Radio shows featuring artists from Jersey, introducing new music and standing up for the ’80s

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originally published: 12/22/2021

(BELMAR, NJ) – In addition to posting articles and news on the arts in the Garden State, New Jersey Internship also organizes ThePenguinRocks.com – a music-focused online site that includes content from around the world and several recorded radio shows. Longtime DJ of The Stone Pony Lee Mrowicki brings you “Radio Jersey” and “Beyond the Palace” – two shows with a New Jersey premise. Danny Coleman, who writes the weekly “Rock On” column for New Jersey Stage, also has his Rock on Radio show here every week. Mike Marrone, Sean Carolan and Matt Barker have shows largely based on presenting new music. And Gary Wien, the editor of New Jersey Stage, has three different shows – one on Jersey music, one on new music, and one on the ’80s.

Wien, who published Asbury’s first book on the history of music (Beyond the Palace) in 2003 and gave his choices for the Top 100 New Jersey Artist Albums 2001-2010, offers a unique take on New Jersey music with “Classic Jersey”. It’s a show that mixes tunes from some of New Jersey’s biggest stars with newbies or long forgotten ones.

“This is a special marathon edition of Classic Jersey,” explained Gary Wien. “This is a look at then and now” on about 40 artists with one track from the start of their careers and one released within the last 5-6 years. In many cases, there is a recent version from this year or last year. The artists on this playlist are largely those I interviewed from my Beyond the Palace book at Upstage Magazine and New Jersey Stage. I have no idea why I do things like this, but it was great looking through the archives to find the show. “

Artists in classic swimsuits: episode 12 include Mister Reality, Williams Honor, Bruce Springsteen, James Deely & the Valiants, Anthony D’Amato, Red House, Bruce Tunkel, Mimi Cross, Val Emmich, Bob Burger, The Weeklings, Glen Burtnik, Christine Martucci, Whirling Dervishes, Dramarama, Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes, Dipsomaniacs, Successful failures, Rick Barry, Linda Chorney, Jon Caspi, Jon Caspi & the First Gun, The Gaslight Anthem, Brian Fallon, The Commons, Keith Monacchio, George Wirth, Arlan Feiles, Well of Souls , Tom Kanach, Matt O’Ree, Bon Jovi, Michael Brett, The Milwaukees, Souls’ Release, The Wag, Don Lee, Michael Patrick & the Suburban Hillbillies, Michael Patrick, Lisa Bouchelle, Lisa Bouchelle & the Bleu, James Dalton, Brian Fitzpatrick, Brian Fitzpatrick and the Band of Brothers, Tommy Strazza, Anthony Walker, Joe D’Urso and Stone Caravan, Little Steven & the Disciples of Soul, Nicole Atkins, Mike June & the Dirty Doves, Mike June and Red Wanting Blue.

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The Complete Classic Jersey Show is available in a 5 hour program. It is also available in two parts, each lasting approximately 2.5 hours. The first part is available here and the second part is available here.

His new music show is called “Lighty’s Corner” and it largely features songs released in recent months with a few cuts over the years dotted in between. There are a lot of artists from the New Jersey / New York area, but also songs from all over the world – often independent artists that you won’t hear anywhere else.

Episode 12 contains pieces of The Two Man Traveling Medicine Show, Successful Chess, Mimi Cross, Willie Nile, Val Emmich, Jack Skuller, The Leylines, James Deely, The Alarm, Don Lee, Fantastic Cat, Cranston Dean, David & David, Mick Smith, Snez, John Cafferty & The Beaver Brown Band, Bruce Tunkel, Go-Go’s, TOIGO, Tiny Fighter, Joe Pesci, The Orphan’s Project, Bombardier Jones, Skating Polly – Hollywood Factory, Sonofdov, Stay For Tomorrow, Jonas Carping, Lisa Bouchelle & The Bleu , and Bruce Springsteen.

“My last show is called Bring Me The Head of Max Headroom and features rock music from the 1980s,” Wien explained. “The 80s still got a bad rap from a lot of music fans, but there was a lot of great music being made back then. I think someone has to stand up for 80s rock and that just might be. me. If you were someone who grew up with MTV and the dawn of college rock / alternative rock you will probably enjoy the show. I try to include hits, duds, classic nuggets and obscure tracks in every episode. “

Bring Me The Head Of Max Headroom: Episode 12 Contains Pieces Of Scandal, The Jesus and Mary Chain, The Cult, The Replacements, The Gregg Allman Band, Echo & the Bunnymen, The Clash, Crowded House, The Connells, The Hooters, The Waterboys, Violent Femmes, Kate Bush, U2, REM, XTC , The Call, Firetown, The Smiths, Tonio K., The Romantics, Joe Jackson, The Psychedelic Furs, Flesh for Lulu, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, The Alarm, INXS, Jules Shear, Traveling Wilburys, The Police and Peter Gabriel.

If you are an artist interested in submitting music for possible broadcast, please send mp3s or download links to [email protected]

You can listen to all recorded shows on ThePenguinRocks.com


Classic Jersey: Episode 12 Playlist

Mister Reality – If I Close My Eyes (An Open Letter to the Statue of Liberty)

Williams Honor – Send it to me

Bruce Springsteen – For You

Bruce Springsteen – I’ll See You In My Dreams

James Deely & The Valiants – A Dozen Roses

James Deely & The Valiants – The Last Round

Anthony D’Amato – Seaside Heights

Anthony D’Amato – When I see you again

Maison rouge – The dream I never had

Bruce Tunkel – I made it rain

Mimi Cross – Damage Control

Mimi Cross – Don’t look away

Val Emmich – Privacy draws a crowd

Val Emmich – Playing the Optimist

Bob Burger – Madalynn

The Weeklings – I still want you

Glen Burtnick – Perfect World

Christine Martucci Group – Song

Christine Martucci – Jersey Style

Whirling Dervishes – Baby Baby

Whirling Dervishes – Mr. & Mrs. Self Improvement

Dramarama – anything anything (I’ll give you)

Drama – Daily

Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes – I Don’t Want To Go Home

Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes – Words Fail

Dipsomaniacs – Hello Cleveland

Successful failures – Julie the Redemptrix

Rick Barry – Why do I have to see Judas?

Rick Barry – When the World Was Hanging on a String

Linda Chorney – Me So Chorney

Linda Chorney – Bored

Jon Caspi – This Town (Keyport)

Jon Caspi and the first pistol – Alibis

The Gaslight Anthem – The Sound ’59

Brian Fallon – 21 days

The Commons – Jesus had a brother

Keith Monacchio – Angels on the Horizon

George Wirth – Promises and Rain

George Wirth – Bourgeois

Arlan Feiles – The Ballad of a Lonely New Ranger

Arlan Feiles – What Kind of World

Well Of Souls – No More Rain

Tom Kanach – Si

Matt O’Ree – Another Man

Matt O’Ree Band – Black Boots

Bon Jovi – Silent Night

Bon Jovi – American Calculus

Michael Brett – In one ear (and through the other)

Michael Brett – She’s the Pilot

The Milwaukees – Highway to the Sun

The Milwaukees – Wild Heart

Liberation of Souls – Savannah

The Wag – Me and you

Don Lee – Black and White World

Michael Patrick & the Suburban Hillbillies – Incomplete

Michael Patrick – Home

Lisa Bouchelle – 15 years old

Lisa Bouchelle & The Bleu – Twice As Tall

James Dalton – Somewhere With You

James Dalton – Have a Merry Little Christmas

Brian Fitzpatrick – Madonna in Rags

Brian Fitzpatrick and the Band of Brothers – Come Back to Me

Tommy Strazza – Detour

Tommy Strazza – Magic 8-Ball

Anthony Walker – The Year of the Flood

Anthony Walker – Wolves Can Wait

Joe D’Urso & Stone Caravan – Welcome Home

Joe D’Urso & Stone Caravan – Daily Life

Little Steven & The Disciples Of Soul – Until The Good Gone

Little Steven – Superfly Terraplane

Nicole Atkins – Maybe Tonight

Nicole Atkins – Saint Dymphna

Mike June & The Dirty Doves – La Ballade de la Ballade (by John & Yoko)

Mike June – Ok

Red Want Blue – Your Alibi

Red Wanting Blue – It’s the end


Lighty’s Corner: Episode 12 Playlist

The Two Man Traveling Medicine Show – Boomtown

Successful failures – Julie the Redemptrix

Mimi Croix – Nitelite

Willie Nile – The Day the Earth Stood Still

Val Emmich – Playing the Optimist

Jack Skuller – Only Grow Old

Ley lines – Breakout

James Deely – This train has broken down

The Alarm – Devolution Workin ‘Man Blues

Don Lee – We Can Go Alone

Fantastic cat – No one is coming to pick you up

Cranston Dean – Drunk Buddha

David & David – Welcome to the city of boom

Mick Smith – Let Me Go

Snez – Busking on the road

John Cafferty & The Beaver Brown Band – Boardwalk Angel

Bruce Tunkel – To Myself I Must Be True

Go-Go’s – We have the rhythm

TOIGO – We have tonight to leave me broken

Tiny Fighter – New Century (acoustic)

Joe Pesci – Love Someone

The orphan’s project – Circling

Bombardier Jones – Good idea

Skate Polly – Hollywood Factory

Sonofdov – Reviver

Stay for tomorrow – The one

Jonas Carping – Moonlight Parade

Lisa Bouchelle & The Bleu – Heaven On Credit

Bruce Springsteen – Last Man Standing


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Bring Me the Head of Max Headroom: Episode 12 Playlist

Love Has A Line On You – Scandal

April Sky – The Jesus and Mary Chain

Woman of Fire – The Cult

Achin ‘To Be – The Substitutes

I’m not an Angel – The Gregg Allman Group

Bedbugs and Ballyhoo – Echo & The Bunnymen

Train in Vain (Stand by Me) – The Clash

Better Home Soon – Crowded House

Hey Wow – The Connells

Don’t Get Out My Car Tonight – The Hooters

A Girl Called Johnny – The Waterboys

Gone Daddy Gone – Violent Women

The Sensual World – Kate Bush

Silver And Gold – U2

Pilot 8 – REM

The man who sailed around his soul – XTC

I don’t want – The call

Carrying the Torch – Firetown

Sheila Take A Bow – The Smiths

Stay – Tonio K.

Talking in your sleep – The romantics

Blaze of Glory – Joe Jackson

Love My Way – Psychedelic furs

Postcards from paradise – Flesh for Lulu

Free Fallin ‘- Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

Deeside – The alarm

This time – INXS

I don’t want it now – Jules Shear

Congratulations – Voyager Wilburys

Spirits in the Material World – The Police

That Voice Again – Peter Gabriel


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