Way Out Radio Podcast #18: Nile Marr on New Album, Hans Zimmer, Johnny Marr, The La's, Sonic Youth!
WAY OUT RADIO
Welcome to Episode 18 of the Way Out Radio Podcast!Today we're joined by the wonderful Nile Marr, a Manchester musician and the son of Johnny Marr from The Smiths. He’s been on our radar since fronting the band Man Made who released their debut album 'TV Broke My Brain' in 2016. Nile is very open in this interview about defying laddish culture, striving to help young Manchester bands and talks about his love of Bikini Kill and the girls to the front movement. If you enjoy the podcast please consider supporting by joining our fan club over at wayoutradio.com and you’ll get a free t-shirt. If you’re new to Way Out Radio I suggest you go back and listen to this series from the start. Loads of good stuff to get you going, from reggae artists like Autarchii and Miriam Simone to a mental health special with Tonic, plus bands like Drones and The Witchdoktors .
Pictures of Lily Podcast: Episode 2.30: Johnny Marr
Pictures of Lily
In the 30th episode of the Pictures of Lily Podcast, I talk about my various experiences with Johnny Marr over the last 20+ years. Listen here: Or on your preferred podcast platform: Or on SoundCloud: Or on YouTube: Or on Pandora: Or on Amazon: The post Pictures of Lily Podcast: Episode 2.30: Johnny Marr appeared first on Lily Moayeri.
In this week's episode Guy and Gary speak to acclaimed guitarist and songwriter of The Smiths, Johnny Marr. Johnny Marr takes us through his band playing experiences, his solo career and meeting Morrissey.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Epipod 59: We are back! Pneumonia got me...Detroit music, Johnny Marr and The Propeller Heads
Low Standards and Pours Podcast
Where the Hell is Bill? Join us for a brief chat and welcome back to the Bean. Eric is alive and recovering, El Carpe is almost sober. We have music suggestions and other minor silly coming ! Pour me another brother."
Boys Get Straight: Spooky Halloween Tales and Discussions Inspired By Johnny Marr's "Boys Get Straight"
Rhapsody In Reverie
Note: This episode contains stories that deal with death, frightening imagery, mild sexual themes and violence. Listener discretion is advised. Welcome back, Rhapsody Fam, as we rise from our graves just in time for the end of October! This week, Adrienne and Katarina introduce their brand new format by focusing on the song “Boys Get Straight” by Johnny Marr. Inspired by the song, Adrienne and Katarina have put pen to paper, writing short spooky stories just in time for Halloween! So plug in your headphones, get cozy, and get hyped for a new exciting season of Rhapsody in Reverie! Show Notes 0:00 - A Special Announcement Regarding The Show 2:18 - Theme 2:31 - Intro 5:01 - “Boys Get Straight” by Johnny Mar 12:52 - Katarina’s Story (“Splinter”) 22:57 - Discussion 28:27 - Up & Comers: Laura Murray 30:33 - Adrienne’s Story (“Boys Get Straight”) 42:18 - Discussion 47:34 - The Long Goodbye 54:28 - Outro
№692: Johnny Marr, Árstíðir, Boy George и Jon Hopkins
Темная сторона Луны
1. Johnny Marr — The Tracers2. Johnny Marr — New Dominions3. Johnny Marr — Day in Day Out4. Árstíðir — Lover5. Árstíðir — Þar Sem Enginn Fer (Sjálfviljugur)6. Boy George & Linton Kwesi Johnson — Star Dub7. Boy George & Sinead O`Connor — Death of Samantha8. Jon Hopkins — Emerald Rush9. Jon Hopkins — Feel First Life10. Johnny Marr — Walk into The Sea
Christian and Martha discuss Johnny Marr and his book Set The Boy Free. Blessed with musical genius and perhaps the best attitude in the music business, Marr left an indelible mark on music as The Smiths co-founding member, and the hosts discuss how his tale is told. If you enjoyed this episode, click on the link to purchase your own copy of the book. As an Amazon Affiliate we earn from qualifying purchases. We appreciate your support. Available in paperback, hardcover, audiobook, and Kindle.
In episode 2 of 'Closer With...' I talk to guitar hero Johnny Marr about his early musical career, his transition to a solo artist, the creative process and how he's been dealing with this period of lockdown. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Smiths’ Johnny Marr talks to Tom about coming from a family of musical obsessives including his mother who would make her own pop charts, how he adapted to his new role as a frontman, and why he never enjoyed touring until 2002.