The Laundromat on 13th December 2017 2mce-fm 92.3/94.7khz
8:00 – 10:00 (-ish) (NSW Daylight Saving)
Brother Arnold's Red and White Striped Tent – Man – 2 Ounces Of Plastic With A Hole In The Middle
Up On The Roof – Laura Nyro – Christmas & Beads Of Sweat
Jeff Beck & Jan Hammer Group – Cape Cod Massachusetts 27th August 1976
Country Eastern Music
Darkness – Earth In Search Of A Sun
Earth – Still Our Only Home
Full Moon Boogie
You Know What I Mean
Train Kept a'Rollin'
Interview With An Actor – Wayne & Shuster
Move On – Santana – Dance Of The Rainbow Serpent: Soul
Cast Your Fate - Nektar – Sounds Like This
Brother John – Joe Satriani – Not Of This Earth
William Shatner – 6 Ways To The Moon, War Of The Worlds
Green Patch – Flying Circus – Gypsy Road
Drums – Laurie Anderson – You're The Guy I Want To Share My Money With
Postcard – Bonzo Dog Doodah Band – Doughnuts In Granny's Greenhouse
Baby, I Don't Want You No More - Chuck Hamilton Combo
I Ow Everybody - Gene Philips
I Got Hi - Frankie Ervin
Straight To Watts - Jimmy O'Brien
Bridge Over Troubled Waters – The Coolies – Take That You Bastards, Dig?
Run With Willy – Chain – Top Of The Cross
Sheba – Mike Oldfield – QE2
Midnight Moodies – Joe Walsh – The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get
Thoughts Have Turned – Flo & Eddie – Phlorescent Leech & Eddie
Gonna Rock Tonight – The Flaming Groovies – Flamingo
13th December - On This Day In Music
Born On This Day
1940 – Tony Gomez – keyboard player for The Foundations
1942 – Andy Summers of Police
1944 – Ron Caines from East of Eden
1945 – Robert Martinez – drummer for ? & The Mysterians
1948 – Jeff "Skunk" Baxter – guitarist with Steely Dan and The Doobie Brothers
1948 – Andy Peebles – UK DJ
1949 – Ted Nugent – guitarist and singer with The Lordes, Damn Yankees, co-founder of The Amboy Dukes, and solo artist
1949 – Tom Verlaine – guitarist and vocalist for Television
1949 – Randy Owen from Alabama
1950 – Davy O'List – guitarist with The Nice and Roxy Music
1951 – Tom Hamilton – bassist for Aerosmith
1952 – Berton Averre – guitarist and vocalist for The Knack
1975 – Tom Delonge – guitarist and vocalist with Blink 182
1981 – Amy Lynn Lee – vocalist with Evanescence
Happened on this Day
1923 – Earliest "Sound-on-film" picture screened
1961 – The Beatles singed a management deal with Brian Epstein, a local record-shop owner
1962 – Elvis Presley held no. 1 on the UK charts with "Return to Sender"
1966 – Jimi Hendrix made his TV debut on "Ready, Steady, Go!". Marc Bolan also appeared on the show
1969 – Shocking Blue released "Venus"
1970 – Dave Edmunds had no. 1 on the UK charts with his cover of "I Hear You Knockin'"
1972 – A gold record for The London Symphony Orchestra for "Tommy"
1974 – George Harrison became the first rock artist to receive an official greeting by a US president, when he lunched with President Ford
1974 – Bachman-Turner Overdrive received gold for "You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet"
1975 – David Bowie released "Golden Years" and Foghat released "Slow Ride"
1976 – Robin Trower's "Long Misty Days" LP went gold
1976 – Paul McCartney and Wings' live album "Wings Over America" went gold three days after its release
1979 – Simple Minds played the first of two nights at The Marquee Club in London. Tickets cost £1.25
1981 – Comedian Pigmeat Markham, the maker of "Here Come De Judge", died on this day
1985 – Sigue Sigue Sputnik played a concert at EMI's Abbey Road Studios
1985 – Phil Collins played a drug-dealer in an episode of "Miami Vice"
1986 – Bruce Hornsby & The Range went to no. 1 on the US singles charts with "The Way It Is"
1986 – Jackie Wilson's "Reet Petite" topped the UK singles charts, two years after he died, eleven years after he fell into a coma, and 28 years after the single was first released
1988 – Bruce Springsteen's divorce from Julianne Phillips became final
1993 – Guns & Roses guitarist, Slash, joined Billy Joel onstage in LA to play a solo on Joel's tune "Shameless"
1994 – The Beatiful South started a five-date UK tour in Brixton Academy
1996 – "Jerry Maguire" opened, starring Eagle Glenn Frey
1997 – Teletubbies went to no. 1 on the UK singles charts with "Teletubbies Say Eh-Oh"
1999 – the results of a Smash Hits reader's poll included Back Street Boys for Best Band, Best Album and Best Single, Britney Spears for Best Female Singer, Robbie Williams for Best Male Singer, S Club 7 for Best New Band, and The Spice Girls for Worst Group
2000 – It was announced that after 74 years the UK rock weekly Melody Maker was to close down and then merge with NME
2000 – Sir Paul McCartney held his first book-signing at Waterstone's in Piccadilly for his book "Paul McCartney Paintings"
2001 – Charles Michael Schuldiner, singer, songwriter, guitarist, referred to as "The Godfather of Death Metal", died of cancer
2002 – David Sneddon, an unemployed busker and former children's TV presenter, won a £1 million record deal after winning the BBC TV Fame Academy final
2002 – Zal Yanovsky of The Lovin'Spoonful died of a heart attack
2003 – Lauryn Hill launched an attack on the Roman Catholic Church urging religious figures to "repent", while speaking on a stage frequented by the Pope
2006 – Homesick James, birth name variously reported as John William Henderson, James Williams or James Williamson, blues slide-guitarist, cousin of Elmore James, died on this day
2010 – Stuart John "Woolly" Wolstenholme, vocalist and keyboard player for Barclay James Harvest, died on this day