Live Ledge #94: Janitor Bob
My first assignment? To interview my friends in Janitor Bob, who will be playing at the Convention Center in Sioux Falls on New Year's Eve. Yesterday (December 27), the article was published, and tonight two members of the band, Martin Dill and Pat McIntyre, returned to The Ledge studios for a full-length interview. They even brought a few extremely rare practice and live recordings, which peppered their hour-long appearance.
Inspired by the prospects of having some locals on the show, the rest of the broadcast featured nothing but Sioux Falls music. Commencing with the legendary Myron Lee, we traveled through the various bands hosted by Rich Show and Dave Scarbrough, and even included a band that featured two Live Ledge chat regulars. Some time in the near future I want to do a full-length history of Sioux Falls rock and roll.
Oh yeah, to close the show there's a very special rare track from what is arguably the biggest concert in Sioux Falls history.
A special thanks to Martin and Pat for wasting their time hanging out on this dumb little show, which you can find in iTunes, Stitcher, or on The Ledge android/iPhone app. Or, you can...
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1. Janitor Bob And The Armchair Cowboys, Happy Song
2. Janitor Bob And The Armchair Cowboys, Good For Me
3. Janitor Bob And The Armchair Cowboys, The Very Best Thing
4. Janitor Bob And The Armchair Cowboys, Taste of Goodbye
5. Janitor Bob And The Armchair Cowboys, Shadows and Shine
6. Myron Lee & The Caddies, Homicide
7. Myron Lee & The Caddies, Aw C'mon Baby
8. Dale Gregory & The Shouters, Did Ya Need to Know
9. No Direction, Getting it On with Trudy
10. Flag With Hank, Don't Look My Way
11. Violet, So Lonely
12. Ill Bill and the Spinal Chills, Play With Me (Jean-Anne)
13. The Harvesters, Sense of Style
14. The State Birds, Hello Mr. Sunday
15. Government Center, Can't Hardly Wait
16. The Habitual Groove of It, Just Another Little Problem
17. Naked Ted, Nothing to Say
18. The Inspectors, Let's Talk About Girls
19. AC/DC, Johnny B Good (07-07-1979 Sioux Falls, With Cheap Trick)