Twirl Radio Playlist – Show #494 –3/26/2011: Radiothon to aid Japan–playlist and podcast!

Twirl Radiothon to aid Japan Part A (3/26/2011) (length: 26:52)

Twirl Radiothon to aid Japan Part B (3/26/2011) (length: 26:41)

Twirl Radiothon to aid Japan Part C (3/26/2011) (length: 26:47)

Twirl Radiothon to aid Japan Part D (3/26/2011) (length: 30:49)

Brandon Rothermund – Relief Promo
Four Out Of Seven (F.O.O.S.) – Message from Simo, In My Pocket
Maxi Dunn conversation
Maxi Dunn – Message from Maxi, So What
Duncan Faure – Message from Duncan, In The Right Place
Adam Waltemire (Pop Garden Radio) conversation
Blake Jones and Tim Magill – Message from Blake, Life Turns On A Dime
Joey Oskys – Message and song from Joey
Blacko Muiri (Johnsons Motorcar) conversation from Tokyo
Auditorium – Message from Spencer Berger, Saturday Soldier
The Taters – Message from the band, Pageboy, another message
The Big I Am – Message from Colin and Pete, live version of Better Days
Last Breath – Message from Last Breath, Drive All Night
Patrick Campbell-Lyons – Message from Patrick, All I Do Is For You
Andrew Wyld (Fake Teak) – IFRC relief promo
The Handcuffs – Message from Brad and Chloe, Dirty Glitter
Laurie Larson – Message from Laurie, Endless Thank You Loop
Wim Oudijk – Message and jingle from Wim, Love You. Period.
Dave Stephens – Message from Dave, You Don’t
Rose Reiter – The World Is Watching
Laurie Biagini – Message from Laurie, One Track Mind
Sal Valentino – Message from Sal, Looking For You
Throwback Suburbia – Message from Throwback Suburbia, Asking Why
DJ Gidget Bates (Woody Radio) conversation
Vegas With Randolph – Message from Vegas With Randolph, Above The Blue Reprise
Tippy Canoe and the Paddlemen – Message from Tippy, Nut Butter Baby
Tom Mair – Message from Tom, My Sunshine

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Radiothon to Aid Japan: Today, March 26, 2011!

Today’s the big day. Here’s the deal. Donate to one of the charities listed below who are helping the Japan relief effort. Then, email me your receipt to let me know how much you gave. If you donate at least $10, you’ll get a musical prize–our way of saying thanks!

We’ll have digital downloads of individual songs ($10 donation) and albums ($15 donation), and physical CD’s (from the great artists we play on Twirl all the time. There’s also 3 very special prizes: 2 autographed Bill Mumy CD’s “Glorious In Defeat” (yes, autographed by “Will Robinson” himself!) and an autographed copy of Patrick Campbell-Lyons book “Psychedelic Days”.
My email address: twirl4japan@gmail.com.

Here’s the charities to donate to:
American Red Cross: http://www.redcross.org/
IFRC (International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent): http://www.ifrc.org
Save the Children: http://www.savethechildren.org.uk/en/japan-earthquake-and-tsunami-appeal.htm
Heart Tokushima (Animal Rescue): http://www.heart-tokushima.com/ENGLISH/WELCOME.html

Please, donate what you can. The people of Japan could use our help!

After you’re done listening to Twirl, tune into my colleagues’ shows for more of the Radiothon:

Woody Radio http://www.woodyradio.com/ (out of Canada) 1pm – 1am Eastern
Pop Garden Radio http://www.popgardenradio.com/ (AM1300 WMEL, out of Cocoa, FL) 8pm – Midnight Eastern
The Time Machine http://www.manaoradio.com/ (out of Maui, HI) 8pm – 11pm Eastern
WPAZ, 1370 AM ( Pottstown, PA) http://www.wpazradio.com/

Radiothon to aid Japan: Saturday, March 26th

On March 26th Twirl Radio wil be part of a multi-station donation drive to benefit the victims of the earthquake, tsunami and aftermath in Japan. The show runs from 4-6pm Pacific online at http://www.twirlradio.com/ .

Other stations participating will be
Woody Radio http://www.woodyradio.com/ (out of Canada) 1pm – 1am Eastern
Pop Garden Radio http://www.popgardenradio.com/ (AM1300 WMEL, out of Cocoa, FL) 8pm – Midnight Eastern
The Time Machine http://www.manaoradio.com/ (out of Maui, HI) 8pm – 11pm Eastern
WPAZ, 1370 AM ( Pottstown, PA) http://www.wpazradio.com/.

On Twirl Radio we will be urging listeners to donate to a number of different charities. A full list of charities will be posted before the show airs, and you can donate either online or via telephone.

We’ll hear from several of the great musicians we regularly feature on the show. Many of these artists have recorded songs just for this radiothon, and will be giving away music–tracks and albums–to listeners who contribute.

You can email me during the show to let me know that you’ve donated, and I’ll read your name on the air. We’re one big family, and we have a chance to help those in need!

Twirl Radio Playlist – Show #493 –3/19/2011

Jane’s Addiction – Stop!
Skeauxsha – Crawfishin’
The Fabulous McFlys – Out On A Limb
Maxi Dunn – Always Be My Friend
Jeff Merchant – Sick Of It
Last Breath – It’s My Time
Skip Heller & Jim Cavender – I Hate You
Baby Scream – Powerpop Crush
Lindy LaFontaine (with KYRO) – I Might Not Love You
The Replacements – One Wink At A Time
Fortune Dwellers – Al’s Song
Jimmy Cliff – Struggling Man
Joey Oskys – C It 2000000
The Taters – Right B4 My Eyes
Lannie Flowers – Turn Up Your Radio
The Corner Laughers – Stonewords
Julian Cope – Beautiful Love
Maple Mars – Borrowed Sunshine
Sarah Taylor – Bad Medicine
Anton Barbeau – Psychedelic Mynde Of Moses
Tom Alford – Shiloh
Little Guilt Shrine – Exit Flagger
Laurie Biagini – A Far-Out Place
The Damnwells – Death Defier
Duncan Faure – Man Of A Thousand Dreams
Goodfinger – Sounds Of The City
Jimmy Catlett – Falling Up
Emily Zuzik – This Time Around
Sex 66 – Skinny Girl

Duncan Faure interview podcast now available!

Just a quick program note: the podcast of the interview with Duncan Faure on Twirl Radio is now available. Duncan and I chatted on Saturday, February 12, 2011. We had a great chat, and got to hear a few of his songs. You can listen to it here, or on the Twirlcasts page of http://www.twirlradio.com.

Duncan Faure Interview (3/12/2011) (length: 25:10)

Twirl Radio Playlist – Show #492 –3/12/2011: Duncan Faure Interview!

Luscious Jackson – Naked Eye
June And The Exit Wounds – How Much I Really Loved You
Maxi Dunn – Rescue Me
The Damnwells – No One Listens To The Band Anymore
Joe Swidenbank – Different For Girls
Lindy LaFontaine (with KYRO) – Alizee
Urge Overkill – The Break
Duncan Faure – Nightfall
Duncan Faure Interview – Not Enough Hours
Duncan Faure – Feels Like A Day
Duncan Faure – This Is Love This Is Real
The Big I Am – Right About Now
Nushu – Synthia
Lannie Flowers – Circles
Last Breath – The Story Ends
The Corner Laughers – For The Sake Of The Cat
Laurie Biagini – Happiness Looks Good On You
Lou Reed – New Sensations
Belly – Feed The Tree
The Statler Brothers – Flowers On The Wall (Live)
Sparklejet – Let’s Behind That Place
Jimmy Catlett – Everybody Sez
Little Guilt Shrine – What I’m Thinking
Terese Taylor – I’m Here
Vegas With Randolph – Summertime
Tom Alford – Wasp Lands On Sunflower

Welcome Duncan Faure fans!

Today on Twirl Radio, we’ll be chatting with legendary singer-songwriter-musician Duncan Faure. Originally a member of the South African band Rabbitt, along with Trevor Rabin, he was invited to join the pop band Bay City Rollers as lead singer and keyboardist.

The 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, and now the “teens” have seen a brilliant solo career for Duncan. His songs range from upbeat pop (my personal favorite), to tender ballads to progressive rock. The man can do it all. Finally, a two-disc CD entitled Anthology is available. This set contains 36 tracks from his solo years, including a brand new song called “Nightfall”–which shows that Duncan’s work is better than ever.

We’ll be chatting with Duncan Faure on Twirl Radio today, at about 4:30 p.m. Pacific. But join us for all the fun–4:00-6:00 p.m. Pacific, http://www.twirlradio.com!

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