Renegades Radio Podcast – Handicapping the 2020 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Nominees, Part II

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The Renegades Radio Podcast is back!

Wrapping up our two-part series on the nominees for the 2020 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, this time around we’re taking a look at the artists who are probably more recognized as “rock” than those that were featured in Part I. These artists most definitely have the driving guitars, guttural bass and thundering drums that are recognized as being “rock and roll,” but that isn’t necessarily a guarantee for entering the Pantheon of Rock in Cleveland!

Whether it is classic rock, hard rock or even metal, these artists have all paid their dues and are worthy of induction. Who will get in? Could this be the time that a couple of long-overlooked rock veterans in Pat Benatar and Judas Priest earn their entry? Or could relative newcomers like Nine Inch Nails or Soundgarden break through the wall? It will be a hard rockin’ hour-plus of music as we review the final eight nominees for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on the Renegades Radio Podcast!

@benatargiraldo #MC5 #thinlizzy @soundgarden @nineinchnails @judaspriest @officialmotorhead #hardrock #metal #classicrock

Metallica’s James Hetfield Back in Rehab, Forcing Postponement of Tour Dates

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Unfortunately, fans of Metallica in Australia and New Zealand are going to have to put their plans on seeing the band on tour on hold for a bit.

According to reports from the band’s website, singer/guitarist James Hetfield has reentered rehab. Hetfield has long battled the demons of drug and alcohol usage and,  according to fellow band members, “had to reenter a treatment program to work on his recovery again.” The trip to rehab will postpone several dates the band had scheduled in October and November in Australia and New Zealand.

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Metallica’s James Hetfield Back in Rehab, Forcing Postponement of Tour Dates

Renegades Radio Podcast – The Month of July in Music History

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The Renegades Radio Podcast warms up the Renegades Radio Time Machine this week for a trip through music history for the month of July! On this broadcast, we’ll take a look at the final show for the legendary Led Zeppelin, celebrate Bob Dylan finding his “electric” sound and what legendary musician and his band opened for a “made for television” band? It’s all a part of this week’s broadcast – tune in here to check out the Renegades Radio Podcast!

@ledzeppelin @thedoors @gratefuldead @bobdylan #themonkees @jimihendrix @ddlovato @georgemofficial @metallica @ratt @extreme_band

Renegades Radio Podcast – The World of Collaborations in Music

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One of the things that makes the world of music more interesting than normal is when artists collaborate. Whether it is two individual singers, a singer and a band, two bands or even a singer, a band and a DJ, these collaborations have brought some great music that spans different genres. We’re going to take a look at these collaborations that will embrace the worlds of pop, rap, country and hard rock…join us for the next hour!