Muses and Stuff Podcast

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The podcast that celebrates the legendary Muses and Groupies of Rock and Roll

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Ep: 97: Helen & Lee Morgan
Ep: 97: Helen & Lee Morgan
Happy 2019 everyone! We thought we’d start the new year with something a little different. Instead of taking you on a rock n roll journey we are diving into some sweet jazz with the story of Lee and Helen Morgan. Everyone who knew Helen loved her. Her place was a mecca for musicians and artists alike who needed a good meal and some TLC. When Lee, an extremely talented trumpeter who was very much down on his luck arrived on her doorstep Helen knew she had to help him get back on his feet. With her love and devotion Lee did just that. But a fairy tale ending wasn’t in their future. Make sure to check out the essay by Larry Reni Thomas as well as the fantastic documentary I Called Him Morgan for more on their story! 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 96: Interview with Jon Scott
EP 96: Interview with Jon Scott
“We would not be listening to Tom Petty on the radio had it not been for you Jon Scott”                    –  Mark Felsot Sirius/XM Host and ProducerTom Petty Radio Channel 31   It’s our last episode of 2018! And what a way to end they year. In today’s episode, we speak to Jon Scott, author of Tom Petty and Me: My Rock ‘n’ Roll Adventures with Tom Petty. When Chanty received the e-mail about interviewing Jon, she couldn’t believe her good fortune. Being one of the biggest Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers fans out there, this is a dream interview. To speak with someone who played such a vital role in getting the Heartbreaker’s music out the public was special- but Jon Scott- is special. Jon was born in Memphis, Tennessee, and was inspired to become a DJ because of his mothers’ love of music and requesting songs on the radio. From there, he went to work for RCA as a promo man. A promo person really does it all. When he moved to ABC records, he met Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and so began a 40 year long friendship. Jon tells recalls stories that are in the book (make sure you pick up a copy) and also tells the girls things that are not- so this is an episode not to be missed. Jon was so integral to Tom’s career, that Tom did a very rare thing- giving him a shout out at his last concert at the Hollywood Bowl. Jon Scott is the real deal. Enjoy the show! Go to www.tompettyandme.com to pick up a copy of your book today! To start your free wedding website and to get $50 off your registry at Zola, visit ZOLA.com/MUSES 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 95: Poison Ivy and Lux Interior: The Story of The Cramps
Ep 95: Poison Ivy and Lux Interior: The Story of The Cramps
When hearing the story of Lux Interior and Poison Ivy Rorschach one thing is abundantly clear – these two we’re destined to be with one another.  While both were attending Sacramento State in the early 70’s it was a chance encounter off campus that led to their introduction. As Ivy said “I was a teenage hitchhiker and he gave me a ride. He’s been giving me a ride ever since.” Within a fortnight the pair had shacked up and their equal passion for rock n roll became their life. Discovering old 50’s rockabilly sounds that seemed to be long forgotten, the pair knew it was their mission to bring back the gritty side of rock n roll. They packed up, moved to NYC and formed a band, The Cramps. While managers, labels and bandmates would come and go, Lux and Ivy’s passion and determination were relentless. Ivy would act as manager, muse AND lead guitarist for the majority of the bands 30+ year career. They would perform over a thousand live shows, tour around the world and release 8 studio albums, their career only ending due to an unexpected death. For those wanting to learn even more check out the FANTASTIC book Journey to the Center of The Cramps by Dick Porter for more fun stories and facts on not only The Cramps but those who both played with and influenced them. Don’t forget to head over to www.sunbasket.com/muses to check out their amazing meal plans and get $35 off your first order! 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! Photo of Lux & Ivy by Michael Lavine.  
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Started
Sep 21st, 2016
Latest Episode
Jan 10th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
116
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour

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