It was another packed show on New Wave Rewind this weekend, including info on the North To Shore Festival featuring The B-52’s and more! Here’s everything that you heard (or missed):

  • Duran Duran - Is There Something I Should Know?

  • Paul Young - Come Back and Stay

  • The Smithereens - Drown in My Own Tears

    The North to Shore Festival is going to be three weekends of music, art, comedy, and technology in venues across Newark, Asbury Park, and Atlantic City areas. New Jersey Hall of Famers The Smithereens will be at Wonder Bar in Asbury Park on June 16 with Marshall Crenshaw on vocals.

  • The B-52's - Private Idaho

    When The B-52’s played Atlantic City last fall that was supposed to be it for the band’s touring days. Well, strike that because The B-52’s will be at the Stone Pony Summerstage for the North to Shore festival on June 17.


  • Aimee Mann - I Should've Known

    Aimee Mann will be part of the North to Shore festival as she opens for Alanis Morissette at the Prudential Center in Newark June 22.


  • 10,000 Maniacs - Hey Jack Kerouac

    Natalie Merchant will be releasing a new album next month, and she’ll be wrapping up the North to Shore festival at the New Jersey Performance Arts Center in Newark on June 25.


  • U2 - Wire

    Happy 63rd birthday to U2 bassist Adam Clayton!


  • Husker Du - Makes No Sense at All

    Happy 62nd to Husker Du’s Grant Hart!


  • Culture Club - It's a Miracle


  • Level 42 - Running in the Family


  • Richard Barone - River to River

    A great one from the former front man for The Bongos.



  • The Call - Let the Day Begin


  • Joe Jackon - You Can't Get What You Want (Till You Know What You Want)


  • The Go-Go's Lust to Love

    Gina Schock of The Go-Go’s will be at the Stone Pony on April 22.



  • Romeo Void - Never Say Never


  • The Church - The Unguarded Moment

    The Church return to Asbury Park with a show at Asbury Lanes April 2.


  • The Ocean Blue - Drifting, Falling


  • UNDERCOVER: The Stranglers - Walk on By

    Written by Burt Bacharach and originally a hit for Dionne Warwick, The Stranglers managed to double the length of this tune.


  • HISTORY NEVER REPEATS: Generation X - One Hundred Punks

    The debut album from Generation X was released this week in 1978!


  • HISTORY NEVER REPEATS: Robert Palmer - Every Kind of People

    Robert Palmer’s Double Fun came out 45 years ago this week.


  • HISTORY NEVER REPEATS: Morrissey - Everyday is Like Sunday

    Happy 35th anniversary to Morrissey’s solo debut album, Viva Hate.

  • HISTORY NEVER REPEATS" Talking Heads - Nothing But Flowers

    Naked from Talking Heads was released this week in 1988.


  • R.E.M. - Perfect Circle

    Your # 3 “Geometric Shape” song comes from R.E.M.


  • The Waitresses - Square Pegs

    Coming in at #2, all the way up from #44….


  • New Order - Bizarre Love Triangle

    Your #1 “Geometric Shape” song – in a surprise to no one – is New Order “Bizarre Love Triangle.”


    Enjoy New Wave Rewind every Saturday night from 8-10pm!


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