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During lockdown 2021, best-selling author Professor Jennifer Otter Bickerdike found herself nerding out about favourite songs, essential karaoke tracks and first celebrity crushes with old friends via zoom- basically, the same conversations that would take place over drinks in a pub had gone virtual due to the pandemic. From discussing the importance of Coolio to revelling in the brilliance of the Saturday Night Fever Soundtrack, Rock N Roll Confidential will have you laughing and crying in ...
 
A weekly podcast delving deep into the Iconic legendary Australian Band of Brothers, INXS, hosted by Haydn (INXS Nerd) and Bee (Tragic fan girl) Loads of cool interviews/ news/ competitions/ reviews and fan engagement. Check out our website for more cool stuff...https://www.inxsaccessallareas.com Help us out with our mission in getting, INXS recognised and inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Here is the link below to follow. Please sign and share with other INXS fan friends. https:// ...
 
Welcome to Strongwriters On Songwriting (Inside the Song), with your hosts Eric Bjarnason Martin and Scott Bradshaw. Each series will centre around a different theme with highly accomplished songwriters delving into their own personal songwriting process. Each episode will provide an opportunity to listen to and explore a few of the featured artist's songs.ROAD WARRIORS Series 2 Episodes 3-6 JERRY LEGER Leger has a thing for ghosts. The Toronto singer/songwriter confirmed it a couple of year ...
 
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With a massive surge in downloads for our exclusive interview with Elegantly Wasted’s Recording Engineer Mike Plotnikoff, we round off the discussion in part 2 with one of rock music’s finest producers. Mike opens up about Michael Hutchence’s incredible talent in the studio and bears witness to how he was tracking personally and professionally in w…
 
The guests keep coming, with Bee and me proud to welcome legendary recording engineer Mike Plotnikoff to the INXS Access all Areas Podcast. Having paired up in his formative years with famed producer Bruce Fairbairn, he was half of the Canadian duo responsible for some of the biggest-selling records of the 1990s by acts including AC/DC, Aerosmith, …
 
It’s with great pleasure that we get to deep dive and reviews side 2 of 1997’s Elegantly Wasted by INXS, starting with ‘Girl on Fire‘ at song 7. We take the unique step of also reviewing bonus songs ‘Shine‘ and ‘Let It Ride,‘ both of which were only on international releases (not American). As always, Bee and I get to add some “deep cut” tracks tha…
 
After much patience and time, we finally get to dive deep with our album review and a broader discussion on INXS’ 1997 Elegantly Wasted, recorded in Vancouver/Dublin by the late Bruce Fairbairn. Having enjoyed the longest recording hiatus of their career since 1993’s underrated Full Moon Dirty Hearts, the band returned with a vibrant, more accessib…
 
As we wrap up our trilogy of chats with Garry Gary Beers, we are pleased to delve into the latter recording career, particularly the album Switch and we ask more about his book—plus INXS’ prospects of making the Rock Hall of Fame despite missing out on the 2023 induction ballot. I can smell a rant coming!!!!! Furthermore, we have adjusted our podca…
 
This week we attempted to program an Artificial Intelligence to write in Haydn’s style & voice. LOL. Here is what the AI came up with: “G’day mates, it’s your favorite podcast host, and we’ve got a doozy of an episode for you today. We have Garry Gary Beers, the bassist for the legendary band INXS, back in the studio for another yarn! This legend h…
 
It’s with great pleasure that INXS Access All Areas welcomes to the podcast founding bass player and inimitable groove merchant Garry Gary Beers. Based in Los Angeles for over a decade, Garry formed a tour-de-force sound, particularly with Jon Farriss. Part One dives deep into the early days when he met other future band partners, his many musical …
 
As we commemorate the two-year anniversary of INXS Manager Chris Murphy’s passing we simultaneously pay homage to what would have been Michael Hutchence’s 63rd birthday with a deep dive into their professional but often volatile relationship. In 1995 Chris severed ties after 15 years of committed and trailblazing stewardship of INXS precipitated by…
 
Welcome back, patrons, regular listeners, and INXS sycophants, to 2023!!! INXS Access All Areas promises to deliver more quality content this year, and we’re excited to “KICK” off the year with Part 2 of Bee's deep dive with famed music producer Danny Saber, featuring Nick Egan on co-hosting duties. Danny is the genius who put the parts and pieces …
 
JC AND LARRY from Old School Akron Hardcore kings "Don Austin" talk about their upcoming reunion show at Musica (This Friday the 13th!), and their history together as bandmates. We get into reunion shows in general (Pantera, Chimaira, Negative Approach, etc) getting their punk band on WNIR, music scenes are stupid, tough guy metal bands, and songs …
 
A big Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year from both me and Haydn and yes we're on a break and we will be back in the New year with more amazing guest interviews and much more. This episode was fun to make with our Hounable Patron and friend Nick Egan, music video and creative producer to many including; Duran Duran, Oasis, and INXS.He takes us through …
 
As we embark on 1995 in our INXS career anthology, Michael Hutchence started to stretch himself musically, teaming up with icon Gang of Four co-founder Andy Gill and Tim Simeon to assist in writing and recording his first pure solo album—an album we shall do a deep dive on in future episodes. However, it served to highlight how respected and liked …
 
It’s often said that greatest hits albums are a culmination of a band’s body of work during the key parts of its career, and with INXS we have contrasting motives behind these releases being discussed today. 1982’s INXSIVE: The Deluxe Years was a helpful entrée for new fans wanting a consolidated understanding of the band’s sophomore work, albeit a…
 
In the week the world remembers Michael Hutchence 25 years after that infamous afternoon, November 22, 1997, Bee and myself join the remembrance. With the dominant Don’t Change playing the exact venue INXS we were supposed to play 25 years ago in Wollongong, many loyal patrons made it to this fantastic gig. Blair & co. played a relentless 25-song s…
 
Michael Kelland Hutchence was born on January 22nd, 1960, and passed way too soon on November 22nd, 1997 soared through his 37 years like a comet brimming with energy, radiance, and vitality touching the hearts, minds, and souls of millions.Often compared to Jim Morrison and Mick Jagger, Michael carved a unique pathway with his baritone range, sine…
 
As Bee and I come to the close of our Jon Farriss trilogy, we are excited to explore his art, musicianship, and the strong bond that he held with the road crew throughout those touring years. Proud as ever to have touring crews that were the envy of all international acts, Jon humbly showcases that he saw his role in the band as more than just a dr…
 
The second part of our interview with INXS’s drummer Jon Farriss resumes with Jon giving us more insights into his musical career, from drumming for Toto to meeting his hero Ringo Starr. We also get to hear him talk excitedly about how he produced the under-the-radar album, Original Sin. It’s so cool to know that Jon still has the passion to still …
 
We are blessed today to have the musical genius of Jon Farriss joining INXS Access All Areas for a deep dive into his career and life post-INXS touring. “Old world, new world,” you may say. Jon is extra-giving and generous with his thoughts and insights. Starting in reverse order, Jon shares what life in 2022 is like as he dials in from his magnifi…
 
Ok, INXS progressives! It’s now time to argue your case for the truly global years of 1987-1997 with strong opinions, facts, anecdotes, and passion as to why this era truly resonates with you. We are pleased to invite long-term contributors such as Chicago’s finest Laurie Alfaro, Aussie Regional outback hotelier Darren Jones, and our Queen of the I…
 
With the rules of engagement set, we welcome 4 loyal podcast listeners to put their case forward for the INXS era of 1977-1986. Paul, Jimmy, Genevieve, and Manny get down to the nitty gritty and share their inner feelings, thoughts, and preferences with vigor, passion, and purpose. All that and a whole lot more as INXS Access All Areas lets its lis…
 
And it's a 1 2 3 we are back, baby, and bigger and better with episode 123 of INXS Access All Areas. It’s with great pleasure and passion that we set the terms of reference in this episode of which Michael Hutchence INXS era was better: * 1977-1986 OR * 1987-1997 With ardent fans all having their favorite albums, concerts, and memories, we shall en…
 
Multi-instrumentalist Scott Klopfenstein of the Littlest Man Band and former Reel Big Fish, tells Jen about being a solo artist, prom misadventures and why The Muppet Movie Soundtrack is a total classic.By Jennifer Otter Bickerdike
 
We continue with the Fabulous Nick Launay this week with part 2 of his personal INXS account. Nick talks about the production of The Swing and goes through each song. We find out about famous backing singers and enlighten us further with his impressive knowledge of working in the music industry. what a fanatic guest this is one not to miss for the …
 
It does not get more bad ass than this week’s guest, the incredible Alex White. Alex is former professional skateboarder, current brand and team manager for Krux, the Women’s and Non-Binary Rider Relations Manager at NHS, a TV commentator and the first female Olympic Judge for Skateboarding. During the pandemic, brands scrambled to meet a monstrous…
 
This week and next week are a little different from our usual episodes. Bee is taking a big break to travel halfway around Australia and will be back mid-Oct. We will be back with more updated News and more then. Our Interview week Nick Launay is very compelling and will have you on the edge of your seats wanting more. In this first part, Nick talk…
 
This week we dedicate the Topic to everyone who is suffering from either physical or mental issues. X X With a suite of new INXS releases and reissues upon us, we are delighted to review the latest HD video upgrades of the remaining Welcome to Wherever You Are singles, namely “Baby Don’t Cry ”, “Taste It ”, “Not Enough Time ” and “Beautiful Girl. ”…
 
As we acknowledge the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, it’s somewhat appropriate that we dive deep on what many consider the greatest CD Maxi Single in INXS’ catalogue: “Heaven Sent”. With the early 1990’s signifying a real musical shift, INXS spearheaded their seminal Welcome to Wherever You Are with this four-to-the-floor rock stomper that surprisi…
 
Doc Martens boots and S&S Masks… Michael Hutchence had the ‘It factor" and was a dream to photograph. In part 2 of this week’s interview, Bee gets to find out more about the session with Chris Cuffaro. Doctor Martens boots and S&M masks are some of the subjects touched upon. Haydn’s birthday greetings from the band, news, and more. Enjoy this INXS …
 
Jen gets to fan girl out with mega babe and mega brain, artist and musician Blake Schwarzenbach. Blake is the singer and guitarist for the ground breaking Jawbreaker, formerly of Jets to Brazil, forgetters and The Thorns of Life. The two former graduate students discuss favorite academic reads, Merle Haggard, Joy Division and the importance of a go…
 
You’ve heard the name Chris Cuffaro, and you’ve seen the now-iconic photographs he has taken of Michael Hutchence. Now, hear the backstories! Bee had the pleasure of asking Chris about the session and his time with Michael. He is very open and it turns into a very interesting conversation, with some very exciting news about another exhibition comin…
 
Episode 116: “INXS Day, 16/8/2022: Happy Birthday”! On August 16, 1977, the world lost one of its biggest musical icons, namely Elvis Presley. Little did anyone know that on the same day, six Aussie lads from the Northern Beaches of Sydney would debut as a band. Fast-forward 20 years later and these ambitious lads—Michael, Andrew, Kirk, Jon, Gary, …
 
It’s with great excitement, that the INXS Access All Areas Podcast does its first joint simulcast with the fantastic Rock in Retrospect podcast and The Hustle, with Nick Bambach and Jon Lamoreaux, respectively. With INXS the star act for discussion, the Access All Areas team finds themselves on the other side of the ledger, where both Nick and Jon …
 
Best-selling author and 30-year music industry veteran Professor Jennifer Otter Bickerdike talks about how she started the podcast Rock N Roll Confidential during the Covid 19 pandemic, as well as some of the guests featured in the show’s first season. Featuring music by Julia Ruzicka’s This Becomes Us Link to Spotify playlist inspired by the birth…
 
Join Bee and Haydn with a busload of INXS fans, as they tour the Northern Beaches of Sydney, the INXS Homeland! Visiting Michael's Memorial, the Farriss brother's house, their schools, and lots of other special INXS places This doco was produced so that other INXS fans and listeners to the podcast could also be part of this journey. https://youtu.b…
 
Truly an international band, INXS never rested on their laurels, and this was evidenced by their success in Europe's post-Kick album. With the X album and Welcome to Wherever You Are making great inroads into the Scandinavian charts, the band toured did a promo, and supported the region that laid claim to great musical pioneers like ABBA. Melodies …
 
This episode it's Eagle and Larry Gargus talking smack about Everyone and every thing. Phil Anselmo isn't even safe. We talk about the upcoming Actual Form show and the Rubber City Tattoo Invitational after Party with Wallcreeper, Something Involving a Monkey, and Cheap Heat! A lot of banter on this one. Enjoy!…
 
Fresh off our Part One deep dive with Richard Lowenstein, we are excited to prove that the sequel sometimes can be better than the original. Somehow, we manage to recapture 1987 in all its glory, with further discussions about the Prague videos of “Never Tear Us Apart” and “Guns in the Sky”. We explore his 2019 masterpiece “Mystify” documentary on …
 
It’s with great pleasure that we welcome Richard Lowenstein to the INXS: Access All Areas family with a deep dive into his fantastic career. Having previously done an “origin” episode (see Episode 83), we finally get to hear from the man himself. Richard dazzles us with discussions ranging from his early Swinburne College days through to all of the…
 
There is never a dull moment in the INXS world, and this week I was fortunate enough to take in the fantastic cover band in Victoria, Australia, “INXSIVE”! With blistering live performance, it reminded me of those nostalgic days when in the car with Mum and my sister on the 120 miles drive to Kyabram for Xmas. As such, the good old mix tape offset …
 
Before Spotify, iTunes, Amazon, iPods, and playlists, we music fans of the 1980s were sheer lovers of the “mix tape” format: often a romantic ode and gift to a high-school love, a compilation of radio tracks taped whilst studying or a most timely road-trip option when the old AM/FM frequency started to crackle as the family wagon hit the countrysid…
 
Well, the votes are in, the polls are closed and the ballots tabulated from over 30 countries’ citizens voting with passion and glee. So we are proud to announce the most primal moments of Michael Hutchence’s career. With nominations from video clips, live performances, and interviews all the way through to cinematography, Michael captivated the he…
 
Last week, Haydn & Bee outlined the primal Michael Hutchence moments submitted by you, the fans. This week, Bee & the ladies of the INXS AAA Newsletter team had a little overnight get-together to dish on their favourite Primal Michael Moments. Danyelle, Laurie & Bee shared their thoughts with each other and gushed over Michael as only fan girls can…
 
The great Michael Hutchence is regularly eulogised as the “last great rock star”! Adjectives such as charismatic, sinewy, smouldering, spellbinding, and magnetic described Michael’s limitless appeal. So, today’s much overdue episode is for you, the fans, as Bee and I interact on what your favourite Michael Hutchence primal moments were and still ar…
 
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