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Disgraceland is a music and true crime podcast that tells the jaw dropping stories of musicians behaving very badly… and some even getting away with murder. Named “Best Podcast” by the Webby Awards and multiple winner at the iHeart Podcast Awards, Disgraceland dives into the unbelievable histories of the world’s most famous musical artists. Jerry Lee Lewis committing murder? Guns ‘N Roses inciting a riot? Jay Z’s nightclub stabbing? Cardi B’s admitted robberies? Taylor Swift’s many stalkers? Host Jake Brennan gets into all of this and more. Listen to new episodes of Disgraceland every Tuesday wherever you get you podcasts. And for even more episodes, check out all nine seasons for free only on Amazon Music: amazon.com/Disgraceland.

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    • 4.6 • 11.7K Ratings

Disgraceland is a music and true crime podcast that tells the jaw dropping stories of musicians behaving very badly… and some even getting away with murder. Named “Best Podcast” by the Webby Awards and multiple winner at the iHeart Podcast Awards, Disgraceland dives into the unbelievable histories of the world’s most famous musical artists. Jerry Lee Lewis committing murder? Guns ‘N Roses inciting a riot? Jay Z’s nightclub stabbing? Cardi B’s admitted robberies? Taylor Swift’s many stalkers? Host Jake Brennan gets into all of this and more. Listen to new episodes of Disgraceland every Tuesday wherever you get you podcasts. And for even more episodes, check out all nine seasons for free only on Amazon Music: amazon.com/Disgraceland.

    Mama Cass Elliot (Pt. 1): Dangerous Drug Dealer Boyfriends, International Arrests, and the Solo Career That Should’ve Been

    Mama Cass Elliot (Pt. 1): Dangerous Drug Dealer Boyfriends, International Arrests, and the Solo Career That Should’ve Been

    Cass Elliot, AKA "Mama Cass" from The Mamas and The Papas, broke the mold of female pop superstardom and shattered expectations of what women in music “should” be. She also was arrested in London for theft, dated international drug dealers, and tanked what was supposed to be a career-defining solo performance while flying high on Iranian hashish. To this day, the biggest controversy swirling around the singer is her connection to the 1969 Manson Family murders. Her actions during the so-called “Summer of Love” might even be why the motive for the murders America has come to accept as fact…is actually entirely false.




    To hear all episodes of Disgraceland for free, visit amazon.com/disgraceland. Show notes are available at disgracelandpod.com. Follow us @disgracelandpod on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook for music news, bonus episodes, and more. 

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    • 34 min
    Disgraceland Talks Charlie Manson (After Party Bonus Episode)

    Disgraceland Talks Charlie Manson (After Party Bonus Episode)

    Charles Manson the Music Man, the tale of Trent Reznor's time in the Cielo Drive murder house, and Jake's latest takes on All Quiet on the Western Front, White Lotus, and your listener messages. Leave your own message at 617-906-6638 and join the After Party!

    This episode contains themes that may be disturbing to some listeners, including domestic violence and graphic descriptions of violence and sexual assault.

    To hear all episodes of Disgraceland for free, visit amazon.com/disgraceland. Show notes are available at disgracelandpod.com. Follow us @disgracelandpod on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook for music news, bonus episodes, and more.

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    • 19 min
    Charles Manson the Music Man: Lost Records and a Prosecutorial Song too Crazy to Sing

    Charles Manson the Music Man: Lost Records and a Prosecutorial Song too Crazy to Sing

    In and out of juvie and jail since childhood, Charles Manson learned guitar in prison from the last of the great Depression-era gangsters. He also made music industry connections in jail like the Rolling Stones’ road manager. During the "Summer of Love", Manson bounced from prison and took his act to San Francisco, formed a drug-soaked sex cult, moved the whole Family to L.A., and before you could say “celebrity orgy,” he was hanging with Neil Young, the Mamas and the Papas, and the Beach Boys. Charles Manson was about to be the breakout star of 1969…at least in his own mind.




    This episode contains themes that may be disturbing to some listeners and includes graphic depictions of violence.




    To hear all episodes of Disgraceland for free, visit amazon.com/disgraceland. Show notes are available at disgracelandpod.com. Follow us @disgracelandpod on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook for music news, bonus episodes, and more.

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    • 45 min
    Disgraceland Talks Robert Johnson (After Party Bonus Episode)

    Disgraceland Talks Robert Johnson (After Party Bonus Episode)

    The death of Jerry Lee Lewis; Robert Johnson and the power of myth; and what makes a great cover song? The Original Recipe After Party is back Disgos: all Jake all the time (okay, with special guests when they're extra special). Leave Jake a message at 617-906-6638 to get on the After Party yourself, and check in after each new Disgraceland for Jake's takes, to find out what he's been reading and watching and listening to... and of course, back by popular demand, Jake reading the phone book.

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    • 27 min
    Robert Johnson: Voodoo, Delta Blues, Cursing God, and a Crossroads

    Robert Johnson: Voodoo, Delta Blues, Cursing God, and a Crossroads

    Robert Johnson didn’t just play the blues. He embodied them. He drank and womanized his way through the South, New York, and Chicago in the 1930s, until he finally met the devil at the crossroads for a little trade. So the legend goes, anyway. With the same soul he supposedly sold to the devil, Robert Johnson belted lightning blues that captured trouble in 12 bars. But the trouble he touted would eventually trickle into his own life, one bottle of poison at a time.




    This episode contains themes that may be disturbing to some listeners and includes descriptions of racial violence and traumatic childbirth.




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    • 41 min
    Introducing: The Newest Season of BADLANDS

    Introducing: The Newest Season of BADLANDS

    Badlands is a true crime podcast that dives deep into the real stories of the famous– at their most infamous. In an all new special season, host Jake Brennan tells the stories of legendary athletes whose misdeeds off the field are as unbelievable as some of their record-breaking plays.

    As American football gets into full swing, Badlands explores the intersection of gridiron giants and true crime, with stories about Michael Vick, Ray Lewis, Joe Namath, Robert Rozier, and Lawrence Taylor. And just in time for the World Cup, we’re tackling the sins and scandals of the soccer world, with episodes on Diego Maradona, Andrés Escobar, Paul Gascoigne, Bruno Fernandes de Souza, and of course, the infamous Hillsborough Disaster of 1989.

    To hear this action packed new season, follow Badlands wherever you get your podcasts. Or binge the entire new season right now only on Amazon Music. Listen here: wondery.fm/D_BadlandsS6

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    • 7 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
11.7K Ratings

11.7K Ratings

DMassey601 ,

Amazing!!

Was recommended this podcast randomly and now I’m addicted. It’s now a must play while I am working.

theentern ,

Bomb

Been listening for days. Love this sheeeet

silence_event ,

Melitron forever!

I love the original music, the guy who made the music was super talented! RIP (I think). Been listening since the start. Just want to say thanks for “fugitives in exile” …I guess now I’m a stones guy lol….thanks, Jake!

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