EP 103: Laurel Canyon

On this week’s episode, Chanty takes you back to a time when eucalyptus trees hung in front yards, people went cabin to cabin playing each other their new music, and musicians would gather at the[…]

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EP 101: Tara Browne

This week we bring you the life story of Guinness heir turned ’60’s muse Tara Browne. Born into Irish aristocracy, Tara’s upbringing was anything but normal. Surrounded by some of the worlds most famous writers,[…]

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Ep 90: Kristin Casey

Today’s guest is Kristin Casey, author of the book Rock Monster: My Life with Joe Walsh as well as a surrogate partner and intimacy coach. Yep, we said Joe Walsh, a wildly (emphasis on wildly) talented[…]

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EP 84: Grace Slick

Grace always knew she wasn’t meant for a more “conventional” lifestyle, but it wasn’t until she began seeing live music and started her own band that she finally felt she’d found her destiny. When her[…]

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EP 82: Alice Carbone Tench

This week we have the pleasure of talking with Alice Carbone Tench. Alice is an author, blogger, mother, amateur cook and a rock-wife! We’ve been a fan of Alice from the day we discovered her[…]

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EP 81: Cynthia Lennon

When Cynthia first met John Lennon he was an 18 year old teddy boy more interested in being the class clown and playing his guitar than focusing on school work.  Both students at the Liverpool[…]

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EP 79: Sam Roberts

It’s true what they say, he really is the nicest guy in the biz. This week, Chanty and Lynx interview Canada’s Rock & Roll sweetheart and medicine man, Sam Roberts.  Speaking of backstage movers and[…]

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EP 78: Groupie Tales

Lynx is back from London and she has some tales! She tells Chanty about her whirlwind adventure in England which includes going to a Rolling Stones concert and meeting a 70 year old Pearl Jam[…]

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EP 75: Lorraine D’Alessio

“There’s more to say about women than victimization. What about empowerment? What about how we’re changing the world?” Lorraine D’Alessio is a US attorney and the Founder and CEO of D’Alessio Law Group in Los[…]

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EP 74: Vivian Cash

She was the world’s “first lady of country music” and it’s time that she tells her story. Today Chanty presents you the life of Vivian Cash. “The truth is, I have only recently begun to[…]

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EP 73: Bif Naked

Chanty and Lynx chat with the one and only Bif Naked! Getting to sit down with Canada’s Queen of Punk was such an immense pleasure! Bif has been kicking ass and breaking barriers for over[…]

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EP 72: Edie Sedgwick

“She was a catalyst. By being in contact with her, the edges were sharper. An evening with Edie would only end when Edie had got to the point of exhaustion, which would be at the[…]

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EP 71: Electrified Porcupine

This week’s episode is very special because we introduce you to Electrified Porcupine! If that name sounds familiar, it’s because you hear it at the beginning of all of our episodes. Electrified Porcupine brings you[…]

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EP 66: Maureen Van Zandt

We couldn’t be more excited to share this weeks interview with the beautiful, talented and supremely lovely Maureen Van Zandt! Maureen has had quite an incredible life and it was such a joy to hear[…]

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EP 64: Rita Rae Roxx

This week Chanty presents the story of Rita Rae Roxx based on her book: Once Upon a Rock Star: Backstage Passes in the Heavy Metal Eighties – Big Hair, Bad Boys (and One Bad Girl). This[…]

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Meet Sami Harris

Today Lynx and Chanty introduce you to Sami Harris- an LA doll who they met through the Queen- Pamela Des Barres! Sami Harris is 20 year old writer, social media influencer, music journalist and yogi[…]

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EP 63: Ann Moses

This week Lynx tells Chanty all about the delightful Ann Moses. When Ann scored herself a job at Tiger Beat Magazine she, like it’s readers, was just a teen herself. Within a few short years she would go from a part time editorial assistant to editor in chief of the ever growing tween magazine. If you’re picturing her stuck at some desk… think again. Ann spent the majority of her time outside the office. You may have found her traveling on tour buses with Tiger Beat faves like Paul Revere and the Raiders, Dino, Desi & Billy and The Standells, or hanging out on tv and film sets like Where the Action Is, The Monkees and The Flying Nun.

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EP 61: Suze Rotolo and Bob Dylan

This week Lynx takes you Greenwich Village in the 1960’s where poetry, politics and folk music take center stage. As a “red diaper baby” with 2 Communist parents, political activism was built into Suze’s DNA.[…]

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