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Best National Concert Hall podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best National Concert Hall podcasts we could find
Updated May 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 ...
 
Irish podcast exploring what's happening in the world of arts, culture and entertainment. Listen live every weeknight on RTÉ Radio 1 from 7-8pm. Listen to individual clips at rte.ie/arena. Presented by Sean Rocks.
 
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Multi-talented pop culture icon Margaret Cho and hostess Pleasant Gehman dish the dirt on everything from The Cramps and Lydia Lunch, weird cults, going on tour together and performing in haunted theaters, and…fantasies involving having sex in a time machine. Margaret Cho: https://margaretcho.com https://twitter.com/margaretcho More from Pleasant G…
 
In episode 48 Martin explains how Access was Denied: Canucks in the ‘80s in these five songs: Santers – “Winter Freeze” Coney Hatch – “Don’t Say Make Me” Kick Axe – “Cause for Alarm” Helix – “When the Hammer Falls” Anvil – “Mad Dog” To connect or learn more about Martin head over to: www.martinpopoff.com This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.…
 
In a sense, private press records are the ultimate form of isolation music. They are albums that are created completely on an island. Often, recorded by a single person. Usually, created without any support or belief. Always, made without the assistance of a label to provide funding, resources, marketing, or expertise. Putting out a private press r…
 
By the time 2002 came around, "emo" had gone mainstream. Bands like Jimmy Eat World and Dashboard Confessional had made it to MTV, and paved the way for emo pop's continued success throughout the decade. Having just signed to emo kingmakers Vagrant records, Hot Rod Circuit's 2002 release Sorry About Tomorrow is the perfect representation of what de…
 
In this week's episode, Mark, Barney & Jasper talk extensively about one of the great record labels — a hallowed home to such groundbreaking acts as Jimmy Cliff, Nick Drake, Roxy Music, (Bob Marley and) the Wailers and, yes, U2. Listening to clips from John Tobler's 1989 audio interview with Island founder Chris Blackwell, RBP's power trio reflect …
 
Ed Ward returns to talk with host Nate Wilcox about rock & roll's second miracle year when America responded to the Beatles by blending folk and blues with rock & roll. They discuss how Michael Bloomfield electrified Bob Dylan, the Beach Boys making Pet Sounds, Stax hitting its stride, James Brown getting funky, the Beatles dropping acid and the be…
 
Whatever the 3-day Memorial Day Weekend means to you, it also means down time with friends and family. That includes us. Make yours as close to your tradition as you can this year, but stay safe and enjoy a replay of our first episode about The Magic Of Motown! This show is part of Pantheon PodcastsBy Pantheon Media
 
Episode 3 breaks down samples from the Isley Brothers, a gospel, soul, funk, R&B, and rock group that was active from the late 50's to the early 80's. They've been sampled by Biggie, Ice Cube, Kendrick Lamar, and hundreds more. This week's playlist containing all the songs discussed plus more is available on both Apple Music and Spotify under 'Samp…
 
Derek Jones of Megatrax gives us the inside scoop on music libraries/catalogues, TV and film music, and how to generate your own work and demand! Derek is a well-rounded Career Musician with a versatile set of skills that are incredibly important to getting his job done on a daily basis as studio head for Megatrax Production Music Library Mogul. We…
 
This week the guys interview author Nate Patrin whose new book Bring That Beat Back is an in-depth look at the history of sampling in hip-hop music and includes examinations of Grandmaster Flash, Dr. Dre, Prince Paul and Madlib. Next up we discuss whether a few southern MCs are over or under rated: Devin the Dude, Trick Daddy and Ludacris, who is b…
 
The fiftieth minute starts with William telling his mom names of cities and ends with Beth from Denver yelling "Your aura is purple!" We are joined by co-host Chandra and guest Jess. Find Chandra here: Website - Amateur Nerds This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts at www.pantheonpodcasts.com. Listen to all the other great Rock and Roll podcasts the…
 
The Paisley Underground might be the first mix-tape scene. Not really a genre at all, but a collective of people who had similar interests and influences who all happened to be in bands. The music was defined more by what it wasn’t...not punk, not singer-songwriter, not hard rock, not New Romantic. It was entirely synthesized by openly combining pa…
 
You may only remember Fiona Apple from her risque music video for Criminal back in the late 90's, but she is so much more. An artist who has taken her pain and displayed it for all the world to see and relate to. She learned early on that if you can't please everyone, then at least please yourself. But that doesn't mean she hasn't spent a great dea…
 
When we think of music coming out of England in the 1960s, it's often in relation to the Mersey Beat, psychedelia, prog rock, or The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band. England was also going through a folk music revival in a different way to the American one in the early sixties thanks to a number of artists who saw fit to combine the traditional songs of gen…
 
Episode 47 has the story of Bands of Individuals in these five songs: The Who – “The Punk and the Godfather” Yes – “Parallels” Stranglers – “Nice ‘n’ Sleazy” King Crimson – “The Howler” Iron Maiden – “The Ghost of the Navigator” To connect or learn more about Martin head over to: www.martinpopoff.com This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.…
 
This is a fun episode of the Goldmine Podcast — What are the Top 5 songs that rock? This episode goes over the Top 5 songs mentioned in Dave Thompson's 1000 Songs that Rock Your World: From Rock Classics to One-Hit Wonders, the Music That Lights Your Fire. Did The Beatles, Stones or The Who get in the Top 5, or will there be songs by artists you wo…
 
In this week's episode, we welcome special guest James Fox, author of 1982's bestselling White Mischief and the man who, ten years ago, made Keith Richards' Life one of rock's outstanding autobiographies. James talks us through his long and distinguished career as a journalist in Africa, and as a features writer during the golden era of The Sunday …
 
Let's buckle in for a cosmic joy ride in this celebration of The Moody Blues! There's so much more to their story, but this band built a psychedelically-charged form of Progressive Rock, and inspired others to explore their own muse. They also inspired their famous fans, self-named as The Moodies! Let's explore the story, but more importantly, the …
 
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