On this Six-Pack episode, Lee McCormack of the Tramps Like Us Podcast and Corey Nowlin of The Seven Notes of Separation podcast rejoin Eric Miller of Pods & Sods to share six songs highlighting Ringo Starr. We have some solo songs, some Beatles songs, a live clip, and much more. This one is heavy on the drum talk, as Lee and Corey are both drummers, but it’s accessible and a fun listen for everyone. Lee (who has performed as a Ringo in a Beatles tribute for 10+ years) sits behind his kit to demonstrate some Ringo-isms, including his famous side-to-side hi-hat shuffle. We even have a bit of name that tune. which is a total blast. Plus Corey shares his deep familial connection to Ringo’s drumming and the best song ever, truly. All fun, all lovely, all Ringo.
So sit back and celebrate the legendary charm of Ringo Starr!
On this Six-Pack episode, Mark Anthony K of the Projekt Gemineye and Corey Nowlin of The Seven Notes of Separation podcast join Eric Miller of Pods & Sods to kick of a series of Six-Packs celebrating 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.
“The measure of a life is a measure of love and respect
So hard to earn, so easily burned
In the fullness of time
A garden to nurture and protect”
On the tenth day of the 12 Days of Christmas Six-Packs, my true love gave to me…
Today friends of the show Sonny “Hollywooood” Pooni of the Growin’ Up Rock podcast and Corey Nowlin of the Seven Notes of Separation podcast are rejoining Eric to rock out with some holiday fun, we’re digging a bit into the metal side of things on this one. We’ll also share some laughs, talk about holiday traditions and classic movies and TV specials, we’ll find out what happened when Sonny lost a bet to dress as Santa, and we’ll also hear about Corey’s first public performance – as Little Drummer Boy, and we’ll also discuss some meaningful charities that could use some love this holiday season.
So throw on some holiday leather and join us at Stonehenge for some festive music and holiday cheer.
On this Six-Pack episode, Lee McCormack of the Tramps Like Us Podcast and Corey Nowlin join Eric Miller of Pods & Sods to kick ass on the wild side. Knee down ye sinners, we’re talking Motley Crue! From their earliest days on Leathur Records and their punk roots, to the Corabi days and beyond, we’re covering it all. As per usual, we take a few detours and tackle such thought provoking questions as ‘who would win in a fight between All Hell’s Breakin’ Loose KISS and Too Young To Fall In Love Motley Crue?’
Three friends, two drummers, six epic Crue songs, and infinite fun.
So strap in to your gyroscopic drum kit, throw on your leather g-string, grab your nasty habits, and DUDE, it’s Motley Crue DUDE!
On this Six-Pack episode, friends of the show Missy O’Neal and Corey Nowlin join Eric Miller of Pods & Sods for some Lionel Richie Dancin’ On The Ceiling style fun. In this Volume One, we’re each bringing two picks covering Lionel’s incredible career from The Commodores to the iconic balladeer to his incomparable duets. We’re getting mighty mighty and lettin’ it all hang out!
So sit back and discover or rediscover the brilliance of Lionel Richie.
Join Megan and Craig (and Corey and Jamie) on the Norwegian Pearl as they celebrate KISS along with 2200 other fans on the seventh KISS KRUISE! Starting and ending in New Orleans with a few stops in between, enjoy three hours of recorded missives from a solid week of KISS madness!