“The Real Me,” a new production from Pantheon Podcasts premiering Tuesday, Oct. 5, follows the emotionally powerful stories of young songwriters and performers with cancer who found hope, healing and connection through music.
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BADLANDS is a brand new podcast from Jake Brennan, creator and host of the award-winning music and true crime podcast, DISGRACELAND. BADLANDS is a new anthology that blends hardcore history and true crime, with transgressive stories from the wo
Emitt Rhodes, a brilliant artist with seemingly unlimited potential, was chewed up and spit out by the record industry. He died last weekend, but not before he was able to make a comeback in 2016 with his first album in more than 40 years. This
BJ is joined once again by Lee McCormack from the Tramps Like Us podcast for a discussion about the history of Creedence Clearwater Revival and John Fogerty and then each counts down his top ten favorite Creedence/Fogerty songs.
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The Golden Raspberry Awards (also known as the Razzies) is a parody award show honoring the "worst of cinematic under-achievements." On this episode BJ plays the winners for Worst Original Song for each year of the eighties, and also one of the
For this episode BJ is joined by Ryan McKay, the guitar player for the Louis Prima Jr. and the Witnesses and Kings of Dust, for a discussion about the history of the electric guitar and different styles and techniques.
Over the course of just one year, 1974, british blues rock band Fleetwood Mac would go from a career low point, the bottom of the barrel, to suddenly, by years end, transformed, reinvented, and ready to become one of the most successful, top se
Golden Earring is the world's longest surviving rock band, having formed a year before The Rolling Stones, and the current line-up of Barry Hay, George Kooymans, Rinus Gerritsen and Cesar Zuiderwijk has been intact since 1970. That's the same l
BJ plays a selection of junk shop glam singles, both sides.
And then at the end of the episode you will find the third installment of Dad Rock wherein BJ forces his daughter to listen to a Rolling Stones album with too much slide guitar.
BJ is joined by Bakko and Loose Cannon from Cobras & Fire for a discussion about Stone Temple Pilots and the evolution of Scott Weiland from a grunge mimic to a glam junkie, then each contributes five song choices to the ultimate Weiland playli
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