Track Addicts Podcast Interview: Roxanne Steele 04.01.16

It is a rare honor to talk music and pop culture with such veteran radio talent; especially those who follow the Track Addicts Podcast. Roberto and Aaron have welcomed in heavy hitters such as 97.1 WXYT FM-The Ticket’s Bill McAllister and Don Tanner of Tanner Friedman Strategic Communications to discuss the career of David Bowie to top tier underrated music talent. Now, Track Addicts Podcast welcomes Roxanne Steele into the fold from CBS Radio Detroit’s 99.5 WYCD “Detroit’s Best Country”.

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Track Addicts Podcast 03.24.2016

Plenty of music news and discussion to go around in our latest podcast. Is Axl Rose joining AC/DC? What is wrong with current AC/DC lead singer Brian Johnson? Van Halen’s 5150 celebrates 3 decades-Roberto fills us in. Aaron learns more about Roberto’s recent blog, Top 5 Black Sabbath Songs You’ve Never Heard. The Track Addicts Podcast Pick of The Week segment features a glowing review of Iggy Pop’s new LP with Queens of The Stone Ages Josh Homme-Post Pop Depression. Roberto selects a a polished, jazz fusion standard in Return to Forever’s Romantic Warrior.

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5 Amazing Black Sabbath Songs You’ve Never Heard

By Roberto Boschian – Track Addicts Podcast

When you hear the name Black Sabbath, you think of madman Ozzy Osbourne and timeless classics like ‘Iron Man’ and ‘Paranoid.’ If you’re a fan of hard rock and heavy metal you might also reference songs like ‘Heaven and Hell,’ and ‘The Mob Rules,’ which featured metal pioneer Ronnie James Dio on vocals. Dio left the band for the first time in 1983 and was replaced by a cavalcade of singers like Ian Gillian, Glenn Hughes, Ray Gillen, and Tony Martin. Sabbath released 7 studio albums from 1986-1995. They were not commercial successes by any means, and were usually trumped and overshadowed by massive releases from former singer Ozzy Osbourne, but these albums contain gems that will rival the biggest metal songs of the 80’s. Here are five Black Sabbath songs you may not know now but will become favorites after you listen to them.

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Track Addicts Podcast PT.1 03.10.16

Our latest adventure is so big-we had to split the podcast in two! In part one, Roberto and Aaron welcome back Tanner Friedman co-founder, Don Tanner to the show; discussions on tap include the Dr. Luke/Kesha legal dispute, the passing of producer Sir George Martin, Boston’s Tom Scholz turns 69 and the unusual death of Ex-Eagles member Randy Meisner’s wife, Lana.

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Track Addicts Podcast PT.2 03.10.16

In the second segment of our king size podcast, Roberto, Aaron and Tanner Friedman co founder Don Tanner discuss their top 3 underrated artist. Spanning from R&B to Classic Rock, each selection is more unique than the next. What are some of your favorite underrated artist from yesterday or today?

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Track Addicts Podcast 2.29.2016

Leap Day on a Leap Year wouldn’t be the same without Roberto and Aaron! In this edition of Track Addicts Podcast, the guys discuss the music performaces at the Oscars and Grammy awards. Aaron and Roberto discuss the music set to 2 popular cable programs, HBO’s Vinyl and FX’s American Crime Story: The People Vs. O.J. Simpson.

In our special feature , we select our top 5 love songs of the 1980’s-which spawns a concert agreement. Finally, our pick of the week segments features a 2008 throwback release from soul legend Al Green and a memoir from a former top music executive.

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Track Addicts Podcast 02.11.2016

Roberto and Aaron discuss Coldplay’s half-time performance at the “Big Game”. Music news including a new Ace Frehley LP and a look back at Mick Jagger’s Wandering Spirit album. Plus, Roberto’s latest vinyl purchases takes him into Aaron’s musical neighborhood.

In our feature segment, the guys list off their top 5 love songs of the 1970’s-a sure fire mix tape for any evening! Finally, the pick of the week segment features the latest documentary from director Spike Lee on Michael Jackson and an unbelievable duo from Roberto’s collection are featured.

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