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Wilder Time #86 Go For It!

Go For It!

The “Internet Man” is back live! Had a nice relaxing vacay, spent exploring the rocky coast of California! I did something I normally don’t do; I revamped this week’s playlist because of TWO brand new songs from two of my favorite bands: The Kaiser Chiefs with The Record Collection and Of Monsters and Men with Alligators!

  • We have a great stickie tonight with the song Just a Little Bit by the Undertakers along with other great bands including: The Dollyrots, Ed Sheeran, Bruce Springsteen, and two great musical legends – Neil Yong and Paul Anka!
  • Reviewed the stats from the last two weeks and found out that South Korea is our 44th country to join us at Radio Wilder – Please welcome South Korea!
  • We now have had 101 countries that have gone to the show along with 950 cities!
  • I want to thank Dave for “swizling” up the shows for the last two weeks while I was on vacation and for Ruthie to get the shows up!
  • This week’s show will be up and live sometime on Friday – right after Ruth cleans up around the house.

As always you can catch us on, spotify, or on ITunes under podcasts!

Wishing you all a fantastic weekend, and thanks for listening!

Harry and the Wilder Bunch!

About the author, Terry

Music….My faithful, lifetime companion.

It started with my turquoise transistor radio when I was nine years old, at thirteen seeing teen idol Ricky Nelson wowing the girls with his singing and guitar playing. It was then I knew I wanted to be a rock n ‘ roll musician and who knows why, to play drums. My dream became a reality and I loved playing rock n ‘ roll with five different bands, getting to tour in California and experiencing the closeness that bands can feel when they become tight and are playing great stuff! I have come full circle and because of a wonderful, crazy life and never losing my love for rock n’ roll music, I am back playing music again in my personal music book, Radio Wilder. How cool is that?

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