Does the world really need another music podcast? Yes, it needs this one.Rock ‘n’ Roll Grad School brings audiences along on a ride that feels like a late-night conversation on a tour bus traveling to the next gig.
Rock n Roll Grad School #142 Firefall's Jock Bartley
As soon as you hear Firefall, you know it's them. Now the band has an album covering some of the great songs by their friends and family. Friends & Family, the album is out now. And you can catch Firefall on tour this fall. For more information, check out their website, or follow them on Facebook.
Rock n Roll Grad School #141 McIntyre & Legare
This week we wrap up our preview of the Summit Indie Fest, which is happening September 30th in Portsmouth, NH. We sat down with Henry McItyre and Tyler Legare. The two songwriters have only recently combined their talents, and it was a great conversation full of pop music conversation. (You can find out more about Henry and his music with Tyler on his Facebook page.) And you can find out more about Summit at their website.
Also, we have two new contestants for dink of the year. Unfortunately.
Rock n Roll Grad School #141 Cat Wolf
We continue our countdown to this year's Summit Indie Festival by talking with band Cat Wolf. They're one of the acts playing at this year's fest, and their appearance is part of a regional tour. The band has been together for two years and are already getting blurbed by some big names.
For more information, check out their website, or follow them on Facebook. And for more information about Summit Indie Fest, check out their website.
Rock n Roll Grad School #140 Poet & Artist Amanda Shea
This week is our first in a series of interviews with artists performing September 23rd at the Summit Indie Fest in Portsmouth, NH.
Amanda Shea is a poet, artist, teacher and so much more. She sat down with us for a wide-ranging and fascinating conversation.
For more information, you can check out Amanda's website or follow her on Instagram. And for more information about the Summit Indie Fest and all the acts playing this year, check out their website, or find them on Facebook.
Rock n Roll Grad School #139 Celebrating Ozzy @ 75
Ozzy Osbourne is turning 75 and what better way to celebrate than looking back at his fascinating career. Daniel Bukszpan's new book "Ozzy @ 75" is the perfect examination of Ozzy's career and how he's still alive.
Plus, Heidi saw Barry Manilow and offers her full review.
Rock n Roll Grad School #138 Guitarist Joel Hoekstra (Whitesnake, Trans-Siberian Orchestra)
Joel Hoekstra is a busy guy. Whether it's playing with Whitesnake, or the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, or on Broadway in Rock of Ages, Joel keeps his calendar full. We talked with Joel about his immense body of work, how he can switch between genres and styles and his upcoming acoustic tour with Brandon Gibbs.
For more information, to pickup his albums and so much more, check out his website. You can also follow him on Facebook and Instagram.
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What a great to learn about the music greats. The hosts are funny, smart and clearly fans!
Heidi and Luke make up an awesome team that never fail to entertain. They always keep it interesting and ask the questions that you didn’t know you wanted to know the answer to. It’s constant laughs and you can’t go wrong with good music.