The Too Much Rock podcast is a 30-minute journey through the weekly music acquisitions of its creator. It may feature indie rock, twee, mathrock, alt country, post punk, or any other named or unnamed genre.
Sound Opinions is the World's only rock and roll talkshow. Hosted by Jim DeRogatis of WBEZ and Greg Kot of the Chicago Tribune. Each week Jim and Greg bring you the latest music news and reviews. Plus tune in to hear exclusive interviews and performances. Sound Opinions is a production of WBEZ and distributed by PRX. Updated weekly.
Hello and welcome to the Progzilla Podcast – Proving that Prog isn’t just for Dinosaurs! Progzilla is a weekly radio show and podcast dedicated to new, forthcoming and recent releases, news, reviews, tour and release dates, interviews, competitions and much more from the world of Progressive Rock.
Rock 'n' roll all night ... and party once a week! Hosted by Pat Francis, Rock Solid is the comedy/music podcast that brings you music “both new and classic," plus lots of laughs and musical guests. Joining the fun are producer Kyle Dodson and Pat’s hilarious rotating co-hosts: April Richardson, Mike Siegel, Christy Stratton and Murray Valeriano.
Eddie Trunk, the most well-known name in hard rock and metal music, brings his insight, commentary, reviews, discussion and in-depth interviews to the podcast world! Join Eddie and his famous friends in rock and entertainment every week for a rollicking good time.
Every week the folks behind Punknews.org turn a critical eye on the week's most notable stories, offering commentary, insight and hopefully a little humor. We also preview new music from underground bands.
MONTY'S ROCKCAST is hosted by musician, Monty Colvin, and it's THE BEST PODCAST IN THE HISTORY OF MANKIND! Join him as he takes an informative and often humorous look at the world of music. For fans of Metal, Alternative, and Progressive Rock from the 70's, 80's, 90's and the new bands of today.
The Americana Rock Mix is a weekly podcast featuring new music from mainstream and independent artists in the Americana (music) genre. The show is hosted by Von and is occasionally co-hosted with various friends whom are also musicians. Released each Thursday morning, the episodes are generally one hour in length and feature Von premiering a large playlist of new music and sometimes discussing things in his personal life.
Progressive Rock, Metal, Comedy, Classic Rock Obscura and more from an ex-FM Radio workhorse-turned-podcaster and his occasional sidekick The Devil (yes, really). This eclectic podcast is not ALL music: Our world-famous features include "Letter To The Devil", "Track 13: Live From Fatboy's Basement!", "Uncle-Vision" and our newest sensation: "Audrey's World Series Of Heavy Listeners"!
A rock & metal music discussion show that takes an in-depth view on such earth-shattering topics as the level of sphincter pain generated by Nickelback's discography and debating what lives under Bret Michaels wig. We also occasionally interview some music-y folks you may have heard of. Yes, we really did just end that sentence with a preposition. That's how rock and roll we are.
Punk Rock Demonstration Radio, one of the longest running punk rock radio stations located at http://www.punkrockdemo.com broadcasts punk, punk rock, and interviews of bands. New shows broadcast every Monday 7:00PM - 9:00PM and every Tuesday 7:00AM - 9:00AM Pacific time. This podcast serves as an archive of the previously broadcasted radio shows on Punk Rock Demonstration Radio.
This is the Real School of Rock! The Original Rock and Roll Podcast.Interviews, music and more from a Rock and Roll Geek.All done with a Metal Sludge,Blabbermouth sense of humor For fans of Aerosmith,Cheap Trick,Wildhearts,Metallica,AC/DC,American Heartbreak,Alice Cooper,New York Dolls,Sex Pistols,Motley Crue,Starz,Runaways,Punk,Joan Jett,Suzi Quatro,Nazareth,Hanoi Rocks,D Generation,Dictators,Ramones,Kiss,Guns n\' Roses,Glam,Metal,etc.
This 3-hour internet radio show will attempt to expand your musical horizons! From Progressive to Alternative, Berlin School to Metal, the vision stays true: to expand your boundaries of music into realms you never knew existed. Your music collection will thank you!
Mostly Harmless is Denver's punk rock talk show. After a few beers, Damian talks to Musicians, comedians, artists, filmmakers and more about their origins stories, creating their own paths, future projects; along with life, the universe and everything!
The Pennsylvania Rock Show is a podcast that features an unsigned rock band interview usually from Pennsylvania. The interview is part of our online radio show of the same name that is full of songs from the best unsigned bands Pennsylvania has to offer. The show is then rebroadcast on some of the biggest internet radio stations out there, as well as, a FM Station in St. Louis.The show is hosted by Bill Domiano of www.akmusicscene.com and runs commercial free. It includes a segment called “Get Outta Town” (Sponsored by Total Music & Entertainment), that plays 3 songs from bands outside of PA, which has proved the shows popularity, as bands from all over the world are submitting material and coming to town to be interviewed. Our Concert Calendar segment (sponsored by F.U. Entertainment) provides upcoming concert information for our local bands. The Pennsylvania Rock Show creates an avenue for world wide exposure for which otherwise bands would not have any outlets other than a local bar or party.
On Request Magazine is an online rock music and entertainment publication covering today's top rock artists, as well as movies, television and gaming. We cover everyone from All Time Low to Underoath, shows from The CW, FOX, Showtime and film with great interviews, photos, reviews and more. Find us online at www.onrequestmag.com https://www.facebook.com/onrequestmagazinepodcast
Historical retrospective collection! Rare tapes of the 70's radio show that recorded the world's punk bands as they crashed into San Francisco ... hosted by Ruth Schwartz of Mordam Records and Tim Yohannan of Maximum Rock'n'Roll. With new intros by Dirk Dirksen, the pope of punk! Listen to a new show live each week on http://www.luver.com, Thursdays at 4pm pacific.
Briefings from the rock underground. If you like the podcast, check out PodunkRadio.com. They run the show on Thursday afternoons (at 4PM Central) and stream punk, indie, hardcore, skate, grindcore, psychobilly, rockabilly, outlaw country and more, 24/7!
Side One, Track One. The start of a Trek. The beginning of the End. Start your wandering here, because not all those who wander are lost. Hey - lighten up, it's just music!Here's the Playlist:A Town Called Malice The Jam High Fi...
THE GARAGE WILL OPEN ITS DOORS THIS SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29TH, TO A SLEW OF CHICAGOLAND’S BEST LOCAL BANDS! The line up this week includes the following: A COOL HAND CATALANO DRIVEN UNDER EL FAMOUS FIST TO THE SKY HAZEL AND THE GRIMMS MARWOOD’S FALL NON EXOTIC SPARKPLUG ASSASSINS THE 7TH YEAR VAUDEVILIENS VILLA AVENUE WAY OFF TOPIC WESTWOOD Listen live by tuning in to 103.9 The Fox on Sundays at 8pm (central time) or stream online at www.RockTheFox.com. Check out the ultimate supporters of local music in our friends over at ASAP Garage Door Repair, Inc. in Huntley!
Jason Barnard selects his favourite British Sixties soul cuts from legendary to cult. Carl Douglas And The Big Stampede – Crazy Feeling (Single A-side, Go, 1966) Terry Reid With Peter Jay’s Jaywalkers – This Time (Single B-side to The Hand Don’t Fit The Glove, Columbia, 1967) Van Morrison – Beside You (New York Sessions ’67, Burning Airlines, 1996) Sharon Tandy – Stay With Me (Single A-side, Atlantic, 1967) Small Faces – Tin Soldier (Single A-side, Immediate, 1967) P.P. Arnold – Eleanor Rigby (Kafunta, Immediate, 1968) Una Valli with The Flames – (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction (Soul Meeting, Page One, 1968) Geno Washington And The Ram Jam Band – Jumpin’ Jack Flash (Holdin’ On With Geno Washington & The Ram Jam Band, Acid Jazz, 2013 rec 1968) Timebox – Beggin’ (Single A-side, Deram, 1968) Five And A Penny – You Don’t Know Where Your Interest Lies (Single A-side, Polydor, 1968) The Stone Graphics – Traveller Man (Single A-side, Parlophone, 1968) Dave Antony – Hide And Seek (Single A- ...
Lydia goes solo, has a nervous breakdown revelation and decides to flee the country. Behold a botched personal retrospective with a bunch of records, bands and labels she’s been obsessing over recently. Some are new, some are old, some may or may not be on her Year End Top Ten for the wretched year 2015. Lydia jams some of her 2015 obsessions and then some El Nuevo Sonido Balear ORDEN MUNDIAL – Desesperanza Early Morning Street Fighting OST SANG – Hem Perdut la Vida BARCELONA – Pasión LA MISMA – Kanizadi “Write a Manifesto, Write a Shopping List” DIÄT – Young and Successful SPERMA – Züri Punx THE SUBURBAN HOMES – Conformity in the UK Trip to Oi! Land RIXE – Infatigables SYNDROME 81 – Contre Vents et Marées NO TAG – Legalised Dogs No Peace for the Wicked FRAU – No Time VOĈO PROTESTA – Rasisto Bastardo TRAU – Me Vull Equivocar Music to Have Sex to TELEDENTE 666 – Panned Sexe STRASBOURG – Jaguar CIUDAD LINEAL – Impulso Positive Ecstasy IMPALERS – Tracers S.H.I.T. – Bliss THE LOWEST FO ...
You can purchase this week’s featured tracks/albums at the links below. Compass & Knife – Our Home Is Nothing but a Memory Bersarin Quartett – Jeder Gedanke umsonst gedacht Alinda – Haze See You In the Morning – Drunk At A Wedding A Poor Man’s Memory – A Duty Dance with the Death Beware Of Safety – Mulberry and Heather Celestial Wolves – Jericho Waking Aida – Exploding Palm Shipwrecks – Owls Waves – Nekyia Besides – Linnet’s flight Marmore – Who Likes To Get Fucked Up? A.M. feelgood – We’ve Got Birdbaths LATE NIGHT VENTURE – Halo Orbit Oh Hiroshima – Aria Bear Success – Intro MilanKu – La dernière porte We Lost The Sea – The Last Dive of David Shaw This episode is part of a weekly 2-hour music podcast series featuring the best in post-rock, post-metal, indie rock and instrumental music. Post photo provided by Alfred The post Farpastpost Postrock Podcasts Ep 351 appeared first on Farpastpost Radio & Podcasts.
DOWNLOAD IT NOW! SUBSCRIBE / SUBSCRIBE TO GPPR / FACEBOOK / TWITTER Mal pays homage to the big towns in this double-wide episode from the broadcast edition of The Mal Thursday Show, all songs about cities. Presented in Ultrasonic Stereophonic Sound. Playlist: THE DEAD BOYS: Big City THE PRETTY THINGS: Big City (BBC) THE ANIMALS: …
The Moog synthesizer is every bit as important to rock history as the Fender Telecaster and the Gibson Les Paul. As the analog synth revival continues in pop music,Jim and Greg examine the history and legacy of the revolutionary instrument. Then they review the new posthumous release from Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain.
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November 25, 2015. Tonight on Tommy Unit LIVE!! to celebrate this Thanksgiving Eve, I played bands that I’m thankful exist! Listen up and find out why! Turn it up! Tommy Unit LIVE!! Live from New York, Wednesday nights at 10:00pm ET/7:00pm PT on REAL PUNK RADIO – Radio Done Right! Subscribe to podcast HERE PLAYLIST: … Continue reading Tommy Unit LIVE!! #259 – Bands I’m Thankful For →
Welcome to Live From Progzilla Towers Edition 124. In this edition, we heard music by Marillion, Ossicles, Michelle Young, Ork, Robin Trower, Gong, Be-Bop Deluxe, Big Big Train, Spiraling, Dramatis, Lion Shepherd, Galahad, Mago De Oz, Downes Braide Association, David Bowie, Rush & Robert Wyatt.
Richie Kotzen joins Eddie Trunk on this episode and gives an in depth glimpse of his career. The guitarist discusses his varied catalogue, starting out as a musician, getting dropped from Interscope, his start & end in Poison, The Winery Dogs, and more!
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Meagan, Whitney, and Jesse from Houston's Thrashgrass queens and kings Days N Daze get down at the end of Cracktoberfest 2015 in Miami to talk about tour, life, and their next steps in world domination. Plus we have some special guest appearances from Stza of Leftöver Crack and some other folks in All Torn Up, My Pizza My World, and Escape the Zoo.
This week Ben and Pete play some bands from recent gigs they’ve been to and gigs they are going to. Some bands were picked at random in a section now called “Discover new music with Ben and Pete”. It’s Autumn/Winter festival time and Pie Race has been and gone, Dead Good Gathering is but an echo and Hastings Punk Fest is just around the corner so it’s time to brush up on who’s playing. This week we play tracks by Riggots, The Barracks, brand spanking new Matilda’s Scoundrels, Ceremony, The Lagan, an exclusive first spin of a track off theRead More The post S3 Episode 40 – TNS Radio Punk Podcast appeared first on TNS Records.
The length of this episode is a bit shorter than usual. It's really just because of time constraints, but that also mean that I might actually put out TWO episodes this week. Otherwise, it's business as usual. Enjoy! Music in this episode: – Deacon Brody AND Walter by The Yawpers (from American Man) www.TheYawpers.com – Bullet Belt (feat. Butch Walker) AND Boys Can Never Tell (feat. J. Roddy Walston) by Shovels & Rope (from Busted Jukebox Vol. 1) www.ShovelsAndRope.com – I Guess It's Alright to Be an Asshole AND Fat And Merry by Jason Boland & the Stragglers (from Squelch) www.TheStragglers.com --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Mini-Mix submitted by Gary Tomkinson – Welcome to my Head by Willie Nile (from Streets Of New York) www.WillieNile.com – New World Order by Jesse Malin (from The Heat) www.JesseMalin.com – Waiting To Derail by Whiskeytown (from Strangers Almanac) Wikipedia Page -------------------------------------------- ...
Another classic from the vaults, just in time for those long Black Friday checkout lines... What's occurring? FRANK ZAPPA! Where Uncle D.L. did NOT go on holiday. BLOOD CEREMONY! When sexy neighbors get busted. ADMIRAL SIR CLOUDESLEY SHOVELL! The Devil demands some long-overdue royalty checks! COMEDY OF ERRORS! Why county jailbirds need internet access. THE REASONING! Shell-Bound: Stacy's Deviled Eggs! ARABS IN ASPIC! And more sandalwood-powered prog rock, metal, comedy and classic rock obscura. JOIN US!
Thanks to chicken soup, NyQuil and "therapeutic" Asian massage, Uncle D.L. has conquered the flu! (Though he might need one more massage...) Another condensed, music-free edit for the convenience of our xenophobic listeners! What's occurring? Who's more privileged than whitey? The Professor knows. Can The Devil do anything about "Creep"? What's pink and contains four minutes of silence? Why do blondes make bad bank robbers? The little videotapes that couldn't. What if Uncle was in command of the newest TV Enterprise? Classic comedy from George Carlin! PLUS: Fleeting tastes of progressive rock, metal and classic rock obscura you can ONLY hear in the full-length version!
On this latest Big Enchilada Podcast episode we’re going to make all the android babies boogie. But don’t worry, androids of all ages — and humans too — are free to boogie as well. After a warm-up set of good old fashioned garage-punk sounds (mostly new material) we’re going Around the World in a Daze …
For the fourth consecutive year, the Canadian Decibel Geek team of Wallygator Norton and Rich "The Meister" Dillon, the Hoser Heavy Metal Twins, return to the Decibel Geek airwaves. In what has become a yearly tradition in which regular weekly podcast hosts, Chris and Aaron take their Thanksgiving off and the Canadians host the episode, the duo from The Great White North present an episode jam-packed with music from Canadian artists. Hoser Heavy Metal Hour Vol4 Due to schedule alignment issues, mainly caused by a trip to Tokyo, the boys were unable to record with their planned guest host in time. As a solution, they reached out to some of their favorite Canadian bands and artists, some popular and some more underground, and had them choose the music for this hour-plus episode. You'll hear tracks by Refugee, Rush, Public Animal, April Wine, A Foot in Cold Water and more as chosen by artists like Brian Vollmer (Helix), Sarasin, Gerry McGhee (Brighton Rock), Diemonds, A Rebel Few, and ...
Atari Teenage Riot’s 1995 album Delete Yourself! was supposed to be at the start of the wave that would usher the end of guitar music and a takeover by synths, samples and drum machines. That didn’t exactly happen, however plenty of interesting albums were released during that time, and we’re checking out the German trio’s self-described “digital hardcore” debut. Songs in this Episode: Intro - Into the Death 2:43 - History of the Band 14:34: Riot 1995 21:28 - Hetzjagd auf nazis! (live) 23:42 - Kids are United! Outro - Cyberpunks are Dead! Follow on Twitter / Facebook Request A Review / Buy A T-Shirt
This week on Dying Scene Radio, Bobby Pickles podcasts from Greater Boston, welcoming yet another different guest co-host, Rob McManus/Northern Shakers. The Bobs are back, briefly! FUN FACT: Rob (Bob) knows less about punk than Bobby. BAND SPOTLIGHT | TONE LO-KI and Mr. Pickles interview the Finnish heavy metal/bluegrass cover act, Steve'n’Seagulls, who recently went viral with their rendition of the AC/DC classic, Thunderstruck. With special commentary from Quinte, Ontario’s The Barefoot Sailors, Fredericksburg, VA horror punks Savage Remains, Georgian melodic punk act, Courage, Dear Heart, and the UK/Italian punk sensation, Second Youth. This Week’s Playlist The Casualties - Running Through the Night Copout - No Justification All Things End - Lost and Faded Turbonegro - Hot For Nietzsche Northern Shakers - Lie Awake Ship Thieves - Middle Man Graveyard Johnnys - For Tonight (Live) Steve'n'Seagulls - Holy Diver Steve'n'Seagulls Interview Steve'n'Seagulls - Thunderstruck Gold Route ...
Some quality punk rock through and through. Dig in! Teenage Bottlerocket - So Far Away Chumped - Hot 97 Summer Jam Hysterese - Angst Octagrape - Spinal Ambrosia Superchunk - Staying Home Lillingtons - Pyramids Hüsker Dü - Terms Of Psychic Warfare Worriers - Happy Here Marked Men - On The Outside Henry Fiat's Open Sore - Cocaine Ramones - Why Is It Always This Way? Jabber - All I Wanted Constantines - Steal This Sound Hard Left - Kicking It Off Hard Girls - Beach Party Reaganomics - Bite Your Tongue Sonic Youth - Silver Rocket
Do you want to be inspired as a musician or music fan? Spend the next 45 minutes with James Alex from Beach Slang. The band recently released "The Things We Do to Find People Who Feel Like Us" and it's my record of the year, hands down.
THE GARAGE WILL OPEN ITS DOORS THIS SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8TH, TO A SLEW OF CHICAGOLAND’S BEST LOCAL BANDS! The line up this week includes the following: BAD BAD MEOW BLUE LINE DAVID PAIGE IMPERIAL SONS JET BLACK COMEDY KADOOGE LETHAL INJECTION LEVER LITTLE YELLOW DOG SEPTEMBER’S REST THE EMPLOYEES THE GIVING MOON ZACH CANNELLA Listen live by tuning in to 103.9 The Fox on Sundays at 8pm (central time) or stream online at www.RockTheFox.com. Check out the ultimate supporters of local music in our friends over at ASAP Garage Door Repair, Inc. in Huntley!
Here's the Playlist:Maximum Consumption The Kinks Everybody's In Show-Biz Cherry Pie Warrant Cherry PieSuggested by El of Cassettes and Chocolate Milk Like You The Replacements Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash! Gooseberry Pie Dean Kohler Essent...
After a weekend mainly filled with vomit (my darling daughter's been sick but only missed the bucket once) and tasty beers, why not wind things down on Sunday afternoon and make a podcast I thought. Well, that's what I did and here it is filled with pu...
#244 DANCE, KITTY, DANCE! 1. King Curtis & The Kingpins – Memphis Soul Stew – 1966 – Atlantic 2. James Brown – Bring It Up – 1967 – King 3. Aretha Franklin – Rough Lover – 1962 – Columbia 4. Thee Headcoatees – Automatic Love – 1994 – Munster Records 5. Ko & the Knockouts …
Amelia, Amanda & John Khan bring you the very best in punk with the jingle of bondage accessories in the background and an MRR HQ full of punks! This show is dedicated to the memory of Nick Poot of Absurd System (1981-2010) and his family Jeff Poot, Barbara and Tim. JOHN AMANDA & AMELIA UNLAWFUL ASSEMBLY Shut Up & Listen: G.I.S.M. – Nervous Corpse Amelia Your Bloody Master S.H.I. – Green Horse ZOUO – You Like It That Way POIKKEUS – Hell’s Rider ASPECTS OF WAR – Why Do They Glorify? Amelia Never Forgets ABSURD SYSTEM – Death Farm SEI TÖ SHI – Instinct PMS 84 – Can’t Tell Me Anything ACHTUNGS – Full of Hate Amanda’s System Fuck Off S.H.I.T. – Feeding Time MUTANT ITCH – Mutant KRÖMOSOM – Systematic Death KRÖMOSOM – Living Dead BARCELONA – Pasión KOHTI TUHOA – Antakka Mun Olla John Kahn’s Nigh Hell CLEANSING WAVE – Collect Your Dirt BLOODKROW BUTCHER – Endless Fields of Rotting Sacks MOMMY – How to Act at Funerals BLANK SPELL – Wax CINDERBLOCK – Blood on My Boots LATEX – Social Suicide ...
Doing another episode of what we love to do. Bringing more greatness from Deadbolt, Skitzo, The Tombstones, Calamitiez and more. This week we also added The Quakes self titled album to The List. Git it. Deadbolt | Tiki Man | The Meat(Headhunter Record...
You can purchase this week’s featured tracks/albums at the links below. VASA – As Long As It Doesn’t Explode Cloudkicker – Dovetail Shy, Low – Times Gone By Maserati – Rehumanizer I Dumbsaint – Barren Temples Tsima – #3 cataya – cumbre en niebla X SUNS – Skull Breach Athletics – IV Then They Flew – La Lys Rhian Sheehan – The Upper Sky (Live) Elkupe – Uzaust Capillaries – Seventy Five Down Caspian – Run Dry ioseb – Det upplösta fotografiet Under Two Suns – An Alien Heat A Swarm of the Sun – Reaper Nono Cerchio – Cocito This episode is part of a weekly 2-hour music podcast series featuring the best in post-rock, post-metal, indie rock and instrumental music. Post photo provided by Alfred The post Farpastpost Postrock Podcasts Ep 350 appeared first on Farpastpost Radio & Podcasts.
Tj Leonard got his first guitar from his grandfather when he was eight. He taught his grandchild to play swedish folk music and evergreens. Soon TJ was introduced to pop and blues through his cousin that was a little bit older and played in a famous swedish pop band. At eighteen he became lead singer and guitar player in a dance band. A lot of genres passed through TJ:s life. Jazz, hard rock, gospel, soul/r&b but not until country music came along it felt like home. Together with Tex Taylor he started CHESTNUT band in 2010 and later that year they released their first single 110% Country followed by the EP American Dream. CHESTNUT band played at most of the country festivals all around Sweden and even in Denmark and in both 2012 and 2013 they were nominated in Swedish Country Music Championships. Sometimes things change and itÂ´s time to write a new chapter. Therefore TJ decided late 2013 to release his songs under his own name TJ Leonard.
This week Kevin and Lou discuss the importance of hiring a good publicist with a little help from a short ebook by the indie music buzz generator Ariel Hyatt. PLUS the boys preview guitar god Leslie Westâ??s new record Soundcheck. All this and music by featured Loudini artists Mitch Woods, Madelyn Victoria, and Brad Vickers. AND birthday shout outs to Joe Walsh, Duane Allman and Norman Greenbaum.
Side A: Stalins of Sound – Rules for Your Mouth (Slovenly Records) Fidlar – 40 oz. on Repeat (Mom+Pop Music) Mudhoney – Behind the Door (live via PressureDrop.tv) The Plasmatics – Monkey Suit (Stiff Records) Jacuzzi Boys – Happy Damage (Mag Mag Records) Black Lips – Funny (VICE Recores) The Dictators NYC – Supply and …
Sometimes we look forward to an artist's new release with great expectations, only to be crushed by the result. In honor of Thanksgiving, we present the annual Sound Opinions Turkey Shoot, where Jim and Greg share the biggest musical disappointments of the year. Later they review the new album from Canadian electronic artist Grimes, and Greg drops a quarter in the Desert Island Jukebox.
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On this episode I talk about the Guns n Roses reunion rumors. Also on the show I give my thoughts on bands cancelling their European tours after the events in Paris. The Rock n Roll Therapist calls in with a Stevie Wonder show review. I do a vinyl track of the week, a Listening With Butler of the new Megadeth song and more. Music by: Dead Lord Girlschool Scott Sorry – Scott’s PledgeMusic Page Megadeth 999 Jesse Malin Donate to the show – Rock and Roll Geek Friends And Family Membership DONATE ON PATREON! GET THE ROCK and ROLL GEEK APP FOR iPHONE OR ANDROID! iPhone/iPad – ANDROID www.rockandrollgeek.com facebook.com/rnrgeek twitter.com/rnrgeek Get a free Audiobook Join the Forums! BUY MY DOG TREATS! CALL THE COMMENT LINE – 706-621-ROCK (7625) Butler’s Amazon Wish List Donate to the show – Rock and Roll Geek Friends And Family Membership DONATE ON PATREON! Thanks to this month’s Donors! -Patreon Donors Chiaki Hinohara – $5 Brian Springer – $5 Mathew Hunt – $5 Dave Slusher – $5 Robert ...
Giving Thanks Chris and Aaron return this week for Giving Thanks; an episode filled with good cheer, good songs, and some guest appearances by old friends. In this hour-plus special, the guys call some of their favorite past guests to thank them for being on the show and find out what they are up to now. Episode 215 Guests include Robert Fleischman, Chip Z'nuff, Hirsh Gardner, Jack Russell, Bill Hale, Mitch Lafon, Victor Ruiz and more! In between calls, the guys spin some of their favorite tracks that are "thank you" themed including songs from Dope, Big Star, Ozzy Osbourne, Sevendust, Kingdom Come, Great White, ZZ Top and more! It's a gratifying listen. We hope you enjoy Giving Thanks and SHARE with a friend! Guest Calls & Songs (In Order) Dope - "Thanks for Nothing" Volbeat - "Thanks" Victor Ruiz (Mars Attacks, Earpeeler) Ozzy Osbourne - "Thank God for the Bomb" Hirsh Gardner (New England, Warrior) Kingdom Come - "Thank You All" Chris Epting (Author, Adrenalized) Sevendust - "Tha ...
Podcast #338 wears its heart on its sleeve w/ Most Serene Republic, Sunny Day in Glasgow, Pains of Being Pure At Heart, Suzy & Los Quattro, Woolen Men, Darren Hayman, Frankie Cosmos, & Conner Youngblood.
Welcome to Live From Progzilla Towers Edition 123. In this special psychedelic edition, co-hosted by Robin Smith, we heard music by The Nice, The Moody Blues, Simon Dupree & The Big Sound, The Beatles, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, The Who, The Smoke, The Zombies, Unit 4 Plus 2, The Fortunes, The Move, Cat Stevens, The Syn, Pink Floyd, The Hollies, Strawberry Alarm Clock, The Fifth Dimension, Simon & Garfunkel, Procol Harum, The Yardbirds, Cream, Julie Driscoll, Traffic, The Locomotive, Barry Mcguire, Steve Flynn, Status Quo, Love, Donovan, Lemon Pipers, Deep Purple, Jefferson Airplane, The Association, The Electric Prunes & Transatlantic.
Continuing with how we did the last episode. This one is pretty similar. Except this time, there's no actual physical mail. It's all submissions that I've received digitally. Enjoy! Music in this episode: – A Song To Hide Behind (Hail!) AND Dopamine Baby by Million Hollers (from Once Upon A Whiskey) www.MillionHollers.Bandcamp.com – Walt Disney AND The Longer It Lingers by Shinyribs (from Okra Candy) www.Shinyribs.org – Hellfire & Damnation AND Chorus Of Crows by Fire Next Time (from Cold Hands) www.FireNextTime.Bandcamp.com – Echo Of A Heavy Slamming Door AND Machines by Drunken Prayer (from The Devil And The Blues) www.DrunkenPrayer.com – Hell Or High Water AND Long Rope by Joe Mansman & The Midnight Revival Band (from Too Far Gone) www.TheMidnightRevivalBand.com – Oklahoma Breakdown AND Easy She Comes by Stoney LaRue (from Us Time) www.StoneyLarue.com --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Mini-Mix submitted by Kevin Wilkie – Bloo ...
The "Rock Solid Dictionary" describes a "two hit blunder" as a song that charted very low or failed to chart at all after the initial success of a band's 1st big hit! Pat, Mike and Kyle will now play some of those blunders!
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Guitarist Rickey Medlocke joins Eddie Trunk on this week's episode and talks his time with Lynyrd Skynyrd, the history of Blackfoot, performing with Foreigner, his relationship with Mick Jones, and more!
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