There’s still time to send Carolyn Fox your favorite song about bad behavior and hear it played on broadcast radio in Los Angeles, Annapolis/Baltimore and other stations on the East Coast. We’re preparing a Special edition of “Carolyn Fox’s Hollywood Spotlight,” that features on Songs about Bad Behavior.
This Vice Special will play tunes about everything from bad habits, like kd lang’s “Black Coffee,” or sloth like “The Lazy Song” by Bruno Mars, indecent proposals like Jimmy Buffet’s “Why Don’t we Get Drunk and Screw,” party fouls like “Stoned, Drunk and Naked,” gambling like The Rolling Stones’ “Tumbling Dice,” betrayal, like Rhianna’s “Take a Bow,” to songs of murder, like the Dixie Chick’s “Goodbye Earl,” The Beatles’ “Maxwell’s Silver Hammer” and Vampire Weekend’s “Jonathan Low.”
We need your help. Please send us your favorite tune about bad behavior and we’ll play the best on the air. Just comment to this blog post or at CFoxRocks.com.
Perhaps you’ve recorded your own song about bad behavior. Don’t hold out on us–submit your original music for airplay!
Tune into “Carolyn Fox’s Hollywood Spotlight” in Los Angeles every Friday at midnight at 1580 AM to hear an eclectic mix of music and interviews with the artists making it. And subscribe to Carolyn’s blog at CarolynFoxRocks.com for news on upcoming guests and to hear Internet only After Hours podcasts and all of the broadcast shows.