Rockabilly Elvis!

April 18th, 2014

Rock with The King! One of The authors of rock & roll. Feel it with Dungbaby on The Mutant Idiotshow...Well baby well!

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The Everly Brothers!

April 4th, 2014
"The Authors of Rock & Roll" series continues on The Mutant Idiotshow. M. Dung spins The Everly Borthers from their first LP in 1957. You'll hear the hits, studio outtakes & alternate versions! Rock with M. Dung and the great Everly Brothers.
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Bo Diddley!

March 21st, 2014

"The authors of rock and roll" series continues! Rock with M. Dung and the great Bo Diddley on The Mutant Idiotshow!

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Eddie Cochran!

March 7th, 2014

I kick off the 2014 season with one of the most influential rock & roll stars of the 50's, the great Eddie Cochran. You'll hear the hits along with cool outtakes and rarities on The Mutant Idiotshow!

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The 2014 season is underway!

March 7th, 2014

Are you Ready?

March 4th, 2014

It’s coming…

February 18th, 2014


Announcing The Idiotshow Store!!

May 23rd, 2013

I am pleased to announce Idiotshow store! Every month, I’ll be offering a past show or series of shows from the past six years for purchase. These will be select shows I feel are some of my best work that have been long unavailable. All money goes to support my site and will help me continue to produce The Mutant Idiotshow. Check it out! Use the link on the right sidebar or follow this link:

Thanks Owen!

June 21st, 2010

"If you listened to San Francisco radio in the 80s and early 90s, you know M. Dung. He had the morning show on KFOG during their heyday (way pre-Cumulus, baby!). And Dungboy also put on the Sunday Night Idiot Show on KFOG, which was probably the only must-listen radio on a major station in the Bay Area. He was a major personality and a cultural force out here, combining Dewey Phillips, Wolfman Jack, and his own unique Dungboy approach to music, language, and life. Well, Dung is back! He now podcasts the Idiot Show for your listening enjoyment. It never fails to put a smile on the O-Dog's face, and I highly recommend it".

-Owen Bly

Ranchero Records