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Sound in the Signals
I really enjoyed the questions they came up with in this particular interview. From early history about Home Grown to current topics surrounding Radical Radical, this is a quick read I think you'll really enjoy.
WHERE DID ALL MY FRIENDS GO
This one went deep. Such open and honest conversation with Pat & Bear..I wish I could do more podcasts like this one frankly. Good RR convo, touring convo, HG convo. This was fresh, hope you enjoy it friends!
THE BILL SQUIRE
Bill Squire is Co-Host of iHeartRadio’s The Alan Cox Show on 100.7 WMMS and Host of The Bill Squire Show podcast. He/Him
I really enjoyed this interview as Bill helped draw out some meaningful details about Radical Radical as well as mental health and emotional well-being. Comment on the video and let me know what you think.
POWERED BY ROCK
Issac is a true punk rock connoisseur. He gets the scene, he's lived it, he understands it, and he knows the right questions to ask to get to the heart of matters quickly. Great podcast with him and the wealth of input he brings to the table.
Growing Up Punk is a podcast about punk rock, and all its friends.
A good nostalgic walk through the dingy, 90's gates of early punk rock and pop rock. Check out their other podcasts as well, they've got some great ones.
Dads Wingman Steve & Chris-183 nerd out over the power chorded glory that was 90s & 00s pop-punk on their podcast High School Never Ends.
This podcast features a nostalgic look back at the history of Home Grown, the progression of the pop-punk scene, and a what I've been
up to lately.
It's crazy to think that the last time I did an interview with DJ Rossstar was in 2002 when I was in Home Grown. In this interview, Steven Sievers of Level 27 Media (met him while on a Good Charlotte tour) and DJ R talk Home Grown, New Years Day, church music, and Radical Radical. It was great catching up with them both.