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!
Chris Kelley from Tennessee Champagne joins us to promote the band's album.