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The Record Store Day Podcast with Paul Myers

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From the people who created Record Store Day, The Record Store Day Podcast with Paul Myers is an informative, record store-centric interview show featuring conversations with great guests talking about records, record stores and experiences in the physical retail space.
5 Episodes
It's Episode 4 of the Record Store Day Podcast, and you've got a friend in us. After an exciting RSD Black Friday, Paul touches base with old friends and new ones, as we step into the Holidays with new music and conversations with Kiefo Nilsson, who talks about playing on his dad Harry Nilsson's first album in nearly 40 years, Losst And Founnd, then former Barenaked Ladies singer Steven Page talks about driving downtown in the rain to visit the late-night record shops and shares a bit of his recent album Discipline: Heal Thyself, Pt. II, and in a new feature, Judy Mills of Mills Record Company calls in from her store in Kansas City, MO, to talk about record store culture and being a female boss. Sponsored as always by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery
Since we only drop new shows every two weeks, this episode is our last chance to feature some of the exciting RSD Black Friday Exclusive Releases out on November 29. This is Episode 3, and fittingly, we have THREE great guests to talk about their wares. Legendary English producer Nick Lowe chats about the 40th anniversary RSD edition of "Cruel To Be Kind" a two-sided single featuring the original 1979 hit backed with the remake he did with Wilco. Lisa Loeb talks about her RSD 25th anniversary limited release of "Stay (I Missed You)" backed with four never-before-released live cuts recorded in 2013 with Nine Stories, and producer Steven Mandel (The Tonight Show, The Roots, Elvis Costello) talks about Todd Rundgren's RSD exclusive single "Bang Bang," part of a larger collection of Squeeze covers that Mandel has been putting together. So much great music, and you'll hear excerpts of all of it. Sponsored once again by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery (
Fred Armisen

Fred Armisen


Yay! We made it to Episode 2 of The Record Store Day Podcast with Paul Myers, and thank you to everyone who listened to Episode 1 (Tony Visconti). If you haven't done so already, please consider subscribing to us, wherever you get your podcasts. We'll post new episodes every two weeks. In this music-packed episode, we get closer to Record Store Day Black Friday (November 29) as Paul chats with the comedian, musician and record store enthusiast, Fred Armisen (SNL, Portlandia, Late Night With Seth Meyers, Los Espookys, Documentary Now! and tons more things) and we place a phone call to Benmont Tench of Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, who talks about his new Black Friday vinyl solo single, Nervous From The Fall. We also take a moment to glimpse over the whole list of RSD Black Friday titles and generally have a great time. Go to for all the details.     Sponsored as always by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery (
Tony Visconti

Tony Visconti


From people who bring you Record Store Day, this is the debut episode of The Record Store Day Podcast with Paul Myers. Every two weeks, we'll have official RSD news and information plus interviews with Paul's guests, from a wide variety of fields and backgrounds, all of whom discuss personal their personal stories of record store culture and related topics. To kick it all off, we couldn't be more thrilled to have one of the most influential record producers of the rock era, Tony Visconti, the Brookly-born musician who is perhaps best known for his production work with David Bowie, T Rex, and Morrissey, but that's just the tip of the iceberg. This episode is sponsored by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, proud sponsors of Record Store Day since 2015. (
From the people who bring you Record Store Day™, it's the Record Store Day Podcast, a bi-weekly celebration of record store culture, hosted by acclaimed musician and journalist Paul Myers (author of A Wizard A True Star: Todd Rundgren In The Studio, and more). Each episode features news and events from around the Record Store Day world, and Paul's interviews with a wide variety of guests, all of whom share their own love of records and record stores of the past and present. Because, in the words of High Fidelity author Nick Hornby, "Record stores can't save your life, but they can give you a better one." Subscribe to The Record Store Day Podcast now, wherever you get podcasts.
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