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March 6th show: This week we feature the country-crossing live blues of San Francisco’s Tommy Castro and the Painkillers, with their new album, “Killin’ It Live.” Also saxophone-infused instrumental jams from Dickey Betts, the musical question “What Are You Waiting For” from Fanny Walked the Earth, and two re-imagined garage-rock classics by the Sonics, reunited from the ‘60s, and the Flesh Eaters, reunited from the ‘80s. And yet more news about the upcoming Woodstock anniversaries.
February 27th show: This week the Featured Geezers are Fanny Walked the Earth, the weirdly monikered band once known as Fanny, the pioneering all-woman back from back in the ‘70s when all-women bands were still called all-girl bands. We’ll have three songs from their new, self-titled album, as well as not one, not two but three recent covers of songs by the Doors, and the show closes with one from the recently departed Peter Tork, from, of course, the Monkees.