This week the Rad Crew sits down with comedian John-Michael Bond to talk about musician Warren Zevon. John-Michael describes being exposed to Zevon's music at an early age by his cool minister dad and quickly being taught the difference between "home music" and "church music." Warren Zevon was a complicated guy, but John-Michael admires him for owning up to his dysfunctions, abuse and alcoholism - as well as his dark sense of humor. There's also talk of zydeco music, the band The Locusts, and Natalie frowns a lot.
Weekly Rads: The Women's March, A Series of Unfortunate Events on Netflix, San Francisco's The Walt Disney Museum and Winchester Mystery House
Raddendums: Lawyers Guns and Money, Excitable Boy, Desperados under the Eaves, GG Allin's cover of Carmelita, My Shed's Fucked Up, The Wind, Keep Me in Your Heart, Charles Bukowski, Poor Poor Pitiful Me, Hit Somebody, She's Too Good For Me, Billy Joel, Bad Day** check with Kyle, Plague Soundscapes from The Locusts, Mister Bad Example, Mutineer, Neil Young rockabilly, Frankenhooker, Street Trash, Dario Argento's Opera, The Promise Ring, Converge's Jane Doe, Kacey Musgraves, Jason Isbell, Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner, I'll Sleep When I'm Dead, Life'll Kill Ya, Sturgill Simpson, Billy Wayne Davis on "Goods from the Woods," The Gerbils, The Flaming Tsunamis, Leftover Crack, Miranda Lambert