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Arcade Fire covers show local love
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If you've been paying attention to Arcade Fire's recent North American tour, you might have noticed a pattern: the band is incorporating covers into their sets (as bands tend to do), but with a local twist. For instance, their "soundclash" in L.A. earlier this summer featured the Beverly Hills Cop theme and the opening riff from "Welcome To The Jungle." More
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RadioBDC Sports: Zuri Berry previews Patriots-Eagles preseason
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Zuri Berry has been in Foxboro all week, monitoring joint practices and taking copious notes. He joined me earlier to talk about what to expect from Preseason Game 2 tomorrow at Gillette. (Spoiler alert: you're going to see all three quarterbacks.) More
Our morning man and news guy takes two minutes to memorialize the comic great. Listen. Yoenis Cespedes hit his first homer in a Red Sox uniform in Anaheim over the weekend, but is he worth keeping next season? Clay Buchholz gave the Sox 8 strikeouts over 8 innings on Saturday, but is he worth keeping next season? Jackie Bradley Jr. is a defensive spectacle who can’t seem to hit major... Read more » Listen to Grrl Power every Wednesday and Sunday night at 9pm, only on RadioBDC. To view the full playlist from the previous Grrl Power, click here. Hip-hop legend Darryl McDaniels–DMC of RunDMC–joined us before his appearance at Boston Comic Con this weekend. He spoke at length about the beginnings of hip-hop, his role has a rapper, growing up reading comic books, and how Sarah McLachlan saved his life. It was an amazing bit of radio. Listen. Boston.com’s Zuri Berry called in live from Virginia to recap the Patriots’ joint practices with Washington and to preview their first preseason game Thursday night. Of course, I had to ask him if he got one of those cool t-shirts, too. “The clams don’t stand a chance.” This week’s Henry in the grub kicked off with a visit from Adam Simha of MKS Knife. We talked about the amazing clam knife Adam just made for me and the art and skill that goes into making knives. As reported by BDCwire, Mayor Marty Walsh declared Wednesday, August 6 as “Godsmack Day” in Boston. Listen to me and BDCwire’s Perry Eaton explain why this is a bad, bad thing.