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Do you smell that? A faint scent in the air? It smells like... Teen Spirit. That's right, ladies and gentlemen, as Part II of our Grunge Trilogy, we talk about the main attraction. How did grunge kill hair metal, and where did go after it committed that murder? Check out our socials, and send in your Musical Memories here: https://linktr.ee/zacandr…
 
Somebody told us that professional, sophisticated podcasts do multi-part episodes. So we decided to give it a go. And since we've been talking about the 90's so much lately, what better topic for our mini series than the most rapid shift in rock and roll history: Hair metal to grunge to post grunge. In this first of 3 episodes, we talk about the cr…
 
We've all been there. Finding an artist that you absolutely love, only to find out about the shady stuff they did in the past. Is it still okay to listen to their music? Can you look past the mistakes of the artist and still enjoy the art? Check out this week's songs, and send in your Musical Memories here: https://linktr.ee/zacandryan…
 
Well, Ryan finally remembered that he has a podcast, so he's back in the studio! And since he's a brand-spanking-new-first-time-father and all, we look at how parenting and music go hand in hand. Trust us, we're experts in all things parenting. Check out this week's playlist, and send in your Musical Memories here: https://linktr.ee/zacandryan…
 
Get on your combat boots and fix that mohawk, we're talking about punk today. Ryan is still out for paternity leave, so fan-favorite Lindsey Wilson joins Zac in the studio to talk about why she loves punk music, and why she's just now getting into it. Slam dance to this week's playlist, and send in your musical memories here: https://linktr.ee/zaca…
 
Do you ever just wanna break stuff? Yeah, me too. This week we talk about what some people consider the worst thing to ever happen to music: Nu-Metal. We talk about where it came from, and how it brought about such a strange culture. Also, remember Pimp My Ride? That show was cool. Get a soundtrack to your anger with this week's playlist, and send …
 
This week, we pretend to be film critics. We talk about how a TV show put a 37 year-old song into the Billboard charts, our favorite musical movies (NOT musicals), and something everyone asked for, a professional review of Stranger Things season 4. For some reason. Warning: spoilers for season 4 of Stranger Things. Get your popcorn and check out th…
 
After years of waiting, Zac finally gets to talk about his true passion: sports. He knows all about the different balls, sticks, and costumes used by baseballmen. Just kidding, he just tries to keep up as Ryan and special guest Nate Lundberg discuss baseball, and how music became a huge part of it. Get your Jock Jam fix with our weekly playlists, a…
 
Not today, Satan. Not today. Join us with a special guest Bailey Shaffer, who tells us all about the idea of selling your soul to the devil for musical talent. Also, we brush up on our numerology and become environmentalists. Check out this week's playlist and send in your Musical Memories here: https://linktr.ee/zacandryan…
 
Sit back, relax, and let's talk about our feelings. Today we take a look at why music is go good at making us feel things, and how those feelings have shaped what we listen to. We also introduce our new weekly segment, Musical Memories. Check out the weekly playlists, and send in your Musical Memories here: https://linktr.ee/zacandryan…
 
Come with me to the land of make believe, where we all forgot that the Beatles are the most important band to ever be. Now answer this honestly, would we still love the Beatles? Would we still talk about their influence today, over 50 years after their breakup? Who would have taken their place? Come Together and check out this week's playlist: http…
 
Can you even believe it? We're actually talking about something that didn't happen before we were born. Kendrick Lamar just dropped his 5th album, "Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers", and there's a lot to unpack. Did this album cement his status as the Greatest Of All Time? Join us as we take a look at Kendrick's career, and follow along with the music…
 
Why are musicians so angry sometimes? Do they really have things to rebel against, or are they just fighting against personal demons? Join us for story time this week as we explore rebellion in music. Also, apparently Zac hates Christmas for some reason. Raise your fists and check out this week's playlist: https://linktr.ee/zacandryan…
 
An extra special guest joins us in the studio today: Zac's wife Lindsey. Since she's a 10 year old at heart, she knows all there is to know about Disney, so we thought we'd pick her brain on its music. Oh, and Ryan's sleep deprived, and it's a real hoot. Get ready to sing along with this weeks's playlist: https://linktr.ee/zacandryan…
 
In this week's episode we discuss how important cover songs are to the music industry, and the strange, empty wasteland our lives would be if they had never been legal. Also, how science is cooler than sports. Check out the companion playlists here! This week, it's all about covers. https://linktr.ee/zacandryan…
 
This show will feature an interview with Derek Evan, from Budd Lake, NJ. We will also be playing a few of Derek's recent recordings-which will knock your socks off!! You will not want to miss this show. Derek is one of the most unique singers in the oldies and doo-wop business, and has many years of experience as a singer, recording artist, and liv…
 
On Saturday, November 13, 2010 from 8:30-10:00 PM, Philadelphia's own "Street Corner Five" will be performing at The Washington Theatre, Washington, NJ (Warren County). For details go to the Washington Theatre website at http://www.thewashingtontheatre.com. For this blog, Jersey Phil will be interviewing Jim Bakay of the Streetcorner Five. Jim is a…
 
On October 9, 2010 popular acapella doo wopp group, The Encounters (from Brooklyn, NY) will be performing at the Allentown Symphony Hall, Allentown, Pennsylvania for the "Doo Wopp For Disabilities" concert. Mr Lee, President of the Philadelphia Group Harmony Association (PGHA), will be the concert Emcee. In this addition of Doo Wopp Today Mr Lee wi…
 
Smitty joins us once again, fresh from his performance in Philly at the TLA. Before he sang with Quiet Storm, Smitty was a member of "The Informers". You will hear several Informers tunes, and Smitty's discussion about those days before Quiet Storm. Get ready to hear some more fantastic QS cuts as well.…
 
This week we will feature the life and times and music of Bronx native Freddie Papst (also) known as "Sackie". How did Freddie get this nickname?? Tune into our show and find out. You will also hear 10 tunes that have been selected from Sackie's library of music from the various groups he has performed with over the years, such as Cherished Memorie…
 
This week's "Doo Wop Today" show kicks off its new 1 hour format with the popular singer, songwriter, and longterm DJ for the "Doo Wop Cafe", Jack Strong, from Philadelphia, Pa. Jack sang with several groups, including The Contenders (The Clock), The Kaptions (Dreaming Of You), and The Lytations (Look Into The Sky). You can listen to Jack (JP) on t…
 
This week we will focus on the music of Fred Papst (AKA Sackie). Fred has performed with many groups over the years. We have selected 6 or 7 tunes to be played (depending on time) that Fred has performed on-either as lead or as a back-up singer. Fred will be available to discuss these tunes and the groups that performed them and also present us wit…
 
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