“Tampa” Earl rolled out two new shows on September 19 for Real Rock Radio incorporating Greater Manchester Rock Radio…and “Rockin’ in the USA” and “Crackin’ the Seal” never sounded better.
On “Rockin’ in the USA,” “Tampa” Earl paid tribute to one of the cities that is a jewel of American rock & roll, the city of Boston! As one of the oldest cities in the U. S. and a multicultural hub for the world, the music generated by the city of Boston crosses all boundaries. We pay tribute to that history as we celebrate Boston, one of the key cities in U. S. rock history!
On “Crackin’ the Seal,” Black Veil Brides was the focal point as we look forward to the release of their new CD, The Phantom Tomorrow, which comes out October 29. In the New Artist Spotlight, we featured the latest music from up and coming bands like Roya, Ghosts of Sunset, Kamenar, Master Dy, Wine Lips, Prima Donnas, Dead Sara, The Rockit King, and the Jamie Porter Band.
If you’re looking for something to rock out to, go no further than this show!
There are things that a human needs to live – food, water, air. Some would say that love is in that mix and it would be a great argument. The emotion of “love” can elate a person, sometimes to the point of creating great art or music. But, if there’s more than two people involved in the relationship, it can sometimes cause great turmoil.
In this edition of the Renegades Radio Podcast, we’re taking a look at some of the great “love triangles” in music history. In the case of Fleetwood Mac, it would bring about their masterpiece achievement. In the case of The Ramones, it nearly killed one of the members! Listen in and learn more as we examine “love triangles” on the Renegades Radio Podcast!
In the wee hours of August 1, 1981, something called Music Television – or MTV – was born. Consisting of nothing but music videos 24/7, it was a revolution in the music industry and would have an impact on many areas of culture in the States of America and internationally. On the first of a two-part episode, the Renegades Radio Podcast will celebrate the birth of MTV 38 years ago, remember how good it once was and, yes, even discuss the present demise of the once powerful channel.
Cover songs – when an artists takes a popular song from another artist and interprets it in their own manner – have been a part of music for some time. But there are good and there are bad cover songs! In Part Two of our look at cover songs, we’ll take a look at both sides of that equation – including a one-time only musical foray by actor Richard Harris!