Turned Out A Punk

Damian Abraham has been many things... the singer of a critically acclaimed band, a failed VJ and food network host, one of the minds behind TV's "The Wrestlers", parent of 3... and undeniably, a punk music obsessive. Each week, he sits down and chats with an interesting person from various walks of life to find out how their world was influenced and changed by the discovery of a novelty genre that supposedly died out in 1978... PUNK!



John Doe from X, The Knitters and The Randoms

Who cares that your whole fucking life is a wreck? Today on the show, it’s the return of JOHN DOE! Listen in as Damian reunites with John to continue a decade long conversation about all things punk. From Baltimore being the reason, to the Doors as proto-punk, to Dallas Good being the greatest of all time: don’t miss this podcast!

Also, don’t miss John’s fantastic new Fables in a Foreign Land LP!! Out May 20th on Fat Possum

Also, pre-order the new Sadies record now!

Also, grab a shirt for this podcast at turnedoutapunk.com

Also Touched On:

Aging out of Coachella 
Baltimore is a tough town
The death of the labels being a good thing
The Doors
Working with Ray
Talking Turnstile
Working on Roadside Prophets 
The Indie Movie Era
Making movies
The Punks Do Good
Dallas Good was the greatest
The Sadies continues
Changing approaches to songwriting and production


 2022-05-17  46m