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Episode 75:
Cheap Trick





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How does one get to be an in person audience member? I would love it!! Another great episode!! Thank you!!
- posted by HeatherT - October 18, 2016
I have seen many of the shows with personal favorites like Joe Walsh, John Rzeznik, and Billy Gibbons, but the show the house band and Cheap Trick put on has me hooked still months after the episode ran. Taxman, Mr. Thief and Heaven were bonafide jam sessions. My vote for best show!
- posted by Maprides - August 26, 2016
Great Cheap Trick show, Family Man and Burn Me Up an extra treat. I have been listening to their new album, its great. Rock On! Greetings from Toronto, Canada.
- posted by michaellane - July 17, 2016
I love Robin Zander's voice in "You Burn Me Up" I'm a cigarette! Still echoing in my mind. Would love to see these songs and all of LFDH catalog available in iTunes or on this website available for purchase
- posted by JackSchidt - July 9, 2016
OUTSTANDING. ANOTHER GREAT PARTNERSHIP. Love Love Love that we can see/hear the tune-ups. Thanks for taking us somewhere new. Mel
- posted by melzig - July 2, 2016
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Cheap Trick
Cheap Trick is part of the very fiber of American music, inspiring and delighting generations with their unique union of massive melodies and razorblade riffs, their own special brand of mischievous wit and maximum rock ‘n’ roll. Frontlined since 1974 by Robin Zander (vocals, rhythm guitar), Rick Nielsen (lead guitar), and Tom Petersson (bass guitar), the Rockford, IL-born band is set to impact still another era with the spectacular new BANG ZOOM CRAZY...HELLO, their 17th studio collection and first in more than five years. Co-produced by Cheap Trick and GRAMMY® Award winner Julian Raymond (Glen Campbell, Fastball), songs like “Heart On The Line” and the turbulent first single, “When I Wake Up Tomorrow,” are deeply connected to the band’s own irrepressible history just as they accelerate their trademark sound and vision into the now. The glorious “Long Time No See Ya” marks another in a long line of salutations spanning “ELO Kiddies” and “Hello There” to “Goodnight” and “Say Goodbye,” while the piledriving “Do You Believe Me” showcases dueling solos from Nielsen and six-string icon Wayne Kramer – a milestone meeting of the long established Midwestern mutual appreciation society between Cheap Trick and the mighty MC5. BANG ZOOM CRAZY...HELLO prove Cheap Trick to be as energetic and idiosyncratically irresistible as ever before, a callback to their classic canon yet somehow as inventive and exciting as a bunch of crazy kids just coming out of the garage.

“We wanted to make something that was new and fresh but also going back to our 70s sound and feel,” Zander says, “this Midwestern rock band that’s got a hard edge but still plays pop music.”

“It’s loud and it’s noisy,” Nielsen says, “which is exactly what we are. It sounds like there’s a lot going on but really it’s just a three piece band with a great singer.”

Cheap Trick are of course a indisputable institution, beloved for their instantly identifiable, hugely influential, powerhouse pop rock ‘n’ roll. The constant core of the band remains one of a kind – three guys, four chords, and tunes that will last in perpetuity, from “He’s A Whore,” “California Man” and “Dream Police” to “Surrender,” “I Want You To Want Me” and the worldwide #1 hit single, “The Flame.”

“The songs are why everybody knows Cheap Trick,” Nielsen says. “We have some good songs. ‘I Want You To Want Me” has been around for 40 years but people still love it. And even if you’re sick of it, it’s over in three minutes! The songs are still relevant, they still have the right words and the right emotion to move 99% of all humans.”
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