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Ryan Gregg
Songs of Note
A music podcast about the songs we love, and the stories behind them.
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5.0 stars from 40 ratings
Tom Petty
Awesome interview with Warren Zanes about Toms life and his Story. Especially loved the Traveling Wilburys parts. You really do a great job Ryan in getting these stories out to the music fans, thanks much for that!!
jeffrydarby via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/07/21
Love Otis Redding and love this song, it always makes me think of me & my sisters sitting on the dock of the lake and singing this song! 💙
kerryjanis via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/06/21
Fantastic!
Love Songs of Note! I didn’t grow up on the classics like so many others, so I always feel clueless when I’m around people talking about them. I love getting to know more about these older bands and I love that I get good suggestions of newer music as well. I almost ALWAYS love the recommendations.
JoshWax via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/05/21
Recent Episodes
Ryan talks with David Cooper Moore who wrote the original Arcade Fire album review for their killer album “Funeral” for Pitchfork in 2004.  Follow David on Twitter: @dcoopermoore Sign up for an exclusive Songs of Note episode and playlist here:...
Published 06/14/21
Ryan talks with Dwight Garner, book critic for The New York Times, about Elvis Costello's song, "Alison." Sign up for an exclusive Songs of Note episode and playlist here: https://mailchi.mp/5a4c0459fa02/songsofnotenewsletter Get Dwight's book, "Garner's Quotations" here:...
Published 06/07/21
Ryan talks with Holly George Warren, author of the book Janis: Her Life and Music as well as 15 other books include a biography of Gene Autry and Alex Chilton. FREE BONUS EPISODE LINK: http://www.thesongsofnote.com/bonus Get a signed copy of her book: www.goldennotebook.indielite.org Holly's...
Published 06/01/21
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