Newsletter 12-21-09

Hey Everyone,

Happy ACHOO (Another Commercialized Holiday Of Overspending) Everyone!!!!


Iíve been compiling my top 60 albums of 2009, and Iíll be ready to start sharing them with the world on December 24th.

Each night on Lazloís Den (8pm ET) Iíll be counting down 10 albums, until we hit the top 10 albums on New Yearís Eve.

Thursday December 24th - albums 60-51
Friday December 25th - albums 50-41
Monday December 28th - albums 40-31
Tuesday December 29th - albums 30-21
Wednesday December 30h - albums 20-11
Thursday December 31st - albums 10-1


I am working on a few new show ideas that I hope to have on in early 2010.

If there is something you'd like to hear on, I welcome you to contact me and let me know.

If you have a show idea you'd like to do on, pitch it to me. If I like it, I may give you your own show on


Our updated on air schedule at is

Hereís the programming schedule for this week:

Monday thru Friday at 8pm ET - Lazloís Den

Tues @ 8pm ET, Wed @ noon & 10pm, Thurs @ 3am & midnight, Fri @ 9am & 3pm, Sun @ 8pm - Lazloís Den presents New Music

Thursday @ 10pm ET, Sun @ 7pm - ĎRock N Roll Gas Stationí hosted by Jim Testa

Friday @ 9pm ET, Sat @ 9pm, Sun @ 1pm & 6pm - 'The Weekend Mix-Up!' hosted by Mick Hale

And, don't forget to stream or download Rock On Radio, directly from The latest installment includes guest Pat ďThe SoulcatĒ

While youíre at you can stream all the previous Guitar Pullís, including the most recent one with Ross Sandler (from Crewman Number Six), and Pete Jager (from The Extras, Inc.).

The Guitar Pull will return with new installments in 2010.


The next Free Concert Series at Buddieís Tavern will be on Saturday January 23rd, and feature Red Flag Fleet, Copesetic, & Randy Morning.


Donít forget to download free music from or

Bands, if you'd like to put up a free download on or, please contact me.


Concert Picks Of The Week


Lazlo (

'Tis the holiday season, but here's one party that's not about the holidays. Wednesday night at the Saint help celebrate Lindsey Miller's Birthday with sets by The Emancipation Congregation / The Sunday Blues / Divine Sign / Angry Snatch.


Jim Testa (Jersey Beat)

Twas the day after Christmas
and down at the Court
the old geezers were rocking
with a huff and a snort
3 To Six Inches and Buzzkill, I hear,
both reuniting to bring holiday cheer
and if that's not enough for you Hub City fanatics
we've also got Stuntcocks and Prosolar Mechanics
and that clattering sound up on the roof
one hopes it's just reindeer hot on the hoof
and some jolly fat elf in a big silver sleigh...
- not just the taxman, with more bills to pay!
So drink lots of shots and spirits and beer
Merry Christmas to all... and a solvent New Year!

Saturday, December 26

PROSOLAR MECHANICS, Buzzkill, The Stuntcocks, Three to Six Inches - Court Tavern, 124 Church St. New Brunswick - 9 pm, $8, 21+


Danny Coleman (Rock On Radio)

12/23/2009 7:00 PM at PATRIOTS THEATER (@ The Trenton War Memorial)
1 Memorial Dr., Trenton, New Jersey 08608
THE ERNIE WHITE ANNUAL HOLIDAY BENEFIT SHOW - this is itís 10th Year running! Featuring SO many local amazing canít miss this one! It will be a fun night of holiday rock & roll, served up "Trenton Style", and youíll be able to give a helping hand to those who need it most. This event has now become the yearís most anticipated rock and roll event! All ages show! Doors open at 7:00PM- Show begins at 7:30PM - This show is general admission: Adults: $20 - Kids under 12: $10


Pissed Off!

From the Associated Press:

ďA Maine legislator wants to make the state the first to require cell phones to carry warnings that they can cause brain cancer, although there is no consensus among scientists that they do and industry leaders dispute the claim.Ē

So let me get this straight, science has NOT proven that cell phones cause brain cancer, but Maine Rep. Andrea Boland, as well as San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom, each have legislation pending in their local government to put stickers on cell phones saying that it DOES cause brain cancer?!?!?

Letís put aside the libel law suits that cell phone makers will undoubtedly (and rightfully so) file, should either of these bills pass.

No, what horrifies me about this is that instead of backing science, they are siding the same types of rumors that get passed around in e-mails that Snopes (and other such sites), do a good job of debunking.

This ďlabelingĒ is the creationist version of things. If we donít have scientific proof, or even any cases of brain cancer that MAY have been caused by cell phones, how can we allow our government to put a label on a cell phone stating something that there is no concrete proof is true.

Look , if concrete scientific proof comes forward, Iíll be all for the labels, but until that day happens itís irresponsible to put a label stating something that is not fact.

I urge you all to e-mail both of the legislators and let them know that while their heart may be in the right place, creationist labeling is wrong.

Maine Rep. Andrea Boland -

San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom -


That's all for this week folks.