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Best Rocks Backpages podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Rocks Backpages podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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The Music Podcast Network. The music audio magazine featuring shows: Rock N Roll Archaeology, History in Five Songs with Martin Popoff, Dad Bod Rap Pod, Rock n Roll Librarian, Muses, Art of Rock, Festival Nation, Vinyl Snob, Rock Candy, Is It Rolling Bob? Talking Dylan, Rock's Backpages, Goldmine, Pamela Des Barres' Pajama Party, Who Cares About the Rock Hall?, The Career Musician, The Band: A History, Make It Stop!, Shout it Out Loudcast, Deeper Digs in Rock, Side Jams, I Love THAT Song, Is ...
 
They were so much older then, they're younger than that now: Mark Pringle and Barney Hoskyns reel in the years and riff on all that's new this week in the world's biggest library of music journalism – definitive interviews with legends of the last 60 years by the pop press' greatest writers ... and much much more. Produced by Jasper Murison-Bowie.
 
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After its enforced break, the RBP podcast returns for its first remotely-recorded episode. Mark, Barney & Jasper — all splendidly self-isolated, if not entirely locked down — are reunited online to run through everything that's new or free on Rock's Backpages. Noting the sad losses of Cristina, Manu Dibango and Fountains Of Wayne's Adam Schlesinger…
 
After its enforced break, the RBP podcast returns for its first remotely-recorded episode. Mark, Barney & Jasper — all splendidly self-isolated, if not entirely locked down — are reunited online to run through everything that's new or free on Rock's Backpages. Noting the sad losses of Cristina, Manu Dibango and Fountains Of Wayne's Adam Schlesinger…
 
In show 41, Martin lays out the history of Jason Bonham in these five songs: Bonham – “The Storm” Jason Bonham Band – “Drown in Me” UFO – “Mr. Freeze” Black Country Communion – “Beggarman” California Breed – “Midnight Oil” To connect or learn more about Martin head over to: www.martinpopoff.com This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.…
 
Christian gets on the good foot with Alan Leeds tour manager for James Brown for many years (along with Prince, D’Angelo and Chris Rock), who has just released his memoirs working for Mr. Brown called, There Was A Time: James Brown, The Chitlin’ Circuit and Me from Post Hill Press. A behind-the-scenes look at the Chitlin' Circuit during America's m…
 
The Doors were a groundbreaking band that changed the rules in so many ways. They made their mark, burned brightly, then faded after Jim Morrison's death. This week The Imbalanced Brothers talk about the spark, their era, and the ways their legacy continues in the 21st century! Ladies and gentlemen, from Venice Beach, California... THE DOORS!!! Thi…
 
Host Nate Wilcox welcomes author Steven Blush to discuss his book “American Hardcore: A Tribal History.” Nate and Steven talk about the angry, loud and disaffected scene of the early 1980s which managed to change the course of American culture despite the active opposition of the music industry. Visit our sponsor Adam & Eve for 50% off almost any i…
 
Record Store Recon continues to look into the state of record stores during the pandemic by interviewing the co-owner of Strictly Discs Records of Madison, Wisconsin, and then a thumbs-up review of Guestroom Records in Louisville, Kentucky. Tune in with Goldmine editor Patrick Prince and anonymous reporter Dr. Disc for this special monthly episode …
 
During these difficult times, as artists, we have to shift our mindset from "ME, ME, ME" to "WE,WE,WE!" JESSI CAMPO - JAVI PRODUCTIONS GROUP Bilingual Singer/Songwriter Mentor/Coach (Kids Music Lessons Online) Music Industry Executive (Javi Productions, Entertainment Concepts, and Music Production For Events) RESOURCES: 1) YOUTUBE - SUBSCRIBE TO FE…
 
This week we have a brief check in with the three hosts via conference call, where we hear about Dave's interview with Conway and The Alchemist for Billboard about their new EP Lulu, and Demone tells us about being interviewed by NPR for a story related to his day job running a food bank. Next up we have an interview with MC Estee Nack, an incredib…
 
"War" was originally written for The Temptations, but when Motown was too squeamish to have one of their top acts release an overtly anti-Vietnam song, Edwin Starr stepped up and secured his place in history. His no-holds-barred delivery of "War" resulted in one of the most commercially successful protest songs ever recorded. Though Edwin Starr nev…
 
The forty-fifth minute starts with Russell telling secrets to the one guy you don't tell secrets to and ends with Russell holding the microphone, but not singing. We are joined by Arielle Joss. Find Arielle's excellent zine here: Instagram - Penny Lane Zine This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts at www.pantheonpodcasts.com. Listen to all the other …
 
We get a track by track from New England singer/songwriter Mark Erelli on his new album Blindsided on Basic Folk! The record came out last week and is very Tom Petty inspired. Mark talks about how the late legend inspired the sound and even at least one song. We talk about the contributions from the players on the record, like when drummer Jamie Di…
 
This week we give a brief history of grunge music. We cover the bands, the lyrics, the ideology and the fashion. * We offer apologies in advance for the sound quality, we have to put our safety and the safety of others ahead of good audio. Please stay safe and take care of each other. Our social stuff: Patreon.com/rockandrollheaven Twitter: @rockan…
 
Bruce Springsteen was totally spent after finishing a grueling year long 140 date tour for his massively successful double record The River. Needing a rest, he rented a house by a reservoir in Colt’s Neck, New Jersey. His time spent there allowed him a little bit of respite from life on the road and time apart from the fans. He was able to fully ta…
 
We close off Women's History Month with one of the most influential women in all of music. Janis Joplin had a short career, but that doesn't take away from the impact she made. Her rise may have been quick, but it wasn't easy, she had many stumbles along the way. We look to demystify the legend she was touted up as, and show her true nature and jus…
 
It's the Worst, Least-Wonderfulest time of the year. March was always a brutal month, but this one is definitely the Baddest on record - with a global pandemic forcing entire cities on lockdown, hospitals desperate for gowns, masks and ventilators, and scary spiky death graphs getting ever more urgently plotted. This is a Bad Time, #stoppies, but w…
 
Episode 40: Second Wave Heavy Metal: American Division Blue Oyster Cult – “ME 262” Aerosmith – “Lick and a Promise” Kiss – “I Stole Your Love” Van Halen – “On Fire” Ted Nugent – “Name Your Poison” To connect or learn more about Martin head over to: www.martinpopoff.com This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.…
 
In this special episode of Deeper Digs in Rock, Christian rounds up several other Pantheon hosts to discuss the new surprise release of Bob Dylan’s new 17 minute epic song, ‘Murder Most Foul’. Joining the Rock N Roll Archaeologist for this show are: Ray Koob and Markus in the Darkness of ‘Imbalanced History of Rock’’ https://imbalancedhistory.com/ …
 
Music historian John Lynskey is a guest on the Goldmine Podcast to thoroughly describe Gregg and Duane Allman's path to the Allman Brothers Band with the release of four early recordings — The Allman Joys, Hour Glass and the 31st of February. We'll sample some of these early songs (including a breathtaking version of "Melissa") and also discuss the…
 
Host Nate Wilcox welcomes fellow podcasters Gurdip Ladhar and Justin Gausman of TCBCast to discuss Peter Guralnick’s classic “Last Train to Memphis: The Rise of Elvis Presley.” Nate, Gurdip and Justin talk about Sam and Dewey Phillips, Vernon and Gladys, Scotty and Bill and the infamous Col. Tom Parker and the amazing rise of a share-cropper’s son …
 
Stone Temple Pilots saw huge success with their testosterone-filled debut album Core, but struggled to gain any love from the Cobain acolytes who insisted they weren't truly grunge (they were from San Diego after all). After a stint of touring and loads of in-fighting, the band returned to the studio to record their second record. Less than one mon…
 
In the first two months of the podcast, Markus and Ray dug into the roots of Punk Rock with an episode called, Proto Punk: America Shot First. Presented again, for those of you who may have missed it in our pre-Pantheon daze, enjoy the sounds and the stories about the foundations of Punk! This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts…
 
Tired of having your social media filled with the latest COVID-19 stats or fire and brimstone messages from friends who aren't virologists offering their two cents worth? Never fear. This month on LTA, we will digress your mind with stories of murder, depression, and drug addiction. There you go...feel better? For episode 132 of Love That Album, I …
 
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