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The Podcast Network for Music Lovers!Find all the shows in our main feed here: Rock N Roll Archaeology, History in Five Songs with Martin Popoff, Decibel Geek, Tunes & Tumblers, Crime in Music, Tripping on My Roots, Mistress Carrie Podcast, The Hook Rocks!, Rock n Roll Librarian, Art of Rock, JBTV, Into the Banjoverse, Is It Rolling Bob? Talking Dylan, Rock's Backpages, Goldmine, Pamela Des Barres' Pajama Party, Who Cares About the Rock Hall?, You're Not Listening, The Career Musician, Cobra ...
 
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Writer and comedian Brian Stack (Conan, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert) joins Joe & Kristen, as they discuss the Chicago-centric first episode of the Foo Fighters' 2014 HBO docuseries Sonic Highways. It's the final episode of Foo-ly! Don't cry because it's over. Be happy that it happened. This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts. Learn more about…
 
Welcome to the first episode of Season 3! On this episode of Audio Judo, Matthew and Kyle cover our third Toad The Wet Sprocket album, Coil. If you like what you hear and want to support the podcast, you can become a Patreon supporter: https://www.patreon.com/audiojudo You can also buy some swag with our logo on it: https://www.teepublic.com/user/a…
 
If you're a fan of 80s music like we are, you might say some of your favorite bands are The Police, REM, Squeeze, The Go-Gos, The Alarm, The English Beat and The Bangles. First of all, we would say you've got great taste in music. We'd also say it was artist manager and music executive Miles Copeland that helped usher in this 80s music renaissance.…
 
I am joined by singer, Kate Clark. She’s an up and coming country music star but she’s not exactly new to singing. Prior to her move to Nashville to concentrate on her music, she lived in LA, trying to learn everything she could about the entertainment business. She wound up being a body double for Scarlett Johansson and singing in the Pitch Perfec…
 
Some start at the beginning, some start at the end. At Rock and Roll Heaven, we start in the middle...Tom Petty's career spanned over 40 years. In addition to being one of the best-selling artists of all time, he was part of the greatest supergroup in music history. That's where we begin our story. Check out our next Heavy Hitter, the incomparable …
 
We chat with Alan Hewitt this week. Alan’s list of credits is too extensive to mention in a short podcast intro. But they include Earth, Wind, & Fire, The Moody Blues, Warrant, & The Grand Tour. He has written music that has appeared in critically acclaimed movies and TV series, played with Hall of Fame musicians, and released several solo albums. …
 
After discussing the book for 21 weeks, hosts Nate Wilcox & Ryan Harkness get the opportunity to ask some questions of the authors. Bill Brewster & Frank Broughton describe their motivation for writing the book, how they worked together and how they decided what to include and what to leave out of their pioneering history of the DJ. Let It Roll is …
 
The fuse was lit in 1966. Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, and Keith Moon came together to record a proto-metal classic. After the session an offhand quip from Keith Moon sticks with Jimmy Page. Then we meet The G; the imposing Peter Grant. Led Zeppelin’s fearsome tough-guy manager was a key reason why Zep dominated the rock landscape in the…
 
In this episode of Suns Out Mics Out, Bakko is joined by the original Jesus Chrysler bass player Knuckles. Along with the standard summer talk, Bakko & Knuckles share some of the road stories from their years in God's Favorite Band. A very candid and stripped down conversation of two old friends laughing at themselves. And of course they jam at the…
 
Andy Biersack is the lead singer and creative powerhouse behind Black Veil Brides, who has a new album and graphic novel series coming out, called The Phantom Tomorrow. He's also the host of The Andy Show podcast, and star of the Amazon Prime show Paradise City. As Andy prepares to hit the road on tour with In This Moment, he talks the fans, songwr…
 
In this week's podcast, Mark and Jasper are joined by the excellent Dr. Jennifer Otter Bickerdike to talk about her new Nico book, You Are Beautiful and You Are Alone: The Biography of Nico. Jennifer shares the story of where the idea for the book came from and contemplates comparisons of Nico with Marianne Faithfull. The three of them also conside…
 
Rock’n’roll icon Javier Escovedo is perhaps best known for being the founding member of the legendary early West Coast punk combo The Zeros. A life-long musician hailing from Chula Vista, California, he formed the The Zeros in 1976. After playing three gigs total, by early 1977, they put out a record on Bomp, literally becoming a sensation with the…
 
It was such a thrill to hang out with the great Suzi Quatro, one of the hottest Rockin' gals in the whole wide world! She's still showing us that the rock and roll will never end, baby! Her newest album proves it! Here we go dolls!! Check out all info on my website: www.pameladesbarres.com This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts. Learn more about yo…
 
Summertime is the right time for taking road trips, and whether you’re taking a day trip or loading up the car for a cross country adventure, you gotta have some tunes. On today’s episode of Prisoners of Rock and Roll, we’ve put together the ultimate road trip playlist. We’re going to play some clips, share some insight, and talk about some great m…
 
In episode 109 Martin talks about the Best Last Songs Ever with these five songs: 1. Thin Lizzy – “Heart Attack” 2. Rush – “The Garden” 3. David Bowie – “I Can’t Give Everything Away” 4. Nirvana – “All Apologies” 5. Led Zeppelin – “I’m Gonna Crawl” To connect or learn more about Martin head over to: www.martinpopoff.com This show is part of Pantheo…
 
It's that time again: grab your favorite pair of headphones and carve out an hour to jam out to our monthly mixtape. As is the goal, we bring a pretty decent mix of genres from dronegaze to vaporwave. But we don't often decade-hop quite like we did on this tracklist, from 80s post-punk to the latest disco-leaning track from Unknown Mortal Orchestra…
 
Welcome to part 2 of the Love That Album 10 Year Anniversary extravaganza. If you missed the first part, I asked 7 previous co hosts to recommend some favourite albums recorded over the lifespan of the show. In part 1, I had the first four guests (Ian McFarlane, Jeff Jenkins, Eric Peterson and Heather Drain). The three remaining guests who will sha…
 
The musician's musician is a phrase bandied around a lot but it's a fitting cap for virtuoso Ron Block. Ron's practice regimes are legendary and he's equally well known for being simply an all round decent human being. I've always been taken with his curious nature, his goodwill and openness to music outside of bluegrass. I really enjoyed this inte…
 
Host Nate Wilcox welcomes back musician and historian Brooks Long for the second installment of their David Ritz book club covering “Divided Soul: The Life Of Marvin Gaye.” The conversation covers Gaye’s troubled personal life and his many musical triumphs from the early days at Motown, through What’s Going On and Sexual Healing. Let It Roll is pro…
 
A perfect score! Goldmine's anonymous reviewer Dr. Disc gives Dr. Strange Records of Alta Loma, California an A-plus overall rating as a record store. He claims, "It's got everything needed for a great record store and deserves this perfect score!" Listen to this Record Store Recon edition of the Goldmine Podcast and find out what exactly makes Dr.…
 
Recorded in February 2021 via Zoom, Country music sensation Kalie Shorr shares her journey to voicing taboo topics in the first of a two-part podcast series. Her debut album “Open Book” was listed at #7 on the New York Times Best Albums of 2019, named one of CMT’s Next Women of Country, The New Nashville by Teen Vogue, a Top 10 Country Artists to W…
 
Summer is coming. So call the captain ashore and leave your parents behind for another episode of THE STORY SONG PODCAST. Join your hosts as they review the 1966 classic, “Sloop John B,” by legendary California rock band, The Beach Boys. In this episode, we discuss pet sounds, sloop jobs, and corn recipes. Don’t get all broke up, you can always go …
 
This week Tom & Zeus review the November 13, 1980 appearance by Gene Simmons and Ace Frehley on the Australian TV program , The Don Lane Show. This surprise TV appearance was during the Unmasked tour in Australia in 1980. This rarely scene clip is unique in that it is only Gene & Ace. They showed up surprising the host and briefly joked with him an…
 
We wrap up Listener Episode Month with a double 5 Favorites! Mark Sauber of Red Deer, Alberta suggested that we delve into live music, giving our 5 Favorites live bands/shows AND live albums. So we ALL did! Another fun 5 Faves episode to celebrate the live part of music that many of us have missed during the pandemic! Feelin' a Canadian road trip i…
 
Mental health & addiction issues have plagued the artistic community for generations. The vulnerability that comes with putting yourself "out there" is a difficult process. It is even more problematic when an individual lacks the awareness to know and the ability to seek help because of traumatic life experiences. Singer/Songwriter , humanitarian, …
 
This episode I am honored to be joined by a great guitarist as well as an all-around great guy, Dave Weiner. Dave has been Steve Vai’s rhythm guitarist for many years. He shares how he met Steve and how Steve has helped him grow by keeping him out of his comfort zones. He also tells us the most important lessons he’s learned from Steve. Dave has re…
 
UK singer-songwriter Israel Portnoy lost his guitar collection, lyric books, poetry, notes and all of his personal belongings in a village fire two years ago. The only guitar to survive was the one he took with him when he left his house that morning. That guitar helped him recover, and is now the center piece of his latest project, Through The Fir…
 
Our guest is Jackson Browne (!) and we talk about his new record, Downhill From Everywhere, which comes out July 23. We start with his new album and then we foray all over his life and career from there. Follow me on Twitter at @routinelayup. Email me at justincox22@gmail.com. Find my new podcast, And the Pitch, anywhere you listen: anchor.fm/andth…
 
Eric doesn't feel the joy. Martin doesn't feel the pain. Special Guest: Ethan Flynn, amateur musician! Intro and Outro by Martin David Tapia Facebook Twitter TeePublic Ko-fi Proud partner of Pantheon! Check out a bunch of great shows on Pantheon Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
“None of us truly understood where we were headed, but we knew change was inevitable.” The Band meant something, their music had spoken to many. Whether that meant flying from another continent, taking a train cross country, selling their worldly possessions or quitting a job, even the slightest hint that The Band could hang it up caused a reaction…
 
The ups, the downs, the Pet Shop Boys... The '80s and '90s marked the twilight of Dusty Springfield's career and the tragic end of her life, Despite the battles, she had with substances, depression, and the fickle music industry, Dusty left an undeniable legacy. Help us celebrate her life in this, the final episode in our tribute to Dusty Springfie…
 
Repaint your minds a little. This week we sit down with Jansen Hogan of Indianapolis indie pop quartet The Wldlfe to discuss everything from social media addiction to what happens when we let our emotions drive the bus. In his usual way, Pedro shakes up a vibrant homage to the band's latest EP Repaint My Mind that helps us see the sunrise before we…
 
What do you think of when you think of ska music? If you're like me, you've heard of it, know it's in the realm of reggae, but might not be 100% sure what the differences are and which bands are playing it! Well, if that's the case then this episode of the Songfacts Podcast is for you. Today I speak with Marc Wasserman, a musician, fellow podcaster…
 
ABOUT STEVE SYBESMA: Steve got his start as a concert promoter in 1972. Based in Indianapolis he promoted shows independently before joining Sunshine Promotions in 1974. Sunshine grew into one of the biggest concert companies in America, eventually producing more than 7,500 concerts and events in Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, West Virginia, V…
 
In this week’s episode hosts Nate Wilcox & Ryan Harkness debate the questions raised in the final chapter of the book about the values of clubbing and whether or not the current mass success of superstar DJs represents a betrayal of those values. Let It Roll is proud to be part of Pantheon Podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone…
 
Most people believe the year they graduated high school was the greatest year in pop music history. We put that theory to the test as we match up the year Dave graduated high school, 1984, against 2017, the year his daughter, Emma, graduated. It's quite a battle, and you may be surprised to find, like Holly, that you might like the songs from 2017 …
 
Host Nate Wilcox and Dave Thompson try to puzzle out how a group that was barely a band nearly perfected the hard rock album in spite of themselves under the watchful eye of their manager Peter Grant and Jeff's best friend, Jimmy Page. Let It Roll is proud to be part of Pantheon Podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoic…
 
Music and pop culture critic Troy Smith (Cleveland Plain Dealer) returns to the show to talk with Joe & Kristen about the Rock Hall's history of honoring itself. How many people on the board of directors were subsequently inducted? What about people on the Nominating Committee? This is of course part of our Foo-ly celebration, as 2021 inductee Mr. …
 
It's been over a month but the boys are back! This ep digs deep into Russian hackers, billionaires racing to space, Ace Frehley's VIP package, Bakko and LC taking in live music at a Hairball show, and Freedom Fest (Warrant, Slaughter, Pearcy "Voice of RATT", BulletBoys, KIX). Plus White Claw Bingo, Bros being Bros, the Devil's Lettuce, and so much …
 
In 1972, director Perry Henzell released the film “The Harder They Come.” Its story revolves around a rural Jamaican musician who journeys to the city of Kingston in search of fame and fortune. Ivan, the central character is played by a young Jimmy Cliff. The film was an immediate hit in Jamaica and eventually the US via midnight shows, running wee…
 
Dan Murphy is the lead singer of the band All Good Things, their song For The Glory is all over Rock radio right now, and they are getting ready to hit the road with P.O.D. and From Ashes to New later this year. He talked to Mistress Carrie about music licensing, touring, the Simpsons, the LA Kings and the Stanley Cup, AC/DC, guitars, his drunk Mom…
 
This week on JBTV the Podcast, Gary Numan talks about the resistance he faced with his music, breaking through the noise and achieving credibility as an artist. Gary Numan: https://linktr.ee/machinemusic Follow Us On Social Media: Youtube - Instagram - Twitter Proud part of Pantheon Podcasts: www.panrhonpodcasts.com Learn more about your ad choices…
 
In this episode of Audio Judo Does Jazz, Chris delves in to the life and times of Sonny Rollins, an American jazz tenor saxophonist who is widely recognized as one of the most important and influential jazz musicians of the 20th century. Click here to visit the Audio Judo Does Jazz (AJDJ) website We want to hear from you: Facebook: facebook.com/aud…
 
In episode 108 Martin talks about How Bands Deal with Loss with these five songs: 1. The Last in Line – “Sword from the Stone” 2. Voivod – “Polaroids” 3. Metallica – “The Shortest Straw” 4. Rush – “Ghost Rider” 5. Queen – “Made in Heaven” To connect or learn more about Martin head over to: www.martinpopoff.com This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts…
 
This is a Performance Anxiety Podcast first. We welcome Livio Ercoli of the punk band Round Eye. Round Eye is based in Shanghai China. But the band is not Chinese. It’s full of ex-pats. Livio talks about how he got to China from Italy and how he started playing music there. He talks about how things are changing there and not for the better. Livio …
 
Today, YNL discusses Peach Fuzz by Caamp , and St. Elmo's Fire by John Parr. If you think you don’t like these songs, then You’re Not Listening. So #CleanOutYourEars and #ListenUp! Click Here for the Official You’re Not Listening Spotify Playlist! Every song that is discussed on YNL is on this playlist, as well as the most recent episode! To hear t…
 
The ninety-fourth minute starts with Penny's stomach getting pumped and ends with William learning Penny's real name. We are joined by special guest Miss Pamela Des Barres! Find Miss Pamela here: Podcast - Miss Pamela Des Barres' Pajama Party! Please Kill Me This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts at www.pantheonpodcasts.com. Listen to all the other…
 
We're back this week to talk about memories of KISS live with Koncert Memories! We know many of you have seen KISS live going all the way back to the glory days of the 70's. However, Aaron and Chris didn't get started until the early 90's. This makes for an interesting discussion as we got into the band at a commercial low-point and got to witness …
 
Longtime Goldmine contributor John M. Borack speaks to Goldmine editor Patrick Prince about his latest Beatles book, The Beatles 100: One Hundred Pivotal Moments in Beatles History. There were many pivotal moments in Beatles history and two examples that were brought up in this Goldmine Podcast episode were the transition from the rough 'n' tumble …
 
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