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The official Rhino Podcast, featuring deep dives into classic artists and albums, interviews with your favorite musicians, and lots of juicy behind-the-scenes stories about your favorite music. Plus, updates and music news, with new episodes bi-weekly. Subscribe now to make sure you don’t miss out!

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    • 4.7, 69 Ratings

The official Rhino Podcast, featuring deep dives into classic artists and albums, interviews with your favorite musicians, and lots of juicy behind-the-scenes stories about your favorite music. Plus, updates and music news, with new episodes bi-weekly. Subscribe now to make sure you don’t miss out!

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
69 Ratings

69 Ratings

OldSoulSam ,

Very interesting and educational...

This is definitely one of the best music history podcasts out there next to my own... I can hear how passionate the guests are about the music they love by how intrigued they are with the answers to the questions they ask their guests and I can also tell that they are very educated about their guests that they have on the show and they’ve done their homework extensively on them (in which I’m sure impresses the guests that they interview) and plus in this podcast you’ll get to hear the stories behind many world famous songs by the artists that originally did them.. my only wish is that they could nerd out a little bit more on the music but I’m not sure if they are musicians or just fans of the music... but either way if you want to learn more about your favorite 60’s and 70’s pop and R&B artists that you know and love or if your just looking to discover new great songs to listen to and learn more about them straight from the horse’s mouth then give this show a listen...

hate to be that guy, but…. ,

Nah

Nope.

tlcholder ,

Great informercial disguised as a podcast

Who cares if they are trying to get you to buy Rhino product? They have great interviews and guests. I always learn something new and I want to go back and revisit music. I never realized how many great songs Tommy James and the Shondells made. They were just flying under the radar. My only complaint is the interviews could be longer. Every episode could be a two parter like the Linda Ronstadt.

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