Jay Aaseng from “Twin Peaks: The Return”, stops by KCHUNG 1630am Studios for an interview on Inspirado Projecto Radio! Dori and CEC barrage Jay with stacks of questions about Twin Peaks and his times collaborating with David Lynch!
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Jeff Finn from “Before The End” calls in via Star Trek communicator and asks Jay some questions. One of which, involves Jay replaying the scene with his “Drunk” man character on “Twin Peaks: The Return”…
We play a few songs from the new “Twin Peaks: The Return” soundtracks, talk about how Jay met David Lynch and his short film “Beer Pong Girls”.
KaPow Intergalactic Film Festival, which ran November 9-15 at NoHo7 Laemmle in North Hollywood, screened “Beer Pong Girls” during a short film block on November 15th. It was an honour to see his film projected onto the Silver Screen and meet so many extraordinary filmmakers! We look forward to seeing more of his creations at KaPow IFF 2018, in addition to collaborating with him on future Inspirado Projecto episodes!
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This episode is in memory of Nicholas’s Father, who died a few days before this broadcast. Dr. Tom Phillips had two doctorate degrees, and a masters. He was a virologist.
Floral arrangement created by Nicholas Phillips.
Inspirado Projecto’s recent episode “Perceptions,” happened 9-19-2016 in the KCHUNG 1630AM Chinatown Studio 1pm-2:30pm PST. Host CEC is joined by Elisa Jordan and Jeff Finn, two historians of Jim Morrison. Jordan tours 50-60 various Morrison/Doors-centric hangouts, speakeasies, touring locations, etc around Los Angeles, with her company LA Woman Tours and reveals some interesting stories. Finn discusses his Documystery, “Before The End,” about the early years of Jim Morrison, and the detective work he had to go through in order to obtain over 100 prime interviews with Morrison’s close associates.
Keep your ears peeled for a smashing version of a popular Doors song by Dizzy Black on drums and CEC on vox, more Henry D. Horse “Fun Facts,” the original version of “Alabama Song”, a new episode of “Celebrity Afterlife Report,” and other fun surprises. Dizzy Black hops on through Skype with her Doors/Morrison questions.
This episode, as always, is sponsored by the KaPow Intergalactic Film Festival, happening October 6-9, 2016. Tickets for this event at The Dos Lagos Theatres in Corona, are available here.
Tickets for the upcoming RIO – Ultimate Tribute to Duran Duran show at The Federal Bar, can be discovered here.
Here’s a fun snippet of the in-studio shenanigans….
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