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The ultimate classic rock podcast with big name interviews on every episode including 30+ Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees! If you love classic rock and want to hear stories of the glory days from the guys who were at the heart of the action then you'll LOVE this comprehensive classic rock podcast, hosted by UK radio veteran, Paul Stephenson! Check out VRP Rocks Radio : https://live365.com/station/VRP-Rocks-Radio-a61270 - the 24/7 online classic rock station unlike any other classic rock r ...
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Welcome Music fans! Find the amazing shows from the Pantheon Network in our main feed here: Rock N Roll Archaeology, Growin' Up Rock, Comes A Time, The Metallica Report, History in Five Songs with Martin Popoff, Decibel Geek, Tunes & Tumblers, Mistress Carrie Podcast, The Hook Rocks!, JBTV, Into the Banjoverse, Rock's Backpages, Goldmine, Pamela Des Barres' Pajama Party, Who Cares About the Rock Hall?, You're Not Listening, the C.L.I.M.B., The Career Musician, Cobras & Fire, Rock and/or Roll ...
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Rock legends (including 2 Rock n Roll Hall of Fame Inductees) share stories from their time playing, recording and touring with The Who! From studio chaos to replacing the irreplaceable, gruelling tour dates to backstage drama, you'll get a glimpse into the minds and actions of icons Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, John Entwistle and Keith Moon. Lea…
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Rock legends (including 2 Rock n Roll Hall of Fame Inductees) share stories from their time playing, recording and touring with The Who! From studio chaos to replacing the irreplaceable, gruelling tour dates to backstage drama, you'll get a glimpse into the minds and actions of icons Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, John Entwistle and Keith Moon. Lea…
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I could write a lengthy blurb for this episode of the show as I normally do, or I could just say, “Ladies and gentlemen, I present my interview with Richard Thompson”......what's that? You need more? Okay. Welcome to episode 176 of Love That Album. If you've listened to early episodes of the show or hung around the Facebook group for the podcast or…
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The Wolf & Action Jackson are HUGE Rolling Stones fans and count seeing the Steel Wheels Tour live in their respective cities as an important moment in their lives. Though the Stones never said it, many figured the Steel Wheels Tour would be the last chance for many people to ever see the Stones play. And because Bill Wyman retired after that tour,…
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ABOUT MARK FARNER: Mark Farner, currently leading Mark Farner's American Band and co-founder and former vocalist/guitarist/songwriter for the platinum-selling Grand Funk Railroad. Mark is celebrating the release of Rock 'N' Roll Soul: Live 1989 marking the first time that Farner's "Woodstock: 20 Years After" concert performance has been released in…
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This week Tom & Zeus welcome music journalist, television personality and the host of the "Allison Hagendorf Show", Allison Hagendorf. Allison Hagendorf was the host of the last KISS concert, which was at Madison Square Garden on December 2, 2024. She interviewed the band and more throughout their New York experience during the final days of the En…
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This week we’re back for a close look at the second half at the year that was 1983! In this episode, we dissect the news stories, pop culture moments, and rock albums that were released from July-December of 1983. News stories covered include The Rolling Stones hitting pay dirt, a near-catastrophic Russian attack thwarted, a funeral for thousands o…
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On this episode, Metal Walt, Ian O’Rourke & Bill The Rager explore the heavy metal scene in 1996. Kiss reunites with Ace & Peter for a tour (in makeup), Ozzfest debuts, Sammy Hagar leaves Van Halen, Soundgarden breaks up post-Lollapalooza & Metallica cuts their hair! Rob Halford & Judas Priest head in opposite directions, Grunge music & Rage Agains…
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Cccan't you see? This week, we're talking about Club Jams with the fantastic Brian Moss from Vicious Pink! Originating from a serendipitous encounter in a smoky Leeds nightclub back in 1979, Josephine Warden and Brian Moss embarked on a musical journey that would redefine the synth-pop landscape. Initially known as Vicious Pink Phenomena, they made…
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The River of Dreams album was Billy Joel’s introduction to a new generation of fans in the early 90s. With chart-topping songs, a notorious Grammy appearance, and an extensive world tour, it was a landmark in Billy’s career. But for drummer Zachary Alford, it was one of his first experiences in a major label session, and another step in his quickly…
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For peak enjoyment of The Soundcarriers, you must first acquire a lava lamp, a Warhol painting, some shag carpet (a rug will do), and put on your best 60s mod score from the thrift store down the street. Everything about this group (down to the font choice in the liner notes) is steeped in the effortlessly cool sound of 60s psychedelic folk. Today …
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Paige Stark is a multi-hyphenated artist. She's a Director-Writer-Actor-Producer, but she joins our podcast because we’re fans of her music. Her just- released EP is entitled Good At Love, and we get into all the interesting insights from the start of her career, her impressive list of friends, and the crazy story of how she became associated with …
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Sylvan @sylvangreeneyes and Jesse @jessejacksonDFW discuss another song from @johnhiattmusic first album, this time we discuss the title track from Hangin around the Observatory. Do we see early gems of the songwriter John will become? Let us know what you think! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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Today I am challenging you with 3 tricky scenarios that can happen in the music industry and giving recommendations on how you should resolve them. How you handle them can determine success or failure. All Things Music @spicygmusic www.jasongoldmanmusic.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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Singer/Songwriter Al Stewart came out of the London Folk scene, but by the mid-70's struck it big with MOR/AM Radio hit, "Year Of The Cat". But there's more to this Mr. Stewart than just this one hit. On this episode, I'm joined by fellow podcaster (and Al Stewart fan extraordinaire) Craig Smith to discuss the deep cut "Life In Dark Water". "Life I…
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Jamey Rodgers has joined Sylvan and I on the Perfectly Good Podcast to talk about John Hiatt but today, we are getting off the John train and talking a little Bruce and a lot of the genius of American Storyteller - Tom T. Hall. Jamey shares where his love of Tom's songs originated and how he continues to find comfort in those songs and stories. Lea…
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Featuring special guest, from the Decibel Geek Podcast, Aaron Camaro. Aaron and Bakko run down some albums and artist from this scene that may have been overlooked but deserve some credit for their contributions to the scene. The Hard 180 is a podcast counting down the 100 most essential albums of the 1980's Metal Scene. Some call it Hair Metal. So…
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This week, I am joined by Jesse Dayton, and we're curating a playlist filled with our favorite guitar solos. Expect a genre-hopping adventure in this one! We also dive into songs from his brand new album “The Hard Way Blues,” which was produced by Shooter Jennings; working & recording with Waylon Jennings for his 1996 album “Right For The Time;” th…
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SUPPORT THIS PODCAST, SO I CAN BRING YOU A SEASON 7! Join Patreon for as little as $1/month Donate any amount to the fundraiser ~~~~ FEATURED SONG REC – “all caps” (unreleased, from the upcoming album, KITE TO CAMDEN) Season 6 Episode 29 - BOOM BAP - The History of Hip Hop Production Hip hop has been a favorite world of mine for decades. I’ve been …
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Jesse Colin Young is a revered figure in the American folk-rock scene. In The Youngbloods, which blended folk, rock, blues, and jazz elements, widespread acclaim came from their iconic 1967 hit single, "Get Together," a song that became an anthem for peace and brotherhood during the turbulent 1960s. The song's enduring message of unity and love con…
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On the 63rd Episode of Dorm Damage With Tom & Zeus, the guys discuss the mail order music clubs, Columbia House and BMG Music Service. Tom & Zeus have mentioned Columbia House & BMG before on the Shout It Out Loudcast. On this episode they discuss their origins with the music mail order club, the pros and cons and what it meant for them personally.…
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We’re having a heat wave! It’s ImmaLetYouFinish... show #192. Court & Amy discuss whether Taylor is chart blocking, bid farewell to Sir Charles, and say only nice things about Charli XCX. ImmaLetYouFinish... is a proud member of Pantheon Podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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In Episode 259, Martin gets inside your head with songs that once heard become earworms and maybe even the soundtrack of our lives. Queen – “It’s Late” Accept – “Aiming High” Deep Purple – “Maybe I’m a Leo” Blue Oyster Cult – “Dominance and Submission” Europe – “The Final Countdown” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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The Hard 180 is a podcast counting down the 100 most essential albums of the 1980's Metal Scene. Some call it Hair Metal. Some get really butthurt by that term. But we all love it. A list curated from the rankings of fellow podcasters, influential contributors to the scene and fans. Resulting in a final list of the 100 Most Essential Albums from th…
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From his family roots to his dual career paths, taken simultaneously, Markus and Ray take the ride with you, musically, and historically! From London to L.A., we talk about his musical life, and all the twists and turns it took. Due to the risk of a 2+ hourlong episode, much of Rod Stewart's personal story is pretty much left out. So, it's football…
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