Patrick is out for the rest of the week, but Jim hung out with Mike Snider and Phil Ingrassia to talk about the Liz Phair concert they went to see together.
Guest hosts Brett Motiff and Mike Snider discuss recent shows they’ve attended, including Springsteen on Broadway, U2, Jack White (with opening band Radkey) and Van Morrison.
Guest hosts Brett Motiff and Mike Snider of Vienna VA talk about music they grew up with, including Led Zeppelin, Bad Company, Loverboy, the Rolling Stones and Tom Petty.
We close out this Perfect Pop Week with a true classic. Our friend Mike Snider picks a pop standard by the Beatles.
Mike Snider, good friend of the show and accomplished writer, breaks down Tom Petty’s studio work. As he says, “there’s no right answer,” when ranking Petty’s work, but we’re glad Mike gave it a shot.
To close Elvis Costello Week, we review this important musician’s iconoclastic career. Our friend Mike Snider joins in the conversation.
For his fourth album, 1980’s “Get Happy!!,” Elvis Costello went all-out soul. It makes us happy (including guest Mike Snider).
Elvis Costello’s third album, 1979’s “Armed Forces,” as examined on Rockin’ the Suburbs. Live from Mike Snider’s house.
Elvis Costello Week continues. Today, we explore his most excellent second album, 1978’s “This Year’s Model.” Our friend Mike Snider joins in the conversation.
Elvis Costello’s stellar debut album, “My Aim is True,” was released 40 years ago this month. We take the opportunity to launch Elvis Costello Week on Rockin’ the Suburbs. With guest star Mike Snider.