Singer-songwriter John Hampson of Nine Days joins us to talk about the band’s new album, Snapshots, which is being released July 8.
Vicki Peterson of the Bangles joins us this week to discuss the band’s new archival release of ’80s rarities and the group’s colorful history.
’80s synth pioneer Howard Jones is our guest this week to talk about touring with Barenaked Ladies and OMD this summer as well as the new music that he’s got in the works. He also shares his memories of late keyboard legend Keith Emerson.
We talk with legendary guitarist Steve Lukather about Toto’s upcoming summer tour and the band’s plans for their 40th anniversary.
Singer-songwriter and author Bill See joins us to talk about his book 33 Days and the brand new Divine Weeks reunion album.
Actor Kiefer Sutherland adds “singer/songwriter” to his official resume with the upcoming release of his debut solo album. We spoke with Sutherland to talk about the album and the tour and what people can expect.
Singer/songwriter Mark Mulcahy joins us to talk about the new Miracle Legion reissues and the band’s plans for upcoming reunion shows.
Singer/songwriter John Waite joins us to talk about his upcoming acoustic tour and a few nuggets from his colorful career.
Two bears, a cat, the thing in the box, his own grandpa, dogs playing poker & more.
Chicago-based singer/songwriter Michael McDermott is celebrating 25 years as an artist. He drops by the podcast to talk about Six On The Out, the new album from his band, The Westies.
Popdose’s new podcast Fuzzy Turkey Sandwich: It is penicillin for your earholes.
The great Dan Baird has been blasting out some of rock and roll’s finest jams for more than 30 years. He joins us to talk about his new album and current U.S. tour dates with Homemade Sin.
Ian Astbury takes us inside the career of the Cult and Hidden City, their latest album.
Rick Springfield joins us this week to talk about his new album, plus some upcoming film and book projects that he has in the works.
Alex Dezen of the Damnwells stops by the podcast to talk about his new self-titled solo album which comes out on February 12.
Longtime Popdose favorite Steve Poltz spent some time with us on the podcast to talk about his current tour with Grant-Lee Phillips, his new album, opening for the Ramones and lots more!
We dip into the interview archives this week for a previously unheard chat from June of last year with ’90s alternative veteran Matthew Sweet
Director Steven Flynn stops by the podcast to talk about his new film which explores the career of singer/songwriter David Wilcox.
Legendary producer Tony Visconti talks about his upcoming The Man Who Sold The World tour with Holy Holy and his work with David Bowie, both past and present, including the Blackstar album.
Margo Timmins of Cowboy Junkies drops by to discuss Notes Falling Slow, the band’s new box set, their return to touring and the early days of the group.
Two of our favorite singer/songwriters stop by to talk about their latest albums and play a few songs live.
Jason Bonham checks in with the podcast to talk about working with Phil Collins, Sammy Hagar, the 2007 Led Zeppelin reunion and his current tour with Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience.
Matt Wardlaw and D.X. Ferris are joined by author Greg Renoff to discuss Van Halen Rising, his popular new book that covers the early years of the legendary group.
Matthew Bolin & Lyana Fernandez are back with the 7th episode of Songs of Freedom, as they use protest music associated with events of the 1st half of 2014 as a jumping off point for their discussion.
You didn’t think we were finished pimping Julian’s terrific new album, did you?
Jeff and Scott return again, this time to discuss the penultimate episode of Season 2 of “The Americans.”
Jeff and Scott return after a brief hiatus to cover the last two episodes of “The Americans.”
The latest episode of Comrades from Marsick and Malchus
Jeff Marsick and Scott Malchus return to Popdose for another episode of “Comrades,” their weekly discussion about FX’s “The Americans”
Two words. Michael Parakeeton. Not funny? Well, the rest of the podcast is much better.