Congrats to Chantel Leah and Lynx O’Leary, the wonderfully named hosts of the Muses and Stuff Podcast, for their 100th episode, which focuses on Women Who Rock! There was a glitch with the podcast but you can listen to the correct version on their website: https://bit.ly/2ItE3Zx
There are two new podcasts you can add to your iTunes or streaming pleasure. One is the Bullseye With Jesse Thorn that aired on NPR stations this weekend:
The other is the debut podcast by David Kukoff, author of the new novel Children of the Canyon:
Doug Henwood of Left Business Observer interviewed me about the Runaways and Queens of Noise while I was in New York last week. I share the podcast with esteemed scholar Andrew Ross talking about Creditocracy.
Fresh audio product.
The podcast from the Queens of Noise event at the Los Angeles Central Library with Exene Cervenka, Allison Wolfe, and myself is now available at the LAPL site. Please listen and share!
Queens of Noise- Music, Feminism and Punk: Then and Now | Los Angeles Public Library.
via Queens of Noise- Music, Feminism and Punk: Then and Now | Los Angeles Public Library.
You can stream the audio of Jon Wiener’s interview with me on KPFK at http://archive.kpfk.org/m3u.php?mp3fil=17584
or download the iTunes podcast.
Larry Mantle is some kind of polymath. His KPCC “Air Talk” show covers everything from politics, to sports, to education, to, er, the Runaways. He asked me smart questions, and turns out to have been a ’70s Hollywood High survivor. One junior high school mate of the Currie sisters called in singing Cherie’s and Marie’s praise — that was cool. Here’s the podcast:
Queens of Noise tells the complete story of The Runaways | AirTalk | 89.3 KPCC.