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What Difference Does It Make Episode 5

    Dave & Holly continue to discuss their love (and hate) of music from 1980. Dave reviews Forbidden Zone, the film debut for The Mystic Knights of The Oingo Boingo and scored by recent high school grad, Danny Elfman. We also discuss the ultimate Yacht Rock concert from Michael McDonald, Kenny Loggins and Christopher […]

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Get Out

If you’re in LA and you’re not at the Hollywood Bowl this weekend to see Danny Elfman well that’s about as sad as Jack Skellington trying to kidnap Santa Claus.  In other words, just go. To whet your appetite, here is Danny in 2013 performing Jack’s Lament. Less than a mile away A Nightmare Before Christmas […]

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Get out during Rocktober

Happy Rocktober!  I don’t care of the expression was played out by 1982, I still wanna rock and the best venue to do that this month is none other than The Hollywood Bowl.   This month, during its “off-season” the Bowl will host 13 events.  All of them are worth checking out except for Jimmy […]

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Get Out for Danny Elfman

Today it’s just a heads up as Danny Elfman’s Music From The Film Of Tim Burton is coming to the Hollywood Bowl for Halloween.  As every Angeleno of a certain age know, Danny’s band Oingo Boingo played Southern California every Halloween.  Danny’s played his soundtrack music a few times in LA and London but never in […]

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Got Out Halloween Edition

Halloween is here which is great news as everyone tries to outdo each other to create the ultimate Halloween experience.  Here are a few things you might want to do after you’ve raided your kids Halloween treats.  Click on the photos to get all the information. Queens of The Stone Age are doing it up […]

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Get Out

If you grew up in Los Angeles in the 80s and early 90s there was one show that always happened in October and that was Oingo Boingo at The Universal Amphitheatre (and later Irvine Meadows).   The band got a few songs placed in classic 80s movies like Sixteen Candles (the classic segue from “True” […]

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