Get comfy and settle in to check out Ted’s chat with Marc Shea this week on Performance Anxiety! Two glorious hours of Ted shooting the shit about work, Tommy Keene, Luther Vandross and letting Mick Jagger be your barometer for flight safety – check it here or wherever you get your podcasts!
“We are lucky enough to spend an evening with producer and chef, Ted Niceley. Ted talks about issues flying, working with artists like Tommy Keene, Fugazi, Shudder To Think, Girls Against Boys, The Dead Milkmen, & so many more. He also tells us about some lesser known bands that you should know about like New Rising Sons, Future Kings of Spain, & Backbone Party. He’s recorded in David Gilmour’s mansion, with Mickie Most’s Gibson J200 that Donovan used to record Mellow Yellow, and had Luther Vandross in the booth with him. And we haven’t even mentioned his culinary career, yet. Follow him on social media for great music and delicious food! Follow us @PerformanceAnx. Subscribe, rate, review, & leave a review. And check out the other great shows on the Pantheon Podcast network.”
Nice to see Ted’s work pop up twice in the new list of 10 Best DC Hardcore Songs curated by the chaps of Fake Names (ex: Minor Threat; Dag Nasty; Embrace; GVSB) in the inclusion of Tommy Keene’s Places That Are GoneEP and production for Fugazi’s Repeater.
Hi Folks! Italian publication Rumoré reached out to Fugazi and Ted to discuss Repeater 30 years after its release. I don’t have a full translation but I bet some of you have browser extensions that can translate – or maybe you’re Italian and would like to take a stab at it! In any case, check out the article via the link above, and get a peek at Ted’s answers “in inglese” below! 😉 Matty
Hi Everybody – Ted’s friend & web wizkid Matty here. Ted’s been going through some major back and spinal issues and he’s approaching surgery for a spinal fusion which is going to have him out of commission for a while. No surprise – medical bills and recovery costs are not cheap. He’s looking to raise $40K and we’d be grateful if you could share, donate, send good thoughts and/or just keep your fingers crossed for our pal Ted! All info is on the GoFundMe page here:
It’s been TWENTY YEARS and I’m so excited to see this have its day. I think this is a really great record and I hope you will too. Can’t wait to see the related documentary “The Band that Never Was” in production with Via 73 Films too!
“Set It Right” will be out in a limited vinyl pressing on December 6, 2019 and available via all streaming platforms. Check it out!