THE WOGGLES ARE ON TOUR

June 4

Bowery Electric in New York, NY

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A DJ in Kiev in the Ukraine has made a remix of the Woggles version of "The World Is Falling." It is pretty hysterical. The intro is a tad long, but if you can hang through that it "busts loose" afterwards. Is it good bad, or just plain bad? Entertaining either way! http://www.myspace.com/iamdjra

Ghoul A Go-Go
"Put a head on a pole and have a party!" Squeal the little boys and ghouls! The Woggles versionof the Japanese GS tune "Dancing Lonely Nights" is featured on a special Japanese themed episode of the hippest and scariest kiddie dance show around, "Ghoul A Go-Go." Go to www.ghoulagogo.com to find out broadcast and webcast dates and times and you’ll see loads of kids and Creighton doing the monkey, twist and jerk to the Woggles version of the Japanese Jaguar’s tune. The same episode features a live performance of the 5,6,7,8’s.

 

Upcoming Releases!
The Woggles have two songs appearing on Christmas A Go-Go, a Xmas Compilation due out this fall on Wicked Cool Records. The Woggles contributions, recorded at Jeff Bakos’ Ampworks Studio in Atlanta, are an original tune called "Santa Is Coming (Ho Ho Ho)" and a version of Clarence Carter’s "Back Door Santa." Other Wicked Cool Artists contributing cuts include the Boss Martians, the Maggots, the Chesterfield Kings, the Len Price 3 and the Cocktail Slippers.

Montague Memorial 7" Record. Back when the tracks for Ragged But Right were recorded there were a handful of songs that didn’t get mixed/finished due to time constraints. Two of those were Montague songs and have since been mixed to be issued on Portland’s Blood Red Vinyl & Disc. Shortly before his passing, Montague purchased a 1960 Ford Thunderbird. His ode to it is called "Go Go Thunderbird" and features Montague singing lead with backing vocals by Mary Huff (SCOTS) and Lady Fingers (Hillbilly Frankenstein). The other song is a Ramones-esque rocker about those hot looking radio DJs called "Radio Face."

For another Blood Red Vinyl release, the Woggles recorded a version of "Find It" from the Beyond the Valley of the Dolls soundtrack. The cut is for a compilation that Blood Red Vinyl is doing of songs that are featured in soundtracks. Their first volume, Mondo Drive In: Volume 1 was released to all sorts of critical acclaim.

The Professor Mighty Manfred
In case you haven’t heard, the Professor has added Mighty Manfred to his moniker and now DJ’s on Sirius Satellite Channel 25, Monday – Friday. The channel is called Little Steven’s Underground Garage and features Rock and Roll from the 50s on forward, plus helpings of R&B, Blues, Girl Group Songs, Instrumental Twang and Rockabilly. If you don’t feel like investing in the hardware to receive Sirius, you now have the option of just subscribing via the Internet and listening through your computer. Check it out! www.sirius.com/undergroundgarage.

 

 

The Woggles are on MySpace and Facebook!
The Woggles are on Myspace.com and have been since 2004. In addition to hearing several songs from the next upcoming album, you can also check out our video for "Ragged But Right" and peruse a bunch of cool photos in the General Info Section, as they scroll by. Check it out and let us know what you think! Go to www.myspace.com/thewoggles.

Join The Woggles brand new Facebook page!

Ghoul A Go-Go

"Put a head on a pole and have a party!" Squeal the little boys and ghouls! The Woggles versionof the Japanese GS tune "Dancing Lonely Nights" is featured on a special Japanese themed episode of the hippest and scariest kiddie dance show around, "Ghoul A Go-Go." Go to www.ghoulagogo.com to find out broadcast and webcast dates and times and you’ll see loads of kids and Creighton doing the monkey, twist and jerk to the Woggles version of the Japanese Jaguar’s tune. The same episode features a live performance of the 5,6,7,8’s.

Upcoming Releases!

The Woggles have two songs appearing on Christmas A Go-Go, a Xmas Compilation due out this fall on Wicked Cool Records. The Woggles contributions, recorded at Jeff Bakos’ Ampworks Studio in Atlanta, are an original tune called "Santa Is Coming (Ho Ho Ho)" and a version of Clarence Carter’s "Back Door Santa." Other Wicked Cool Artists contributing cuts include the Boss Martians, the Maggots, the Chesterfield Kings, the Len Price 3 and the Cocktail Slippers.

Montague Memorial 7" Record. Back when the tracks for Ragged But Right were recorded there were a handful of songs that didn’t get mixed/finished due to time constraints. Two of those were Montague songs and have since been mixed to be issued on Portland’s Blood Red Vinyl & Disc. Shortly before his passing, Montague purchased a 1960 Ford Thunderbird. His ode to it is called "Go Go Thunderbird" and features Montague singing lead with backing vocals by Mary Huff (SCOTS) and Lady Fingers (Hillbilly Frankenstein). The other song is a Ramones-esque rocker about those hot looking radio DJs called "Radio Face."

For another Blood Red Vinyl release, the Woggles recorded a version of "Find It" from the Beyond the Valley of the Dolls soundtrack. The cut is for a compilation that Blood Red Vinyl is doing of songs that are featured in soundtracks. Their first volume, Mondo Drive In: Volume 1 was released to all sorts of critical acclaim.

The Professor Mighty Manfred

In case you haven’t heard, the Professor has added Mighty Manfred to his moniker and now DJ’s on Sirius Satellite Channel 25, Monday – Friday. The channel is called Little Steven’s Underground Garage and features Rock and Roll from the 50s on forward, plus helpings of R&B, Blues, Girl Group Songs, Instrumental Twang and Rockabilly. If you don’t feel like investing in the hardware to receive Sirius, you now have the option of just subscribing via the Internet and listening through your computer. Check it out! www.sirius.com/undergroundgarage.