Gurdip Ladhar and Justin Gausman of the TCBCast join Nate to wrap up their discussion of Elvis Presley’s life and career based on Peter Guralnick’s “Careless Love: The Unmaking of Elvis Presley” and HBO’s “The Searcher.”
Nate, Gurdip and Justin discuss the long, slow dissolution of Elvis Presley in the 1970s, the role of Col. Tom Parker and the work and accomplishments of the falling king.
Today Greg Prato joins host Nate Wilcox to talk about his book “Dark Black and Blue: The Soundgarden Story.”
Nate and Greg discuss how Soundgarden helped build the nascent grunge scene in Seattle, rode it to the top of the charts, broke up, finally reunited and only to endure the tragic death of singer Chris Cornell.
Dylan Jones joins Nate to talk about his book “Wichita Lineman: Searching in the Sun for the World's Greatest Unfinished Song.”
Nate and Dylan discuss how Glenn Campbell and Jimmy Webb two young men from the Midwest, created one of the world’s classic pop songs.
Host Nate Wilcox and author Stephen Tow discuss his book “London, Reign Over Me: How England's Capital Built Classic Rock.” The show covers how London suddenly emerged as an incubator of rock music in 1963 and nurtured trends from R&B to Psychedelia to progressive rock.
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.