The Rock N Roll Archaeology Project

Digging into Music, Culture & Technology

Why Archaeology? Because we intend to dig. This is an excavation and exploration of Rock N Roll. We start by asking: how does Rock N Roll affect the larger society, and how does the larger society affect Rock N Roll? We set a frame for our discussion: the years 1945 to 1995.

Rock Talk: Week of Sept. 13 2017

We are back! Rock Talk launches it's second year as part of the Rock N Roll Archaeology Project - thank you Diggers for listening, subscribing and supporting our shows!

We chat about our break including a trip to Podcast Movement 2017 and meeting up with other podcasters- some of whom we will feature on the show.

Have a listen to Christian, Peter and the RNRAP being featured on a few other podcasts. First, one of Podcast Movement founder's show's - Meditate with Mitch: http://meditatewithmitch.com/show122/

Next up Christian was featured on LearnChair Radio with host Bob Dragone to discuss The RNRAP, leaderships and more: http://learnchairradio.com/rocknroll-archaeology-project-with-chris-swain/

Lastly - Peter was featured on Strangers Stopping Strangers- a podcast about Deadheads, for Deadheads, by a Deadhead - Staci Smith: http://www.strangersstoppingstrangers.com/podcast-48-conversation-peter-ferioli/

Slate's Take has Jeff Slate and Christian chatting about the DVD release of the 2009 Change Begins Within benefit which Jeff attended and had Paul McCartney headlining and joined on stage by special guests Ringo Starr, Sheryl Crow, Donovan, Eddie Vedder, Ben Harper, Moby, Paul Horn, Bettye LaVette and Jim James.  

Steve Newton, Ear of Newt - gets past Dickey Bett's tricky telephone games to get his interview! https://earofnewt.com/2017/08/27/that-time-i-called-dickey-betts-to-talk-about-the-allmans-live-album-and-a-lady-said-he-wasnt-home/

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