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Newsletter 4-8-14

Hey Everyone,

If you missed Lazlo’s Den’s Rock The Lup preview show last night, which included an interview with event organizer Catherine Wacha, you will have another chance to hear it this Friday at 8pm.


All this week Lazlo’s Den Presents New Music on Lazlo’s Den! Tune in each night at 8pm to hear the best new music! And if you missed Monday’s show, we are replaying it on Friday!


The next Guitar Pull at Espresso Joe’s is Saturday April 19th and will feature Moon Motel, Tony Tedesco, and David Fagan (Snowball 37), with an opening set from Frat!

The show begins at 7pm sharp, and will end by 10pm, so if you’re looking for an early night out, or a show before another show, this is the show for you. And those of you that have been waiting for to do an all ages show, this is it!

Plus, Espresso Joe’s has great food, coffee, tea, and other beverages of a refreshing (non-alcoholic) nature. They also just celebrated their 10th anniversary!

***Also on Friday April 25th North Carolina’s BRETT HARRIS will be making a rare NJ appearance at Espresso Joe’s. This is another Do Not Miss Show!***


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~~~ is always looking for more DJs interested in doing a specialty or eclectic music show. Interested? Contact us.


Lazlo’s Corner

I was listening to My Chemical Romance’s new greatest hits collection and it reminded me of something that I feel is important with music. Always give a band a fair chance, even if you’ve heard them before and did not care for them.

Back before My Chemical Romance was signed to a label and a household name, I used to see them playing VFW halls all the time. In those early days they still had quite the following, but I must admit that I did not much care for their music.

Several years later, after “three cheers for sweet revenge” made them famous, I saw them playing Warped Tour to tens of thousands of people. I commented that day that MCR may be this generation’s Bon Jovi. I still didn’t much care for their music, but there had been growth from their early days, and I got why they were so popular.

When “the black parade” came out, I gave them another chance, and had to admit that I really liked the song “teenagers” a lot.

But even I was surprised a few years later when “danger days” came out and I thought the album was pretty damn brilliant.

Listening to their greatest hits collection (called, “may death never stop you”), I am hearing all phases of their career. Some of it I still love, some of it I still don’t enjoy, but every time a new album came out I gave them another chance. I always tried to go in without a preconceived notion of what I was about to hear. If I had not, I might never have discovered their last album which I still listen to often.

Sure by going in with an open mind you’re going to realize that some bands never change (*cough* *cough* Creed *cough* *cough* Nickelback), but even they could surprise me one day. Bands grow, bands change, often times bands get better.

Always have an open mind. Always give new music a chance.



This week on Lazlo's Den Presents New Music we have new music from:


Overlake - sighs
Bedouin - Bedouin ep
Inland Traveler - paths are frozen
Jersey Demic - dreaming all day
John Nemeth - testifies!
Matt Munhall - 700 miles
Roland Ramos - Roland Ramos Vienna
t.gunn - the bruton gaster demo, vol. 1
Williamsboy - bottle of wine
Laura Cantrell - no way there from here
Audio Empire - Audio Empire
My Chemical Romance - may death never stop you
Manchester Orchestra - Continental Obscura: From Birmingham to Bellingham

Full playlists with links to all the bands at Support Good Music!

Lazlo's Den Presents New Music airs on Tues @ 8pm, Wed @ 11am & 10pm, Thurs @ 3am & midnight, Fri @ 9am & 3pm, and Sun @ 8pm (all times are eastern time zone)


Our on air schedule at is

Here’s the programming schedule for this week:

Concert Preview Show – Sunday thru Saturday @ 7pm ET

Lazlo’s Den - Monday thru Friday @ 8pm ET, replay @ 11am ET

Lazlo’s Den presents New Music - Tues @ 8pm ET, Wed @ 11am & 10pm, Thurs @ 3am & midnight, Fri @ 9am & 3pm, Sun @ 8pm

‘Rock N Roll Gas Station’ hosted by Jim Testa - Thursday @ 10pm ET, Sun @ 7pm, & Mon @ 6pm
,br> Signal To Noise hosted by Al C – Sunday @ 10pm ET, Monday @ noon


That's all for this week folks.