Theeeeeeee Oh Sees!

The concert I’ve been anticipating most is here! (Thee) Oh Sees are playing the Variety Playhouse tonight and I am psyched. In my opinion, the best new psychedelic rock band out there. Their live performances look incredible. Check it out.



Rolling Stones Concert Photos

Here are some pictures from the Rolling Stones concert last night. It certainly was a spectacle. I was quite impressed. They’re moving around like they always did, just a little bit slower.

Don’t forget, this Thursday, the Fuzz Factory is dedicated to the longevity and influence of the Rolling Stones. The show will feature their songs, songs they covered and cover versions of their songs. It’s also the first three hour show of the year. Summertime is great Fuzz Factory time. Listen Thursdays from 8-11 PM (EST) on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (








Research & Development: Exploding The Blues!

I got the flavor!

You can call it Fuzz Factory research and development. There will be no Fuzz Factory this week. Instead I will be exploding the blues with the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion. Still one of the best live acts around.

I’ll be back next Thursday with more rock & roll for one and all. For you too!

In the meantime…Blues Explosion! The Blues, is #1, the Blues is #1!



3/26/15: Adam Franklin of Swervedriver


This week on the Fuzz Factory, I featured Adam Franklin, primarily of Swervedriver fame. I dropped side project and solo work into the feature, in addition to some songs from the mighty Swervedriver.

The timing for this feature was based on the fact that Monday night I saw Swervedriver play at Terminal West here in Atlanta. What a fantastic show. They performed three of the four songs I included here in the Fuzz Factory playlist. I’ve also posted photographs from the concert (see below). It was a great night of music.

Don’t forget to tell your rock & roll friends about the Fuzz Factory with Brett Callero. Listen every Thursday from 8-10 PM (EST) on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (

Here’s the playlist.

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Crazy Naked Girls – Super Furry Animals

Piranha – Tripping Daisy

I Got No Idols – The Juliana Hatfield Three

Stargaze – Xavier Rudd

Soul Kitchen – The Black Angels

Fireball (EP Version) – Sun Dial

Always On The Run – Lenny Kravitz

If I Were Frank Sinatra – Soulvitamins

Saint – Catherine

Bondye – Goat

Indian – Stoned Jesus

50,000 Unstoppable Watts – Clutch

Prehistoric Dog – Red Fang

The Motherload – Mastodon

Loose Change – Royal Blood

Underground – Jane’s Addiction

Storm – Soundgarden

Duel – Swervedriver

Seize The Day – Adam Franklin

Spring Unseen – Magnetic Morning

Ejector Seat Reservation – Swervedriver

Birdsong – Adam Franklin

Motorway – Magnetic Morning

Deep Wound – Swervedriver

Shining Somewhere – Adam Franklin

Son Of Mustang Ford – Swervedriver


What We All Want – Gang Of Four

What We All Want – Gang Of Four

Razor sharp edges that never dull. One of the most perfect songs ever recorded. Simply put, I think this is one of the greatest rock & roll songs ever. Over the years, it’s gotten better and better to my ears and has grown into an all-time favorite.

Tonight I am seeing Gang Of Four at the Variety Playhouse in Atlanta, GA. Can’t wait to hear this one. Dig it.