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Wayward Saints - The Interview with Canada's Classic Rock Band

Serious Rock Talk Podcast

Release Date: 03/03/2023

Best Hard Rock Albums Each Year Since 1970 (Masters Of Rock Talk) show art Best Hard Rock Albums Each Year Since 1970 (Masters Of Rock Talk)

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Best Hard Rock Albums Since 1970 Dr. Clarke isn't a big fan of lists, but even he thought this one worth exploring. Check out the best hard rock album every year beginning in 1970. Plenty of room for debate, praise and rage.

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Grunge: What is it and Where Did it Go? (Masters Of Rock Talk) show art Grunge: What is it and Where Did it Go? (Masters Of Rock Talk)

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Grunge: What is It & Where Did It Go? Grunge music never had a bigger fan than Ferris Kennedy. Listen in for a roller coaster ride through this brief but influential genre, taking a deep dive into Pearl Jam and making salient points again and again. This is special.

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Outstanding Hosers of Canadian Rock show art Outstanding Hosers of Canadian Rock

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Outstanding Hosers of Canadian Rock. Now is the time to have some fun. Sit back, listen, and smile  knowingly as we do the heavy lifting, exposing the mullet-driven influence of hoser-ism throughout Canadian rock music.

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Bad Vibrations: Charles Manson & The Beach Boys. (Masters Of Rock Talk) show art Bad Vibrations: Charles Manson & The Beach Boys. (Masters Of Rock Talk)

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On one side you have Charles Manson, perpetuator of a series of horrific murders that shocked America. On the other, the Beach Boys, squeaky-clean California guys that sang about surfing. In 1968, these two forces met—and the outcome was definitely Bad Vibrations. Join Dr. Clarke as he ventures down the foggy ruins of time.

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The Traveling Wilburys. A Fake Group or What? show art The Traveling Wilburys. A Fake Group or What?

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The Traveling Wilburys. A Fake Group or What? Who were the Wilburys? At least the Monkees used their real names... George Harrison always wanted to be in another band. Is that why he created the Wilburys? Kennedy and Clarke provide engaging insights, both roasting and celebrating one of most bizarre supergroups ever.

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Robbie Robertson: Storyteller (Masters of Rock Talk) show art Robbie Robertson: Storyteller (Masters of Rock Talk)

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Serious Rock Talk Productions Presents: Masters of Rock Talk The songwriter, de facto leader of 60s/70s rock giant The Band. Robertson has left us, but his music remains strong and relevant.  Dr. Clarke delivers a heartfelt appraisal of this rare, enduring talent.

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How Rock Music Changed Our Lives w/special guest Regina Bianca show art How Rock Music Changed Our Lives w/special guest Regina Bianca

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How Rock Music Changed Our Lives w/special guest Regina Bianca: In your life, there are those special albums, songs, and performers that groomed and inspired your musical tastes. It's time to talk about it. Dr. Clarke and Mr. Kennedy are joined by Regina Bianca, the outstanding singer and multi-instrumentalist who provides a very contemporary take on musical influences. Listen in and relate!  

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41 Bands NOT in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame (Masters Of Rock Talk) show art 41 Bands NOT in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame (Masters Of Rock Talk)

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Serious Rock Talk Productions Presents: Masters Of Rock Talk. Everyone has their own thoughts about the RRHF. In the end, it is what it is. But there are bands that somehow, someway, got overlooked. It’s time to raise some flags. Join Kennedy and Clarke as they take to the streets

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Serious Rock Talk Productions Presents: Masters of Rock Talk If ever there was a destiny’s child, it was Ringo. He has to be among the most unlikely superstars in the history of our blue planet. But miraculously, incredulously, he did it. How? We offer a few insights about the Beatles incredible drummer.

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72 Rockers Who Changed Their Names (Masters Of Rock Talk) show art 72 Rockers Who Changed Their Names (Masters Of Rock Talk)

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Serious Rock Talk Productions - We bring you the Masters of Rock Talk Series, one platform two shows, you decide. We get it, some’ given names’ must be abandoned on the road to stardom, not to mention awkward surnames. But sometimes the new names are so mind-numbingly awful that the whole thing shudders to a stop. Yes, we are merciful, handling fragile egos with care.

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Interview with Wayward Saints. No reason to doubt it. Here’s the proof. Classic rock is ‘Still Alive & Well’. Mississauga, Ontario-based band Wayward Saints knows a tree is only as strong as its roots, and this group has deep roots in Led Zeppelin, the Allman Brothers, and a lot more architects of The Sound of Our Lives.  Listen in as Ferris Kennedy and Dr. Clarke speak with the group, discovering where they’ve been, where they are, and where they might Ramble On.