After a hard fought battle of the bands tournament sponsored by Cold Slither Productions, one group has set themselves apart from the rest as the greatest fictional musical act in pop culture history and that band is Dr Teeth and The Electric Mayhem. The members of this Monumental Muppet Musical Act made a rare public appearance upon winning Cold Slither Madness and we were, of course, there to cover it. For National Puppet Radio, I’m Rhett Kahn.
BATTLE OF THE BANDS
A CHAMPION WILL BE CROWNED
Thanks again to everyone who’s voted in the polls for our #SLITHERMADNESS Battle of the Bands tournament so far. We are now down to the last two bands standing. Here are your final two:
Dr. Teeth and The Electric Mayhem
Jem and The Holograms
Also, you can join us LIVE for the announcement of the #SLITHERMADNESS BotB winner and the prize winners of our Battle of the Bands bracket predictions challenge!
This Wednesday night, April 10th at 10 PM EST, tune in to All Subjects Everything on blogtalkradio (http://blogtalkradio.com/chrisstevensonair) to hear the Cold Slither Crew as guests live to announce the winners. More details below.
BATTLE OF THE BANDS
64 BECOMES 32 BECOMES 16…
LISTEN, HERE’S YOUR FINAL FOUR!!!
Thanks again to everyone who’s voted in the polls for our #SLITHERMADNESS Battle of the Bands tournament so far. We’ve been able to narrow down the field to just four bands left standing. Without any further ado, here’s your Final Four:
Alvin and The Chipmunks…. Dr. Teeth and The Electric Mayhem…
The Blues Brothers… Jem and The Holograms…
Have you ever dreamed about being a ROCK STAR??
Have you ever dreamed about being a MUPPET??
…If so, then your time has finally come…
The RiverBottom Nightmare Band-Camp!
The year was 1984. Big Brother was watching over all of us…but what I want to know is…what were WE watching? Speaking for myself, I was a wolf pup of a mere three years old when the new bread of television programming arrived in September of ‘84.
Using a patented pop-culture research method, I have spent years cultivating I have found a way to literally look back in time to an age when TV was simpler. When fashion was much more corduroy and when people broke records, selling records. The year of Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Four.
Scroll down after the jump to read more and to listen to this week’s episode!