- Straight To Your Head - The 100th
The next Straight To Your Head podcast will be the 100th edition of the show - Let's celebrate together :D
- RIP Chris
Chris Sheehan, who appeared in one of our podcasts in the summer of 2013 has sadly passed away.
- CD suggestions please!
Being a completist, and having full collections of numerous artists' work - I'd like advice please...
Back catalog: Cont.
JAMES DEAN BRADFIELD
Manic Street Preachers: Take 1UPLOADED 02 September 2013 It was an exciting day recently, when I was able to chat with a certain Mr James Dean Bradfield of the Manic Street Preachers ahead of the release of the new album, "Rewind the Film". JDB was doing a series of interviews throughout the day, and me and my colleague Darren Milby were given a 15 minute slot. After a seven minute delay due to a technical problem, we were worried that we only had a further 8 minutes to rattle through everything we wanted to cover. Ever the gentleman though, James spoke to us for 20 minutes, over-running his next interview by 15 minutes. But he certainly enjoyed the chat, which is probably why we didn't get a "ok guys, time's up" message in our ears from his producer. As it was only a short time slot, there was so much more we could have talked about. Hopefully we may be able to do that in the future. After the interview, we got straight to work on a special 30 minute feature including the interview in full, interspersed with music from the Manics themselves. This is the end result. Hope you enjoy it! Follow the show on Twitter @STYHpodcast :D Check out the website at www.STYHpodcast.com / www.STYHpodcast.com/mobile and find us in the iTunes podcast store. Tell your friends. Lots of friends ;) Rewind the Film is the eleventh studio album by Manic Street Preachers, and is scheduled to be released on the 16th of September 2013. We'd like to thank Gary Hobson at Sony Music, Darren Milby and Phil Rogers at The Bay, and of course, James Dean Bradfield for helping to make this interview and special edition podcast possible. Not forgetting Nicky Wire, Sean Moore, and of course... Richey.
Mick Ralphs: 15 minutes of good companyUPLOADED 15 August 2013 Mick Ralphs is the songwriting force responsible for some of the most recognisable rock classics of the 70s. Most famous for his bands Mott The Hoople and Bad Company, Mick is still working hard on the live scene with Bad Co and Mott, as well as The Mick Ralphs Blues Band. I put a call in to speak to Mick's bass player, Dickie Baldwin, only for Dickie to say "hey, you wanna talk to the man himself?" So, what you're about to hear is 15 minutes in good company with Mick, unexpected, therefore un-planned, un-scripted, and with me very in awe. I've always admired Mick, so to speak to him was a real joy. Hope you enjoy this chat. Keep rockin'. Peter.
The Feud: Adventures in L.A.UPLOADED 19 July 2013 If you've not yet had the pleasure of hearing The Feud - Have a listen to this podcast. It's the 5th time that we've spoken to one or more of the guys - and on this occasion, we've got the full line-up, of Jamie, Stephen and Luke. You can hear a previous special edition with The Feud; "Collected Conversations", which might serve as a nice prequel to this latest edition. Also in this podcast, the ONLY place where you can hear a demo of a track that's expected to be on the new album. Give The Feud a listen, follow them on Twitter @TheFeud, and follow the show @STYHpodcast and its host @peterstorry
STYH Introduces: Jake MorleyUPLOADED 26 May 2013 Welcome to this bonus STYH podcast, where we introduce Jake Morley. Jake is one of the most interesting singer/songwriters in the UK right now, due to his mix of brilliant songwriting and fascinating guitar-playing style. He's also perhaps one of the most honest artists of the genre. But we think Jake goes beyond the singer/songwriter tag... Why? There's only one way to find out. Get aquainted with Jake Morley, here, now.
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