Rockin’ & Crackin’ – “Tampa” Earl’s Shows for January 9, 2022

Welcome to the New Year (OK, a bit belated, but you get the point!)!

The first “Rockin’ in the USA” broadcast for 2022 featured a look at New Year’s Resoultions. Did you know that only EIGHT PERCENT of New Year’s resoultions are kept? And what do people make New Year’s resoultions about? We’ll get into music from George Thorogood and the Destroyers, Oasis, and Jimmy Buffett as we examine the things that people may resolve to change!

On “Crackin’ the Seal,” rock and roll raconteur Jack White was featured, along with new music from Jelly Roll and Rise Against. In the New Artist Spotlight, we brought out the latest music from newcomers like The Heavy North, Crossbones’ Creed, Rabid Hood, Mad Wet Sea, Those Made Broken, A Ritual Spirit, and 1945.

If you missed it the first time around, here’s your chance to catch up with the first new broadcasts of “Rockin’ in the USA” and “Crackin’ the Seal” on Real Rock Radio for 2022! Enjoy and mahalo!

Renegades Radio Podcast – Forecasting the Nominees for the 2020 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

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Recently the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame held its induction ceremonies, enshrining such legends of rock as Stevie Nicks, The Zombies, and Def Leppard into the Valhalla of rock music. Now that the 2019 ceremonies are complete, it’s time to take a look at those who are newly eligible and those that have been eligible for some time but haven’t been voted in. Such newcomers as The Notorious B.I.G., Stabbing Westward and Weezer are all eligible (having released their first album in 1994), while stalwarts such as Warren Zevon, Jimmy Buffett and Pat Benatar all look for their first nominations. Take a listen to the newcomers and the veterans – which ones will be nominated come this fall?

Renegades Radio Podcast – Classic Rock Magazine’s 100 Greatest Rock Albums of All Time, Part One: Who DIDN’T Make It?

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In the first of a two-part series, the Renegades Radio Podcast will look at Classic Rock Magazine and its list of the 100 Greatest Rock Albums of All Time. In the first part, we’ll take a very brief look at some of the artists who didn’t make it onto the Top 100 – in some cases, some of the greatest records in rock history! Check it out below!