1. Prove It All Night with Pat Byrne


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    Prove It All Night Live! with your host PAT BYRNE... Featuring Tom Scharpling, Jacqueline Novak, Joe Pera and music from Mikey Erg

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    • Mucca Pazza from WFMU's Monty Hall January 24 2015


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      Mucca Pazza describe themselves as "a marching band that thinks it's a rock band," and that sums it up well. The Chicago outfit is making a return trip to WFMU (having successfully crammed all 30ish of its members inside our cozy Love Room back in 2009), and they'll be featuring songs from their latest album L.Y.A.! Their songs reflect a panoply of influences, from French yé-yé to Balkan brass bands to Henry Mancini, P.T. Barnum and The Stooges.

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      • Seven Second Delay's Naughty Naughty Kids Show


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        From Monty Hall on January 16, 2015. Join Ken and Andy for Seven Second Delay's Naughty, Naughty Kids Show. A doctor who will tell the kids how to get out of going to school, a magician, a scavenger hunt, a white collar criminal who will tell kids to not snitch and not do drugs and real jokes from a real seven-year old joke writer

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        • Radiohole performing Myth (or Maybe Meth) by Tom Murrin with special guests Not Blood Paint


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          Radiohole and WFMU present an all-balls-to-the-wall, stripped-down, bare-assed production of the smashed hit Myth (or Maybe Meth?) at WFMU's Monty Hall with special guests Not Blood Paint on January 12, 2015. In a shack somewhere in on steppe of Missouri three sisters drink Coke, eat hamburgers, fend off the local romantic axe-wielding WWI vet, and carry on the family business selling sweet jam. But the hamburgers aren't great and they long to return to their childhood home in Bayonne. Or Port-au-Prince. Or whatever. When Pa suddenly returns from Juárez hungry and spouting neoliberal ideology, the shit really hits the fan. Written by Tom Murrin (a.k.a. the Alien Comic) in 1969, this new Radiohole version of Myth (or Maybe Meth?) was commissioned by and originally presented at First Annual Tom Murrin Full Moon Performance Festival in April 2014 at LaMama. Myth (or Maybe Meth) was nominated for a 2014 Bessie Award for Outstanding Revival. Myth (or Maybe Meth?) features Radiohole's first-ever all-male (more or less) cast with Radiohole founders Eric Dyer and Scott Halvorsen Gillette along with Jim Findlay, Ilan Bachrach, Jon Okabayashi, Ryan Holsopple, Amanda Bender and the Lobster. Special Guests Not Blood Paint!

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          • Citation City - A UK Premiere at Flatpack Film Festival, Birmingham


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            CITATION CITY will UK Premiere at Flatpack Film Festival in Birmingham. http://flatpackfestival.org.uk/event/citation-city/ 28 March 11-12.30am: Arcades walk with Esther Leslie (city centre) 28 March 3-4.45pm: Citation City UK Premiere + Esther Leslie talk (Flatpack Palais at the Bond, Digbeth) Tickets £8.00 | £6.00 Venue Flatpack Palais @ The Bond, 180-182 Fazeley St. , Birmingham, B5 5SE + Google Map Website: http://www.thebondco.net/ A time-travelling voyage through one city, assembled from hundreds of movie clips and inspired by the wanderings of Walter Benjamin.A patchwork of over 300 features either filmed or set in London, Citation City combines multiple narratives to create the story of one city in a period of enormous change. Pieced together by audiovisual artist Vicki Bennett (aka People Like Us), this beguiling, labyrinthine work takes its cue from Benjamin’s Arcades Project, an ambitious attempt to map out Paris in fragments which was cut short by the author’s death in 1940. Before the performance Esther Leslie, Professor of Political Aesthetics at Birkbeck and translator of Benjamin’s Archive, will talk about cities, montage, radio and noise. Also: Esther Leslie will conduct an Arcades Walk through Birmingham on Saturday morning. Related: WFMU, our beloved radio station, will also be at Flatpack Film Festival! On the same day, 28 March at 6pm the UK premiere will screen of Sex and Broadcasting, the improbable tale of freeform listener-funded radio station WFMU. Following the New Jersey outfit’s choppy passage through the recession, it’s an inspiring film that raises all sorts of questions about survival and independent culture. Given that production of Flatpack has been soundtracked by WFMU since our early years, we’re delighted to confirm that Station Manager Ken will be broadcasting on the evening of 27 March a special one-off show from Birmingham to mark the premiere.

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            • Glen Jones and X-Ray Burns Holiday Party


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              The 2015 Glen Jones - X-Ray Burns Holiday Extravaganza! Live from WFMU's Monty Hall January 11, 2015. Featuring live performances by Holmes and Reno's Men.

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              • Prove it all night! with Pat Byrne


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                Prove it All Night with Pat Byrne recorded live from Monty Hall Saturday, December 20th. Join Pat and his comedy friends Dave Hill, Seth Herzog and musical guest Shellshag.

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                • Optic Nerve - Performer Announcement!


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                  Prepare to be transported into the weird world of America's foremost anonymous avant-garde art group, THE RESIDENTS, by some of the finest oddballs from this side of Louisiana. OPTIC NERVE is a darkly humorous, theatric musical experience unlike any other. Don't miss it! Recommended for fans of: Roxy Music, WFMU, Twin Peaks, black-lit costume parties, Devo, Charles Burns, ants at picnics, Flaming Fire, circus sideshows, upset apple carts, dancing, and Andy Kaufman. Tinyurl.com/OpticNerve

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                  • Seven Second Delay "The Great Money Hunt"


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                    December 5, 2014 The great Seven Second Delay Money Hunt! Andy has stolen $264 from his children's college fund (he stole it from his least favorite child) and Ken has hidden the money somewhere inside Monty Hall. During the course of this show, listeners will take the stage to complete various challenges, which, when succesful will reveal another part of the hidden money clue. Once the clue is out, Monty Hall will descend into pandemonium that will make Black Friday look like a pilates session.

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                    • HONK NYC! Performs@ WFMU's Monty Hall on October 16, 2014


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                      Transpacific Sound Paradise with Rob Weisberg, WFMU's Saturday evening "world music" radio show, and Sara Valentine of HONK NYC!, the Big Apple offshoot of Boston's legendary HONK! Festival of activist street bands, teamed up to bring HONK NYC! to WFMU's Monty Hall on October 16, 2014. Six bands with some 70 musicians total played three hours of hysterical marching band music, adorned in warped band uniforms, cavorting riotously around Monty Hall on-stage and off. Featuring performances by (in this order): Les Muses Tanguent (France) Chaotic Noise Marching Corps (Seattle) Radio Kaizman (France) Pakava It' (Russia) Kenny Wolleson and Himalayas Marching Band (NYC) Environmental Encroachment (Chicago)

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