious Jackson, Beastie Boys, Belly and Bloc Party, plus Nine Inch Nails, Nada Surf and the “Nookie” from Limp Bizkit!
Green Day, Weezer, The Smiths and Nine Inch Nails in this set along with Soundgarden, Sneaker Pimps and Matthew Sweet, plus The Replacements, Rage, They Might Be Giants and “Super Bon Bon” from Soul Coughing.
A Valentine’s Day themed set of varying moods from New Order, The Cure, Pearl Jam and Portishead, a cool cover from Nirvana, Morrissey is his element of misery and a sweet duet from Iggy Pop and Kate Pierson of The B52s!
Green Day, Bad Religion, Pearl Jam and Live lead this set along with The Prodigy, New Order, Soul Coughing and “Scooby Snacks” from Fun Lovin’ Criminals. Plus, Baz Luhrmann curates a classic commencement speech that still hold up 20 years later.
A Valentine’s Day themed playlist for varying moods from U2, New Order, Pearl Jam and Portishead, a cool cover from Nirvana, Morrissey is his element of misery and a sweet duet from Iggy Pop and Kate Pierson of The B52s!
A Labor Day weekend 80s and 90s set complete with tunes from 2 albums released 24 years ago, a visit from one of Bono’s on-stage personas from the Zoo TV tour and the mezmerizing vocals of Polly Jean Harvey.