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Dave Grohl's shadow looms large over the music industry. He's the founder of the Grammy-winning rock group Foo Fighters. And he was the drummer for the groundbreaking grunge band Nirvana. His musical footprint is matched only by the life he's led. In his new book "The Storyteller: Tales of Life and Music," Grohl recounts some of his life-changing musical moments.We talk to Grohl about his new book and some of his most memorable moments. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
We had the pleasure of interviewing Chris Mardini over Zoom video! Chris Mardini belongs to the rare breed of artists born to give voice to our most complex emotions. At just 19-years-old, the New York City-raised singer/songwriter has mastered the art of merging intense self-reflection with poetic social commentary—a dynamic made all the more potent by his innate talent for crafting spellbinding melodies. A near-lifelong musician who took up guitar at age 10 and got his start playing Beatles covers at iconic venues like The Bitter End, Mardini sets his soul-baring songwriting to a singular collision of elements: the brooding urgency of classic alt-rock, kinetic rhythms of underground hip-hop, and impassioned vocal work of timeless singer/songwriters like Jeff Buckley.Mardini discovered a love of seminal rock bands like Led Zeppelin as a child and later became obsessed with Nirvana, one of the most formative influences on his songwriting. After cutting his teeth playing covers at local spots like Arlene's Grocery—and occasionally venturing down to Asbury Park to perform at the legendary Wonder Bar—he started writing and self-producing his own material in his bedroom. With the arrival of his debut single “Retrospective Outlook” in September 2019, Mardini immediately proved the appeal of his unguarded honesty, and soon earned praise from outlets like Popdose (who noted that “the ghosts of Nirvana, Odelay-era Beck, and mid-decade hip-hop haunt his music”).In the making of his debut album, Mardini joined forces with Grammy Award-winning producer Marc Swersky and recorded at New Jersey's Sound on Sound Studios with a lineup of veteran musicians, infusing each track with the same volatile energy of his mosh-heavy live set. Viscerally charged but intricately detailed, the album's galvanizing alt-rock fuses perfectly with Mardini's exploration of alienation and insecurity, self-sabotage and social pressure. In all of his output, Mardini showcases the sophisticated musicianship he first began honing as a kid growing up in the West Village. By channeling so much raw vulnerability into his songs, Mardini has ultimately found his way to a glorious catharsis that's palpable in every track he shares with the world. And while his lyrics often speak to the pain of isolation, he hopes his music might leave others with a powerful sense of understanding and connection.We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #ChrisMardini #zoomListen & Subscribe to BiBFollow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter!
Welcome to the gaming podcast where it's not my opinion that counts - but yours! Listen in each episode as Josh sits down for lengthy chats with passionate people about the things we love. Today, we make a delayed check in on how things are going with Phase 2 of TBC thus far with the raiding scene and more with previous guest of the show, Yolo. After that, the show goes down a brave, new path by not discussing video games at all and providing you with a 2 hour rockumentary for the 30th anniversary of Nirvana's classic album, 'Nevermind', with old favourites Jason and Hunk. This one is not to be missed! Early Phase 2 TBC Impressions w/ Yolo - 2:25 Remembering 'Nevermind' w/ Shieldwalled & Hunk - 52:30 Find Jason on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/Shieldwalled Support Josh & Countdown today over at Patreon, including bonus 'Countdown After Dark' podcast content: https://www.patreon.com/joshcorbett Or if subscriptions aren't your thing, support Josh & Countdown by shouting him a one time beer here: https://ko-fi.com/countdowntoclassic Join the show's discord here: https://discord.gg/83thqw2fBw Listen in on live recordings for the show on Josh's Twitch channel here: https://www.twitch.tv/joshcorbett Check out Josh's hilarious movie podcast here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-sinner-files/id1290218344 or on Spotify here: https://open.spotify.com/show/469qUDnQHBkCogdjZyFUjb?si=jNgDTiEnSvKBbZuNz2xcxw Nirvana Call References: Absolute Radio - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIQENQANb9c Ade Darmawan - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0xIyCjHzh84 Beyond The Guitar - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aK1XqCGdYD4 Blank On Blank - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1Z2BkZaOQc Mix My Music Rob - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOYvTXUqlrI Rolling Stone - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=auDs3EkB-CI WatchMojo.com - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3CTsGievjMU All rights to the music and interview excerpts used in this podcast are reserved to their respective copyright owners.
0:00 Mike Shanahan goes into the Broncos Ring of Fame tomorrow. Also, Over/Unders for Broncos vs. Raiders this weekend. 41:12 Nirvana, and Nate and Andy's Pick 4 picks for the football weekend. 51:43 Broncos picks and the Weekend Preview!
Y Derroteros con Marina Garcés En el primer PLANAZO de la temporada, el Sr. Sanabria nos envuelve en un programa con el espíritu más noventoso. Hablamos de Nirvana y la música que marcó una época con el escritor y testigo de primera mano de la última etapa gloriosa del rock, Michael Azerrad. Repasamos el top 3 de películas que marcaron a la Generación X y entrevistamos a las chicas de la banda de post punk Hickeys, que está a punto de publicar su primer disco. Más información aquí: https://bit.ly/Planazo939 Haz posible nuestros monográficos de Carne Cruda: http://bit.ly/ProduceCC
Put three great musicians together and magic can happen. We've seen it throughout music history, with trios turning out some of the most iconic tunes in rock. Bands like Cream, the Jimi Hendrix Experience and CSN set the table in the ‘60s, followed in the ‘70s by ZZ Top, Rush and the Police. Nirvana and Green Day carried the torch into the ‘90s and beyond, as we'll hear on this week's rockin' episode of KMB.
On today's episode, I talk to musician Buzz Osborne. Originally from Morton, WA, Buzz founded the rock band Melvins in the early '80s, and in 1986, C/Z Records released their first EP Six Songs. Since then, they've released over 40 more albums, EPs and compilations on record labels like Alternative Tentacles, Sub Pop and Ipecac Recordings, and while never achieving mainstream success - if that's even something they sought - the band is both sustainable and hugely influential, influencing everyone from Nirvana and Soundgarden to Helmet, Tool, Mastodon and many others. Their latest album, Five Legged Dog, a 36-song acoustic reimagining of their discography, is out now! This is the website for Beginnings, subscribe on Apple Podcasts, follow me on Twitter.
The British Psychedelic Scene 1966-68 is explored by David Wells, with tracks by Traffic, Kaleidoscope, Nirvana, The Zombies, The Action and more. Think I'm Going Weird: Original Artefacts From The British Psychedelic Scene 1966-68 is available from Grapefruit/Cherry Red. The post The British Psychedelic Scene 1966-1968 appeared first on The Strange Brew.
What do you say about one of the most legendary icons of all time that hasn't already been said? How can you even discuss the conspiracy that lingers around his death without causing controversy? This week the Crooked Crime Sisters are bringing you PART TWO of the attempt to unravel the chaos that was the life of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
16-time Grammy winner Dave Grohl, front-man of Foo Fighters, talks about his tenure as Nirvana's drummer, and healing after the death of his friend and musical collaborator Kurt Cobain. His new memoir is titled, The Storyteller: Tales of Life and Music.
If you enjoy this podcast, please leave rate this show and leave a review! Even a few words will help. Just go to ratethispodcast.com/openloopsTo catch Open Loops LIVE, make sure you follow our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/OpenLoopsPodAmbika Devi is a force of nature, which makes sense as she regularly manipulates the elements in her spare time. Speaker, podcaster, expert astrologer, hypnotherapist, meditation instructor, Shaman, mystic, international best-selling and award-winning author, and wizard-enabler (she help you become your most magical), Ambika joins Greg to talk about all these things in one of the most fun conversations Greg's ever had on Open Loops! More importantly. She delves into the pathway towards Nirvana: self-combusting your way to ascension like monks until you become a literal pearl. You ready to unleash your inner power? Listen in, if you want to spark your spiritual flames! For all of Ambika's links, including her End Sleep Envy course and books, go to https://linktr.ee/AmbikaDevi
We have a highly influential guest on the show in Buzz Osborne of The Melvins (@melvinsdotcom). The band was a huge influence on Nirvana and Kurt Cobain, plus countless other musicians from the metal to grunge worlds. Osborne joins Anne Erickson (@AnneErickson) for an in-depth chat about the band's new acoustic set, "Five Legged Dog," plus Kurt Cobain, the future of music and more. Join private Patreon-> https://www.patreon.com/AnneAutumn Link up with Anne on social media at https://ItsMeAnne.com, and follow Audio Ink Radio the publication at https://AudioInkRadio.com.
It's time for a brand new episode of The Flickcast. The podcast about stuff nerds love. This week it's a "special" one we like to call Episode 456: Nerds Love Music. This episode is a bit different from the usual ones. Due to those pesky "circumstances" this week we're sharing something we usually reserve just for Patrons. Before and after the usual recording of the episodes you all listen to and love, the boys also record other things just for Patrons. That's what this week's episode is. It contains discussions about music, Ted Lasso, Star Wars: Visions and why Joe hates Nirvana. Yeah, that was a surprise to us too. Fortunately, no tangents this week and the episode is not as long as they normally are. Bonus! But don't worry, Chris and Joe will be back next week with a brand new episode chock full of all the stuff nerds love. And yes, tangents and incredible length will also be back too. As will picks. No picks this week, though. Sorry about that. Oh, and apologies for all the coughing and throat clearing. Chris sometimes has a problem with that. It's very dry where he lives. If you like the show, please consider rating or reviewing it on Apple Podcasts, or your podcast app of choice. Every rating or review helps. And if you're really feeling it, consider supporting the show on Patreon. That would be cool. Thanks for listening! As always, if you have comments, questions, critiques, offers of sponsorship or whatever, feel free to hit us up in the comments, on Twitter, Instagram or, yes, even Facebook. Or shoot us an email. We don't mind. Opening music by GoodB Music under Creative Commons License End music by Kevin MacLeod under Creative Commons License Image: Ed Sirrs/Retna Ltd.
It's garbage day (we've probably made this joke already) as Slime da Garbage Mane returns once again to our fine program! Support the show on Patreon Field Notes This week we almost lost facebook and instagram- kinda? Or not really? Who the fuck knows. We do a deep and dangerous dive into the whole NFT thing and "Lazy Lions" because it's the responsible thing to do. #ROAR We have an update on the Nirvana baby story as Dave Grohl announces they are changing the album art nearly 30 years later... All right man. Is true love shitting in matching toilets with your significant other? Listen to this episode and find out! Join the Thought Cops Deputy Patrol Support the show on Patreon Join the Thought Cops Discord! Click here to buy Thought Cops shirts, hoodies, stickers, and mugs. Episode produced by Commissioner Zwick Leave the show a voicemail at 312-788-7361 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This week Heather and Jameson are joined by bonafide Gen X superstar music expert guest Guy! Reliving his college radio days, Guys dusts off his legal pad and graces the podcast with his massive musical knowledge as the trio explores MTV's alternative music program 120 Minutes launched in 1986. Jameson delights everyone with the origins of the band names Nickelback and Lynyrd Skynyrd. And who doesn't miss Strawberries music stores and mixtapes?
How do you strike the balance between keeping things that you might not ever need, and getting rid of things that you might regret not having? Why is that important for business? Having exactly what you need but nothing extra is a Nirvana that few can ever attain. It might show up in the amount of stuff you have, in your processes, or even in your systems. Even space can be hoarded – there is something about having more space that is associated with success, and something about downsizing (or right-sizing) space that feels like going backwards. There is a trap of equating quantity of value and worrying you won't have when you eventually need it. How do you decide what you keep and what you can get by without, and when does not having it become more of a problem than having it around? Perhaps we need a spring cleaning in business, not just for our stuff, but for the processes and systems we have. What story do you want to tell? So, that's our story... now, we want to hear yours! Pull up a chair and join the conversation in our Facebook Group: bit.ly/shmsgroup OR... Shoot us an email: email@example.com Connect with @SHMSpodcast on Twitter: https://twitter.com/shmspodcast Text the word STORY to 345345 to get access to bonus content and weekly episode delivery. Text 410-632-6894 to start a conversation with us. Want to support us? Love this podcast? Please tell your friends, post about us, or take a moment to review us & subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to the podcast!
If you're starving for some 90's Movies goodness, Filmshake's full of forbidden delights. The main course this episode is Antonia Bird's slab of delicious 1999 cannibal goodness, Ravenous. Gorge yourself upon our dulcet tones, as we welcome Reel Talk's Wes Jones to our bacchanalian cinematic feast. Chew on the tender flesh of our opening segment appetizer, as we discuss Bird's misunderstood 1995 Drew Barrymore-starring drama, Mad Love. Take out your dentures so you can swallow our episode-ending trivia battle whole! We promise we used all of our food puns for this description. There are almost none in this episode--so feast your ears! Dammit...we used "feast" already...uh...let your ears chow down?...Nosh on our words?...Eat this episode?...Check out Wes on the awesome Reel Talk: A Movie Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/reel-talk-a-movie-podcast/id1507716542Music heard this episode:"Love Buzz" -- Nirvana"Trek to the Cave" -- Damon Albarn & Michael Nyman"Boyd's Journey" -- Damon Albarn & Michael NymanSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/filmshake)
Ryan talks with Martyn Goodacre, the photographer responsible for taking the most iconic photo of Kurt Cobain in Nirvana's early days. Hear the full story behind the shoot, as well as what it was like having his photo go on to represent him in the wake of his death. Be sure and check out Das Wasteland, available for purchase here: https://www.daswasteland.com/Follow Das Wasteland on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/daswasteland/Follow Martyn Goodacre on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/martyn.goodacre/ Sign up for an exclusive Songs of Note episode and playlist here: https://mailchi.mp/5a4c0459fa02/songsofnotenewsletterFollow Songs of Note: http://instagram.com/songsofnotehttps://www.facebook.com/songsofnotehttps://twitter.com/thesongsofnoteMusic provided by Tyler Ramsey. Find Tyler on Spotify, Apple Music, and his website.
Anna Gacek opowiada o latach 90 jak nikt. Rozmawiamy o tym co tę dekadę stworzyło: Nirvana, Twin Peaks, okładki Vogue z Kate Moss? Anna opowiada też o radiowej Trójce, gdzie pracowała 20 lat, tworząc audycje Aksamit, Atelier, współprowadząc audycje w Wojciechem Mannem. Książkę Anny Gacek i wiele innych znajdziecie w Bookbeat, nowi użytkownicy dostają 30 dni za darmo: https://www.bookbeat.pl/imponderabilia?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=imponderabilia+30+days&utm_content=video
This episode of The TIZZ TALK Podcast, hosted by your boy Chucktizz, co-host Toowoketogobroke, present to you the 2nd ever YouTube episode!!! We are so excited to finally make it to this point and we couldn't have done it with out the fans. Topics of discussion: Tizz talks about how his weekend went. We give the sTIZZ grief for not joining the show, The Rolling Stones Magazine top 50 hit songs of all time (which we were shocked at the results), Nirvana's - "Never-mind" album 30 year anniversary, stock market talk, "how drugs won the war on drugs", the current state of the economy, and much much more. Thanks for tuning in and do your duties TIZZ Gang, please smash that subscribe & like button and turn on notifications. Leave a comment and let us know if you enjoyed they show. We hope you enjoy our content and please spread the love. "Get ya mind correct & Keep ya mind correct. The TIZZ doesn't "Ask why.........He asks why not?" Links: Discord: The Best Trade Kingdom: https://discord.gg/GeWWkgsThe Bag Boyz Server - https://discord.gg/NAsvHYKHyk --- 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/tizztalkpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tizztalkpodcast/support
This week on 90's NOW we're talking about Nirvana's classic album cover that's getting an edit for its 30th anniversary. Big tour news for NKOTB and their mixtape tour for 2022! See how you do with Kelly's Trivia and enjoy the ‘oh yaaa' moments that come when Sharon does a 90's Rewind. Thank you for listening to 90's NOW!
Jeff Ward's experience, insight, and unique perspective on football is always in demand. The audience starves for his fearless, agenda-free, and irreverent take on the teams and storylines that matter most. Now, fans can get a steady diet of his football knowledge with regular segments titled “Six Minutes of Football." Follow The Jeff Ward Show on social media: Twitter Instagram Facebook Jeff Ward is a highly decorated former NCAA football player with extensive ties to the University of Texas. He's been nominated as an Outstanding Young Texas Ex, and while a student at The University of Texas, he was a four-year Letterman in football, a football team captain, a member of the Athletics Director's Academic Honor Roll, a three-time all-conference football player, and a two-time All-American football player. He's among the top five all-time leading scorers at The University of Texas, and he's the NCAA record holder for game-winning field goals. He was selected in the 1988 NFL Draft to play football professionally. The podcast market is oversaturated with NCAA and NFL football content but with Jeff, you get the educated perspective of someone who's lived it. Jeff has been appearing on both national news and local (Texas-based) news platforms to discuss sports, politics and economics for over 20 years. Jeff's time at The University of Texas provided him with knowledge of worldwide economics, marketing strategies and the economics of sports, particularly with NCAA Football. With the NCAA always finding itself involved in hot-button issues, Jeff Ward explains what's going on behind the scenes. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In our extended-length interview with Dave Grohl, the Foo Fighters frontman talks about starting over after Nirvana bandmember Kurt Cobain's heartbreaking suicide in 1994, healing with the help of music and picking up the guitar at age 10 to realize he could learn songs by ear. His new memoir, "The Storyteller: Tales of Life and Music," is out now.
This episode opens with a discussion of a story of a man who ejaculates from his anus followed by a two-part “Plug In & Hate” session about long lines and mis-delivered packages. Then we talk about Rodan from Godzilla, a crazy girl, Brian's dating life, and today's rock star lifestyle. Newz, BNN, Lunch, then we're done but not for long. Double X Quantimino. A Rare Medical Complication Caused a Man to Ejaculate from His Anus. Plug In & Hate Part 1: Waiting in lines where the end of the line is inefficient. Plug In & Hate Part 2: Receiving mis-delivered packages. Re-visiting anime television series Godzilla Singular Point. True or False? 19-year-old arrested for the death of a man who died after being set on fire at his home. Inquiring minds want to know: First dates with Brian in the dating app game. Do today's rock stars still battle the same substance abuse demons like their predecessors or have the late Millennials and Gen Z learned their lesson? Or are the musicians with demons not idolized like the rock stars that didn't survive? Or is Big Brother Records keeping the cap on the bottle and grooming today's rock stars to know they will be quickly dismissed if the demons take over? This Is The Newz. Video shows woman pulling out gun in Chipotle after store closes early. A North Carolina family finds an unknown woman in mother's casket. Impossible's new vegan nuggets taste better than McNuggets. Sadly, that's not saying much. This animal has survived for centuries without having sex. (Avengers #200) Man Almost Fights His Way Into an Airplane Cockpit on Flight From Boston. Scientists Working on a Toilet That Identifies You by Your Butthole. Haunted house actor accidentally stabs an 11-year-old boy. Keen spirit: Australian cyclist uses GPS to recreate Nirvana's Nevermind cover. Burrito's Nippon Newz. Tokyo cafe serves special drinks and desserts for your anime crush, welcomes otaku/fujoshi diners. Aomori police are on the lookout for a man shouting unsolicited advice at kids about dating and ramen. Is Japan's new Super Combined Cup Noodle series really as great as it claims to be? Cup Noodle Sodas: Culinary innovation or beverage abomination? Cup Noodle pouch satisfies our never-ending need for instant ramen. More Newz. (Fake) FBI raid at NSA employee's home reveals over 16,000,000 'dick pics'. Dubstep artist Skrillex could protect against mosquito bites. A California burger joint bans customers under 18 from dining without parents, saying young people threw fries at staff and stuck candy to the ceiling. Car-exhaust drug craze alarms Congo's capital. A museum says they gave an artist $84,000 in cash to use in artwork. He delivered blank canvases and titled them "Take the Money and Run.". Jake Gyllenhaal: ‘Women? They're superior to men'. Internet stunned by ‘ridiculous' prices at Salt Bae's new London restaurant. Limp Bizkit officially release new single 'Dad Vibes'. What I Had For Lunch. Deepfake Sponsors: Julio Tejas, Booba Gettz The Crazy One, Thicccum Farmz.
a smattering of music news including Vince Neil, the return of Video Soul, David Lee Roth claims retirement, Nirvana says Nevermind to classic album cover, Morgan Wade & Pitchfork tries to rewrite music review history.Slaps include DLR, Limp Bizkit & Elton John w/ Stevie Wonder.Patreon - http://patreon.com/thehustleseasonBandcamp - http://thehustleseason.bandcamp.comTHS YouTube -https://bit.ly/THSYouTubeChannelInstagram - http://instagram.com/thehustleseasonTwitter - http://twitter.com/thehustleseasonSpring (fmrly Teespring) - https://bit.ly/HustleSeasonMerchFacebook - http://bit.ly/HustleSeasonFBThe Hustle Season on Apple Podcasts - https://bit.ly/TheHSPodcastAppleThe Hustle Season on Spotify Podcasts - https://bit.ly/TheHSPodcastSpotify
On the 30th anniversary of the release of Nirvana's album Nevermind, leading figures from music, literature, fashion, and activism reflect on the impact it had on their lives. Presenter Douglas Coupland, author of Generation X, explores how his own work is entwined with the album's history. In the early 90s, Douglas Coupland, like Nirvana, was at the vanguard of a new movement that valued individualism and freedom. In 1991, the music industry had modest ambitions for a second album from Seattle three-piece rock group Nirvana. Little did they know. Opening with hit single Smells Like Teen Spirit, Nevermind was a politically radical, powerful package of pop and punk music that made the grunge genre world-famous. The album knocked Michael Jackson off the top of the US charts, eventually selling 30 million copies. It made Kurt Cobain an icon. Though released on a major label, the record redefined the notion of independent spirit for a generation. Musician Bat For Lashes talks about processing troubling teenage experiences through her Nirvana fandom. Actor Zawe Ashton reveals that grunge directly inspired her character of Vod in sitcom Fresh Meat. Transgender activist Daniella Carter reflects on the ways the band defined her politics. Novelist Aaron Hamburger remembers how Kurt Cobain helped him come out as gay. Nevermind producer Butch Vig recalls the release changing his life overnight. Other contributors include poet Hanif Abdurraqib, author Deborah Levy, and musician and fashion expert Brix Smith. Meanwhile, a rare archive interview between Kurt Cobain and Jon Savage transports us back to the spirit of the time. Finally, folk band The Unthanks perform an exclusive cover of Nevermind closer "Something In The Way". Producer: Jack Howson Additional Production: Tess Davidson and Silvia Malnati Sound Mix: Mike Woolley A Reduced Listening production for BBC Radio 4
Dave Grohl only spent three and a half years drumming for Nirvana — but he says it felt like a lifetime. The Foo Fighters frontman talks about his new memoir, "The Storyteller." And, Mosquirix is the first vaccine to treat malaria and the first developed to treat any parasitic disease. World Health Organization malaria expert Dr. Mary Hamel and Dr. Kwame Amponsa-Achiano of Ghana's Health Service join us to discuss the breakthrough treatment.
What do you say about one of the most legendary icons of all time that hasn't already been said? How can you even discuss the conspiracy that lingers around his death without causing controversy? This week the Crooked Crime Sisters attempt to unravel the chaos that was the life of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In this teeny-tiny pop-up episode of How To Wow, we are joined by former Nirvana drummer and Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl. Dave has released a collection of life stories in his new book The Storyteller, out now.The book started life as a collection of short stories that Dave started posting to @davestruestories on Instagram which is described as ‘Rock and Roll story time'.Thanks again to our sponsor:Athletic Greens: ONE tasty scoop of Athletic Greens contains 75 vitamins, minerals and whole food-sourced ingredients, including a multivitamin, multimineral, probiotic, greens superfood blend and more, that all work together to fill the nutritional gaps in your diet, increase energy and focus, aid with digestion and supports a healthy immune system, all without the need to take multiple products. Simply visit athleticgreens.com/howtowow and get your FREE year supply of Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs today. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We discuss the controversy with Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer, a man who invented a fart pedal for guitars, and Are You Smarter Than Jason Dick. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
“Once Upon a Time in Queens” director Nick Davis joins the boys to talk about growing up a lifelong New York Mets fan, the similarities between their 1986 World Series-winning team and the band Nirvana, who he wishes he could've interviewed for his 30 for 30 documentary and, of course, the excitement of showing the world Ed Hearn's balls.
Nirvana were one of the biggest and most influential bands in the world. Formed in Seattle in 1987, they pretty much single-handedly catapulted alternative music into the mainstream when their second album Nevermind, took the music industry by surprise and turned popular culture on its head upon its release in 1991. Kurt Cobain's life and death fast became rock 'n' roll legend. The worldwide success of his band, Nirvana, defined the music scene in the early 1990s and their songs spoke to, and for a generation. Cobain's seismic impact on music and pop culture has long been felt since his death. Today we look at the story of artistic brilliance and the pain that extinguished it. Kurt Cobain - one of the twentieth century's most creative and troubled music geniuses. The "Remember This" Podcast is sponsored by Gift Shop For Guys. Looking for a cool gift for the man in your life? At Gift Shop For Guys we have spent countless hours sourcing and creating high-quality affordable items and accessories. Check out our huge selection of Cool T-Shirts and Fun-T-Shirts for your man. We carry a vast range of products that are ready to ship to you today. Free Shipping within the USA. E: support@giftshopforguys W: https://giftshopforguys.com We're a huge fan of connecting on social media. If you're on these social networks, let's follow each other: Instagram ▶️ https://geni.us/GiftShopForGuysInsta Facebook ▶️ https://geni.us/GiftShopForGuysFBook Podcast ▶️ https://geni.us/RememberThisPodcast YouTube ▶️ https://geni.us/RememberThisYouTube Gift Shop For Guys Suite 12, 5th Floor, Dymocks Building 428 George Street, Sydney, NSW 2000 ▶️ E: firstname.lastname@example.org ▶️ W: https://geni.us/GiftShopForGuys
Everyone's favorite Ace Associate, Morgan Stringer, is back for another rousing edition of Morgan's Pop-law! So many of you asked us about the Nirvana lawsuit, so we've got the full breakdown for you. And Jamie Spears is no longer the conservator over Britney! We are one step closer to hashtag freeing Britney! Links: Nevermind That Nirvana Child Pornography Lawsuit, Attorneys Say, Elden v Nirvana, Inside Nirvana's 'Nevermind' Pool Party, 25 Years Later, Born To Swim?, Jamie Spears was removed from Britney Spears's conservatorship
Blink 182's Mark Hoppus is Cancer Free, TOOL announces major tour for 2022 with Blonde Redhead, Nirvana's Nevermind baby wants album cover removed for 30th anniversary edition, Patrons had to wait in line for over 2 hours for a $20 water at Knotfest over the weekend, Plus this week in music history trivia, weekly wtf & so much more… All of our links are up at www.rocknewsweekly.com Follow us for our weekly 1 minute video updates: Instagram.com/rocknewsweekly Facebook.com/rocknewsweekly Twitter.com/rocknewsweekly --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rocknewsweekly/support
lon·gev·i·tynoun - long life."the greater longevity of women compared with men" - long existence or service."her longevity in office now appeared as a handicap to the party" Longevity used to be the goal when it came to making it big in the music business, but with a growing industry that has gained much-needed independence from all of the overlord record labels, putting in years and years of work to stay relevant seems like a thing of the past. But what if someone's goal was to come in, get big, make a bunch of money and then cash out and call it a day? Certainly, that would line up with the agenda of an unwanted record label that needs to stay relevant. All they have to do is appear to be offering exactly what someone is looking for, then both parties have something to gain in the deal.Opposite of that, there are artists out there that have been around for what seems like forever. Many of which don't even release music all that often. So how do they stay relevant to an ever-changing industry? It's not only a good question but a loaded one. Some artists have the fortune of a long and flourishing career. But why? It surely can't just be based on talent alone. If you really dig into it, sure there is talent involved (sometimes a lot of it), but there is also so much more. A musician is not only a person, but they're also a business—whether they like it or not. And more often than not that business didn't fund itself upon startup. So if there are enough people involved that depend on you and your "business" to succeed, then you can be damn sure that is exactly what will happen. Let's use Walmart as an example. They are constantly in the headlines for the treatment of their employees among other things, but it never really seems to make much of a difference in how they choose to operate. Why? Simply put, there is too much money involved for the powers that be to let the company fail. It would be financially devastating to millions of people, so it is in the best interest of everyone involved to keep the corporate giant marching on. The same type of scenario plays out in the music industry on a daily basis. So who gets to decide who is worthy of sustained career growth and industry longevity? We talk that and so much more on this almost 100th episode of your favorite school crossing guard's older brother's masseuse's favorite music podcast. It's season 4, episode 14. LET'S GO!!! Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. Infectious Groove Podcast, part of the OddPods Media Network.
Sure, it'd be great to take time every week to stretch and meditate and become all zen, but, honestly, wouldn't it be a lot more enjoyable to tell your instructor to kiss your ass while you flip them off? Lindsay Istace thought so, and that's why she created Rage Yoga, a new take on the traditional New Age music and phrases said in different languages so no one knows what they're saying.Lindsay talked about the creation of Rage Yoga, its spread and her new book on the subject, "Rage Yoga: Unleashing the Badass Within," available next month. (Just in time for the holidays!) For more information, check out the Rage Yoga website.
CMU's Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including Donald Trump's failed attempt to have a copyright infringement case brought against him by Eddy Grant dismissed on the grounds of fair use, and the attempt by the man who (as a baby) appeared on the cover of Nirvana's 'Nevermind' album to have the artwork on the record's 30th anniversary reissue censored. SECTION TIMES 01: Electric Avenue (00:02:19) 02: Nevermind (00:18:13) (Timings may be slightly different due to adverts) STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • New York judge declines to dismiss Eddy Grant's copyright case against Donald Trump • Nevermind baby demands that the album's artwork be edited on all future re-releases ALSO MENTIONED • R Kelly is guilty • Britney Spears' father removed from conservatorship role MORE FROM CMU • Buy MMF and CMU Insights' Dissecting The Digital Dollar book on Amazon • Sign up to receive the CMU Daily news bulletin
We start off talking about old toys and comics, which leads into the origin of the Danzig skull. We play a Nirvana-themed game and read another boring scientific study. http://www.thelofishow.com/podcast/2021/2021-10-03-MuddyNuts.mp3 Intro Song of the Week: “Monarchy” – Rivers Of Nihil Featured Song of the Week: “Aftermath” – Royal Tusk Outro Song of the Week: “Roots […]
Brett returns to the podcast as we sit in his bachelor pad and discuss beard genetics, self-improvement vs selfishness, Yearbooks final(?) show, his exciting new band goodgrief, 100+ Days of sobriety, our contrasting lockdown experiences, and our favorite Ron White joke.
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Isla makes a quick appearance, Demi Lovato had an alien experience in Joshua Tree, and a guy tracks his trip on maps to create a Nirvana album art! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
R. Kelly found guilty, John Hinckley's a free man, train accidents, Mr. T, Gary Graff joins us, Eric in the Morning #MeToo'd, BranDon & Marcus go fishing, and we just find out about Balloonfest '86.R. Kelly has been convicted of racketeering and sex trafficking. Some people are wondering about all his co-conspirators getting charged. The Rolling Stones opened their new tour in St. Louis last night...without Charlie.Ringo Starr is old, but has Drew interested in his diet. He was also on Jimmy Kimmel last night.Drew hates Hallie Jackson, but not because of her famous booger.Drew binged Mandy Matney's vocal-fry podcast and breaks down the details of Alex Murdaugh (Alec Murdock) without the vocal-fry.Thanks for the cookies, Brandi.Dave Grohl is helping a bassist in Seattle because the world doesn't have enough Dave Grohl stories.A train derailed in Montana and Drew is NOT interested.Michael Jackson was a homosexual pedophile. Michael Jackson is not the biological father of ANY of his children.The Laundrie family called the police on Dog the Bounty Hunter, but didn't when their son's fiancé was missing.Radio Hall of Famer, Eric Ferguson, is in trouble for allegedly getting BJs from his associate producer.Mr. Big Stuff, Gary Graff, joins the show to chat Rolling Stones, recap Global Citizen Live, cover Nevermind's 30th Anniversary release, cover The Beatles 142nd box set, and discuss Machine Gun Kelly vs Slipknot (and fans).Tool is coming back to Detroit.The Ringer ranks the biggest album release dates in history... after 1990.Drew saw Nirvana at the State Fair. Marc's buddy claims he was at this concert at the Blind Pig in Ann Arbor.Reminder that Megan Fox is a great mother that leaves America to do drugs so her kids won't know.Buy a Mr. T Cameo right now.Balloonfest '86 in Cleveland was a disaster. Happy 36th anniversary.Drew caught this new hit flick called The Longest Yard.Drew Brees has a brand-new rug on his head. We remember when Bill Shatner was called out for his wig.Drew caught this new hit flick called Cloverfield.BranDon and Marcus had the worst fishing trip in history.Drew would like to remind you to unfollow Screech and follow him on Twitter.Breaking News: Dog the Bounty Hunter has a lead!Hinck-Dog is a free man. Nobody seems to think John Hinckley Jr. will cause any more trouble.Spend all your money at our Amazon portal.Kelly Ripa hung out at the Big House and Mark Consuelos wanted all 109,000 fans to bang her.Stoney is SO tired on Fox 2 on Sunday nights.Dave Letterman trolled Kevin Durant.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Labuda & Marcus had a play date, Brian Laundrie warrant, live porn at the Bronx Zoo, "Britney v. Spears" doc, Howard Stern v. Joe Rogan, Maz checks in, Double Bonerline, and Zooves v. 18-month-old.DTE performed well with the most recent storm by their standards... only 130,000 customers without power this time.A 1.5-year-old has seen Zooves nude. Where were this kid's parents?The Detroit Lions will face the Baltimore Ravens this weekend. Trudi and Dee will be partying hard at Ford Field.Not-a-Prince Harry and his boss, Meghan Markle, are in New York City wasting everyone's time.We check in with Neighbor Marcus to get his thoughts on Michael Jackson and recap his playdate with artist Tom Labuda.Manscaped.com brings you a brand new Bonerline (use promo code DREW). Call or text 209-66-Bonerline!Brian Laundrie is on the run and taking up too much time on the news. Brian's friends have his back & Geraldo wants him DEAD.Glenn Close sucks at singing the National Anthem. Conor McGregor sucks at throwing baseballs.The Bronx Zoo appears to have added live gorilla sex.Nirvana's Nevermind turned 30 years old. They are release a special issue with 70 unreleased tracks. BranDon is still mad at Dave Grohl.Debra 'Everything-I-Touch-Turns-Into-A' Messing is very angry that Kim Kardashian will be hosting Saturday Night Live. She doesn't understand how popularity works.Johnny Depp doesn't like cancel culture. Wonder why?Nicki Minaj is married to a rapist. Her brother is ALSO a rapist.Dr. Robert Anderson accusers confront the Michigan Regents. HAIL TO THE VICTIMS!Tyler Bertuzzi has made a "life choice" to not playing hockey games in his home country of Canada with his Detroit Red Wing teammates. He's part of a very small club in the NHL.Breaking News: The FBI finally found out Brian Laundrie killed Gabby Petito. His parents are complicit.Big Jim gets another road named after a Michigan rocker star. We're going to steal his bit.Drew is planning his next additions to Little Steven's Underground Garage. Ever heard of The Dictators? Neither has anyone else.Andrew W.K. is engaged to Kat Denning and her huge boobs.Drew remains jealous of influencer Cameron Dallas.The Many Saints of Newark is coming soon.We interrupt Tom Mazawey's bowling league to chat about Jamie Collins, the White Sox winning the AL Central, Tom Brady vs Bill Belichick and predict the weekend football games.Michigan plays Rutgers. MSU plays Nebraska. Drew has given up on Virginia Tech. Bowling Green plays Minnesota. ITT Tech still does not have any games this weekend.21-year-old Lorenzo Brabo has been sentenced to 8-15 years for helping provide the fentanyl-laced pills that killed 3 in Auburn Hills. His family has a GoFundMe for his defense.Riddick Bowe has bailed on his Lamar Odom fight and JLo's ex, Ojani Noa, has stepped in.The "Britney vs Spears" documentary looks completely one-sided. She has daddy issues.Howard Stern (D) vs Joe Rogan (R).Real Sports featured the tough relationship of Al and Mark Davis. It reminds Drew of his buddy, Jim Irsay.Enjoy a Bonus Bonerline: Foo Fighters Edition.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).