Would the Beatles’ double White Album have been better as a single album? Jim & Patrick give it a go.
We conclude our interview with keyboardist Ricky Peterson. He talks about his latest solo album “Drop Shot,” the music he grew up with, his thoughts on streaming music and what it’s like to play in front of 20,000 people.
Today, guest host Mike Wagner of Houston talks about the art of the backing vocal.
The listeners respond to our Beatles Countdown (episodes 486-490). Plus, a sorta related story about Ray Davies of the Kinks.
And thus we end our countdown of favorite Beatles songs, as chosen by a cast of Rockin’ the Suburbs listeners. Thank you to all who contributed. (And please indulge us as Jim, Patrick and Brad Maylor play a few of personal selections.)
We’re counting down the hits on our way to No. 1. This episode features Beatles favorites numbers 6, 5 and 4, as selected in a vote by our hosts and hardcore Rockin’ the Suburbs listeners.
We are into the single digits of our Beatles’ favorite songs countdown. A panel of super music fans (Rockin’ the Suburbs listeners) helped out. And Brad Maylor also played along.
We continue our countdown of favorite Beatles songs, based on a survey of hardcore Rockin’ the Suburbs listeners. Plus, Brad Maylor joins in studio.
With help from some super-fan listeners, we count down favorite Beatles songs all this week, from 15 to 1. Brad Maylor joins Jim & Patrick in the basement.
Guest host Mike Wagner explores the majesty of the Rickenbacker guitar sound, from the Beatles to the Byrds to Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers to R.E.M.