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The sweetest chit-chat with Fred Penner
Fred Penner is a 3-time Juno Award winning singer-songwriter who  just released his 13th Album which is called Hear the Music. Hear The Music features incredible Canadian talent including Ron Sexsmith, Alex Cuba, Basia Bulat, The Good Lovelies, Terra Lightfoot, Afie Jurvanen (a.k.a Bahamas) plus backup vocals from his family. For our American and overseas listeners, it’s important to know that people our age grew up watching Fred on television, as he had a television show called “Fred Penner’s Place”. It was on air for 12 glorious seasons. We grew up with him, sang with him laughed with the puppets, felt comforted by his wisdom and safe in his space. We are Fred Heads, and you’ll learn what that means in this upcoming interview. It was really our first time interviewing someone who was larger than life for us, but Fred put us at ease immediately. Ron Sexsmith describes Fred as having a “shaman like” quality about him and we agree. He is beautiful not only on the inside, but also on the outside. Fred is the real deal, he has been at this for 45 years and is an inspiration not only with his positive message, but his outlook on life- which we get into in our short and sweet chat. Fred is also an Ambassador for World Vision. Seeing as we are so very interested in musicians using their power for good, we certainly hope to continue to travel on this journey with Mr. Penner by our side, in our hearts and in our ears. We certainly recommend that you check out his new album Hear the Music, available everywhere music is sold. Tap into your inner child and reconnect to what’s important. Enjoy the show. You can find our darling Fred at www.fredpenner.com on Twitter @PennerFred and Instagram @fpenner5 Find your dolls at www.musesandstuff.ptbopodcasters.ca on Facebook and Instagram @musesandstuffpodcast Twitter @ChantyandLynx
EP 37: Jo Wood (It’s Only Rock and Roll- 30 Years Married to a Rolling Stone)
This week episode is all about the magnificent Jo Wood! When Jo met Rolling Stone guitarist Ronnie Wood at a party in 1977 she thought he was ridiculous and snubbed him. For Ronnie however it “was love at first sight, the absolute”. He set out to find her, redeemed himself after their hilarious first encounter (You gotta listen to find out why!) and in no time at all the pair were absolutely smitten. It wasn’t long after that Ronnie and Jo began their life together in sunny LA. The Stones were about to tour their latest album “Some Girls” and Jo, pregnant with their first child tagged along, the first of many tours to come. “I positioned myself half hidden behind an amp and the adrenalin rush was better than the hit of any drug”. The pair would have 2 children, as well as each having a son from their previous spouses. On their 7 year anniversary Ronnie would pop the question and he and Jo were married in 1985. Throughout the 80’s and 90’s Jo took on the role of Ronnie’s tour PA, making her the only Stones wife officially on the payroll. In the early 90’s Jo would be diagnosed with a perforated appendix. Her battle through this painful period led her to what has become her life’s passion, organic & sustainable living. Jo changed her entire lifestyle, began growing her own organic food and creating wonderful beauty products for herself and friends until one day turning it into a business. While Jo and Ronnie were passionately in love, Ronnie’s substance abuse and alcoholism would end up ruling their relationship. In 2008 sixty-one year old Ronnie met nineteen year old Katia Ivanova and began an affair. This was a devastating time for Jo, but she turned her pain into progress and began learning how to be on her own. “Now when I look back, the divorce is the best thing that ever happened to me. It made me the woman I am today. Im closer to my kids and I know I’m a better person. I’ve grown up, I’ve become independent, I can look after myself now.” As for her and Ronnie, the pair remain close and spend plenty of time together with their kids and 10 grandchildren! In 2013 Jo published her fabulous memoirs, “It’s Only Rock n Roll: Thirty Years Married to a Rolling Stone”. The book is filled with fun, often crazy and always fascinating stories from her wild life as well as magnificent descriptions of tour life, something she obviously loved dearly. You can check out Jo’s website at www.jowoodorganics.com and on twitter @jowoodofficial You can check us out on twitter as well @chantyandlynx, on Instagram @musesandstuffpodcast and Facebook.
EP 86: Molly Johnson & The Kensington Market Jazz Festival
Attention all music lovers! Canadian Jazz Legend Molly Johnson has been hard at work with her incredible team to make this years Kensington Jazz Festival the best one yet. Going into their third year this extra special music festival keeps growing stronger with a whopping 300+ musicians bringing their talents to one of Toronto’s greatest neighbourhoods. Three days, one hundred and Fifty performances, this festival is born from music lovers FOR music lovers. You won’t find any advanced tickets here, Molly wants you to come down, roam around, find what speaks to your soul and enjoy live music the way it’s meant to be, as a shared experience. We had the great pleasure of talking with Molly not only about the festival but Molly’s latest album Meaning to Tell Ya, her thoughts and observations on how the music industry have shifted over the past few decades and the importance of valuing ourselves as girls and women, as we are and as we age. It was such a pleasure to talk with Molly and we cannot wait to continue the conversation in the future!  The Kensington Jazz Festival will run the weekend of September 14th-16th. You can check out the Kensington Jazz Festival website for details on the artists and set times, they even have an easy mobile phone schedule you can download! You can also stay updated with news by following the festival on Twitter and Instagram. And remember, it’s not too late to VOLUNTEER!!! We hope to see you there! Do yourself a favour and also check out Molly Johnson’s latest album Meaning to Tell Ya, it’s been my summer soundtrack!
Pattie Boyd and Simeon Hammond-Dallas (Episode 1)
Chanty invites her beautiful and talented friend, Simeon “the Siren” Hammond- Dallas onto the podcast to talk about the infamous love triangle between Pattie Boyd, George Harrison and Eric Clapton. Chanty and Simeon met in Nepal, and have since been to London England, Toronto, Peterborough and Halifax together. They talk about climbing a mountain totally unprepared, the horrific way in which Eric proposed to Pattie, Harry Nilsson, and that (unfinished!) song Simeon wrote about Chanty. https://musesandstuff.ptbopodcasters.ca/wp-content/uploads/sites/4/2016/09/Simeon-Turtle-Edit.mp3
Bebe Buell and Nick Ferrio (Episode 2)
This week Chanty chats with Nick Ferrio, recording artist, songwriter and all around great guy from Peterborough, Ontario. Recording from the Bareknuckle Records recording studio, Chanty and Nick discuss Bebe Buell, the rebel model! She was girlfriend and muse to Todd Rundgren, Steven Tyler and Elvis Costello and has one of the best rock n roll memoirs of all time (in Chanty’s expert opinion). Chanty and Nick talk about the time Bebe brought a raccoon to Jimmy Page’s hotel suite, the infamous G-word, and what it’s like to be an artist on tour. https://musesandstuff.ptbopodcasters.ca/wp-content/uploads/sites/4/2016/09/Nick-Ferrio-Edit.mp3   Find Nick online: http://www.nickferrio.com/ Instagram: @nickferrio Twitter: @ferrioinsterio Find Bebe online: bebebuell.org Instagram: @realbebebuell
Ep 104: Interview with Devyn Crimson
This week the Muses chat with Modern Muse and influencer Devyn Crimson! Devyn is a model, actress, fashion muse, writer, and dancer based out of Chicago. She also works as the social media manager for the legendary rock n roll groupie, Miss Pamela Des Barres’, fashion brand, GroupieU. We discuss Devyn’s love of fashion and music, her amazing youtube channel where she does fantastic tutorials and recreations of favourite 60’s and 70’s muses, life with her musician boyfriend, her new Etsy shop The Modern Muses and what the future holds! Make sure you follow Devyn on instagram @devyncrimson, check out her site crimsonandcloverblog.com and check out her youtube channel here. Today’s song is called BABY by Ably House. Yes, it’s Devyn’s boyfriend’s band. Swoon! Go to FORHERS.COM/MUSES to get your first month of birth control for $5 while supplies last. Restrictions Apply. To get 15% off your purchase of $100 or more, go to MODCLOTH.COM and enter code MUSES at checkout. This offer is valid for one time use only and expires on July 6th 2019.  You can find us on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook. Don’t forget to Rate, Review & Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes! Check out our Network ROCK AND ROLL ARCHAEOLOGY for more amazing podcasts!
EP 83: The Life and Times of Notorious Groupie Alycen Rowse
This story is about Alycen Rowse, a small town girl with big aspirations and one of the “few lifers in a debauchoursly elite field of backstage rock and roll soul.” Join us as we go on a hilarious journey through the 80s, 90s and 2000s when Alycen was the Queen of the Groupie Scene. Alycen grew up in Southern Missouri, but moving to Salt Lake City at the age of 15 changed everything. With a couple of her girlfriends in tow, they became the Salt Lake City Welcoming Committee, making sure that every band that came to town left happy and eager to return. In her book, We’ve Got Tonight: The Life and Times of Notorious Groupie Alycen Rowse, you’ll learn about the never changing schedule of rock n roll. How did she get backstage for three decades? How did she come to bed and befriend members of KISS, Aerosmith, Pantera, Metallica, Led Zeppelin, Foreigner, Pearl Jam, Def Leppard, Bon Jovi and Mötley Crüe? Alycen teaches you all the tricks and tips to land your rock star, and leave a lasting impression. You’ll also learn some new Groupie lingo such as who the Front Row Joes and Backstage Betties were and how she literally re-wrote the backstage rules. You’ll also learn how to do a Groupie Drive By. This episode is FUN and the music is AWESOME so buckle in and let’s head back to the 80s and start Runnin’ With the Devil! You can find us on Twitter @chantyandlynx & on Instagram & Facebook @musesandstuffpodcast. Don’t forget to Rate, Review & Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes! Check out our Network ROCK AND ROLL ARCHAEOLOGY at www.rocknrollarchaeology.com
Cherry Vanilla and David Bowie (Episode 10)
In this épisode of Muses and Stuff, Chanty has a sleepy late-night chit chat with her very good, very dear friend Sam Murdock. Sam is rock ‘n’ roll personified, touring with his bands Lesbo Vrouven[...] The post Cherry Vanilla and David Bowie (Episode 10) appeared first on Muses and Stuff Podcast.
Pamela Des Barres- Queen of the Groupies! (Episode 6)
In this episode of Muses and Stuff, Chanty finally gets to dedicate an entire episode to the most legendary of the music muses, Pamela Des Barres! Pamela Des Barres is the author of I’m with the[...] The post Pamela Des Barres- Queen of the Groupies! (Episode 6) appeared first on Muses and Stuff Podcast.
Ep. 02: Bebe Buell and Nick Ferrio
Welcome to Episode 2! This is a fun one! Chanty chats with Nick Ferrio: Recording artist, songwriter and ultimate sweetie hunk about Bebe Buell: Rebel Model, Rock and Roll singer and all around bad ass[...]The post Episode 2: Bebe Buell and Nick Ferrio appeared first on Muses and Stuff Podcast.
Ep. 01: Pattie Boyd and Simeon Hammond-Dallas
Happy Wednesday babes! In the first episode of Muses and Stuff, Chanty talks to Simeon “the Siren” about the musical muse to George Harrison and Eric Clapton; the one and only Pattie Boyd. The post Episode 1: Pattie Boyd and Simeon Hammond- Dallas appeared first on Muses and Stuff Podcast.
Cynthia Plaster Caster (Episode 14)
This episode is brought to you from Montreal, Quebec! My guest this week is an artist, musician and board member for Rock Camp for Girls Montreal and a dear, dear friend. Brought to you from Tricia’s[...] The post Cynthia Plaster Caster (Episode 14) appeared first on Muses and Stuff Podcast.
Canadian Music Week Recap: Nights 1 and 2
Night 1: Night one of CMW was a blast, MunziO and Zoobombs put on a great show at the Silver Dollar but it’s the women we encountered that gave us the biggest thrill. We met[...] The post Canadian Music Week Recap: Nights 1 and 2 appeared first on Muses and Stuff Podcast.
EP 28: Pamela and Michael Des Barres- Rock and Roll Marriage and Enduring Friendships
This week is dedicated to our Fairy Godmother, the one who started it all, Pamela Des Barres. Lynx and Chanty are tickled to have an entire episode dedicated to the Queen of the Groupies, the[...] The post EP 28: Pamela and Michael Des Barres- Rock and Roll Marriage and Enduring Friendships appeared first on Muses and Stuff Podcast.
EP 27: Miki the Rock and Roll Psychic
Lynx and Chanty have the pleasure of sitting down with Miki, a clairvoyant Medium who has been working as a Psychic since the age of 12. She is a highly sought after professional whose client[...] The post EP 27: Miki the Rock and Roll Psychic appeared first on Muses and Stuff Podcast.
EP 26: The Girl in the Song
This week Chanty and Lynx balance out last week’s episode with The Girl in the Song! How did we pick just 10? We explain that, so give it a listen! The muses this week include[...] The post EP 26: The Girl in the Song appeared first on Muses and Stuff Podcast.
EP 24: Cyrinda Foxe
This week Chanty and Lynx discuss the stunningly beautiful Cyrinda Foxe. Raised in a strict, often abusive household, Cyrinda found solace in rock n roll music and magazines. It was there she discovered women like[...] The post EP 24: Cyrinda Foxe appeared first on Muses and Stuff Podcast.
Teaser: Agnes DeMarco
It’s family day and we can’t think of a better way to celebrate than speaking with the ULTIMATE Rock and Roll mama: Agnes Demarco! Here’s a teaser- look for full episode coming soon!   The post Teaser: Agnes DeMarco appeared first on Muses and Stuff Podcast.
Episoe 20: Gail Zappa!
This week’s Groupie/Muse is Gail Zappa! She is the quintessential rock and roll wife. She was married to Frank Zappa with whom she had 4 children. Listen to hear the story of how it was[...] The post Episoe 20: Gail Zappa! appeared first on Muses and Stuff Podcast.
Roxana Shirazi (Episode 19)
Roxana Shirazi is the author of “The Last Living Slut, Born in Iran: Bred Backstage”. She holds a Masters Degree in English and speaks at International Women’s Conferences on the Subject of Gender and Identity.[...] The post Roxana Shirazi (Episode 19) appeared first on Muses and Stuff Podcast.
EP 37: Jo Wood
This week episode is all about the magnificent Jo Wood! When Jo met Rolling Stone guitarist Ronnie Wood at a party in 1977 she thought he was ridiculous and snubbed him. For Ronnie however it[...] The post EP 37: Jo Wood appeared first on Muses and Stuff Podcast.
Chanty’s interview with The Dirty Nil
The Dirty Nil is the kind of band that makes you remember why being a Groupie is the best thing in the world. In a time where there is seemingly barbed wire on backstage doors[...] The post Chanty’s interview with The Dirty Nil appeared first on Muses and Stuff Podcast.
EP 33: The Actress in the Song
This week Chanty and Lynx throw together a fun list of actresses who have been muse to not only their directors, but to some famous musicians as well. Before getting into the muses, Chanty and[...] The post EP 33: The Actress in the Song appeared first on Muses and Stuff Podcast.
EP 36: Deborah Curtis (Love Will Tear Us Apart)
“This book also tells us something that is ever present but rarely discussed. The role of women in the male often macho world of rock. Deborah Curtis is the woman who supported her husband but[...] The post EP 36: Deborah Curtis (Love Will Tear Us Apart) appeared first on Muses and Stuff Podcast.
The Flatliners Interview
Last night Chanty and Lynx had the pleasure of speaking with Chris and Paul from The Flatliners before their sold out show at the Opera House in Toronto. These guys are celebrating the 10th anniversary[...] The post The Flatliners Interview appeared first on Muses and Stuff Podcast.
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Sep 21st, 2016
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Nov 14th, 2019
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