Jon and Randy continue the 50th episode with more bite-sized fun facts.
Tall Tales in Music Mythology
A former bodyguard/driver for the music industry and a lifelong musician from the opposite side of the musical spectrum team up to talk about some of the weirdest music myths & legends. No music genre is safe, no artist spared. If they’ve had weird run-ins with groupies, drugs or the law these guys will get down the the bottom of the story and report back to you!
For the 50th episode, Jon and Randy share short stories and facts that were to small to fill an entire episode. It's like 15ish small episodes for the low price of one (even though they're free anyway).
There's "crazy," and then there's Phil Spector. Randy tells some of the craziest stories about the man behind The Wall of Sound, and Jon looks at whether Blur's hit "Song 2" was intended to mock American audiences.
How did Dave Grohl impact contract law? What's the story behind the disappearance of Manic Street Preachers' Richey Edwards?
Apr 13th, 2018 by T2M2
Was Michael Jackson an accomplice to a kidnapping? Did Lou Reed abuse children for the sake of his art?
Mar 24th, 2018 by T2M2
What happened to the ashes of Sid Vicious? Did Atari really produce an offensive '80s ad featuring Stevie Wonder?
Mar 17th, 2018 by T2M2
Jon and Randy return with part 2 of notable Australian bands and artists.
Mar 2nd, 2018 by T2M2
Randy and Jon say thanks to their Aussie listeners by discussing some of their favorite Australian bands.
Were two of the most iconic rock songs of the last 30 years ripped off from an Australian band? Did Pink Floyd intend their album The Dark Side of the Moon to sync up with The Wizard of Oz?
Did Jerry Lee Lewis get arrested for the attempted murder of Elvis Presley? Did Mike Patton of Faith No More add a secret ingredient to Axl Rose's orange juice?