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Best Illinois Music podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Illinois Music podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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A podcast that breaks down the fifty states with the five senses of perception - smelling, tasting, seeing, hearing and wrapping it all up with how it touches our hearts. Hosted by Chicago comedians Tim Ferrari, Anthony Rossi, and Stuart Hicar.
 
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 ...
 
The Jack Benny Program, starring Jack Benny, was a radio-TV comedy series which ran for more than three decades and is generally regarded as a high-water mark in 20th-century comedy. Jack Benny (February 14, 1894 in Chicago, Illinois â December 26, 1974 in Beverly Hills, California), born Benjamin Kubelsky, was an American comedian, vaudeville performer, and radio, television, and film actor. He was one of the biggest stars in classic American radio and was also a major television personalit ...
 
One More Time is a bi-monthly podcast hosted by Illinois Bands. Each episode we will present a story on a topic related to bands and where the medium is going, both concert and marching. We will also have weekly segments including "Two Minute Rehearsal Techniques" for band directors and “From the Sousa Archives” with Scott Schwartz, Director of the Sousa Archive and Center for American Music.
 
We are a couple of Illinois natives, lifelong friends, and purebred cinephiles who are thoroughly fascinated by all things film, and we seem to gain some kind of insight out of every movie we watch(good or bad). We started five years ago in Peoria, Illinois, huddled around one microphone in my dining room, and now we live in Chicago and geek out about movies a few times a month. Check us out or get a hold of us to join us in the studio to talk shop with us on the air!
 
"Middle America" is a storytelling and music podcast focusing on Midwestern history and experiences.. www.patreon.com/midamericapod www.facebook.com/midamericapod www.instagram.com/midamericapod www.twitter.com/midamericapod midamericapod.bandcamp.com middleamericapod@gmail.com
 
Podcast by John Knowles focusing on the most interesting people, places, and events in Central Illinois... and Beyond! I interview guests and ask them, "What's That Like?" Athletes, Historians, Scientists, Researches, Adventures, Event Promoters, Business Owners... You Name It! Are you interesting? Maybe you should be a guest on "What's That Like?"
 
The Chi Town Radio Network consists of 2 shows under the CTR umbrella. Chi-Town Radio and Pass Conceal Carry Illinois Radio. Chi-Town Radio - mainly a talk show with a variety of music - no topic is off limits and... put the kids to bed. The Pass Conceal Carry Illinois show was created to pressure Illinois politicians to pass conceal carry in the state of Illinois. It is also used to educate people on the fact that Illinois is the only state to not have conceal carry. 2nd amendment rights wi ...
 
MindCraft is intended to be a weekly discussion of endless variety. The crew enjoys discussing scientific breakthroughs, music, news, keys to a healthy mind, and their hometown of Edwardsville, Illinois. Each episode is uniquely recorded with both a staple crew and new, visiting faces. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mindcraft/support
 
The Journal Star’s Steve Tarter will cover a wide range of subjects with interviews of a variety of central Illinois residents in upcoming podcasts. Tarter, who’s served as business editor since 2011, has written extensively about local business, financial and media issues in the Journal Star as well as dispensing a wide-ranging blog. Upcoming subjects are likely to include comic books, film noir, classical music and radio-TV.
 
Adidas Wilson was born in Chicago, Illinois, surviving a near death experience driving off a bridge in an 18 wheeler and getting hit by a train. Adidas has dedicated his time and effort to educate, motivate, and inspire people around the world to make positive lifestyle changes. Adidas enrolled at the University of Phoenix graduating with a bachelor's in Healthcare Management. Also studying Health care Informatics - Master Degree program at Lipscomb University. Author on amazon.
 
AltF4 Atown is a group of students from Abingdon-Avon High School in Illinois. They created a podcast to talk about different issues that high school students face daily as well just some day to day banter between the four students about video games, school, music and whatever else comes out of their mouth!
 
Lame and Ignorant is a podcast hosting site which brings you two premiere podcasts. The Lame and Ignorant podcast is hosted by Leonardo Barajas and Eladio Martinez. Join these two life long friends as they look to meet and speak to Chicago artists. The Southside Huckleberries podcast is hosted by four brothers Jonny, Nicolas, Braulio, and Eladio. Join the hilarious Chicago Southside Huckleberries as they discuss current events and give their take on society.
 
An ongoing series of Madison Park Christian Church sermons, Quincy, Illinois, that covers christian Bible scriptures. Look for our Podcast in the iTunes Music Store. Listen to minister Dr. G. Charles "Chuck" Sackett and several other speakers as they guide you through the necessary response to the Gospel message. If you find yourself wanting still more, there is much more available on our web site http://www.MadisonParkChurch.com. You can download sermons going back into 2002.
 
Hosted by Andrew Harrington (Sig Rillo) and Christian Banks (YG Kilow), this podcast gives listeners an inside look into the phone conversations between two close friends, as one of them is currently serving a 15 year sentence in the Illinois Department of Corrections. Typically light-hearted banteroccasionally gives way to more serious discussions about the complexities of life, mortality, and love Email: sigkilowworld@gmail.com Twitter: @sigrillo
 
A six-month series of Madison Park Christian Church sermons, Quincy, Illinois, that covers the entire bible from Genesis to Revelations. Look for our Podcast in the iTunes Music Store. Listen to minister G. Charles "Chuck" Sackett and his guest speakers as they guide you through the lessons Christian bible in 15 hours. If you find yourself wanting still more, watch for our next Podcast, "The Transforming Story As We Live It", beginning on July 10, 2006. You may also visit our web site http:/ ...
 
An eight-week series of Madison Park Christian Church sermons, Quincy, Illinois, that covers the entire the Christian bible book of 1st Thessalonians. Look for our Podcast in the iTunes Music Store. Listen to minister G. Charles "Chuck" Sackett and his guest speakers as they guide you through book of 1 Thessalonians in 4 hours. If you find yourself wanting still more, watch for our next Podcast, "The Transforming Story: As We Tell It", beginning on September 17, 2006. You may also visit our ...
 
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Northeastern Illinois University's WZRD Chicago has been broadcasting freeform community radio out of Chicago's north side for 35 years and now their long running weekly live in-studio performance show, Thursday Night Live, is podcasting as Live From WZRD bringing you new local and touring bands every week and occasional special guests and old legendary performances. Get yer fix here whether you're looking for new music, local music, rawwwwwwwnesss, or if you dig that freeform!
 
North Park is the University of the Evangelical Covenant Church, located in Chicago, Illinois. One of the few urban, intentionally Christian, and multicultural colleges in the United States, our mission is to prepare students for lives of significance and service. As an educational partner in the North Park community, the Department of University Ministries exists to help students integrate their faith in God with the way they learn and live. Students, faculty and staff are invited to attend ...
 
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The head of the Illinois Farm Bureau tells the U.S. House Ways and Means Committee the China trade agreement is good for the country. That's in spite of trade war damage to Illinois farmers. Illinois Farm Bureau President Richard Guebert acknowledged Illinois farmers sold $2.3 billion in soybeans to China in 2016. Last year soybean sales fell to le…
 
Congressional Candidate Betsy Dirksen Londrigan says all the argument among presidential candidates about healthcare misses a key point. Listen to Londrigan's vision in a Ryan Denham interview. Plus, Bloomington Normal Economic Development Council CEO Patrick Hoban tells you about smart cities and the one voice trip to D.C. You can hear the organ a…
 
Many of us have probably experienced the hassle of a delayed flight or lost bag when flying commercially. But what if the luggage has a life-saving organ? Thousands of organs are transported by airlines every year. A recent investigation by Kaiser Health News and the investigative news podcast Reveal explores what happens when those organs get lost…
 
Murray State's Cinema International program finishes its French film series this week with an animated film, The Big Bad Fox and Other Tales . MSU Cinema International director, Dr. Thérèse St. Paul, visits Sounds Good to discuss this children's tale for all ages and briefly preview next week's film.…
 
Here is a profile of a man who drove vice presidents and governors, wealthy landowners, visiting artists, and the prominent of Bloomington-Normal all about town more than a century ago. During Black History Month, this episode of McHistory shows you the working life of Absalom Hawkins, a well-known African American man in the Twin Cities. It also t…
 
Oak Park native and organ aficionado Neal Francis infuses his original music with the classic soul vibe of the 1960s and 70s. His debut album “Changes” is accompanied by lyrics that document his work to overcome addictions and other demons. A year later, his new single “Don’t Call Me No More” continues that effort.…
 
Oak Park native and organ aficionado Neal Francis infuses his original music with the classic soul vibe of the 1960s and 70s. His debut album “Changes” is accompanied by lyrics that document his work to overcome addictions and other demons. A year later, his new single “Don’t Call Me No More” continues that effort.…
 
As part of Black History Month in Mclean County, find out about a late 1800s brain drain of minority residents. Museum of History archivist and librarian Bill Kemp also introduces you to omnibus driver Absolom Hawkins in an episode of McHistory. Plus, Bloomington Mayor Tari Renner drops by. Ryan Denham tells you about a rural shortage. It's not int…
 
Music festivals? You mean those sweaty gatherings of bean-rolling teens puking in porta-potties and moshing to poorly mixed live sets performed by their 3rd or 4th favorite artists? Well that's a specific guess, but yes, that's exactly what I mean! This week the bald-boy-bad-boy of Soundcloud, Willy Crooks, joins the Statesmen to hear their pitches…
 
There is a nice, but unintended consequence from Governor Pritzker's big funding release for the Illinois Innovation Network. ISU's Associate Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies John Baur [bower] also talks about a new ISU maker space. Plus, the winners of Illinois State University's three minute thesis competition tell you about their…
 
Lynn Estel Stanley was the kind of coal mine foreman who wanted to know if there was a safety problem, and would always be the one to go fix it himself. He was also the kind of miner who refused to slow down, even when his men told him he was overexerting himself. But when he was 69, his doctor told him it was time to stop for good.…
 
Amy Guth is in for the rained out White Sox on this Saturday afternoon. Have you cut the cord on cable? Amy talks to listeners and producer Curtis Koch about cutting the cable and how listeners are getting their TV. Later Amy chats with Al Lewis from Quizzify to talk about some important information regarding healthcare that you need to know about …
 
Future teachers of history say black history month is crucially important. And ISU history major Christian Johnson says the movements surrounding historic figures matter just as much as the individuals. Plus, how math and art can work together. McLean County Board Chair John McIntyre talks about how to spend tax revenue from marijuana sales. And th…
 
I got to sit down with one of my favorite people - Roosevelt Griffin. On this episode, Roosevelt talks about growing up in and teaching in low-income areas, strategies for reaching and advocating for students in your programs, tips and techniques for jazz programs, and his path to starting a community center, the Griffin Institute. FULL BIO from ww…
 
Early adulthood can be a huge transition for anyone. And for people with autism, this stage of life comes with its own unique challenges, whether it’s navigating complicated systems for support and services, finding resources outside of the school system, or simply planning for the long-term. A program funded by the National Institute of Mental Hea…
 
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