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Modern Musicology #115 - Filmmaker Olivia Serafini-Sauli

Modern Musicology #115 – Filmmaker OLIVIA SERAFINI-SAULI

Filmmaker Olivia Serafini-Sauli hung around the New York music scene in the 90s, and she always had her camera at the ready. So when her friends in the band The New Rising Sons were on the verge of having all their dreams come true, she was there to chronicle it. However,

Modern Musicology #113 Jeff Slate and Earl Slick

113 – Jeff Slate and Earl Slick

Jeff Slate and Earl Slick first met over 15 years ago. In that time they have performed and recorded together many times. Jeff is a guitarist, producer, frontman, journalist, regular guest host on SiriusXM. and ASCAP songwriter. Earl is a legendary guitarist, most known for his long association with David Bowie,

Modern Musicology #112 - Michael Cartellone Interview

Modern Musicology #112 – MICHAEL CARTELLONE Interview

Michael Cartellone Rock fans would have first gotten to know Michael Cartellone from his work as the drummer in the band Damn Yankees with Tommy Shaw, Jack Blades, and Ted Nugent. After that, he joined the band Accept, and since 1999 he has been the drummer for Lynyrd Skynyrd, with whom he has toured extensively and

Modern Musicology #111 - Ian Wright of the Jack Rubies

Modern Musicology #111 – Ian Wright

This week we have the privilege of speaking with Ian Wright of the band The Jack Rubies! The band first hit the scene in the mid-80s with a series of British singles. After signing to TVT Records, they released two full-length albums, Fascinatin’ Vacation in 1988 and See The Money in My Smile in 1990. They’re now

Modern Musicology #108 - RUSH 50th Anniversary

Modern Musicology #108 – RUSH 50th Anniversary

RUSH On March 18, 1974 the debut album by Canadian power trio RUSH was released. Since then, they have become one of the biggest bands in the world, with a fanbase unlike any other. This week, Alan is joined by Gerry Schramm of the Something For Nothing podcast, and Vicki Hudson, lead vocalist of the tribute band The

Modern Musicology #107 - Changing Genres

Modern Musicology #107 – Changing Genres

Changing Genres On February 11, Beyonce surprise-released a new country-western single, “Texas Hold ‘Em”, along with a second song “16 Carriages”, the first two singles from her upcoming country music album. The song became the first recording by a Black woman to gain the #1 spot on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, despite

Modern Musicology #105 - KISS 50th Anniversary

Modern Musicology #105 – 50 Years of KISS

KISS The first KISS album was released on February 18, 1974! To help celebrate that momentous occasion, Alan is joined by good friend Matt Alschbach of the Rock and Metal Profs Podcast! We talk about the brilliance of that debut album and how it set the template for everything that followed; Matt tells us about seeing the End

Modern Musicology #104 - Grammys and Rock Hall Coverage

Modern Musicology #104 – Grammys and Rock Hall

Grammys and Rock Hall Coverage It’s Awards Season again! In this episode we review the 2024 Grammy Award Ceremony. We talk about some of the outstanding musical moments from the show (like performances by Joni Mitchell, Tracy Chapman, Miley Cyrus, Billie Eilish, Olivia Rodrigo, and more) and share our reactions to some

Modern Musicology #103 - Immedate Family Documentary

Modern Musicology #103 – Immediate Family

Immediate Family As soon as we saw the trailer for the Immediate Family documentary last year, we knew we wanted to review it on our show! The film covers the extraordinary careers of Russ Kunkel, Leland Sklar, Danny Kortchmar, and Waddy Wachtel, and the amazing music they’ve made over the years. They’ve been

Modern Musicology 102 - Beatles Covers

Modern Musicology #102 – BEATLES Covers

Beatles Covers The Beatles, like most bands, started out as a cover band, but became arguably the most covered musical act in history. You can find covers of Beatles songs in literally every genre of music. This week, we talk about many of our favorite covers of Beatles classics, including

Modern Musicology #101 - She's a Badass

Modern Musicology #101 – She’s a Badass!

She’s a Badass! We’re very excited to have the opportunity to chat with Katherine Yeske Taylor, author of the new book She’s a Badass: Women in Rock Shaping Feminism, available now from Backbeat Books. In the book, Katherine talks to 20 musicians, from legends like Ann Wilson, Gina Schock, Suzi Quatro, Exene Cervenka,

Modern Musicology #99 - Holiday Music

#99 – Holiday Music

Holiday Music The Winter Holidays are full of great music! Anthony, Stephanie and Alan share some of their favorite holiday traditions and talk about their favorite Christmas music. And as you’d expect, it’s an eclectic mix to say the least, ranging from traditional Latin hymns to heavy metal holly! We have a couple of

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