Best Rockandroll podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Pantheon
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2018 Nominee for Best Music Podcast! The Rock N Roll audio magazine featuring shows: Rock N Roll Archaeology, Rock n Roll Librarian, Art of Rock with Kosh & Friends, Vinyl Snob, Reel Rock, Muses & Stuff, & Deeper Digs in Rock. All things Rock N Roll. The Music. The People. The Culture. The Technology.
 
A biweekly podcast about all things My Chemical Romance, created by two die-hard fans. Join us as we chronicle the journey of this iconic group and discuss their discography (and more) in depth.
 
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Music Musing
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SONGS IN SEVEN WITH MATT BURT is a weekly music podcast that showcases a brand new original song every seven days. The twist? Each song was written and recorded that week by your host. Join one-man-band Matt Burt as he takes you through the ups and downs of his creative process in each episode, navigating ludicrously tight deadlines to deliver a fresh track every Sunday night. Diving headfirst into the worlds of songwriting, recording and production with wit and humour, SONGS IN SEVEN is ide ...
 
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Kill Rock Podcast
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Comparing the idea and the name of the Kill Rock Podcast is an oxymoron. From one side, the name suggests that the genre is an endangered species and the remnants are fighting as hard as they can to survive. On the other side you have the idea that the ultimate rise of Rock and Roll is on its way to take back its followers in mass droves.The Kill Rock Podcast is the process of killing what is old and creating something new out of it. The music industry is an ever evolving process, destroying ...
 
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We are happy to celebrate our 10th episode by celebrating women in vinyl and their perspective and experiences. Producer Dana Berry sits down with three San Francisco Bay Area women who not only are avid vinyl collectors but own or have owned record stores - Tracy Parker of VAMP Art and Music, Hannah Lew of Contact Records and Windy Chien of Aq ...…
 
This week our guest is Roxana Shirazi! She is an author, journalist, lecturer, actress and bad-ass human being with a heart of gold. Roxana is the author of ‘The Last Living Slut: Born in Iran, Bred Backstage’ and will be releasing a new book this fall called “Dead Iranian Girl”. In this episode we talk about Roxana’s childhood, what it was lik ...…
 
It started off as a surprise and turned into a full blown podcast! We start to narrow the focus on why radio is still there and why you hear the same songs over and over again. Spotify List iTunes Link Google Play Link Stitcher Link We would LOVE To hear from you on any of our episodes, so please contact us at musicmusingfeedback@gmail.com or s ...…
 
Pantheon is proud to present Pamela Des Barres first hosted podcast series, “Miss Pamela’s Pajama Party” Join Miss Pamela as she tells tales from her diary, has fun interviewing special guests, and shares her love of rock n roll. This first episode features Miss Pamela getting together with former GTO bandmate Miss Mercy, sharing stories of the ...…
 
Time to stage dive when the Rock N Roll Archaeologist digs deep into guest Ian Winwood’s new book SMASH!: Green Day, The Offspring, Bad Religion, NOFX, and the '90s Punk Explosion. Two decades after the Sex Pistols and the Ramones birthed punk music into the world, their artistic heirs burst onto the scene and changed the genre forever. While t ...…
 
Okay, this time our discussion of TBP tracks is truly ending as we cover the three Black Parade B-sides. Tune in to hear us discuss Al Columbia, terrifying angels, and how all the cool kids went on Neopets and used to have Razrs on this episode of My Chemical Fancast, a podcast dedicated to all things My Chemical Romance.…
 
Kosh is back with new friend, photographer extraordinaire Glen Wexler! Glen Wexler was one of the first artists to use digital imaging technology as a tool in the creative process. His career began by designing album covers for clients like Quincy Jones, Michael Jackson, ZZ Top, and KISS, and continues with an international client base ranging ...…
 
The Rock N Roll Archaeologist digs into the origins of 90’s alt-rock with seminal figure Tyson Meade. Often cited as The Godfather of Alternative Rock, Meade was the vocalist for Norman, OK based 90’s rock band Chainsaw Kittens, and before that with mid 80’s influential band Defenestration. Meade was cited by Kurt Cobain as an influence, his fr ...…
 
This week we bring you the life story of Guinness heir turned ’60’s muse Tara Browne. Born into Irish aristocracy, Tara’s upbringing was anything but normal. Surrounded by some of the worlds most famous writers, artists, and politicians, Tara spent his childhood absorbing culture and learning by experience. By 14, Tara was already influencing t ...…
 
The Rock N Roll Archaeologists talks doowop with Al Contrera where they dissect his book, 'Hushabye: The Mystics, the Music and the Mob'. An original founding member of the Mystics, author Al Contrera tells the true story of how five Brooklyn teenagers went from singing on street corners to fame in the fifties with their first hit song, “Hushab ...…
 
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. It was perhaps the most important album of the 00s, and it was fated that one day we would come to the end of it. Here it is, folks: the last three songs on the Black Parade album. Don't fret. There are B-sides and a wrap up still coming your way, but for now, join us as we close out the albu ...…
 
So, we ended up with 5. Lead guitar and BONUS keyboard!! (don't get too excited!) Spotify List iTunes Link Google Play Link Stitcher Link We would LOVE To hear from you on any of our episodes, so please contact us at musicmusingfeedback@gmail.com or search George or Craig Sybert or Music Musing on most social media sites.…
 
GIVE S.O.B. A CHANCE! The Rock & Roll Reverend Andy King is back and will be looking at Springsteen On Broadway, the 2018 concert performance available only on Netflix. I will be looking at various points of the film, so please consider this your spoiler warning. Go watch the film … now… then come back for our discussion. You can view the film ...…
 
Today the rock N Roll Archaeologist walks into Rock stars’ Homes! Wait what? Ok, he discuss the new book, Rock Stars at Home published by Apollo. One of the six authors of the book , Bryan Reesman, joins Christian for a chat on many famous homes from many famous names. You can tell a lot about people from the way they live, and rock stars are n ...…
 
The Muses celebrate episode 100 by getting to know writer Evelyn McDonnell and discussing her latest book, Women Who Rock: Bessie to Beyonce, Girl Groups to Riot Grrrl! Women Who Rock features over 100 amazing artists and is written by a collective of incredible women. If that weren’t enough, each artist gets their own gorgeous illustration, al ...…
 
This week the Rock n Roll Archaeologist sits down with music technologist to the stars, David Frangioni. Known to Steven Tyler of Aerosmith as Gyro Gear-Loose for his magical abilities in all things audio technology, David has worked with too many rockers to count. Along with the bad boys from Boston, he is also widely known for working on “The ...…
 
Insights about Sailor Moon, Dune, and Joan of Arc are the main takeaways on this episode where we cover "Mama," "Sleep," and "Teenagers" (AKA: some of the biggest bops on Black Parade). Strap in for a wild ride as we discuss the drama of the afterlife and fawn over Liza Minnelli in the latest installment of My Chemical Fancast, a podcast dedica ...…
 
Continuing our 5 (maybe 6) part series where we discuss all the positions of a traditional Rock Band. Rhythm guitar is the same as lead, right? Right? Spotify List iTunes Link Google Play Link Stitcher Link We would LOVE To hear from you on any of our episodes, so please contact us at musicmusingfeedback@gmail.com or search George or Craig Sybe ...…
 
Shelley and Christian dive into Bruce's autobiography, 'Born to Run'. In 2009, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band performed at the Super Bowl’s halftime show. The experience was so exhilarating that Bruce decided to write about it. That’s how this extraordinary autobiography began. Over the past seven years, Bruce Springsteen has privately ...…
 
At the Aftermaster studios in Hollywood, The Rock N Roll Archaeologists sits down with ex-outlaw photographer, Julian David Stone. What’s an “outlaw photographer”? It used to be, anyone with a camera at rock n roll shows needed to be vetted and credentialed by the band and promoters. Every ticket would be printed with, “No Cameras Allowed”. And ...…
 
We all know her, we all love her and there is no one else like her. Who could we possibly be talking about? That’s right, Dolly Parton! Today Chanty presents the story of Dolly Parton, the early years. With the help of Dolly’s book “Dolly: My Life and Other Unfinished Business”, you can hear the story of how Dolly got to be the super star she i ...…
 
The Rock N Roll Archaeologist digs into the Death Rocker/L.A. Punk supergroup, the Flesh Eaters, with lead vocalist and head visionary, Chris D! Coming out of the original late 1970’s L.A. punk scene, centered around the legendary club The Masque, Chris D, a cerebral poet, journalist and singer, turned in his own brand of Western America influe ...…
 
This week on our ~thirteenth~ episode, we discuss "I Don't Love You," "House of Wolves," and "Cancer," and we have some questions. Is the boxer's wife real? How often does Ray Toro watch cartoons? And where can we find a universe with just one tree, one bench and one streetlight? Join us for a conversation about these topics and more on this ep ...…
 
Continuing our 5 (maybe 6) part series where we discuss all the positions of a traditional Rock Band. Drummers. BOOM!! Spotify List iTunes Link Google Play Link Stitcher Link We would LOVE To hear from you on any of our episodes, so please contact us at musicmusingfeedback@gmail.com or search George or Craig Sybert or Music Musing on most socia ...…
 
In episode 9 we continue our Confessions of a Vinyl Addict series. Producer Dana Berry interviews Mike LaVella, a life-long record collector who also worked within the music industry as a writer for Maximum Rock n Roll and Thrasher, published the garage punk/hot rod magazine Gearhead and ran Gearhead Records. Mike now runs a ‘Now Playing’ vinyl ...…
 
The Rock N Roll Archaeologist discusses The Beatles’ rooftop concert held fifty years ago this week with audience member and ex-U.S. manager for Apple Corp, Ken Mansfield. Aka: “The Man in the White Coat”. Ken has just released his book, “The Roof: The Beatles Final Concert, published by Post Hill Press. HE WAS THERE! Apple Records former US ma ...…
 
Jenny Boyd has led an incredible life. In the 60’s she found herself immersed in the world of Rock n Roll. Jenny was a model, a Muse, a sister to Pattie Boyd, sister is law to George Harrison and later Eric Clapton and wife to Mick Fleetwood. In her 30s she embarked on a new adventure, earning a PhD in Humanities. From there she authored a book ...…
 
he Rock N Roll Archaeologist sits down with sideman extraordinaire, Hunt Sales. Known as a session and touring drummer for decades, working with names like David Bowie, Iggy Pop, Bootsy and Todd Rundgren, Hunt Sales has embarked on his first solo career with an album of twelve original songs, “Get Your Shit Together” on Big Legal Mess records. ...…
 
Is there a tour bus in the afterlife? Has Brian May mastered the art of astral projection? Can you Lyft to the city of the dead? It's our second Black Parade episode and we are deep in it, folks. This week we cover "This is How I Disappear," "The Sharpest Lives," and the big boi, "Welcome to the Black Parade." Grab your Black Parade jacket, set ...…
 
Continuing our 5 (maybe 6) part series where we discuss all the positions of a traditional Rock Band. We tackle the large pizza...the Bass Player. Spotify List iTunes Link Google Play Link Stitcher Link We would LOVE To hear from you on any of our episodes, so please contact us at musicmusingfeedback@gmail.com or search George or Craig Sybert o ...…
 
This week in Deeper Digs in Rock, The Rock N Roll Archaeologist sits down with guest, author Andrew Grant Jackson. In great detail Christian and Andrew discuss his 2015 book, '1965: The Most Revolutionary Year in Music'. Is it really the most revolutionary year in the rock n roll age? We will find out! Fifty years ago, friendly rivalry between ...…
 
Happy 2019 everyone! We thought we’d start the new year with something a little different. Instead of taking you on a rock n roll journey we are diving into some sweet jazz with the story of Lee and Helen Morgan. Everyone who knew Helen loved her. Her place was a mecca for musicians and artists alike who needed a good meal and some TLC. When Le ...…
 
This week the Rock N Roll Archaeologist sits down with Mark Blake, author of the just released Bring It On Home: Peter Grant, Led Zeppelin, and Beyond--The Story of Rock's Greatest Manager. Mark Blake is a former Assistant Editor of Q magazine, a long-time contributor to its sister title MOJO, and has written for Rolling Stone, the Times (Londo ...…
 
This week we delve into the best 70s album of the 2000s, the one My Chemical Romance album you can take home to mom, the album that tried to kill the very band that made it: The Black Parade. This is where things get real. Join us as we discuss how the album was made, the concept behind it, and dive deep into the first two tracks. Note: Dear pa ...…
 
We start the new year off with a 5 (maybe 6) part series where we discuss all the positions of a traditional Rock Band. First up...Singers. Spotify List We would LOVE To hear from you on any of our episodes, so please contact us at musicmusingfeedback@gmail.com or search George or Craig Sybert or Music Musing on most social media sites.…
 
Happy New Year Diggers! Welcome to the new Pantheon Media! Our first DDIR show of 2019 is a discussion with an up and coming Americana outfit out of Austin, Texas, called The Band of Heathens. The Rock N Roll Archaeologist sits down with founding member, Ed Jurdi to discuss the origins of the band and their newest album, a re-imagining of Ray C ...…
 
Join the Rock n Roll Archaeologist Christian Swain as he and this episode’s special guest Meredith Ochs dissect her latest book, “Rock N Roll Woman: The Fifty Fiercest Female Rockers”. Meredith Ochs is an American radio commentator, DJ, author, journalist and musician. She is a Gracie Award honoree for her work in radio. Ochs is a commentator f ...…
 
It’s our last episode of 2018! And what a way to end they year. In today’s episode, we speak to Jon Scott, author of Tom Petty and Me: My Rock ‘n’ Roll Adventures with Tom Petty. When Chanty received the e-mail about interviewing Jon, she couldn’t believe her good fortune. Being one of the biggest Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers fans out there, ...…
 
Continuing with our Holidays celebration, this edition of Art of Rock, our host Kosh brings into Aftermaster studio his dear friend director, comedian and actor and Academy Award winning writer, Adam McKay. Adam has a new film out today called “Vice”. The story of Dick Cheney (played by Christian Bale), an unassuming bureaucratic Washington ins ...…
 
The Rock N Roll Reverend Andy King returns on a mission from God! In this episode we take a look at the 1980 film, The Blues Brothers, directed by John Landis, starring John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd, and featuring more amazing musical cameos than you can shake a harmonica at. Some of the questions we will be answering today are: How much cocaine ...…
 
In this edition the Rock N Roll Archaeologist digs very deep into the events of the Altamont Music festival held on December 6th, 1969. Our special guest is author Saul Austerlitz whose latest book is “Just a Shot Away: Peace, Love and Tragedy with the Rolling Stones at Altamont”. Saul is a long time music journalist who has had work published ...…
 
Happy Holidays! We bring back Pete Pardo of https://www.seaoftranquility.org/ to talk about the solo. When it started and what each of our top 10 solos are. Pete's Spotify List George's Spotify List Craig's Spotify List Leftovers Is your number one in one of our lists? Tell us at musicmusingfeedback@gmail.com or search George or Craig Sybert or ...…
 
When hearing the story of Lux Interior and Poison Ivy Rorschach one thing is abundantly clear – these two we’re destined to be with one another. While both were attending Sacramento State in the early 70’s it was a chance encounter off campus that led to their introduction. As Ivy said “I was a teenage hitchhiker and he gave me a ride. He’s bee ...…
 
John Simon is a super producer. And one that gets deeply involved in the process with the artists he works with. He is an accomplished musician and songwriter himself, having several albums under his belt. He began his career at the leading record company in the world at the time, Columbia, in the early 1960’s and worked his way up to producer. ...…
 
"Living well is the best revenge" is something people used to say before the true best Revenge actually appeared on the scene. This week we're wrapping up Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge by discussing the decreasing popularity of actually using your phone to call people, our pipe dream of sleeping in the desert, and a good old-fashioned swan son ...…
 
It is a special English Happy Christmas edition for Kosh and Friends because our host invites his son, John Kosh Jr. and grandson Atticus, into the studio to reminisce about family, the holidays and mostly about Kosh Jr. being on sets while rock n roll stars like the Eagles, Don Henley, James Taylor, and more babysit! It's a warm and thoughtful ...…
 
Ho, ho, ho! The Rock N Roll Archaeologist spends some quality holiday time with legendary producer/engineer Shelly Yakus. Join them as they discuss the making of 1987 star studded philanthropic album for the Special Olympics organization, “A Very Special Christmas”. A Very Special Christmas is the first in the A Very Special Christmas series of ...…
 
In this episode we talk about those little things in the realm of music that bother us...some a little, some not so little. Spotify List What is your pet peeves when it comes to music? Tell us at musicmusingfeedback@gmail.com or search George or Craig Sybert or Music Musing on most social media sites.…
 
This episode is for anyone who is truly curious about what it was like to live beside the KING- Elvis Presley. In her amazing memoir, Linda Thompson writes: “ as the adage goes, you don’t really know someone unless you live with them. Only two women ever actually lived with Elvis. I was one of them”. Chanty read the incredible book A Little Thi ...…
 
Our time with Revenge is winding to a close. On this last track-by-track episode, we decide once and for all (mostly) who is dead, whether or not the demolition lovers get to be together in the afterlife, and how one might transport themselves from one dimension of Hell to another. Tune in for discussion of guitar fancies, ASMR, and to hear us ...…
 
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