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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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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 …
 
On Episode #57 of ImmaLetYouFinish... Court & Amy catch up with Brit-Brit, celebrate New York, New Music and wonder if Shakira’s hips still don't lie. Check us out on the Pantheon Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesبقلم Pantheon Media
 
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 …
 
By the time 2005 rolled around, the garage rock heavy hitters had already made their mark. The Strokes and Interpol were both working on their 3rd records at this point, and bands that started with "The" were a dime a dozen. Bloc Party put their own stamp on the genre with elements of dance and Brit-rock infused into their sound, and a passion and …
 
With the ubiquity of fanzines, blogs and podcasts in the 21st century, anyone can publish their critiques on any form of the arts (including your humble hosts of this very show). For better or worse, we don't have to limit ourselves to the opinions of those who claim to “know better”. There was a time, though, where we'd have to rely on information…
 
With the pandemic almost behind us we look towards the future with positivity. We are able to be social again attending rock concerts, going for dinner, and enjoying a ballgame. In 2021, rock music is having a resurgence with some of its best music being released in decades. New bands and legacy artists are hitting home runs and fans are loving it.…
 
BBC Broadcaster Mark Radcliffe shares the time he saw U2 for the first time in Manchester England in October 1980 and shares his memories Part of Pantheon Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesبقلم Pantheon Media
 
Come paint California with us, fam. This week, we welcome the Atwood Magazine favorite Noah McBeth -- better known to the world as NoMBe -- into the studio for a light chat about the nature of time, space, and the human condition. If that sounds like too much to chew on, fear not. We also have a delicious sherbet-floated cocktail to wash it all dow…
 
Most of us initially learned about Gary Kemp though his work as the musical architect for the 80s band, Spandau Ballet so naturally we wanted to touch on everything surrounding the band. But first things first, as we launch into a talk about the creation of his cool new album, INSOLO, his work stepping into David Gilmour's spot in Nick Mason's Sauc…
 
Writer and personality Tom Scharpling (Best Show, It Never Ends) joins Joe & Kristen, as they go through every name in the Rock Hall and point out the bad ones. This is, of course, in honor of 2021 inductees the Foo Fighters. For it is Foo-ly!!! This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
As you'll hear in this week's episode, everyone in New Orleans music, Jazz, as well as other musical forms, owe something (if not everything) to Buddy Bolden. Yes, there was music in The Crescent City before him, but it was the feel and form of the way that he broke and remade music which influences improvisation through today! This is our 3rd epis…
 
Smack it up, flip it, rub it down, oh noooooo, it's episode 69 (hee-hee). Meet a young man with dreams of musical fame and fortune. He grew up in the States, but through hard work and study he earned a spot at London's prestigious Royal Academy of Music as a flautist. While attending Uni for flute playing this exceptional young man had a plan, a gr…
 
This week on JBTV the Podcast, Jerry Bryant and Grandson’s Jordan Edward Benjamin talk about the power of the music in American activism, and the importance of accountability, calling out corruption and challenging the status quo. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesبقلم Pantheon Media
 
The blues is the foundation for practically every type of modern music ever made, including rock and roll, rhythm and blues, jazz, and even hip hop. On today’s episode of Prisoners of Rock and Roll, we’re going to explore the more than 150 year history of the Blues. We’re going to visit the plantations and juke joints of the deep south and follow A…
 
New Zealand's Jesse Wilde turned a USA rock pilgrimage into chance encounters with two of his musical heroes. He joins us on this edition of Americana Music Profiles to share those stories and more! Part of Pantheon Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesبقلم Pantheon Media
 
From massive success to near obscurity, the 70's were a mixed bag for Dusty Springfield. She battled everything from vocal problems to substance abuse. In this, our third episode, we focus on the music behind a true icon in worldwide music. Join us for the next installment on unforgettable Heavy Hitter, Dusty Springfield!, on the Rock and Roll Heav…
 
On this episode of Audio Judo, Matthew and Kyle talk about what happens when a band only makes one album and then stop. Who did it best? Why did they stop? Does it count as a one-and-done if the members all go on to form another band that makes the same type of music and has the same fan base? Listen to find out. If you like what you hear and want …
 
Metal shrieker Dani Filth has traveled the globe for a quarter-century spreading the gothic black metal gospel of his band Cradle of Filth. The British group's latest album, Cryptoriana - The Seductiveness Of Decay, is their best in a decade. On top of the unusual gifts bequeathed to him by devout fans, everything from homemade dolls to large anima…
 
This week, Rich and Clint explore the greatest collaborations in music history — the short-lived but transcendent partnerships that produced magic. From Queen and Bowie to Run DMC and Aerosmith, with some unexpected nominees. As Louisa May Alcott said: it takes two flints to make a fire. This episode celebrates the great collaborations when sparks …
 
Legendary punk rock goddess Alice Bag is a multi-talented trailblazing artist. Musician, singer/songwriter, author of two critically acclaimed books, educator and ferocious feminist. She’s also a rock’n’roll historian, creator/curator of the “Women In LA Punk Archives”, a platform with first person accounts of the lives of several female musician a…
 
For another episode in "The Albums That Made Us" series, I'm joined by Chris Czynszak, co-host of the "Decibel Geek" podcast and the organizer of the RockNPod Expo, to talk about how the same band, about 10 years apart, had a huge affect on both our lives. If you enjoyed this episode, here are a couple of other Kiss-related episodes for your listen…
 
Mark Farner, formerly of Grand Funk Railroad, and currently part of Mark Farner’s American Band is hanging out with us this episode. His extensive career began after a football injury. He has a great technique for conditioning your brain to sing and play guitar at the same time. After his time in other bands was over, Mark co-founded Grand Funk Rai…
 
Man, Eric and Martin really freak Zach out... Special Guest: Corey O'Flanagan from the Songfacts Podcast! 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…
 
Episode #58 Dean DeLeo, guitarist from Stone Temple Pilots checked in with Mistress Carrie to talk about the reissue of Tiny Music... songs from the Vatican gift shop, his musical influences, woodwind instruments, songs he wrote in high school, his first guitar, baseball, Scott Weiland, Chester Bennington, Tom Petty and much more. About Dean DeLeo …
 
This week Tom & Zeus review Part Two of the A&E Original "Biography KISSTORY." The KISS World remained abuzz with the conclusion of the documentary. Tom & Zeus breakdown and discuss in SIOL fashion, Part Two of the documentary. The boys have a lot more to say about the second half of the documentary, which focused on the original breakup of the ori…
 
In the new episode of the RBP podcast, hosts Barney, Mark & Jasper welcome the great Nelson George into "the cupboard", all the way from his native Brooklyn. Nelson talks about his long and distinguished career, from interning at Billboard via his Village Voice column to his recently-published collection The Nelson George Mixtape, Vol. 1. His hosts…
 
A decade ago (July 14, 2011 to be precise), I unleashed the first episode of Love That Album podcast on the world. Music journalist and massive Bruce Springsteen fan, Jeff Jenkins and I debated which was a better album from the Boss – The Wild, The Innocent and the E Street Shuffle (me) or Darkness On The Edge of Town (Jeff). I'm pretty sure I won.…
 
Aaron Camaro of Decibel Geek joins Loose Cannon for the premiere ep of AC/LC to bust balls and laugh uncontrollably while discussing their love of Local H and showcasing their favorite tracks. Mission Statement: Encouraging our listeners to dig into Local H’s catalog for some hard rock gems and see them live! A 2 piece rock band from Zion, IL, Loca…
 
Welcome Scarlett Sabet to the podcast. She’s not a photographer, but she’s on the podcast because of one. When I had photographer Scarlet Page on the show, I mentioned that I loved this photo she had taken of a red headed young woman with the sun shining in the space between her arm and her face, partially obscuring her. It’s an incredible shot. Sh…
 
In episode 107 Martin talks One and Done with these five songs: 1. Katmandu – “Love Hurts” 2. Salty Dog – “Slow Daze” 3. Pride & Glory – “Horse Called War” 4. Green River – “Porkfist” 5. Sex Pistols – “Problems” To connect or learn more about Martin head over to: www.martinpopoff.com This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts. Learn more about your ad …
 
Host Nate Wilcox welcomes Dave Thompson to discuss Holland-Dozier-Holland and his book “Come and Get These Memories: The Genius of Holland-Dozier-Holland, Motown’s Incomparable Songwriters.” Nate and Dave talk about how the HDH team came together, their creative dynamic, the hits they made the hits for many of Motown's greatest artists including Th…
 
Have we run out of superlatives to describe Béla Fleck's banjo playing and his genre defying musical career? We Banjo 3's banjo maestro Enda Scahill, takes Béla on a winding trip down memory lane discussing his earliest influences, New Grass Revival, the enduring importance of Earl Scruggs, his deep respect and love for his mentor Chick Corea, and …
 
Goldmine's roving anonymous reporter, Dr. Disc., takes on a journey to Chandler, Arizona, where we find a large, impeccably organized record store named Asylum Records. "It's like a museum, not just a record store," claims the good doctor ... so find out why by listening to this Record Store Recon edition of the Goldmine Podcast! Learn more about y…
 
In the early 2000s Mark, Tom and Travis were the kings of pop punk. And we knew them all too well: three goofballs who ran naked through the streets of California and sang about masturbation and diarrhea. But the boys of Blink-182 were ready to break out of that box and finally be taken seriously. So when they went into the studio to record what wo…
 
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