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Little Steven Hits Hard Rock Cafe!
Way Out Radio recently hung out at London's Hard Rock Cafe for Stevie Van Zandt's live DJ set and radio broadcast of his “Underground Garage Dance Party”. The long-time member of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band and actor famous for the Soprano's series brought along his wife Maureen Van Zandt, who also plays his wife in the Sopranos.
A crowd of fans hoping to get their Van Zandt CDs and records signed gathered under the stage at the entrance of the Hard Rock. Van Zandt pulled up in a blacked out 4x4 and entered through a side door to huge applause before grabbing the mic and opening his radio show with The Beach Boys - 'Good Vibrations'.
The appearance comes off the back of the new album “Summer of Sorcery” from Little Steven & The Disciples of Soul, Little Steven's first album of new material in 20 years. The band recently kicked off their live tour in May.
The show lasted two hours and featured Van Zandt's usual mix of old school rock 'n' roll embellished by his own stories as a fan and a performer. He took a break to meet everyone in the audience and spent a lot of time having pictures with fans.
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If you'd like to see a Way Out Radio DJ set live then get in touch. We're very busy but always interested in taking bookings for clubs, festivals and parties. We travel internationally and have DJed all over the UK plus Croatia, Russia, Japan, Cambodia, Vietnam, New Zealand and Sri Lanka over the past year. Book DJ Paula Frost by following the link.
We specialise in two types of DJ set:
a. Reggae, ska and dub into jungle/ drum & bass
b. Punk, indie and rock 'n' roll.
Since Way Out Radio kicked off in 2014, we've interviewed over one hundred artists across many music genres and countries. See a selection of in depth interviews below.
The video above shows footage from the early days of Way Out Radio. It gives you a peek behind the scenes at what goes on in the studio and on the road.
The picture on the right is an original piece of artwork which is now available to buy as a poster in our store. Huge thanks goes to the award winning artists over at Combination 13 in Canada who created this rad piece for the show! Check them out here: www.combination13.com
REGGAE & DUB MIX #103
This week we blend dub and jungle from all over the world. Kick back and tune in.
WAY OUT RADIO #102
CRASS PENNY RIMBAUD ON WAY OUT RADIO
DJ Paula Frost speaks to Crass drummer and founding member Penny Rimbaud about music, life and politics.
Penny has been a member of the performance art groups EXIT and Ceres Confusion, and in 1972 was co-founder of the Stonehenge Free Festival, together with Phil Russell aka Wally Hope. In 1977, alongside Steve Ignorant, he co-founded the seminal anarchist punk band Crass, who disbanded in 1984. Up until 2000 he devoted himself almost entirely to writing, returning to the public platform in 2001 as a performance poet working alongside Australian saxophonist Louise Elliott and a wide variety of jazz musicians under the umbrella of Penny Rimbaud's Last Amendment.
ON KANE 103.7 FM EVERY THURSDAY 3-5PM
Straight off the back of the world tour playing shows across Europe, Asia and New Zealand, Way Out Radio returns to the UK in 2018 to shake up the scene.
A skilled & specialised show spinning an eclectic mix of music covering the very best rock and reggae.
Over the past year, Way Out Radio have embarked on a mammoth world tour broadcasting from 14 countries and meeting bands, fans and musicians along the way.
On a mission to get stuck into the music scenes of some of the most famous cities on earth, we travelled through Russia, South East Asia, Australia, America and Japan interviewing bands, DJing clubs and exploring underground music scenes.
From hanging out with Fu Manchu in Hollywood and D.O.A. in Thailand to visiting the set of Better Call Saul and meeting Morgan Freeman in a Blues Bar, we've got some stories. Listen back to each episode on:
WORLD TOUR: OSAKA, JAPAN
THE BOYS DUNCAN REID ON WAY OUT RADIO
THE SKATALITES ERIC MONTY MORRIS ON WAY OUT RADIO
This episode was recorded in Jamaica in Kingston and Port Antonio and features rude boy ska music. Click on the link below to listen.