Why weren’t they called The Water Beatles? Was ‘Let It Be’ written for a slasher flick? And plans for the greatest horror film ever made starring Paul McCartney, MC Hammer, Christopher Lee, Steve Vai, Bugs Bunny, Patrick McGoohan, and Iron Maiden.
What if George Orwell had written Buffy The Vampire Slayer and added Robert Palmer, Jon Bon Jovi, and Chevy Chase to the cast?
Why wasn’t Bob Hope in Star Wars Episode IV as promised? And did he make a cameo in Empire Strikes Back to rectify this?
Were The Beatles cannibals? And did they predict White Men Can’t Jump?
Was the Warrant song ‘Cherry Pie’ about Rudyard Kipling? Did Anthony Burgess write a Mowgli & Gizmo buddy movie? Shouldn’t Van Halen’s ‘Unchained’ be in every film ever made? And what does the backyard aquarium business have to do with all this?
Taking in George Orwell, Albert Camus, Kingsley Amis, Van Halen of course, Cast Away, INXS, and much more
Would Morrissey and Marr have liked nothing more than for Canadian power rock trio Rush to cover ‘Push’ by The Cure? What Rush covers do The Cure do live in their 3+ hour sets? And finally ‘Geddy Lee Roth’
Taking in Mary Poppins, Dollywood, Strangeways, Here We Come, and more
Was ‘It’s Not Unusual’ the first ever goth song? What if Bela Lugosi had defied Bauhaus and actually went on to join the band White Zombie? And don’t you want to see a thriller starring James Bond, Indiana Jones, & David Lee Roth?
Well, why wasn’t he? Or in Bowie’s band? And why wasn’t Jon Pertwee? Young Southpaw explores these and other questions as well as contemplating the idea of perhaps the ultimate supergroup of Van Halen, George Clinton, Wilson Phillips, and everybody’s favourite 80’s beer-toting canine, Spuds Mackenzie.
Taking in One Day At A Time, David Bowie, Diamond Dogs, Pin Ups, Iggy Pop, Beach Boys, Doctor Who, The Replacements, and much more