Fred Schneider of The B-52's doesn't sit around the way some rock n' roll legends might. To the contrary, Fred is very busy doing what rock stars are supposed to be doing: making music and inspiring the next generation!
Fred's current project, The Superions, is in full swing with the recent release of the trio's debut self-titled EP, its off-the-wall single, "Who Threw That Ham At Me" and remixes by Casper & The Cookies, Marshmallow Coast, The Lolligags and Ursula 1000.
Inspired by urban myth (the Paula Deen incident is only a happy coincidence!), the song will be spun by Howard Stern on his radio show this coming Monday, February 22nd when the two legends meet for an interview on Stern's Sirius/XM radio show. Tune in at 8:30 AM to Howard100 to learn how to do the "Disco Garbage Can" and maybe even the "Rock Lobster."
This week, Fred is also the guest editor at Magnet Magazine's website. The very best indie music magazine on the planet, Magnet runs a weekly feature where a notable musician or culture figure will take over the publication's website for a week, revealing lots of info about their personal interests, habits and obsessions.
Read all about it right now at http://www.magnetmagazine.com