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Earth Station One Ep 606 - Holiday Music

The Earth Station One Podcast – Our Favorite Holiday Music

The halls of Earth Station One are decked with happy carolers singing songs of snow, silent nights, and Santa Claus to the backbeat of a little drummer boy. Mike, Mike, Michelle, Ricky, and Bambi present their favorite tunes that invoke the spirit of the holiday season. Plus, actress and musician

Earth Station One Ep 579

The Earth Station One Podcast – Music Spotlight on Jim Steinman

In April, the originator of Wagnerian rock met the god of sex and drums and rock and roll and angelic choirs of epic proportion rang out like bats out of hell. Mike, Mike, Michelle, Ricky, and Bambi salute the songwriting prodigy who made so many rock and roll dreams come

Earth Station One Podcast Ep 537

The Earth Station One Podcast – Music We Are Embarrassed to Love

There are some tunes that get into your head even if you don’t want to admit it to yourself or others. Mike, Mike, Michelle, Ricky, and Bambi reveal some of the songs they sing when no one’s around. Plus, artist Melanie Dean takes the trip of a lifetime in the

The Earth Station One Podcast Ep 486

The Earth Station One Podcast – Woodstock @ 50

Half a century ago, the world witnessed three days of peace, love, and intermittent entertainment scattered between intermittent showers. Mike, Mike, Michelle, Ricky, and Bambi avoid the brown acid and take a trip to the music event that gave those who were growing up in the crazy ’60’s hope for

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