Episode 1551: Remembering R.E.M.’s Little America Tour
We take a trip down memory lane to the year of 1984, when a band from Athens hit the road to promote their ‘Reckoning’ album.
Episode 1539: American Band Madness: Preview Edition
We’re staging a 64-band tournament to determine the greatest American band. We kick-off the bracket with Selection Monday!
Episode 1339: Fan Mail – Squeeze, R.E.M., Robert Plant and Alison Krauss, and More
We address more listener correspondence, from Peter Nordgren, Bud Verge, Enrique Cruz and Kevin Clement. Matt Windeler fills in for Patrick.
Episode 1318: Radio Songs – R.E.M., Indeep, Spoon
All week, you’ll be hearing from DJs that broadcast on our new web radio station: Suburbs Radio. Jim and Patrick, along with friend / station manager Keith Jacobsen, introduce shows by Noah Crane, Mike Snider and Patrick Foster.
Episode 1298: 1992 – R.E.M., Uncle Tupelo, Lyle Lovett
Noah Crane, a patron of the pod, gets to pick the topic. He leads Jim & Patrick in a discussion of three favorite albums turning 30 this year: “Automatic for the People” by R.E.M., “March 16-20, 1992” by Uncle Tupelo and “Joshua Judges Ruth” by Lyle Lovett.
Episode 1249: Jim’s Journey – The College Years
Part 2 of the Jim’s Journey series. Tom Nord joins the show to discuss the music of the mid-to-late ’80s when Jim and Tom were at Indiana University.
Episode 1224: September New Music – Low, Diabolical Liberties, Jason Isbell
What’s Patrick been digging lately? New music by the Diabolical Liberties and Low. Plus, we play an R.E.M. cover by Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit.
Episode 1219: Talkin’ About R.E.M. – Live From Suburbs Fest
In this Suburbs Fest listener episode, music journalist and pod listener Craig Rosen talks about R.E.M.
Episode 1140: Manhattan Tuesday
Cocktail Week continues. Jim & Patrick, plus Mike Snider and Bud Verge, drink Manhattans and talk about songs related to Manhattans.
Episode 988: Sophomore Albums
Noah Crane, a patron of the pod, picks the topic. We discuss great sophomore albums by The Band, New Order, R.E.M. and Gaslight Anthem.