Rock N' Roll with Sonic Boom writer Peter Ames Carlin-Ep.10

Episode 10 January 21, 2021 00:35:08
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Rock N' Roll with Sonic Boom writer Peter Ames Carlin-Ep.10
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Show Notes

Jason starts by discussing his escapades with Vodka O and then describes an exciting new project he is involved with that feeds the homeless and gets restaurant owners a tax break.

Then Chris quizzes Jason on recording artists before going to interview Sonic Boom writer Peter Ames Carlin.

Peter describes his experiences shadowing Bruce Springsteen for the bestselling book Bruce and then discusses his latest work, Sonic Boomabout the incredible run Warner Bros. Records had with their unusual strategy of finding the best talent and helping the artists get opposed to replicate the sounds and style of previous hits. 

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