Nate and Justin Bankston continue the new Let It Roll mini-series in which we comment on a great music animated documentary series.
In this episode, Justin and Nate struggle with the charismatic yet problematic Jerry Lee Lewis.
Nate will be back on Monday with our regularly scheduled Let It Roll featuring author Jesse Jarnow's biography of psychedelic America and the Grateful Dead.
This week author Stanley Booth joins Nate to talk about his book “Red Hot and Blue.”
In this episode,Stanley shares some of his many Memphis music stories with Nate including watching Otis Redding write and record "Dock of the Bay" and the story that may have spurred Elvis Presley's 1968 comeback.
Don't forget our special Thursday series focusing on Mike Judge's Tales from the Tour Bus.
Nate and Justin Bankston kick off a new Let It Roll mini-series in which we comment on a great music animated documentary series.
In this episode, Justin and Nate revel in the hilarious and touching tale of Johnny Paycheck and Mike Judge's brilliant telling.
This week author Peter Doggett joins Nate to talk about his book “CSNY: Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young.”
In this episode, Peter tells Nate about the late 60's soft rock supergroup and how it all fell apart so fast yet lasted so long.
Stay tuned for our special Thursday series focusing on Mike Judge's Tales from the Tour Bus starting this week.
This week author Andrew Flory joins Nate to talk about his book “I Hear A Symphony: Motown and Crossover R&B.”
In this episode, Andrew and Nate talk about the man behind the biggest independent label of all time. Andrew tells us about the method behind Motown's massive success, the songwriters, producers, musicians and singers all led by one genius.
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Let It Roll is a series of in-depth interviews with music writers like Ed Ward, Robert Gordon, Paul Trynka, Peter Doggett, Elijah Wald and more.