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In episode 11 of the Podioslave Podcast, we’re joined by Scott Russo of legendary punk rock band Unwritten Law -- vocalist and founding member. Unwritten Law is from Poway, CA and was founded in 1989/1990. Scott has been with the band fr…

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In our 10th episode, the pod discusses: episode introduction and shout outs, Troubadour venue in California turning to crowdfunding, Hollywood Bowl venue canceling their season, Tony Hawk's Pro Skater gets a re-boot and game soundtrack, …

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In Episode 9 of the Podioslave Podcast, Greg Bergdorf, founding member and former lead guitarist of Zebrahead , joins us. Zebrahead is a punk band from SoCal/Orange County California, which Greg was a part of from 1995-2013. This …

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In our eighth episode, the pod opens with discussions around an Amoeba Music follow up. SXSW not offering refunds, Bon Jovi cancelling tour to make sure fans get refunded, Live "drive up" gigs in Denmark, Facebook starting virtual concerts behind paywalls, and what will be an ongoing segment for us…

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In Episode 7 of the Podcast, Marc Weinstein of Amoeba Music, Co-Founder and Owner, joins us to discuss their GoFundMe page, the current music climate, and history of the music chain! Amoeba music in an independent music chain in California with stores in Berkeley, San Fran, and Hollywood (with the …

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In our sixth episode, the pod discusses: a follow-up on our friends at Ticketmaster and their recent shady policy change, the possibility of no live music for 18 months, the Weeknd's recent run at #1 on Billboard/benefiting from artists delaying their releases, a brief chat on Record Store Day and…

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In our fifth episode, the pod discusses: a weekly music recap (odds and ends from this week in music/music history), a conversation on major recording artists having Zoom/Videoconferencing sessions with their songwriters, and what will likely be a recurring segment for us: music 'what ifs' --where …

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In our fourth episode, the pod discusses: old albums we've re-visited recently (Hed PE, Cypress Hill), Dave Grohl's new Instragram 'davegrohlstories', Live Nation pivot to emailing about streamable shows, and an ultimate deep dive into Live Ticketmaster/ Live Nation-- the history and shadiness. (On…

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In our third episode, the pod has a current music climate round table (artists performing live from their homes, music streaming numbers being down during the pandemic, etc), we share our initial reactions to the new Pearl Jam record, and finish the last hour of the episode discussing early music/…

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In our second episode, we pick up where we left off last week with the Coronavirus/music industry impact discussion, as a lot has changed in the last week. From there, we transition to a segment we call "Tour Time Machine" where we discuss tours/bands touring off an album/bands during a specific er…

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In our first episode, we introduce the podcast, ourselves, and tell the story on how it all came together. From there, we transition right into the the meat of the episode: discussing the impact of Coronavirus on the music industry (touring and ancillary business, streaming, etc.

(On this episode:…

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