Tag Archives: Sacred
* Santoro owns everyone, guests and Jonesy alike, by using his soundboard. He also retires his “seminars” for good this time. Or does he?
* Everyone may think The Stabcast doesn’t know Jack. . .but now they do. He plays guitar for the band Borderline Heros, and though he can’t spell, he talks to the guys.
* Are a Yahoo Search and two criminal accusations enough to keep Jonesy away from Sacred Grounds?
* Guitar player and vocalist for Philly band The Great American Soundtrack calls in to banter with the guys about nicknames, college life, and of course, music.
* The Stabcast is giving away 2 FREE iTunes Gift Cards this week! Listen to show #13 to find out how YOU can win!
- Santoro broke his CD player, so he gets Diana of Boy Girl Sleepover to sing for him.
- Philly hip hop artist Tony Two-Step calls in to talk about his unique sound.
- Jonesy manipulates Bruce from The Cool Kids Table into calling himself and some other people.
- Members of Jersey band Amora Bliss, Steve and Derek, as well as Derek’s mom, talk to the Stabcast about Chinese food and brownies.
•Jonesy and Santoro recap their triumphant return to Sacred Grounds, making their first appearance of the year after a LONG 2 week hiatus from the venue.
•After meeting the guys at Sacred, Bill Aftermath comes on the show to talk about his newly formed band: Plan the Escape.
•More of Santoro’s Sex-Ed, and Jonesy’s music!
•Mike, drummer for Philly rock band Chicago Violin, calls in to the show, talking about music and car crashes.
•Find out what happens when Santoro calls the “Bruce, From The Cool Kids Table Hotline”
The phones get a work-out as Santoro stages some fake calls between the friendly rival bands Boy Girl Sleepover and The Cool Kids Table. Dan, the guitarist of hardcore band With Love Comes Sacrifice, talks to the Stabcast about his band, and about their show at Sacred Grounds. Even though he still has no material besides a new parody song, Jonesy ponies up to save a segment with a classic fail-safe prank call. Sean represents his band Left to Vanish as he calls in to promote this “Funk Metalcore” band’s upcoming national CD release, and spring tour. Santoro and Jonesy introduce a new phone-based segment to answer the need for bands to get on the Stabcast.