Show 662 Rock and Roll Circus is now available for streaming in The Underground Garage archives.
Come one, come all, and join us as we are celebrating the Rolling Stones’ Rock & Roll Circus, that featured the Who, Taj Mahal, the super group jam with Eric Clapton, John Lennon, Keith Richards, and Mitch Mitchell, and of course the Stones themselves introducing some new songs, like Jumpin’ Jack Flash.

Underground Cafe featuring Butch Walker

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Welcome to the Underground Cafe a new web exclusive series here on UndergroundGarage.com! The Underground Cafe will be a series of webcasts from friends of the Underground Garage, featuring artists, producers, writers, and more playing their favorite tracks from the show and occasionally venturing outside the playlist and format a bit as well.

For the debut episode we are featuring Butch Walker. Butch is an acclaimed producer, writer, and performer and has been featured on Little Steven’s Underground Garage with The Let’s Go Out Tonites including the track “Hot Girls in Good Moods” on Coolest Songs In the World Vol. 5 and his current band Butch Walker and The Black Widows have had 9 tracks from their new album “The Spade” added into rotation including former Coolest Song In the World “Summer of ‘89”.

So sit back and relax as Butch Walker welcomes you to the Underground Cafe!



Michael Stipe, Iggy Pop, Eddie Vedder and Bono congratulate Little Steven on his 500th episode of the Underground Garage

god, seeing green day last night made me so happy.

i missed seeing them so much. i cant even explain it.

im gonna post all my pics soon.

i got an awesome picture of billie’s socks

and im so happy all my friends got in and that i got see them, made the experience just that much better <3

and guys. when green day came out, it was a MAD house. everyone went nuts. no one else got a reaction from the crowd like them. if i was them, id feel like the shit. haha

Who was the most influential band of the last 30 years? Ultimate Spinach?…No. Modern Folk Quartet?…Good guess, but no. Gene Autry and the Singing Cowboys?…Wrong again! It’s The Ramones baby, and we are celebrating them, everybody who influenced them, everybody they covered, and everybody who covered them. Gabba Gabba Hey!
Available now in The Underground Garage archives.