Lighting up the 70s
Cary decides to get back into the lighting game and lands a chance audition with the Bonnie Parker Band. Cary’s friend Ritchie finds himself in a sticky situation with Lou Albano’s daughter, the advent of fronting drugs from multiple lenders, shlepping hundreds of pounds of lighting gear through crowds of tripping concert goers, and more, this week on Last Stop Penn Station!
Last Stop Penn Station is for mature audiences only. The audio or visual media within may contain offensive language and discussions regarding sex, sexuality, drugs, addiction, rock & roll, and succeeding despite the odds!
00:01 – Introduction
00:50 – Welcome back!
01:51 – Early disco was GOOD
03:30 – This guy, Monty
05:40 – All this cocaine craziness
09:51 – So I go for my audition for Bonnie Parker
13:12 – Guess who Ritchie used to date?
16:31 – My parents are freakin out
21:56 – Now I’m the liar
24:25 – The Sicilians
26:11 – Your biggest fear
29:24 – They’re all tripping
32:30 – She thought this was a big deal
35:20 – Sealed bottles of quaaludes
39:09 – Our poor little drummer, Dave
43:38 – I was so involved with the cocaine, I didn’t wanna do the job anymore
46:00 – Picking up where we left off
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