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Grant-Lee Phillips pays a visit to the Radio Hour to discuss his latest album Walking In The Green Corn.
Chart Attack! is back for episode 2, covering the Top 10 from March 19, 1983.
The third Platters That Matter podcast looks at the third album from this great trio. Whoooooa!
Duke was the album that changed how the world viewed Genesis. Chris Holmes and Dw. Dunphy look at this game-changing record on Platters That Matter.
Jay Nash talks about his new album Letters From The Lost with Matt and Jeff.
The first edition of the new Chart Attack! podcast kicks off with the Top 10 singles from the week ending February 15, 1986.
In the midst of the holiday season, we caught up with Bruce Hornsby. It was indeed, a very merry experience.
In the debut installment of the Platters That Matter podcast, Chris Holmes and Dw. Dunphy explore Joe Walsh’s 1978 solo album But Seriously, Folks…
Matt ‘n’ Jeff talk to author and Popdose writer Scott Malchus about his new book, Basement Songs.
Matt and Jeff welcome singer/songwriter Steve Poltz to discuss his new album Noineen Noiny Noin. Steve also plays several songs live during the podcast.
One of Popdose’s favorite artists discusses his brilliant new album, I Recall Standing as Though Nothing Could Fall.
Matt Wardlaw and Jeff Giles launch a brand new podcast with 35 minutes of Bruce Hornsby worship as they discuss Hornsby’s new live album.