Sunday, June 26, 2022



Sunday, June 26, 2022
KSFR, Santa Fe, NM
10 p.m. to midnight Sundays Mountain Time
Host: Steve Terrell 101.1 FM
Email me during the show! terrell(at)

Here's my playlist :

OPENING THEME: Let It Out (Let it All Hang Out) by The Hombres
Bodies by Sex Pistols
Who Do You Love by Ronnie Hawkins
I'm Insane by T-Model Ford
Love by Country Joe & The Fish
Beatin' on the Bars by Bender
I Stopped the Duke of Earl by The Upfronts
It's Love to Me by The Escorts
She's My Baby by Flash Terry
Never Take the Place of Your Man by The Goo Goo Dolls with Lance Diamond
Rebecca Rodifer by The Gaunga Dyns

Penny and the Young Buck by The Gluey Brothers
It's Mighty Crazy by Barrence Whitfield & The Savages
Puddin' Truck by NRBQ
Cabbage Head by Professor Longhair
Homemade Pie by Johnny Dowd
Voodoo Eyes by The Silhouettes
Bastards of Young by The Replacements
FDK (Fearless Doctor Killers) by Mudhoney

Dead Man's Shoes by Chuck E. Weiss
Pimps Don't Like It by Juke Joint Pimps
Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White by The Standells
Lovesick Blues by Little Richard
Darling Nikki by Prince & The Revolution
Rose Mary by The Five Satins
Rockin' Behind the Iron Curtain by Bobby Marchan
We're All Gonna Die Someday by Kasey Chambers
Fuck Off by Audrey Auld

Sea of Heartbreak by Meat Puppets
Why Be a Fool by The Nobles
I Wish Someone Would Care by Irma Thomas
Matamoros by The Afghan Whigs
Too Far Gone by Waylon Jennings
Still I Think of It by Brian Wilson
Trouble in Mind by Mavis Staples with Levon Helm
CLOSING THEME: Over the Rainbow by Jerry Lee Lewis

Sunday, June 19, 2022


Sunday, June 19, 2022
KSFR, Santa Fe, NM
10 p.m. to midnight Sundays Mountain Time
Host: Steve Terrell 101.1 FM
Email me during the show! terrell(at)

Here's my playlist :

OPENING THEME: Let It Out (Let it All Hang Out) by The Hombres
Cretin Hop by The Ramones
Take Me to the Fires by The Waco Brothers
Crazy Mixed Up World by Little Walter
Stormy by King Salami & The Cumberland 3
Wooly Bully by Ros Serey Sothea
Go-Go Girls by Sam the Sham & The Pharaohs
Greyhound by Pat Todd & The Rankoutsiders
Snake and Go Nuts by Bender
On My Way to Houston by Powell St. John & The Aliens
Crime Don't Pay by The Nobles

Judas Cradle by Sugar
Feel the Pain by Dinosaur Jr.
Come by Fleetwood Mac
Sisters of the Moon by Camper Van Beethoven
Mechanical Flattery by Lydia Lunch
Alien Suicide by Bad Mojos
Voodoo Woman by The Shades

The Vampire Dog of Jesus Christ by Gregg Turner Group
Where Were You by The Mekons
Daddy Was a Preacher but Mama Was a Go Go Girl by Southern Culture on the Skids
I Like It Small by Mudhoney
Worm Town by Jon Spencer & The Hitmakers
Devil's Vine by Ghost Wolves
No Tellin; When by The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band
Junko Partner by Hindu Love Gods
Telephone Man by Quintron & Miss Pussycat
I Got Fired by The Mistakes

High Shelf Booze by Eilen Jewell
I Can't Lose by Holly Golightly & The Brokeoffs
Leave Her For Me by The Jades
Loretta and The Insect World by Giant Sand
El Paso by Calexico
My Old Man by Steve Earle
CLOSING THEME: Over the Rainbow by Jerry Lee Lewis

Thursday, June 16, 2022


The international Make Music Day celebration, which began in France, is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year with free music events in more than a thousand cities in more than 100 countries across the globe -- including Santa Fe – on Summer Solstice, June 21.

But the impulse to make music around the time of the solstice goes back far beyond 40 years.

“I understand its roots go back to the Renaissance,” said Evan Galpert, who is working as a consultant for the city of Santa Fe helping coordinate Make Music Day events here. “It was a day for people to have a jovial time in their otherwise bleak lives.”

A 2019 article in the online publication Vox noted, “The date isn’t just significant for being the summer solstice. It’s also close to the Feast of Saint-Jean-Baptiste, or St. John the Baptist, a day that was historically marked by a major celebration in France (and is still a national holiday in Quebec), and which itself was partly chosen by the church to coincide with summer solstice celebrations. So the inclination to celebrate around this date has existed for centuries …”

There will be many ways to celebrate with music in Santa Fe on this Make Music Day.

Galpert described some of the events planned for Make Music Day events in the Santa Fe area. (And, as per the rules, all events are free.) 

Wild Bongo Alec beats out that rhythm at the 2021
Make Music Day drum circle at the Candyman

• Once again, there will be a drum circle at The Candyman Strings and Things, 851 St. Michael’s Drive, between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. The store will be giving away ProMark drumsticks (while supplies last). This year there will be some steel drums available for playing, courtesy of the Panyard company.

• There will be musical performances on the patio of Cerrillos Station, 15B 1st St, in the village of Cerrillos. Among those performing are are singer Busy McCarroll (who first brought Make Music Day to Santa Fe in the 1990s), who will be performing with her elementary and high school age songwriting class, The Thunderstorm Club. They go on at 11 a.m. Also performing at this venue are Lucy Barna, who kicks off the show at 10:30 a.m.; Jasper McCoy, 12 p.m.; Jim Almand, 1 p.m.; and Charlie Overbey at 2 p.m. Other acts may be added.

• At the Southside Public Library, 6599 Jaguar Drive, there’s a harmonica instruction with Phil Arnold, with free Hohner Harmonicas to be given away at 10 a.m.; a “Uke Strum-along” with the Queen Bee Music Association at 1 p.m. and a Singing Circle with soul and folk artist Joseph Ewatuya between 2:30 p.m. and 4 p.m.

• Speaking of Queen Bee Music, they will be giving free guitar lessons at the Club Teen Center in Santa Fe Place Mall beginning at 3 p.m. There will be some Panyard steel drums available at the teen center for those who’d like to play them.

• Starting at 6 p.m. Tumbleroot, 2791 Agua Fria will have a special Make Music Day lineup featuring singer-Songwriter C.N. Byrd at 6 p.m., followed by Half Pint & The Growlers, playing jazz, swing and blues at 7 p.m. and electronic rock and pop by Dream Noise at 8 p.m.

Torri Taiko: Emily Walukas (left) and
Dana Wisehart (right)

• At Santa Fe Brewing Company, 35 Fire Place (off N.M. 14), Torri Taiko, a local group specializing in Japanese percussion instruments, will kick off the venue’s Make Music Day festivities at 6 p.m. Then C.N. Byrd, fresh off his Tumbleroot gig, will perform at 6:45 p.m. 

• And this year, Santa Fe’s Make Music will include karaoke on the Plaza. Crash Karaoke Show, which hosts programs at various local venues, will bring the Santa Fe Karaoke Invitational to the 2022 Santa Fe Plaza Concert Series. This will feature the best karaoke masters – they’re shooting for 24 singers -- from all the Crash Karaoke venues. The show, presented by AMP Concerts, is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m.

But it’s not too late to register as a performer or a venue for Make Music Day. In fact, there is a plea on the local website for “representation from the Heavy Metal community” The site says, “Santa Fe has no shortage of great metal bands. So, let’s show the world what we’ve got!”

Businesses, schools, churches, and other institutions wishing to include their outdoor spaces as concert and musical activity locations also can register at the website.

You have until June 19 – two days before the celebration – to register. Go to .  Venues must comply with COVID-19 restrictions.

History: Make Music Day has origins in the government of France. In October 1981, Jack Lang, the French Minister of Culture, appointed Maurice Fleuret, a composer and music journalist, as director of music and dance.

A national study had shown that showed that half of France’s young people played a musical instrument. That sparked an idea for Fleuret: He was determined to create a national festival dedicated to give all sorts of musicians – all ages, all genres, all skill levels, professional and amateur – the opportunity to perform.

He called it “FĂȘte de la Musique,” which he saw as  “non-directive celebration, which brings together all French people for whom music matters.”

In 1981, months before the first FĂȘte de la Musique, Fleuret declared, “Music will be everywhere and the concert will be nowhere!” 

Fleuret, in 1983, said. “We needed an event that would allow us to measure what place music occupied in individual and collective life. A spectacular movement of awareness, a spontaneous impetus to alert public opinion and perhaps also … the political class.”

As the culture minister envisioned, it wasn’t one big show on one big stage. Rather there were hundreds of performances “everywhere in the streets, squares, kiosks, courtyards, gardens, stations, squares …” according to the French Ministry of Culture’s website.

Within a few years the idea spread to other countries, including the U.S.

Here in Santa Fe, organizations and businesses helping this year’s local celebration include the New Mexico Arts Foundation, the city of Santa Fe’s Arts and Culture Department. The Candyman Strings and Things, Amp Concerts, Kludgit Sound, Hutton Broadcasting and K Suave radio (99.9 FM and 810 AM).

“It’s a big community event,” Galpert said. “It’s driven by volunteers, people volunteering their time and talent.”

Make Music Day is a non-profit organization. If you’d like to offer a tax-deductible donation, please email

The Sunstroke Sessions: Busy McCarroll, far left, suffered 
sunstroke during the show at the Santa Fe Railyards at the 
 2015 Make Music Day. But still she persisted, joining 
Eliza & Tony Gilkyson -- with Susan Hyde Holmes.

Sunday, June 12, 2022


Sunday, June 12, 2022
KSFR, Santa Fe, NM
10 p.m. to midnight Sundays Mountain Time
Host: Steve Terrell 101.1 FM
Email me during the show! terrell(at)

Here's my playlist :

OPENING THEME: Let It Out (Let it All Hang Out) by The Hombres
Cesspool by The Electric Mess
End of it All by The Ghost Wolves
I'm Gone by Graveyard Train
Mother of Earth by The Gun Club
Repent All Purges by Gregg Turner Group
Tall Cool One by The Wailers
Twice Removed by The Contortions
I Bet You by Bender
Modern Frankenstein by King Khan Unlimited

Monkey Island by 13th Floor Elevators
Crushed Grass by Thee Oh Sees
Primitive by The Cramps
No More Hotdogs by Hasil Adkins
Louisiana Twist by June Bug Bailey
Cold Blooded Murder by Bad Mojos
No Good Lover by Pat Todd & The Rank Outsiders
Beautiful Disease by He Who Cannot Be Named
It's a Wonderful Life of Sin by The Dwarves
You Can't Judge a Book by The Cover by Bo Diddley

Golden Era of Doo Wops set 

I'll Make You Understand by The Performers
Newly Wed by The Orchids
Embraceable You by The Jumping Jacks
I Really Don't Want to Know by The Flamingos
Bila by The Versatones
Laverne by The Earls
Whadaya Want? by The Debs
Love Nobody by The Rockettes
Bang Bang Shoot 'em Up Daddy by The Emblems
So Long Young Girl by The 5 Thrills

Mess Around by Eilen Jewell
The Gypsy by Cornell Hurd
I Walk by Your House by The Reigning Sound
To Make Me Feel Your Love by Mike Edison & Guadalupe Plata

R.I.P Julee Cruise

Questions in a World of Blue

CLOSING THEME: Over the Rainbow by Jerry Lee Lewis

Sunday, June 05, 2022


Sunday, June 5, 2022
KSFR, Santa Fe, NM
10 p.m. to midnight Sundays Mountain Time
Host: Steve Terrell 101.1 FM
Email me during the show! terrell(at)

Here's my playlist :

OPENING THEME: Let It Out (Let it All Hang Out) by The Hombres
Astral Plane by The Modern Lovers
Mrs. Rampage by Les Grys-Grys
Germ vs. Jerk by Jon Spencer & The Hitmakers
It Should Have Been Me by Ray Charles
Promised Land by Pat Todd & The Rank Outsiders
Barn Door's Open by Dave Del Monte & The Cross Country Boys
Iggy Pop Became a Horrific Monster by Bender
Home by Iggy Pop
Crime of Love by Jack Oblivian

Lazy Bones by WITCH
Block the Comet by Quintron & Miss Pussycat
I Would Die 4 U/Baby I'm a Star by Prince & The Revolution
Who Stole the Kishka by Frankie Yankovic

Crazy Mixed Up World / Shakin' All Over by Eilen Jewell
I'm Shakin' by Little Willie John
Spin That Girl by Lovestruck
Lusty Little Lucy by Nick Curran & The Lowlifes
Going Back to Memphis by The Soledad Brothers
To the Left to the Right by T-Model Ford
But Officer by Sonny Knight
Just Dropped In to See What Condition My Condition Was In by Mojo Nixon

Amazons and Coyotes by The Dreamlovers
Mr. Werewolf by The Kac-Ties
Guided Missiles by The Cufflinks
Sleepy Desert Moon by The Susan Hyde Holmes Brotherhood with Shannon McNally
Her Father Didn't Like Me Anyway by Shane MacGowan & The Popes
Big American Problem by Drywall
CLOSING THEME: Over the Rainbow by Jerry Lee Lewis


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