“Batmobile”- Liz Phair
“Supernaut”- Black Sabbath
I WANNA REACH OUT, AND TOUCH THE SKY
“Crazy For You” - Slowdrive (1995)
And Tears Fall- Ghosts (1990)
This week on BABE WAVE- Like A Dream
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Here is the set list for tonights episode of Babe Wave- Forever Young, A Moment of Rock for BEn Todd.
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Tonight on Babe Wave : Forever Young– A Moment of Rock for BEn Todd
Ben Todd, founder of Nashville’s Dead in the summer of 2009, was always the life of the parties, the shows, and the heart & soul of Nashville’s growing underground music scene.
Todd believed in Babe Wave. I want to make this evening’s show in honor of him. No announcements, no song title/artist readings– just music for BEn. On tonights show, I’ll be playing a mix that was in found Ben’s car, a few ‘forever babe’ tunes, as well as a couple of songs sent over by Dillon Watson.
Love has gone away
And there’s no one here now
And there’s nothing left to say
But, oh, how I miss him, baby
Oh, baby, come on and slip away
Come on, baby, why don’t you slip away
Show starts @ 9:30 PM CST
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Nashville’s dead; long live Nashville on GET BENT!
Photo by Julia Bee The news has been circulating since early this morning that Nashville’s Dead founder and D. Watusi bassist Ben Todd passed away sometime yesterday, and we are heartbroken. Whether you knew him well or just knew about him, the sentiments echoed around the internet today…
The guy who was always at the door of shows, drawing lips on your hand after you paid the cover–then jumping to the front of the crowd to yell ever song along side the band. Using the ceiling as a jungle gym during a guitar solo. The guy who called the police one night when I thought my car had been stolen outside of Glenn Danzig’s, but told me to keep thing DL about the rock n’ roll show going on down the street. The guy who sent me a post-it note signed by Jack White when I bought Nashville’s Dead’s first 45” release, later to find out Ben had signed it himself. Ben Fucking Todd.
Ben was the reason Babe Wave became a part of the Nashville’s Dead family. In fact, most Nashville bands can attribute their success to his go-to attitude on proving to the world that Nashville rocks. Even in his absence, it still does and always will.
My heart goes out to everyone this afternoon. FOREVER YOUNG