Check out the film of my Sunday, June 10, 2012 radio interview on WJOB’s Music Underdogs. The show was hosted by Rick Kubic, Kat Marlow, and Larry “The K” Keilman in Hammond, Indiana.
That night, we talked about the possible release of my 21st birthday bootleg concert performance from August 29, 1977 at Ratso’s in Chicago, and the Kickstarter campaign to fund the project. I also got the chance to premiere many never-before-released tracks from the bootleg, and take phone calls from the audience.
We discussed my history, origins as a musician, and my career as an international artist, where I’ve had the true honor of performing and touring alongside such greats as The Police, Iggy Pop, Ramones, Cramps, Scorpions, Sha Na Na, U-2, UB-40, English Beat, XTC, Squeeze, The Stranglers, Ultravox, Dead Boys, Lemonheads, and others. On a more local level, we discussed the history and origins of the Chicago punk, new wave, and alternative scene, which I’ve been credited with starting back in February 1976.
The film, which was done by Guy Rhodes, is 1 hour and 36 minutes long.
Enjoy! – Skafish
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