On this Six-Pack episode, a reluctant Lee McCormack of the Tramps Like Us Podcast and BJ Kramp of the Rock And/Or Roll podcast join Eric Miller of Pods & Sods to set the night on fire, to get wild in the streets, and to french kiss the morning. In other words, we’re talking some Bon Jovi. We have mixed feelings overall, but do like some of the tunes. So if you’re a sensitive fan, this may nooooot be the best episode for you. On the other hand, if you want some laughs with a few great songs thrown in, hopefully you’ll hit play and let it rock!
So sit back and discover or rediscover the glorious blazes of Bon Jovi.
SamePageCast returns with very special guest Derek Miner, who joins in a chat about favorite moments during the television run of The Monkees (including some obsessive ultra-geeky chat for good measure)!
On this Six-Pack episode, Steven Michael of Growin’ Up Rock and Joe Royland of Sit & Spin with Joe, join Eric Miller of Pods & Sods to share some classic songs from Night Ranger. Night Ranger really had all the elements – two great singers, several great songwriters, dual lead, shredding guitars, solid harmonies and unforgettable melody for days. Naturally we bring some classics spanning their early years through the top of the nineties, but we also hit some more recent stuff and some deep cuts. It’s a solid mix if you’re a serious or casual fan and wanna go beyond simply “motoring, what’s your price…”
So sit back and discover or rediscover the Secret of the Success of Night Ranger.
On this Six-Pack episode, Craig Smith (“hey Craigy!”) stops by one of Eric’s solo sidecasts along with Richie Wagner of Audiobiography to crack open a Six Pack of Paula Abdul! Lots of laughs, detours, name-dropping friends from our podcast community, and flights of fancy that revisit the glory days of the early nineties in this one. Buckle up. We even manage to make it through six of Paula’s tastiest pop morsels like serious adults, seriously. This is gonna be a fun one whether you dig Paula or not. C’mon, who doesn’t wanna hear three grown, non-dancing dudes wax poetic on the technical prowess and captivating virtue of Paula’s dance abilities?
So sit back and discover or rediscover the pop tastiness of Paula Abdul.
On this Six-Pack episode, Jeff Harris of Behind The Grooves and Richie Wagner of Audiobiography join Eric Miller of Pods & Sods to share some classic songs from George Michael. From his earliest days of Wham! to unforgettable onstage moments in front of millions, we cover his catalog and even go a bit off the beaten path. Some fun trivia, some fun facts, a smidge of gossip, and six great songs by one of the most iconic artists of the last several decades shared among friends.
So sit back and discover or rediscover the unique brilliance of George Michael.
On this Six-Pack episode, writer/podcaster from KISS FAQ Julian Gill and Lee McCormack of the Tramps Like Us Podcast join Eric Miller of Pods & Sods to talk about everyone’s favorite cat-man – Peter Criss. We’re each bringing two of our favorite Peter songs in this six pack celebrating the man behind the kit during the prime years of KISS. We hit on Julian’s personal memories of seeing one of Peter’s retirement shows, Peter’s Budweiser commercial, Peter’s elder-statesmanship at this point in the band’s history, what was Peter’s impact to the KISS sound, and Lee even climbs behind his kit to demonstrate the variations of the Peter Criss Shuffle! This is a fun one as me and the boys will be podding all niiiiiightt…..
So sit back, don’t go to school again, and discover or rediscover the unique musicality of Peter Criss. Ya got nothin’ to lose!
On this Six-Pack episode, writer and comedian Courtney Cronin Dold, Jon Lamoreaux of The Hustle Podcast, and Joe Royland of Sit & Spin with Joe join Eric Miller of Pods & Sods to school him on the great Neil Finn. From Split Enz to his solo work to Crowded House, we hit it all. Courtney, Jon, and Joe each bring two of their favorite Neil songs and share the stories behind the songs and their fandom. Lots of laughs, some heavy celebrating of Neil’s work, and a few tangents all make for a fun Six Pack. In fact a Six Pack so strong could carry us away…
So sit back and discover or rediscover the unique brilliance of Neil Finn.