Summary: 2018 Nominee for Best Music Podcast! The Rock N Roll audio magazine featuring shows: Rock N Roll Archaeology, Rock n Roll Librarian, Art of Rock with Kosh & Friends, Vinyl Snob, Reel Rock, Muses & Stuff, & Deeper Digs in Rock. All things Rock N Roll. The Music. The People. The Culture. The Technology.
Deeper Digs in Rock: Wasn’t That A Time: The Weavers, The Blacklist and the Battle for the Soul of America with Jesse Jarnow
Vinyl Snob 10: Women in Vinyl
Muses and Stuff EP 102: Roxana Shirazi
Pantheon is proud to present Pamela Des Barres first hosted podcast series, “Miss Pamela’s Pajama Party” Join Miss Pamela as she tells tales from her diary, has fun interviewing special guests, and shares her love of rock n roll. This first episode features Miss Pamela getting together with former GTO bandmate Miss Mercy, sharing stories of the days where the GTOs (Girls Together Outrageously) were mentored and produced by Frank Zappa.
Time to stage dive when the Rock N Roll Archaeologist digs deep into guest Ian Winwood’s new book SMASH!: Green Day, The Offspring, Bad Religion, NOFX, and the '90s Punk Explosion. Two decades after the Sex Pistols and the Ramones birthed punk music into the world, their artistic heirs burst onto the scene and changed the genre forever.
Art of Rock with Kosh & Friends EP. 09: Glen Wexler
Often cited as The Godfather of Alternative Rock, Meade was the vocalist for Norman, OK based 90’s rock band Chainsaw Kittens, and before that with mid 80’s influential band Defenestration. Meade was cited by Kurt Cobain as an influence, his friends The Flaming Lips covered Tyson's song 'She's Gone Mad,' and Billy Corgan of the Smashing Pumpkins credits the Chainsaw Kittens as one of his favorite bands, writing Meade during the recording of the SP album 'Gish' to express his appreciation.
Muses and Stuff EP 91: Tara Browne
The Rock N Roll Archaeologists talks doowop with Al Contrera where they dissect his book, Hushabye: The Mystics, the Music and the Mob. An original founding member of the Mystics, author Al Contrera tells the true story of how five Brooklyn teenagers went from singing on street corners to fame in the fifties with their first hit song, “Hushabye.” Contrera, provides vivid and detailed accounts of the trials and adventures of forming a rock-‘n’-roll group in a neighborhood controlled by the mob.
Reel Rock: Springsteen On Broadway
Deeper Digs in Rock: Rock Stars at Home
Muses and Stuff EP 100: Women Who Rock with Evelyn McDonnell
Deeper Digs in Rock: Music Technologist to the Stars - David Frangioni
Rock N Roll Librarian Reads: Born to Run by Bruce Springsteen
At the Aftermaster studios in Hollywood, The Rock N Roll Archaeologists sits down with ex-outlaw photographer, Julian David Stone. What’s an “outlaw photographer”? It used to be, anyone with a camera at rock n roll shows needed to be vetted and credentialed by the band and promoters. Every ticket would be printed with, “No Cameras Allowed”. And so Julian, unvetted and uncredentialed, became an outlaw from 1981-1987.