Little Steven Van Zandt | email
Weekdays 3 am - 4 am; 11 am - 12 am; 3 pm - 4 pm; 7 pm - 8 pm ET
Saturdays 3 am - 4 am ETSteven Van Zandt is an acclaimed songwriter, musician, actor, record producer, DJ, television producer and activist. He is a founding member and producer of the E Street Band, and has produced and written songs for Ronnie Spector, Nancy Sinatra, Jimmy Cliff, Brian Setzer, Darlene Love, and more.
Michael Des Barres | emailMondays - Fridays 8 am - 11 am ET
Tuesdays - Saturdays 12 am - 3 am ET
Michael Des Barres was raised in England and now lives in Los Angeles. He has appeared in countless feature films and television shows and sold seven million albums as a writer and artist. A working musician for five decades, he has performed around the world from backroom bars to Live Aid.
The Mighty Manfred | email
Weekdays 12 pm - 3 pm ETThe Mighty Manfred is the frontman and driving force behind '80s/'90s garage band the Woggles, founded in Athens, Georgia, who continue to release records and tour worldwide. Periodically he takes his Underground Garage show out on the road, spinning tunes from all across the country on tour.
Kid Leo | email
Weekdays 4 pm - 7 pm ETThe “Kid” got started at legendary WMMS in Cleveland. Helped make the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame a reality. Went on to Columbia Records as VP. Named one of Rolling Stone’s “Heavy Hundred in the Music Industry”. CNN lists him as one of “The Top 10 DJs of All-Time”.
Handsome Dick Manitoba | email
Weekdays 8 pm - 12 am ETHandsome Dick Manitoba was lead singer of The Dictators for 30 years. He now occasionally fronts The MC5 and is owner of the world's greatest punk rock bar, Manitoba's, in NYC. The Village Voice named him "The World's Best Satellite Radio DJ," and his son Jake calls him "World's Greatest Father."
Bill Kelly | email
Saturdays 8 am - 12 pm ET
Sundays 8 pm - 12 am ETBill Kelly, legendary "Guru of the Garage," began his radio career in 1969. (Little Steven has said that Bill's original show inspired him to get involved in broadcasting.) The self-proclaimed "Black Hole of Rock and Roll" is a long-avid collector and authority on obscure '60s garage rock music.
Ko Melina | email
Saturdays 8 pm - 12 am ET
Sundays 4 pm - 8 pm ETWhile bartending at The Garden Bowl in Detroit, Ko Melina helped start the storied Living Room Sessions, which then exposed The White Stripes and Brendan Benson. She's currently part of the fierce fuzz bass attack of the Dirtbombs, named one of the "Top 10 Live Bands" on the planet by Spin Magazine.
Chris Carter | email
Sundays 9 am - 12 pm ET
Mondays 12 am - 3 am ETChris Carter's music criticism has appeared in the L.A. Times, CREEM, BAM and the L.A. Reader. He is president of QM Management and a recognized Beatles expert by ABC, NBC, CBS and Entertainment Tonight. He also co-founded Dramarama and produced the acclaimed film, Mayor of the Sunset Strip.
Genya Ravan | email
First Friday of the Month 10 pm - 11 pm ET
Third Friday of the Month 12 am - 1 am ETGenya Ravan escaped a WWII concentration camp as a child and came to America full of piss and vinegar. In the '60s she formed the very FIRST all-girl band, Goldie & the Gingerbreads, signed by Ahmet Ertegun to Atlantic Records. She has since produced the Dead Boys, Tiny Tim and Kool & the Gang.
Last Friday of the month at 4 pm ETDrew Carey is a stand-up comic turned actor and producer who had the distinction of having two hit shows simultaneously: the long-running comedy The Drew Carey Show, which ran from 1995-2004 and the improv/sketch show Whose Line Is It Anyway?. In July 2007, Carey was named the host of The Price is Right, succeeding longtime host Bob Barker. Follow Carey on twitter @DrewFromTV and @TPIRhost.