The Weekly Comet hosts Tamara Conniff & Jonathan McHugh welcome “Savages” composer Adam Peters and singer & songwriter Steve Poltz on their special show and after party celebrating the one year anniversary of the show!
Adam Peters, former rhythm master of Echo and the Bunnymen, talks about his new score to the Oliver Stone film “Savages” and dives into the director/composer relationship.
KCRW DJ Jason Kramer’s Pick of the Week is Bloc Party. On August 21, the band will be releasing their new album “Four” on Frenchkiss Records ater a four year hiatus. Plus Jason talks about Spoeke Mathambo, Terraplane Sun and The Record Company.
Singer & songwriter Steve Poltz. His music – as both a solo artist and with cult legends the? Rugburns – has toped the charts. Steve’s new album “Noineen Noiny Noin” was just released by Arrival Records. He talks he new album, his touring life, and what it’s like writing music for a documentary.
Steve the wows the crowd during the after party in what can be best described as performance art. He is the ultimate storyteller and stellar performer. His story about a Mexican drug bust he took part in with Jewel is priceless. And the party then grooves to the DJ sounds of Hunnnypot’s John Anderson.