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Episode 74: Interview with SAM SPADE of THE MIDNIGHT DEVILS

The Rock is George Podcast

George Dionne interviews THE MIDNIGHT DEVILS bassist and vocalist Sam Spade about their latest album Never Beg For It. Spade also discusses working with producer Chip Z’Nuff, the stories behind the singles, touring with PRETTY BOY FLOYD & ENUFF Z’NUFF, their record deal with Pavement Entertainment, playing Rocklahoma, and much, much more.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rockisgeorge/message

23mins

15 Sep 2022

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EP - 292 Sam Spade of The Midnight Devils

BODS Mayhem Hour

This interview is from 7-12-22..Bassist & Vocalist Sam Spade of The Midnight Devils Bassist & Vocalist Sam Spade of The Midnight Devils joins the podcast to talk about The Midnight Devils new sophomore album "Never Beg For It" via Pavement Entertainment. "Never Beg For It" is the follow up to the bands (2018) debut album "Something Bigger". Sam also talks about how he is a huge KISS fanatic and having "Never Beg For It" produced by Chip ZNuff from Enuff Z’Nuff, and mixed and mastered by Chris Steinmetz ( who was the engineer of KISS album Revenge ) at Stonecutter Studios in Chicago, IL was like a dream come true. Also check out singles "Highway 69" and a cover of Lover Boys "Everybody Is Working For The Weekend"   SUBSCRIBE to BODS Mayhem Hour YouTube channel AND available on all streaming platforms wherever you listen to podcasts.

44mins

8 Sep 2022

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Episode 502 - School Days (Sam Spade, Johnny Dollar, & The Saint)

Down These Mean Streets (Old Time Radio Detectives)

Class is in session in these three old time radio mysteries set in and around schools. First, Howard Duff stars as Sam Spade in "The Queen Bee Caper" (originally aired on CBS on July 10, 1949). Then, Edmond O'Brien is "the man with the action-packed expense account" in "The Story of the Big Red Schoolhouse" from Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar (originally aired on CBS on April 4, 1950). And finally, Vincent Price is The Saint in "Miss Godby's School for Girls" (originally aired on NBC on November 5, 1950).

1hr 34mins

4 Sep 2022

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Episode 295 - Sam Spade

Stars on Suspense (Old Time Radio)

In a king-sized crossover, Sam Spade hopped from his weekly detective series to headline an hour-long episode of "radio's outstanding theater of thrills." William Spier produced and directed both shows, and when the time came to relaunch Suspense as an hour-long show, Spier enlisted Dashiell Hammett's gumshoe to make an appearance. Howard Duff and Lurene Tuttle reprised their roles of Sam and his loyal secretary Effie in "The Kandy Tooth," an original radio sequel to The Maltese Falcon that first aired as a two-parter on The Adventures of Sam Spade and was recreated for Suspense (originally aired on CBS on January 10, 1948). But first, we'll hear The Maltese Falcon recreated for the Screen Guild Theatre (originally aired on CBS on September 20, 1943) featuring Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor, Peter Lorre, and Sydney Greenstreet.

1hr 40mins

7 Jul 2022

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Episode 487 - Hayes Code (The Whistler, Richard Diamond, & Sam Spade)

Down These Mean Streets (Old Time Radio Detectives)

John Michael Hayes was a two-time Academy Award-nominated screenwriter who wrote four films for Alfred Hitchcock. But before that, he was a busy radio writer penning adventures for Johnny Dollar and comedies for Lucille Ball. We'll hear three of Hayes' old time radio scripts: "The Seeing Eye" from The Whistler (originally aired on CBS on November 12, 1945); "Lady in Distress" from Richard Diamond, Private Detective (originally aired on ABC on February 23, 1951); and "The Vendetta Caper" from The Adventures of Sam Spade (originally aired on NBC on March 30, 1951).

1hr 38mins

22 May 2022

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Analog Smile - Sam Spade (The Midnight Devils)

Analog Smile

On this episode of Analog Smile, Sherry speaks with Sam Spade of The Midnight Devils.The Midnight Devils are a national touring high energy glam slam boogie woogie rock n roll band out of Omaha, NE and Chicago, IL. Featuring Sam Spade on bass and vocals, Sniper on guitar, and the indestructible Jimmy Mess on the drums. Throwing all caution to the wind this power-trio is a bad ass-lipstick smeared party rock n roll band that takes glam to the next level. Having done hundreds of shows from coast to coast in support of their debut album Something Bigger, The Midnight Devils' mix of rock n roll, sexuality, and depravity are the perfect combination. The Midnight Devils have also toured as the direct support act for UK rock legends The Quireboys in early 2020, supported Yngwie Malmsteen, Enuff Znuff, The Bullteboys, and Pretty Boy Floyd in 2021. Signing with Pavement Entertainment to release their sophomore album produced by Chip Z'nuff, The Midnight Devils are the rock n roll force that can't be stopped. We chat about their tour dates, their upcoming album, and much more!

21mins

29 Mar 2022

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Ep.169 The Adventures Of Sam Spade: The Crab Louie Caper

Nostalgic Mystery Radio

The Adventures of Sam Spade was a suspense/detective radio show starring Howard Duff (in the colorful title role along with Lurene Tuttle as his secretary Effie.  It was based on the private detective character created by Dashiell Hammett, well-known from the book and movie The Maltese Falcon.  The show ran from 1946 to 1951.  Duff was replaced by Steve Dunne in later episodes.The Crab Louie Caper: Sam is hired to find out how an Italian crab- fisher was killed. Was it an accident or murder? Originally aired March 2nd, 1951.Support the show

31mins

25 Feb 2022

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Ep.156 The Adventures Of Sam Spade: The Wheel Of Life Caper

Nostalgic Mystery Radio

The Adventures of Sam Spade was a suspense/detective radio show starring Howard Duff (in the colorful title role along with Lurene Tuttle as his secretary Effie.  It was based on the private detective character created by Dashiell Hammett, well-known from the book and movie The Maltese Falcon.  The show ran from 1946 to 1951.  Duff was replaced by Steve Dunne in later episodes.The Wheel Of Life Caper:  Sam meets a mystery woman with no memory and a corpse that's been killed by a buzz saw! Originally aired July 11th,1948.Support the show

31mins

1 Feb 2022

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Episode 470 - If You Want It Dunne Right (Sam Spade & Deadline Mystery)

Down These Mean Streets (Old Time Radio Detectives)

Steve Dunne had big shoes to fill when he was cast as Sam Spade. Dashiell Hammett's private eye had been thrilling listeners since 1946 in weekly adventures starring Howard Duff, but accusations of Communist sympathies cost Duff the gig. Dunne played a younger-sounding, less serious Sam for the final run of episodes. We'll hear two of them - "The Soap Opera Caper" (originally aired on NBC on February 16, 1951) and "The Sinister Siren Caper" (originally aired on NBC on March 16, 1951). Plus, we'll hear him as crime-solving reporter Lucky Larson in Deadline Mystery (originally aired on ABC on August 10, 1947).

1hr 41mins

16 Jan 2022

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Ep.146 The Adventures of Sam Spade: The Biddle Riddle Caper

Nostalgic Mystery Radio

The Adventures of Sam Spade was a suspense/detective radio show starring Howard Duff (in the colorful title role along with Lurene Tuttle as his secretary Effie.  It was based on the private detective character created by Dashiell Hammett, well-known from the book and movie The Maltese Falcon.  The show ran from 1946 to 1951.  Duff was replaced by Steve Dunne in later episodes.The Biddle Riddle Caper:  Sam is hired by a radio producer to help solve a three-year-old-murder. He finds a reel of recording tape disguised as a typewriter ribbon and exposes the murder with the recording. Originally aired January 5th, 1951.Support the show

31mins

11 Jan 2022

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