The Rhino Podcast
Summary: The official Rhino Podcast, featuring deep dives into classic artists and albums, interviews with your favorite musicians, and lots of juicy behind-the-scenes stories about your favorite music. Plus, updates and music news, with new episodes bi-weekly. Subscribe now to make sure you don’t miss out!
Join host Rich Mahan as he welcomes musician and noted über-fan Henry Rollins to take a deep dive into The Stooges FUNHOUSE and Rhino’s whopping 15-LP boxed set containing every take and recording from those legendary sessions.
Join host Rich Mahan as he welcomes powerhouse songwriter & producer Glen Ballard for an exclusive interview where we discuss his hugely successful career, including his work on Alanis Morissette's JAGGED LITTLE PILL, celebrating its 25th anniversary.
Join host Rich Mahan for an amazing conversation with the legendary Alice Cooper as they discuss everything from Frank Zappa, the band’s early days in Detroit, the Hollywood Vampires and much more. This is a can’t-miss episode!
Join host Rich Mahan as he welcomes director Alison Ellwood to discuss her latest documentary centered around the Laurel Canyon music scene of the 60s and 70s.
Our special tribute to powerhouse songwriter and producer Adam Schlesinger continues, featuring exclusive interviews and memories with Rachel Bloom (Crazy Ex-Girlfriend), Dominique Durand and Andy Chase (Ivy), Micky Dolenz (The Monkees), songwriter Sam Hollander (Panic! At The Disco, Weezer), and Anna Nordeen and Reni Lane (Fever High).
Our special tribute to powerhouse songwriter and producer Adam Schlesinger, featuring Steven Gold (Crazy Ex-Girlfriend), Jody Porter (Fountains of Wayne), Robert Smigel (Saturday Night Live, TV Funhouse), lifelong friends Jonathan Small and Jeremy Freeman, David Bar Katz (House of Buggin’, FREAK), Steve Yegelwel (A&R/Atlantic Records) and acclaimed musician Mike Viola (That Thing You Do). Adam’s friends remember his work along with personal experiences in Part One of this tribute. In Part Two, we are joined by Rachel Bloom (Crazy Ex-Girlfriend), Andy Chase and Dominique Durand (Ivy), songwriter Sam Hollander, Micky Dolenz (The Monkees) and Anna Nordeen and Reni Lane (Fever High).
Our exclusive interview with Robert DeLeo and Jeff Gutt as they join us to talk about their new acoustic album, how it came together and what’s next for the band.
Our exclusive interview with Miles Davis’ son Erin and his nephew Vince Wilburn Jr. as they discuss life on the road with Miles and the making (and re-making) of RUBBERBAND.
Our exclusive interview with Grateful Dead archivist David Lemieux hits this distinct era in the band’s history – the repertoire, the rehearsals and the resulting tour.
Our exclusive interview with singer, songwriter, producer and actress Debbie Gibson continues as we learn about the challenges of being a songwriter today, defying people’s perceptions of her, and her new music.
Singer, songwriter, producer and actress Debbie Gibson joins us to discuss her career, what it was like starting out in the clubs while still in her teens, starring on Broadway, and much more!
Part Two of our deep dive into the story behind the recording of the iconic hit as well at the legendary music video – guests this week include John Beug, the former head of music video for Warner Records and Jeff Ayeroff, the former creative head of Warner Records on creating the “Take On Me” video.
Part One of our deep dive into the story behind the recording of the iconic hit as well at the legendary music video – guests this week include Michael Patterson and Candace Reckinger, the designers and animators of the “Take On Me” video.
Imagine your high school band getting signed to a major record label – and imagine it’s the legendary Sire Records. That’s just what happened to David Schelzel and the Ocean Blue. Join us as David tells us how it happened, what it was like being on Sire alongside his musical idols, and how the Ocean Blue has survived more than 30 years in a turbulent music industry.
Original Prince & the Revolution guitarist Dez Dickerson joins us to discuss the making of Prince’s landmark album, 1999