Music Connection

Hosts Randy Thomas--the first-ever woman to announce the Rock N' Roll Hall of Fame, the Academy Awards and Tony Awards--and Arnie Wohl who has worked in Management & Promotion of artists like Michael Jackson, Paula Abdul and Coldplay, are bringing the stories off the cover and into the studio. Each week you can expect exclusive interviews with Rock Icons like Sting, Daryl Hall and Jimmy Page, and cutting-edge acts such as Haim, Mondo Cozmo and Anderson Paak, all of whom bring the magazine to life.

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Music Connection

The Suffers - Vocalist Kam Franklin

Kam Franklin is the powerful vocalist for "The Suffers" an electrifying 8-piece Gulf Coast soul, rock, and funk band from Houston Texas. We talked to Kam about the band's music and life on the road, which is where we caught up with her. Check them out here: http://www.thesuffers.com
00:32:28 6/18/2019

Past Episodes

From 1991 to 1994, music manager Danny Goldberg worked with Kurt Cobain and Nirvana. He witnessed the many highs and lows of what turned out to be the last four years of Kurt Cobain's life. On the twenty-fifth anniversary of Kurt's death Danny Goldberg talked to us about his brilliant new book "Serving the Servant: Remembering Kurt Cobain".
00:39:49 6/11/2019
Nathan East is one of the most recorded bass players ever with more than 2,000 recordings. Check out our conversation and wonderful stories about some of the many artists Nathan has co- written, performed and recorded with - including Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan, Kenny Loggins, Phil Collins, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, Beyonce and Daft Punk! Currently on tour with good friend and colleague, Eric Clapton. Check out Nathan's website for even more: https://nathaneast.com
00:46:31 6/4/2019
Creator Producer Michael Arnone's story is amazing and inspiring. He will tell us how he went from being a union electrician in New Jersey in 1989 to his 30th Annual Crawfish Fest. It runs May 31st thru June 2nd and we have pair of tickets to give away. All you need to do is listen for and identify the sound that interrupts our conversation, instant message us and you're entered to win! Hurry, we'll be drawing the winner at midnight Wed May 29th, 2019. More on the Fest here: http://www.crawfishfest.com
00:20:57 5/28/2019
FRENSHIP released their new album "Vacation" on May 17th. James Sunderland and Brett Hite stopped by our studio to tell us all about it. If you're a musician with big Spotify dreams you need to hear their incredible story; and for everyone who can't wait to hear new songs from FRENSHIP you've come to the right place! They started their tour on May 18th. Get your tickets now at: https://wearefrenship.com
00:40:32 5/21/2019
Behind the beard, plaid shirt & ball cap, lies a deep-thinker who loves community. He wants people to bond while he enjoys playing God's music. Solo artist David Crowder, or "Crowder" has a new album "I Know A Ghost". Hosts Bobby Sheldon and Mark Nardone ask about his writing process, and his first No. 1 Christian Radio hit "Come As You Are" now Gold. Touring with Mercy Me, performing at this summer's CMA Fest, Crowder's latest album includes "Red Letters" & "Let It Rain" ft. Mandisa.  www.crowdermusic.com
00:36:03 5/14/2019
Legendary Guitarist and session musician Danny Kortchmar has played on some of your favorite records, like Carole King's "Tapestry" and Jackson Browne's "Running On Empty" and he's written some of your favorite songs like Don Henley's "All She Wants to do is Dance". Along with Waddy Wachtel, Leland Sklar, Russ Kunkel and Steve Postell, Danny and "The Immediate Family" have played on over 2,000 recordings. Don't miss this conversation with Danny or their show at The Mint on May 4th https://www.themintla.com/
00:44:40 4/30/2019
Denise Kaufman is the guitarist & bassist for Ace of Cups, one of the first all-girl rock bands. In 1967 in San Francisco, Denise along with four other fearless young women, opened for Jimi Hendrix and were on their way to superstardom. So what happened? Denise tells all including how the band made an unlikely comeback. Check out their website https://www.aceofcups.com for the new album!
01:05:14 4/23/2019
The subject is Rozes, in this case the multi-talented musician singer songwriter whose song "Halfway There" became the official anthem to the 2019 Women's March on NYC. Rozes takes us on her journey from Philadelphia to Coachella. Plus, tells us about working on new music, how we're all connected, and who she'd love to collaborate with. Randy, Anita, and Mark spend some quality time chatting with another Philly girl, the EDM queen called Rozes.
00:27:24 4/16/2019
Consider checking out our convo with two of the guys from Consider The Source, a Sci-Fi fusion progressive rock trio from NYC, which also includes John Ferrara on Bass Guitar. Gabriel Marin-Double Neck Guitarist and Jeff Mann-Drums & Percussion join the podcast from the road to talk about their latest release "You Are Literally A Metaphor" and so much more. Join Randy, Anita, and Mark as they find out how Television & Movies have influenced the music of Consider the Source.
00:40:17 4/9/2019
Randy Thomas & Anita Gevinson gather a collection of moments with Berlin's DIY Ambassador Mogli! Hear cuts from her latest EP Patience. Following the success of her 2017 film "Expedition Happiness" singer songwriter Mogli is on tour with new songs and a five piece band. Before she hit the road Mogli joined the podcast from her home in Berlin. Here are links to all the gigs: https://www.facebook.com/mogliofficial/ https://www.instagram.com/mogliofficial/?hl=en Don't miss Mogli when she comes to your town!
00:39:50 4/2/2019

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