Tag: fan mail
Episode 848: Fan Mail – KRS-One, Concerts That Got Away
We address listener correspondence about episodes on missed concert opportunities (Nos. 738, 794 and 795) and the music of KRS-One and Boogie Down Productions (No. 801).
Episode 842: Fan Mail – African Music, Counting Crows, Crime Songs
We answer listener correspondence from Bill Mulligan, Hunter Bennett, Jay Ignacio, Kevin Clement and Kurt Gallagher about previous episodes on crime songs (ep. 784), Counting Crows (ep. 786) and African music (ep. 787).
Episode 840: Fan Mail – Bands We Broke Up With
Listeners respond to episode 762 about Bands We Broke Up With.
Episode 823: Fan Mail – Drinking Songs
We respond to some listener correspondence about drinking songs (from Whiskey Week – episodes 750-754). Rob Gates and Kevin Goff join in. (This episode was recorded before the more severe social distancing efforts went into place.)
Episode 822: Fan Mail – The Kinks
We address listener correspondence about the Kinks (from episode 711).
Episode 811: Fan Mail – Lloyd Cole, Jimmy Ruffin
We’re trying to get caught up on our correspondence! Today, we address emails and comments about Jimmy Ruffin’s “What Becomes of the Brokenhearted” (from Mackensi Crenshaw) and Lloyd Cole’s music (from Niklas Nygards and Jay Ignacio).
Episode 804: Fan Mail – Hardcore, Galaxie 500 Tribute, Frontier Folk Nebraska
We address listener correspondence about hardcore punk, Patrick’s visit to Cincinnati’s Shake It Records and a Galaxie 500 tribute album.
Episode 799: Fan Mail – Genesis
Kevin Goff and Rob Gates join the show again to talk Genesis, this time responding to listener comments.
Episode 796: Fan Mail – 1984, ‘Country Music,’ Tool, Durand Jones and the Indications
We open the mailbag way up and address listener correspondence about Ken Burns’ “Country Music,” albums from 1984, Tool and the discovery of Durand Jones and the Indications.
Episode 795: Fan Mail – Concerts That Got Away, Part 2
A second episode in which listeners share sad stories about missed concerts, including the White Stripes and Radiohead.