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On this episode of On In Five News, we talk about some musicians who decided to try and overthrow the government, and what could happen to them. We look at the wonderful world of Tik Tok and how it's changing music, and we see how Nicki Minaj paid off another artist for music that she definitely did NOT steal. 
In this episode of On In Five News, we talk about some musicians who have left us recently, we look at how Beethoven may have altered his composing and playing to better match up with hearing loss, and we look at a weird new trend with companies buying up whole catalogs of artist's music. Plus we get into a discussion about a grievance that Anton has with a show that is over a decade old. 
In the conclusion of our series on big rockers Van Halen, we take a look at how the band dealt with David Lee Roth quitting the band, their time with the Red Rocker Sammy Hagar and how the relationship took a slow turn for the worst, their short stint with Gary Cherone, and everything else that happened leading up to the tragic death of Eddie Van Halen.
On this On In Five News, we take a look at the life of David Lee Roth after his time in Van Halen, before rejoining the group in the late 2000s. We see how a promising start quickly fell apart for the singer, and how no matter what he tried to do, it all failed for him. We look at how the reunion for David and Van Halen was much more inevitable for the singer than he originally implied, and just how much he was willing to try for fame. 
In part two of our series on Van Halen, we take a look at the band after they finally reached fame. We see how David Lee Roth, Eddie and Alex Van Halen, and Michael Anthony handled the success they had worked so hard to achieve, and how the fame isn't always the dream people think it is. We see how they seemed to only do things right for so long, and what caused the rift that cause David Lee Roth to eventually go solo. 
In this special edition episode of On In Five News, we take a look at the world of Eddie Van Halen and his many iconic guitars. We look at how his obsessive tinkering created the most iconic guitar of all time, and how he rode that wave into creating a multimillion dollar brand with his name on it.  You can watch this episode by subscribing to our Patreon!
In part one of our series on the So Cal Party Rockers, we break down the pre history of Van Halen. We look at where they came from and how they resisted getting together at all. We see how their grassroots campaign of playing whenever they could made them celebrities long before they were selling out arenas and trashing hotel rooms, and we look at how they made sure to put themselves in a position to get the record deal they were always hoping for. 
Just a quick update - Our episodes will becoming out on Wednesdays instead of Mondays from now on. Be on the lookout for our new series, starting on Wednesday!
On this episode of On In Five News, we look at the new Secretary of State's dad band; we talk musicians who claim the election is a hoax, and how some fleas are fighting back; and we talk about the grimy world of thievery during Beethoven's days. And we dive into the bone zone to talk about the death of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi and what could, but probably won't happen. Enjoy!  PS - Ethan actually does have no ill feelings towards the Chinese people. 
In the finale of our series on Ludwig van Beethoven, we look at the last few years of his miserable life. We see how he handled his final affairs with family and friends, how Karl was driven to the brink by his uncle, and how death finally caught up with the most important composer in history.  String Quartet No. 13 - Orion String QuartetSting Quartet No. 16 - Borromeo String Quartet
On this episode of On In Five News, we take a look at how Covid continues to trash the world of music, and what the public and private sector is doing to save it, what Keith Richards is up to, and how Taylor Swift is getting her music back. Plus we have our dumbest Bone Zone to date. 
In part four of our series on Beethoven, we see how his continued growth in the world of music was both a blessing and a curse, as it elevated him to statuses he would never achieve otherwise, but also took a major tole on his sanity and well being. We look at his struggle with his family, a special mystery woman, and how he redefined the symphony for the rest of time.  Music Attribution:Fifth Piano Concerto: Ursula Oppens, piano; DuPage Symphony OrchestraPiano Sonata No. 26: Paavali JumppanenSymphony No. 7: John Michael
In this episode of On In Five News, we talk about a DJ vs cop fight, a Rock and Roll scandal, the musical issue with Twitch, and we go over some spooky venues in the spirit of All Hallows Eve.
In part three of our series of composer and musical genius, Ludwig van Beethoven, we look at his life as he continued to develop into a world famous musician. We look at how he coped with his continued hearing loss, how he handled having a real boss, and we find out that Beethoven can't take a joke.  Music Attributions:Symphony No. 5 & Symphony No. 6: Skidmore College Orchestra
On this episode of On In Five News, we take a look back at the life of guitar legend Eddie Van Halen, we look at how Covid has affected everyone, from country singers to concert venues, and how a popular alter ego may be making a return. Plus we get our first multi part Bone Zone. Come check it out!
In part two of our series of the musical genius Beethoven, we look at how he adjusted to his time in Vienna. Despite several setbacks, including countless denials from women, unwanted company, and a physical ailment that would ruin anyone lesser than him, Beethoven quickly rose up the ranks to musical master in the city, and had the people eating out the palm of his hand. 
On this episode of On In Five News, we talk about Mariah Carey's secret alt rock album, how the Stonehenge might have been a God instrument, how British people can't bake cakes, and how humans may soon be taken out of the equation when making music. Listen to all this and Ethan talking about politics, here on On In Five News!
On this episode of On In Five News, we talk about Mariah Carey's secret alt rock album, how the Stonehenge might have been a God instrument, how British people can't bake cakes, and how humans may soon be taken out of the equation when making music. Listen to all this and Ethan talking about politics, here on On In Five News!
Welcome to our show, On In Five News! We take the time to talk about the goings on around the music world and beyond. In this episode we talk about Biggie Small's plastic crown selling for 600k, Madonna's upcoming Biopic, and DJ Khalid's [dumb] new podcast, as well as much more! Come listen to us, fully unedited and unhinged!
In part on of our series on arguably the most influential musician in history, Ludwig van Beethoven, we look at this young genius's less than ideal upbringing, where he had to deal with the loss of four siblings, an absent mother, and a drunk, abusive father. But a series of lucky connections would help young Ludwig rise above the life he was born into into one of the most known people in human history.  Music Atrributions:9 Variations: sungeugene 
In the conclusion of our series on Alt Rock queen Alanis Morissette, we look at her life post Jagged Little Pill. We look at the surprisingly mellow way she handled her success, how she expanded beyond just music, and how she refuses to quit no matter what, even 25 years after her album that made her a superstar. 
In part two of our series on Alanis Morissette, we look at her time after she was essentially dropped from the Canadian world of music, and how she clawed her way back up to not only where she was as Alanis, but far surpassing what she ever expected to become, with the release of her 1995 smash album, Jagged Little Pill. 
In part one of our series on teen pop princess turned Alt Rock Queen, we look at the upbringing of Alanis Morissette and the career she had before the career we all know. We look at how signing a record deal before you can drive may lead to some predatory moves, and how through the moves she made and those around her made for her, she was forced to become the angriest woman in music. 
In the last of our one off episodes, we kill the mood by talking about one of the darkest phenomenons in music and the world of artists in general - The 27 Club. We talk about artists like Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain, Brian Jones, Janis Joplin, and others. While the deaths were from drugs, alcohol, suicide, murder, or rouge Jeeps, all these artists were taking far before their time should have been up.  Please note - while we cover the deaths of some huge artists on this episode, we do not cover much of their lives, and we will still be covering most of these artists in depth later. 
In this episode, we dive into the world of One Hit Wonders, where artists seemed to have one huge hit, and could never recreate that success again, try as they may. We look at artists like Chumbawamba, Vanilla Ice, Soft Cell, Blind Melon, and many more. Do we figure out why these artists seems to be more like a firecracker in a world of Atomic Bombs? No, but it's a fun episode anyway!
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Podcast Details

Created by
Anton Reiter, Austin Thomas, Ethan Bonin
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Jun 21st, 2019
Latest Episode
Jan 13th, 2021
Release Period
2 per month
Episodes
52
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
Yes
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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