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Welcome to the Nothing Shocking Podcast Episode 145. On this weeks episode our guest is keyboardist John Bechdel. John has played with everybody under the industrial umbrella: Ministry, Killing Joke, Prong, Murder Inc, Fear Factory to name a few. John also has a documentary about his life out there called “Killing The Joke: The John Bechdel Story.
Ragged Records in Davenport & Rock Island are both participating in this years Black Friday Record Store Day and as usual Ragged will obtain as many of the RSD releases as we can get our hands on. BOTH stores will be opening at 9:00 AM so you'll have two opportunities to get what you are looking for.
List of BFRSD titles for 2018:
BOTH RAGGED RECORDS locations and TRASH CAN ANNIE VINTAGE CLOTHING will have 20% off all used and vintage items.
Live music all day starting at 9:00AM in Davenport from:
9:00 AM - Sean Ryan (Dawn solo) 10:00 AM - Jenny Lynn Stacy
11:00 AM - Anthony Worden & the Illiterati
12:00 PM - Erin Moore
1:00 PM - Jeff Tady
2:00 PM - Chrash
Live Music in Rock Island starting at 5:00PM and going until closing:
5:00 PM IJ Morrison: https://ijmorrison.bandcamp.com/
6:00 PM Seth Knappen: https://sethknappen.bandcamp.com/
7:00 PM Safari Code: https://safaricode.bandcamp.com/
JOHN CHRIST OF DANZIG & SAMHAIN
John Christ, is a professional musician, performer and guitar instructor. John performed on more than six critically acclaimed rock and roll albums when he was the lead guitarist for the rock group, Danzig. Danzig’s hit song, Mother, was an international Billboard top 200 hit in 1993. Danzig also toured with Metallica, Black Sabbath, and Slayer through the U.S. John also toured with Danzig through Canada, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, parts of Asia, and South America. After leaving Danzig, John Christ released his own solo CD, Flesh Caffeine in 1998. He also worked as a session musician for movie soundtracks and composed music for movie and television trailers. He performed for TV stations such as ABC and Nine Network Australia. These performances included working with artists including Tom Jones and Lou Rawls.