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Rock N Roll Archaeology

Pantheon Media

Rock N Roll Archaeology (RNRA) is more than a podcast; it’s an immersive, carefully researched and produced audio documentary. RNRA explores the history of Rock Music, and then goes a step further. We contextualize Rock N Roll; we place it within the cultural, political, and technological landscapes of the late 20th and early 21st centuries. With storytelling, commentary, and a dash of musicology,... more

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A little about Country, a little about Soul, and more about how they are really just the same thing. And why it’s not at all surprising that a big Pop-Soul star like Beyoncé is releasing a Country album. more

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To mark the 60th anniversary of The Beatles' inaugural performance on U.S. soil, we decided to do a quick compare-and-contrast. We’ll revisit that watershed moment in music and culture, and talk about something recent that actually comes close to mat... more

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The Soul of the 1970s. First, Marvin Gaye kicked the door open with “What’s Going On,” and then Stevie Wonder barged in. more

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4 months ago

Welcome back to Rock N Roll Archaeology! Got another RNRA Short Podcast for you. This one is named after the Kinks song “Celluloid Heroes.” more

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4.7 out of 5 stars from 348 ratings
  • Best music history podcast and host

    This podcast reminds me of my favorite college professor who taught history. I was entranced with every lesson because he obviously loved what he was doing and made me love it too. more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    lovebeutj
    United Statesa year ago
  • It’s Back!

    I listened to all the episodes through 1969 Part 1 and thought this is the best rock and roll history lesson. Then, I waited for Part 2. And waited and waited. Finally it dropped and it was definitely worth the wait. Keep up the good work, just try not to keep us waiting so long! Great stuff.

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    4
    aardvark6155
    United Statesa year ago
  • Bravo!

    Seldom have I enjoyed a podcast as much as this one!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    JackZDrive
    United Statesa year ago
  • Best Podcast Best Host !

    This podcast is a complete, amazing history of Rock and its impact on culture and visa versa. No one does it better ! Christian’s method of conveying the information is dead on. The podcast’s commentary on the music, the artists and no punches pulled views on both. I look forward to each episode and have listened to the podcast episodes numerous times and because it is packed with so much information, I pick up on something new each time. My favorite episode is Slouching Towards Bethlehem. It is... more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    luckiesanddice
    United States2 years ago
  • The best history podcast of Rock!

    Every episode is a little gift. I have learned a lot from this podcast, even about songs and artists I thought I allready knew. This is the one podcast I recommended to my daughter when she wanted to know more about the history of rock.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Schorpie
    Netherlands2 years ago

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