Digital Killed The Radio Star Podcast
Summary: We are a topic driven music podcast. We will cover artists from Johnny Cash to Megadeth.
This was been a rough week for our country and for music lovers. Chris and I talk about the career of Tom Petty and list some of our favorite songs of his. The second half of the show deals with our favorite sad songs. Artists discussed range from The Replacements, Johnny Paycheck, U2, Warrant, Gaslight Anthem, and Duran Duran among many others. We also discuss the latest David Gilmour concert film and new music from Michael Graves and Hot Water Music. We have a Tom Petty Spotify playlist and a sad song playlist for this week.https://open.spotify.com/user/digitalkilledtheradiostar/playlist/4WZCwdePuBnDETaOLsPhHqhttps://open.spotify.com/user/digitalkilledtheradiostar/playlist/39VPTV9Uxn8MPufTwt3o1n
Growing Up Rock's Steven Michael joins me in our first bonus episode to discuss our favorite concerts that we attended before we turned 21. Bands discussed include Kiss, Van Halen, Def Leppard, Great White, Metallica, Bon Jovi, Ratt, and others. Find Steven at www.growinuprock.com and subscribe to his podcast.
Todd Poole returns for round two this week. In this long form interview Todd talks about his career after Roxy Blue, career advice from Tommy Lee, his short stint with Warrant, touring with his father in law Jimi Jameson, a new band Under The Radar, and his latest project. We will also have two videos of Todd playing on our youtube page. Enjoy!
Rick Ruhl from Every Mother's Nightmare joins us this week to discuss his career and the band's great new album "GRIND" which is out October 6th. Chris and I also discuss a great new band Denman that we saw in Nashville recently. Enjoy! Also there is a chance to win "GRIND" in this episode. Just follow the concert rules that we mention in the interview.
Roxy Blue singer Todd Poole sat down with us for an entertaining interview about Roxy Blue and the music industry of the early 90s. We discuss how Roxy Blue was formed, how they got signed to Geffen, why they had an all star management team, stories about Warrant and Sam Kinison, and how Seattle changed the record industry. Todd also breaks some exclusive Roxy Blue news. We also discuss the upcoming show with Bret Michaels and an new band he is mentoring called Under The Radar. Todd will be back for part two soon.
In this week's episode David and Chris discuss some of their favorite movie soundtracks. They also talk about a soundtrack recommendation from the Growin Up Rock Podcast and Podder Than Hell. Finally, they give a few hints as to what is going to happen on a future podcast episode. Please subscribe via iTunes or sound cloud. You can listen to music recommendations from this podcast at our spotify playlist.https://open.spotify.com/user/digitalkilledtheradiostar/playlist/3SG78Aq0oFwTSEuYwCvrnr
Chris and David detail their experience at the Nashville Rock N Pod Expo. They talk about a new band called Small Planet Radio. The main topic of the day is live albums. Please follow our live albums playlist on spotify.https://open.spotify.com/user/digitalkilledtheradiostar/playlist/3jQVoex40W9yddfHxdk6jc
Chris and I recorded this podcast while we were in Nashville for the Rock N Pod expo. We spend the majority of the podcast discussing our favorite trios. We hope you enjoy! You can follow our corresponding Spotify playlist here:https://open.spotify.com/user/digitalkilledtheradiostar/playlist/0Viz1pbSu1cdMM0jklD3Je
We are back after a week off. We discuss our favorite albums from the 1980s that were not glam or heavy metal. We hope you enjoy. Please follow us on Spotify so that you can listen to playlists that contain music from each week's episode.
We discuss The Rolling Stones' four album run from 1968-1972. Many people think this is the greatest four album run in rock history.
We spend the better part of this episode discussing the career of The Gaslight Anthem's Brian Fallon.
We are joined by Caton Brooks to discuss our favorite hair metal albums.
In this week's podcast I am joined by guest co-host Sonny Pooni to discuss underrated rock vocalists. A special thank you to Sonny for being my guest.
In this week's edition we finish our discussion of REM. We focus on the Warner Brothers years.
We are back after a week hiatus. In this week's episode we begin a two part series focusing on the career of R.E.M. We discuss the band's first five albums on the IRS label this week. Enjoy!