Bury Me in Lights buried in Burger Moovment burgers: Live performance & music chat in Elmwood Park
Chicago scene stalwarts Bury Me in Lights jump in the car for a visit to the phenomenal Burger Moovment in Elmwood Park (Go there immediately: 7512 W North Ave, Elmwood Park, IL 60707). Friendly people, great vibe, killer food.
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Discussed in this episode:
- I had Burger Moovment’s Poutine Burger (a double, no less). It was decadent and amazing.
- Bury Me In Lights frontman Robert Biskoski kept his burger simple: “I’m a meat purist.”
- The “Twisted Swisster” special burger was also consumed. Contrary to what was discussed, it does not come with a side of Dee Snider au jus.
- The difference between Judas Priest and Twisted Sister.
- Burger Moovment is pronounced “Burger M-O-O-vment.”
- The power of Bury Me In Lights merch.
- “Who had the footlong?” “That’s me, sir.”
- Guess which band member did time?
- “You know this is a podcast, right?”
- Anyone know of a good Pog-cast?
- “99% of the time, I’m full of burger.”
- Bury Me In Lights history: From 2009 through today.
- Bury Me In Lights is the fastest-eating band on the Chicago scene.
- Is it a good time to be on the Chicago scene?
- My first adult feature: Communal Sack
- Robert brings an acoustic guitar into the car for a killer in-car performance of the old Bury Me In Lights song “The Way I Wish.”