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Creating The Rock 'N' Roll Archaeology Project with Christian Swain

Creating The Rock 'N' Roll Archaeology Project with Christian Swain

Update: 2021-02-17
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This is the final episode of Season Three of The Creationists and since this season featured a series of music related interviews, I thought it only appropriate to include an interview with Christian Swain who, along with his longtime friend Richard Evans created The Rock and Roll Archeology Project, a podcast that is an in-depth look at rock and roll as well as the culture and technology that influenced it from 1945 to 1995.

My conversation with Christian touches a bunch of different areas including the influence of black music on rock and roll, the creation of Pantheon, his podcast network of almost 70 music related shows as well as his views on the use of pre-recorded music in podcasts. But everything Christian and his partners have created starts with the first episode of The Rock and Roll Archeology Project which launched in 2015.

If you have even the slightest interest in the history of music, culture and technology and how they collided in the 20th century, I can't recommend the Rock and Roll Archaeology podcast enough but do yourself a favour and start at episode one. You can find this and all of the other Pantheon shows wherever you listen to podcasts or at pantheonpodcasts.com.

Read the full transcript at imstevewaxman.com

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Creating The Rock 'N' Roll Archaeology Project with Christian Swain

Creating The Rock 'N' Roll Archaeology Project with Christian Swain

Steve Waxman