Episode 6 of Geeks and Beats Podcast (and Show Notes) Now Available!

Geeks and Beats is the podcast I do with Michael Hainsworth (BNN/CTV).  According to iTunes, it’s now the fourth most-popular music podcast in the country.  See?

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Here are your show notes for the episode–which, by the way, features a guest appearance from “Chocolate Rain” stary, Tay Zonday!

Apple Wants to Take Over Your Car 

New Beetle double as an iPhone dock

The $160,000 turntable

80s flashback: Orchestral Manoeuvres In the Dark on a Commodore 64 floppy disk

G&B Update

How Much is Riding on Psy’s “Gentleman?” A Lot

PSY’s Newest Video Banned for an Odd Reason.

Fish Heads reaction Voicemail

So far the “no” vote is winning on @geeksandbeats launching an Enhanced Podcast with @alancross and @hainsworthtv fb.me/2rxMTEp3j

Thomas Foster@thomas_foster 20 Apr Best way to pass time while my car is getting serviced … Listening to @GeeksandBeats podcast, I’ll probably learn something I didn’t know.

Amber Bell@anicolebell 19 Apr Blogged about my new fav podcast…@GeeksandBeats! dalespeaking.com/listen-to-this/

Help keep @GeeksandBeats on the #iTunes main page! Pls rate and review! Link

Ask Alan Anything – http://www.geeksandbeats.com/aaa/

Any interesting facts about Buddy Holly and what happened to the Crickets? Did they go onto anything?

Reflections on My Late Grandfather and His Effect on My Life in Music 

alexfmann@alexfmann 19 Apr @alancross I am glad his present inspired you so much. My two year old and I listen to your show every weekend… He calls it “heavy metal”.

Biggest Record Store Day yet.

Rush’s Rock Hall induction: ‘I’m relieved for our fans.’ 

Be a better gardener with Black Sabbath

Alan Cross

is an internationally known broadcaster, interviewer, writer, consultant, blogger and speaker. In his 30+ years in the music business, Alan has interviewed the biggest names in rock, from David Bowie and U2 to Pearl Jam and the Foo Fighters. He’s also known as a musicologist and documentarian through programs like The Ongoing History of New Music.

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