Exploring Music Interviews

Podcasts about Music Interviews

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Episodes about Music Interviews

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In this special bonus episode, Angela Smith, ex-wife of Happy Mondays founding member and bassist Paul Ryder, talks to Manchester cultural legend, musician from The Membranes and Goldblade, journalist, author and all round lovely human John Robb. Hear about Tony Wilson's original vision for the band, his grand plan for Manchester, when drugs flooded the city in the 1908s and the final days of Factory. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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WORLD NO TABACCO DAY 2024 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/keshagenadderleypodcast/message
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On today's Riddim and Poetry Podcast, we'll dive into the events and festivals that shape our culture. From Greekfest to Freaknik, we'll cover all the incredible hip hop events you need to know about. You won't want to miss this episode!Support the Show. View on Youtube (https://www.youtube.com/@RiddimAndPoetry) Follow on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/riddimandpoetry/) Follow on Twitter (https://twitter.com/riddimnpoetry) Follow on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/riddimandpoetry)
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Mike Rudd is the frontman of two legendary Australian rock bands: Spectrum, and Ariel. Spectrum landed a #1 single in 1971 with the classic song 'I'll Be Gone', and released the first Australian rock double-album that same year. Check out mikeruddbillputt.com to buy CDs, or see when Mike is playing next.
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What good is a format if you can’t break it every now and then? On this special episode of One Song, Diallo & LUXXURY break out the listener mailbag, answer some DMs, and bring an entirely new angle to the "Buffalo Soldier"/"The Banana Splits" theme song connection. Finally, they react to the early contenders for the Song of the Summer from Tommy Richman, Sabrina Carpenter, and more.
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In this episode of the Music Industry 360 podcast, Jessica and Taylor from The Color Agent discuss promoting LGBTQIA representation in the music industry. They highlight their journey, challenges, and future plans, emphasizing authenticity and fair compensation for LGBTQ artists. They also talk about their platform, TCA2, which provides a safe space for industry professionals and artists to collaborate. The episode underscores the importance of ally support through advocacy, resources, and event sponsorships, and addresses the need for better representation and fair compensation for LGBTQ songwriters. Learn more about The Color Agent here: https://www.thecoloragent.com/  
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On this episode, Marc talks with Tom Maxwell, author of “A Really Strange and Wonderful Time: The Chapel Hill Music Scene, 1989-1999,” published in April of 2024. It's the story of a community where musicians played in each other’s bands, toured with each other, produced each other’s records, and supported each other’s work regardless of style or pedigree. Tom also shows what it was like to be in a place where major labels descended, boosting some bands and discarding others. He experienced it first hand as a member of many NC bands, including Squirrel Nut Zippers, whose 1995 album “Hot” sold over a million copies.As Tom writes, “I want to give you a sense of what was broadly going on musically and show you the fertile soil from which all this wondrous music sprang. Because this kind of community is very much like a garden: there are the beautiful flowers, of course, which command most people’s attention, but for those flowers to grow there must also be a rich diet, pollinators, earthworms, and the right amount of rain, shade, light, and decay.”We hope you enjoy Marc's conversation with Tom Maxwell!