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On this week’s show:
We kick things off with a classic throwback from Levy & The Oaks. While the band no longer exists, it’s members are still very much active on the Jersey Rock scene. Levy Okun is currently working as a solo artist and Lou Panico is rocking with Natalie Farrell’s group. Check out the music of Levy & The Oaks HERE.
Christian Carson calls in to the show to tell us about his summer performance schedule. He has a number of solo acoustic dates coming up. The first of which is this Friday 6/25 at The Jackson Moose Lodge. Stay on top of everything he is up to at facebook.com/commonwealthnj! Check out his killer new GN’R cover on YouTube!
We turn up a totally rad track from Kodiak! Check out their cover of mentor Carmine Appice’s “Red Line” from the Jersey Rock Home Showcase! Don’t miss Kodiak at Weiss Fest at The Middletown Arts Center this Friday! It’s a FREE Show! Carmine Appice will join the stacked bill, taking the stage with our own Keith Roth later in the evening. Learn more HERE. Check out Kodiak at kodiakband.com!
Dave Incognito of Incognito Theory calls in to the show! Incognito Theory’s video “This Rebel Soul Lives On” is this week’s Jersey Rock Video of the Week. Incognito Theory recently signed with Ragebreed records. They are producing a brand new EP with Steve Zing, due out later this summer. Stay on top of everything they are up to at incognitotheory.com!
We close out the show with an awesome Prince cover by Frankenstein 3000. F3K will rock Weiss Fest at the Middletown Arts Center this Friday 6/25. They will be joined in their performance by Carmine Appice, Jerry Gaskill of King’s X, and Bumblefoot. The show is being put on by Rock Photography Legend Mark Weiss and is FREE to the public. Learn more at middletownarts.org.