Welcome all to A Very Maynard Xmas 2016.
In this Very not for children Xmas special; Tim Ferguson takes a break from doing everything everywhere to give some advice to Donald Trump, Clementine Ford and the people of Northcote.
Maynard has found more of the Xmas song and clips you don’t hear at this time of year (for good reason) along with Tony Push, who has an incomprehensible poem about Xmas for us all.
You may think this time of year sucks, but take solace in the fact that you don’t suck as much as Maynard.
Onwards to 2017…
2015 has been the worst year ever for Maynard. So to help him through his Xmas show from outside his local bottle shop, Tony Push, George Hrab, Christopher Laird and Rob Darby drop in. Expect Xmas songs that shouldn’t be sung at Xmas. Expect surprises that shouldn’t happen to anyone at anytime of year.
But what would A Very Maynard Xmas look like?
In 1998 we found out when Foxtel’s Channel V assigned Mary Datoc and Maynard to dig up clips and music from around all Foxtel channels in a way that would never happen now.
All the Channel V presenters of the time turned up at Maynard’s for an afternoon and this show was the result.
Unseen since 1998 Planet Maynard presents A Very Maynard Xmas (an El Cheapo production)
Another Xmas show that isn’t for children. In Part 2, Tim Ferguson and Maynard bring you a Xmas show too far. There are more Xmas tunes to play and more friends of Bunga Bunga to wish us all a Merry Shatmas. Guests; Floyd Vincent, Christopher Laird, Rob Darby & Skeptical Richard Saunders, who helps me out with my annual Xmas joke.
A Xmas show that is not for children, consider yourself warned. Tim Ferguson and Maynard empty their Xmas sack of goodness all over your floor. This year has been a cracker for Tim. Maynard’s 2014 was rubbish as usual. But you can’t stop the Bunga, with guest appearances from George Hrab, Danger 5, The Batman Singers, Norman Fox & an anonymous German speaking French. Listen and hear your dreams turn into Bunga Bunga.
Maynard welcomes Tim Ferguson, Tony Push, Christopher Laird and George Hrab to the bullshit finish to a bullshit year. They attempt to change his mind and fail. Plenty of musical surprises and archive sounds to make this the most bullshit Xmas of them all.
Maynard and Tony Push wander aimlessly around local bustops at Xmas trying to remember what was good about 2012 and wonder what else will go wrong in 2013. Random. With lots of Maynard’s favourite sounds.
Maynard & Tony Push bring you Xmas greetings from their favourite bus stop recording studio. Also exciting music reveals The Dirty Disbelievers, a new show in 2012. The second half of the show may have too much poultry in it, but that’s for you to decide.
Put the ass back in Xmass with this non child friendly Maynard traditional holiday favourite from 2010. Two guys, a bus stop and a microphone makes it the suckiest kingdom of them all!