Browse: Public Access TV: The Scott & Gary Show

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Come all ye Heathens to Scott & Gary's Christmas episode. Oh wait! It’s the kind of Alter Boy that believes thou shalt be pummeled with sonic intertwining guitars. On this episode Gary decides ...Read More
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Little Beastie Boys and Girl (Kate Schellenbach of Luscious Jackson), during the era of “Cookie Puss” mania. See the early stages of their charm in insightful interview. Driving them to the stu...Read More
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The famous first episode of "The Scott & Gary Show," filmed in black & white. Ben went on to write theme music for "Third Rock" and "That '70s Show," and has worked with classic artists like Ch...Read More
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Scott & Gary thought it proper to start inviting back some of their favorite guests to see how they were and what they were up to. Well, the talented Mr. Vaughn was up to mucho. He drove his ‘6...Read More
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It was the Butthole’s first trip to the big city and Scott & Gary caught them in all their psychedelic desert drug haze glory. Following in the footsteps of fellow Texans the Thirteenth Floor E...Read More
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Recording for cool indie label Twin Tone, a native Minnesota-ian, and living in a comic book shop (no joke) made Curtiss A a natural for Scott & Gary. His disk was full of hard plucked electric...Read More
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Crawling from the swamp that had birthed Philadelphia’s fabled Sick Kids, the Yahoos put the rockin’ in rockin’ bones. They had just worked on an EP with Lux and Ivy of the Cramps producing and...Read More
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Prime ½ Japanese. Personal victory for Scott & Gary was getting these superstars. Brother David did not make the trip. With Don Fleming (Gumball) on guitar, the brilliant Jon Dreyfuss on sax an...Read More
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Containing past members of D.C.'s legendary Chumps along with future Workdogs, No King sounded the way Scott thought The Dream Syndicate was supposed to sound. Their manic beat urban dramas wer...Read More
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The original home cassette artist (close to 250 releases), and son of Sun session man Bob Moore makes a very rare live appearance. The Nashville transplant weaves his cult like influence over a...Read More
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New York Crunchabilly. Rip snorting stampede of roots rock and roll fueled by Alligator Wine. One of Scott & Gary's favorite bands who actually opened for The Banshees at Radio City! A great bu...Read More
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Dr. Eugene Chadbourne, future Shimmy Disc impresario Kramer and drummer Licht. Scott gets a lesson in playing the electric garden rake. The Shockers played one of their prototypical alternative...Read More
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Members of the tangerine marshmallow underground ring true like a Carnaby Street dream. In this episode Gary and Scott face off in the battle of the Jerry Colonna ("who?”) impersonators. Scott ...Read More
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Always blazing (behind) TV’s ever changing technology, Scott and Gary attempt Public Access’s first 3D broadcast! Featuring the quirky nerd pop and poetic flourishes of the Beatoes. Hailing fro...Read More
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This was Scott & Gary's Bar Mitzvah episode, number 13. They needed a real man’s band and got it with the Clintons' twangy country rock with a hint of glam. The Clintons were staple of New York...Read More
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Intense pop rock with moody introspective lyrics. This episode includes a commercial for the cult film, “Terminator Exterminator." Scott attempts the spinning plate on a pole schtick he had see...Read More
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Scott & Gary's first episode taped in Maryland, their first one-hour show, and no one knew quite what to expect. They had established a relationship with kindred spirit Jeff Krulik who ran the ...Read More
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The Cookies were a very young band of garage poppers. They gained a footnote in music history by being the band that decided to go to Athens Georgia and showed up on the front porch of REM’s Pe...Read More