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Uncharted: Crime and Mayhem in the Music Industry


Have I got a story for you! Award winning Music Historian and host of the chart topping Ongoing History of New Music Podcast Alan Cross unleashes his next amazing podcast. In every episode Alan Cross takes you inside unbelievable true stories of crime, murder, scandal, strange deaths, unexplainable events, and the general mayhem from the music industry through the decades.There is a lot of bad beh... more

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Phil Spector was one of the most successful record producers and songwriters of the 1960s and 70s…he was a boy genius, a millionaire many times over by the time he was 21… more

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The Manson family murders are among the most famous crimes in American history…their actions have been documented over and over and over…this program will not be a recitation of what happened…instead, we’re going to look specifically at how music fig... more

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4.8 out of 5 stars from 361 ratings
  • Alan does it again.

    Alan, your amazing at this kind of stuff. When I started listening to your ongoing history of new music, it was right when I felt like music just kinda wasn’t my thing. Since, I have grown to be an even bigger music enthusiast/ lover. When I heard to had a new podcast, I HAD to check it out. First listen, I was hooked. These stories are crazy, and you explain them in an easy to understand way, and because you work in the music industry, you know much more then I ever would by just researching th... more

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    n. Nathan
    Canada11 days ago
  • Alan Cross is a legend. Try it out, you won't be disappointed.

    Podcast Addict
    2 months ago
  • Great podcast

    Who doesn’t love listening to Alan Cross talk?! These podcasts give interesting obscure insights and they’re the perfect length. I’m mid- binge and hope there’s another season.

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    Canada2 months ago
  • Great idea poor execution

    Usually comes across as a bunch of random facts that are seemingly related but with no central narrative. This would be fine if the narrator didn’t want to be Keith morrison’s understudy. It’d be a better podcast if he spoke with a tone that actually matched the text he was reading.

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    United States2 months ago
  • Always waiting impatiently for these

    Any chance you could do one per week?

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    Strike Force 5 Fan
    Canada3 months ago

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