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Best Garage Rock Radio Show New York 2002 - LITTLE STEVEN'S UNDERGROUND GARAGE

As I nurse my weekend's-over hangover, I tune in to the best two hours of music going—LITTLE STEVEN'S UNDERGROUND GARAGE. Steve Van Zandt—musician (Bruce), actor (The Sopranos, dude!), and now DJ—broadcasts his show locally Sunday nights at 10, on Q104.3, mixing blasts from the past like the Searchers' "Needles and Pins," missed should-have-been-classics like "Eye to Eye" from Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, and even new tunes from bands who could otherwise only get played by shifty lawyers and greedy club owners (Black Rebel Motorcycle Club's "What Ever Happened to My Rock 'N' Roll," Cotton Mather's "40 Watt Solution"). You need rock and roll? Little Steven's got your rock and roll right here, baby!
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