It is a question that is asked frequently when the discussion of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame comes up. Of all the artists who have performed in the history of the genre, who REALLY deserves to be there that hasn’t gotten in yet? The Renegades Radio Podcast took this question to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Official Fan Space on Facebook and, after over 100 replies, got a general look at who the members of the Facebook page thought should be there.
Whether the genre is 70s rock, female vocalists and bands or singer/songwriters, the Fan Space was loud and proud about who they thought should be there! Join us for an hour (or so) and see if you agree with what the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Official Fan Space thought about the subject!
The Renegades Radio Podcast is in a celebratory mood as we salute those artists and groups who reached the pinnacle of the business and…then plunged back into obscurity. Yes, we’re talking about One Hit Wonders!
September 25 was One Hit Wonder Day in the States of America, saluting those musicians who were able to craft a song that captured the attention of millions. Faced with recreating that magic – one of the most difficult things to do as a professional musician – these artists and groups were unable to make it happen again. But, as you will learn, this hasn’t stopped these musicians from performing for adoring fans around the world!
What gems await you as we honor One Hit Wonders? Dive into the Renegades Radio Podcast and find out!
In the wee hours of August 1, 1981, something called Music Television – or MTV – was born. Consisting of nothing but music videos 24/7, it was a revolution in the music industry and would have an impact on many areas of culture in the States of America and internationally. On the first of a two-part episode, the Renegades Radio Podcast will celebrate the birth of MTV 38 years ago, remember how good it once was and, yes, even discuss the present demise of the once powerful channel.