Rock n’ roll producer, Mark Howard, joins us on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast to discuss his book, Listen Up!. We discuss working with and recording iconic albums with Bob Dylan, U2, The Tragically Hip, R.E.M., and Sam Roberts. We talk about motorbike shopping for Bob Dylan, managing him when he got snarky, the real Bono and how he pretended to be French in public, and how BBQ helped The Hip work better. Mark also tells us about his own battle with Melanoma, and his charitable endeavour...
This episode of The Adamantium Podcast features Russall S. Beattie, creator of The Empire Strips Back. Along with cast members Asher Bowen-Saunders and Neven Connolly, we discuss their Star Wars parody burlesque show that has snowballed from a single show in front of 100 people in Australia to theatres all across North America. We talk about the art of burlesque, the Star Wars fandom culture, how the pop & rock music fits into the theme, and Wookie erotica.
Ashley Jane & Timon Wientzek of Toronto folk pop duo, In The City, join us on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast. We discuss their musical backgrounds, self-producing music, and their upcoming EP, MaryAnn. Ashley tells us about the inspiration behind their single “1985” which chronicles the love story of her parents. We also talk about the making of the touching music video for their single “Best Time,” their music in film, playing Juno fest, and our favourite Back Street Boys songs.
Scott Holiday, guitarist of Rival Sons joins us on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast. We discuss their new album, Feral Roots, as well as their latest single “Too Bad.” We also talk about their love for Canada, Woodstock 50, touring with legends, and Scott gets passionate about the revival of rock n’ roll.