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Premier Guitar’s world-famous Rig Rundowns take you backstage to explore the live gear used by your favorite guitar and bass players. Whether you’re into shred, country, indie, or classic rock, Rig Rundowns give you the lowdown on the instruments, pedals, and amps powering the biggest acts on the road today—and often we even coax them into demoing their favorite settings. Listen now and pick up new tricks for how to set up your rig!
 
Welcome to John’s Old Time Radio Show!!! Listen To John Heneghan play and talk about 78 rpm records from his collection. Each episode features a different theme and style and some will feature special guests playing records from their collections. Sign up on iTunes to automatically download the show. There will be a new show posted the 1st of every month. Check back and tell your friends!!!
 
Contrabass Conversations features interviews and performances from top leaders in the world of the bass. Podcast host Jason Heath dives deep into what makes these world-class artists tick. With over 2 million downloads, Contrabass Conversations is the most popular podcast for double bassists. Join the community and experience life on the low end of the spectrum!
 
My Classic Album' is a podcast about the most acclaimed and loved albums of all time! There are many great albums out there but there's an extra special ingredient that makes an album a classic album. Join Mike Norris as he dedicates each episode to one classic album and looks at the history of the album and its impact in the years following its release. ​ 'My Classic Album' celebrates albums from the 1960's right through to the new millennium from musicians as timeless as The Beatles and Bo ...
 
Hosted by Tim Caple, every month the Classic Rock Podcast show rounds up of all the stories making Classic Rock News over the last month from AC/DC to Zeppelin...with music to match, we have the Album of the month, we check out what features in this months Music mags, we round up the Rock Album Charts we have "The Classic Rock Interview"and we jump back in time to look at the Music Press from the last 30 years. Plus lots of other great features "The Greatest Live Track from a Live Album " an ...
 
FULL CIRCLE is hosted by Jerry Bryant who pioneered one of the earliest and longest-running Jesus Music syndications, the Jesus Solid Rock Radio Show, heard on over 100 radio stations. Jerry was a part of the early Jesus Movement of the 70s! His Jesus Solid Rock concerts in Carbondale, Illinois helped to usher in early CCM to the Mid-West. In 1978, Jerry became pastor of the Last Days community in Woodland Hills, CA. with Keith and Melody Green and later moved to Lindale, TX., to work with t ...
 
BIO Colin grew up in Grand Rapids Mi. When he was about eight years old, he started playing guitar. He played classical guitar but was also attending punk rock shows that his two older brothers would take him to. He listened to albums from everyone from the Sex Pistols to Yes, John Denver to Bad Brains. He played in a series of indie bands in both west Michigan, New York City, Seattle and Chicago. Colin recently relocated to New York and plans to release a new record in 2016 on his own label ...
 
On All About Guitar we talk tone. We talk technique. We talk gear. We talk to artists, educators, manufacturers and more! Where we take a good look at everything guitar, and some things not exactly guitar but just as important to become more successful musicians in today's music scene! Hosted by Jeff "The FLO" Floro, join us as we explore...All About Guitar! Listen Live Mondays at 8:00PM (PST), on LA Talk Radio (latalkradio.com)
 
Host Paul Trenwith is a founder member of the Hamilton County Bluegrass Band, playing banjo and occasionally singing harmony parts. From the mid-70's to the mid-90's, Paul and his fiddle-playing wife Colleen played as mostly gospel music, bluegrass-style, with a group of friends, and often featuring songs that Paul had written. He has become something of a musical 'jack-of-all-trades', playing banjo, dobro, pedal steel and rhythm guitar. He also plays double bass in the Hamilton-based Irish ...
 
A series of podcasts that discuss the fundamentals of classical guitar technique, repertoire, interpretation, and performance. These episodes offer help in applying and understanding the rudiments of guitar playing, and also ways to improve the overall refinement and delivery of classical guitar performance. They will be especially beneficial for the City College of San Francisco or the San Francisco State University students of Larry Ferrara and will also be of value to many other guitarist ...
 
Classical guitar fanatic? Casual hobbyist? Segovia disciple? Regardless of your diagnosis, the tonebase Classical Guitar Podcast with David Steinhardt has the cure for you! Tune in every other Sunday for in-depth conversations with some of greatest minds in the classical guitar world. Guest artists include Scott Tennant, Judicael Perroy, Bill Kanengiser, Eliot Fisk, and Pepe Romero to list a few. Topics range from pedagogical philosophies, upcoming CD releases and performances, composing, ar ...
 
Guitar Instructional podcast covering all things guitar in the genres of shred, heavy metal some blues and classical and maybe even a few more. I give tips, offer advice and suggestions so that you make your guitar playing journey a little bit easier. I like to make things a little less complicated and I believe that learning on YouTube is not always the greatest. I’ve been studying music for 20 years and I’ve studied with professional composer and guitarist George Bellas. I hope that this p ...
 
A podcast dedicated to the discussion of vintage and collectable guitars and basses, classic to quirky and everything in between. Expect both the big, well-known makers and models as well as lesser known "sleepers" and items of special interest. One model per show is covered with info on maker and estimated realistic "street" values based on our eBay and web searches.
 
Some call it old country; classic country; real country. We call it traditional country, and that's exactly what we do here at "If That Ain't Country". For three hours each week, we feature the very best traditional country, honky tonk, bluegrass and western swing from the golden years 'til today. It's pretty simple but we think you'll like it. Hosted by Western Red - it's US country with an Australian twist, keeping true to the traditions that make country great. With a genuine love and dee ...
 
Guitar Goddess is devoted to incredible female guitar players from all over the world. We feature the latest news, interviews, concert dates and industry events about, and for, female guitarists from as far away as, the U.K. Japan, Sweden and Australia to Canada and the U.S. Here you’ll find female guitarists covering all music genres from folk, classical, jazz and bluegrass to rock and country. Guitar Goddess.com was launched in 1995 to honor the women who have the courage, determination, a ...
 
LABELS: - Ithica Records - Alienator Records - Ushuaia Music - Affluenza Records - Lets Techno Records - Techno Never Dies - Oxytech Records - SMR Underground - MTZ Noir Records - Pure Dope Digital - Dead Groovy Music - Strohm Records Bookings: Grimmaldika.official@gmail.com ' Grimmaldika ' is a project and statement from the brain of ' Nick Kipigrock '. Since a very young age already fascinated by music & entertainment. Growing up with classical music, jazz & blues as well as groups of the ...
 
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Some classic Jesus music, including: Two Hands – Children Of The Day, Moonless Night – Karen Lafferty, Who’s The Master – Becky Ugartechea, Sweet Dying Lamb – Jamie Owens, Look All Around You – Marj Snyder, In Jesus’ Name – Selah, More Than Words – Joy Strange And Parable, It’s Only Right – Honeytree, Fill Me With Your Love – Amy Grant, Light In Th…
 
Freddie Mercury and team made one of the most unusual anthems of all time. “We Are The Champions” has a somber beginning, an uncertain ending and a sprinkling of operatic allusions. Yet more than 40 years after this slow burners debut, it continues to be a staple at sporting events. In the first episode in a four part series, ANTHEMS, Nate and Char…
 
When Gary Karr reached out to me asking about a piece of software named JackTrip, I was determined to learn more about it and share my findings with the bass community. I soon found myself on the Networked Music Performance Resources page of UV Irvine professor Michael Dessen, and soon thereafter I found myself on a call with Michael and his longti…
 
The little snippet of music you just heard, our “theme music,” is from the first movement, the Prelude , of the Partita Number 3 in E Major for solo violin by Johann Sebastian Bach. Bach wrote a set of six large works for solo violin – three sonatas and three partitas. The sonatas are constructed of constrasting movements with such names as Allegro…
 
We're making good on our promise to review albums in exchange for Apple Podcast reviews. So this week we are taking a look at Punisher by Phoebe Bridgers. We go through a little bit of Bridgers' history and then we'll take a listen to each track and discuss them in depth. In This Week in Music we discuss Paul McCartney's conversation with Sean Lenn…
 
Raymond Bisha introduces a new release of Baroque violin sonatas by 18th-century Italian violinists trained in the tradition of Arcangelo Corelli, spreading his elegant, expressive and virtuosic style on their travels throughout Europe. Giovanni Mossi’s sonatas retain Corelli’s dramatic contrasts and structure, while Giovanni Stefano Carbonelli als…
 
Jason Haaheim, principal timpanist of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, joins us again on this episode to dig into one specific topic: What’s the value of music school? Instead of going to music school, Jason got a PhD and worked for 10 years as an engineer and researcher for a Chicago-based nanotechnology startup. During this time, he used princip…
 
PART 2 OF 2: On the occasion of Johnny Bush's passing in October of 2020, we've got a two-part podcast tribute to the man who epitomised Texas dancehall music. Part two has us digging back into the show archives for an episode which originally aired in July 2017. From the original show notes: In this episode, we're featuring a hard country album fr…
 
Staccato is the Italian word for “separated,” or “detached.” Staccato notes are notes that are not sustained for their full rhythmic value: they come to a short stop, which separates them from notes that follow. They also usually have a clean, sharply articulated start . The opposite of staccato is legato , which means “connected.” Composers often …
 
PART 1 OF 2: On the occasion of Johnny Bush's passing in October of 2020, we've got a two-part podcast tribute to the man who epitomised Texas dancehall music. Part one has us digging back into the show archives for an episode which originally aired in December 2016. From the original show notes: In this week's episode we're featuring the most succ…
 
Cory Henry is a remarkably gifted multi-instrumentalist. Growing up in the church, he started playing the Hammond B3 organ at age 2 and played his first gig at Apollo theater in NYC at age 6. As a professional musician he’s played along side Bruce Springsteen, Boyz II Men, The Roots, Kirk Franklin and many others including the acclaimed group Snark…
 
Zach Finkelstein and Dana Lynne Varga turned a lot of heads earlier this year with their co-authored article An Impossible Choice: Music Majors, COVID-19, and an Uncertain Future. We dig into this complicated topic, plus the unique challenges vocalists face in their career, the concept of a correlating career, the pitfalls of Young Artist Programs,…
 
This month we celebrate Eddie Van Halen and Van Halen with David Lee Roth and Sammy Hagar as well. AC/DC are back and Brian Jonson is a happy man and we talk to Jon Scott who was the man who discovered Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and made it his life's obsession as a promo man with MCA and ABC records to make sure they became the rock legends t…
 
After taking proper precautions to ensure our safety (Ben got tested - negative) we got together for the first time since January to bring the show live (to tape) in studio! A pressing question was on Ben's mind - What is classic rock? That question is the center piece for this show as we take on the questions Is classic rock an age or a sound? Are…
 
In this week's episode we're featuring yet another sterling album from Mel Tillis: "Love Revival" (1976). After a stint in the US Air Force and moving from his native Florida to Nashville in the mid 50s, Tillis struck paydirt as a songwriter relatively quickly. Hits with good friend Webb Pierce, Carl Smith and Brenda Lee helped him earn a recording…
 
Derrick Hodge’s latest Blue Note solo album Color of Noize is incredible and is the latest chapter in his multifaceted artistic life. Since releasing the album, which was co-produced by Don Was, it’s his first album to feature a live band throughout. We cover a wide range of topics, including his creative approach to his Color of Noize Instagram Li…
 
Season 3 of 'My Classic Album' starts with a bang as French prog rock artist Franck Carducci joins Mike to look back at Pink Floyd's politically charged 'Animals'. Franck was struck by the iconic album cover as a teenager before falling in love with arguably the heaviest album in the Pink Floyd canon. Loosely based on George Orwell's 'Animal Farm',…
 
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