What’s the one thing that’s never good to talk about? Politics! What’s the one thing we love to talk about? Music! So this week, we talk about politics and music and how it can sell records and destroy bands. We don’t care which side you’re on, just be open to others views!
We’re starting 2021 off with some new tunes from Weapon Of Anew! The new single “Sick Boy” recently dropped. Guitarist Freddy Ordine shares information about the band, first record, the new single, and long awaited forthcoming album release.
Our first guest of 2021 is none other than Jeff Pilson! He joins to discuss the new Heavy Hitters album with George Lynch and others. This a album of some older great songs rearranged with some great grooves and of course great riffs. As always it’s a great time when we get to sit down with a rock legend!
In our final episode of the year, we do our normal album acquisitions segment. We also bust on each other a little and talk about our 2020 guests and the artists we lost in 2020.
We're taking the week off from a regular episode but couldn't let the season go by without sending out our season's greetings...and other inappropriate comments!
We have a very special guest on the show this week, luthier Jacob Harper. Not only has he built fantastic guitars for many stars, he’s also built one for Dennis. He talks about how he became interested in building guitars AND we get the first peek at his first acoustic build.
Ricky Warwick joins Bill for a discussion about his new solo project “When Life was Hard and Fast” coming out February February 19,2021. Ricky is the voice and songwriter behind Black Star Riders and The Almighty.
The 40 year anniversary record reviews continue with our buddy Craig Osborn as we dissect the Def Leppard debut album “On Through The Night”. Even as Leppard fans we give an honest review...sometimes brutal.
REO Speedwagon ruled the early 80’s and it all started with the biggest selling record of 1981 - Hi Infidelity. AoRP follower Bryan Harris joins us to review this great record. We also discuss the death of Eric Carr.
On this week’s episode, instead of being a co-host, Allen is a guest along side Bill Elam and Jeff Humphrey as they talk about their new internet radio station, A2Z Radio. They talk about how the station came to be, the variety of musical genres, and how to to apply to be a DJ. Tune in and turn it up!
We are joined by online auction hosts Gary & Vonna Brufach and Ronny Schnell. Vinyl collecting and selling are the topic. We also answer what’s your “Holy Grail” record?
Welcome to Episode 003 - Part 3 (The Monterey Pop Festival Episode) of our three part journey through the charts of music that was popular the weeks that parallel the three festivals we think had a significant impact on either the musical or cultural impact - or both - during the first 30 years of the rock and roll era.
In this episode, we review the music that was popular on the Billboard charts the week of the most important Music Festival during the rock and roll era. No concert prior to or since that event represented the pulse of music at the moment and what was to come . . . something that was only hinted at that week on the Billboard charts.
The concert introduced a larger audience to Jimi Hendrix, Otis Redding, and Janis Joplin. It officially kicked off The Summer of Love just up the coast in San Francisco. And it let the world know that blues rock was the most legitimate form of the true origin of rock and roll - the Blues - by giving the Who a larger billing, introducing the world to Canned Heat and several other fantastic Blues based rock bands of the era.
Come with us back to the middle of June, 1967, and be thankful your ears work when you hear the music of this era.
Donnie Vie, a self proclaimed guitar hack, talks about his career and love of making music. He has a new single in the works that’s soon to be released. It was quite a ride!
Welcome to Episode 003 - Part 2 of our three part journey through the charts of music that was popular the weeks that parallel the three festivals we think had a significant impact on either the musical or cultural impact - or both - during the first 30 years of the rock and roll era.
In this episode, we metaphorically close out the 1960s with the Woodstock concert. No concert event ever defined a generation like the Three Days of Peace and Music... But what were people listening to that week of the concert? And did the performers at the concert fundamentally changed the path of rock and roll? Listen and enjoy, as we share our viewpoints on these questions.
This week Bill, Allen, and Dennis get classy with our guest, Roger Kalia, the new conductor of the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra. We talk with him about being one of over 250 candidates trying out for the position. We also talk about his background in music and having socially distanced performances during a pandemic. We also do our regular pre-interview stuff for your listening pleasure. Join us!
Episode 3 is a three-part journey through three festivals that have had either a significant musical or cultural impact - or both during the first 30 plus years of the rock and roll era.
Running in reverse chronological era, we begin with reviewing the Billboard chart the week of Live Aid, a benefit concert organized by Bob Geldof of the Boomtown Rats and held in the cities of London and Philadelphia for the purpose of raising money to assist with famine relief in Africa. To date, it's estimated over 150 million dollars was raised are the concerts, which four broadcast live around the world.
Musically, it wasn't so much Cutting Edge as it was perhaps the most significant reunion / oldies concert in rock history, which we address.
Note to Styx fans - I can't remember if they appeared on the chart we reviewed for that week, but rest assured if they did, Joe will continue to bash the hell out of them.
It’s been a while so it’s time for some Rockpourri. Bill and Dennis seem to have deep pockets as the Album Acquistions segment is longer than usual and Allen barely stayed awake!
The Talismen, Eddie Van Halen, John 5, Hair of the Dog, and new projects are just some of the topics we discussed with the one the only Ryan Spencer Cook. Another fun episode with one of the best guys out there. Enjoy!
While Bill was out of town this week visiting family, Podcast Rock City's Joe Polo joined Allen and Dennis to talk about the late, great Eddie Van Halen.
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We were supposed to have a guest this week but life happens. Dennis had a previous commitment so Bill and I took a few minutes to talk about a little music news and a couple pretty cool things Bill scored.
In this episode, we visit the Billboard chart from the week that we graduated from Heritage Hills High School in Lincoln City, IN in 1983, and reflect how we felt then and now about the music that was popular at the time of that capstone event of our high school career.
Spoiler alert!! - Styx fans might experience a little sadness or anger or both at Joe's brutally honest review of their two songs on the charts that week.
Tim Rozner, 2019 Production Manager of the Year, joins us again to discuss how we can help the tours, crews, and many others during these difficult times. We focus on the state of the touring industry, what’s next, and how you can help make a difference. Please help if you can at wemakeevents.org. #WeMakeEvents
“Everybody Moves and Nobody Gets Hurt” is the catchy title of the awesome upcoming “The Great Affairs” album! The fact that Denny and Kenny are both huge KISS fans was icing on the cake for us. After checking out the podcast be sure to grab the album and listen to the new tunes, available on Friday Oct. 2nd!
Welcome to the inaugural episode of The Chart Show. Join Joseph G and Dennis T as they begin this journey of reconsidering moments in music chart history. First stop - AT40 for week ending August 10th, 1974.
The 40th anniversary album reviews continue this week with Ozzy’s first solo project, Blizzard of Ozz. Podder Than Hell’s Steven Wright joins us and he brings a lot of great info about this record! Give it a spin!