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    Second Act Stories
    Jeff “Skunk” Baxter's Coda: A Doobie Brother Focuses on Counter Terrorism

    Second Act Stories

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 38:15


    Jeff “Skunk” Baxter is a rock and roll legend. He was the founding lead guitarist in Steely Dan, and he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the Doobie Brothers. As a hired gun, he's played with a who's who of music royalty, including Linda Ronstadt, Donna Summer, Elton John, Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr, Dolly Parton, Carly Simon… the list goes on and on. From the time he was a child, the mechanically inclined Baxter loved taking things apart to see how they worked and putting them back together. He became an expert guitar repair technician and built custom guitars. He traded a custom white Fender Stratocaster he built in the 1960s to Jimi James, who would later re-emerge as the legendary Jimi Hendrix. In the 1980s, Skunk parlayed his more-than-casual interest in all things technical into a career as a missile defense consultant. After writing a paper that was quickly classified, he received the necessary clearances and now regularly consults with the U.S. government, the Pentagon and the Joint Chiefs on topics including counterterrorism and wargaming. Skunk just released a new solo album, his first, called Speed of Heat. Please enjoy our exciting deep dive into the second act of one of rock's greatest guitarists. Photo credit for main image: Joel Manduke

    Pop Pantheon
    DURAN DURAN (with Annie Zaleski)

    Pop Pantheon

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 100:13


    Journalist and author of the 33 ⅓ book Duran Duran's Rio, Annie Zaleski, joins DJ Louie for a deep-dive into ‘80s British pop-rock band and seminal music video-pioneers, Duran Duran. First, Louie and Annie parse the various music scenes-- glam rock, new wave, “The New Romantics”-- from which Duran Duran emerged before discussing the band's formation in Birmingham in the late ‘70s and early ‘80s, their deal with storied label EMI, and what factors lead their 1981 self-titled debut, a prescient blend of rock and dance music, to become a smash overseas but fail to impact here in America. They then move on to the band's second record, 1982's blockbuster Rio, their groundbreaking and trendsetting videos for singles like “Rio” and “Hungry Like the Wolf”, the latter of which won the inaugural Best Music Video prize at the 1984 VMAs, how the group cleverly broke onto American radio thanks to their then-novel use of dance remixes, and how their massive success with teenage girls led them to be dismissed as fluff by the rockist critical establishment. Louie and Annie then lay out Duran Duran's continued success with albums like 1983's Seven and the Ragged Tiger and 1986's Nile Rodgers-produced Notorious, why the band quickly fell out of favor with mainstream audiences during the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, how they made one of the most unlikely comebacks in pop history with 1993's Duran Duran (The Wedding Album) featuring two of their definitive hits, “Ordinary World” and “Come Undone”, and what their recent induction into the Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame means for their legacy. Finally, Louie and Annie rank Duran Duran in the official Pop Pantheon. Tickets to see Louie DJ Pop Music at Gorgeous Gorgeous 7/16 in DTLA!Buy Annie Zaleksi's 33 1/3 Book on Duran Duran's RioCheck out Louie's Duran Duran Essentials Playlist on SpotifyJoin the Pop Pantheon Discord!Follow DJ Louie XIV on InstagramFollow DJ Louie XIV on TwitterFollow Pop Pantheon on InstagramFollow Pop Pantheon on TwitterFollow Annie Zaleski on Twitter

    Metal From The Inside
    Episode 53: Richie Faulkner of Judas Priest

    Metal From The Inside

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 19:27


    On Episode 53 of the Metal From The Inside Podcast, Sydney is joined by Judas Priest guitarist Richie Faulkner ahead of the band's performance at The Met Philadelphia this past March. The pair discuss Richie's health scare in September of last year, the process of deciding the band's setlist for 50 Years of Judas Priest, if the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame needs a rebranding, and the band's work on their forthcoming studio record. Stay up to date with the Metal From The Inside Podcast on all of our socials: Instagram (@metalfromtheinside), Twitter (@MFTIOfficial), Facebook (@metalfromtheinside), YouTube (Metal From The Inside), as well as at www.metalfromtheinside.com! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/metalfromtheinside/support

    JAF Project Podcast
    Counterparts - Steve Smith - June 28th 2022

    JAF Project Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 58:46


    http://www.vitalinformation.com/ Steve Smith's drumming, while decidedly modern, can best be described as a style that embodies the history of U.S. music. Steve is active as a band leader (Steve Smith and Vital Information) as a featured sideman (Mike Stern Group, Zakir Hussain's Masters of Percussion, Steps Ahead, Hiromi-The Trio Project) and as an educator/clinician. Steve Smith grew up in the Boston area and started playing drums at the age of nine in 1963. He studied music at the Berklee College of Music from 1972 to 1976 with Alan Dawson and Gary Chaffee as his private instructors. Over the past 45 years he has toured and recorded with some of the biggest names in jazz and rock - appearing on recordings that have sold over 100 million copies worldwide - including Journey, Bryan Adams, Mariah Carey, Zucchero and Jean-Luc Ponty. Other notable jazz artists Smith has played with include Zakir Hussain, Buddy DeFranco, Benny Golson, Ahmad Jamal, Dave Liebman, Randy Brecker, Michael Brecker, Bill Evans and Hiromi. Smith produced and played on a series of sixteen jazz albums for the Tone Center label featuring players such as Frank Gambale, Stu Hamm, Oteil Burbridge, Larry Coryell, Jerry Goodman, Howard Levy, Steve Marcus, Scott Henderson and Victor Wooten. His release The Best Of Steve Smith – The Tone Center Collection is a sample of some of his favorite tracks from those collaborations. Smith is currently touring with his own all-star band Vital Information featuring Manuel Valera (keyboards) and Janek Gwizdala (bass). The lastest Vital Information release is titled Heart Of The City. Vital Information is approaching its 40th Anniversary, as the first Vital Information album was released in 1983. Wounded Bird Records is starting the celebration with the 2022 release of The Complete Columbia Recordings, a four CD set of the first four Vital Information albums. From 2016-2019 Steve Smith toured with the iconic rock band Journey, the group in which he recorded nine albums with massive hits. In 2017 Smith was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Contact Counterparts through the website: www.counterpartsshow.com

    Inspiration from All Music Radio
    Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame 2022

    Inspiration from All Music Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 34:51


    Best music from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2022

    Easy English Texts
    # 75 – An American singer-songwriter

    Easy English Texts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 7:52


    # 75 – An American singer-songwriter Neil Leslie Diamond- is an American singer-songwriter, born in 1941, he is in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and he received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2018. For his 16th birthday, he got as a gift, his first guitar and started to take lessons, and almost immediately began to write songs. He said that his attraction to songwriting was the "first real interest" he had growing up, while also helped him release his youthful frustrations. Neil Diamond also used his newly developing skill to write poetry, by writing poems for girls he was attracted to in school, he soon learned it often won their hearts. His male classmates took note and began asking him to write poems for them, which they would sing and use it with equal success. In January 2018, Neil Diamond announced that he would stop touring because he was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. Tour dates on the final leg of the Diamond's "50 Year Anniversary World Tour" in Australia and New Zealand were cancelled. "Forever in Blue Jeans", co-written and jointly composed with his guitarist, Richard Bennett. Money talks But it don't sing and dance And it don't walk Long as I can have you Here with me, I'd much rather be Forever in blue jeans Honey's sweet But it ain't nothin' next to baby's treat (are not nothing) And if you pardon me I'd like to say ( I would like) We do okay Forever in blue jeans Maybe tonight Maybe tonight by the fire All alone you and I Nothing around But the sound of my heart And your sighs Money talks But it can't sing and dance And it can't walk And long as I can have you Here with me, I'd much rather be Forever in blue jeans, babe And honey's sweet But it ain't nothin' next to baby's treat And if you pardon me, I'd like to say We do okay Forever in blue jeans Maybe tonight Maybe tonight by the fire All alone you and I Nothing around But the sound of my heart And your sighs Money talks But it don't sing and dance And it don't walk Long as I can have you Here with me I'd much rather be Forever in blue jeans And if you pardon me I'd like to say ( I would like) We do okay Forever in blue jeans babe long as I can have you Here with me I'd much rather be Forever in blue jeans, babe As long as I can have you Here with me I'd much rather be Forever in blue jeans, babe --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/uirapuru/message

    The Road to Now
    #238 The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame w/ John Goehrke

    The Road to Now

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 35:39


    Since 1995, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame located in Cleveland, Ohio has worked to engage, inspire and teach people about the power of Rock music and the musicians. During a recent Avett Brothers tour stop in Cleveland, Bob dropped by the RRHF and spoke with Rock Hall director of guest experience John Goehrke about the history of hall and the broad definition of the term “Rock and Roll” the hall uses in the induction process. If you enjoy this episode, check out our patron-only bonus episode!: Bob and Avett Brother's tour manager, Dane Honeycutt, get a tour of the Hall of Fame's vault from Joe Wickens, Rock Hall's collections and exhibits manager. Get the episode (and more) while supporting our work at Patreon.com/TheRoadToNow. This episode was edited by Gary Fletcher.

    Beers with Dad Podcast
    Just Different Enough

    Beers with Dad Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 61:06


    This week we welcome Taylor Lopour, Pecan Street Brewing's head brewer. Taylor helps the guys make a very special announcement! Chris loved his time in Cleveland, including a visit to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He doesn't have reliable internet, so he has to record from an unexpected location. Nick hits Peak Dad as he raves about the comfort of golf clothes (spoiler: Nick's not a golfer!) John gets a surprise at his new job. Taylor and John both enjoyed the sotol-aged Mexican lager from Beerburg. Chris tried Saugatuck's blueberry maple stout and compares it to Pinthouse's Breakfast at Klaus', a Jaguar Shark variant. Nick renames the "Whatcha Drinkin" segment "I'm Drinking La Verdad And..." NOLA's pineapple hazy IPA. Chris hits us with a dad joke and teaches us about the history and importance of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.  The featured beer style this week is the rice lager; we taste and enjoy Krisp E. Boi from Rock House Brewing and Kaizen from Equal Parts. Happy Father's Day to all the dads out there and Happy 1st Pod-iversary to Beers with Dad! As always, thank you for listening and Happy Father's Day!

    CLE Rocks
    American Music Masters

    CLE Rocks

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 27:12


    In 1996, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame launched its American Music Masters series honoring legends of roots of rock. First up was Woody Guthrie with tribute concert headlined by Bruce Springsteen, Pete Seeger a young Ani DiFranco and more. This episode looks back on the series formation and one of the most unforgettable concerts in Cleveland music history. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Chaz & AJ in the Morning
    Pod Pick: Jimmy Koplik

    Chaz & AJ in the Morning

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 17:58


    Live Nation's Jimmy Koplik was on to recap last week's Chaz and AJ BBQ with Sammy Hagar and the Circle, and George Thorogood and the Destroyers. Chaz asked him about the rehearsal, since there was a rumor the band had been practicing at the Oakdale. Plus, Jimmy teased a big announcement for a soon-to-be Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee.  

    Dr Zeus
    Metal and why The rock ‘n' roll Hall of Fame is the rock ‘n' roll hall of shame!

    Dr Zeus

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 29:36


    Metal has often been given a bad rap and is misunderstood but yet there are these virtuosos within the music. Let's expand on that! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/drzeusfilmpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/drzeusfilmpodcast/support

    Greatest Lists
    The Duran Duran Hall of Fame Episode

    Greatest Lists

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 42:27


    It's a special bonus episode of The Greatest Lists! Jason and Eric are joined by fellow Retro Network contributors and listeners, Tim (@OldSchool80s) and Karen (@KarenFlieger8), to discuss the top ten songs from 2022 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Duran Duran. To find the songs on your favorite music service, use the links below:https://songwhip.com/duran-duranFollow the hosts on Twitter, Eric (@Eric_Vardeman) and Jason (@RD80s), and give them your feedback on this episode's song choice! You can also stream episodes from your browser at our website: https://greatestlists.transistor.fm/★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

    Drinks with Johnny Podcast
    Good Times with Glyn & Charley Johns

    Drinks with Johnny Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 91:55


    On this very special Father's Day edition of Drinks With Johnny, we're joined by the father-daughter duo of Glyn & Charley Johns! Glyn is a Rock & Roll Hall of Fame producer best known for his work with Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, The Eagles, the infamous Get Back sessions with The Beatles, and many more. Charley is a PR director, and friend of the show, who has helped us bring on guests like Shavo Odadjian and many others. We give you a fly on the wall view of what it was like to grow up in the Johns household. Glyn gives us some insight to his recording process, while Charley provides some background on life outside of the studio. With legendary acts frequenting the house to record, we get Charley's perspective on her dad's work and how it helped to forge her own career in music.  We also learn on this episode: Charley's favorite album that her dad produced Why Glyn no longer wears his “goat coat” Which rockstar bought Charley a piano for her 5th birthday Glyn's take on The Beatles' Get Back experience Become a FILTHY ANIMAL and get access to exclusive content: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2qKyxOwoa_Uz5d5xCZEUPw/join Explore more Drinks With Johnny: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/drinkswithjohnny Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drinkswithjohnny Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drinkswithjohnny Twitter: https://twitter.com/drinkswjohnny​​​​ Shop: https://www.drinkswithjohnny.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Icons and Outlaws
    The Beatles

    Icons and Outlaws

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 74:45


    In March of 1957, John Winston Lennon formed a "skiffle" group called The Quarrymen. What is "skiffle," you may be asking? It's a kind of folk music with a blues or jazz flavor that was popular in the 1950s, played by a small group and often incorporating improvised instruments such as washboards. On July 6, '57, Lennon met a guy named James. James Paul McCartney, while playing at the Woolton Parish church fete. In Britain, fêtes are traditional public festivals held outdoors and organized to raise funds for a charity. On February 6, 1958, the young up-and-coming guitarist George Harrison was invited to watch the group perform at Wilson Hall, Garston, Liverpool. He was soon brought in as a regular player. During this period, members continually joined and left the lineup. Finally, Lennon, McCartney, Harrison, and Stuart Sutcliffe (a classmate of Lennon at Liverpool Art College) emerged as the only constant members. One day, the members showed up to a gig wearing different colored shirts, so they decided to call themselves 'The Rainbows.' In a talent show they did in 1959, they called themselves 'Johnny and the Moondogs.' Once again, changing their name to "The Silver Beatles," they eventually decided, on August 17, 1960, on the moniker "The Beatles." Why did they choose the Beatles, Logan? They were huge fans of Buddy Holly and The Crickets – as a way of emulating their heroes, they called themselves after an insect. Right?   Well, According to John Lennon, "It came in a vision – a man appeared on a flaming pie and said unto them, 'from this day forward you are the Beatles with an 'A'! Thank you, mister man, they said, thanking him," he said.   Most of the accounts claim that Lennon's love of wordplay led them to adopt the 'a' eventually. Lennon would explain in a 1964 interview: "It was beat and beetles, and when you said it, people thought of crawly things, and when you read it, it was beat music."   After Lennon died in 1980, George Harrison claimed that the name came about differently in the Beatles' Anthology documentary (as is usually the case).   Harrison claimed that the name, 'The Beatles', came from the 1953 Marlon Brando film, The Wild One. In the film, Brando played a character called 'Johnny' and was in a gang called 'The Beetles.'   This answer would add up considering that the group also flirted with the name of 'Johnny and the Beetles', as well as 'Long John and the Silver Beetles.' Their unofficial manager, Allan Williams, arranged for them to perform in clubs on the Reeperbahn in Hamburg, Germany. On August 16, 1960, McCartney invited a guy named Pete Best to become the group's permanent drummer after watching Best playing with The Blackjacks in the Casbah Club. The Casbah Club was a cellar club operated by Best's mother Mona in West Derby, Liverpool, where The Beatles had played and often visited. They started in Hamburg by playing in the Indra and Kaiserkeller bars and the Top Ten club. George, who was only seventeen years old, had lied about his age, and when this little fact was discovered, he was deported by the German authorities. Paul and Pete thought it was good to start a small fire by lighting an unused condom in their living quarters while leaving it for more luxurious rooms. Arrested and charged for arson, they too were both deported. Lennon and Sutcliffe followed suit and returned to Liverpool in December. While in Germany, they stayed in a small room with bunkbeds. George Harrison admitted in The Beatles Anthology that this made things especially awkward when he crawled under the sheets with a woman for the first time — Lennon, McCartney, and then-drummer Pete Best actually applauded for him after the deed was done. Harrison joked, "At least they kept quiet while I was doing it."   They went back a second time and played the Top Ten Club for three months (April-June 1961). Stuart Sutcliffe decided to remain in Germany to concentrate on painting and left the group during this time. Sutcliffe's departure led McCartney to switch from playing rhythm guitar to bass guitar. While they were playing at the Top Ten, they were recruited by singer Tony Sheridan to act as his "backing band" on a series of recordings for the German Polydor Records label, produced by famed bandleader Bert Kaempfert ("Strangers in the Night", "Danke Schoen"). Kaempfert signed the group to its own Polydor contract at the first session on June 22, 1961. On October 31, Polydor released the recording, My Bonnie (Mein Herz ist bei dir nur), which made it into the German charts under Tony Sheridan and The Beat Brothers. Around 1962, My Bonnie was mentioned in Cashbox as the debut of a "new rock and roll team, Tony Sheridan and the Beatles," and a few copies were also pressed for U.S. disc jockeys. Cashbox, also known as Cash Box, was a music industry trade magazine published initially weekly from July 1942 to November 1996. Ten years after its dissolution, it was revived and continues as Cashbox Magazine, an online magazine with weekly charts and occasional special print issues. The band's third stay in Hamburg was from April 13–May 31, 1962, when they opened The Star Club. However, that stay was dampened when Astrid Kirchherr informed them upon their arrival of Sutcliffe's death from a brain hemorrhage. Astrid, a German photographer, and friend of the Beatles, revealed that her fiancé (and former Beatles bass player) Stuart Sutcliffe had died. No one was more shocked than John Lennon, who reportedly broke out in a fit of hysterical laughter at the idea of losing his art school buddy.   Upon their return from Hamburg, the group was enthusiastically promoted by local promoter Sam Leach, who presented them for the next year and a half on various stages in Liverpool forty-nine times. Brian Epstein (no relation to a particular disgusting human being), took over as the group's manager in 1962 and led The Beatles' quest for a British recording contract. In one now-famous exchange, a senior Decca Records A&R executive named Dick Rowe turned Epstein down flat and informed him that "The Decca audition for guitar groups are on the way out, Mr. Epstein." Remember Decca? They were Buddy Holly's first record label that thought "rock n roll was a fad." Strike two, Decca. Strike two. Epstein eventually met with producer George Martin of EMI's Parlophone label. Martin expressed an interest in hearing the band in the studio. So he invited the band to London's Abbey Road studios to audition on June 6. Martin wasn't particularly impressed by the band's demo recordings but instantly liked them when they met. He concluded that they had raw musical talent but said (in later interviews) that what made the difference for him that fateful day was their wit and humor in the studio.   Martin privately suggested to Brian Epstein that the band use another drummer in the studio. Yikes. Pete Best had some popularity and was considered attractive by many fans. Still, the three founding members had become increasingly unhappy with his popularity and personality, and Epstein had become exasperated with his refusal to adopt the distinctive hairstyle as part of their unified look. So Epstein sacked Best on August 16, 1962. Lennon and McCartney immediately asked their friend Richard Starkey, the drummer for one of the top Merseybeat groups, Rory Storm and the Hurricanes, to join the band. Unfortunately, Rory Storm didn't want to release Starkey but let Starkey out of his contract. Oh... Richard Starkey would eventually be known as "Ringo Starr." He chose Ringo because of the rings he wore, and it also had a cowboy feel to it. His drum solos were referred to as Starr Time.   The Beatles' first EMI session on June 6 did not yield any releasable recordings, but the September sessions produced the minor U.K. hit, "Love Me Do," which peaked on the charts at number 17. The single reached the top of the United States singles chart more than 18 months later in May 1964. This single was swiftly followed by their second single, "Please Please Me." They recorded their first album (also titled Please Please Me) three months later. George Martin capitalized on the wild, live energy the boys perfected in Hamburg and recorded the entire Please Please Me LP in less than 13 hours — saving "Twist and Shout" for last so the taxing vocals wouldn't ruin Lennon's voice before the other songs were done. That's fourteen songs. Luckily, the longest song on the album was only 2 minutes and 54 seconds long. The shortest was a minute and 47 seconds.   The band's first televised performance was on a program called People and Places, transmitted live from Manchester by Granada Television on October 17, 1962. The band experienced massive popularity on the record charts in the U.K. from early 1963. However, Parlophone's American counterpart, Capitol Records (owned by EMI), refused to issue their singles "Love Me Do," "Please Please Me," and "From Me to You" in the United States. Mainly because no British act had ever had a sustained commercial impact on American audiences.   Vee-Jay Records, a small Chicago label, is said by some to have been pressured into issuing these initial singles. Allegedly it was part of a deal for the rights to another performer's masters. Art Roberts, music director of Chicago powerhouse radio station WLS, placed "Please Please Me" into radio rotation in late February 1963, making it possibly the first time the American people heard a Beatles record on American radio. In August 1963, the Philadelphia-based Swan Records tried again with The Beatles' "She Loves You," which failed to receive airplay.   After The Beatles' massive success in 1964, Vee-Jay Records and Swan Records took advantage of their previously secured rights to The Beatles' early recordings and reissued the songs they had rights to, which all reached the top ten of the charts the second time around. Then, in a shifty move, Vee-Jay Records issued some weird L.P. repackaging of the Beatles' material they had and released "Introducing… The Beatles," which was basically The Beatles' debut British album with some minor alterations. Andi Lothian, a former Scottish music promoter, laid claim to the term in that he coined 'Beatlemania" while speaking to a reporter on October 7, 1963 at the Caird Hall in Dundee at a Beatles concert that took place during The Beatles' 1963 Mini-Tour of Scotland. Beatlemania was taking over the world.   In early November 1963, Brian Epstein persuaded Ed Sullivan to commit to presenting The Beatles on three editions of his show in February. He turned this guaranteed exposure into a record deal with Capitol Records. Capitol agreed to a mid-January 1964 release for "I Want to Hold Your Hand." Still, unexpected circumstances triggered premature airplay of an imported copy of the single on a Washington D.C. radio station in mid-December. Capitol brought forward the release of the record on December 26, 1963.   Bob Dylan introduced The Beatles to the cannabis drug in 1964 in a New York hotel room. He offered the "Fab Four" marijuana as a consequence of his misconception that the lyrics in their hit song "I Want to Hold Your Hand" from Meet the Beatles! were "I get high" instead of "I can't hide." This initial partaking in drugs grew into heavier experimentation with LSD and other substances whose psychedelic effects were commonly thought to have manifested themselves in the band's music. The Beatles, in turn, would influence Dylan's move into an electrified rock sound in his music.   Several New York City radio stations—first WMCA, then WINS, and finally, WABC began playing "I Want to Hold Your Hand" on its release day. The Beatlemania that had started in Washington was duplicated in New York and quickly spread to other markets. The record sold one million copies in just ten days. By January 16, Cashbox Magazine had certified The Beatle's record as number one in the edition published with the cover-date January 23, 1964.   This widespread phenomenon contributed to the near-hysterical fan reaction on February 7, 1964 at John F. Kennedy International Airport (which had been renamed in December 1963 from Idlewild Airport). A record-breaking seventy-three million viewers, approximately 40 percent of the U.S. population at the time, tuned in to the first Ed Sullivan Show appearance two days later on February 9. During the week of April 4, The Beatles held the top five places on the Billboard Hot 100, a feat that has never been repeated. They had an additional seven songs at lower positions. That's twelve songs on the Billboard charts at once. Of all the music acts on the charts, 12 percent of the entries consisted of Beatles songs. They were so unaware of their popularity in America that, on their arrival, they initially thought the crowds were there to greet someone else.   Oh, and their Concerts Often Smelled Like Urine Apparently, the masses of young girls who turned up for their concerts, movie premieres, or to wave hello as the Beatles walked off the plane in a new city were apparently too distracted by their love for the band to care about whether or not their bladders were full. DSo, they'd pee themselves.  In 1964, the band undertook their first appearances outside of Europe and North America, touring Australia and New Zealand, notably without Ringo Starr, who was ill and was temporarily replaced by session drummer Jimmy Nicol. When they arrived in Adelaide, The Beatles were greeted by what is reputed to be the largest crowd of their touring career, when over 300,000 people turned out to see them at the Adelaide Town Hall. Yeah, Adelaide's population was only right around 200,000. In September of that year, baseball owner Charles O. Finley paid the band the unheard-of sum of $150,000 to play in Kansas City, Missouri. That's $1,398,914.52 today and utterly unheard of at that time.   In 1965, Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom bestowed the band the Member of the Order of the British Empire or MBE, a civil honor nominated by Prime Minister Harold Wilson.   On August 15, that year, The Beatles performed in the first stadium rock concert in the history of Rock n roll, playing at Shea Stadium in New York to a crowd of 55,600. The stadium's capacity is 57,333. The band later admitted that they had mainly been unable to hear themselves play or sing due to the volume of screaming and cheering. This concert is generally considered when they started disliking playing live shows.   In 1965, recently interested in Indian music, George Harrison purchased a sitar. He played it in the song Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown), the first instance of such an instrument being used on a rock record. He later took sitar lessons from maestro Ravi Shankar, and implemented additional elements of Eastern music and spirituality into his songs, notably Love You To and Within You Without You. These musical decisions significantly increased the influence of Indian music on popular culture in the late 1960s.   In July 1966, when The Beatles toured the Philippines, they unintentionally snubbed the nation's first lady, Imelda Marcos, who had expected the group to attend a breakfast reception at the Presidential Palace. Manager Brian Epstein was forced to give back all the money that the band had earned while there before being allowed to leave the country.   Upon returning from the Philippines, an earlier comment by John Lennon back in March of that year launched a backlash against The Beatles. In an interview with British reporter Maureen Cleave, Lennon had offered his opinion that Christianity was dying and that The Beatles were "more popular than Jesus now." Oops!   There was an immediate response, starting with an announcement by two radio stations in Alabama and Texas that they had banned Beatles' music from their playlists. WAQY DJ, Tommy Charles said: "We just felt it was so absurd and sacrilegious that something ought to be done to show them that they can't get away with this sort of thing." Around two dozen other stations followed suit with similar announcements. Some stations in the South (shocker) went further, organizing demonstrations with bonfires, drawing hordes of teenagers to burn their Beatles' records and other memorabilia publicly. Many people affiliated with churches in the American South took the suggestion seriously.   The Memphis, TN city council, aware that a Beatles' concert was scheduled at the Mid-South Coliseum during the group's upcoming U.S. tour, voted to cancel it. Rather than have "municipal facilities be used as a forum to ridicule anyone's religion" and said, "The Beatles are not welcome in Memphis." On August 13, The Ku Klux Klan nailed a Beatles' album to a wooden cross and subsequently burned it, vowing "vengeance," with conservative groups staging further public burnings of Beatles' records.   Young people across the United States and South Africa burned Beatles records in protest. Then, under tremendous pressure from the American media, John Lennon apologized for his remarks at a press conference in Chicago on August 11, the eve of the first performance of what turned out to be their final tour.   The Beatles performed their last concert at Candlestick Park in San Francisco on August 29, 1966. From that point forward, they focused on recording music. They ended up pioneering more advanced, multi-layered arrangements in popular and pop music. After three months away from each other, they returned to Abbey Road Studios on November 24, 1966, to begin a 129-day recording period in making their eighth album: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, was released on June 1, 1967.   Along with studio tricks such as sound effects, unconventional microphone placements, automatic double-tracking, and vari-speed recording, The Beatles began to augment their recordings with unconventional instruments for rock music at the time. These instruments included string and brass ensembles, Indian instruments such as the sitar and the "swarmandel," tape loops, and early electronic devices, including the "Mellotron," which was used with flute voices on the intro to "Strawberry Fields Forever." McCartney once asked Martin what a guitar would sound like if played underwater and was serious about trying it. Lennon also wondered what his vocals would sound like if he was hanging upside down from the ceiling. Unfortunately, their ideas were ahead of the available technology at the time.   Beginning with the use of a string quartet (arranged by George Martin) on Yesterday in 1965, The Beatles pioneered a modern form of art-rock and art song, exemplified by the double-quartet string arrangement on "Eleanor Rigby" (1966), "Here, There and Everywhere" (1966), and "She's Leaving Home" (1967). In addition, Lennon and McCartney's interest in the music of Johann Sebastian Bach led them to use a piccolo trumpet on the arrangement of "Penny Lane" and a Mellotron at the start of "Strawberry Fields Forever."   On June 25, 1967, the Beatles became the first band globally transmitted on television, in front of an estimated 400 million people worldwide, in a segment within the first-ever worldwide T.V. satellite hook-up, a show entitled Our World. The Beatles were transmitted live from Abbey Road Studios, and their new song "All You Need Is Love" was recorded live during the show.   Following the triumphs of the Sgt. Pepper album and the global broadcast, The Beatles' situation seemingly got worse. First, their manager Brian Epstein died of an overdose of sleeping pills on August 27, 1967, at 32, and the band's business affairs began to unravel. Next, at the end of 1967, they received their first major negative press criticism in the U.K., with disparaging reviews of their surrealistic T.V. film Magical Mystery Tour. The public wasn't a fan, either.   The group spent the early part of 1968 in Rishikesh, Uttar Pradesh, India, studying transcendental meditation with the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. Upon their return, Lennon and McCartney formed Apple Corps, initially a philanthropic business venture they described as an attempt at "western communism." The middle part of 1968 saw the guys busy recording the double album, The Beatles, popularly known as "The White Album" due to its stark white cover. These sessions saw deep divisions beginning within the band, including John Lennon's new girlfriend, Yoko Ono, being at his side through much of the sessions and the feeling that Paul McCartney was becoming too dominating. Paul McCartney gradually took more control of the group. Internal divisions within the band had been a small but growing problem during their earlier career. Most notably, this was reflected in the difficulty that George Harrison experienced in getting his songs onto Beatles' albums, and in the growing artistic and personal differences between John and Paul.   On the business side, Paul wanted Lee Eastman, the father of his wife, Linda Eastman, to manage The Beatles, but the other guys wanted New York manager Allen Klein to represent them. All of the band's decisions in the past were unanimous, but this time the four could not agree on a manager. Lennon, Harrison, and Starr felt the Eastmans would look after McCartney's well-being before the group's. Paul was quoted years later during the Anthology interviews, saying, "Looking back, I can understand why they would feel that was biased against them." Afterward, the band kicked themselves in the ass for the Klein decision, as Klein embezzled millions from their earnings.   Their final live performance was on the rooftop of the Apple building in Savile Row, London, on January 30, 1969, the next-to-last day of the problematic Get Back sessions. Mainly due to Paul McCartney's efforts, they recorded their final album, Abbey Road, in the summer of 1969.   John Lennon announced his departure to the rest of the group on September 20, 1969. The rest of the band talked him out of saying anything publicly. In March 1970, the band gave the "Get Back" session tapes to American producer Phil Spector, whose "Wall of Sound" production was in direct opposition to the record's original intent to appear as a stripped-down live studio performance. McCartney announced the breakup on April 10, 1970, a week before releasing his first solo album, McCartney. On May 8, 1970, the Spector-produced version of Get Back was released as the album Let It Be, followed by the documentary film of the same name. The Beatles' partnership was legally dissolved after McCartney filed a lawsuit on December 31, 1970. Following the group's dissolution, the BBC marketed an extensive collection of Beatles recordings, mainly of original studio sessions from 1963 to 1968. Much of this material formed the basis for a 1988 radio documentary series, The Beeb's Lost Beatles Tapes. Later, in 1994, the best of these sessions were given an official EMI, released on Live at the BBC.   On the evening of December 8 1980, John Lennon was shot and fatally wounded in the archway of the Dakota, his home in New York City. His killer was Mark David Chapman, an American Beatles fan incensed by Lennon's lavish lifestyle and his 1966 comment that the Beatles were "more popular than Jesus." Chapman said he was inspired by the fictional character Holden Caulfield from J. D. Salinger's novel The Catcher in the Rye, a "phony-killer" who despised hypocrisy. Chapman planned the killing over several months and waited for John at the Dakota on the morning of December 8. Early in the evening, Chapman met Lennon, who signed his copy of the album Double Fantasy and subsequently left for a recording session. Later that night, Lennon and his wife, Yoko Ono, returned to the Dakota. As Lennon and Ono approached the building's entrance, Chapman fired five hollow-point bullets from a .38 special revolver, four of which hit John in the back. Chapman remained at the scene reading The Catcher in the Rye until the police arrested him. John Lennon was rushed to Roosevelt Hospital in a police car, where he was pronounced dead on arrival at around 11:15 p.m.   In February 1994, the then-three surviving Beatles reunited to produce and record additional music for a few of John Lennon's old unfinished demos, almost as if reuniting the Beatles. "Free As A Bird" premiered as part of The Beatles Anthology, a series of television documentaries, and was released as a single in December 1995, with "Real Love" following in March 1996. These songs were also included in the three Anthology collections of C.D.s released in 1995 and 1996, each consisting of two C.D.s of never-before-released Beatles material.   On November 29 2001, George Harrison died at a property belonging to Paul McCartney, on Heather Road in Beverly Hills, California. He was 58 years old. As relayed in a statement by his wife Olivia and son Dhani, his final message to the world was: "Everything else can wait, but the search for God cannot wait, and love one another." The Beatles were the best-selling popular musical act of the twentieth century. EMI estimated that by 1985, the band had sold over one billion discs or tapes worldwide. In addition, the Recording Industry Association of America has certified The Beatles as the top-selling artists of all time in the United States based on U.S. sales of singles and albums.   The Beatles have spent 132 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart – by far the most of any artist. Garth Brooks occupied the top spot for 52 weeks, the second most.   The Beatles are one of only two musical acts to have eight consecutive albums on the Billboard 200 all hit No. 1.  – the other being Eminem –   Anthology 1 sold 450,000 copies on its first day of release, reaching the highest volume of single-day sales ever for an album. In 2000, a compilation album named one was released, containing almost every number-one single released by the band from 1962 to 1970. The collection sold 3.6 million copies in its first week and more than 12 million in three weeks worldwide, becoming the fastest-selling album of all time and the biggest-selling album of 2000. The collection also reached number one in the United States and 33 other countries. In 1988, every Beatles member (including Pete Best and Stuart Sutcliffe) was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. www.iconsandoutlaws.com www.accidentaldads.com  

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    Discograffiti
    35. Electric Light Orchestra Part 2 with Zach Hart: 1977-2019

    Discograffiti

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 80:15


    Joe and Dave welcome Zach Hart of The Needle Drop to discuss the second half of Electric Light Orchestra's career. All releases are rated from 0 to 5 stars, and Joe, Dave, and Zach name their three favorite and least favorite ELO records. - Official playlist curated by Joe and Dave on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7cKtIwZPes817nnRTVXJ6g?si=5947678a2cbd417f - "Mr. Blue Sky" live in 1978, at the height of their powers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g6H99uK_MgI - The infamous "Lift Me Up" video in its inexplicable glory: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kly8Wu-MlQc - At their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony in 2017: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5H5ZSaLD7s EPISODE LINKS Zach's Twitter: https://twitter.com/welistenforyou Zach's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/welistenforyou/ CONNECT Join our Soldiers of Sound Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1839109176272153 Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/discograffiti Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/discograffitipod/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Discograffiti/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Discograffiti Web site: http://discograffiti.com/ CONTACT DAVE Email: dave@discograffiti.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/DaveGebroe Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/davidgebroe/ CONTACT JOE Email: joe@discograffiti.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/JoeyKInLA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joekennedyjr/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/discograffiti/message

    The Five Count
    The Five Count’s 18-Year Anniversary – An Evening With Styx’s James “J.Y.” Young…

    The Five Count

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 119:41


    Check Playlist This “18-year anniversary” edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with musician James “J.Y.” Young. James is best known as the founder and guitarist for the band Styx. Playing on hits like Lady, Come Sail Away, Mr. Roboto and Renegade, James has been with Styx since its inception in 1972. During the show he discussed the 50th anniversary of Styx, why they aren't in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and getting back on the road after the pandemic. See them in Rochester at the Mayo Civic Center in 2023! During the rest of the show we reminisced about the last 18 years of The Five Count, discussed the upcoming revivals of Bloodsport and Willow, and gave away tickets to see New Kids on the Block on June 14 at Xcel Energy Center. After all these years, we still got the right stuff! https://youtu.be/rkGQGz7dvTs

    WGN - The Dave Plier Podcast
    Wendy Snyder and Dave Plier discuss Rock & Roll Hall of Fame snubs

    WGN - The Dave Plier Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022


    Wendy Snyder joins Dave Plier before she fills in for Bob Sirott on Thursday June 16th and Friday June 17th from 6-10am. Dave and Wendy talk about a recent article highlighting life-long snubs at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

    JBK On Air
    #41 - Leah Longbrake

    JBK On Air

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 36:18


    Leah Longbrake is a TV/podcast producer and host based out of Cleveland, OH. She talks about her experience in TV fulfilling multiple roles at previous stations including social media responsibilities and managing interns. Leah also mentions her love for music as a Cleveland native, sharing her previous experience as a former employee for the Rock N' Roll Hall of Fame.

    Adam Carolla Show
    Part 1: If it Steers, it Clears + Kyle Gallner (ACS June 10)

    Adam Carolla Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 74:04


    Adam laments on how Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis ruined an entire decade of music and learns they will soon be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The gang looks at LA's new ‘heat tsar' and Adam wonders why they still haven't appointed a ‘traffic tsar'. They are joined by actor Kyle Gallner who talks about his new movie ‘Dinner in America', working with Clint Eastwood, Punk Rock music, and how he got started acting early in his life. THANKS FOR SUPPORTING TODAY'S SPONSORS: BetterHelp.com/CAROLLA SimpliSafe.com/ADAM Keeps.com/ADAM Geico.com HyundaiUSA.com

    InObscuria Podcast
    Ep. 129: R.I.P. Alan White

    InObscuria Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 92:43


    It is again with heavy hearts that we deliver this week's episode about yet another fallen drummer: the amazing Mr. Alan White. The YES drummer passed away on May 26, 2022, at the age of 72 after dealing with some more recent illnesses. Kevin has a very deep connection to YES and Alan as a lifelong fan and student of their music. While not an obscure band by any means (the Rock & Roll Hall-of-Famers have sold 13.5 million RIAA-certified albums in the US, as well as more than 30 million albums worldwide and in 1985, they won a Grammy award), Alan had a number of side projects and collaborations during his 50-year tenure with YES. Another tough loss for the classic and progressive rock community.New to InObscuria? Typically, what we do is exhume obscure Rock n' Punk n' Metal in one of 3 categories: the Lost, the Forgotten, or the Should Have Beens. In the case of this particular episode, we are leaning towards the LOST. We are paying tribute to another titan of rock drummers! Rest In Peace Alan. Heaven's rhythm section just got mightier!Songs this week include:Adrian Belew / Alan White / Keith Emerson – “In The Flesh?” from Back Against The Wall – A Tribute To Pink Floyd (2005)White – “Fate” from White (2006)Yes – “Make It Easy / Owner Of A Lonely Heart” from Union Live (1991)Alan White – “One Way Rag” from Ramshackled (1976)CIRCA: – “Information Overload” from CIRCA: (2006)Levin-Torn-White – “The Hood Fell” from Levin Torn White (2011)Yes – “The Calling” from Endless Dream: New York 6.19.94 (1994)Please subscribe everywhere that you listen to podcasts!Visit us: https://inobscuria.com/https://www.facebook.com/InObscuriahttps://twitter.com/inobscuriahttps://www.instagram.com/inobscuria/Buy cool stuff with our logo on it!: https://www.redbubble.com/people/InObscuria?asc=uIf you'd like to check out Kevin's band THE SWEAR, take a listen on all streaming services or pick up a digital copy of their latest release here: https://theswear.bandcamp.com/If you want to hear Robert and Kevin's band from the late 90s – early 00s BIG JACK PNEUMATIC, check it out here: https://bigjackpnuematic.bandcamp.com/Check out Robert's amazing fire sculptures and metal workings here: http://flamewerx.com/

    Spot Lyte On...
    Best of Spot Lyte On - Marco Collins

    Spot Lyte On...

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 48:17


    We've put the "Gone Fishing" sign up here at Spot Lyte On… as we wrap up Season 6 and get things ready for the next one. But that doesn't mean we want you to miss out on your weekly dose of LP's conversations with his fascinating guests. So we'll be featuring a few "best of" Spot Lyte On… episodes over the next few weeks. Marco Collins is a Seattle radio personality best known as the flagship DJ and Music Director at Seattle's 107.7 ‘The End' during the 1990s grunge explosion which landed him a spot in The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame.  Although he worked at a number of radio stations on the West Coast, VH1, and several record labels/management teams, the role he played in the 90s is what made Seattle synonymous with grunge music. Marco was instrumental in breaking artists such as Nirvana, Beck, Weezer, The Presidents of the United States of America, Foo Fighters, Garbage, and Harvey Danger. He also championed little-known bands, often being the one to break them into the mainstream. The bands that Marco broke went on to international stardom, which helped establish him as one of music's most influential tastemakers. Learn more about Lyte. 

    Rock & Roll High School With Pete Ganbarg
    Jorma Kaukonen (Jefferson Airplane/Hot Tuna)

    Rock & Roll High School With Pete Ganbarg

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 84:51


    Classic rock and jam band pioneer, GRAMMY Lifetime Achievement Award winner, and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member Jorma Kaukonen of Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna joins us this week to walk us through his remarkable 60 year career. Listen as Jorma takes us through his very first band with childhood friend Jack Casady (still his Hot Tuna bandmate today!) his relationship and recordings with Janis Joplin plus the monumental influence of Jerry Garcia on Jefferson Airplane. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Rock in Retrospect
    Lloyd Price

    Rock in Retrospect

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 96:43


    Courtney E. Smith (host of the Songs in the Key of Death podcast) joins us to discuss the life and career of the legendary R&B singer Lloyd Price. Topics discussed include Lloyd's earliest success as a musician, starting an independent music label in the 1950s, his many business ventures outside the music industry, his induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1998 and the recent stage musical based on his life and music. After listening to this episode, you'll gain a  new appreciation for this trailblazing icon of early rock and roll.

    KrisCross Corner
    135. Semen in the Mayonnaise | New Detroit Community Center | Future Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductees Top 20 Ne-Yo Songs (feat. The Great Debaterz)

    KrisCross Corner

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 84:46


    Burger King Employee fired after putting semen in the mayonnaise…Burger King Austria launches Whopper w/ Matching Buns for Pride Month...Tom Gores will be spending $20 Million to build a new 25,000 sqft community center at Rouge Park. It will also update the pool and locker facilities...Deshaun Watson hit with 24 lawsuits of sexual misconduct during massage therapy sessions. His Attorney said, “Happy Ending Are Not Illegal.”...AND Kris' Top 20 Ne-Yo Songs for Basil Lowe. Watch the podcast on YouTube & KrisCross Corner Facebook Group. Subscribe & Support the podcast here: www.anchor.fm/kriscrosscorner/support Connect with the podcast on social media @kriscrosscorner on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Tiktok. Find the KrisCross Corner Podcast on the following platforms: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/21S54f6JNK3mxkVkVgGAxH Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/kriscross-corner/id1522403680?uo=4 Anchor.fm: https://anchor.fm/kriscrosscorner RSS Feed: https://anchor.fm/s/2578eab8/podcast/rss Overcast: https://overcast.fm/itunes1522403680/kriscross-corner Breaker: https://www.breaker.audio/kriscross-corner-2 Head over to shopkriscross.com for podcast merch, DETROIT merch, and more! PROMO CODE: SHIP for free shipping. --- 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/kriscrosscorner/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kriscrosscorner/support

    The Touring Fan Live
    Another Unnecessary List, EP 2 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2022

    The Touring Fan Live

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 63:54


    The rock and roll hall of fame is right around the corner! On the newest episode of Another unnecessary list, Brian Methe and Anthony K will be breakdown this years class.Performer CategoryPat BenatarDuran DuranEminemEurythmicsDolly PartonLionel RichieCarly SimonMusical Excellence AwardJudas PriestWe will be chatting about the nominees, our thoughts on the Rock and roll hall of fame, who isn't in it, who has been selected and we will talk about our top 5 bands that should be in the rock and roll hall of fame and are not. Then talk about 5 vans that shouldn't be in the rock and roll hall of fame.Tune in June 6th 2022 at 9pm on either our YouTube Channel or a Facebook live to watch the show. Or you can listen to the podcast version on June 7th, wherever you listen to your favorite podcast. Just search The touring fan live and like/ Subscribe!

    Even the Rich
    Saint Dolly | Crying at Dollywood with Justin Kirkland | 4

    Even the Rich

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 38:01


    Dolly Parton fandom has reached new heights over the last few years. Her admirers run the gamut: From city slickers to small town folk, conservative churches to RuPaul's Drag Race. But she's always been Dolly. So why all the love and appreciation now? Culture writer Justin Kirkland joins Brooke and Aricia to unpack Dolly's recent spike in popularity, how meeting Dolly set him up for a career in journalism, and what was going on when she tried to turn down a spot in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame?!For more, check out Justin's podcast, My Year with Dolly, where he breaks down every Dolly Parton album.Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App. https://wondery.app.link/eventherichPlease support us by supporting our sponsors!Wooga: June's Journey - Find your inner detective. Download June's Journey FREE today on the Apple App Store or Google Play!Indeed - Get started with a $75 job credit and upgrade your job post at indeed.com/rich!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Chicago's Afternoon News with Steve Bertrand
    2022 Illinois Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees honored Sunday

    Chicago's Afternoon News with Steve Bertrand

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022


    Ron Romero, founder and executive director of the Illinois Rock and Roll Museum on Route 66, joins Lisa Dent on Chicago’s Afternoon News to recap the 2nd Annual Hall Of Fame induction which included Styx, Chuck Berry, Sam Cooke, Jim Peterik, and WGN Radio’s John Landecker. Follow Your Favorite Chicago’s Afternoon News Personalities on Twitter:Follow @LisaDentSpeaksFollow […]

    Joe Madison the Black Eagle
    GOP's List of Democracy Ruining And The Ohio Players

    Joe Madison the Black Eagle

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 32:22


    What a way to end this week. Joe Madison will read a list of what the GOP is doing to further destroy this democracy, and what they have already done so far politically. Also, as you know, Joe Madison is a huge fan of the Ohio Players and has stated that the group should be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Guess who surprises him with a call? James "Diamond" Williams, the drummer for the Ohio Players. 

    Music Life
    Music is abstract, lyrics are concrete, with Elvis Costello, Marisa Monte, Jorge Drexler and Leo Sidran

    Music Life

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 41:54


    Elvis Costello, Marisa Monte, Jorge Drexler and Leo Sidran discuss how to create emotional lyrics, shouting to make yourself heard, arriving at the idea of a song through its title, competing with the scale of music, and working in multiple languages. Elvis Costello is a singer, songwriter, and producer who has sold millions of records both as a solo artist and with his amazing bands. His diverse genres and thoughtful lyrics have earned him various accolades including two Grammys, and an induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Marisa Monte is widely recognized as one of the greatest Brazilian singers and composers of all time. She completely shook up the role of women in the Brazilian music landscape, by becoming her own producer, business, and artistic director. She's received four Latin Grammys so far, and is one-third of Brazilian supergroup Tribalistas. Jorge Drexler is a musician, singer, and composer from Uruguay. He trained as a doctor, but soon realised he wanted to dedicate his life to music. He's been releasing records for over 30 years, combining styles from across the Iberoamerican world. Latin Grammy-winning producer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Leo Sidran's fascination with Spanish culture has led him to a celebrated career in music producing, composing and podcasting. Early in his career, he was “guided” on the drums by James Brown's drummer Clyde Stubblefield.

    InObscuria Podcast
    Ep. 128: Degrees Of Separation... RUSH

    InObscuria Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 85:22


    This week is our 7th installment of, “Degrees Of Separation…” where we discuss the more obscure side projects and solo releases from some not-so-obscure artists. This week we were touched by the spirit of radio! That's right: RUSH! We had to dig deep to get songs from these 3 Canadian phenoms outside of the mighty RUSH. Known for their hectic schedule and amazing work ethic of record-tour-record-tour throughout their 40+ year career, we were able to cobble together some unique songs outside their main gigs. Hope ya dig!New to InObscuria? It's all about excavating obscure Rock n' Punk n' Metal from one of 3 categories: the Lost, the Forgotten, or the Should Have Beens. While we may be talking about bands that you know intimately in this episode, perhaps you are not aware of the depth of side projects they have had over their long careers. Our hope is that we turn you on to something new!Songs this week include:Victor – “Start Today” from Victor (1996)I Mother Earth – “Good For Sule” from Blue Green Orange (1999)Jeff Berlin & Vox Humana – “Champion (Of The World)” from Champion (1985)Platinum Blonde – “Crying Over You” from Alien Shores (1985)The Big Dirty Band – “I Fought The Law” from Trailer Park Boys: The Movie Soundtrack (2006)Vertical Horizon – “Instamatic” from Echoes From The Underground (2013)Envy Of None – “Spy House” from Envy Of None (2022)Please subscribe everywhere that you listen to podcasts!Visit us: https://inobscuria.com/https://www.facebook.com/InObscuriahttps://twitter.com/inobscuriahttps://www.instagram.com/inobscuria/Buy cool stuff with our logo on it!: https://www.redbubble.com/people/InObscuria?asc=uIf you'd like to check out Kevin's band THE SWEAR, take a listen on all streaming services or pick up a digital copy of their latest release here: https://theswear.bandcamp.com/If you want to hear Robert and Kevin's band from the late 90s – early 00s BIG JACK PNEUMATIC, check it out here: https://bigjackpnuematic.bandcamp.com/Check out Robert's amazing fire sculptures and metal workings here: http://flamewerx.com/

    Chuck Shute Podcast
    Jim McCarty (The Yardbirds)

    Chuck Shute Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 45:55


    Jim McCarty is the drummer and founding member of the Yardbirds. The Yardbirds featured three legendary guitarists: Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page. The band was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1992 and rank #89 on Rolling Stone's list of “100 Greatest Artists of All Time.”  Jim has a new book out titled “She Walks in Beauty: My Quest for the Bigger Picture.” In this interview we discuss the best Yardbirds guitarist, playing Ouija boards with Jimmy Page, Jim's bad experience with LSD, hearing Paul McCartney play him an early version of “Yesterday” and more! 00:00 - Intro00:38 - Quitting the Day Job 03:05 - Putting Out Albums Vs. Singles 05:05 - Pussycat Dolls Song & Royalties 08:30 - Recording New Music 09:20 - Best Guitarist? 11:30 - Jimmy Page & Ouija Boards 14:30 - Linked Together & Global Consciousness 18:15 - Visions Before Death & Charlie Watts 19:40 - Birds & Butterflies 21:30 - Signs, Synchronicity  & Salvador Dali 24:42 - Drugs & LSD 30:20 - Religion, Morality & Philosophy 36:30 - Success, Fame & Gratitude 37:48 - Interactions with The Beatles 40:18 - Other Memories & Touring w/ The Yardbirds 42:35 - Sarcoma Foundation 44:40 - Outro Jim McCarty website:http://www.jamesmccarty.comSarcoma Foundation of America website:https://www.curesarcoma.orgChuck Shute website:http://chuckshute.comSupport the show

    Reliving My Youth
    Darryl "DMC" McDaniels

    Reliving My Youth

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 54:23


    Happy 5th birthday to Reliving My Youth!! Noel catches up with "The King of Rock" Darryl "DMC" McDaniels. Run-DMC is one of the most influential acts in not only hip-hop, but in all of music. They took hardcore hip-hop from an underground street sensation to a pop-culture phenomenon. The trio was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2009. Run-DMC received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2016. Darryl just released his latest book, "Darryl's Dream."

    Caropop
    Gerald Casale, Pt. 1

    Caropop

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 47:26


    Devo's Gerald Casale helped conceive the concept of “de-evolution,” but even he didn't think things would get so bad. He's also not happy about that Rock and Roll Hall of Fame snub, and he has frustrations with band co-leader Mark Mothersbaugh. Devo's striking visuals and presentation, often conceived by Casale, may lead some to overlook this groundbreaking band's power. We dig into the music here, how Casale and Mothersbaugh wrote those songs and who did what. He also discusses Devo's Saturday Night Live debut (and how Neil Young factored in). Did the band wear yellow jumpsuits and red Energy Domes into the studio? You'll find out.

    Naked Lunch
    Jimmy Jam

    Naked Lunch

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 81:29


    Phil Rosenthal and David Wild have lunch with Rock And Roll Hall of Fame member and Grammy award winner Jimmy Jam. Phil, David, and Jimmy sit down at the SiriusXM Garage to discuss Jimmy's amazing career over his favorite salad from Mendocino Farms. Jimmy talks about working with legendary artists, his origins as a young musician, the support of his mother and reconciliation with his father and how that has influenced being a parent himself. Jimmy also discusses his early days with Prince, the process of producing records with Janet Jackson, the influence of Clarence Avant, legacy, process, parenthood, and more. Enjoy this episode of Naked Lunch. To learn more about building community through food and Somebody Feed the People, visit the Philanthropy page at Phil Rosenthal World dot com. 

    Moods & Modes
    Best of Moods & Modes: Peter Green, Part 2

    Moods & Modes

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 53:08


    At the tail end of the 60s, an unlikely meeting took place in Chicago between some prominent traditional blues artists and a chart-topping rock band from the UK. The results would reverberate for decades to come. In this episode, you'll hear a discussion on the importance of this session along with further insights into the impact of the late, great Peter Green with guests Dave Rubin (author of Guitar Method) and Andy Aledort (Guitar Magazine).Peter Green was a British blues rock guitarist and composer. As the founder of Fleetwood Mac, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998. Green founded Fleetwood Mac in 1967 after a stint in John Mayall's Bluesbreakers and quickly established the new band as a popular live act in addition to a successful recording act, before departing in 1970. Green's songs, such as “Albatross”, “Black Magic Woman”, “Oh Well”, “The Green Manalishi (With the Two Prong Crown)” and “Man of the World”, appeared on singles charts, and have been adapted by a variety of musicians. Green was a major figure in the “second great epoch” of the British blues movement. Eric Clapton praised his guitar playing, and B.B. King commented, “He has the sweetest tone I ever heard; he was the only one who gave me the cold sweats.” His trademark sound included string bending, vibrato, and economy of style.In 2015, Rolling Stone ranked him at number 58 in its list of the “100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time”.Moods & Modes is presented by Osiris Media. Hosted and Produced by Alex Skolnick. Osiris Production by Kirsten Cluthe and Matt Dwyer. Editing and mixing by Matt Dwyer. Music by Alex Skolnick. Artwork by Mark Dowd. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    Cigar Coop Prime Time Show
    Prime Time Jukebox Episode 71 Audio: Songs You Would Be Surprised We Love

    Cigar Coop Prime Time Show

    Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 108:39


    It's TRUE CONFESSIONS TIME as Dave and Coop reveal all. We will fess up to all of the songs you would be completely surprised each likes. In addition we will discuss Harry Styles new album, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductions, Dave's Dolly Parton cake, the Developing Palates Review of the Week, Pepsi ending sponsorship of the Super Bowl Halftime Show, and a new tour for Bruce Springsteen. We will also look back at the careers of Andrew Fletcher, Mickey Gilley and Alan White. Finally, the prize winners from BOTB 90s Madness will be announced For this show, Dave smokes the Crowned Heads Mule Kick LE 2022, while Coop smokes the Diamond Crown Julius Caesar Et Tu Brute by J.C. Newman.. Tune in to the premiere on the Cigar Coop Facebook Live page on Monday 5/30 at a 8pm ET start As always you can follow along with our Spotify Playlists: Full Episode 71 Playlist References Harry's House Album Review: Harry at the Crossroads – Messy, but Full of Love Danger Mouse and Black Thought's No Gold Teeth: All my Hip Hop Christmases at Once 90s Madness: Nirvana Defeats Pearl Jam to Claim Title Kendrick Lamar's Mother I Sober: A Journey of Post Traumatic Growth That Will Change Your Life Country Music Icon Mickey Gilley Dies at 86 Yes Drummer Alan White Dead at 72 Depeche Mode's Andy Fletcher Dead at 60 Pepsi Pulls Out of Super Bowl Halftime Show Sponsorship Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band Return to Touring in 2023 Def Leppard: Hysteria

    Cigar Coop Prime Time Show
    Prime Time Jukebox Episode 71: Songs You Would Be Surprised We Love

    Cigar Coop Prime Time Show

    Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 108:39


    It's TRUE CONFESSIONS TIME as Dave and Coop reveal all. We will fess up to all of the songs you would be completely surprised each likes. In addition we will discuss Harry Styles new album, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductions, Dave's Dolly Parton cake, the Developing Palates Review of the Week, Pepsi ending sponsorship of the Super Bowl Halftime Show, and a new tour for Bruce Springsteen. We will also look back at the careers of Andrew Fletcher, Mickey Gilley and Alan White. Finally, the prize winners from BOTB 90s Madness will be announced For this show, Dave smokes the Crowned Heads Mule Kick LE 2022, while Coop smokes the Diamond Crown Julius Caesar Et Tu Brute by J.C. Newman.. Tune in to the premiere on the Cigar Coop Facebook Live page on Monday 5/30 at a 8pm ET start As always you can follow along with our Spotify Playlists: Full Episode 71 Playlist References Harry's House Album Review: Harry at the Crossroads – Messy, but Full of Love Danger Mouse and Black Thought's No Gold Teeth: All my Hip Hop Christmases at Once 90s Madness: Nirvana Defeats Pearl Jam to Claim Title Kendrick Lamar's Mother I Sober: A Journey of Post Traumatic Growth That Will Change Your Life Country Music Icon Mickey Gilley Dies at 86 Yes Drummer Alan White Dead at 72 Depeche Mode's Andy Fletcher Dead at 60 Pepsi Pulls Out of Super Bowl Halftime Show Sponsorship Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band Return to Touring in 2023 Def Leppard: Hysteria

    My Name is Sherman His Name is Sherman
    Episode 30 - Stupid is ...

    My Name is Sherman His Name is Sherman

    Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 19:14


    This is definitely our best episode we've ever released on a secular holiday. Why's that? Well, the first rule of Fight Club is broken, there's a new segment, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is taken to task, and of course, there's talk of ice cream.

    Vintage Rock Pod - Classic Rock Interviews
    *THIS DAY ROCKS* What a Package!

    Vintage Rock Pod - Classic Rock Interviews

    Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 5:41


    We hear from a Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee, whose band was part of an incredible package tour in 1967 which featured incredible acts on one bill, such as Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd and Cream! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Rock N Roll Pantheon
    Decibel Geek 477: New Noize Weekly - Week of 05.25.22

    Rock N Roll Pantheon

    Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 59:04


    We're back to talk current rock news with the weekly edition of New Noize as we close out May of 2022! There's lots to get to so let's get going!A less-than-credible source has stated that Motley Crue are doing rehearsals with Vince Neil's son in case dear old dad isn't up to the task of the upcoming Stadium Tour. Is this a nothingburger or could there be something to it? We share our thoughts.The tongue-meister himself, Gene Simmons, recently made waves at a KISS soundcheck in Hartford, CT as he donned a bath robe (with nothing under it) in front of fans that paid to be in attendance. Chris made a simple joke post on Facebook for laughs and all hell broke loose. We address the God of Slumber as well as some choice comments from the post on social media.Mental health came to the forefront in a couple of recent stories including the recent death of Black Dhalia Murder's Trevor Strnad as well as an out-of-character moment onstage between Metallica's James Hetfield and his band mates. We talk about both stories as well as share our thoughts on mental health struggles.Def Leppard's Joe Elliott recently made headlines calling their upcoming 'Diamond Star Halos' album "career defining" as well as comparing it to some pretty legendary releases by other groups. A few songs have been released so far. We each share our thoughts on what's been released as well as our expectations for the new album.Other stories covered this week include KK Downing getting the green light for the upcoming Judas Priest Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame induction, Spinal Tap finally doing a sequel, and the online original music competition show by Hit Parader called 'No Cover.'We hope you enjoy New Noize Weekly and SHARE with a friend!Decibel Geek is a proud member of the Pantheon Podcasts family.Contact Us!Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunesJoin the Facebook Fan PageFollow on TwitterFollow on InstagramE-mail UsSubscribe to our Youtube channel!Support Us!Buy a T-Shirt!Donate to the show!Stream Us!Stitcher RadioSpreakerTuneInBecome a VIP Subscriber!Click HERE for more info!Comment BelowDirect Download

    Rock N Roll Pantheon
    Decibel Geek 477: New Noize Weekly - Week of 05.25.22

    Rock N Roll Pantheon

    Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 60:34


    We're back to talk current rock news with the weekly edition of New Noize as we close out May of 2022! There's lots to get to so let's get going! A less-than-credible source has stated that Motley Crue are doing rehearsals with Vince Neil's son in case dear old dad isn't up to the task of the upcoming Stadium Tour. Is this a nothingburger or could there be something to it? We share our thoughts. The tongue-meister himself, Gene Simmons, recently made waves at a KISS soundcheck in Hartford, CT as he donned a bath robe (with nothing under it) in front of fans that paid to be in attendance. Chris made a simple joke post on Facebook for laughs and all hell broke loose. We address the God of Slumber as well as some choice comments from the post on social media. Mental health came to the forefront in a couple of recent stories including the recent death of Black Dhalia Murder's Trevor Strnad as well as an out-of-character moment onstage between Metallica's James Hetfield and his band mates. We talk about both stories as well as share our thoughts on mental health struggles. Def Leppard's Joe Elliott recently made headlines calling their upcoming 'Diamond Star Halos' album "career defining" as well as comparing it to some pretty legendary releases by other groups. A few songs have been released so far. We each share our thoughts on what's been released as well as our expectations for the new album. Other stories covered this week include KK Downing getting the green light for the upcoming Judas Priest Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame induction, Spinal Tap finally doing a sequel, and the online original music competition show by Hit Parader called 'No Cover.' We hope you enjoy New Noize Weekly and SHARE with a friend! Decibel Geek is a proud member of the Pantheon Podcasts family. Contact Us! Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunes Join the Facebook Fan Page Follow on Twitter Follow on Instagram E-mail Us Subscribe to our Youtube channel! Support Us! Buy a T-Shirt! Donate to the show! Stream Us! Stitcher Radio Spreaker TuneIn Become a VIP Subscriber! Click HERE for more info! Comment Below Direct Download Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Decibel Geek Podcast
    New Noize Weekly - Week of 05.25.22 - Ep477

    Decibel Geek Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 59:04


    We're back to talk current rock news with the weekly edition of New Noize as we close out May of 2022! There's lots to get to so let's get going!A less-than-credible source has stated that Motley Crue are doing rehearsals with Vince Neil's son in case dear old dad isn't up to the task of the upcoming Stadium Tour. Is this a nothingburger or could there be something to it? We share our thoughts.The tongue-meister himself, Gene Simmons, recently made waves at a KISS soundcheck in Hartford, CT as he donned a bath robe (with nothing under it) in front of fans that paid to be in attendance. Chris made a simple joke post on Facebook for laughs and all hell broke loose. We address the God of Slumber as well as some choice comments from the post on social media.Mental health came to the forefront in a couple of recent stories including the recent death of Black Dhalia Murder's Trevor Strnad as well as an out-of-character moment onstage between Metallica's James Hetfield and his band mates. We talk about both stories as well as share our thoughts on mental health struggles.Def Leppard's Joe Elliott recently made headlines calling their upcoming 'Diamond Star Halos' album "career defining" as well as comparing it to some pretty legendary releases by other groups. A few songs have been released so far. We each share our thoughts on what's been released as well as our expectations for the new album.Other stories covered this week include KK Downing getting the green light for the upcoming Judas Priest Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame induction, Spinal Tap finally doing a sequel, and the online original music competition show by Hit Parader called 'No Cover.'We hope you enjoy New Noize Weekly and SHARE with a friend!Decibel Geek is a proud member of the Pantheon Podcasts family.Contact Us!Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunesJoin the Facebook Fan PageFollow on TwitterFollow on InstagramE-mail UsSubscribe to our Youtube channel!Support Us!Buy a T-Shirt!Donate to the show!Stream Us!Stitcher RadioSpreakerTuneInBecome a VIP Subscriber!Click HERE for more info!Comment BelowDirect Download