This is a special encore episode of BlissVille, Misadventures In BlissVille commemorating the 2015 New York Mets and their Division Series win against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Tonight, game 1 of the National League Championship Series against the Chicago Cubs begins. On April 6th (opening day), earlier this year, Stevie came by and we discussed, among other things, the Mets’ chances for the season.
This is BlissVille, Misadventures in BlissVille, and it is my pleasure and honor to welcome Stevie T from The Saints of 35th Street to the program. Stevie was in my documentary, “American Punk NYPP” from 2005, recommended and suggested by Jonnie Whoa Oh, and I remember – I’ll never forget. I was listening to the record and I say to Jonnie – “this guy can sing, what the fuck?” and he’s like, “Oh yeah, Stevie can sing like mo-fo!” I was thinking that should be like a title blurb on the record, like on the cover – Stevie sings like a mo-fo!
So, today we crack open a couple Colt 45 forties on Billy Dee Williams’ birthday and discuss his recent release, Sorry For The Mess, “American Punk NYPP”, and Al Pacino. This discussion is so great, I had to cut it in half. The second part will air next week. Enjoy!