Special Archives for Jonesville Station on WFMU

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Options Jonesville Station

Options Last Jonesville. From September 26, 2005. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Mike Peters of The Alarm, Captain Sensible of The Damned, and Slim Jim Phantom formerly of The Stray Cats join Jonesey to discuss their life in Rock & Roll and their latest project, Dead Men Walking, which is a side project band they play in together. From September 19, 2005. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Neil Sedaka joins Jonesey for a conversation regarding his nearly 50 years as a songwriter and performer. From September 12, 2005. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Frank Jeckell and Floyd Marcus of the original 1910 Fruitgum Company. They will be joined by the current line-up of the band and perform live in the WFMU studios. From August 29, 2005. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Former member of D Generation and Heart Attack Jesse Malin returns to Jonesville. From August 22, 2005. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options The legendary Lesley Gore who recorded such hit records as "It's My Party", and "You Don't Own Me" joins Jonesey to discuss to discuss her life and career. Additionally, Gore will perform live in our studios with her band. From August 8, 2005. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Mark Sceurman and Mark Moran of Weird New Jersey return to Jonesville to discuss all things weird. From August 1, 2005. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Rob Fraboni. From July 25, 2005. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Eric Carmen and Jim Bonfanti of The Raspberries. Also Rick Derringer. From July 18, 2005. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Peter Noone joins Jonesey to discuss his life and times with Herman’s Hermits and beyond. Also on Hand will be Terry Sylvester who will also discuss his years in Rock & Roll. From July 11, 2005. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Record Producer Tony Visconti on his storied career. Visconti has produced such acts as Georgie Fame, The Moody Blues, Altered Images, The Boomtown Rats, Badfinger, David Bowie, T-Rex and Ringo Starr. From June 20, 2005. Listen to set "Interview with Tony Visconti": Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!. See the playlist.

Options Sami Yaffa joins Jones to discuss his life and times in Rock & Roll. He is joined by his band Mad Juana who perform live in our studios. Yaffa is a former member of Hanoi Rocks and Jetboy. He is currently a member of the reformed New York Dolls. From June 13, 2005. Listen to set "Interview with Sami Yaffa": Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!. See the playlist.

Options Former World Heavyweight Champion Professional Wrestlers Terry Funk and Dusty Rhodes (The American Dream) join Jonesey for a conversation regarding their life and times. From June 6, 2005. Listen to set "Interview with Dusty Rhodes": Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!. See the playlist.

Options Cheetah Chrome. Former member of both Rocket From the Tombs and The Dead Boys, Cheetah Chrome joins Jonesey for a conversation regarding his life and times in Rock & Roll. From May 23, 2005. Listen to set "Interview with Cheetah Chrome": Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!. See the playlist.

Options Don Letts of Big Audio Dynamite. From May 16, 2005. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Rudy Ray Moore + Cheetah Chrome. From May 9, 2005. Listen to set "Interview with Rudy Ray Moore": Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!. See the playlist.

Options Record Producer Jack Douglas. From May 2, 2005. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Sylvain Sylvain of The New York Dolls returns to Jonesville to discuss the band's career and reunion tour as well as his life and times in Rock & Roll. From April 25, 2005. Listen to set "Interview with Sylvain Sylvain": Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!. See the playlist.

Options Johnnie Johnson (re-broadcast from June of 2003) From April 18, 2005. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Hubert Sumlin in conversation and live performance. Joining Hubert will be the producer of his latest album, "About Them Shoes", Rob Fabroni. From April 11, 2005. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options DJ Danny Stiles. From April 4, 2005. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Billy J. Kramer joins Jonesey for a conversation regarding his life and times. From March 28, 2005. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Ian Hunter of Mott the Hoople. From March 21, 2005. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Record Producer/Engineer Rob Fabroni who produced Hubert's latest record 'About Them Shoes'. In addition Fabroni has worked on such projects as The Beach Boys Holland LP, Goats Head Soul, and The Last Waltz. From February 28, 2005. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Singer and songwriter, Jimmy Webb. From February 21, 2005. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Bob Gruen: Rock & Roll's premiere photographer joins Jonesey for an hour of conversation regarding his lifelong documentation of Rock & Roll royalty. From February 7, 2005. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Tommy Stinson, a founding member of the Replacements and a member of Axl Rose's revamped Guns & Roses, joins Jonesey for an hour of conversation and live music. From January 31, 2005. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Interviews with Harley Race and Joe Franklin. From January 24, 2005. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Hubert Sumlin, the legendary guitarist for Howlin' Wolf returns to Jonesville for conversation and live performance. From January 17, 2005. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Joyce Randolph and Don Was. From December 13, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Tony Joe White performs live. From December 6, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Jesse Malin performs live. From November 29, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Sylvain Sylvain of The New York Dolls. From November 22, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Mike Peters of The Alarm performs live. From November 15, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Glenn Tilbrook of Squeeze performs live. From November 1, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Pat Dinizio of the Smithereens performs live. From October 25, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Eric Burden. From October 18, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Geraint Watkins performs live. From October 11, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options "Weird New Jersey" editors Mark Sceurman and Mark Moran. From October 4, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Neil Innes of the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band and The Rutles. From September 27, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Jesse Malin of D Generation performs live. From September 6, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Patti Scialfa of the E Street Band performs live. From August 23, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Little Richard + Alice Cooper + Dr. Demento. From August 9, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Bobby Bandiera of The Asbury Jukes performs live. From August 2, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Bernard T. Fleshkin, Hollywood agent to the stars and former WBAI Air Personality. From July 26, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Tommy Smothers of the Smothers Brothers. From July 19, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Merle Haggard. From July 5, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Sylvain Sylvain. From June 28, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Genya Ravan. From June 21, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Broadcasters Joe Franklin & Max Kinkel. From June 14, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Andrew WK. From May 24, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Chris Stamey of The DB's performs live. From May 17, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Eric Burdon. From May 10, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Vernon Reid of Living Colour performs live. From May 3, 2004. Listen to set "Vernon Reid performs live": Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!. See the playlist.

Options Jimmy Sturr: "The King of Polka" + Eartha Kitt. From April 19, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Ian Hunter. From February 23, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Mojo Nixon. From February 16, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Bo Diddley and Bonnie Bramlett. From February 9, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Dennis Edwards of the Temptations. From February 2, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Hubert Sumlin, the legendary blues Guitarist. From January 26, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Dick Smothers of the Smother Brothers. From January 19, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Loudin Wainwright, III. From January 12, 2004. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Reno's Men live. From December 29, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Former New York Doll Sylvain Sylvain and the She Wolves. From December 22, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Record Producer Jack Douglas discusses John Lennon. From December 8, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Filmmaker Christopher Frieri & Wrestler Randy Savage. From December 1, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Sylvain Sylvain & The She Wolves with live performance. From November 17, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Tom Jones + Stone Cold Steve Austin. From November 10, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Cheap Trick's Rick Neilsen. From November 3, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Weird New Jersey editors Mark Moran and Mark Sceurman. From October 27, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Andrew W.K., live from the Museum of Television and Radio. From October 20, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Graham Parker with live performance. From October 13, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Delbert McClinton with live performance. From October 6, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Frank Stallone. From September 29, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Dave Davies of The Kinks. From September 22, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Richard Butler of The Psychedelic Furs. From September 15, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Record Producer Jack Douglas. From September 8, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Ted Nugent. From September 1, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options David Johansen. From August 25, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Johnnie Johnson. From August 18, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Loudon Wainwright III with live performance. From August 11, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options New York broadcast legend Danny Stiles. From August 4, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Chris Frantz & Tina Weymouth. From July 21, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Hubert Sumlin part 2. From July 14, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Pro Wrestler Mick Foley. From July 7, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Hubert Sumlin. From June 30, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Johnnie Johnson. From June 23, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Ian McCulloch. From June 16, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Classy Freddie Blassie & Isaac Hayes. From June 9, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Weird Al Yankovic. From June 2, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options David Clayton-Thomas. From May 26, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Dick Dale. From May 19, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Nancy Sinatra. From May 12, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options George Thorogood. From May 5, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick. From April 28, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options John Eddie performs live. From April 21, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Nils Lofgren performs live (May 2002) From April 14, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Mojo Nixon performs live. From April 7, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Willie Nelson interview. From March 31, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Wiseguy Henry Hill. From March 24, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Alone at the station: St Paddys Day. From March 17, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Mojo Nixon performs live (April 2002) From February 24, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Carol Connors of The Teddy Bears. From February 10, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Rock Producer Eddie Kramer. From February 3, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Tony Curtis & an in-studio performance by Hubert Sumlin. From January 27, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Legendary blues guitarist Hubert Sumlin performs live. From January 20, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Chuck Barris & Joe Franklin. From January 13, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Joseph D. Pistone "The Real Donnie Brasco" & former undercover agent Joe Mazilli. From January 6, 2003. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Folk singer Mike Agranoff performs "The Ballad of The Sandman" From December 30, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Filmmaker Danny Provenzano & Rock Producer Jack Douglas. From December 23, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Reno's Men performs live. From December 16, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Chuck Wepner (February 2002) From December 9, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Motown's The Funk Brothers & Actor Steve Schirripa. From December 2, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options David Johansen. From November 25, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options The Big Man Clarence Clemmons. From November 18, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Kenny Laguna & Joan Jett. From November 11, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Hubert Sumlin performs live. From November 4, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Singer Songwriter Terry Cashman. From October 28, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Filmmaker & reputed mobster Danny Provenzano. From October 21, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Rachel Donahue and Carolyn Travis producers of a documentary film entitled "Rock Jocks: The FM Revolution" From October 7, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Live from the Museum of Television & Radio with Dan Ingram. From October 2, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Wrestling legend Bobby "The Brain" Heenan. From September 25, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Rock Producer Eddie Kramer. From September 18, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Gene Simmons of KISS. From July 31, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Joe Franklin. From July 24, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Former WWWF superstar "Luscious" Johnny Valiant. From July 17, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Penn Jillette (of Penn & Teller) From July 10, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Southside Johnny performs live. From July 3, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Dick Cavett part 2 & Scott Muni. From June 26, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Dick Cavett. From June 19, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Ted Nugent. From June 12, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options "Handsome" Dick Manitoba. From June 5, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Nils Lofgren performs live. From May 29, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Kenny Laguna. From May 22, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Dan Ingram. From May 15, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options "Cousin Brucie" Morrow. From May 8, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Andrew W. K. From May 1, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Joseph Pistone (aka "The Real Donnie Brasco") & Joe Mazilli. From April 24, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Eddie Brigatti (of The Rascals) From April 17, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Mojo Nixon performs live. From April 10, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options John Holmstrom (Punk Magazine) From April 3, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options John Eddie performs live. From March 27, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Uncle Floyd: Join host Glen Jones and his guest Uncle Floyd Vivino. From February 20, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Chuck Wepner: Join host Glen Jones for a conversation with former North American Boxing Association Heavyweight Champ Chuck Wepner. Wepner alternatively known as 'the Bayonne Brawler' and eventually 'the Bayonne Bleeder' is best known for having knocked down Muhammad Ali while going the distance of 15 rounds in his bid for the World Championship while in the process being the real life inspiration for the movie Rocky. From February 6, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Willie Nelson on Jonesville Station: Join host Glen Jones for a conversation with the legendary American outlaw Willie Nelson. Tales of stalking Willie and a sitdown with Willie & Jones. From January 30, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.

Options Glen Jones and his guest Southside Johnny for conversation and song. From January 23, 2002. Listen to the whole show: Pop-up listen Pop‑up player!.


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