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U Talkin' U2 To Me?
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In anticipation of U2's latest album release, Adam Scott (Parks and Recreation) and Scott Aukerman (Comedy Bang! Bang!) come together as superfan Adam Scott Aukerman to discuss the music and impact of the band. Listen in as these friends cover everything from Boy to No Line on the Horizon, and reveal a little something about themselves along the way.
 
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Taylor Talk: The Taylor Swift Podcast | 1989 | Shake It Off | Blank Space | Red | Speak Now | Fearless | Taylor Swift
 
Taylor Talk is the biggest, baddest, most AWESOME Taylor Swift Podcast in the world!! Listen as our expert team of hosts, made up of fans like you, take you through the latest Taylor Swift news, tour discussions and more!! Our song analyses look deep into some of Taylor Swift's greatest hits including: Shake It Off, Blank Space, You Belong With Me, I Knew You Were Trouble, We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together and everything else from the 1989, Red, Speak Now, Fearless and Taylor Swift's a ...
 
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Swiftcast: The #1 Taylor Swift Podcast
 
Welcome to Swiftcast : The #1 Taylor Swift Podcast! We are a free, weekly talk show with the goal of providing an entertaining and unique experience to our listeners by promoting fan content, conducting both fan and celebrity interviews, and reporting the latest happenings on everything Taylor!Join us by subscribing FREE on iTunes or stream each episode directly here on Blog Talk Radio. Most importantly, be a part of our show! Give us feedback on our episodes, share your opinions, or just sa ...
 
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Big Band Serenade
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Big Band Serenade takes you back to the bigband era with shows of the best from the 1920s-1950s. A time when music was a part of the fabric of the American society. The radio made this music assessable to everyone. Relive each week the best Swing,Blues, Jazz, and those great singers from the golden age of music and radio. oldtimeradiodvd.com
 
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Compleatly Beatles
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Compleatly Beatles takes a fun, irreverent look at all the Beatles albums – one album and every song per show.
 
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Lead Singer Syndrome
Weekly
 
What is it like to be the lead singer of a band? Shane Told, frontman of the critically-acclaimed rock band Silverstein, brings you candid interviews with all of your favorite singers on this podcast. Is it really all sex, drugs, and rock 'n roll? Find out for yourself on Lead Singer Syndrome.
 
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Something About the Beatles
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Hosted by authors Robert Rodriguez and Richard Buskin, Something About The Beatles features fascinating, informative discussion on the group's career.
 
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The Deadpod
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Web home for the Deadpod
 
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Michael Jackson Podcast
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This podcast is hosted by Positively Michael, a diverse, multimedia Michael Jackson fan community. This podcast covers news, books, music, and more!
 
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Break It Down with Matt Carter
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Matt Carter goes in depth to really break down what is going on with people, art, music, science and more. The first 12 episodes Matt and Toby will give an in depth look at what went into the making of each song on Emery's new album, You Were Never Alone.
 
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Dennis Mitchell's Breakfast With The Beatles Podcast
 
“Dennis Mitchell's Breakfast With The Beatles” is among the world's longest-running weekly tribute shows about the Best Band Ever. Listen each week for a combination listening party and in-depth study of the most amazing phenomenon in music history. Host Dennis Mitchell has produced the show since 1991, covering every Beatle topic imaginable and featuring guests that include Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, Yoko Ono, Olivia Harrison, Pete Best, George & Giles Martin, Geoff Emerick and literally ...
 
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Elvis Presley
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Covering the brilliant recording career of Elvis Aaron Presley, The Elvis Presley Podcast presents an episodic journey through the King of Rock and Roll's life and music career. Featuring a variety of interviews and musical excerpts covering the Early Years, Gospel to Movies to Las Vegas and beyond, the Elvis Presley Podcast is your inside track into the world of one the most profound creative artists of all-time.For more great podcasts, please visit the main Legacy Recordings Podcast page.
 
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Patcast by Pat Monahan
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In between my crazy schedule with my band Train, I've found time to sit down with friends, new and old, and interview them and play a song or two. Enjoy!
 
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Britney: In The Mix
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It's All About Britney Spears
 
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Podcast – The Bay Bridged – San Francisco Bay Area Indie Music
 
TheBayBridged.com is your source for finding the best indie music in the San Francisco Bay Area.
 
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Hi My Name Is Mark
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the best podcast ever
 
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Fab 4 Free 4 All
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Enlightening discussion about the Music of The Beatles by three long-time Beatles collectors and historians.
 
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Things We Said Today Beatles Radio
 
Great weekly discussion of the Beatles world by Beatles experts Allan Kozinn, Steve Marinucci and Ken Michaels. Send comments to thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com.
 
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I've Got a Beatles Podcast!
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An educational, informative, and irreverent look at all things Beatles.
 
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Michael Jackson's Dream Lives On
 
Dynamic, Influential, Inclusive, Cultural, Explorative, Unique
 
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Ground Sound Podcast
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unEARTH Music Hub presents Ground Sound podcast episodes featuring underground and not-so-underground bands.
 
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Podcast Rock City
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Your weekly KISS FIX!!
 
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Beatles On This Day
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Celebrating the fab 4 from Liverpool! Proud to have had our show re-tweeted by #AcrossTheUniverse star #JimSturgess - Our Beatles show was chosen as Podcast Of The Day on Player.fm - @podcastoftheday tweets one fabulous new episode and one amazing podcast series and one day they chose us!!!
 
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Big Band Bash
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The Sounds of the Great Big Bands from Yesterday and Today
 
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It Came From Japan
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Discover the hottest bands in Japan, with tunes and interviews direct from Tokyo!
 
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Yes Music Podcast
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Two fans' exploration of the world's greatest progressive rock band
 
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Never Was Podcast
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What happened to me and how in the world did I end up here? This is... Never Was. Hosted by Mark Salomon.
 
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Big Band Stage Door Canteen
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Big Band Jazz Music from the Big Band Era of the 30's to the 90's and beyond hosted by Rick Howard and Stan "The Man" Kratchman.
 
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A Year With The Beatles
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A limited series of podcasts exploring virtually every studio album by the Beatles, month by month featuring Graeme Burk and Rob Jones.
 
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Easy Ed's Variety Hour
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Easy Ed's Variety Hour radio show features rockabilly, old r&b, 50s rock 'n' roll, and vintage country music.
 
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The Great Divide - The Big Country Podcast
 
An audio fanzine for legendary Scottish rock band Big Country, displaying incredible levels of geekitude when it comes to the discussion of Big Country minutiae.
 
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WMGK - Andre Gardner's Beatles Minute
 
The Beatles Minute by Andre Gardner. Presented by WMGK - 102.9 FM in Philadelphia.
 
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The Local Music Revolution
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A podcast for local music and the companies and individuals that help those bands.
 
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Will's Band of the Week
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A weekly podcast featuring indie and alternative rock bands
 
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Beatle Briefs Podcast
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A Weekly Radio Show About Beatle News.http://www.rockartshow.com
 
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Uncovering the Unsigned
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Bringing you new music from the best unsigned bands out there
 
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Best Midwestern
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Punknews.org presents Best Midwestern, a podcast focusing on music of the U.S. Midwest, hosted by Greg Simpson and Scott Heisel.
 
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The Andy Social Podcast
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Getting Casual with Andy
 
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When They Was Fab: Electric Arguments About the Beatles
 
Talk, more talk, chat, more chat - We're happy to do it for you (Beatles)
 
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We Like It Loud with Kellin Quinn
 
Kellin Quinn turns it up as he brings you exclusive interviews with the hottest bands on the scene. He answers twitter questions, connects with fans, and grants VIP access to the music industry like no one else. Crank it to 11 with "We Like It Loud" and Kellin Quinn!
 
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Podcast Mosh
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The world's greatest thrash metal band converses about music, video games, and whatever else they feel like in the greatest podcast known to man. In the history of all podcasts. Ever.
 
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There Ain't Nothing Going On Here
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TANGOH is music podcast featuring tracks by bands from in and around Portland, Oregon USA. In addition to a weekly thematic playlist, we feature special interviews with and playlists by integral members of the Portland music scene.
 
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The Band Practice
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We're working on it.
 
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SOTL Podcast
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Podcast by SOTL Podcast
 
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THE GOAT PARADE Presented by Blind Blind Tiger
 
BOOTLEGGING BANDS FROM A SPEAKEASY IN DOWNTOWN LA​ It’s simple really. We like bands and we like booze, so we established our own Blind Tiger (another term for a speakeasy -- shhhhhh) in the heart of LA’s meat packing district. Because we may or may not know what we are doing, we named our speakeasy the "Blind Blind Tiger." THE GOAT PARADE is a Blind Blind Tiger spin off of sorts, a gonzo podcast focusing on a guest musician or artist while showcasing the current climate of the music scene, ...
 
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I'm With the Band
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Get your front row ticket to interviews and jam sessions with up and coming bands and talent. Local flair, raw talent, and a passion for music are what our guests bring to the table. Get a sneak peak of a performance and find out what really motivates them for success in the music industry.
 
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The Casey Bates Podcast
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Podcast by Casey Bates
 
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Taylor Talking Taylor
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Taylor Wilhite talks about all things Taylor Swift, and mostly things that aren't that.
 
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The Proc-Cast
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The Proc-Cast is a podcast with the aim to promote upcoming awesome relatively unknown bands to a new audience. All styles of music are welcome, be it Folk or Funk, Polka or Punk the most talented musicians have the opportunity to showcase their music here. Each episode brings you music and interview focusing on a single artist, giving them a spotlight to share with a wider audience of music lovers.The Proc-Cast is open to Worldwide interaction. If you are interested in being involved then p ...
 
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The Robot 40 Podcast
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A robot (not really) interviews bands and makes dad jokes.
 
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Air Date: Sep 04 2017 - Big Band Stage Door Canteen For September 04, 2017
 
Produced by Preston Frazier, Bill Govier, Wayne Hall and Michel Arsenault. What Yes music would go with which life event? This is a topic suggested by Jeffrey Crecelius and was great fun for Mark and me to discuss. There’s also time for two Two Pences and Mark reviews the GTR album. Titles or moods – … Continue reading "Yes Music for Life Event ...…
 
This week's Deadpod features the second set from the excellent performance the band gave us from March 24th, 1973 at the Spectrum in Philadelphia PA. This performance is solid throughout, Jerry's vocals are spot on, and the entire band is on the top of their game. This set contains one of the great jams ever, coming out of Truckin' and through ...…
 
Abstract: In part 2 of 8 Years – 8 Short Films, Karin and Elizabeth discuss The Way You Make Me Feel and Speed Demon. Also
 
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Dennis Mitchell's Breakfast With The Beatles Podcast
 
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You’ve probably heard Wilko’s voice without even realising it. Being the voice of Channel TEN for several years, Neil Wilcock has graced the ears of millions of Australian’s through high rated television programs such as The Bachelor & Bachelorette, Masterchef, Survivor Australia and many more. His repertoire also includes voice work for The Di ...…
 
A weekly update on what's happening with John, Paul, George and Ringo. Sponsored by www.rockartshow.com.
 
This week, Ken, Allan and Steve look at the music Paul McCartney has written for films. These would include "The Family Way," "The Magic Christian" and many others. They also talk about some of the latest Beatles news. As always, be sure to let us know what you think about this episode or any other. You can send your comments directly to our em ...…
 
From the dawn of the Debut era all the way through 1989, Taylor's style has directly evolved with each album she has released. On this week's episode, our hosts revisit what fashion choices defined each era- the clothes, the hairstyles, the lipstick, you name it - in an attempt to predict Taylor's image during album 6. Will Taylor keep the same ...…
 
August Burns Red's guitarist JB Brubaker joins today to discuss his process switching from mic'd amps to DI for live shows, share tour stories, and the frustrations of traveling with a rig. Matt also plays a clip of a solo JB wrote on an Emery album and get into arranging, style, and tablature. Links & Sponsors: breakitdownpod.com Emery shows: ...…
 
Air Date: Jul 17 2017 - Big Band Stage Door Canteen for July 17, 2017
 
"Eight Days A Week" garners a few more nominations for its director, and guitarists will want to check out a new George Harrison-inspired Fender Strat. (more…)The post Beatles Minute - week of July 17, 2017 appeared first on 102.9 WMGK.
 
This week we start part one of our look at KISS trilogies! Check it out!
 
Grant's Underground returns, with music by Palm, Kraus, Guerilla Toss, and the Dead C.
 
This week we look at all-Beatles radio, yesterday and today. Over thirty years ago, tiny Texas City AM station KYST changed formats to become the first all-Beatles station in the country. MAnagement couldn't have had too much faith in the format, as they never filed the paperwork or paid the fee to officially change their call letters to KBTL. ...…
 
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Lead Singer Syndrome
 
Seaway's Ryan Locke jumps on the phone from his "Vacation" and speaks with Shane while he's in Orlando, FL on Warped Tour. After getting through a couple interruptions from a strange woman on the streets, they chat about Ryan's conversion from drumming to singing, our Mom's being friends, the Canadian "theme" and how smoking weed led to the for ...…
 
Sorry, folks, here's the correct file for July 14. Easy Ed’s Variety Hour (now two hours), on WMFO in Medford, airs alternating Friday evenings from 6-8 PM Eastern time. If you like rockabilly, hillbilly, old country, vintage R&B, and 50s and early 60s rock ‘n’ roll, please tune in! Streaming live at www.wmfo.org or tune in to 91.5 FM in the Bo ...…
 
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Something About the Beatles
 
Our guests in this episode – Jim Mawer and “Rita” – are not likely anyone you’ve ever heard of before. They’ve haven’t written books or appeared as guest speakers at any Beatle fan gatherings. But they did grow up in Liverpool; being a few years younger than the Beatles, they were uniquely situated in the right place at the right time to witnes ...…
 
1940 - 1941 were good years for the big bands as they were full of great music. For the next two weeks I am going to be playing another program from the Time-Life series, "The Swing Era". This was a really good series presented in two year segments. Each set came with three records and a nice book telling about the music in the set. I discovere ...…
 
Produced by Preston Frazier, Bill Govier, Wayne Hall and Michel Arsenault. This week I couldn’t find a time to record with Mark but we still managed to take another, separate look at The Ladder after many mentions of it recently. Mark also reviews Yesterdays. What to leave out? What to put on? Live or studio … Continue reading "The Ladder Revis ...…
 
This week's Deadpod is a request from Steve, a great friend of the Deadpod's, who wanted to hear this phenomenal show from March 24th, 1973 at the Philadelphia Spectrum. The first set clocks in at over 90 minutes and is an excellent example of the early 1973 sound, where the band is moving from towards a more jazzy fluid style and its reflected ...…
 
This week, Steve, Ken and Allan look back at the meeting of John Lennon and Paul McCartney that took place 60 years ago, its simplicity and significance. We also talk about Ringo celebrating his birthday and announcing his new album, and Paul going back on tour. As always, be sure to let us know what you think about this episode or any other. Y ...…
 
Known by most as Salty, Andrew Saltmarsh is a well known Australian illustrator and the visual artistic mastermind behind Melbourne band Toehider. Remember my episode with Mike Mills? Check it out HERE. In addition to his own personal work and involvement with Toehider, Salty has produced work for names such as Jordan Rudess of Dream Theater, c ...…
 
Air Date: Aug 28 2017 - Big Band Stage Door Canteen for August 28, 2017
 
On this week's episode, we're giving you ALL the third album feels with an in-depth look back at the Speak Now Tour, which kicked off 6 years ago in 2011. We take a trip down memory lane with a countdown of our top 13 moments, including some great clips to help you fully relive the magic! What was your favorite part of the Speak Now Tour? Conta ...…
 
A weekly update on what's happening with John, Paul, George and Ringo. Sponsored by www.rockartshow.com.
 
We Are Libertarians podcast host Chris Spangle joins Matt to discuss political engagement. They have similar views and stances on politics, but different opinions of how to go about engaging or not engaging and on what levels. They also discuss what role culture has in the political realm. Links & Sponsors: breakitdownpod.com That's It: thatsit ...…
 
Air Date: Jul 10 2017 - Big Band Stage Door Canteen for July 10, 2017
 
Ringo made a surprise announcement at his birthday bash in Hollywood on the 7th, and Paul and Sony come to an out of court settlement on Beatles publishing. (more…)The post Beatles Minute - week of July 10, 2017 appeared first on 102.9 WMGK.
 
This week we're joined by Brett Weiss, author of Encyclopedia of KISS: Music, Personnel, Events and Related Subjects. Check it out!
 
The third and final week of our formal review of the Deluxe Edition of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. We start with the high resolution stereo version available on the DVD and BluRay, follow it up with a look at the Dolby Atmos system, and the special June 1 anniversary theatrical playback at theatres around the country. Rounding out th ...…
 
Will and Barrett discuss the 20th anniversary of Radiohead's OK Computer, plus Cigarettes After Sex, live reports, and travel reports.
 
One of the most requested guests, Knocked Loose frontman Bryan Garris talks about the hype surrounding his band, religion, the importance of hardcore history, playing Warped Tour for the first time, and being terrified about having to write a follow up to the acclaimed debut album Laugh Tracks.
 
Well, we have come to the end of our look at the music in the Smithsonian Institution's 4-CD set "Swing That Music". On the show today we will be listening to some of the music from the latter half of the 1940's. We will be hearing such artists as Boyd Raeburn, Sarah Vaughn, Dizzy Gillespie, and Woody Herman. I have really enjoyed picking out t ...…
 
We celebrate Slapstick’s victory in our Ska Battle Tournament by sitting down with Brendan Kelly who dishes some stories from the band’s history and gives insights into certain songs. We also review the new EP by Thoughts of Ionesco.
 
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Podcast – The Bay Bridged – San Francisco Bay Area Indie Music
 
http://media.libsyn.com/media/thebaybridged/LTM_July_2017.mp3 Download: Live This Month: July 2017 (Podcast #410) In Live This Month, we sample some of the great local and out-of-town bands performing in the coming month in the San Francisco Bay Area. This month's mix features unpredictable Philly art-rock band Palm, the genre-mashing punk-meet ...…
 
Produced by Preston Frazier, Bill Govier, Wayne Hall and Michel Arsenault. We welcome Bob to the show to talk about what he would have on a 1 hour Yes CD! Mark also reviews Tales From Topographic Oceans! What to leave out? What to put on? Live or studio tracks? Listen to the episode then let … Continue reading "Desert Island Yes CD – 289"…
 
Lucky 7's today :) and I hope you'll feel lucky after listening to this week's fine second set from the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mt. View CA on June 21st, 1989. This is a fine set for the period, Jerry is in excellent voice, and Phil is energetic and out front throughout. Jerry breaks out the Fender -Midi outfit during space, which is quite in ...…
 
Happy 77th Birthday to Ringo! In lieu of a livecast at noon, we present a bit of chat, a bit of music and (hopefully) a bit of fun. Peace and Love!
 
In honor of his birthday, Richard and Robert honor Ringo by focusing an entire show on his drumming (as well as that of his predecessor). Aboard for the discussion is Gary Astridge, Ringo’s drum historian and archivist, as well as Alex Cain and Terry McCusker, authors of Ringo Starr and The Beatles Beat. We’ll be exploring the kits he used as w ...…
 
This week, Steve, Allan and Ken meet with Dan Amrich of Pallete-Swap Ninja, who, along with Jude Kelley and Katrin Auch created the incredibly hilarious album "Princess Leia's Stolen Death Star Plans" that spoofs "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" and "Star Wars." You can hear and see it on YouTube at http://bit.ly/starwarsbeatles and down ...…
 
Join us as we dig into George Harrison's last "Indian" Beatles song from 1968, "The Inner Light." We discuss the music, lyrics, and as always, scrounge up a few rare cover versions.
 
Beers and babbling! Chris Asher and Dean Hobson are the hosts of The Podcast Formerly Known As, based out of Melbourne. Chris is a stand up comedian, YouTube star and Dean is a stand up guy and expert clanger magnet! Their podcast has been going for a few years now and has a loyal following throughout the podcast world. If you’re a big podcast ...…
 
Happy Birthday, America! On this week's episode, we get into the holiday spirit by taking a look back at Taylor's iconic and highly publicized annual 4th of July parties. Spanning from 2013 through 2016, we revisit all of the greatest outfits, squad photos, swans, and slides in a star-spangled episode you won't want to miss! Special thanks to e ...…
 
The Art of Charm's Jordan Harbinger joins for this 4th of July episode where we discuss how technology effects social skills, differential learning styles, and costs and benefits of having "Southern Charm." Jordan and Matt connect in business as well, with networking, work ethic, and the extreme-ownership ethos. Sponsors & Links http://www.brea ...…
 
Air Date: Jul 03 2017 - Big Band Stage Door Canteen for July 03, 2017
 
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