Boss Knob

Boss Knob is the fruit of a long musical relationship between drummer Richard Fultineer, guitarist David Markowitz, bassist Austin Nicholsen, and organist Danny Moynahan-four groovy individuals who have been making music together for over 30 years. They first started playing together in the mega-ensembles CoCu, Osrama, and Ill Brazil. Then they started forming their own projects-first House Brew, then the Guy Fluffner Memorial and another band that shall remain nameless for security purposes, then the Love Uninhibited Orchestra and Fuzznik. More recently, two years ago they embarked on a journey to find the velvety epicenter of vintage lounge cinema music. They believe they are getting very close.

Boss Knob on Radio Venice

Radio Venice S13.E03 – January 26, 2020

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Fabiano do Nascimento

Born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Fabiano do Nascimento studied classical piano and music theory as a young boy. From the time he played his first notes on the guitar at age ten, he devoted himself to that instrument. Fabiano was born into a musical family, a lineage that goes back to his great-grand-father “Ladario Teixeira”. Who was a Blind virtuoso saxophone player, who contributed to the evolution of the instrument itself, adding more keys to the older “Aldolph Sax” version.

Fabiano do Nascimento on Radio Venice

Radio Venice S13.E01 – January 12, 2020

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Cowboy Diplomacy

“Millennial southern gents who do modern cowboy rock right.” – ATX On Record

Meet the Austin-based band who is using their music to redefine what it means to be a cowboy. With a sound that lies somewhere in-between Rock n’ Roll and Southern Soul, Cowboy Diplomacy has captivated its audience with their unconventional style and raw lyrics. While frontman Ian Cochran’s unique growl-like vocals tend to draw the crowd in, it’s the energy and music that the band creates as a whole that keeps them around. Evident within their robust sound are traces of notable bands such as Rival Sons, Kaleo, Kings of Leon, and AC/DC—some of whom the band members also draw influence from.

Cowboy Diplomacy on Radio Venice

Radio Venice S13.E01 – January 12, 2020

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Lynda Kay

Gretsch singer-songwriter Lynda Kay was born and raised in Dallas, Texas and since 1997 has been based in Venice Beach, California, starting her music career busking on the Boardwalk. She is known for her classic songwriting and diverse contralto voice and has been compared to such great talents as Patsy Cline, Karen Carpenter, Roy Orbison, and Dusty Springfield. Lynda Kay’s new double album Black & Gold features 20 original and cover songs crossing such genres as early 60’s mid-century jazz and classic Bacharach pop to 70’s roots-rock and Memphis-soul and was produced by her husband Jonny Coffin (founder of Coffin Case). The first single of Black & Gold is a never before released song with the late great Lemmy Kilmister of Motörhead. The duet titled “The Mask” is far from Kilmister’s well-regarded metal fare, and this poignant Willie Nelson-style ballad, paired with Lynda Kay’s harmonious, yearning voice, reveals a glimpse of his melancholy side, reminiscent of Rick Rubin American Recordings with Johnny Cash.

Lynda Kay on Radio Venice

Radio Venice S13.E01 – January 12, 2020

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The Aliens That Ate Hollywood

The Aliens were formed at the request of David Catching (guitar player for Queens of the Stone Age/Eagles of Death Metal) to open up for his band Earthlings? at The Opium Den in Hollywood in November of 1998.

Josh Homme (Queens of the Stone Age, Eagles of Death Metal, Them Crooked Vultures) was in the audience of that first gig and requested The Aliens adjourn with him out to The Rancho De La Luna recording studio in Joshua Tree, California to take part in a series of recordings he had been doing called The Desert Sessions. The Aliens were featured in Desert Sessions Volume 6.

This illustrious beginning started a career of playing such unorthodox venues as a whore house, funeral, several rumbles (that is, appearances that turned into rumbles), many desert generator parties, and a summer residency at a transvestite/butch dyke bar.

The Aliens That Ate Hollywood are currently touring the Universe and were last seen playing at a hole in the wall on the outskirts of Uranus.

The Aliens were delighted when asked to make an appearance (abduction) at Radio Venice TV.

The Aliens on Radio Venice

Radio Venice S11.E03 – May 19, 2019
Radio Venice Season 9 Premiere – September 9, 2018
Radio Venice S08.E02 – April 1, 2018
Radio Venice #26 – April 3, 2016

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