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What makes a song a smash? Talent? Luck? Timing? All that—and more. Chris Molanphy, pop-chart analyst and author of Slate’s “Why Is This Song No. 1?” series, tells tales from a half-century of chart history. Through storytelling, trivia and song snippets, Chris dissects how that song you love—or hate—dominated the airwaves, made its way to the top of the charts and shaped your memories forever.
 
NAMM’s resident Music Historian Dan Del Fiorentino and co-hosts Michael Mullens, and Ashley Allison examine the innovative creations, evolution of musical instruments, the changing world of music retail, music industry icons, and other topics covered in NAMM’s Oral History program. The NAMM Oral History program boasts over 4,500 interviews and is continually growing. For more information about NAMM’s Oral History program please visit https://www.namm.org/library.
 
Join Tony Stuart and Aaron Badgley as they hop in the 'way-back music machine' for a road trip along the rock and roll highway. Each week they'll stop at important events in music history, and discuss Billboard's charts for that time period as well. Every show ends with a return to the present and a look at what the kids are listening to today. Plus, we'll post a Spotify playlist that goes with each episode!
 
Welcome to the Brony Music History podcast! Over the past ten years, the My Little Pony fandom has produced a rich and varied tapestry of soundscapes that have touched the lives of hundreds of thousands of people. Join me, Rock Fox, as we interview artists from across the full spectrum of horse music to hear the stories and choons that shaped the scene. Fully unscripted and unedited! Follow me on the socials to get updates on future episodes and tune into my weekly radio show on PonyvilleFM: ...
 
Hello Again, and Welcome to Crime In Music! Every other week, we'll bring you a true-crime podcast about people in & around the Music Business and their mis-adventures in Law-Breaking! We talk about such things as: #CrimeHistory #MurderMystery #MusicHistory #truecrime #MusicBusiness #CrimeInMusic If you like that sort of thing, Check Us Out, Hit Subscribe & Tell a Friend! Proud part of Pantheon - the podcast network for music lovers.
 
Ongoing History of New Music looks at things from the alt-rock universe to hip hop, from artist profiles to various thematic explorations. It is Canada’s most well known music documentary hosted by the legendary Alan Cross. Whatever the episode, you’re definitely going to learn something that you might not find anywhere else. Trust us on this.
 
Music For Daze Entertainment is a New York City based entertainment group started in 2007, with the ultimate goal being bringing great original and uplifting music to the masses. We specialize in music entertainment in front of audiences and behind the scenes production. Mastering Music, Blending Songs, Unique Instrumental Production, Song Writing and Artist Promotion. Contact us for any of your musical needs. The first featured artist, Dom P, is catching a buzz in Nyc, Va and NJ and soon, w ...
 
Our program aims to bring people of varying academic knowledge closer together in an environment that caters to both the advanced student and anyone who wants to learn about how music works, the story of its origin, and its development and impact through time. Every episode builds upon the previous installment, providing the listener with theoretical knowledge that can be used to analyze the events, musicians and works we discuss. Listeners are strongly encouraged to join in the discussion o ...
 
Say Something Nice Podcast covers movies, TV shows, music artists and albums, comic books, tech, pop culture news, film news, television news, film history, music history, Motown, Stax, soul music, R&B music, animation, Black & African-American films and filmmakers, and much more. Copyright Say Something Nice Podcast. All rights reserved.
 
We are musicians, composers, engineers, teachers and students alike. The path of a musician can be challenging and uncertain but it can also be enriching and great fun! This is the path we chose and we are here as your resource. Explore theory, history, ear training, technique, special topics and overall musicianship.
 
A podcast focusing on a musical artists' discography. A different artist every season. Currently on Season 2: Are You Amused?: a critical analysis of the history, cultural impact, and music of Muse. Join Adam, Steve, and Lucas, as they tackle an artists' entire discography. They're going album by album, track by track, to find out if context can change your experience of music, how people become obsessed with artists, and to ultimately answer the question 'what is music?' For each artist one ...
 
History is Sexy is a podcast presented by historian Dr Emma Southon and writer Janina Matthewson answering listener questions about history. What did the Romans do for us? Where did marrying for love come from? What was world war one all about? Produced and edited by Oliver Kealey. Theme music by Ketsa.
 
Building on the work of many others, this series of podcasts charts the development of Australian Music. The Chart series commences at 1957 with the introduction of Top 40 charts. Other series will focus on Singers and Groups. Whilst 1957 is the starting-point, we will also be moving back in time to chart the rich history of Australian Music in many forms, before the beginning of the Top 40 era. The general principle in the development of these podcasts is 'let the music do the talking'. Thu ...
 
No Filler is a music podcast dedicated to sharing the often overlooked hidden gems that fill the space between the singles on our favorite records. In each episode we’ll dive into a little history of the artist and the album of choice, with snippets from interviews & concerts, as well as music from the album itself. Proud part of Pantheon - the podcast network for music lovers.
 
This podcast is an introduction to Anglophone literature, from ancient times to the present, done by a Ph.D. with lots of books and musical instruments. A typical episode offers a summary of a work, or part of a work of literature, followed by some historical analysis. The episodes include original music, some comedy songs, and goofy jokes. You can listen to the shows in any order, although from time to time, episodes will make brief mention of previous or upcoming ones.
 
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We are a slightly mad, always fun podcast bringing you all the History you love and a lot that you didn‘t know you‘d love until you heard it here! Recommended by BBC Radio, and presented by acclaimed historian Alexandra Churchill, with Matt Bone and Zack White.
 
The Podcast Network for Music Lovers! Find all the shows in our main feed here: Rock N Roll Archaeology, History in Five Songs with Martin Popoff, Decibel Geek, Tunes & Tumblers, Crime in Music, Tripping on My Roots, Mistress Carrie Podcast, The Hook Rocks!, Rock n Roll Librarian, Art of Rock, JBTV, Into the Banjoverse, Is It Rolling Bob? Talking Dylan, Rock's Backpages, Goldmine, Pamela Des Barres' Pajama Party, Who Cares About the Rock Hall?, You're Not Listening, The Career Musician, Cobr ...
 
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In Part 2 of our 50th episode of Hit Parade, we go back 50 years, celebrating the semicentennial of the year when, critics claim, “music changed everything.” The Quiet Beatle became the Favorite Beatle, when Mick Jagger sang lyrics even he regrets, when Carole King graduated from songwriter to singer-songwriter, and commercial juggernaut, when blax…
 
On the September 24 edition of the Music History Today podcast, it's a big music release day for classics from Nirvana, Soundgarden, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Styx, Prince, & Elvis. Also, it's Linda McCartney's birthday. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/musichistorytodaypodcast/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/musichistoryt…
 
Episode one hundred and thirty-three of A History of Rock Music in Five Hundred Songs looks at "My Girl" by the Temptations, and is part three of a three-episode look at Motown in 1965. Click the full post to read liner notes, links to more information, and a transcript of the episode.Patreon backers also have a ten-minute bonus episode available, …
 
Round Two – New Day (Club Vocal Mix) Nick Holder – Planet S Wulf n Bear – Raptures of the Deep – Untitled I St Germain – Thank U Mum (4 Everything You Did) Paper Music – Downtime Paul Simpson – The Cure Wulf n Bear – Space Groover Loophole – Deephole Mateo & Matos – Feel The Groove Ashley Beedle – Jumpin at the Factory Bar (Sharam’s Akiko Dub) De’L…
 
This week The Music History Project discusses recording studio design! We will hear from several innovative engineers who have put their own unique spin on studio design including Glenn Phoenix, Guy Charbonneau, Michael Marquart, George Augspurger, Jimmy Nutt and Sherry Klein. We discovered that a studio can truly be anywhere you need it to be incl…
 
In episode 117, Martin talks about The Birth of Post-Punk with these five songs: 1. Magazine – “Cut Out Shapes” 2. Siouxsie and the Banshees – “Jigsaw Feeling” 3. Gang of Four – “Not Great Men” 4. Joy Division – “Interzone” 5. The Cure – “Play for Today” To connect or learn more about Martin head over to: www.martinpopoff.com This show is part of P…
 
One of the many great things about music is that we can enjoy it anywhere…I’m talking about the recorded kind…everyone has a smartphone, and every smartphone has the capability of playing music, whether you’re listening to tracks stored in its memory or streaming something from a service like Spotify or apple music…as long as your device has juice,…
 
On todays episode, we’re talking to another artists celebrating a decade of releasing fandom music this year. Foozogz's music is fast, saccharine, and incredibly complicated, and has graced the stages of Bronycon, Everfree NW Pacific Ponycon and EQLA. In this interview, we chat all things high BPM, how his style evolved because of the involvement o…
 
Johan Julius Christian “Jean” Sibelius 1865-1957 We mark the death on September 20, 1957 – 64 years ago today – of the Finnish composer Jean Sibelius, in Järvenpää (yes, that’s a lot of umlauts), Finland. Born on December 8, 1865, in Hameenlinna, Finland, Sibelius was 91 years old when he died. Scandanavia Scandinavia is the Canada of Europe: a hug…
 
Hope you selected chicken on the dinner invitations we sent out because this month we are featuring the wonderful Radioactive Chicken Heads. Get fowl with us while we learn more about the band and take a listen to "Tales From the Coop" and "Cluck at the Moon."
 
Marty Miller from Radio Nova guides you through the week of September 6th to 10th in music history. This week Bob Geldof got the freedom of Dublin City in 2005, it was sticks down and goodbye to Who drummer Keith Moon in '78 and we are exactly 30 years on from a musical game-changer, thanks to Nirvana. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inform…
 
By the late 1960s there were huge opportunities for Richard Nixon to capitalise on the growing discontent across America towards the counter culture. Millions of Americans looked on with disdain at a generation of anti war protesters and young men and women who actively rejected the lifestyles of their parents generation. Nixon, and every Republica…
 
Jim and Ingrid Croce were ready to take on the world in the 60's. Join us for the music, the joy, and the endless parade of obstacles that stood in their way. Part II of our Heavy Hitters series on the great Jim Croce drops this week on Rock and Roll Heaven! Rock and Roll Heaven is a Pantheon Podcast, available wherever you download and stream grea…
 
Amy Wright talks with Billy Strings, one of the best bluegrass guitarists on the scene right now. They talk about his love for fishing, vintage cars, and of course, music. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Part of Pantheon Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Two words: Johnny Cash. In Episode 12, we talk about fun facts and our memories/stories around Johnny, "Ring of Fire," and the legendary CashHank Hootenanny (and Buttermilk Bar) jamout in Brooklyn. We also talk about what it's been like to attend concerts these days, including shows from Bully and Dwight Yoakum. On the way, we chat about family mem…
 
On this episode of Audio Judo, Matthew and Kyle talk about the "Queen Of Rock N' Roll" Tina Turner's career-refreshing 1984 album "Private Dancer." If you like what you hear and want to support the podcast, you can become a Patreon supporter: https://www.patreon.com/audiojudo You can also buy some swag with our logo on it: https://www.teepublic.com…
 
Bonus coverage of our Woodstock 99 EP, We have Tom Gigliotti from the Shout It Out Loudcast was at Woodstock 99. He joins Bakko to add some first person color to the story. And some shit to a McDonalds Parking Lot. Part of Pantheon Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Justin Greaves of Crippled Black Phoenix joins the podcast family this week. Not only do we talk about Crippled Black Phoenix, it’s formation, it’s troubles, it’s resurrection, and a new album; we go even further back. Back past Electric Wizard, past Armour Of God, past Hard To Swallow, and even past Iron Monkey. We go all the way back to his dad’s…
 
Holly Pinheiro joins us to talk all about his research, which looks at the wider experience of free African American families whose men fought and died in the Civil War. Like the episode? Send us a tip! https://ko-fi.com/historyhack Like the podcast, join the fun on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/historyhack…
 
ImmaLetYouFinish... celebrates their 64 episode by ranking the Rolling Stone rankings, remembering Sarah Dash and waiting for the Fugees to hit the stage. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesโดย Pantheon Media
 
Force of nature Arrow De Wilde is the singer of Starcrawler, who’ve caused a sensation practically from the moment they burst onto the scene. Her fierce stage presence and a smoky voice that somehow yearns and growls at the same time could fit into almost any genre from 70’s glam to classic rock and jaded , artsy post-punk. An LA native, Arrow is a…
 
Episode #68: Josh Katz is the lead singer of the band Badflower, who are releasing their new album on September 24, 2021 entitled 'This Is How The World Ends'. Josh and Mistress Carrie talked over coffee about the music business, protecting a singers voice, songwriting, touring, studio lighting, Nashville, dogs, recording, Covid, online rage, inspi…
 
The Winter/Early Spring of 1963 is dominated by one sound; Bombora! The Atlantics' mega-hit dominates this quarter and indeed the rest of the year, it lasted a massive 26 weeks in the charts. Sadly as I publish this episode, I relate the sad news of the passing of Atlantics' drummer, Peter Hood on 22 September 2021. When you listen to Bombora, you …
 
Jerry Bryant goes back to 2018 and interviews one of JBTV’s favorite bands from Vancouver, Canada, ACTORS. Frontman Jason Corbett talks about tracks from their album “It Will Come To You”. ACTORS: www.actorstheband.com Follow Us On Social Media: Youtube - Instagram - Twitter We are a proud member of Pantheon Podcasts Learn more about your ad choice…
 
This week Tom & Zeus are back with their unique Top Ten list, this time they each make up a top ten list of KISS songs with the words, "You" or "Your" or variation in the song title. In typical SIOL fashion the picks vary a lot. Of course there are a tremendous amount of absurd pop culture references and SIOL characters making appearances, oh and a…
 
Century Club is your weekly shot of what's new in music. Every week, the Tunes & Tumblers team bring you a mini pairing of a recent release and a craft shooter to keep your quarantine interesting. Make all the shots to enter the esteemed club yourself. Today we come full circle. It's been 2 years since Tunes & Tumblers went down to the "Old Town Ro…
 
On the September 23 edition of the Music History Today podcast, John Lennon records a classic, Steely Dan releases a classic, & Bob Marley performs for the last time. Plus, 3 legends are celebrating birthdays: the Boss, the Genius, & Trane. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/musichistorytodaypodcast/messageSupport this podcast: https://…
 
We tend to think of albums named after the artist or band alone, as their first albums. But what about bands who self titled albums not their debut? Who, why, when, and music to go with. Support the Show: https://www.jeffwoodsradio.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.โดย Jeff Woods
 
For 30 years, the Grateful Dead were the most unlikely success story in rock and roll. At the peak of their popularity, they were the highest-grossing concert act in America. Director Amir Bar-Lev joins us to talk about his remarkable film “Long Strange Trip” that explores all aspects of this beloved band, a tribe of contrarians who made art out of…
 
“The Real Me,” a new production from Pantheon Podcasts premiering Tuesday, Oct. 5, follows the emotionally powerful stories of young songwriters and performers with cancer who found hope, healing and connection through music. Presented by Teen Cancer America (TCA), the national non-profit founded by rock icons Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend of Th…
 
Award-winning novelist Andrew Greig joins us to discuss recreating sixteenth-century Edinburgh and writing fiction parallel with seismic history. Buy Andrew's book, Rose Nicolson, at our very own Bookshop: https://uk.bookshop.org/a/6252/9781784292980 Like the episode? Send us a tip! https://ko-fi.com/historyhack Like the podcast, join the fun on Pa…
 
On the September 22 edition of the Music History Today podcast, the first Farm Aid concert takes place, John Lennon signs his last record deal, & Happy Birthday becomes part of the public domain. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/musichistorytodaypodcast/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/musichistorytodaypodcast/support…
 
Guitarist Andy Summers is known for playing with The Police and for his genre-bending solo career. He also recently released a collection of witty short stories called "Fretted and Moaning," and he explains the inspiration and process for writing them. (Photo: Mo Summers.) This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Vi…
 
In this episode of the Rock's Backpages podcast, Mark Pringle, Martin Colyer and Jasper Murison-Bowie discuss the writing of Creem legend Jaan Uhelszki, who is the featured writer on the week's homepage. Her open letter to Smokey Robinson, interview with Suzi Quatro, appraisal of proto-punk band Death and onstage escapades with KIϟϟ provide the tri…
 
In this episode Bakko shares his recent trip to Wisconsin to see the Ron Keel Band at a Chili Feed that featured no chili. LC making a move. They both make their Super Bowl picks. The first crack at the Question of the Week. Then a look back at the disaster that was Woodstock 99 courtesy of the recent HBO documentary. We also take pause to remember…
 
Thirteen time Offbeat Magazine accordion player of the year and two time Grammy nominee Dwayne Dopsie jumps on the podcast. He’s got zydeco in his blood. His family created the genre! He was going to play zydeco and there was no backup plan. We talk about his music, playing some unusual cover songs, and the possibility of a zydeco concept album. I …
 
We're back this week with a new concept we think you'll enjoy as we ponder The Producer Switch! A producer can, many times, make or break an album. Sometimes they can bring it to another level and, conversely, can hold back the potential of an album. As rock and metal fans, there are numerous examples of albums we all think could have been improved…
 
The Luftwaffe's actions in the air in the Second World War tend to occupy our memories, but they were very active on the ground and committed the same atrocities as the other arms of the Nazi war machine. In his new book, Birds of Prey, Dr Philip Blood analyses the efforts of a Luftwaffe ground unit that attempted to pacify a forest in East Prussia…
 
On the September 21 edition of the Music History Today podcast, Jaco passes away, Nirvana releases its last album, & REM breaks up. Plus, it's Leonard Cohen's & Faith Hill's birthdays. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/musichistorytodaypodcast/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/musichistorytodaypodcast/support…
 
Describe Talking Heads groundbreaking 1980 record Remain In Light after hearing it for the first time can be challenging. Or after hearing it for the 2nd, 5th, or 20th time for that matter. The group almost called it quits after the success of Fear Of Music, but quickly found themselves experimenting with African polyrhythms, funk, and electronics …
 
In this episode, Nate, Eugene & Alexei look at a new generation of producers who emerged in the late 1990s and early 2000s: Virginia's The Neptunes and Timbaland & Missy Elliott and Chicago's Kanye West. Let It Roll is proud to be part of Pantheon Podcasts. Have a question or a suggestion for a topic or person for Nate to interview? Email letitroll…
 
Joanne and I go way back, having come up through the life universities of The Willie Clancy summer school and the Fleadh Cheoil competitions in Ireland. We've had great fun over the years knocking head over our differing opinions on the virtue of playing polkas on a banjo. I'm not a fan, but Joanne finally explains to me how to do it properly!! We …
 
Hello, hello there. This is THE STORY SONG PODCAST. Don’t worry about the cost. Join your hosts for their review of “Martha,” a classic story song from 1973 by Grammy-winning singer/songwriter, Tom Waits. In this episode, fight the tears as we discuss phone operators asked to go above and beyond, awkward coffee shop catch-ups, and Prohibition-era f…
 
This Goldmine Podcast episode will discuss Dave Thompson's latest book, The Grunge Diaries, Seattle: 1990-1994, which is a first hand account of life in Seattle during the heyday of the Grunge music scene. The city, the clubs, the bands, the fans — the weekly happenings of that entire music scene during the period of 1990-1994 — it was a once-in-a-…
 
Describing Talking Heads groundbreaking 1980 record Remain In Light after hearing it for the first time can be challenging. Or after hearing it for the 2nd, 5th, or 20th time for that matter. The group almost called it quits after the success of Fear Of Music, but quickly found themselves experimenting with African polyrhythms, funk, and electronic…
 
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