The Story of Rock and Roll Radio Show

The Story of Rock and Roll: Episode 50

December 27, 2019 Season 1 Episode 50
The Story of Rock and Roll Radio Show
The Story of Rock and Roll: Episode 50
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The Story of Rock and Roll Radio Show
The Story of Rock and Roll: Episode 50
Dec 27, 2019 Season 1 Episode 50
James Daubeney

Episode 50, the final chapter of The Story of Rock and Roll Radio Show for the second decade of the 21st century aired at 21h00 on 26 Dec 2019.  The show was in an earlier timeslot so it's about an hour longer than normal, the music was great, but I struggled a bit to find the rhythm.  There are good reasons for this but I won't go into them here, let's just call it a year.  For TSORR it's been a steep learning curve, it's been exciting and really interesting.  Thank you all for the incredible support and for listening.  I learned a lot in this first year of podcasting and you can look forward to exponential improvements in Season II of The Story of Rock and Roll Radio Show in 2020.

On this show were some great moments, the music is always rock solid, excuse the pun.  Having an extra 10 songs allowed me to experiment with two tracks from the movies.  The first being Atticus Fetch (Tim Minchen) performing a track called 'So Long' off Season 6 of the Californication Series.  Then the final track of the show, 'The Flame Still Burns', performed by Jimmy Nail and written by Mick Jones, of Foreigner fame, is from a movie called Still Crazy.  All rock fans should see it and you will get some more detail about it on www.thestoryofrockandroll.com.  It is special, those who know will know.  We had a bit of a look at 2019 and I reckon that Mania is now my best Metal album for 2019.  It's from a little known band out of San Francisco called Hell Fire.

Artists featured included:  Def Leppard, Marilyn Manson, Ace Frehley, Deep Purple, Uriah Heep, Northward, Dio, Van Halen, The Sex Pistols, Blue Scream, Rose Tattoo, Coheed & Cambria, Newsted, Dirty Honey, The Wildhearts, Strange Fruit, ACDC, Arapaho, John Mellencamp, Iced Earth, Linkin Park, Iron Maiden, Skid Row, The Almighty, Alice In Chains, Bad Company, Desperado, The Clash, Cinderella, Airbourne, Atticus Fetch, Hell Fire, Strange Fruit, Sugar Drive, In Flames and The Wildhearts.  

Show Notes

Episode 50, the final chapter of The Story of Rock and Roll Radio Show for the second decade of the 21st century aired at 21h00 on 26 Dec 2019.  The show was in an earlier timeslot so it's about an hour longer than normal, the music was great, but I struggled a bit to find the rhythm.  There are good reasons for this but I won't go into them here, let's just call it a year.  For TSORR it's been a steep learning curve, it's been exciting and really interesting.  Thank you all for the incredible support and for listening.  I learned a lot in this first year of podcasting and you can look forward to exponential improvements in Season II of The Story of Rock and Roll Radio Show in 2020.

On this show were some great moments, the music is always rock solid, excuse the pun.  Having an extra 10 songs allowed me to experiment with two tracks from the movies.  The first being Atticus Fetch (Tim Minchen) performing a track called 'So Long' off Season 6 of the Californication Series.  Then the final track of the show, 'The Flame Still Burns', performed by Jimmy Nail and written by Mick Jones, of Foreigner fame, is from a movie called Still Crazy.  All rock fans should see it and you will get some more detail about it on www.thestoryofrockandroll.com.  It is special, those who know will know.  We had a bit of a look at 2019 and I reckon that Mania is now my best Metal album for 2019.  It's from a little known band out of San Francisco called Hell Fire.

Artists featured included:  Def Leppard, Marilyn Manson, Ace Frehley, Deep Purple, Uriah Heep, Northward, Dio, Van Halen, The Sex Pistols, Blue Scream, Rose Tattoo, Coheed & Cambria, Newsted, Dirty Honey, The Wildhearts, Strange Fruit, ACDC, Arapaho, John Mellencamp, Iced Earth, Linkin Park, Iron Maiden, Skid Row, The Almighty, Alice In Chains, Bad Company, Desperado, The Clash, Cinderella, Airbourne, Atticus Fetch, Hell Fire, Strange Fruit, Sugar Drive, In Flames and The Wildhearts.  

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