Louise Goffin hosts and produces Song Chronicles, a podcast featuring conversations with legendary songwriters, musicians and producers from the relaxed perspective of an insider, talking the "inside baseball" of songs and record-making with peers. Song Chronicles creates an exclusive record of historic stories told by the music makers themselves. Guests have included 23x GRAMMY-winning sound engineer and producer Al Schmitt, 7x GRAMMY-winner Gloria Estefan, multi-platinum songwriter-producers Desmond Child and Sam Hollander, and many more. Song Chronicles follows where The Great Song Adventure left off, an earlier podcast co-hosted with author and songwriter, Paul Zollo where they interviewed songwriters like Mike Stoller, Chrissie Hynde, Chris Difford and Chuck D. The Great Song Adventure archives includes an intimate five-part interview with Carole King, which remains King's most extensive interview to date.
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Welcome to Season 3, Episode 4 of Song Chronicles. Our guest today is Dave Davies, co-founder and lead guitarist for The Kinks, one of the most influential and quintessentially English rock bands. more
Welcome to Season 3, Episode 3 of Song Chronicles. Our guest today is singer and songwriter Billy Valentine, who just released a new album called "a masterclass in soul interpretation" by Record Collector. Billy Valentine & The Universal Truth was ch... more
Welcome to Season 3, Episode 2 of Song Chronicles. Our guest today is Michelle Lewis, an Emmy- and Peabody-winning songwriter and composer and an advocate of songwriters’ rights as executive director of SONA. more
I’d been meaning to start listening for months. I’d been trapped and lost in my own head with what to do, where to go, with a recent new recording. Seeking advice all around, a journalist acquaintance said he had none, but enthusiastically urged me to start listening to Louise’s interviews. I immediately began to listen from the beginning and it has been a revelation! I’m so grateful for her unique perch and the depth of her many relationships with such a broad spectrum of talent. Song Chronicle... more
As a fellow singer/songwriter I listen to each & every one of Louise Goffin’s podcast. She is totally credible, and is a grown child of rock royalty. Louise has a very good mix of interviews from music biz insiders. Nothing but love & praise for Louise Goffin & Song Chronicles. Anytime you want to do a co-write Louise I will give up my lone wolf songwriting and let you take the lead, or let you 🎶follow🎶.
The Thomas Walsh episode is yet another reminder on why Song Chronicles is consistently an excellent listen. Louise always has a great rapport with her guests. Her interviews feel like you are eavesdropping on two people sitting around chatting. Her conversation with Walsh is filled with amusing anecdotes, interesting insights into music making and a great introduction to Walsh’s music if you’re not familiar with it.
I always look forward to Louise's newest podcast's. As a music biz insider I still learn from each one. It is so interesting to hear the inside story and history others have gone through.
I’ve been a Louise fans since Kid Blue. Great to hear her talk to other song writers, always good. Early episodes had audio issues, newer ones, like Kathy Valentine, is very pleasing. more
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Song Chronicles launched 6 years ago and published 29 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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