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Stories turn songs into symphonies, events into memories, and lives into legends. In our crowded world, “knowing your story” cuts through the noise so you can make your mark — whether you want to sell more books, increase profits, or just make a difference. At Sterling & Stone, Story is our business. The Story Studio Podcast is where we explore ways we can all tell our stories better.
 
One True Podcast delves into all things related to Hemingway, his work, and his world. The show is hosted by Mark Cirino and produced by Michael Von Cannon. Join us in conversation with scholars, artists, and politicians as we explore Hemingway's life and legacy. For more, follow us on Twitter @1truepod. You can also email us at 1truepod@gmail.com.
 
Named by Oprah as a thought leader for the next generation and one of Inc.’s 500 fastest growing companies, Marie Forleo’s goal is to help you become the person you most want to be. In this show, Marie and her guests share actionable strategies for greater happiness, success, motivation, creativity, productivity, love, health, contribution and fulfillment — often with a lot of laughs. From business, marketing and career advice, to tackling failure, disappointment and fear, to philanthropy an ...
 
Billboard co-director of charts Keith Caulfield and Billboard.com senior editor Katie Atkinson offer weekly Billboard chart breakdowns, discuss the hottest music news and cover the year’s biggest musical events. Casual pop fans, chart junkies and everyone in between are invited to this weekly half-hour discussion.
 
The Podcast Network for Music Lovers! Find all the shows here: Rock N Roll Archaeology, History in Five Songs with Martin Popoff, Tripping on My Roots, Dad Bod Rap Pod, Rock n Roll Librarian, Muses, Art of Rock, Festival Nation, Vinyl Snob, Rock Candy, Is It Rolling Bob? Talking Dylan, Rock's Backpages, Goldmine, Pamela Des Barres' Pajama Party, Who Cares About the Rock Hall?, The Career Musician, The Band: A History, No Filler, Make It Stop!, Shout it Out Loudcast, Deeper Digs, Side Jams, I ...
 
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Feeling unsuccessful? Marie gives advice to a struggling entrepreneur who’s feeling defeated because after three years in business she hasn’t achieved the goals she set for herself. https://www.marieforleo.com/2020/11/learning-from-failure/ Start focusing on what's working rather than putting so much energy on what doesn't. @MarieForleo…
 
The 1980's were ripe with change. So much new music branching out from the Rock and Roll Family Tree. Ray and Markus share their five favorite vocalists of the 80s. Be prepared for some surprises. We would love to know who your Five Favorite Vocalists of The 1980s are. Listen to this cool episode, and then get caught up here!!! Thanks to our sponso…
 
Join us for an all-new One True Podcast as we welcome Sandra Spanier and Miriam B. Mandel to discuss the fifth volume of The Letters of Ernest Hemingway. The newest installment covers 1932 to 1934, where Hemingway is finishing his bullfighting manifesto, Death in the Afternoon, preparing his idiosyncratic book of short stories, Winner Take Nothing,…
 
Academic and author Pamela Thurschwell gives us her conflicted feminist take on Dylan, including his queer lyrical metaphors and what it’s like to be on the receiving end of a Dylan mansplaining session. Her namechecks range from Amy Rigby, Emma Swift and Joan Baez to Joyce Carol Oates, Annie Hall and Jane Eyre. Pam describes Dylan as “the dangerou…
 
Jules Shear created a name for himself as a pop songwriter in the 80s writing Top 40 hits like "All Through The Night" for Cyndi Lauper and "If She Knew What She Wants" by The Bangles. He's also the originator of MTV's Unplugged series hosting and playing on the show in its first season back in 1989. He's been releasing his own classic material for…
 
When Nomad needed a keyboard player for the Babyface Japan tour, Erksine Hawkins stuck out of the crowd. His professionalism and stacked resume got him a gig with Nomad and Babyface, but Erskine's list of credentials rolls on. He's a graduate of the prestigious music program at the University of North Texas. He's the founder and CEO of Key Element …
 
The seventy-third minute starts with Elaine threatening Russell and ends with a Stillwater huddle. We are joined by co-host Gary Roby. Find Gary here: Twitter - @thegaryroby Website - A Galaxy Not So Far Away Website - Infinite Cities Blaseball Apple Podcasts - Harry Potter Minute This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts at www.pantheonpodcasts.com. …
 
The beat goes on... How do you sum up the life of a rock icon in just one episode? Well, simply put, you can't. Check out Part II of the Rock and Roll Heaven tribute to drummers month with Keith Moon. Dropping this week wherever you find great podcasts! Our social stuff: Patreon.com/rockandrollheaven Twitter: @rockandrolllt Instagram: Rockandrollhe…
 
In the debut episode I talk about Jackson Browne’s self-titled debut album, often referred to as Saturate Before Using, with singer-songwriter William Matheny. After a brief intro of the show and a look at the original 1972 Rolling Stone review for the album, our conversation starts at 4:40. Share the podcast, and rate and review it. Leave me a voi…
 
Today Dolls, the incredible Luke Spiller from the band The Struts! Luke Spiller epitomizes the kind of rock god that had me swooning back in the day. Sigh. He makes me want to shave off a few decades. Sigh again. We had such a delicious, delightful chat- me in LA -Luke in the UK, about The Struts' steamy rockin hotcha new album, Strange Days. Indee…
 
We're joined by Wally "Gator" Norton of the CGCM Podcast this week as we discuss The Best and Worst of Motley Crue! It's hard to believe that in the nearly 40 year history of this legendary Hollywood-bred band that only 9 proper studio albums exist from them. This week your three hosts pick their favorite and least favorite tracks from each Motley …
 
Our final Jimi Hendrix special has Christian join three rock n rollers to discuss what the man means to them. First up is Bassist and perhaps oldest collaborator Billy cox, followed by percussionist Juma Sultan and finally with Hendrix re-creator Jimy Bleu, guitarist for Kiss the Sky. Billy Cox Billy Cox is best known for performing with Jimi Hendr…
 
Andrea Stolpe is a creative consultant who became a staff songwriter in Nashville in 1998. She has a degree from Boston's Berklee College of Music and has penned songs for Faith Hill, Julianne Hough and many others. Andrea has also written several books on the subject, including Popular Lyric Writing and Beginning Songwriting. In this episode of th…
 
Record Store Day co-founder Michael Kurtz calls in from his residence in Montana to talk about Record Store Day Black Friday, this year’s RSD drops (in August, September and October) and how record stores have coped during the pandemic. Take a listen to the episode, record collectors, it will only increase your enthusiasm for this year's RSD Black …
 
This week we delve into the age old question, does music actually have any influence on the people that commit crimes? (Spoiler: no) We tell the tale of the TWO stories that Pearl Jam's infamous single 'Jeremy' is based on and it's cultural impact. From there we go into a few well known instances where rock music was blamed for influencing the yout…
 
We talk turkey....and pie...and candy and occasionally about songs that make us think about Thanksgiving. This Thanksgiving episode from 2018 reminds us of how fortunate we are to have food, friends and music in our lives. We talk about Golden Girls, hippies throwing away trash and learn about the word "mondegreen". We are also very thankful to you…
 
Due to KOVID-19, Heather and Mike won't be getting uncomfortably drunk around their families this Thanksgiving, so instead they've decided to get uncomfortably drunk together over Zoom. To make it a family affair they're joined by Alex Dunn (Mike's Brother), and Brian Melanson (Heather's Pretend Dad). It's time for a tWiSteD Turkey Day 'cause we're…
 
In episode 74 Martin talks about what's 'Not in the Rock Hall' in these five songs: 1. Blue Oyster Cult – “Take Me Away” 2. Bad Company – “Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy” 3. Iron Maiden – “The Wicker Man” 4. Jethro Tull - “One Brown Mouse” 5. Judas Priest – “Between the Hammer & the Anvil” To connect or learn more about Martin head over to: www.martinpopoff…
 
Roz Drezfalez is a drag queen, comedian, actor and writer whose been featured on Bravo, Buzzfeed and in commercials that’ve run nationwide.She’s also the brains and beauty behind the popular paranormal podcast “Ghosted!”,-listen wherever you get podcasts. In this episode, Roz and hostess Pleasant Gehman chat about paranormal investigations, Ouija B…
 
It’s no secret that the audiobook segment of the publishing industry has been growing in recent years. In the last 9 months of stay-at-home orders and quarantines, people have been listening to audiobooks more than ever. But a lot of indie authors don’t know how to break into the audiobook market. How do you find the right narrator and get the righ…
 
Josh Groban joins the Billboard Pop Shop Podcast to chat about his new album “Harmony,” and how recording the set was “one of the most inspirational processes” of his career. Plus, the Pop Shoppers discuss the just-announced Grammy Award nominations!By Pop Shop Podcast
 
Episode three in our November salute to Jimi Hendrix. This time the Rock N Roll Archaeologist speaks to two very different legends with very different Hendrix ties. First up is the immensely talented blues guitarist John Hammond and then we dig deep on all sorts of topics that weave in and out of the Jimi orbit with Living Colour’s superb guitarist…
 
On the See Hear podcast, we've spoken about films that have music's relation to politics, history, cultural shifts, and singing plants. We figured it was about time to get a little scientific. On episode 79, with Tim on sabbatical, Bernie and I spoke with film director, Isabelle Raynauld. She is a film professor at the University of Montreal with a…
 
In the new episode of the Rock's Backpages podcast, we welcome into RBP's cosy virtual cupboard the BBC's former Head of Music Entertainment — and the co-creator of the enduring Later… with Jools Holland show. Yes folks, Mark Cooper revisits his career as a music writer — from seeing the last Sex Pistols show in San Francisco in 1978 to interviewin…
 
Welcome Blue Oyster Cult drummer Albert Bouchard to the show. He gives a great history lesson about the band, including the gig that was so bad they had to change their name. He’s happy to talk (again) about the classic SNL cowbell skit and how he turned off the show just before it aired. He also taught for years and has had some very talented stud…
 
The story of scoring the movie Fatal Instinct for the greatest mensch of all time - Carl Reiner Richard Gibbs: http://www.richardgibbs.com/ Armory of Harmony is a registered 501(c)3 non profit organization that gives decommissioned guns a new purpose & supports strong music programs in schools. https://www.armoryofharmony.com/ This how is part of P…
 
When it comes to post-punk and garage-rock from the 2000s, it's hard to pick just one band for a sidetrack episode. So we're doing our first ever Sidetrack Double Feature (don't get too excited). Today we cover a couple tracks from Longwave's The Strangest Things and French Kicks Swimming. Tracklist: Longwave - Wake Me When It's Over Longwave - Exi…
 
We've seen many new listeners picking up on this episode from the pre-Pantheon days. We thought we'd share it with those of you who came in somewhere between episode #15 and the last couple months. It's an adventure through a major part of our lives, and for so many of you! Kick back, relax and keep on truckin', baby! Listen to this cool episode, a…
 
He's funky. He's experienced. He's made a living as a Career Musician in the belly of it all: Los Angeles. Kevin was discovered by none other than George Duke in a recording studio when Kevin was only 22. The opportunity to work on Duke's sessions was only a piece of what led Kevin to become as in-demand as he is now. Nomad and his friend Kevin Cho…
 
Director/producer Joel Gallen and "talent executive" Rick Krim join Joe and Kristen to talk about making this year's Rock Hall induction special. Also discussed in this episode is Joel's long history with directing induction ceremonies, as well as what was planned for this year's show before the pandemic hit. This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.…
 
Today we’ve come together for a very special occasion, and that’s to have a conversation with Rosa Lee Brooks and Gregg Wright to recognize what would have been Jimi Hendrix's 78th Birthday. On November 27th, Kiss The Sky will be playing an upcoming live-stream to honour Jimi Hendrix's birthday that will air on Facebook and other platforms. Rosa Le…
 
The Cars' bassist/vocalist Benjamin Orr is the topic of this podcast episode as his biographer Joe Milliken is our guest. Milliken published the biography Let's Go! about Orr's life growing up in Ohio and his integral involvement in the mega-popular rock group The Cars. Any Cars fan (or fan of that era) will want to listen to this one! This show is…
 
November 6, 1970 marked the first ever gig for the band Aerosmith. It was played at Nipmuc Regional High School Gymnasium in Mendon, Massachusetts. To paraphrase "Walk This Way", we can easily imagine there were definitely at least "three young ladies in the school gym locker" that were staring at the band. The band continues to capture our attenti…
 
We're back this week to cover all the rock news that's fit to spit with New Noize v12! In a dark, crazy year there's still some interesting stuff going on in the rock and metal world and we're here to talk about it! AC/DC has electrified the music world again with the release of Power Up; a 12 track slab of new rock for your ears. This album has be…
 
The seventy-second minute starts with William and Russell fighting over the phone and ends with Elaine telling Russell about her son. We are joined by co-host Gary Roby. Find Gary Roby here: Twitter - @thegaryroby Website - Infinite Cities Blaseball Apple Podcasts - Harry Potter Minute This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts at www.pantheonpodcasts.…
 
Part 2 of Deeper Digs’ celebration of Jimi Hendrix! Christian this time sits down with two greats that worked with Jimi, drummer Carmine Appice and percussionist Gerardo Valez. CARMINE APPICE "Carmine Appice, the creator of heavy rock drumming as we know it" - Drummer Magazine, UK “Carmine Appice set the foundation for heavy drumming, before Bonham…
 
Madman? Perhaps. Genius? Most likely. One of the greatest drummers who ever lived? No question. However you know him, you don't know the full story of Keith Moon. This week join us for part one of two as we dive into the complex and tragic life of this bigger than life personality in one of the most well known rock bands of all time. Our social stu…
 
Almost through the 80's. It's late. I've been editing for so damn long. We talk about the album Life on this episode. I don't know what else to say about it. I just want to get to Freedom. We've got like two albums left I think. Maybe only one. I don't even know anymore. The 80's are a never ending vortex. So yeah. We talk about Life. We drink. We …
 
"Best Day of My Life" is a song we're sure you've heard. It was written and recorded by American Authors: Zac Barnett (vocals), James Shelley (guitar), Dave Rublin (bass), and Matthew Sanchez (drums). Today we bring you a wonderful conversation with Dave, who also does a lot of the production in the band. We go over the band's beginnings at the Ber…
 
Max Phelps from Exist joins me on this episode. We jump right into a discussion on the the influence of jazz on his music, latest Tool album, cliché Tool fans, and the greatness of Chris Poland. And how the band’s name, Exist, is a problem on Google. Max also explains how the last two albums, So True So Bound & Egoiista, were recorded at around the…
 
In this episode we continue down the spiral of Nine Inch Nails' story. We cover the latter half of their career, starting with the end of last century, where Trent and his collaborators brought a new sound and vision to their fans. Addictions and depression still threaten to bring down the whole operation and Trent has to make some tough choices to…
 
Sean has known Jane Friedman since before the beginning, way back when Yesterday’s Gone was just the seed of an idea and he approached her to talk about a series of Shel Silverstein-like children’s poem’s that he wanted to write. She invited him to talk to one of her college classes about copywriting, and they have been close friends ever since. Ja…
 
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