Episode 186

January 06, 2022

01:20:01

TMP186 KYLE MELANCON BANGS HIS DRUM

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Show Notes

The powerhouse drummer and vocalist with the Emmy Award-winnng Imagination Movers spent 20 years propelling Dash Rip Rock’s punkabilly onslaught from coast to coast. From “Let’s Go Smoke Some Pot” to “I Want My Mommy,” he plays it all with intensity and finesse. As the School of Rock music director, he passes on his unbridled love of rocking out to the next generation. Since Kyle’s used to dealing with children, he should have no problem handling the Troubled Men.

Topics include an old nickname, Hillel Slovak, Christmastime for the Jews, stuck inside of Mobile, Dusti Bongé, Quintron, Miss Pussycat, TV marathons, an Advent pill calendar, Chuck Prophet votes for the Hound, shooting galleries, champing at the bit, a French name, the Brother Martin band, Marty Hurley, Arthur Hardy, Stanton Moore, Keith Spera, Sgt. Pepper, Keith Moon, a Passover gig, meeting Bill Davis, Chris Luckette, touring, Kelly Keller, a TV show, Jazz Fest, Voodoo Fest, a bra, a diaper, Studio in the Country, Ben Mumphrey, Jay Wesley, “Get Back,” Big in the ‘90s, Daphne Moon, Zoom, Settly, Dream Syndicate, Mark Walton, Ruffles on New Year’s Day, and much more.

Intro music: Styler/Coman

Break music: “Happy To Be Here” by the Imagination Movers

Outro music: “Stella Don’t” by Daphne Moon

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