Monday, January 31, 2005


Steve grilled Mr. S about Indie's lack of a permanent phone #. He
started taking a supplement-Rejuvenator??-to lose weight.

Boys Against Girls-BFF
Stereophonics-Handbags and Gladrags
Sights-Last Chance
Adam & The Ants-Press Darlings
Caesars-Cracking Up
Doctors of Madness-???? (The Pistols opened up for 'em in the
early days, says Steve, and they were wankers so Steve stole their
wallets while they were onstage. He later got lucky with an
American college girl.)
Subway Sect-Blackpool
Blow Monkeys-Forbidden Fruit

Friday, January 28, 2005

Scott Weiland

Guest: Scott Weiland. Scott defied VR's management to guest on
Jonesy's show. (VR is allegedly betrothed to KROQ). Steve & Scott
did the acoustic "barnyard version" of "Bodies" ("pluck this and
pluck that... )

Scott Wieland

extended orchestral intro

Live Songs;
Improvised folky barnyard version of "Bodies"

Thursday, January 27, 2005

Wednesday, January 26, 2005

Peter Frampton

Guest: Peter Frampton

Peter and Jonesy performed in-studio versions of "C'mon
Everybody", "Sleepwalk","Baby I Love Your Way", "Apache" and "Be
Bop A Lu-La." Peter lives in Cincinnati w/ his wife and daughter.
Lotsa silly talk about riots in Caracas and bodily functions. A
fun interview.

Songs included:

Only Ones-Lovers Of Today
Rolf Harris-Two Little Boys
Blondie-Picture This
Greg Kihn-Break-Up Song
Frankie Miller-Love Letters (A mad Scottsman & mad drunk,
according to Jonesy)
Cliff Richard-Living Doll
Humble Pie-I Don't Need No Doctor

Peter Frampton

Uh Oh

"My name is Britney and i am here to introduce my fave new song from Moby"
Uh OH Indie ... this may be the slippery slope.

Tuesday, January 25, 2005


The phones at the station aren't working again!

Songs included:
The Cult-Love Removal Machine
Free-Fire & Water
Argent-God Gave Rock & Roll To You

Monday, January 24, 2005


Jonesy started a new exercise regimen today. He parks his car at
"an undisclosed location" and walks to work from there. It took
him an hour today and he's "absolutely knackered." Mr. Shovel
recovered from a bout with a sinus infection.

Songs included: * ***************

* *************** ***************

****************White Zombie-More Human Than Human (Mr. Shovel had
to beep out the obscenities to avoid problems with the "RSPCA", as
Jonesy refers to the FCC.)
Ministry-Jesus Built My Hot Rod
Siouxsie-Metal Postcards
Naughty By Nature-O.P.P. (stands for "Old People's Pension" sez
Vacation-No Hard Feelings
Average White Band-Pick Up The Pieces
Sandy Shaw-Always Something There To Remind Me

Friday, January 21, 2005

Eddie Vedder

Guest: Eddie Vedder. Steve and Eddie talked about last weeks
memorial service for Johnny Ramone. They played some Who songs
"Can't Explain" and "Behind Blue Eyes."Eddie also played a Phil
Ochs songs w/ altered, anti-Republican lyrics. "That gave me
goosepimples." Jonesy commented when Eddie was done. Eddie said he
wouldn't have played it if Johnny was alive. (Johnny was a staunch

Eddie Vedder

Live Song
"Heres to the States" ( Phil Ochs ) w changed lyrics.

His card to then president Bush

Thursday, January 20, 2005

cheese roll

Jonesy was eating a cheese roll as the show began. Mr. Shovel has
strep throat, despite all his wiping and scrubbing of the studio.
'My honey's sick," Jonesy commented. He attended a gallery opening
last night that featured photos of '70s rock 'n' roll in L.A.
(Solaris Gallery 9009 Melrose).
Photographer Brad Elterman

Cherie Curie will be on the show next week.

Songs included:

Joan Jett-Cherry Bomb
Capitol Years-Mounds of Money
Alice Cooper-No More Mr. Nice Guy
Gay Dad-My Son Mystic
Delays-Bedroom Scene
Leo Sayer-Why Is Everybody Going Home?
Lou Reed-There Is No Time
Zolar X-Timeless

Wednesday, January 19, 2005

iron man

Roy Wood-Looking Through The Eyes of A Fool
Jetliner-Life On Mars
Ours-Femme Fatale
Adored-TV Riot
Sparks-Girl From Germany
Dave Barry-Little Things
Chicory Tip-Good Grief Christina
Supergroupies-Low Blue Flame
Sonics-Have Love, Will Travel
Barbed Wire-Nora Dear
The Sights-Last Chance (A Mr. Shovel fave from Detroit.)
Rolf Harris "Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport" "He inspired Black
Sabbath to write "Iron Man", Steve joked. His whistle for the hour
was "Iron Man."--(where else can you hear Rolf Harris and Black
Sabbath mentioned in the same breath? Priceless...)

Tuesday, January 18, 2005


Jonesy thinks he has the flu again. Mr. S. suggested he check his
house for mold.
Guest: Chris Cester of Jet and the L.A. reporter for New Musical
Express, who was in the studio to do an article on the show.

Songs included:
An opening set dedicated to the "cocaine, herpes, porn and
Quaaludes" of '70s L.A.

Rick Springfield-Jesse's Girl
Pat Benetar-Hit Me With Your Best Shot
The Knack-That's What The Little Girls Do
Nick Gilder-Hot Child In The City
Nouvelle Vague-Guns of Brixton
Vodka Collins-Tokyo, NY (A "2-bob" glam band that was big in
Japan. Alan Merrill, later of the Arrows, was their singer.)
Brett Smiley-Space Ace
The Quick-Teacher's Pet
David Bowie-Hang On To Yourself
Golden Virgines- Renaissance Kid

Monday, January 17, 2005

Mark Feb. 10th on your calendars-that's the one year anniversary
of "Jonesy's Jukebox." Mr. Shovel uses antibacterial hand lotion
but his car is a mess.

Songs included:

Vera Lynn-White Cliffs Of Dover
Frankie Miller-Love Letters (Jonesy did a version of this
song-last cut on "Mercy", his first solo album.)
Atomic Dog-George Clinton
Pat Benetar-Little Too Late
Prince-When You Were Mine
Goldfrapp-Strict Machine

Jane Wiedlin hosted a show on Indie this past Monday night,
filling in for Henry while he's on tour. Not only is Jane a diva &
a great singer (and a reality show star) she also has some
interesting in point

Corset Kitten Jane

Chris from Jet

Friday, January 14, 2005


Steve got a massage from a real massage therapist yesterday, & she
thanked him for not trying any "funny business." He slept like a
baby afterward, he reported.

Guest: Rick Rubin. Rick played a song by John Frusciante that was
supposed to be on the "Brown Bunny" soundtrack, & some rap, talked
about the new albums he's producing (System Of A Down, etc.) and
is no longer a vegan. He and Jonesy are teetotalers, but Mr.
Shovel is still into the coffee thing. The Johnny Ramone memorial
is this afternoon at Hollywood Forever cemetery. Rick talked about
how Johnny and Joey worked together for but didn't talk to each
other for years.

Songs included:

Klaus Nomi-Can't Help Falling In Love
Klaus Nomi was a New York performance artist. in the late '70s and
early '80s. He appeared on SNL with David Bowie. More about him
Hot Chocolate-Emily
David Bowie-White Light, White Heat (Steve advises young bands to
learn the song. "It just plays itself," he says.)
Features-Blow It Out

Rick Rubin

Thursday, January 13, 2005

Songs included:

David Bowie-Hang On To Yourself (Live At The BBC)
Radio Stars-No Russians In Russia
Zolar X-Rocket Roll
Ramones-I Don't Wanna Grow Up
Fu Manchu-Written In Stone
Robin Trower-Bridge Of Sighs
Dead Boys-All This And More
Danny Wilson-Mary's Prayer
Barry Ryan-Eloise

Wednesday, January 12, 2005


Many listeners were upset by the Boston, etc. songs yesterday, so
Jonesy played a lot of punk today.

Songs included:

Mike Sarne-Come Outside
Briefs-Poor & Weird
Ruts-In The Ruts
Shakin' Stevens- This Old House (England's 2-Bob answer to Elvis,
sez Jonesy)

Tuesday, January 11, 2005

uh oh

Jonesy finally makes good on his threats to play Journey & Boston.

Songs included:

Boston-More Than A Feeling
Journey-Don't Stop Believin'
Tom Petty-American Girl
Survivor- Eye Of The Tiger
Firefall-Strange Way
Starbuck-Moonlight Feels Right
Rubettes-Sugar Baby Love

Monday, January 10, 2005

brkfast w cliff

Jonesy met his one of his idols, Cliff Richard today while having
breakfast. Cliff may be on the show in April.

Friday, January 07, 2005

gold record

Jonesy got a platinum record from Joan Jett and her manager for "I
Love Rock & Roll" at the Camp Freddy gig the other night. (He
played on some of the tracks but was never credited.) "I was
looking for a check in there but there wasn't any."Steve said. "I
might sell it on E-bay." he joked. A writer from the London Daily
Telegraph was in the studio interviewing him during the show.

Songs included:

Bob & Marcia-Pied Piper
Jimmy Cliff-Wonderful World, Beautiful People
T-Rex-Light Of Love
Hello-New York City Groove
David Bowie-Let's Spend The Night Together
Go Home Productions-Ray of Gob
Mott The Hoople-Violence
Cockney Rebel-What Ruthie Said

Wednesday, January 05, 2005

Dicky Barrett and Def Leppard

Dicky introducing what was to become the "mighty morning show"

Def Leppard
"Bang a gong"
"Rainbow in the dark"
"Ziggy Stardust"
"Pour some sugar"

Dicky Barrett

Guests: Dickie Barret (Mighty Mighty Bosstones, "Punk Rock
Minute", Jimmy Kimmel Show) He will be Indie's morning DJ starting
Jan 31 from 7-10 a.m., Def Leppard Joe, Vivian and Phil played
T-Rex's "Bang A Gong", "Ziggy Stardust" and "Pour A Little Sugar
On Me"

Tuesday, January 04, 2005

Songs included:

City Boy-5705
Cult-Love Removal Machine
Urge Overkill-Sister Havana
Humble Pie-C'mon Everybody
Datsuns-Blacken My Thumb
Kings Of Leon-Slow Night, So Long
Supergroupies-Low Blue Flame
Thieves-You Got It Easy

Monday, January 03, 2005


"Do you like lingerie?" Steve asked Mr. Shovel. "Depends who's
wearing it," sez Mr S. Steve doesn't like g-strings on girls, he
prefers white undies w/ "strawberries on 'em", thinks the g-string
wearing types are "trying too hard." Steve talked about hanging
out by Ronnie Wood's house back in the day. Ronnie was really nice
and would talk to the fans. Of course, one day Steve swiped a TV
and overcoat from Ronnie's guesthouse. Steve is a big fan of

Songs included:

Ron Wood-Mystify Me
The Sun-We Tried
Morrissey-Munich Air Disaster
Grand National-Drink To Move On
Bob Dylan-Man In Me
Cat Stevens-Oh Very Young
Auteurs-Lenny Valentino