Coulton on Radio, World Ends in Fiery Apocalypse

July 5th, 2005

On Friday afternoon as I was leaving for the train station (headed down to DC to visit with some old a cappella singing friends, ahem, more on that later), I got a call from a guy named David Lawrence. He does a syndicated radio show called the Net Music Countdown, which is a countdown show based on charts of online airplay and downloads. David’s chosen Ikea as the Net Unknown track for the next show, which is very exciting – no idea what stations you can get it on, but there is a podcast, so check it out. He also asked me to join him for some interview time on The David Lawrence Show last Friday night (7/1). We chatted about many things and he was kind enough to play a couple of my songs. He also did a lovely dramatic reading of the Ikea lyrics. I didn’t get a chance to post about it ahead of time, but you can listen to the mp3 online. Thanks David!

4 Responses to “Coulton on Radio, World Ends in Fiery Apocalypse”

  1. jpez says:

    >>Apocalype

    Error or obscure word?

  2. JC says:

    Apocalype!? Apocalype!? What the hell do I think I’m doing running a website when I can’t even spell “apocalypse” correctly? And now I’m having that thing where the word just looks meaningless to me. Apocalypse, apocalypse, apocalypse. Wow.

    Thanks jpez. I’m going to call you “jpez the eagle-eyed hawk man” from now on…

  3. Sarah says:

    Apocalypso. It’s the swingin’ sound of the end of the world!

  4. jpez says:

    I’m a legend in the making. w00t.