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FOF #2563 - Incredibly Strange Christmas Music, Vol. 9 - Don't Be Stingy Santa - 12.19.17

FOF #2563 – Incredibly Strange Christmas Music, Vol. 9 – Don’t Be Stingy Santa

Ever since Santa Claus became the Christmas, folks have been giving him a hard time for what is or isn’t in his sack when he comes down their chimneys.

But, the true spirit of Christmas may not be about what you get, it’s about what you give so today we are giving it to you good with our Incredibly Strange Christmas Music Vol. 9 featuring artists inspired by Eartha Kitt’s Santa Baby and Clarence Carter’s Back Door Santa.

FOF #2547 - Who Really Let the Dogs Out? - 10.30.17

FOF #2547 – Who Really Let the Dogs Out?

In survey after survey people have named “Who Let the Dogs Out” one of the most annoying songs of all time. The Baha Men’s song only reached number 40 on the Billboard charts but the song’s licensing to movies, karaoke dolls, and to sports stadiums made it one of the most heavily marketed songs in history.

Our guest today is music enthusiast Ben Sisto who created a multi-media presentation “Who Let Who Let the Dogs Out Out” which tells the amazing story of this one hit wonder.

Posted in: Music, Podcast 12 months ago 0
FOF #2543 - Zombie Bathhouse A Go-Go - 10.19.17

FOF #2543 – Zombie Bathhouse A Go-Go

Zombies are usually portrayed as mindless creatures who crave human flesh to survive, but in the new musical, Zombie Bathhouse, the undead still crave human flesh, they just don’t necessarily want to swallow.

Today, the creators of Zombie Bathhouse, Brian Kirst and Scott Free, join us to talk about how to survive a zombie outbreak at a bathhouse with a little song and dance.

FOFA #2468 - Uncovering Gay Anthems - 06.02.17

FOFA #2468 – Uncovering Gay Anthems

With the exception of songs like Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” or Diana Ross’ “I’m Coming Out,” very few pop songs written as a tribute to LGBT folks have ever reached the top of the charts.

But that doesn’t mean the songs that weren’t so gay to begin with couldn’t end up being the soundtrack at our favorite bars, drag shows or pride celebrations.

Today, we take a look at songs that didn’t start out as gay anthems, but somehow the cover versions ultimately became LGBT legendary tracks.

Posted in: Music, Podcast 1 year ago 0
Sample FOF #2468 - Uncovering Gay Anthems - 03.29.17

Sample FOF #2468 – Uncovering Gay Anthems

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With the exception of songs like Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” or Diana Ross’ “I’m Coming Out,” very few pop songs written as a tribute to LGBT folks have ever reached the top of the charts. But that doesn’t mean the songs that weren’t so gay to begin with couldn’t end up being a huge part of LBGT history.

Today, we take a look at songs that didn’t start out as gay anthems, but somehow the cover versions ultimately became LGBT legendary tracks. To listen to whole episode visit www.feastoffun.com/plus and become a member.

Posted in: Music, Podcast 2 years ago 1
FOF #2468 - Uncovering Gay Anthems - 03.29.17

FOF #2468 – Uncovering Gay Anthems

With the exception of songs like Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” or Diana Ross’ “I’m Coming Out,” very few pop songs written as a tribute to LGBT folks have ever reached the top of the charts.

But that doesn’t mean the songs that weren’t so gay to begin with couldn’t end up being the soundtrack at our favorite bars, drag shows or pride celebrations.

Today, we take a look at songs that didn’t start out as gay anthems, but somehow the cover versions ultimately became LGBT legendary tracks.

Posted in: Music, Podcast 2 years ago 0
FOF #2435 - The Experimental Sounds of Sxip Shirey - 01.18.17

FOF #2435 – The Experimental Sounds of Sxip Shirey

One of the most inventive musicians I’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing is Sxip Shirey who grew up in the foothills of the Appalachian mountains and went on to became one of the world’s most beloved performers of unusual musical instruments.

Today, my soul brother Sxip Shirey joins us to talk about his new album A Bottle of Whiskey and a Handful of Bees.

Posted in: Interviews, Music, Musicians, Podcast 2 years ago 1
FOF #2395 - Diary of a Punk Princess - 09.20.16

FOF #2395 – Diary of a Punk Princess

The punk rock scene of Los Angeles in 1970’s was a complete rejection of the commodification of music and youth culture, but after awhile, it experienced a massive fall out.

Today, punk rock royalty Pleasant Gehman, who recently wrote a chapter for the book “Under The Big Black Sun: A Personal History Of L.A. Punk” joins us to recall some of her magical times cavorting in the punk rock scene.

Posted in: Interviews, Music, Podcast, Writers 2 years ago 1
VIDEO: Son of a Preacher Man - Tom Goss

VIDEO: Son of a Preacher Man – Tom Goss

Tom Goss gives lesbian singer Dusty Springfield’s “Son of a Preacher Man” a gay twist with teens who fall in love. Look closely at the congregation at church and you’ll see the lovely Deven Green sitting in the pews.

Posted in: Music, Videos 3 years ago 1
FOF #2285 - The Sexiest TV Theme Songs Ever - 02.04.16

FOF #2285 – The Sexiest TV Theme Songs Ever

TV theme songs just aren’t what they used to be. Maybe it’s because we grew up watching these shows, but there’s no denying that theme songs from the 70s and 80s were pop chart hits, and still get us going to this day.

Today DJ Marc Moose Moder joins us to talk about some of our favorite TV theme songs from the 70s and 80s– songs that were actually so loved by the audience they got air play on the radio.

Posted in: Music, Musicians, Podcast, Television 3 years ago 6