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Consequence of Sound and Sony bring you an exploration of legendary albums and their ongoing legacy. Join host Jill Hopkins as she examines how masterpieces continue to evolve: shaping lives, shaking rafters, and ingraining itself into our culture. Maybe you’re a longtime fan who wants to go deeper. Maybe you’re a first-time listener curious to hear more – either way, you’re in the right place.
 
The Rock Doc podcast titled Music Is Medicine is a magazine style show hosted by Neil Ratner, MD, the Rock Doc. Having spent years in the music business during the late sixties and seventies, the show includes This Week In the History of Rock and Roll with details and facts about artists and songs you never knew, in depth interviews with both musicians and backstage music industry icons, and calling upon his 20 years of experience as a practicing MD, Neil will devote a segment to medical iss ...
 
On this Reel Travels podcast, professional travel writer and self-proclaimed film/tv buff Lisa Iannucci takes you across the country and around the world talking movie and television locations to visit, museums to explore, and conventions and tours to attend. Whether you're a fan of Game of Thrones, Little House on the Prairie, Downton Abbey, old John Wayne movies, I Love Lucy, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, The African Queen or some other show/movie we'll talk about where you can travel t ...
 
Hello Again, and Welcome to Crime In Music! Every other Wednesday, we'll bring you a true-crime podcast about people in & around the Music Business and their mis-adventures in Law-Breaking! We talk about such things as: #CrimeHistory #MurderMystery #MusicHistory #CrimeStories #MusicLife #MusicBusiness #CrimeInMusic If you like that sort of thing, Check Us Out, Hit Subscribe & Tell a Friend! Proud part of Pantheon - the podcast network for music lovers.
 
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Welcome to Episode 45 of Reel Travels. I’m your host Lisa Iannucci and I am also your film and tv travel guide. Happy New Year! What you may not know is that I wrote a biography of Will Smith years ago, and thanks to that biography I appeared in Will Smith’s biography in Germany, think A&E biography. In this episode, I interviewed the very talented…
 
Give the drummer some! Over the years, countless session players have shaped the spirit and sound of Santana -- but especially the beats. Many stuck around, but others went on to carve out their own careers, the likes of which are among the most varied and vast in the industry. For the fourth and final episode of Abraxas, The Opus takes a rhythmic …
 
Welcome to Episode 43 of Reel Travels. I’m your host Lisa Iannucci and I am also your film and tv travel guide. To finish out my Reel Travels podcast for 2020, I decided to bring you just one more crossover interview I did for my podcast The Write Start. On that show, My guest Merrit Minnemeyer and I talk about achieving dreams, and knowing when th…
 
As we've already learned this season, the members of Santana all came in with their own eclectic perspectives. From the traditional to the avant garde, they dropped a witch’s cauldron of diverse sonic experimentation. For the third episode, The Opus wants to talk about the power of influence. Not only on the members of Santana, but how they've sinc…
 
Hey everyone it’s Lisa Iannucci and this is a special cross-over episode between both of my podcasts The Reel Travels podcast and The Write Start podcast. My special guest for this episode is Katherine Parker-Magyar, who is an extremely successful travel writer and I thought that writers would want to know how she accomplished what she did as a tra…
 
For the second episode of Season 11, The Opus is curious to know the stories behind the liner notes to Abraxas. Sure, Carlos Santana was the face and name of the band, but he wasn’t the voice and he didn’t make up the totality of their signature sound. Of course, a good bandleader knows it’s not always about them, and Santana was no exception to th…
 
Welcome to Episode 41 of the Reel Travels podcast. I’m your host and film/tv travel guide, Lisa Iannucci.. This podcast Is all about the 2020 Holiday Gift Guide. There are no affiliate links and I’m not being paid by any of them to bring you this gift guide. It was purely based on research and my own likes and dislikes. It is a jam-packed episode t…
 
In the Season 11 premiere, we're dialing back the clock to the late '60s, a time when Santana and his band were on the cusp of a cultural sea change. They had just conquered the iconic Woodstock Music Festival, and all ears were raised for what came next. But, when you finally have the means to make the album you’ve always wanted ... is it smooth s…
 
Consequence Podcast Network and Sony’s The Opus is back for Season 11 with a new host and a new classic album to explore. Beginning November 19th, host Jill Hopkins (The Moth Chicago, Making Beyoncé podcast) will conjure the enduring legacy of Santana’s landmark Abraxas. Following the release of their self-titled debut and their subsequent performa…
 
Today host of 'Festival Nation' Marla Davies explores the 2020 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees, this year's snubs and musical highlights from the all-star jams over the last 34 years. Guests today are 3 Bay Area Rock DJ's -Radio Programming Consultant Dana Jang, The Breeze DJ Nicci Ross and Sunday Night Dead Host Grateful Don Potter and Host o…
 
Host Marla Davies talks with FestForums Founder and CEO Laurie Kirby about the future of music festivals, how COVID-19 helped burst the festival bubble and the brave new world we're heading into and how film festivals are leading the way for music festivals. https://www.festforums.com/home FEST NEWS FLASH: https://www.ivotedconcerts.com/ https://ww…
 
Host Marla Davies talks to Rock and Roll Photographer and Filmmaker Jay Blakesberg about the 'Skull and Roses' Festival that was scheduled for April 2-5, 2020. 'Festival Nation' and the Pantheon Podcast Network teamed up with 'Skull and Roses' for a podcast mini-series. This is one of the interviews from the archives that didn't air before the fest…
 
Welcome to Episode 40 of Reel Travels I'm your host, Lisa Iannucci. This episode, I take a detour and head over to Woodstock, New York for the 21st Annual Woodstock Film Festival and, as I’ve said several times before, my favorite film festival. I’ll tell you about the movies I watched and what I thought about them. Let’s get started. Film festival…
 
Host Marla Davies talks with Talent Buyer Chris Porter about the upcoming 'Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival' and how the San Francisco iconic festival is reinventing itself virtually. It's a chance to watch from home or virtually from a tarp in you own backyard on Saturday October 3, 2020 from 5p-8p EST or 2p-5p PST. The day will be filled with n…
 
He was thrust into the limelight at a super young age, acting in tv commercials. He made his break thru as little brother, bass player Danny Partridge in the Partridge Family.He studied karate under the living legend Chuck Norris and he featured those skills on several episodes of the television show CHiPs. He has several black belts and national c…
 
Welcome to Episode #39 of Reel Travels. I'm your host Lisa Iannucci and I'm also your film and TV location travel guide. I'm the author of "On Location, A Film & TV Lover's Travel Guide." If you're interested in ordering it, please visit OblongBooks.com, search my name and order from them please. This week, my guest is Brian Koppel, the founder of …
 
He chainsawed his neighbors patio, brought a BB gun onto a plane and he's the only original member of Puddle of Mudd, it's Wes Scantlin! Leave an Anonymous SpeakPipe Voice Msg: www.crimeinmusic.comTweet Us: www.twitter.com/crimeinmusicIG: www.instagram.com/crimeinusicFaceBook: www.facebook.com/crimeinmusic…
 
She moved around a lot as a child. She was a tomboy and everybody knew she was different. Having never completed high school, she finally got her GED. She ran with a rough crowd of socialites like, Nicole Richie, Kim Kardashian and Ivanka Trump.A victim of the Bling Ring and Guerrilla artist Banksy, even world famous DJs; deadmau5 and Afrojack all …
 
Host Marla Davies talks with Vinnie Dombroski from Sponge who performed at the July Mini-Fest (Formerly the Herd Immunity Festival) in Wisconsin July 16-19, 2020. This was the first rock festival featuring major acts to take place since the pandemic started. You'll hear a first-hand account from Vin about his experience at the Festival, speculation…
 
My guest is Carole Ita White. She started out her career with episodic TV and small film roles in the early 1970s and has worked along side such legends as John Astin, Mickey Rooney, and Milton Berle. She’s made appearances on Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman, Starsky & Hutch, The Love Boat, Beverly Hills, 90210, The Wayans Bros. and Profiler. And had ro…
 
Welcome to Episode 37 of Reel Travels. I’m your host Lisa Iannucci and I am your film and tv travel guide. This week, you’re going to meet Missy Kay, who decided she had enough of sitting at home, researched a trip to the Grand Canyon and left the next day for a three-week 9500 mile road trip where she slept in her car. She left the next day. Could…
 
Welcome to Episode 36 of Reel Travels. I’m your host Lisa Iannucci and I am your film and tv travel guide. This week, we’re going to take a detour and talk about something that I’ve been doing a lot of lately and when I tell people about it, they ask me for advice. Today, we’re going to talk about downsizing your home to fund your travel -- can it …
 
Host Marla Davies talks with Nathan Morin - the deodorant king of Chicago about his latest product, Grateful Dead Deodorant. Nathan is a deadhead and says the music and spirit of the Grateful Dead have influenced my company's core principles of service, veganism and organic agriculture. Join us as we talk about the power of live music, love of fest…
 
Welcome to Episode 35 of Reel Travels. I’m your host Lisa Iannucci and I am your film and tv travel guide. This week, you’ll learn about a special place in Las Vegas that was a regular for such legends as Sammy Davis Jr., Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley -- oh and some members of the Mob too. and, if you visit, you can sit exactly where they sat. Th…
 
We start in Europe to bring you a uniquely American musical sensation. It all started in Paris, France with successful music producers; Jacques Morali, Henri Belolo (Jack & Hank). Jack knew how to write a catchy tune and Hank was good at business. After a move to New York City to capture the US market, the fellas recorded a couple of Jack's song's …
 
Welcome to Episode #34 of Reel Travels! I'm your host Lisa Iannucci and I'm also the author of On Location: A Film and TV Lover's Travel Guide (available through OblongBooks.com). Today we talk about where I live -- in New York's Hudson Valley and how the area has become popular for film and television production. Laurent Rejto, director of the Hud…
 
Festival Nation Host Marla Davies talks with Maria Maldaur about her latest work with the Garcia Project called Spirit - A Loving Tribute to Jerry Garcia and The Spiritual Songs He Performed. You'll hear a few tracks from the latest release - GarciaProject.com. Maria also shares stories of her over a half century in the music business, her early da…
 
Host Marla Davies talks with Festival Pass Founder and CEO Ed Vincent about Festival Pass - the world's first live events subscription service across music, film, food and wine, theatre and tech and innovation and where he sees festivals going after the pandemic. Please connect with me - marladavies.com and festivalnationpodcast.com or shoot me an …
 
There's something mystifying about powerful voices. Sure, everyone can open their mouth and sing, but when we watch a force like Whitney Houston do so, it's abundantly clear there's a vast divide between her and us mere mortals. But we take such voices for granted, often celebrating their talent by simply listening. What we don't appreciate is the …
 
It's hard to underestimate Whitney Houston’s stardom. For better and for worse, the world knows so much more about the late diva than we do about most artists from her era. Houston's meteoric rise would eventually place her own personal life under a microscope, and it's the tragic details that all too often overshadow her unparalleled legacy and gr…
 
Welcome to Episode 33 of Reel Travels. I’m your host Lisa Iannucci and author of On Location: A Film & TV Lover’s Travel Guide today is a shorter episode because it’s just little ol’ me talking about some things I wanted you to know about film festivals and film and television travel. Trent & Allie: On YouTube as Trent & Allie Reel Travels Magazine…
 
Welcome to Reel Travels Episode #32. My name is Lisa Iannucci and I am the host of the show and the author of On Location: A Film & TV Lover's Travel Guide (please buy it from Oblong Books online). This week, I take a slight turn from the regular format of the show to talk about one of the hottest shows on Netflix right now, Ozark. My husband, Ej "…
 
As a child he lands his own radio show, singing and playing songs on his guitar. Listeners would call in asking for more of the singing kid. As soon as his career starts to take off, the world goes to war. Getting a section 4-F, he grinds out the war at a ship building factory back in the states. After years of trying, he got his big break audition…
 
Host Marla Davies explores the SoFa Music Festival - SIP - Shelter in Place Edition. The Music Festival/Street Fair held in April usually attracts between 3,000-5,000 people who travel to the South First Area of Downtown San Jose to listen to between 80-100 bands on more than 10 stages in a 2 block area. And living up to its name there's lots of so…
 
For decades now, rap and hip-hop has been the most fertile soil for slang and new language across pop culture. But when looking back on Mobb Deep, the duo didn't just have their own slang, they had their own language. In this bonus episode of The Opus, host Andy Bothwell breaks down the history of "The Dun Language" with rappers Slug (of Atmosphere…
 
Welcome to Episode #31 of Reel Travels, a podcast about film and tv travel. I'm your host, Lisa Iannucci and I'm the author of On Location: A Film & TV Lover's Travel Guide, which came out in 2018. In this episode, I talk to Rob from Rob on Location about some of his favorite film and television travel trips he's taken. I also talk about what I'm w…
 
The world seems to have gone mad since the release of Malcolm Gladwell's The Outliers. Thanks to his 2008 best-selling book, everyone seems to think that all you need is 10,000 hours of practice to achieve greatness. While that may work on a skill or a craft, the rules go out the window when it comes to art. Prodigy and Havoc certainly put a lot of…
 
From a young age, he was a musical prodigy. At the age of 5 he taught himself piano and 14 other instruments. He sang in the church choir like an angel, but burned down his house playing with lighters like a little devil. Raised in the mean streets of Long Island NY. After graduating culinary school, while attending University, he pairs up with a g…
 
The mid-90's produced a crowded field chock full of brilliant rap records. With debuts from Nas, Wu-Tang Clan, and Jay-Z, artists really needed to bring their A-game if they were going to try and stand out. Mobb Deep could have easily been lost in the ether, especially given the mixed reception towards their debut album, Juvenile Hell. Instead, lik…
 
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