On this Six-Pack episode, Brad Page of the I’m In Love With That Song Podcast and Jon Lamoreaux of The Hustle Podcast, join Eric Miller of Pods & Sods to celebrate the life and work of Neil Peart and Rush. The impact and breadth of Rush’s musical career is beyond measure, and Neil’s words particularly resonate in the hearts and minds of millions of fans around the world. Oh, plus he’s the Drum God-iest of Drum Gods – a unique talent that elevated what one could do behind the kit and beyond the light stage as a creative force. Who’s the greatest rock drummer ever? C’mon. We all know.
Rush is an eternal brotherhood. Three young to older men that lived a life of philosophical growth, musical exploration, joy, tragedy, and friendship on record and on stage – the real relation. We’re all blessed to have witnessed and have been inspired by it – now and forever. So, join us as we grieve the loss of Neil and praise the work of Rush.
Air drumming highly encouraged, in fact required.
“I don’t have faith in faith
I don’t believe in belief
You can call me faithless
You can call me faithless
I still cling to hope
And I believe in love
And that’s faith enough for me
And that’s faith enough for me”
On this Six-Pack episode, friend of the show John Bolsar and Brad Page of I’m In Love With That Song podcast join Eric Miller of Pods & Sods to school him on the unique brilliance of John Hiatt. John has been a prolific songwriter for decades, with some of his songs being covered by the biggest in the biz, but he’s quite the recording artist and performer in his own right. In this episode we cover tracks spanning his wonderfully unique career and variety of styles – rocker, singer-songwriter, early new wave, blues-roots-rock, Americana before there was such a term, and much more..
So sit back and discover or rediscover the brilliance of Mr John Hiatt.
On this Six-Pack episode, friend of the show Jack Broad and Brad Page of I’m In Love With That Song podcast join Eric Miller of Pods & Sods to school him on the unique brilliance Adrian Belew. Adrian has been a prolific songwriter, side-man, guitar innovator, and all around musical trailblazer for several decades. He’s even been a former Pods & Sods guest, clearly a career highlight for anyone! But in this episode Brad and Jack are bringing some of their personal favorite choice cuts from Adrian’s deeply interesting and widely varied career – from solo to sideman to group member of such bands as King Crimson and The Bears, this episode has tastes of each. Bonus: We get some patented Brad Page storytelling leading up to his last pick, epic!!
So sit back and discover or rediscover the brilliance of Mr Adrian Belew.
Are you a fan of David Bowie – are you a fan-fan or a Greatest Hits fan?
On this Six-Pack episode, Eric Miller of Pods & Sods (being simply a Greatest Hits Fan) invites two friends and serious fan-fans to enlighten him on some of Bowie’s deeper cuts. Joining Eric are recently recurring favorite, Jon Lamoreaux of The Hustle Podcast, and making his Pods & Sods debut in awesomely eloquent fashion is Brad Page of the I’m In Love With That Song podcast.
Jon and Brad are each bringing three David Bowie deep cut picks. On top of that, they’re bringing the stories and context around these Bowie gems. Should be fun. Can they school and enlighten Eric and lure him into the catalog beyond the Greatest Hits? Who will bring the better picks?!?? Could there possibly be a Bowie song that bores Lamoreaux to tears?!? Listen and find out!
This year Eric and Craig are joined in Nashville by Mister Brian Jacobs (father of Not Pete Ham Jacobs) for the second annual ROCK N POD EXPO! Enjoy a super jam packed four hour marathon with all of our friends:
Bakko (Cobras and Fire)
Lee McCormack (Tramps Like Us)
Randy W. Hall (That Dandy Classic Music Hour)
Matt Porter (The KISS Room)
Brad Page (I’m In Love With That Song)
Courtney Cronin Dold (Pop!)
Gary Shaller (PODKISST)
Jon Lamoreaux (The Hustle)
Joey Haynie (Rock Strikes Ten)
Wally Norton (CGCM Podcast)
Sonny Pooni (Growin’ Up Rock)
Brian Kramp (Rock and/or Roll)
Julian Gill (KISSFAQ)
Chris Czynszak (Decibel Geek)
Finishing off with a live bootleg recording of Honey Don’t featuring Mister Brian Jacobs on vocals, the smoldering Lee McCormack on vocals and guitar. the powerful and attractive Joe Polo on drums and team player Craig Smith on bass.
See ya next year in Nashville!