Dec 28, 2020
We’re bringing 2020 and Season 2 in for a landing! We talk about what our listeners can expect in our upcoming Season 3, what we’re tweaking on the podcast in 2021 and in the spirit of Festivus, deliver some brutally honest critique on the state of the Rock Hall.
Nov 30, 2020
One of the finest ’60s girl groups, the Shangri-Las were gum-smacking, boot-wearing teenagers that sang about rebels, high school romance, and death. George “Shadow” Morton was their producer, but these young women radiated emotion, creating legendary songs that impacted an entire generation. Along the way, they...
Nov 23, 2020
In this episode, Mary interviews Eric about his less than fairy tale experience at the infamous Woodstock ‘99 festival. We discuss America’s political and cultural climate at the time, and Eric recounts the event’s poor conditions and insane musical performances. We also read memories written by Eric’s festival...
Nov 16, 2020
While working at Cleveland’s WMMS In 1974, DJ Donna Halper introduced Rush to an American audience, and her efforts also secured the band a record deal. As a result, the band dedicated their first two LPs to her, cementing her place in Rush history. Today, we’re honored to chat with Donna about her career, her life...
Nov 8, 2020
The class of 2020 has finally been inducted! We react to the HBO televised Rock Hall 2020 ceremony, discuss our overall impressions of the ceremony and break down how we felt about each artist’s induction package. We also discuss the new Rock Hall podcast, and because we can’t help ourselves, the Singles category.