Steven Routledge of Scotland gives us his picks for May new music: Slipknot, Trivium, Night Cafe, Ian Noe and Lion.
The listeners tell us about new music they have discovered, and it’s beautifully eclectic. From the indie rock of Sebadoh to the driving assault of PUP (Pathetic Use of Potential) to the moody sounds of Feels to the electronica of Com Truise. Thanks to listeners Harris and Jesse.
New Orleans icon Dr. John (born Malcolm John Rebennack Jr.) died on June 6, 2019, at age 77. Jim and Patrick pay tribute.
We wrap up Bruce Week with an examination of Springsteen’s 1984 super-megahit album “Born in the USA.” With special guests Intern Sam Lisker and Mike Snider.
Day 4 of Bruce Week. Explore the stark sounds of 1982’s “Nebraska.” With special guests Mike Snider and Intern Sam Lisker.
Day 3 of Bruce Week. We explore 1980’s glorious double album “The River.” With special guests Mike Snider and Intern Sam Lisker.
It’s Bruce Week on Rockin’ the Suburbs. Five days, five classic albums, leading up to the release of Springsteen’s latest album, “Western Stars.” We start with the breakthrough record, 1975’s “Born to Run.”
Part 2 of our interview with Icelandic soul singer Junius Meyvant. We talk more about music, but also about Iceland and sport!
We interview Icelandic soul singer Junius Meyvant at a hotel before a show in Washington DC. Junius’ story is unique and his music is powerful. This is an artist you need to know!