The Rock N Roll Archaeology Project
About This Show
The Rock And Roll Archaeology Project is, first and foremost, a community of Rock And Roll fans. Using our podcast, our website and blog, and of course, social media, we hope to provide a virtual town hall for Rock fans to meet and have great discussions about the history and impact of Rock And Roll.
The Music. The People. The Culture. The Technology. Any other topics or aspects that may come up.
Our central question, our starting point is: How does Rock And Roll affect the larger society, and how does the larger society affect Rock And Roll?
Most Recent Episode
Rock Talk: Week of May 15, 2017
5 days ago
We are back from a small break with sad news that there will be no Desert Trip in 2017. The Brinks trucks they lined up for Led Zeppelin were not enough. We know why Paul McCartney won't be there, he will be busy dressing up as a pirate promoting the new Disney Pirates film, which evidently has been pirated as well. Jeff Slate joins us for 'Slate's Takes' - and we are super jealous that he has had a chance to listen and be part of the Beatles re-issue of the 50th Anniversary of Sgt. Peppers - don't miss his mini-review. Ear of Newt, @earofnewt has Allman Brothers member Dickey Betts telling Steve how the six Allman Brothers were hanging out with some guitars on the front porch of a rustic old house, with four or five other unidentified dudes along for the chill when they captured the perfect album cover. Christian sat down with director and filmmaker, Amir Bar-Lev to discuss the amazing new Amazon prime series and documentary - 'Long Strange Trip - The Untold Story of the Grateful Dead' - which will be featured in an upcoming Deeper Digs in Rock. Have a listen as to why Amir believes The Grateful Dead are the quintessential American Rock N Roll band and then goo see this documentary in theaters on May 25 and then on Amazon Prime June 2. Please subscribe, rate and review and head over to Patreon to help support our network of rock based podcast.