288 episodes

Every artist has a story. Whether big or small, they've all seen the ups and downs and worked hard to maintain careers in music. We chat with some of the most interesting legacy artists in pop music and go in depth on their careers, how they feel about them, what it's like being a "rock star" and also hear their best stories. If you're a music junkie you will love these long form conversations with beloved figures from your life.

The Hustle Jon Lamoreaux

    • Music
    • 4.9, 12 Ratings

Every artist has a story. Whether big or small, they've all seen the ups and downs and worked hard to maintain careers in music. We chat with some of the most interesting legacy artists in pop music and go in depth on their careers, how they feel about them, what it's like being a "rock star" and also hear their best stories. If you're a music junkie you will love these long form conversations with beloved figures from your life.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

Andy Emmanuel ,

A must listen !

A really good podcast and one that all serious music fans should hear. Jon has a good interviewing style and the overall feeling is he never rushes the subject, yet gets an awful lot of information out of them. An excellent selection of guests too, keep up the great work !!

David in Glasgow ,

Insight into the life and times of 80s rock and pop stars

Awesome - great insight to some of the talented musicians that made some of the greatest music of the 80s.

Jon always manages to get the best out of his interviewees... the real stories behind the music... and how these people still make a living.

seeourbee ,

What a fantastic listen

Came across this via the Brian Nash interview and have listened to so many more episodes since. The "interview" if you can call it that is so much more like two people having genuinely warm chat about similar interests. I've learnt so much about artists that I did know before from listening to episodes like Mike Lindup (Level 42) interview, Don Mclean, Johnny Hayes Jazz etc. I was a fan of Danielle Dax for years and was so disappointed when she suddenly disappeared in 1991/92, now I know why.

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