It’s episode 666 on Rockin’ the Suburbs. So Patrick invites a mischievous guest to the basement.
Get to know “Rockin’ the Suburbs” Intern John Rossman and his music interests.
Jim & Patrick are on vacation again. So Mike Snider and Brett Motiff put together this episode about the Rolling Stones’ classic “Some Girls” album, released in June 1978.
We’re talking summer songs from the Greg Wilson Tiki Bar. Jim & Patrick make songs picks. So do Greg, plus Rob Gates and Kevin Spain.
Make “Exile on Main Street,” a classic double album by the Rolling Stones, into a single album? Can it be done? Jim & Patrick give it a try.
One more guest episode! Mike Wagner of Houston fills in today and talks about songs with great “middle eights.” What’s a middle eight, you ask? Mike will explain. Features music by the Beatles, the Beach Boys, the Rolling Stones, Aretha Franklin and the Replacements.
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 conclude Guest Shot Week with Minnesota’s BJ Bonin and Amy Waller discussing the use of the cello in popular music. Plus, a Perfect Pop pick (without cello).
Why do we mock the french horn? Learn the origin in this classic episode, as First Anniversary Week continues.
We lost a legend over the weekend. Chuck Berry died at 90 years old. Jim & Patrick, plus special guests, discuss his enormous impact.