“Sock ’em Who-Bots Shirt” is the first episode of Radio Free Charleston for 2013. Host segments for this episode were recorded at The Dale Morton Studio in Hurricane, WV. Our musical guests are Frenchy and The Punk, Flare Baroshi, and Johnny C and The Scurvy Dogs. This episode also includes a short film by K.D. Lett and an exclusive trailer for the MTV series “BuckWild,” with footage you won’t see anywhere else.
Big thanks go out to Dale Morton, who allowed us into his mascot and costume studio so that we could have loads of really cool looking stuff in the background. Plus, as a bonus, we got to shoot indoors during the winter. Dale does amazing work and has an international list of clients ranging from schools to big name corporations to well-traveled members of the cosplay community. It was a real treat to record our host segments in such a cool place.
We open the show with a short look at the MTV series “BuckWild” that you won’t see anywhere else. Seriously, this is, like, truly and emphatically exclusive, and we’re the only ones who have it and MTV doesn’t mind at all that we’re showing it and it’s 150% genuine, really.
Frenchy and The Punk make a triumphant return to Radio Free Charleston with their performance of “The Confession of Jack Bonnie and Sally Clyde,”
a track from their latest album which we recorded late last year at The Empty Glass.
You can visit Frenchy and The Punk’s website for up to date information tour dates and how you can order their CD’s & DVD’s. Special thanks to Greg McGowan for the house mix at The Empty Glass the night we recorded this tune.
K.D. Lett, an extremely talented photographer and filmmaker based in Charleston, created a wonderful short film out of multiple exposures of The Charleston Ballet, taken during a performance of “The Nutcracker.” We’re very happy to present his short film, “Snow.”
Also making a triumphant return to Radio Free Charleston is Flare Baroshi, who made her mark on the show on our Halloween 2009 edition with the music video for “Vampire Mafia,” which she co-directed with RFC’s Rudy Panucci. We welcome her back with the music video for her song “Phoenix,” co-directed by Elizabeth McCormick and Joscelyn Atkinson.
Wrapping up the show this week, we have Johnny C and The Scurvy Dogswith their tender and heartfelt cover of The Go-Go’s “We Got The Beat.” Johnny C and The Scurvy Dogs have several upcoming l
ive dates in the Charleston area, so check the PopCult blog for more information. Thanks to Thomas Crouse for the house mix at The Blue Parrot.
Our show’s title shirt this time, “Sock’em Who-Bots,” is a design by artist Jeffro Kilpatrick, and comes to us via TeeFury.com. That’s the dirt on this week’s episode of “Radio Free Charleston.” Stay tuned to PopCult and our Facebook page for details on our upcoming shows.