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If you’ve missed out on “Geezer Rock” or if you’re just a tad behind the times (hey, we’ve all been there, right?), then you don’t have to, as Donovan once said, “dig the slowness.” Get up to speed (45 or 33 r.p.m.) right here and right now.

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February 10th show: This week Geezer Rock gets all sweetly bluesy with a rerun show featuring recent Grammy Award winner Bonnie Raitt, but also hits the highway in anticipation of some summer music festivals with Joe Bouchard (who hopefully won’t get too mad if folks are reminded that he used to be in Blue Oyster Cult). There’s also some timely talk about coal mining, steel mills, union organizing, and workers’ rights with the Freakons and Dave Alvin, and even a Raitt-related Moonalice song.


February 3rd show: This week, Geezer Rock brings you a punk-rock reflection on old age and pensions from Clash cohort Don Letts, a cover of the quietest song the Minutemen ever recorded, evocative collaborations between Patti Smith and the recently departed Tom Verlaine of Television, and rabble-rousing, rafter-shattering, fascist-bashing sounds from Boston’s Celtic punk shouters the Dropkick Murphys, who are this week’s Featured Geezers on Geezer Rock!