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With lively exchanges and interesting insights, the JabberGuys dive into the backstories of the rock music industry’s little-known facts, fascinating stories, and much more about your favourite performers, bands, and musicians. INSIDE ROCK discusses aspects of rock music history you didn’t know through amusing and thought-provoking podcasts.
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Memorable Moments: 1960s

Memorable Moments: 1960s

2020-11-1901:01:341

The JabberGuys revisit some of Rock's most memorable moments from the 1960s.1960sFemale domination of the charts in the early 1960s.(Little Eva, Connie Francis, Brenda Lee, Shelley Fabares, Dee Dee Sharp, Patsy Cline, Mary Wells, the Shirelles, the Crystals, and the Marvelettes).Phil Spector (Record Producer) and the Wrecking CrewBarry Gordy and MotownThe Kingsmen - Louie Louie (FBI investigation)Introduction of the Compact Cassette – 1962Blank Cassettes – 1964 (Mix Tapes) The Ed Sullivan Show – The Beatles (February 9, 1964) Bob Dylan goes electric (Newport Folk Festival – 1965)No Direction Home (Bob Dylan Documentary) The Beach Boys – Pet Sounds (1966) Sgt Pepper (1967) – The Beatles John Lennon’s interview that eventually ended the Beatles touring career (1966) Pete Townsend (The WHO) smashes his guitar (1964) Who is Mal Evans?  ('A Day in the Life' - Last Chord) – 1967 Seattle Pop Festival – 1969 Max Yasgur – Rented his farm for Woodstock (1969) The Beatles last public performance – Rooftop of Apple Corp.  (1969)“Get Back”Johnny Cash – Prison Concert  (1968)Rolling Stones – “I Can’t Get No Satisfaction” (1965)Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, we may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Best Selling Music Top Sellers in Holiday Music on Amazon!Musiclal Instruments and more! Amazon's Best Sellers in Musical Instruments, Stage, and StudioExplore Ideas for Electronic Gifts! Check out Amazon's wide selection of electronicsSupport the show (https://paypal.me/jabberguys?locale.x=en_US)
Rock Hurts

Rock Hurts

2020-11-0539:19

Crazy concert mishaps, and baffling behaviour by some of your favourite rock performers are discussed by the JabberGuys on this episode of INSIDE ROCK.  “Rock Hurts” shares a variety of stories that provide insights into many of Rock music’s moments to remember. David Bowie: Lollipop in the eye (Norway, 2004)Rolling Stones: Altamont Speedway Free Festival (1969)James Hetfield: Metallica (Montreal, 1992)Ace Frehley: Legendary Bad Behaviour; KISSOzzy Osbourne: (Bats and Ants???)Black Sabbath’s Tony Iommi shouldn’t play with fireRod Stewart: a new healthier way to snort? (allegedly… lol)Frank Zappa: Takes a major tumble; (London, 1971)The WHO (1973): ‘Can anyone play the drums?’  The WHO (1967): Exploding Drums?Nirvana (1992): Krist Novoselic’s self-inflicted guitar woundThe Doors: Jim Morrison lets it all hang outSinead O’Connor’s career ending protest on SNLAshlee Simpson’s disastrous lip-sync hoedown on SNLJames Brown (1988): Guns and PCP don’t mixCurtis Mayfield’s tragic accident (1990)The WHO: (Cincinnati, 1979) General Admission disasterVisit www.jabberguys.com for trivia and more bonus content.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, we may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Start Your Own Quiz Start using quizzes to engage your customers. I’m loving Interact Quiz Builder! Try it for free.50 Years of the Rolling Stone The magazine’s rise to prominence as the voice of rock n roll and leading showcase for photography.Best Selling Music Top Sellers in Holiday Music on Amazon!Explore Ideas for Electronic Gifts! Check out Amazon's wide selection of electronicsMusiclal Instruments and more! Amazon's Best Sellers in Musical Instruments, Stage, and StudioSupport the show (https://paypal.me/jabberguys?locale.x=en_US)
What's in a Name?

What's in a Name?

2020-10-2340:58

The JabberGuys discuss underlying meanings and messages from some of your favourite rock songs, as well as uncovering the origins of many popular band names on this episode of INSIDE ROCK.  Some of the band name origins are a little graphic, so make sure the kids aren’t around when you listen.Dolly Parton“I Will Always Love You” - Written for Porter Wagoner as a farewell when she left his showQueex references the Netflix documentary about Dolly: “Here I am”Led Zeppelin“Black Dog”Talking HeadsReference to ‘Max Headroom’Elvis on the Ed Sullivan ShowShown only from the chest up to avoid his gyrating lower body considered at the time to be inappropriate for TVThe Day the Music DiedDon Maclean’s “American Pie” about the death of Buddy Holly, Richie Valens, JP Richardson (the ‘Big Bopper’)Waylon Jennings escapes the same fate Creedence Clearwater Revival: origin of name Deep Purple“Smoke Across the Water” backstory“Stupid with a flare gun” identifiedBand name originSteely DanBand name origin… yikes!‘Black Friday’ backstoryThe Rolling StonesStarted as the ‘Blue Boys’Band name origin“Brown Sugar” backstory10ccSeriously, the origin of this band is messed up.  (Although there are differing reports on the accuracy of the claim.)Nirvana“Teen Spirit” backstoryBand name originKurt Kobain’s former band called ‘Fecal Matter’ … seriously?Joni Mitchell“Woodstock”Missed Woodstock to appear on the Dick Cavett TV Talk ShowElton JohnName origin“Philadelphia Freedom” backstoryTwisted SisterName originMTV Documentary: “I Want My MTV” referenceAC/DC“Back in Black” backstoryNew album scheduled for release, November 13, 2020Axl Rose – ‘Guns and Roses’ lead singerVocal range computer-ranked by Concerthotels.comVisit JabberGuys.com to subscribe to our podcasts 50 Years of the Rolling Stone The magazine’s rise to prominence as the voice of rock n roll and leading showcase for photography.Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEMusiclal Instruments and more! Amazon's Best Sellers in Musical Instruments, Stage, and StudioDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (https://paypal.me/jabberguys?locale.x=en_US)
Cleveland Rocks

Cleveland Rocks

2020-10-1643:451

INSIDE ROCK launches with insights to those performers who have made the cut for induction into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame, and those who haven't.  Interesting backstories, early inductees, obvious choices, recent snubs, and the confusion around voting criteria.First song released a minimum of 25 years prior to being nominated.The Rock Hall says the induction decision is based on the performer’s contribution to the industry, not popularity or album sales.2020 InducteesFirst Inductees: 1986The JabberGuys discuss ‘Glam-Rock’Who isn’t in? (as of 2020)The Commodores and Lionel RichieBiggest Hit: “Three Times a Lady”Career Highlight: Based on their global popularity, they are nicknamed “the Black Beatles”Lionel Richie - first artist in popular music history to appear in the Top 10 as composer, performer and/or producer of 3 simultaneous hits.First Music Video on MTV: “Video Killed the Radio Star” (Buggles)Pat BenetarSecond video on MTV: "You Better Run"2 multi-Platinum albums5 platinum albums3 gold albums15 Top 40 singles4 consecutive Grammy wins in the Best Female Rock Vocal PerformanceDevoName refers to “devolution” of humankind due to technologyOriginal videos of disturbing images were shown during concerts to underscore their philosophy  Warren ZevonEligible for 26 years.One of his most popular songs: "Werewolves of London"The Guess WhoMost successful Canadian rock group of the late 60s and early 70sBurton Cummings – lead vocal, went on to a successful solo careerRandy Bachman, went on to form BTO'American Woman' reached No. 9 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart,  only Guess Who album to reach Top 10.B 52'sTrend setting in new wave music.Most popular song: 'Rock Lobster'The debut single, Rock Lobster only sold 20,000  in 1978.The CarpentersRichard Carpenter was the writer and recognized as being a pioneer of the love ballad in popular culture.Popular song: "Close to You"The MonkeesMembers: Michael Nesmith, Peter Tork, Micky Dolenz, Davy JonesThe Monkees actual first hit was not by Jones, it was Mickey Dolenz with'Last Train to Clarksville'Jimi Hendrix opens for the Monkees:  1967INXSEligible since 2005Thin LizzyEligible since 1996 (1 nomination)Popular song: "The Boys are Back in Town"ChicNominated most times without being inductedBy 2017, nominated 11 timesWeird Al  YankovicCha makes a case for Weird Al, but alas, 3 thumbs downOthers Not in the Rock HallRock n Roll Hall of Fame: First 25 Years Behind the scenes in this in-depth retrospective of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEMusiclal Instruments and more! Amazon's Best Sellers in Musical Instruments, Stage, and StudioDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (https://paypal.me/jabberguys?locale.x=en_US)
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