Digital Killed The Radio Star Podcast
Summary: We are a topic driven music podcast. We will cover artists from Johnny Cash to Megadeth.
David and Chris are back this week to catch you up to what they have been doing since the last episode. Chris has been busy going to see Weezer and Deafheaven. The guys then give a mostly negative review of the new Son Volt. They then get into discussing their favorite music movie and documentaries. As usual their picks are eclectic. Bands discussed are U2, Metallica, Johnny Cash, Rush, Brian Wilson, and Wilco among many others. Enjoy!
Dave Chamberlin joins David this week to talk about the Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers album ECHO. This is an album that was largely ignored by Petty and his band after it was released. The two Daves get into why this was such a sad and tragic time for the band. Heroin addiction, divorce, and a changing music business all contributed to the dark content of this album. Even with all of that going against it this is still one the brighter moments musically for Petty.
You wanted the best! Well you got David, Chris, and Steve LOL David and Chris have just returned from seeing KISS in Memphis. They talk about the concert then welcome Steve Wright from the Podder Than Hell Podcast to discuss their favorite KISS songs. Steve was a great guest as always. He schooled David and Chris on all things KISS. Enjoy!
David and Chris are back this week to talk about all that is happening in the world of music. Some of the topics discussed are the disturbing Ryan Adams article, Guns and Roses and Van Halen rumors, a hardcore documentary, new Ryan Bingham album, new Rival Sons release, and several more new releases. David and Chris swap albums that each think the other will like and guess which one will be their favorite. This was a laid back episode that we hope you enjoy.
David is once again joined by Kyle Null. They compare and contrast their recent Metallica concert experiences. David saw the band in an arena and Kyle saw them in a baseball stadium. They spend the bulk of this episode discussing one of their favorite bands PINK FLOYD. Find out why they both think the PULSE version of Comfortably numb is the best, the meaning of Pigs (Three Different Ones), and how songs on Animals evolved over time. Also Kyle reveals why the Norwegian band Airbag serves as a Pink Floyd surrogate for him.
David and Chris are joined by Brian "BC" Chapman from the Podder Than Hell Podcast. The guys talk about one of their favorite metal bands Megadeth. We hope you enjoy this episode.
David is joined this week by Dave Chamberlin. Dave works for Nuci's Space. This is non-profit organization thats focuses to prevent suicide especially among musicians. The Drive By Truckers are big supporters of this organization so we though it would be fitting to discuss some of Dave's favorite DBT songs. If you are interested in learning about Nuci's space you can visit them at www.nuci.org.
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Gage Patterson joins David this week to discuss The Grateful Dead's Europe '72. If you are a casual fan or a true deadhead you will enjoy this discussion. Enjoy!
Our Top Ten Albums of 2018/ A Look Forward to 2019 by Digital Killed The Radio Star
David and Chris are back after an extended break. In this latest episode they discuss the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees, new albums from Bruce Springsteen, Blackberry Smoke, Holy Fawn, Dave Hause, and Chris's recent Cannibal Corpse concert experience. They then close the show talking about some of their favorite songs that mention geographical places. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
David's guest this week is drummer Cody Dickinson. Cody is a founding member of the three time Grammy nominated band The North Mississippi Allstars. Cody discusses the band's latest album Prayer for Peace, hanging out with Oasis, his father Jim Dickinson, and their groundbreaking debut album. We hope to have Cody on again in the future for a longer talk. www.nmallstars.com is where can purchase their albums and music.
David and Chris are back this week to discuss bands that had little commercial success but a big impact on future artists. We hope everyone has a Happy Thanksgiving!
It was the last album of the Marc Ford era and some say it's finest. Ian Rice and I deep dive into one of our favorite albums. Three Snakes and One Charm was the culmination of several years of touring and songwriting for The Crowes. It was a very heavy album that never gets old.
Sonny Pooni joins me this week to discuss his favorite artist Prince. Sonny is very passionate about this topic and therefore was a great guest. We each list our top 7 Prince songs and discuss his impact on society and music.