A rambling discussion about nominees to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Listener Mike Snider chose the topic as part of our patron series.
If you are somewhere, anywhere, near Vienna, Va. on Wed, March 4, 2020, head immediately to Jammin Java. We need you to be part of a very special podcast recording.
Three more listener calls about great 2019 music. David Leedy picks Orville Peck. Keith Jacobsen goes with Better Oblivion Community Center and Josh Ritter. And Tom Neuerberg chooses several artists, including Pete Yorn, Maggie Rogers and The 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.
It’s Part 2 of our interview with record producer Andy Zax, who put together the 38-disc comprehensive 50th anniversary Woodstock box set. In today’s segment, he talks about The Who, John Sebastian and others.
Guest hosts Mike Wagner and Nick Scalera explore the wonders of The Who’s rock opera “Tommy,” released 50 years ago.
We conclude our series on classic rock in the ’80s with a look at Crosby, Stills & Nash, Yes, the Who and the Grateful Dead. Rob Gates and Kevin Goff join Jim while Patrick is on vacation.
As we change the calendar to 2019, we look back on some favorite episodes of the past year. Let’s start with our interview with Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia. He talks about his music fandom and plays a tune for us on his harmonica.
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.