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Joe's Nose - Final Live at Kirby’s (excerpts), 1991
The Wichita-based punk/rock band Joe’s Nose performing their last live set at Kirby's Beerstore in Wichita, Kansas.


Joe's Nose - Gilbert & Nose, tribute recording, 1996
A tribute to the Wichita, KS band "Joe's Nose", which played the local music scene from 1986-1988. Featured as an issue of the Zine "MILK", contains posters, cartoons, prints and writings from Tim Gilbert and Pete Studtmann, as well as new audio interview with Pete Studtmann along with the music of "Joe's Nose".


Joe's Nose - Live at Kirbys, 1990
The Wichita-based punk/rock band Joe's Nose performing a set at Kirby’s Beer Store in Wichita, 1990.


Joe's Nose - Live at KMUW BASH, 1988
The Wichita-based punk/rock band Joe's Nose performing a lively set at the KMUW Aftermidnight BASH benefit concert in 1988.

Joe's Nose - Live at the Freedom Club, 1987
The Wichita-based punk/rock band Joe's Nose performing a set at the Freedom Club in 1987.


Joe's Nose - Live Big Dog Studios, 1990

The Wichita-based punk/rock band Joes Nose Live Big Dog Studios, 1989


Joe's Nose - Nosehenge the Movie, KMUW, 1988

Another radio show produced for KMUW's feature show "The Midnight Hour", featuring the Wichita band "Joes Nose" in a second appearance.

Joe's Nose - Strings Attached, 1989
The Wichita-based punk/rock band Joe's Nose cassette release from 1989 featuring Tim Gilbert and Pete Studtmann.


Joe's Nose - What Goes with Joes Nose?
1987 This was one of the first feature shows produced by Demolition Kitchen for KMUW, Wichita Public Radio's, late night show "Sister Midnight". The early shows that were produced were attempts to interview bands in the broadcast studio, which didn't work out very well. The problem is that when you bring a band into a studio who aren't seasoned professionals, it's hard to get them to loosen up to record good results. Not only that, We weren’t very good at interviewing people, because of nervousness. So, the solution turned out to be taking a field recorder out to a location where the band, or solo artist, felt comfortable and record whatever happened.



 
 
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