My pal and fellow costume queen Katie Wayland Megill discuss some of the most iconic looks from our beloved bands and what inspired their costumes and makeup. We talk about KISS, David Bowie, The Sensational Alex Harvey Band, Motley Crue, and even more. Let’s just say, these rockstars had the entire package!
Woodstock was one of the most iconic music festivals in history with performances by some of the greatest rock bands of all time. However, there were even more great legends that had the opportunity to play the festival, but chose not to. This episode my guest Sean McNamara and I discuss the reasons these bands, … Continued
Brothers Nate and Jerm Barrett of Orange County band The Bash Dogs join me as we discuss options for who might be considered the 5th Beatle. We talk about Pete Best, Stuart Sutcliffe, George Martin, Brian Epstein, and Billy Preston. And then we play a Beatles trivia game that you can play as well!
It’s true that rockstars and regular people do still live on the same planet! In this episode we talk about some fun fan-interaction stories between audience members and their beloved rock legends. We discuss the time a fan got to play drums with The Who, when a girl dressed in a walrus costume got to … Continued
The Rock & Roll Sweetheart brings on the first guest, Jackie Delgaldo (former speaker on 100.3 The Sound’s “Mark In The Morning” to discuss the different sub-genres of soul music. Play along in the fun guessing game incorporated at the end of each genre!
This episode we explore some awkward and silly moments that have occurred in rock ‘n’ roll. From behind the scene of ZZ Top’s role in “Back To The Future 3,” Thin Lizzy meeting Cliff Richard, The Queen of England meeting Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, and Brian May, and all of the uncomfortable moments … Continued
Back in the day, you couldn’t get away with quite as much as you can now. This episode explores a few album covers that were banned for what was deemed “offensive.” This includes The Beatles’ “Yesterday & Today”, Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Street Survivors”, Blind Faith’s “Blind Faith”, The Rolling Stones’ “Sticky Fingers”, The Mamas & The … Continued
Did you know the careers of Mick Jagger, George Harrison, Frank Zappa, Elvis Presley, and Bob Marley were almost cut short because of some assassination attempts? Luckily, these attempts failed, but most of them were very close calls. Listen to this episode to hear the stories!
This episode we discuss musicians who mentally went crazy and completely lost their minds. This includes Moby Grape’s Skip Spence, session drummer Jim Gordon, Pink Floyd’s Syd Barrett, and producer Phil Spector. We can all relate as we go crazy in quarantine!
This episode, we look at some of the most iconic benefit concerts in history. These shows set the grounds for what the future of benefit concerts would look like. We go through George Harrison’s “Concert for Bangladesh, John Lennon’s One to One Festival, Paul McCartney’s Concert for Kampuchea, Live Aid, and Farm Aid.
Emily Morenz, aka Emo, has been a 1960s and 1970s enthusiast since she was 10 years old. Through this young woman’s collection of about 1,200 records, she is constantly discovering “new” old music to share with the world. You can occasionally find her spinning her vinyl at rock clubs around Orange County. Emo has worked at many radio stations, including LA’s 100.3 The Sound, 93.1 Jack FM, 88.5 FM, and now hosts a daily show on OC’s 101.5 KOCI FM where she plays deep cuts from the ‘60s and ‘70s and interviews rock legends (including Robby Krieger, Micky Dolenz, David Crosby, Ian Anderson, and many more). Emo is also a concert-aholic and has seen almost every classic rock band still kickin’, including Paul McCartney who once brought her up on stage to dance with him while she was wearing a walrus costume. One thing is certain…Emo’s soul is stuck in 1969 and is never coming back!