A podcast about the legends, myths, and conspiracies behind music and the people that write it! New Episodes Bi-Weekly: Monday at 11:00am Want to help out the show? Leave us a review and 5 stars, it means a lot! Hosted by: Ty Lindsay and Joe Shannon Music by: Ty Lindsay and Joe Shannon Social Media: Dakota Galvin Music Mixed/Mastered by Kenny Grooms Follow us on: twitter.com/PhantomJukebox_ facebook.com/PhantomJukebox instagram.com/Phantomjukeboxpodcast
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Thank everyone for listening! more
In this episode of the Phantom Jukebox, we’re playing our version of “Two Truths and a Lie” and it’s all about the (mis)adventures of the madman himself, Ozzy Osbourne. more
Technical difficulties have struck! Unfortunately, the original episode's audio is unusable. To make up for it, we present to you a glimpse into some of our future Patreon content! The B - Sides. Its extra content that didn't quite make the original ... more
Wonderful sound, great content, likable hosts. I can’t say enough good things!
Spooky goofy goodness
So, this is a couple of guys who want to talk about misic industry stuff, and have tooics that would probably be really interesting, if two other guys were talking about them. But these guys are insipid, and cracking each other up, but failed to amuse me or hold my interest at all.
Absolutely love it! What is rope?
A delightful and interesting combination of music and conspiracy with great sounding hosts and editing! Lol’d at the mathematical analysis of Illuminati reproduction in the Taylor Swift episode. Looking forward to catching up on the earlier episodes!
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