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June 2, 2019 - 25th Anniversary of Azkath running the Show

EveryoneFriday, June 3rd, 1994 was the first show on WVBR that Seriah Azkath hosted in any way. It was still called The Metal Cage back then, and Mary, who was also a host at the time, hosted part of the show. Azkath's first full show was June 10th, 1994. The first Saturday show, and when the name likely changed to The Last Exit for the Lost was January 20, 1996. In this and the next few shows, we have on some old guests and co-hosts, play old clips from the show, and music from bands that were on the show or played on the show regualrly. We also start the show with a Tribute to Matt Noldy, who had passed away a few hours before air time. Matt had been the vocalist and drummer for Tomorrow's Dream, later turned Never the Sunshine. He was a friend of the show, and Tomorrow's Dream was the first band Azkath ever interviewed on WVBR.

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November 27, 2016 - Symmetrical Defiance Live

Symmetrical DefiancePresent were, EVD, Just Joe, Nathan, and, R.J.. The band Symmetrical Defiance was there in the first portion of the program. They played a couple of sets of their songs live in our Performance Room. It sounded great, again, thanks to Nathan for running the sound. Then the band was interviewed. They are a cool band, they were here on R.J.'s recommendation. The previous Wednesday, November 23rd, had marked the 13th Anniversary of Just Joe's first appearance on LE, so we celebrated that this night. Azkath put together a highlight reel of The Best Of Just Joe's moments over the years, it was two hours long, everyone present tonight got to watch it, and, given all that's happened to him over the last 13 years, only a small portion of which was represented here, no one could believe he was still alive. We're still working on that, though. You will be able to see this video for yourself soon on our youtube channel. Just Joe has always been afraid of jellybeans. What a strange thing to be afraid of, like that guy from the band Rabid who's afraid of stickers, people can be so strange, I love jellybeans! They fed him jellybeans. at first he was whining, but, at the end of the night, he wasn't sure how he felt about them. There were segments of Movie Time, a TV program was recommended as well... At the end was also a Tribute to 2003.

- Fire Eater Wizard

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September 11, 2016 - EVD's 11th Anniversary!

EVD, Justin, Crappy

This LE fell on the exact date of EVD's eleventh year Anniversary, September eleventh 2005 (his eleventh Anniversary, on the eleventh, and, isn't THAT a fitting date for him!?). Happy eleventh Anniversary, EVD! Present were, EVD (good thing!), Justin a.k.a. Twelve Inch, although, we decided that, when he is absent, he loses an inch for each absence, and he had been absent for two weeks in a row, so he's down to ten inches, although, if he's extra good, he could gain them back, Just Joe, James, and, The Person Formerly Known As Crappy The Clown, who tonight was going by Mr. Oddz. As a treat for Justin, Azkath did a whole Old School Hour in vinyl. Rick from "The Metallic Onslaught", dropped by to tell us how The Finger Lakes Metal Fest Part Two went, it went very well. Funny stories, news items, were read. They kept sicking Just Joe on James, having him mercilessly keep poking and tickling him. EVD, being the Evil Villainous Dude, even telling him that there was a bellybutton lint bunny and toys hidden in his navel. There were segments of Movie Time, TV programs, and, Internet series were talked about as well. 

- Fire Eater Wizard

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June 5, 2016 - Take 2 Live in Studio

Take Two and NathanSo this week we had Take Two back in studio to perform. They had planned on having a new CD by now, but things did not work out like they wanted. Regardless, they came and they played. Check them out on Facebook

This was also the 22nd Anniversary of Me, Azkath, doing The Last Exit for the Lost. Well, not exactly, it would have been June 3rd, and it wasn't The Last Exit back then, it was The Metal Cage. June 2nd is the first night I was on the air, and I've been on almost every week since (only missing a handful over the 22 year period.) When I came in, the show was on Fridays, I moved it to Saturday not to overlap The Metallic Onslaught. Instead of a Tribute to any year this night, I played about 2 hours of bands that have been in studio with us over the years, some playing live. I also snuck in some material from our Best of Cd's. 

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