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For all the choice tidbits of "Beatles" inspired influence, including the most candid & up close personal stories available, revolving around all your favorite artists."Bringin' it Back to "The Beatles" with Doug and Ben" will include in-depth interviews with celebrities who discuss their bodies of work while including intimate aspects of how they were profoundly impacted by "The Beatles" throughout their lives. Doug Kolk is a professional entertainment broadcaster in Los Angeles. Ben Don Sh ...
 
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Consequence of Sound and Sony bring you an exploration of legendary albums and their ongoing legacy. Join host Jill Hopkins as she examines how masterpieces continue to evolve: shaping lives, shaking rafters, and ingraining itself into our culture. Maybe you’re a longtime fan who wants to go deeper. Maybe you’re a first-time listener curious to hear more – either way, you’re in the right place.
 
Iconic Sonics celebrates the history of the great Seattle SuperSonics, including the team’s journey and experiences in Seattle. It explores the stars and stories that made NBA basketball in Seattle legendary. Iconic Sonics is brought to you by Truth+Media and Dicks Drive-In!
 
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Tom Delonge, co-founder and former member of pop-punk band, Blink 182 discusses the new Angels & Airwaves album, the lack of Beatles in his life, John Lennon's UFO sighting, and why form side project bands when Blink 182 exists?By Doug Kolk & Ben Don Sherwood
 
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…
 
Pearl Jam bassist Jeff Ament once stated that "essentially Ten was just an excuse to tour." The band clearly just wanted some material to play on the road, as their first tour kicked off just after they'd completed mixing sessions for their debut album; the record wasn't even released yet. The tour -- PJ's only with drummer Matt Chamberlain -- was …
 
On this episode, we look at back at the historic show from The Fox Theater in Atlanta from April 3rd, 1994. Old school fans probably listened to this one a million times after recording it from the live radio broadcast (I know we have!). New school fans need to seek it out! Apologies for being a week late, as always, we thank you for your patience!…
 
Ten yielded (no pun intended, Pearl Jam fans) three enduring hit singles: "Alive," "Even Flow," and "Jeremy." But here on Consequence Podcast Network and Sony’s The Opus, we focus on the legacy of the entire album -- and the real meat of Ten is on the non-single tracks. The band has opened shows with the record's final track, "Release," ever since …
 
Police guitarist Andy Summers tells us about his new book of short stories titled, "Andy Summers: Fretted and Moaning." Andy uses his mastery of storytelling to give us the dirt on The Police, tell us about an acid trip listening to Beatles', "She's Leaving Home" before it was released. Jamming with Jimi Hendrix and that time George Martin said, No…
 
While Season 16 of the Consequence Podcast Network and Sony’s The Opus focuses on the unparalleled musical legacy Ten, it's important to note of Pearl Jam has been defined as much by their visuals as their sound. On Episode 2, we explore how bassist Jeff Ament not only contributed to the band's sonics, but their imagery as well. Subscribe now so yo…
 
The series of events that had to happen to have Ten even exist is wild. Jeff Ament and Stone Gossard were in Green River, but they broke up. Then, they were in a pysch-garage band called Mother Love Bone, whose singer, Andrew Wood, died right before their first album was released. The two of them, and a couple of members of Soundgarden put out a tr…
 
Season 15 of Consequence Podcast Network and Sony’s The Opus comes to its conclusion on a high point as we explore how Cypress Hill put weed rap on the map. Within a few months of its release, the impact of Cypress Hill and the subject matter of some of the raps therein was apparent. Other rappers started writing songs that expanded more on the glo…
 
On the previous episode of Consequence Podcast Network and Sony's The Opus Season 15, we explored the chemistry between the voices of Cypress Hill’s B-Real and Sen Dog. In Episode 3, we look at the unique alchemy of their beats. The place where rock and metal meet has always been a part of Cypress Hill's sonic and cultural identity. Sen Dog's first…
 
Consequence Podcast Network and Sony’s The Opus Season 15 continues as we explore the unparalleled chemistry between Cypress Hill’s B-Real and Sen Dog. B-Real’s high-pitched, nasal rap style played off the boom of Sen Dog’s authoritative baritone for a sound unlike anyone else. In Episode 2 of The Opus: Cypress Hill, the two rappers discuss finding…
 
Season 15 of The Opus, presented by the Consequence Podcast Network and Sony, travels back to the Southern California in which Cypress Hill’s sound exploded onto the scene. The sonic sense of urgency in the hip-hop group's self-titled debut album was a time-and-place thing -- a product of late '80s/early '90s Los Angeles that was swept up in the te…
 
The Killers co-founder, Dave Keuning chats about his new solo album, "A Mild Case of Everything," while confirming, he "is back in The Killers." He discusses two new Killers albums on the horizon, why he left, and an answer on touring. His inspiration from David Bowie, his 80's keyboard sound, and George Harrison.…
 
The production on Just As I Am is just as tight as you’d expect an album made with Booker T Jones to be. Bill Withers may have been a rookie singer/songwriter, but the plates on this album were definitely not. In this episode, we speak to folks who help Withers discover and perfect his signature sound. We also discuss the album’s sonic legacy with …
 
Amir “Questlove” Thompson, in Rolling Stone in 2015, called Bill Withers the “last African-American Everyman … the closest thing black people have to a Bruce Springsteen.” Withers’ Just As I Am was once referred to as “middlebrow soul.” That is to say, it was easily accessible at a time when music was becoming increasingly complex. In this episode,…
 
New York Times columnist, Kurt Streeter, joins Sonics Forever to talk about his memories from Seattle and with the team. The long-time journalist discusses the '70s and '80s Sonics with Gas, his father playing with Elgin Baylor, Bill Russell coming to Seattle as a coach for the Sonics and more. Visit iconicsonics.com for more on this episode and ot…
 
In September of 1972, after having been nominated for three Grammys and winning one, Bill Withers spoke with The New York Times, and declared that the whole music thing was simply a phase for him. In 1985, Bill Withers, walked away from the music industry, deciding to not record or re-sign to a record label. He wanted to return to his “regular guy”…
 
Recorded live from Dick's Drive-In in Seattle, George Karl, Coby Karl and Trader Bob Whitsitt join this episode of Sonics Forever. The three talk with the Gas Man about memories from George and Coby's seven years in town, Bob's imprint on the '80s and '90s Sonics and the encouraging momentum for a return of the team.…
 
Jeff Ament from the legendary band Pearl Jam joins Sonics Forever to share memories and great hoops stories from Seattle. A basketball fan growing up in Montana, Jeff describes to host, Mike Gastineau when he became a Sonics fan, going to games in Seattle in the '90s, playing a show in OKC and more. Visit iconicsonics.com for more on this episode a…
 
We speak with Oscar-winning songwriter Paul Williams ("Evergreen," A Star is Born) about being a 6x Academy Award Nominee, the Songwriters Hall of Fame, how he impacted generations by writing "The Rainbow Connection," (The Muppet Movie) stepping on Paul McCartney's foot and John Lennon's "Lost Weekend in LA"…
 
Aaron Bruno of AWOLNATION and hit song, "Sail," discuss the 10th Anniversary of his debut album, "Megalithic Symphony," how his earliest influences of Madonna, Prince, and George Michael transitioned into early hip hop, Nirvana and Rage Against The Machine and his take on how no musician can perfect their craft without exploring The Beatles catalog…
 
So much of hip-hop is built on the notion of creating something from something. Call it covering, call it borrowing, call it sampling, but don't call it unoriginal. For decades, samples have helped musicians turn some of greatest hits into even greater hits. Fugees are no exception to this. They built upon this legacy, The samples and covers includ…
 
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