On the September 12 edition of the Music History Today podcast, the Monkees debut as does Ed Sheeran & Justin Timberlake, Johnny Cash passes away, & some MTV awards are given out. Also, it's Barry White's & Neil Peart's birthdays. ALL MY LINKS - https://allmylinks.com/musichistorytoday
This episode, we discuss the music of the 1980's! We talk about the popular and emerging rock/metal genres on the 1980's, as well as the popular bands/artists of the 80's per genre.And... Happy Birthday, Frank! Cheers!See Chapter Markers for genres!Spotify playlist for Episode 44: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4jwvztV0oCjEI6f7MHAmpX?si=8aeff2c7c16c452f
On this somber September 11 edition of the Music History Today podcast, music plays its part in that terrible day's events in 2001, Stravinsky premieres an opera, & the Father of the Blues releases a classic song. Plus, a lot of famous people share this birthday, including Harry Connick, Jr, Taraji Henson, Moby, & Ludacris. ALL MY LINKS - https://allmylinks.com/musichistorytoday
We had the pleasure of interviewing Andy Grammer over Zoom video! Andy just released a new single, “Damn It Feels Good To Be Me”, which will be featured on his new album coming out in early 2022. Of the track, Andy said, “I'm just at a point in life where I don't care what I'm not and I'm happy being me. I want this song to be for those who have come to that point in their life where they're just FINALLY enjoying the freedom of self-acceptance.“ A bit about Andy: he's not your typical optimist. Andy's ability to always look for the good stems from the pain of losing his mother at the age of 25. It broke him into a million pieces but gave him empathy that he wouldn't have had otherwise. He channels optimism in his music and spreads good energy to everyone around him. While on tour (before the pandemic), he had open discussions with his fans during meet-and-greets and on stage where they shared experiences that hurt them the most, how they grew from them and what they learned from them. It led to incredibly powerful moments, some of which he documented in his “Wish You Pain” video.We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #AndyGrammer #zoomListen & Subscribe to BiBFollow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter!
On this week's Tune-Up, Benny and Deny are all over the start of the NFL season and the Playoff Push in Major League Baseball. The guys discuss the 20th anniversary of 9/11 and celebrate ABBA getting back together after 40 years. All that plus This Day in Music History on the 101st edition of the Tune-Up.
On the September 10 edition of the Music History Today podcast, Nirvana smells like teen spirit, the Fresh Prince debuts, & Michael Jackson performs in Manhattan less than 12 hours before the events of 9/11. Plus, it's Joe Perry's birthday. ALL MY LINKS - https://allmylinks.com/musichistorytoday
Oh goodness. This hymn has a great backstory. The essay that inspired it totally blew my mind. I've been meditating on it for days and days and days! Enjoy Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus, and don't forget that when we focus on Him, everything else just doesn't matter as much. Support the show (http://paypal.me/HymnTalkPod)
On the September 9 edition of the Music History Today podcast, Elvis gets on Ed Sullivan, Nirvana takes one for the team, & Apple pisses off its customers by giving away a free album. Plus, its Otis Redding's birthday. ALL MY LINKS - https://allmylinks.com/musichistorytoday
Episode 54 brings you the latest music news (which this week only features 1 story of someone being a beast!), recommendations, plus our events of the week. This week in music history look at a study which shockingly suggests rock stars die younger and then we visit the time our old nemesis Rod Stewart kept a $2 million dollar advance after pulling our of a gig. Like it & share it
On the September 8 edition of the Music History Today podcast, Michael kisses Lisa Marie, Chuck Berry duck walks, & Tom Waits drops Bone Machine. Plus, it's Alecia Beth Moore's birthday. You can call her Pink. ALL MY LINKS - https://allmylinks.com/musichistorytoday
On the September 7 edition of the Music History Today podcast, Tupac is shot, it's a big MTV Video Music Awards ceremony day, & 2 things related to September 11 take place...sort of. Plus, it's Buddy Holly's & Easy-E's birthdays. ALL MY LINKS - https://allmylinks.com/musichistorytoday
This week we sit down with one of our favourite new artists out there - Ohio's very own, Kipp Stone is in the house to speak on a stone-cold 90s hip hop classic…Mos Def's 1999 record, ‘Black on Both Sides'
On the September 6 edition of the Music History Today podcast, Princess Diana is laid to rest & inspires the biggest selling single ever, Pavarotti passes away, & rockers get into a fight at the MTV Video Music Awards. Shocking. Plus, it's Roger Waters' & Foxy Brown's birthdays. ALL MY LINKS - https://allmylinks.com/musichistorytoday
We had the pleasure of interviewing Alexander Nate over Zoom video!Virginia-based singer, songwriter and music video director, Alexander Nate, is turning the pages of his own story into a cinematic visual, with the release of “Save This Dance For Me.” When it comes to Alexander's music, he's always digging deeper, focusing on writing in an autobiographical style about personal, but relatable, moments in life. Alexander's main focus has always been to create a catalogue of in-depth music, as a visual and emotional experience, that introduces fans to a world they can immerse themselves in.Coming fresh off the release of “bluejay,” which began telling the story of his current relationship and how they found each other, we're now moving on to the next chapter with “Save This Dance For Me.” An inspiring, romantic number about nostalgia and love, Alexander states; “It's about the time I met her, asking her to save this dance for me before the end of the night. Hold on to every moment.” He elaborates; “Moving into the second verse I'm expressing to her, if things become hard, if you remember anything from the time we have together, could you save THIS dance for me?” With his powerful vocals piercing through your ears in the best way possible, Alexander sings “Put both your hands on my shoulder. If it all fades away in the morning, and you save one memory. Could you save this dance for me?Born and raised in Virginia, Alexander Nate's signature sound combines Motown influences with modern pop elements to create a smooth sound that dances between Soul and R&B. “My mom would always play old-school legends around the house when I was young. Sam Cooke. Nina Simone... My mom is from Ethiopia, so when I grew up—a lot of Ethiopians were [listening to the same music]. Songs from Al Green, all those. So when she came to America, those songs were what she was listening to and played for me growing up” he tells DJBooth. With over 2M streams across all platforms, Alexander's vocals are the center. of attention on all of his tracks, simultaneously smooth and raspy, fitting perfectly over powerful 808s and light instrumentals. Alexander's releases have been highly anticipated by his growing base of dedicated fans following the success of his EP RedCanaryin 2018; which RESPECTMagazinereferred to as an EP “... that paints a vivid picture about love lost, family, and hopes for a lost soul."Alexander states “While my previous project reflected the stories of my past, “bluejay” and “Save This Dance For Me” have both allowed me to depict what's been going on with me in the present. The ups and the downs, learning who to trust, and navigating through love. It's been therapeutic.. like catching up with a friend you haven't spoken to in a while”We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #AlexanderNate #zoomListen & Subscribe to BiBFollow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter!
On the September 5 edition of the Music History Today podcast, a car accident inspires a classic song, Jimmy Cliff is introduced to America, & G.R.L. loses a member to suicide. Plus, it's Farrokh Bulsara's birthday. You know him better as Freddie Mercury of Queen. ALL MY LINKS - https://allmylinks.com/musichistorytoday
On the September 4 edition of the Music History Today podcast, American Idol crowns a winner, the Dream gets married, & a Motown group forms. Plus, rejoice, Bey Hive!! It's the Queen B's birthday!!! ALL MY LINKS - https://allmylinks.com/musichistorytoday
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On the September 3 edition of the Music History Today podcast, the Woz puts on a festival, Rush, George Michael, and Culture Club debut new projects, and a tv and radio classic ends. Plus, it's Steve Jones's birthday; the guitarist for the Sex Pistols, not the futbol player. ALL MY LINKS - https://allmylinks.com/musichistorytoday
It's time for another Musical Taste Society! We've hit the dizzying heights of 53 episodes now and as always it's packed full of all the latest music news, our considered recommendations, the sad story of Billy Joel getting done out of some serious cash by his brother-in-law and we look into just how extreme tour riders can get. Get it where you get podcasts, leave a nice review where you leave those too. PS We talk about Donda for a bit
Hi Folks! For this months full episode we listen to Johnny Cash's 1968 album "At Folsom Prison". The first in a series of live albums from Cash all recorded in prisons. "At Folsom Prison" came at a pivotal time in Cash's career as the singer/song writer was trying to turn his career around after several years of limited commercial success. With June Carter, Carl Perkins and the Tennessee Three backing Cash "At Folsom Prison" became a huge success for both Cash and Columbia Records. This album features the staple versions of songs such as "Folsom Prison Blues", "Cocaine Blues" and "Jackson". While also featuring country standards like "The Wall" and "Green Green Grass of Home". "At Folsom Prison" shows a different side of Johnny Cash and is not to be missed by fans of Cash's more mainstream work. Thanks for listening!Intro/Outro Music:Upbeat Forever by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5011-upbeat-foreverLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
On the September 2 edition of the Music History Today podcast, the Hall of Fame opens, the King of Pop sets a record, and Garth releases a mega smash. Plus, it's birthday greetings to members of Panic at the Disco, Toto, and Simply Red. ALL MY LINKS - https://allmylinks.com/musichistorytoday
On the September 1 edition of the Music History Today podcast, there's Hal David, Jerry Reed, Rush, and Boz Scaggs. Plus, birthday greetings go to Zendaya, Barry Gibb and Gloria Estefan. ALL MY LINKS - https://allmylinks.com/musichistorytoday
On the August 31 edition of Music History Today podcast, Threepenny Opera premieres, George Harrison is found guilty, and Goat's Head Soup is served. Plus, it's a British knight's birthday today...seriously. ALL MY LINKS - https://allmylinks.com/musichistorytoday
This week we welcome on the Forrest Gump of hip hop, the legend that is MC Serch is in the house to talk all things MF DOOM, KMD, Subroc, Tupac, Nas, Illmatic, Eminem, UK's Cookie Crew, Del the Funky Homosapien, Woodstock 99 and SO much more!
On the August 30 edition of Music History Today podcast, Kanye makes an announcement, the Go-Go's hang it up, and an event in Notting Hill inspires a classic song. Plus, it's Papa John's birthday; no, not the pizza guy. ALL MY LINKS - https://allmylinks.com/musichistorytoday
On the August 29 edition of Music History Today podcast, Rock Against Racism is formed, George joins the Quarrymen, and we've got a lust for life. Plus, there are some huge birthdays, including Bird, Dinah, and the King of Pop. ALL MY LINKS - https://allmylinks.com/musichistorytoday
On the August 28 edition of Music History Today podcast, there's sex, drugs, but no more rock and roll; at least for one band. Plus, it's country superstars Shania's and LeAnn's birthdays!! ALL MY LINKS - https://allmylinks.com/musichistorytoday
On this week's Tune-Up, Benny and Deny remember Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts, who passed away this week at the age of 80. The guys go around Major League Baseball with ESPN MLB Staff Writer Joon Lee. Also, the guys discuss Nirvana being sued by the baby from the Nevermind cover. All that plus This Day in Music History and the Encore on a very special 100th episode of the Tune-Up.
On the August 26 edition of Music History Today podcast, it's all about Laura Branigan, Bobby Darin, & Taylor Hicks. Plus, happy birthday to 1 of my favorite singers: Shirley Manson of Garbage!!! ALL MY LINKS - https://allmylinks.com/musichistorytoday
Tune into episode 33 where Pri and her special guests La, Norm, Rock and James discuss the highly anticipated music festival taking place in West Philly, Smorefest Music Festival, letting a partner starve on vacation, who's the judge of dating standards and what's too high, and how important it is to protect your peace and be intentional about the energy around you. Check it out!! Hope you enjoy! Like, share, comment, rate & subscribe!
On the August 24 edition of Music History Today podcast, we have the Ramones, Mozart, the Stones, & Louis Prima. Plus, it's Pebbles' birthday: the singer, not the Flintstones character. ALL MY LINKS - https://allmylinks.com/musichistorytoday
We mark the birth on August 23, 1854 – 167 years ago today – of the German-Polish composer, pianist, and teacher Moritz Moszkowski in the Prussian/Silesian city of Breslau, today the Polish city of Wrocław. He died in Paris on March 4, 1925, at the age of 70. Moszkowski was one of the most famous pianist-composers of his time, someone who stood shoulder-to-shoulder with the likes of Franz Liszt (1811-1886), Anton Rubinstein (1829-1894), Ferruccio Busoni (1866-1924), Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943), and Ignacy Jan Paderewski (1860-1941) Paderewski paid his friend and fellow Pole Moszkowski the ultimate compliment when he said that: “After Chopin [who was, and remains, the great Polish national hero] Moszkowski best understands how to write for the piano, and his writing embraces the whole gamut of piano technique.” In the end – painfully, tragically, inevitably (or so it so often seems) – talent, success, and fame were no match for time, aging, and illness, and died in obscurity and poverty, a broken man. Sadly and unjustly, he and his music languish in near-total obscurity today.… Continue reading, only on Patreon! Listen on the Music History Monday Podcast The post Music History Monday: Moritz Moszkowski first appeared on Robert Greenberg.
On this week's Tune-Up, Benny and Deny are joined by Maria Marino of SNY for our 2021 New York City Pro Athlete Draft. All that plus This Day in Music History and 59 Sound anniversary talk on the 99th episode of the Tune-Up.
Hi Folks! For this bonus episode we listen to Elton John's song 'I'm Still Standing'. Released in 1983 on his album 'Too Low for Zero' this song has had somewhat of a resurgence in recent years thanks to Illumination Entertainment's 2016 film 'Sing'. We discuss how this is more then just a break up song and how we could all use a reminder sometimes that we, indeed, will still be standing! Of course we discuss the epic music video and Elton John's run in with none other then Duran Duran!?! Thanks for listening!Intro/Outro Music:Upbeat Forever by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5011-upbeat-foreverLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
From funk to punk, pop to power ballads, Boy George to breakdancing, the year 1984 is largely regarded as the golden era of music. This week, I welcome Michaelangelo Matos, author of Can't Slow Down, to talk about what made 1984 such an important year in the industry. We discuss artists such as Michael Jackson, Madonna, Prince Springsteen, Run DMC, Husker Du, and the most important 1984 song. We also discuss the lull in music leading up to its renaissance in 1984, and what happened in the late 80's that we wish we could forget. We also discuss both the business and cultural movements forward that 1984 gave us, from MTV to Boy George and breakdancing.
We had the pleasure of interviewing Two Feet over Zoom video! Two Feet enters his next era with the release of brand new single “Fire In My Head,” further cementing the signature fusion of confrontational alternative and structure-defiant electronic music that has launched him to 1.5 billion streams, Gold and Platinum scanned singles, a #1 hit on the Billboard Alternative chart, a $1 million NFT drop and more. Alongside the new song and video, out now on AWAL, Two Feet has unveiled a run of full-band, headlining fall tour dates at The Novo in Los Angeles, Webster Hall in New York City, The Fillmore in San Francisco and more, all of which are on-sale today. Reflecting on the new chapter, Two Feet says, “For 'Fire In My Head' I wanted to revisit the sound of my first EP. I think this song does it well with an updated energy.”Listen to “Fire In My Head” and watch the lyric video, full of beachside, black-and-white nostalgia: https://twofeet.ffm.to/fireinmyheadvideo Find the full list of dates for Two Feet's 2021 fall tour, and purchase tickets here: https://twofeetmusic.com/tour “Fire In My Head” arrives on the heels of Two Feet's conceptual new album, Max Maco is Dead Right?. Released earlier this spring and centered around the sudden rise and demise of a visionary artist named Max Maco, the album found Two Feet embodying the troubled, titular persona as he confronted the challenges of fame, excess and heartbreak. Before writing any of the music, Two Feet devised a 25-page map of Maco's life story, enlisted the same acting coach who helped Rami Malek with his transformation into Freddie Mercury, and created sweeping productions that combined his love of flamenco guitar with trap beats on songs like “Flatline,” rock with the pulsing dance grooves he used to DJ at drag shows on “Never Enough,” and more. Upon its release, Max Maco racked up more than 25 million streams, appearing on Spotify's Times Square Billboard, while Two Feet performed on Rolling Stone's Twitch, took over Reddit's r/Music, guest hosted SiriusXM's Alt Nation, and headlined San Diego's California Center for the Arts last month. Having toured with Panic! At The Disco and played festivals like Austin City Limits, Bonnaroo and Hangout, Two Feet's fall tour marks his long-awaited return to the road, where he'll preview even more new music alongside his power trio. Preview the setup with Two Feet and his band's live performance of “Fire” from Max Maco Is Dead Right?. We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #TwoFeet #zoom #aspn #americansongwriter #americansongwriterpodcastnetworkListen & Subscribe to BiBFollow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter!
THE REALIST PODCAST OUT!! Season 2 EPISODE 32! This week's episode we have a special guests DJ Baby Blue Diamond, T1 & Mr Live At 5 from Well You Asked Podcast. We discussed Houston music, LOX vs Dipset and much more. Enjoy or Fuk Outta Here! Follow them on Instagram @wellyouaskedpodcast OUR WEBSITE www.fohbrand.com MERCH IS AVAILABLE ON THE WEBSITE Watch see full video on YouTube search FOH PODCAST 337 IF YOU WANT TO GET SOMEBODY OR SOMETHING THE FUK OUTTA HERE SEND US AN EMAIL AT FOH337@GMAIL. COM ARTIST CAN SUBMIT YOUR MUSIC FOR OUR MUSIC SEGMENT EMAIL IT TO FOH337@GMAIL.COM Follow us on Instagram: Podcast page @fohpodcast337 Sayso @saysographics DJ Truth @therealdjtruth --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fohpod337/message
In November 1918 Amy Beach (aka Mrs. H. H. A. Beach) wrote an article for Etude magazine titled "To the Girl Who Wants to Compose." In this episode, we dissect the article and talk about technical skills and how that relates to art, education, taking your art seriously, different types of music classification that Beach outlines, and her best advice on how to compose. This is a great episode that relates to way more than just music composition, and especially if you're searching for inspiration!Read the Article by Amy BeachWant to check out some of our favorite books? Check out our booklist Follow Us on Instagram @morethanamuse.podcast
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We mark the death on August 9, 1975 – 46 years ago today – of the composer Dmitri Shostakovich at the age of 68, in Moscow. He was born on September 25, 1906, in St. Petersburg. Does Stress Kill? If stress kills, Dmitri Shostakovich should never have lived past the age of 30. In his early teens, as a student at the St. Petersburg Conservatory (or what was then called, the “Petrograd” Conservatory), he and his classmates suffered severe malnutrition due to the Russian Civil War (which ran from 1917-1922). But he survived. In 1936, some eight months before his 30th birthday, he was officially purged on the orders of Joseph Stalin himself during the Great Terror. Few people expected Shostakovich to survive, least of all himself. Later admitting to having been suicidal, he lay awake at night, too terrified to sleep, waiting for the van (the feared “Black Maria”), to take him away. But he survived. In 1941, he survived the early stages of the Siege of Leningrad and in 1948, he was once again purged for writing music considered to be too modern and too personally self-expressive, music that did not subscribe to Soviet ideologic dicta. Again he […] The post Music History Monday: Shostakovich's Death first appeared on Robert Greenberg.