On this episode of Growin' Up Rock, we talk with Podchaser co-founder Cole Raven. Podcasts are booming. There's a podcast for everything, and Podchaser’s database and discovery engine has quickly become a go-to resource for podcast devotees. Officially beta-launched in July 2017, Podchaser is often called the IMDB or Rotten Tomatoes of podcasting, allowing listeners to rate and review shows, as well as individual episodes. In addition to Podchaser’s awesome review and rating system that is SUPER easy to use, they also allow you the listener to put together your own favorite playlist of shows and share easily throughout all your social media accounts. (Find our favorite Episode Playlist Here). With a library of over 18 million podcast episodes, they are the one-stop-shop for all things related to discovering awesome new podcasts to listen to and share with whomever you want. Growin' Up Rock caught up with co-founder Cole Raven to get the inside scoop on how Podchaser developed, what they have to offer, and what they're trying to achieve as a company. We also get to know him and find out more about Cole and the massive amount of podcasts he listens to as he’s running obstacle courses or training for the next season of Survivor (OK We completely made that part up about Survivor, but I think he might be good on it.). We vow to help Cole with his playlist by adding a healthy dose of Rock n Roll to improve his time out on the running course. Hear from Cole what he thinks makes a great podcast. In addition to all of this, Sonny and Steven decide to go Punk, so tune in to find out what we mean. Help us fund the Rock N Pod Expo 2 this year in Nashville. August 25th - Hopefully you can come but if not, please consider being a VIP and making a donation to make this happen. Use the link below. Rock N Pod 2 Go Fund Me Special THANK YOU to Restrayned for the Killer Show Intro and transition music!! Restrayned Website Everyone’s got a Rock N Roll story to tell, so tell us yours @ growinuprock.com Like us and leave us a review on our FaceBook page - @ growinuprock Follow us on Twitter @growinuprock Subscribe to our Podcast at the platform of your choice and leave us a review You can help out the Podcast by doing all of your shopping at Amazon using our link below. Click on the Amazon banner below and it takes you to the Amazon site where you shop as normal. It cost you exactly the same, but the podcast gets a very small fee as a partner which help us pay to get our shows out each and every week. Support Music / Artist / and Your Favorite Podcast Growin’ Up Rock Amazon Store Masked Intruder
We're celebrating our Fabulous First. Happy Anniversary Growin' Up Rock Listeners!! Remember the first time you heard one of your all-time favorite bands? How about the first time you saw them in concert? Growin' Up Rock is turning one, so we have an epic first year celebration in store for you all. Sonny and I reflect back on our first year of episodes, while discussing our fabulous first associated with some of our favorite bands we grew up loving in high school. Sonny and I have a ton of bands that meant so much to us growing up around rock n roll, while going to high school. There were far more bands than there was enough time in this episode to discuss all of them, but we touch on 5 of them that were certainly right there in the mix. I wasted more time sitting in class and drawing these bands logos on all my folders instead of actually studying and I don't regret a single minute. Maybe the first time you heard your favorite bands, was not actually the first album from that artist, but more the middle of the catalog based on your age. If that's the case for you, what was that bands sound like on that first release? Have they changed? Did they grow into more of a band you love, or change so much they became something less listenable for you? In a less likely case, you may actually love everything that artist ever released. Sonny and I talk about this and so much more and we are proud as hell to take all the Growin' Up Rock listeners with us for this fabulous first Anniversary, Birthday, whatever the hell you want to call it episode. TURN IT UP!! Everyone’s got a Rock N Roll story to tell, so tell us yours @ growinuprock.com Like us and leave us a review on our FaceBook page - @growinuprock Follow us on Twitter @growinuprock Subscribe to our Podcast at the platform of your choice and leave us a review Support Music / Artist / and Your Favorite Podcast You can help out the Podcast by doing all of your shopping at Amazon using our link below. Click on the Amazon banner below and it takes you to the Amazon site where you shop as normal. It cost you exactly the same, but the podcast gets a very small fee as a partner which help us pay to get our shows out each and every week. Growin’ Up Rock Amazon Store A Special THANK YOU to Restrayned for the Killer Show Intro and transition music!! Restrayned Website KISS Van Halen Rush Ratt Iron Maiden Def Leppard House Of Lords Bass Drum Of Death Judas Priest Night Ranger Whitesnake Metallica Stryper Help us fund the Rock N Pod Expo 2 this year in Nashville. August 25th - Hopefully you can come but if not, please consider being a VIP and making a donation to make this happen. Use the link below. Rock N Pod 2 Go Fund Me
On the first of December 1948, a body of a man was located along the seawall of Somerton Beach, just near Adelaide in South Australia. At first, the police thought it was going to be a straightforward matter, but as the weeks and months went on, it became apparent that this case was anything but straightforward… To this day we don’t know who he is, we don’t know where he came from and we don’t know how he died. For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-02-the-somerton-man
After the long serie of Nephilim episodes, I needed, and maybe so did you, a little light episode. Let's say a couple random encounters and a couple songs. While recently in Florence for a weekend, I decided that I should check the local tabletop RPG store. After googling the area, I happened upon a very … Continue reading Tu Vuo Fa Il Ruolista (at Stratagemma, Florence)
The day has come for Miss Amber to leave Sensible People for maternity leave. While the 8 month pregnant co-host certainly gets teased for one last time, Raw Dog is reminded of a certain punishment he has to face from an earlier episode. Plus, we get to hear his recent bachelor party stories as he … Continue reading "20 | Mango Lassi"
Hometown dates are upon us and The Broads have a lot to say (per usual)! They chat about the MOST precious step-father, alien etiquette classes, Orange County, potential Bachelor tattoos, future Bachelorette, and much more! ***OPENFIT: text “CHATTY” to 303030 to get a 30-day free trial membership*** HONEYBOOK: use the promo code “CHATTY” for 50% off your first year*** FAB FIT FUN: use code "CHATTY" to get $10 off your first box at fabfitfun.com#fabfitfunpartner
In the Coral Sea, off the coast of Northern Queensland, lies the Great Barrier Reef. Seen clearly from space, It is the largest living structure on earth. It is a World Heritage Site and known as one of the seven natural wonders of the world. Tourists are drawn to the warm, crystal clear waters and bright tropical marine life. A scuba diver’s paradise. Researched and written by Anna Priestland For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-51-tina-watson
A website for people who are way too high. Plus, could LSD unlock our better selves? Does PJ even have a better self? We investigate.You can find Tripsit here: http://tripsit.me.The floating orb lives here: http://madebyevan.com/webgl-water/.
EAR/ONS BONUS EPISODE #2 Interview with Paul Holes Contra Costa County DA Cold Case Investigator Paul Holes spoke with us for the series. You heard him discussing the “Homework Papers" found in Danville as well as his role in finding the DNA match between the East Area Rapist and the Original Night Stalker. We spoke to Paul about his theories and some key questions from our research.
[Part 3 of 3] “Well I think the time had come, you might say the time had come a few murders ago, but it’s certainly come for a rethink about the whole investigation." Research for this episode by Victoria Dieffenbacher. Co-written by Victoria Dieffenbacher and the Anonymous Host. For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/yorkshire-ripper-part-3
Topping everyone’s list as the top travel destination of 2018, New Orleans is the perfect place to ring in the new year. In this episode, Angelina takes her boyfriend Michael to The Big Easy to celebrate New Years Eve and learns a thing or two about what makes for a great travel partner. Along the way they have a sentimental moment in an iHop and relive their first date somewhere special.Share Unmapped with your friends! Just click the link, it’s super easy.Share on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on PinterestOr share this link: www.unmapped.showLeave us a review on Apple Podcasts and Podchaser.-----Visit audibletrial.com/unmapped for your FREE audiobook from Audible.-----New episodes of Unmapped come out every other Wednesday. Subscribe to automatically receive every new episode as soon as it’s published.To learn how to subscribe, visit unmapped.show/subscribe. Send us your travel stories by email or voice memo to email@example.com.If you’d like to sponsor Unmapped, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
He has JUMPED the fence and the Broads have opinions that may surprise you! They chat future live shows, human meat suits, awkward breakfasts, Daddy visits, and more! *** FAB FIT FUN: use code "CHATTY" to get $10 off your first box at fabfitfun.com#fabfitfunpartner*** THIRD LOVE: go to thirdlove.com/chatty for 15% off your first purchase *** SCENTBIRD: go to scentbird.com/CHATTY and use the code “CHATTY” for 50% off your first month
On the 17th of May 2008, two motorway patrol officers attended to a call that a pedestrian had been hit by a vehicle on the M6 motorway, near the city Stoke-on-Trent, in England. Expecting the worst, the two officers were surprised when they arrived to see two pedestrians standing calmly and uninjured on the shoulder of the motorway. It didn’t look like much was going on at all… For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-17-the-eriksson-twins
The crime scene was described as looking more like the set of a horror movie, than real life. It is one of the most horrific crimes ever committed. Not only did it shock the small town of Aberdeen in country NSW, where the crime occurred, it shocked the entire nation of Australia and parts of the world. What could possibly drive somebody to do this? A psychiatric illness? Or premeditated, pre-planned, pure evil? For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-12-katherine-knight
This week on Booze Before Noon - The Black Sheep Podcast - Brendan and Mike pair UV Sriracha Vodka agains Malort in the Malort Minute, Quinn tells a story of being trapped in an elevator with a mocked up erection. Then Brendan and Mike wax poetically on BattleBots, whether Jamie and Adam f***ed their inventions, and play a rousing game of Animal Fights. Finally, Emily -- a staff writer at The Black Sheep UIUC and authentic sorority gal -- comes on to quiz the three hosts on all thing sorority and whatever the youth is talking about these days. Thanks for listening, and rate us 5 stars on iTunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-black-sheep/id1179430318?mt=2
Some objects shouldn’t listen to Rihanna songs, and shine brighter than those who would object. But you can rest as Simon will crack this one with the help of Gee and DK. (story at about 19:20) Thanks to all the listeners who give “value for value” by becoming patrons on Patreon @ http://www.sleepwithmepodcast.com/patron
Van Nuys is a neighbourhood in the central San Fernando Valley region of the city of Los Angeles, California. And it was there that newlyweds Sherri Rasmussen and John Ruetten lived in a condo together, on Balboa Boulevard. Sherri Rasmussen was born on the 7th of February 1957. Her parents were Nels and Loretta Rasmussen. The middle daughter of three, Sherri was known as a gentle, kind and caring woman. Strikingly beautiful. Her compassion for others drove her to study nursing at the age of 16. By the age of 29, she was the director of critical care at Glendale Adventist Hospital. Sherri was well respected and known for her caring approach to her job… Assisted in research and co-written by Anna Priestland For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-42-sherri-rasmussen
The desert roads of the Northern Territory are as long as they are desolate. If you stand still, your own heartbeat is the loudest sound you’ll hear. The thrill of the open road and the sheer expanse of the hot desert is an exciting drawcard for many, but for those used to big cities, busy beaches or in this case, the relentless rain and dark clouded skies of England, driving from Adelaide to Darwin was the thrill of a lifetime, and unlike anything they had experienced before. But it would soon turn into a nightmare… Episode researched and co-written by Anna Priestland For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-44-peter-falconio