MLVC: The Madonna Podcast is the place for all things Madonna Louise Veronica Ciccone. We have discussions about her music, tours, movies, and other memorable career moments, and feature in-depth interviews with special guests who either worked alongside the Queen of Pop, or who have been long-time fans with up-close encounters.
Remixing Madonna: DJ Dan De Leon
In this episode we are joined by DJ Dan Leon!
We talk to Dan about what it's like to have produced one of the official remixes of "Crave" plus he his work as a sought after international DJ, event promoter and founder of Pump Records.
Dan goes in depth as he shares his Madonna Journey and some close encounters as well.
Check out Dan's work here:
DAN DE LEON (IG TW SNAP @djdandeleon)PUMP Records (IG TW FB @pumprecords)YouTube: video.PUMPRECORDS.us
Alex Magno: Choreographing Madonna
This week we welcome Alex Magno to the podcast!
Alex is a Brazilian born, International director, choreographer and producer who has choreographed two of Madonna's most iconic tours: the Girlie Show and the Drowned World Tour.
Tune in to hear Alex share some amazing stories and insights on what it was like to work with M and how he created some of the amazing dance numbers we all know and love from those shows.
You can find Alex on Instagram: @alexmagnoofficial or online at alexmagno.com.
Sadonna: Melancholy Madonna Music
This week on the podcast we are joined by Miguel Gutierrez, a choreographer, artist and instructor who's created a transcendent musical project titled Sadonna.
Sadonna is exactly what it sounds like: sad versions of Madonna songs. We talk with Miguel about how he became a fan of La Ciccone and what inspired him to create his musical homage to the Queen. We also showcase his amazing musical renditions of two of Madonna's classic hits.
For more on Miguel and Sadonna visit https://www.miguelgutierrez.org/sadonna
Find him on Instagram: @aboylikethat
The Night I Danced With Madonna
Ever wonder what it's like to dance with Madonna? Well, we finally have Stefan tell his tale!
In this very-special bonus installment of the podcast, guest host Sean Kennedy (a content creator for The History Channel and SyFy), interviews Stefan for the premiere episode of Sean's new web series "My Crush with Fame."
Listen as Stefan reminisces about the magical night he went onstage as the 'Unapologetic Bitch' during Madonna's Rebel Heart Tour, which happened back on September 24th, 2015.
Stefan's experience shows that it's always good to dream big.
To watch the video interview, visit: https://youtu.be/LEXs6EJ8Ivk
To read Stefan's blog post about the night, visit: https://bit.ly/3kyNuVN
Madonna & The Biopic
Tony is back from visiting Madonna's house in London and Stefan has taken his Madame X tour jacket for its first strut of the fall season.
What better reason to get together for a catch-up!
This week on the podcast we have a chat about Madonna and her upcoming biopic. She's hard at work with Academy-award winning screenplay writer Diablo Cody and they recently revealed all the details on Instagram Live. We also commemorate the one-year anniversary since the beginning of the Madame X tour and the 20th anniversary of the MUSIC album.
So kick off your cowboy boots, pour yourself a cuppa tea and enjoy!
Madonna's SEX Book
This week we're traveling back in time to one of the most titillating releases in Madonna's career: the SEX book. Published in 1992, with photography by Steven Meisel, SEX depicted a rarely clothed Madonna in various sexual situations alongside a who's who of guest stars -- and the book was a runaway success. Though its release did not go without controversy and backlash, to this day, SEX remains the fastest selling coffee-table book and is one of the most sought-after, out-of-print books in the country.
So get your riding crop, crack open your spiral bound metal covers and take an unclothed walk down memory lane with us and, of course, Dita Parlo.
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A very insightful podcast and really enjoyable. Thank you
For fans, it’s disappointing to hear so many factual errors, whining about the current Madame X era, dummy spits, and general negativity for a project that I’d assume was put together to celebrate Madonna. Skip this podcast and check out The Immaculate Podcast if you want some great in depth, researched, interesting and fun discussion.