Listeners respond to episode 738 (The Concerts That Got Away) with their own tales of missed opportunities, including shows by Bruce Springsteen, David Bowie, Meat Puppets and the Guess Who.
Mark Neese of Okemos MI tells us about his favorites of 2019: Angel Olsen, Priests, Seratones, Bruce Springsteen and The Who.
We laughed, we cried, we rocked. 2019 was an EPIC year for the pod. Relive the memories with us with this list of the most legendary episodes of the year.
Jim went to see the Bruce Springsteen fan fest “Blinded by the Light.” His impressions of the film.
A third June new music episode. We follow up our Bruce Springsteen Week with our thoughts on his new album “Western Stars.” A panel discussion with Jim, Patrick, Mike Snider and Intern Sam Lisker.
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.”