Let It Roll

"Let it Roll" is a podcast about the history of popular music from the 19th Century to the 21st. Proud part of Pantheon - the podcast network for music lovers.

Music History
Music Commentary
Music Interviews
Farewell episode
This is it
47 min
Nine Inch Nails channeled the nightmare into music
An interview with Adam Steiner author of "Into The Never: Nine Inch Nails And The Creation Of The Downward Spiral"
59 min
Mamas and the Papa John Phillips' old evil spirit
A discussion of John Phillips' autobiography "Papa John"
46 min
Gram Parsons lived a nightmare on purpose
An interview with David N Meyer author of "Twenty Thousand Roads: The Ballad of Gram Parsons and His Cosmic American Music"
60 min
Nirvana's biographer looks back at Kurt Cobain ...
An interview with Michael Azerrad discussing the new expanded edition of his classic Nirvana biography "The Amplified Come as You Are: The Story of Nirvana"
66 min
Rock 'n' Roll's first and worst nightmare
A discussion with Ed Ward about rock 'n' roll in 1959
79 min
Brian Jones came to a bad end after the Rolling...
The final installment of our Brian Jones & the Rollling Stones series
64 min
Hardcore punk was a nightmare for 80s corporate...
An interview with Steven Blush author of "American Hardcore"
69 min
The awful enigma of Brian Jones and the Rolling...
A discussion of the rise and fall of Brian Jones
49 min
Jim Morrison lived out the rock 'n' roll nightm...
A discussion of "No One Here Gets Out Alive" by Jerry Hopkins and Danny Sugerman
62 min
Why was Brian Jones so wrong for the Rolling St...
A Q&A with host Nate Wilcox
57 min
Little Willie John's dreams turned to nightmares
An interview with Susan Whitall, author of " Fever: Little Willie John: A Fast Life, Mysterious Death, and the Birth of Soul"
64 min
Mick Jagger on Brian Jones and forming the Roll...
A discussion of Mick Jagger's 1990s interview with Rolling Stone's Jann Wenner
49 min
The Grateful Dead were the pied pipers of psych...
An interview with Jesse Jarnow author of "Heads: A Biography of Psychedelic America."
66 min
In the end the Rolling Stones chewed up and spa...
A conclusion of host Nate Wilcox's discussion of Andrew Loog Oldham's second memoir "2Stoned"
50 min
Grandmaster Flash brought turntablism to Hip-Hop
A discussion of the autobiography of Grandmaster Flash co-written with David Ritz
61 min
Andrew Loog Oldham broke The Rolling Stones in ...
A discussion of Andrew Loog Oldham's memoir "2Stoned"
56 min
Phil Spector's rise and fall was a rock 'n' rol...
An interview with Mick Brown author of "Tearing Down the Wall of Sound: The Rise and Fall of Phil Spector."
121 min
Andrew Loog Oldham made The Rolling Stones the ...
A discussion of Andrew Loog Oldham's memoir "Stoned"
55 min
Why Altamont went so wrong for the Rolling Ston...
An interview with Joel Selvin author of "Altamont: The Rolling Stones, the Hells Angels, and the Inside Story of Rock's Darkest Day"
65 min
Marianne Faithfull got too close to the fire wi...
A follow up discussion of "Faithfull: An Autobiography" by Marianne Faithfull and David Dalton
46 min
The Rolling Stones' journey to Altamont
An interview with Stanley Booth author of "The True Adventures of the Rolling Stones"
53 min
Marianne Faithfull abandoned her pop career to ...
A discussion of "Faithfull: An Autobiography" by Marianne Faithfull with David Dalton
53 min
Brian Jones got everything he asked for when he...
An interview with Paul Trynka author of "Sympathy for the Devil: The Birth of the Rolling Stones and the Death of Brian Jones"
51 min
Living with the Rolling Stones in 1963
A discussion of James Phelge's book "Nankering with the Rolling Stones"
52 min