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Pomona Rocks

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Pomona Rocks

The Real Rob Taylor

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Pomona Rocks brings you the best new music from the hottest independent bands, artists and labels on the planet. + ALL NEW MUSIC. 100% fresh, every time. No repeats. No oldies. No BS. + OVER 40 AWESOME NEW TRACKS EVERY MONTH. Nobody works harder to bring you the best new music, way ahead of the mainstream. + MADE BY HUMANS, FOR HUMANS. No algorithms. No bots. Find us at home at https://pomona.rocks
 
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Whole Lotta Talk - Interviews that rock!

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Whole Lotta Talk - Interviews that rock!

ROCK ANTENNE, Interviews with Metallica, Bruce Dickinson, Pop Evil, Glenn Hughes, Hammerfall, Nickelback

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The best talk about Rock? You get it right here! Germany’s number 1 Rock radio station ROCK ANTENNE is not only known for playing the best Rock music – they also do the best talking when it comes to Rock music and everything affiliated! Here you have the chance to download exclusive interviews with our favorite Rock stars. Be it about new albums, touring or personal stories - they tell it all. Enjoy!
 
Modern Musicology covers topics on rock and pop ranging mostly from 70s, 80s and 90s (with occasional excursions into 60s and 00s). Anything is fair game -- classic rock, R&B, folk, punk, prog, rap, metal, and more. Hosted by DJ and author Rob Levy, solo artist and former Aquanettas drummer Stephanie Seymour, drummer and author R. Alan Siler, a guy from London, Anthony Williams.
 
You know those songs, those really special ones? The ones that make your skin tingle? They may make you feel like you can throw a Dodge Dakota the length of a football field, or they may bring you to tears every time you hear them. Either way, those songs have your number. They have a certain power over you as a music fan. We talk about those songs here. Music tells us who we are if we really listen. And No Sleep Til Sudbury turns up the volume nice and loud.
 
One of the longest running podcasts. We talk about hard rock and metal. Hosted and produced by Mark Strigl. Guests have included members of Motley Crue, Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, Slayer, Exodus, System Of A Down, Motorhead, Kiss, Megadeth, Korn and many more. Established in 2005 by Mark Strigl and John "Ostronomy" Ostrosky. Please visit MarkStrigl.net for more info. Bonus content by Mark Strigl is available on Patreon.
 
Album picks on a range of topics selected by the all knowing Wheel of Musical Destiny. Three friends and music nerds discuss classic albums across a variety of genres including rock, metal, country, hip-hop, rnb and pop. Nostalgia, nonsense and general nerdery ensue. New episodes every week. Join the conversation on Discord, albumnerds.com/discord.
 
RockSource Radio is the online radio station for RockSource 360, www.rocksource360.com. The station hosts call-in shows where listeners can speak directly to, and ask questions of qualified experts from every facet of the rock music industry. We also produce interviews with the great rock stars of the past and present. In addition, rock musicians can tune in to hear vocal and instrumental tips and techniques from RockSource 360's esteemed faculty. Our faculty artist's music, as well as the m ...
 
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Rock Recovery

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Rock Recovery

Star Worldwide Networks

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Join host Jane Gordon and a star-studded line-up of rock musicians, performance artists and the ones who love them, as they share their unique and memorable journeys through addiction, redemption and re-awakening. Through meaningful and intense conversations of shared experiences, the stories that emerge resonate deeply with those who have either battled addiction themselves, or accompanied the journey of an addicted person, and the hard-won lessons and truths gained along the way. Jane Gord ...
 
On RMA’s Channel 1 you’ll hear our shows: “Interview Sessions” with prominent musicians, celebrity artists, music industry people, and more – all related to rock music and it’s many genres; and “Rising Artist Spotlight” where we chat and listen a little to new rock artists trying to rise up and establish their careers. Plus, special guests and events from time to time!
 
From the greatest Generation of all time. Join Gen X Bros. Erik and Glenn. Two half brothers that make up one hell of a show. Reliving the 80’s and 90’ with a messed up point of view towards todays Pop Culture. They have a whole lot of crap on their minds and they’re here to dump it into your ear drums. So sit back, relax with us and kill a few brain cells. Don’t take anything seriously and most importantly - Enjoy the Show!
 
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Michael Starr from Steel Panther about getting a nice sexy ass and the new album "On The Prowl" What does a rockstar need to be sexy? There is no one better than singer Michael Starr from Steel Panther to answer this question. In our exclusive ROCK ANTENNE Interview, Michael Starr reveals the secret of a sexy ass and a few things about the upcoming…
 
The Freaky Friday, body-swap storyline has been done to death in books and movies. Luckily for us, the Freaky Friday podcast ground is still fertile. 🙂 On today’s show we pick records as if we were another host. The Dude picks for Andy, Andy picks for Don, and Don picks as the Dude. Here’s our album selections: Maxwell – Maxwell’s Urban Hang Suite …
 
Richard Evans is the author of the new book Listening to the Music the Machines Make: Inventing Electronic Pop 1978-1983. This definitive book explores how krautrock, disco, glam rock, and punk inspired an electronic pop revolution and how that revolution went on to establish the foundations for hip-hop, house, and EDM, and tells the stories of the…
 
In this episode, we talk about the “10 Best Concerts” we ever went to. Late 80’s and 90’s...first concerts, epic stage shows, triple bills, reunions - it’s all here. It’s a fun discussion! Check out Bryan’s Twitter page: @CTtrafficsucks Please donate and help support future episodes here: https://anchor.fm/cookgonemad/support Email me your thoughts…
 
J.P. Moser and Rob Alley of the excellent Great Song Podcast joined me this week to explore a unique topic. The three of us all selected five songs that were the second singles released from their respective albums that we loved more than that record's first single. The caveat to the topic was that us liking that first single was a requirement. Thi…
 
For many growing up in the 80s and 90s, 120 Minutes was a window to the world of alternative music. The program featured videos by groundbreaking artists that weren’t showing up on the pop charts. On today’s show we discuss 3 albums from artists that were featured on 120 Minutes. My Morning Jacket – Z (Andy) Erasure – Chorus (Don) Blind Melon – Bli…
 
This week the Modern Musicology gang, joined by our good friend JM Tuffley, chats about that difficult, stressful, tricky sophomore album! You've had your entire early career to write, perform, and perfect the songs that'll go on your first album. But what then? What about the second album? If your first album was a hit, will the next one live up t…
 
Robin McAuley returns to Michael's Record Collection to talk about his new solo album, Alive, which is not a live album, but a studio release that drops on Feb. 17. The album rocks, has plenty of crunch and power, but it's also melodic as hell and Robin's sings the songs incredibly well. In addition to the making of the record, he spoke about what …
 
Everyone’s favorite homeless Santa, Rick Rubin has produced some of the most iconic records of the past few decades. On today’s show we discuss three Rubin produced albums that highlight his work across our favorite genres. The Mars Volta – Deloused in the Comatorium (Andy) Donovan – Sutras (Don) Slayer – Reign in Blood (Dude) What do you think of …
 
What happens when one of the most successful and most influential bands ever, which literally changed the face of music, breaks up? Well, if you're a Beatle, you go on to an equally important and prosperous solo career. In this episode, the Modern Musicology gang takes a look at the post-Beatles careers of George Harrison, John Lennon, Paul McCartn…
 
Talking with Måneskin about the Tour in the USA and the future Is it scary how much lives can change? After their win at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2021, Måneskin are riding a huge wave of success - after their first american tour they now released their fourth studio record "Rush!". We talked to Damiano, Victoria, Thomas and Ethan about their …
 
Canadian bassist and vocalist Todd Kerns (Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators) stopped by to talk about his new band, Heroes and Monsters! The trio consists of Kerns, guitarist Stef Burns (Huey Lewis & the News, Sheila E., Berlin, Alice Cooper, Y&T, etc.), and drummer Will Hunt (Evanescence, Dark New Day, Black Label Society, Staind,…
 
In this episode, I’m joined by my special guest Rob Wylde from Midnight City. He gets us up to speed on the bands new album coming out later this year. Then together we talk through our Top 10 Favorite Hair Metal Deep Tracks! Check out some links for Rob: https://midnitecity.com/ https://www.patreon.com/robwylde https://www.facebook.com/robwyldeoff…
 
Erik relives some good old times back in the 80's when Cow Tipping was actually considered fun. The Gen X Brothers both recount some times when mischief was easy to get away with. Today Erik and Glenn go head to head with their One Shot Record Showdown! Find out which album is better. The London Suede with The Blue Hour or Christian Death with Cata…
 
Last week, we were stunned by the news that guitar legend Jeff Beck had died. This week, No Sleep 'til Sudbury returns to pay tribute to a man who was considered by many to be one of the greatest guitar players ever. Our tribute reflects on the highs and lows of Beck's haphazard musical journey - being fired from the Yardbirds, the brief triumphs o…
 
On paper, they should be amazing, but how does a band packed with greatness actually sound? We discuss three super groups that we think worked well and talk over the concept in general. Derek & The Dominos – Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs (Andy) The Highwomen – The Highwomen (Don) Audioslave – Audioslave (Dude) What do you think of these recor…
 
On January 1st, Rolling Stone Magazine published their list of the 200 Greatest Singers of All Time, and caused a good bit of controversy by doing so. Fans of certain artists were up in arms that their fave was omitted from the list. The Modern Musicology gang has our own take on it, and of course we had to weigh in! Should Bono really be on the li…
 
A 2012 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and one of the greatest guitar players of all time, Slash is internationally famous as the lead guitarist for Guns N’ Roses, “the most dangerous band in the world,” as well as a co-founder of Velvet Revolver and an accomplished solo artist. In an industry known for excess, Guns n’ Roses seemed determined t…
 
It's a super-sized episode of Michael's Record Collection this week as I had the pleasure of speaking with Galahad vocalist Stuart Nicholson and keyboard player Dean Baker. The two musicians were generous with their time in telling me about their latest release, The Last Great Adventurer, which came out in late October of 2022. The two went deep in…
 
This week the Gen X Bros. discuss the time Erik and his friends tried to rob Dorthy's Music Store in Merced California. Do you think he got away with it? Then we continue from last weeks show and reveal Erik's Top 10 Black Metal Albums of 2022. You will never guess who is at number one! The Gen X Brothers will also be Live Streaming their episodes …
 
To kick off our second year, the Modern Musicology gang takes a look at the new documentary If These Walls Could Sing, by filmmaker Mary McCartney, investigating the history of Abbey Road, the studio home of The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Wings, Oasis, Cliff Richard, Radiohead, The Alan Parsons Project, Fela Kuti, Kate Bush, James Bond, Star Wars, and ma…
 
In this episode, we go over our Rock and Metal wish lists for 2023. For albums, tours, and reunions we’d like to see. Some are a little far fetched! Please donate and help support future episodes here: https://anchor.fm/cookgonemad/support Email me your thoughts on this episode at: 80sglammetal1@gmail.com Be sure to follow 80's Glam Metal on Twitte…
 
This week, it's just me, as I go over my favorite records from the calendar year that just ended. My best of 2022 episode features several categories of albums, my top tracks, and a good-sized list of honorable mentions. Feel free to let me know what albums I might have missed, as the year isn't long enough to get to everything! Reminder: You can s…
 
Justin Sane from Anti-Flag about "Lies They Tell Our Children" Climate change, social issues and an upcoming election campaign in the US: Times could not be better for a new Anti-Flag record! On "Lies They Tell Our Children" Justin Sane and his colleagues are rubbing salt into societys' wounds - but this time they're doing this with lots of support…
 
You’ve waited all year for this and its finally here. Find out what music Erik picks for his top 20 albums of 2022. Just a few of the contenders are Ozzy Osbourne, Voivod, Loudness, Stryper, Queensryche and more! The Gen X Brothers break them all down album by album to see which one reigns supreme over 2022. Also some very elite Honorable Mentions.…
 
Hello Cleveland! As much as we love our studio albums, its time we gave credit to some great live albums. Today’s selections all happen to come from the 1960s and in true Album Nerds fashion, cover a range of genres. James Brown – Live at the Apollo, 1962 (Andy) Simon & Garfunkel – Live from New York City, 1967 (Don) MC5 – Kick Out the Jams (Dude) …
 
This is a special episode. We hear interview clips from 80’s Rockers from bands like Kix, Warrant, Trixter, Europe, and more talking about what happened to their careers once Grunge came out.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cookgonemad/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cookgonemad/support…
 
Nevena Dordevic is a talented pianist and vocalist from Serbia who now lives in Boston. She's teamed up with Lithuanian-born Swedish vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Michael Palace to record her self-titled debut album, Nevena, on Frontiers Music, which dropped on Dec. 9. It's an outstanding melodic rock album with lots of pop sensibility and hoo…
 
Merry Christmas! In this episode, happy new year - we discuss Metal Bands that should do a Christmas album! Check out Joe’s Channel: https://youtube.com/@averagejoes6580 Check out my Christmas song “Cotton Headed Ninny Muggins” https://youtu.be/L7ukHzv7PKg Please donate and help support future episodes here: https://anchor.fm/cookgonemad/support Em…
 
Time to put a bow on 2022 with our top album picks of the year. Join us for honorable mentions, as well as our number 1s: Tears for Fears – The Tipping Point (Dude) Wormrot – Hiss (Andy) Robyn Hitchcock – Shufflemania (Don) What do you think of these records? What is your fav record of the year? Tell us on the Album Nerds Discord, albumnerds.com/di…
 
Solo artist Rob Moratti has just released his fifth studio album and it's a wonderul melodic rock album that calls back to the great 1980s albums by bands like Journey, Toto, and Survivor, but without sounding as if it was recorded in that era. Rob was briefly Michael Sadler's replacement in Saga for the band's 2009 album, The Human Condition. I sp…
 
In this episode, we talk our favorite Big, Happy, Catchy, Commercial Hair Metal Songs! We talk all the necessary elements of these kinds of songs - but watch out - they catchy as hell and they will get stuck in your head! Check out my band Rock Soldiers song “Makes You Tough” https://youtu.be/Pa3uIuZuqPI Please donate and help support future episod…
 
Talking about creating the perfect setlist and trolls on the internet Earlier this year, Manowar made headlines when they surprised their fans by going on stage as an undercover tribute band called "The Lords of Steel". In our exklusive ROCK ANTENNE Interview Manowar mastermind Joey DeMaio explains why the band decided to perform like that and what…
 
As the year comes to a close, I wanted to share a fun and personal Christmas music playlist that gets a lot of airtime at the Jensen house around this time every year. Last year's holiday playlist contained more familiar Christmas tunes - this one, less so. But I do hope there's something on it you like. Here's the playlist link on Spotify. Merry C…
 
For the holidays this year, we’re doing an Album Nerds-style Secret Santa album exchange. Join us for those picks, plus plenty of special guest and listener messages. Geri Allen – A Child is Born (Andy) John Fahey – The New Possibility: John Fahey’s Guitar Soli Christmas Album (Don) Rob Halford and Friends – Celestial (Dude) What do you think of th…
 
This week we celebrate not only our 50th episode but also the final episode of our first year with a really special interview with author and filmmaker DAVID LEAF, author of the new book God Only Knows: The Story of Brian Wilson, the Beach Boys, and the California Myth. David tells us remarkable stories of Brian's friendship with Paul McCartney, hi…
 
Aussie, Aussie, Aussie! Oi, Oi, Oi! Australia has a rich musical history – from the traditional sounds of the didgeridoo all the way to modern acts like AC/DC. Join us as we discuss 3 records from prominent pop-rock artists from the land down under. INXS – Kick (Dude) Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds – Skeleton Tree (Don) Hoodoo Gurus – Stoneage Romeos …
 
This week the Modern Musicology gang goes away to camp as we pay a visit with the founder of the Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp, David Fishof, who is celebrating the release of his new book, Rock Camp: An Oral History - 25 Years of the Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp. He tells us amazing stories of how the camp got started, some of the amazing people he's m…
 
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