Do you enjoy listening to music?
I sure do, as much as podcasts.
I also love to discuss music with my friends.
But when my friends aren’t around, I go to my favorite music podcasts.
'Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald' is an absolute riot of a podcast, bursting with Heather's unique comedic style. Was Heather McDonald a stand-up comic before this podcast? Oh, you bet your socks she was! Now, she channels all her witty shenanigans into her podcast, dishing out juicy celebrity gossip like hotcakes at a Sunday brunch. Imagine the most interesting dinner party conversation; that's 'Juicy Scoop'. Heather is your sassy aunt, your gossip lovin' neighbor, and renowned celeb insider all rolled into one! The Scoop is definitely for listeners with an insatiable appetite for the who's who and what's what of Hollywood. And guess what? It’s also sprinkled with some eye-opening, real-life stories that will leave you gasping for breath. So get ready for your weekly dose of fabulous, scandalous, and oh-so juicy contents!
Dive into the high-drama, twang-tastic world of country music with "Cocaine Rhinestones". This hootenanny of a podcast, hosted by uber fan Tyler Mahan Coe, dissects and spins yarns on the crazy, tumultuous history of your favorite boot-stomping genre. He's traded his cowboy boots for investigative gear, bringing you untold stories and behind-the-scenes scandals that put the 'wild' in 'Wild West'. It's like 'Unsolved Mysteries' meets 'Hee Haw', so saddle up country music followers, history buffs, or anyone up for a rollicking ridin' tale. Tune in to episodes like "Pardon Me, I've Got Someone to Kill" for a crash course in the dark side of your honky-tonk heroes. Bring an open mind, because this ain't your grandpappy's history lesson.
Strumming into your eardrums, the 'Guitar Music Theory' podcast is a melodious medley of expertise. Crafted for the finger-plucking enthusiasts, the strings are metaphorically pulled by Desi Serna, a guy who knows his minor pentatonic scale from his caged system. Step aside Mozart, there's a new composer in town. Whether you're a novice just starting out or Eddie Van Halen in disguise, this dulcet-toned podcast will guide you through how chords, scales, and more are used. The podcast is really a stratocaster of knowledge, so tune in, turn up, and rock out. Just don’t smash your guitar afterwards, it’s not part of the curriculum. You'll learn more than just the 'Stairway to Heaven' solo if you give it a listen. Enjoy - earplugs not included.
Roll up music fans and trivia geeks, 'Hit Parade Music History and Music Trivia' podcast is your pulsating wrecking ball to history's greatest hits! Host Chris Molanphy, a self-proclaimed human jukebox, jams out on the intersection of music and history. Ever wonder why The Beatles dominated 1964 or how disco died? Well, plug in your headphones and tune in to this auditory joy ride. It's a mash-up of Billboard hits, pop culture puzzles, and historical cliff notes. This podcast goes out to all the toe-tapping, head-banging, record-spinning folks out there! Hold on to your turntables, as 'Hit Parade' is your all-access pass to the backstage antics of music history. Get ready to laugh, learn, and rock out!
Unleash your inner Beethoven with the Lisztonian Classical Piano Music Podcast, hosted by an enigmatic personality with a flair for trilling and arpeggios. The host took a break from wowing concert audiences to share their fascinating concoction of classical piano compositions with the world through this podcast. Striving to offer an auditory feast, and sprinkle a little culture onto your everyday routine. Whether you are an amateur pianist, an avid lover of classical music, or seeking refuge from terrible pop songs, this podcast won't disappoint. Featuring gems like Sonata Pathétique, it shows you that feeling blue occasionally is all part of life's grand sonata. So, tune in, because who needs Chopin when Lisztonian is around to tickle the ivories of your heart and ears?
Explore your mind's Bach with 'Music and the Brain', hosted by the lively, yet surprisingly non-musical, Professor Sharpe. His day job might be studying neurons, but he moonlights as a podcaster, exploring how our brain conducts its own beautiful, messy symphony. Intended for the musically curious and brainy enthusiasts alike, this show harmonizes science and sonatas, Beethoven and brainwaves, Mozart and memory. So, pop in those earbuds and get ready to conduct your neurons to the rhythm of knowledge. One hot special, 'The BeBop of the Amygdala', reveals what makes us jiggy when that jazz comes on. This podcast? An encore-worthy exploration of mental melodies that'll have you saying, "Pardon me, but could you pass the Dopamine?"
Strap on your dance shoes and get ready to groove! 'Get Physical Music Podcast' is an auditory fiesta hosted by a dynamic duo who've turned their passion for electronic music into a virtual dance floor. Our hosts, Thomas Koch and Philipp Jung, aren't just two guys with a mixer. They're maestros with a mission to spread the infectious beat of house music across the globe. Each episode is a glorious earful of cutting-edge tunes that will make even the stiffest of listeners shake their rumps. From seasoned club-goers to fresh-faced ravers, and even those ‘nah-I-only-dance-in-the-shower’ types, everyone’s invited to the rhythm bonanza! So tune in, drop the bass, and remember: in the world of 'Get Physical Music Podcast', everything else can hit pause. Let's get physical, shall we?
"Meet history's wildest band: rock 'n' roll, starring in 'A History of Rock Music in 500 Songs.' Think of it as a backstage pass to the annals of rock, hosted by the maestro of melody himself, Andrew Hickey. Much like the time The Who wrecked their hotel suite, Hickey sorts through the rubble of rock's past to uncover the good, the bad, and the hilariously outrageous. This show targets music enthusiasts with an edge, history buffs with a rebellious streak, and anyone who's ever air-guitared in their underwear (you know who you are). Featuring bite-sized episodes, each covering a landmark tune, this podcast will have you saying, 'I love rock 'n roll…and its history.' Strap on your headphones and prepare for a time-travel tour...price of admission - an open mind and ears."
Welcome to 'New Music Monday', hosted by a duo as fresh as the tunes they spin! This podcast is the brainchild of two music aficionados who decided to ditch their night shift deejay jobs and quench the world's thirst for new beats. Because, let's be honest, who needs sleep when there's music to discover? Tailoring to the discriminating eardrums of all the sonic explorers out there, the theme revolves around dropping hot, unheard tracks each Monday. It truly is the musical cheese to your mundane Monday toast. One standout episode is 'Symphony of the Unknown,' unveiling some stellar, under-the-radar artists. Plug in to New Music Monday, and taste the musical future today. Now how about that for hitting the right notes?
Step aside Beethoven, because Andy Moor's Moor Music Podcast is hitting the airwaves with a symphony of melodic trance that's sure to swoop you off your feet! Andy, your maestro, is an award-winning electronic dance music producer and DJ. He's swapped his UK recording studio for a microphone to cook up a mix of dance music charts' crème de la crème. Take note, ravers and rave-setters, this podcast is your backstage access to the hottest EDM. Be it tuning in while practising your glow-stick choreography or just searching for a tempo-booster, you won't miss a beat. Check out fan-favourite episode 'Moor Music Episode 250'. Warning: listeners may experience uncontrollable foot tapping or impromptu dance parties. Now, that's Moor music to our ears!
Get ready to groove with the EV Music Podcast! Hosted by the effervescent Eric V, a music maniac on a mission to help the world dance. Eric gave up his day job at the record store to bring you this tantalizing treasure trove of tantalizing tunes. Each episode is a riotous rollercoaster ride through electro, house, pop, and the unknown, featuring interviews - sometimes with the artists themselves! If your ears are begging for a break from the monotony of mainstream radio, EV Music is your musical sanctuary. Expect the unexpected and get ready to bop along to every beat. If you love pushing the boundaries of your playlist, don't miss the astounding 'Disco Dinosaurs' episode, where Eric somehow manages to bring disco and T-rex together in a harmonious symphony! Clear some space, because you're undoubtedly going to dance.
Ever heard the term 'All that glitters isn't gold?' Well, Daigle Bites podcast defies that, as everything it dishes out is pure sonic gold. Its host is none other than the Grammy award-winning songbird Lauren Daigle, who swapped microphones for headphones to interact more intimately with her fans globally. Combining mesmerizing stories and inspiring life lessons, she offers listeners a ticket to join her on the rollercoaster that is her life. Adored by admirers of feel-good music, uplifting narratives, and positive vibes, Daigle Bites is a hearty serving of inspiration and entertainment. Notable episodes include "Look Up Child – The Stories Behind the Album." Prepare for aural enchantment; this podcast is sugar, spice, and all things nice! And remember, each bite's worth the hype.
Strap in music lovers, "More Than a Song" podcast is here to serenade your ears with sweet, sweet melodic chit-chat. Hosted by the rhythm-obsessed duo, Aria Note and Harmon Melody, these two left their computer coding life to strike a chord in the podcasting world and boy, are we grateful! Their audience? Every tone-deaf, pitch-perfect or shower-singing music enthusiast out there. Expect captivating interviews with ethereal divas, hair metal legends, and obscure indie hopefuls, each exposing their souls (and songwriting secrets). This isn't your run-of-the-mill pop culture babble. Oh no, this is 'deeper than a bass drop' stuff! Dive into episodes like "Punk Rock & Polka - Unlikely Besties?" for a taste of the fun. Songbirds and headbangers unite, your audio journey awaits in “More Than a Song”.
Strap on your headphones and groove to "Soul Music," a melodious podcast that hilariously prances through the world of music like a ballerina in hiking boots. This show pirouettes around tales of iconic tunes, mesmerising the audience with stories behind the soul-stirring notes we love. Set sail with the genial host who's crazier than a conductor with two batons. Our brilliant maestro leads this melodious journey in symphony with legendary artists, and a chorus of dedicated fans. Targeted at anyone who can't resist tapping their toes or singing in the shower, "Soul Music" hits all the right notes. One of their chart-topping episodes, "Tunes from the Tundra," harmoniously unites Eskimo folk music with rap beats. With Soul Music, rest assured, you're always in for a crescendo!
"Hoist your kilts, folks! The Foot Stompin Free Scottish Music Podcast will transport you straight to the rolling green hills of the Highlands. Hosted by the bagpipe aficionado, Simon Thoumire, who traded his caber tosses for a microphone to share the riveting world of Scottish music. Fellow music lover, and haggis connoisseur, this podcast is your ultimate ticket to an incredible aural journey! Immerse yourself in enchanting melodies, feverish foot-tapping jigs and heart-wrenching ballads from Scotland's prolific artists. An extraordinary episode, 'Celtic Connections', features a vivid exploration of Scotland's rich musical heritage. Pop in your earbuds and get ready to dance the reel, because this quirky podcast takes 'Scottish delight to brand-new heights'!"
Feel that rhythm, hear that melody? That's 'About The Music', a hilarious podcast hosted by two die-hard music nerds - Bob, a retired folk singer with a penchant for spicy salsa tracks, and Lucy, an ex-opera soprano with a soft spot for heavy metal. They left the stage for the podcasting world to spread their infectious melody mania around the world. This podcast hammers out a crescendo of juicy music trivia, hilarious band backstories, and controversial music debates, spiced with their individual flavor of wit! If 'La Traviata' and 'Led Zeppelin' get your heart pounding, you're their orchestra! Tune in to their laugh-out-loud episode "The Punk Rocker Who Loved Beethoven." This is your VIP pass to the wild world of music, no earplugs required!
Unleash your inner Mozart with "Meet the Composer," a podcast that peels back the curtain on the enigmatic world of compositions. Spiritedly hosted by Nadia Sirota, a prodigious violist, who - contrary to quitting her day job - doubles as an interviewer extraordinaire. Tethered with charisma, she leads us down the rabbit hole into the expressive minds of contemporary maestros. So, whether you're a classical connoisseur, music student or just an audacious listener, this podcast will amplify your understanding of, well, amplification! Who knows, your favourite episode might just be "Unraveling Morton Feldman," where musical boundaries dissolve quicker than butter in a hot pan. So tune in, and greet the secret linguistics of symphony with "Meet the Composer!"
"Music From 100 Years Ago" is your time-travel portal to the juicy jams of yesteryears. Our guide, Brice Fuqua, isn't just another DJ pulling rusty records out of a dusty box. No, sir. He’s your vintage vinyl virtuoso, spinning the grooves of forgotten melodies with a flare that's nothing short of contagious. This isn't your grandma's record collection - unless she was a moonshine-swigging saxophonist with a tattoo of Louis Armstrong. A centennial celebration for the ears, this podcast is suited for nostalgia junkies, antique audiophiles or just about anyone fed up with the auto-tuned fluff on the airwaves today. Hop in our audio DeLorean and dial it back to the golden days of music. Each tune's a history lesson; no homework required. So go fetch your earplugs because we're cranking up the phonograph!
'Buckle up, music maestros and brainiacs! Welcome to the Music and the Brain podcast! Hosted by a brilliant neurologist with an ear for rhythm and a rocking neuroscientist who can drop a beat. Bringing you all the science behind the magical symphony between your grey matter and your favorite tunes. Ideal for music enthusiasts, curious students, and even 'I listen to everything, bro' types who want to know what's really happening upstairs when that golden oldie triggers nostalgia. Expect funky facts, mind-bending research, and deep dives into the auditory cortex. One hot hit is their episode 'Chords that Sooth the Savage Beast', where they discuss how much your dog REALLY understands your rendition of 'Who Let the Dogs out'. You'll learn, laugh, and possibly rethink your shower singing habits – hit play now!
"Tinsel Tunes: The Christmas Music Podcast, hosted by Duane Bailey, is the audio advent calendar you never knew you needed. This quirky, winter wonderland of a show delves into the frosty depths of holiday tunes, because nothing shrieks 'holiday season' like Mariah Carey on loop, right? Whether you're a Santa Claus enthusiast or a Christmas cracker connoisseur, this podcast will get your jingling all the way to Grandma's house. With fascinating yuletide trivia and behind-the-scenes peeks into your beloved carols, say 'goodbye' to the Grinch inside you. One must-listen episode, 'The Anatomy of a Christmas Carol', transforms you into a maestro of merriment. So, put on your toasty socks, grab a cup of cocoa, and prep up your festive playlist with the help of Tinsel Tunes!"
Say hello to 'Music to my Ears,' a symphony of a podcast that tickles your auditory taste-buds with melodies across genres. Your host, a retired rocker, knows his way around the synth and strings. The co-host, a musicologist with an appetite for trivia, ensures the conversations are note-perfect. From Bach to The Beatles, this podcast orchestrates the intricate world of music for keen listeners. So, you're the target audience if 'Do Re Mi' isn't just an obscure line from Sound of Music for you. Tune in as they dissect legendary anthems, divulge secret band stories, and dig into what makes a No.1 single. It’s like a backstage pass for your ears, minus the spilled beer. One standout episode, "The Mirth of Mozart," will leave you LOL-ing over Ludwig. ‘Music to my Ears' - because a day without music is flat.
'DJ Cruze's House Music Podcast is a rocking techno ball of fun, aimed squarely at those who like their beats phat and their bass lines fat. The host, DJ Cruze, ditched the mundane 9-to-5 grind for a chance to bang out tunes on the global stage and oh boy, isn't he doing it well? His set decks weave a breathtaking narrative of finest house music characterised by infectious energy and exhilarating drops. Whether you're a veteran raver or an EDM newbie, this podcast has got the groove to make you move. A recent thrilling episode "House Sessions" proves that house music is not just about four-to-the-floor beats. Intrigued? Tune in to get your rave on and prepare for irreparable damage to your dancing shoes!'
"Uncommon Ground with Van Jones" is a delightful podcast that represents taking the bull by the horns, oh, and I mean the bull of the socio-political spectrum, presented in a relatable style by the adept Van Jones (not his first rodeo, folks!). Hosting deep-dive discussions on pressing issues sounds tough, right? But Jones, our hero, does it with a finesse that makes even the intense seem light-hearted. The target audience is anyone hungry for thought-provoking dialogue, or those who just fancy some intellectual garnish on their everyday chatter. Expect a hearty plate of environmental justice, criminal reform, and occasionally, a garnish of exclusive interviews with high-profile personas. One notable episode is "Prison Reform & Redemption", where Rep. Karen Bass shares insights on reformation inside gray corridors. Oodles of smart fun awaits in "Uncommon Ground", certainly makes one's ears perk up with glee!