Pop punk trio Something Fierce and internationally loved garage rock legends, The King Khan and BBQ Show are the musical guests.
In this episode, host Rosa Guerrero takes the lead while producer Gina Miller steps out from the shadows to join in the interview mayhem, including zany performances and a surprise striptease from community guest and 'audience of one' Matthew Wettergreen.
Matthew Wettergreen is an educator, community architect and cofounder of Caroline Collective. He teaches at Rice University on the intersection of art and engineering. He develops community based education models and organizes forums for discussion including Bandcamp, Music Mentoring and Barcamps.
Live from SugarHill is a collaborative effort between Zenfilm, OutboundMusic.com and SugarHill Recording Studios.
Something Fierce (Dirtnap Records) started with a love for groups like The Clash, mining their punk/powerpop foundation. Their first full-length, Come For The Bastards, was released in the Summer of 2006 with Frenchie Smith of Young Heart Attack producing. The album served as an introduction to their mix of speedy punk with indie rock sensibilities, such as the dual vocals of Steven Garcia and Niki Sevven. Over the last four years, has released two seven inch records and one full-length, "There Are No Answers". Sara Cress of the Houston Chronicle wrote, "Something Fierce has always been on a mission: say it fast, say it loud, make it fun and make it mean something."
King Khan and Mark "BBQ" Sultan had collaborated as members of the Montreal-based Spaceshits from 1995-1999. During a European tour, Blacksnake (King Khan?s moniker) opted to remain in Germany and the group disbanded. Sultan went on to start another popular Montreal-based band, Les Sexareenos, before venturing off on his own as a one-man band under the pseudonym BBQ. As BBQ, Sultan re-established contact with Khan, playing alongside his new band, King Khan & the Shrines. The two began writing songs and playing them live at sporadic shows around Germany and Spain.
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