A countdown of ten artists who broke away from their old groups and went on to release great music in their own right.
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The debut album from The Rides is in stores this week. Kenny Wayne Shepherd tells us about his new band with Stephen Stills.
Popdose is Goin’ Country with a new weekly column
Who needs any stinkin’ Crosby, Stills or Nash??
Ken Shane sits down with newly rediscovered superstar Sixto Rodriguez
With this, the fourth installment of our look at AM Gold: 1979, the Digging for Gold series comes to a close. Thanks to everyone for reading, listening, and mellowing with us!
Boo! **Leprechaun Dance**
One man doom merchant, Judd Madden, shares the five albums he just couldn’t be without.
Episode 3 focuses on MTV: the role of politics in its history and programming, and the politically motivated artists who’ve been a part of it.
On a Thanksgiving night 35 years ago tomorrow, the Band bid farewell at The Last Waltz. Among the show’s many highlights was Van Morrison’s scintillating rendition of “Caravan.”
If you could only listen to five albums, which ones would you choose? In this edition of Desert Island Discs, Scotty Alan makes his picks.
If you could only listen to five albums, which ones would you choose? In this edition of Desert Island Discs, Jason Corcoran of Gaston Light makes his picks.
If you could only listen to five albums, which ones would you choose? In this edition of Desert Island Discs, Alyssa Graham makes her picks.
“Death by Power Ballad” explores Extreme’s “More Than Words.”
In which Bob possibly sets a new personal record for equivocation.
The next to last week of Bottom Feeders features the most eclectic artist in the series. This week it’s the letters X and Y from the Billboard rock charts.
Fandom: what does it mean, who inspires it, and where will you go in its name? We have some thoughts on the subject, and you’ll hear ‘em on Episode 18 of The Popdose Podcast!
In week three of her look at Best Original Song Oscar nominees from years past, Kelly Stitzel revisits the year the Boss took home the trophy.
From the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond, Michael Fortes runs through his top picks for the best albums of 2010.
Neil Young and Joanna Newsom lent their talents to a worthy cause in San Francisco, and Michael Fortes gives the rundown on how it all unfolded.
In a world filled with awkward family holiday reunions, three men gather to remind you that it could be worse: you could be a Brady or Stewart Copeland. Join Jeff Giles, Jason Hare and Dave Lifton for a discussion of the best and worst pop culture reunions on Episode 15 of The Popdose Podcast!