Renegades Radio Podcast – The Best and Worst of the Inductees into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Part II

GrandmasterFlash

Wrapping up the second of our two-part episodes on the inductees into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, this time around we’re looking at the artists and groups that were considered among the best of the inductees. While there are some usual suspects on the list, you might be surprised at some of those that are considered the “best” of the inductees to the Rock Hall.

Take a listen to some of the artists here and let us know if you agree as we salute the crème de la crème…the best of the best…the greatest inductees into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on the Renegades Radio Podcast!

@djflash4eva @rundmc #marvingaye @neilyoungarchives @loureedofficial #theyardbirds #thesexpistols @the_clash @elviscostello #jamesbrown #Prince @_chuckberry

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Renegades Radio Podcast – Celebrating the Birth of MTV, Part One

MTV

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.

#thebuggles #thenails @humanleaguehq @madonna @duranduran @adamantofficial #cultureclub @michaeljackson #eddygrant @herbiehancock @Prince @zztop @genesis @aerosmith

Renegades Radio Podcast – This Month in Music History

JimMorrison

Music has a great deal of history behind it, both good and bad. In this week’s episode of the Renegades Radio Podcast, we’re going to look back at some historical moments in music history and relieve those moments through the music of the participants. For fans of The Doors, you’ll hear the TRUE story behind the Miami Incident and, for Prince fans, we’ll look back at what was a dark day.