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Lindsay Czarniak has spent her career covering the biggest stories in sports for networks including ESPN and Fox Sports. Along the way she has become fascinated by the intersection of sports and music. As the saying goes, “athletes want to be rock stars, rock stars want to be athletes.” For both, the climb to the biggest stage is similar. What drives them and the challenges they overcome are not. Each episode of The Artist and The Athlete pairs an iconic sports figure alongside a renowned mu ...
 
Rock legend Steve Jones of The Sex Pistols hosts this 2-hour open forum show where the only rule is doing whatever Jones wants. Jonesy’s Jukebox encompasses everything from groundbreaking new music of his own personal collection to current topic discussions and guest interviews of all varieties with a living room conversation vibe. Past interviews include the likes of Johnny Ramone, Eddie Vedder, Brian Wilson, Pete Townsend, Iggy Pop, Robert Plant, Courtney Love, John Waters, Common, Gary Ol ...
 
Picking up where Tom and Carlos left off; 'Giga' Tom and Super-Fans Tim and Ruby discuss the band that has provided the soundtrack to their lives, Pearl Jam. A mix of Delaware beach talk and that Seattle sound that gets the blood pumping. Join us weekly for an hour of Pearl Jam discussion with a little life sprinkled in. Hope to catch you around the bend. Welcome to the "In To Deep" pearl jan fan Podcast.
 
Two music industry veterans team up to delve into one of the most influential bands of all time. Join rock radio vet Roche and Billie Jean Sarullo (of The Orchard, a division of Sony Music Entertainment) on an exploration of the music, performances, and culture of Pearl Jam.
 
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Ghost & Volbeat offer exclusive 7” single only available at their upcoming concerts, Bonnaroo finalizes & releases their 2022 lineup, Spencer Elden refiles his lawsuit against Nirvana, Eddie Vedder’s late father appears on his new solo album, and could Covid-19 sniffing dogs be the new norm at concerts? Plus this week in music history trivia, weekl…
 
I continued delving into recent releases from Kacey Musgraves, Low, Deafheaven, Halsey, Swim School and Sleigh Bells on the show this week, while the retro alternative set is again divided into a block of “international New Wave” from Italy, France, Belgium and more and a chunk of ’80s Japanese New Wave, electronic and city pop tunes. Here’s the se…
 
Rage Against The Machine postpones 2022 tour, Jimi Hendrix’s estate dealing with members of his band in a legal battle, David Coverdale has sold his publishing rights for his works with Whitesnake & Deep Purple, The 2022 New Orleans Jazz Fest have announced their lineup with The Who, Foo Fighters & many more… Plus this week in music history trivia,…
 
Jason and Paul get personal this week. The task is to pick one song from each studio album that best represents them or a significant facet of what makes them who they are. Which albums are easy and which albums are difficult to choose from? The guys took on the task before tackling their Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Why Go. See acast.com/priva…
 
I continued exploring recent releases from Deafheaven, Turnstile, Chvrches, Halsey, The Killers and Angel Olsen on the show this week, while the retro alternative set featured both some ’80s international art rock from the likes of Matia Bazar and Jane Siberry, and another set of ’80s Japanese New Wave, electronic pop and city pop. Here’s the track…
 
Jason and Paul complete their five-part series on each band members' greatest songs with their choices for the Stone Gossard. So many to choose from; what will make the top 5?! All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Let the Records Play. Rick Beato's What Makes This Song Great (Black): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9k55l7LMA7w See acas…
 
David Bowie’s estate reportedly sells his catalog for upwards of $250 million, Lawsuit accusing Nirvana of sexual exploitation is dismissed in court, Tom Morello says he recorded music from his latest solo album on his iphone because he doesn’t know how to use his own studio, Radiohead’s Thom Yorke & Johnny Greenwood have a new band & new single ou…
 
I continued delving into recent releases from Sleigh Bells, Angel Olsen, Lorde, Billie Eilish and Deafheaven on the show this week, while the retro alternative set featured a block of ’80s New Wave oddities from Europe and Canada as well as another tour through ’80s Japanese electronic, New Wave and city pop. Here’s the tracklist for the full show:…
 
Jason and Paul ring in the new year with the next installment of their The Playlist series. This time it's the theme of celebration because obviously! New beginnings, fresh start, all that crap! And of course, the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Inside Job. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Our first episode of 2022! New music updates from Avenged Sevenfold & Green Day, Vinyl has it’s biggest selling week since 1991, Ozzy announces NFT “CryptoBatz” collection for sale, Rush announces Stern Pinball collaboration with a special custom pinball machine plus this week in music history trivia, weekly wtf & so much more… All of our links are…
 
I continued delving into recent releases from Clairo, Billie Eilish, The Killers, Foxing and Molly Burch on the show this week, while the retro alternative set featured a short block of Italo-disco classics, a little block of Krautrock gems and a longer chunk of Japanese New Wave, synthpop and city pop tunes from the 1980s. Here’s the tracklist for…
 
Eric Clapton Sues Widow over Bootleg CD, Deftones Chino Moreno signs new record deal with Warner Music for his side group Crosses, New Found Glory’s Chad Gilbert undergoes surgery to remove tumor of adrenal gland, Weezer to headline free concert in Vegas early next month plus this week in music history trivia, weekly wtf & so much more… All of our …
 
Jason and Paul are joined by their friends in Black Circle - Sergio Filho, Lenny Prado, Luiz Caetano, Nyck Magnani, and Gabriel Z - to talk about their new record Pandora. They discuss Pearl Jam's influence on songwriting from the themes they wrote about to how the songs were crafted in a more collaborative manner to their debut record Mercury. Plu…
 
Tool drummer Danny Carey arrested at Kansas City airport, San Francisco Mayor officially declares December 16th as Metallica Day, Gene Simmons is building a KISS museum inside the Rio in Las Vegas, Major tours announced for Jack White, Korn, Beartooth, Primus & more… Plus this week in music history trivia, weekly wtf & so much more… All of our link…
 
For a seemingly "sullen" band, Pearl Jam has a surprising number of Christmas songs, covers and originals. Billie and Roche discuss some of their favorites PJ holiday tunes and wonder if the band would ever tackle a Hanukkah song. But first, Roche gives an update on the song rankings project and he and Billie give their thoughts on Eddie Vedder's n…
 
Jason and Paul dip back into the mailbag for topic they hope never comes to fruition - pick a replacement for every band member should one of them ever be unavailable for a run of shows - gasp! Later, the guys open up a new segment series called Essential Songs and the first edition focuses on Riot Act. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the We…
 
I continued exploring recent releases from Billie Eilish, Molly Burch, Wolf Alice and Beabadoobee on the show this week, while the retro alternative set again dives deep into early ’80s Japanese New Wave and electronic pop, with some classic city pop tunes to round out the block. Here’s the tracklist for the full show: West Of The Fields August 17,…
 
First time in history that no new rock or metal albums make the Billboard Top 200 list, David Bowie’s 75th Birthday Anniversary Celebration announced for next month with tons of special guests, Reelz network releases their new tell-all documentary focusing on Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler, New tour dates announced for Tenacious D, Alice Cooper, U…
 
Jason and Paul discuss the recent Audible original from Eddie Vedder 'I Am Mine' as well Eddie's upcoming mini tour in support of his new solo record, Earthling. There's also a chat about the postponement of the Pearl Jam tour and who and why it's taken so long to reschedule. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Down. See acast.com/pri…
 
BMG acquires Motely Crue’s entire catalog of music in a new massive industry deal, Major tours announced for Iron Maiden, Foo Fighters, Weird Al Yankovic & Eddie Vedder in 2022, Marilyn Manson removed from Grammy nomination stemming from his recent legal trouble, RATM drummer Brad Wilk undergoes 2nd knee surgery this week ahead of major tour next y…
 
Jason and Paul dip into the virtual mailbag and dive into a fan request to discuss songs Pearl Jam has rarely played but that the guys would love to hear far more often. They also tackle Over/Under for the album Yield. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - No Way. ***apologies for the audio quality this week!*** See acast.com/privacy fo…
 
2022 Rock Grammy Nominee’s announced this week, Spotify removes shuffle as the default setting for album playlists thanks to Adele, The child from Nirvana’s Nevermind album cover amends his lawsuit against the band with new details, New mini-documentary on The Beatles airing on Disney+, Major tours announced for Twenty One Pilots as well as Robert …
 
Jason and Paul are back with another edition of Retracking the Album and what better album to do it than the one celebrating its 27th anniversary this week - Vitalogy. The guys also chime on Eddie's new single "The Haves" and the updated Gigaton tour news. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Not For You. See acast.com/privacy for priv…
 
Welcome To Rockville announces headliners for 2022, Tom Morello announces new solo album coming next month, Alice In Chains’ Jerry Cantrell announce huge solo tour with a live Q&A, Epiphone releases new Billie Joe Armstrong custom Les Paul Jr guitar, Lamb Of God’s Randy Blythe weighs in on the Astroworld tragedy, and what artists & fans can do to h…
 
I continued delving into recent releases from Inhaler, Molly Burch, Japanese Breakfast, Wolf Alice and Clairo on the show this week, while the once-again massively expanded retro alternative set featured another three distinct blocks: a sequence featuring classic productions by the godfather of electronic dance music himself, Giorgio Moroder, a blo…
 
Jason and Paul briefly discuss the upcoming EBRP event and the vinyl re-release of Vault #1 before diving into their main topic of the week. The tragic events of Travis Scott's Astroworld have forced many to relive and compare it to Pearl Jam's own tragedy from 2000 in Roskilde. Herein the guys compare and contrast the two events and discuss What I…
 
Foo Fighters making a horror comedy film in 2022, New albums coming from Jack White, Avril Lavigne & more, Metallica releasing a special 40th anniversary collectors ring, Why are there no physical copies currently available of Limp Bizkit’s new album? Tragedy at Travis Scott’s Astroworld & what it means for the concert industry Plus this week in mu…
 
I continued exploring recent releases from Billie Eilish, Clairo, Inhaler, Lightning Bug and Wolf Alice on the show this week, while the retro alternative set’s definition was stretched a bit to accommodate a set of Sparks classics inspired by the recent Edgar Wright documentary, a block of Scandinavian electropop and one of French pop, some 2001 c…
 
Jason and Paul take aim at every song lyrically written by someone other than Edward Jerome Vedder this week. They parse through them all to find their individual top five tracks, lyrically speaking, written by Matt, Jeff, Stone, Mike, Jack, and Dave. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - All Those Yesterdays. See acast.com/privacy for …
 
KISS cancels entire Las Vegas residency for New Year’s Eve & 2022, hand written alternate lyrics from Robert Plant for the Zeppelin song “Kashmir” up for auction, Queen talks about recording an album with Adam Lambert, Radiohead releases previously unreleased track from O.K. Computer with a new music video, RRHOF highlights from last weekend’s live…
 
On this episode, we bring back a beloved segment, read some emails, and listen to a few recently release new songs! "Long Way" from Ed's soon(?)-to-be-released solo album, Earthling. We also check out three songs from the Sean Penn film, Flag Day...."My Father's Daughter" featuring Ed's own daughter, Olivia, on vocals, Flag Day (Eddie and Glen Hans…
 
I continued exploring recent releases from Clairo, Faye Webster, Inhaler, Lightning Bug and Angel Olsen on the show this week, while the retro alternative set was a sprawling, three-part affair: one chunk of tunes from the legendary Mael brothers and their band Sparks, in honor of director Edgar Wright’s excellent new documentary on them; another b…
 
Jason and Paul are joined once again by the legend of The Sky I Scrape & Red Mosquito forums, Stip! The guys discuss whether or not Vs. is the band's most definitive album and its place in the band's catalog. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Go. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
All-Time Low denies recent sexual assault allegations, would-be assassin John Hinckley fights with Devo over publishing rights, Ozzy Osbourne celebrates the 40thanniversary of Diary Of A Madman with a collab with Dogtown Skateboards, Led Zeppelin’s entire catalog comes to Tik Tok, Plus this week in music history trivia, weekly wtf & so much more… A…
 
Jason and Paul debut the first part of a new series entitled The Playlist. Each part will focus on one theme or mood. The guys will pick songs from across the catalog and can choose as many as they'd like as long as it fits within the confines of an EP (30min or less). This week's show focuses on anger. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the We…
 
Motley Crue’s Vince Neil falls from stage & breaks his ribs, 2021 RRHOF inductors & performers announced for October 30th, Franz Ferdinand drummer leaves after 20 years, Judas Priest front man Rob Halford cancer free after battling prostate cancer, System Of A Down’s Serj Tankian out with Covid-19 Plus this week in music history trivia, weekly wtf …
 
I continued delving into recent releases from Clairo, Faye Webster, Inhaler, Squirrel Flower and Modest Mouse on the show this week, while the retro alternative set again featured both classic Italo disco and early ’80s Japanese citypop, New Wave and electronic music. Here’s the tracklist for the full show: West Of The Fields July 20, 2021 R.E.M.- …
 
Jason and Paul channel their best Vinny Gambini and make powerful statements both for and against Backspacer. Is it good? Is it bad? Should it exist at all!? Somewhere therein lies the answer. All that and Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Speed of Sound. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Korn’s Ray Luzier tests positive for Covid-19, Smash Mouth singer Steve Harwell retires after chaotic on-stage rant, Coachella reverses vax requirement for 2022 edition of the festival, David Lee Roth announces his official retirement with last string of shows in Las Vegas, Eddie Van Halen plaque unveiled in Pasadena Plus this week in music history…
 
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