• Pete Ganbarg

    Pete Ganbarg

    S1, Ep. 2

    From the very beginning, Pete Ganbarg loved music. He listened to everything he could get his hands on. He pored over copies of Billboard Magazine, starting at age 13. And...
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  • ABIR (Women of Atlantic)

    ABIR (Women of Atlantic)

    S3, Ep. 3

    For a while, ABIR’s songwriting didn’t quite match her reality. Not having been in one, she was “writing these heartbreaking songs as if I’d been in a 10-year relationship.” But...
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  • HONNE

    HONNE

    S2, Ep. 3

    The genre-defying duo joins to discuss their full length album, “Love Me / Love Me Not.” Knowing they had “more to offer” in the sophomore LP, HONNE set off on a...
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  • Zeena Koda

    Zeena Koda

    S1, Ep. 1

    Zeena Koda has done just about everything in the music world. She toured and played in a band. She interned at a record label, working heavy metal albums. She was...
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  • Clara Mae

    Clara Mae

    S2, Ep. 2

    The Swedish songwriter joins to discuss her 2018 EP, “Sorry For Writing All The Songs About You.” The bold concept behind the release — it details the peaks and valleys of a...
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  • Goody Grace

    Goody Grace

    S3, Ep. 2

    A childhood fandom (and eventual tattoo) of Elvis. A deep love of My Chemical Romance and concept records. A range of influences stretching from Taylor Swift to Danzig. With such...
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  • Pretty Woman (Original Broadway Cast Recording)

    Pretty Woman (Original Broadway Cast Recording)

    S2, Ep. 1

    Jerry Mitchell, director for the recent Broadway run of “Pretty Woman: The Musical,” knew immediately that songwriting duo Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance (“Summer of ’69”) matched his production. “Bryan...
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  • A R I Z O N A

    A R I Z O N A

    S3, Ep. 1

    When songwriting trio A R I Z O N A talks creativity, it’s in lockstep with authenticity. “It’s a funny sort of thing to pursue, because there’s being creative in...
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  • Unreleased Material

    Unreleased Material

    S1, Ep. 4

    With the release of ‘Pink Floyd The Later Years,’ a massive new box set from one of the greatest bands the world has ever seen, comes your chance to hear...
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  • Big Log

    Big Log

    S2, Ep. 6

    You’re probably familiar with the idea of musicians (especially Robert) describing their career as a journey, but sometimes songs go on travels themselves. Since being recorded for Robert’s second solo...
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  • The Artwork

    The Artwork

    S1, Ep. 3

    With the release of “Pink Floyd, The Later Years,” a massive new box set from one of the greatest bands the world has ever seen, comes your chance to hear...
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  • Live

    Live

    S1, Ep. 2

    With the release of “Pink Floyd The Later Years,” a massive new box set from one of the greatest bands the world has ever seen, comes your chance to hear...
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  • Studio

    Studio

    S1, Ep. 1

    With the release of “Pink Floyd The Later Years,” a massive new box set from one of the greatest bands the world has ever seen, comes your chance to hear...
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  • Carry Fire

    Carry Fire

    S2, Ep. 5

    In this episode, we get to know the title track from Robert’s most recent album from 2017. Ably supported by The Sensational Space Shifters, it’s another whirling blend of sounds...
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  • #4: Cut To An Old Man, Thinking ’bout His Life Span

    #4: Cut To An Old Man, Thinking ’bout His Life Span

    S1, Ep. 4

    He sang about love and death — sometimes in the same song — up until the very end. Harry Nilsson, says one friend, had a boxing problem with God. Harry’s...
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  • Preview — Season 1

    Preview — Season 1

    S1, Ep. 0

    With the release of Pink Floyd, The Later Years, a massive new box set from one of the greatest bands the world has ever seen, comes your chance to hear...
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  • Preview — Season 1

    Preview — Season 1

    S1, Ep. 0

    Stretch and Bobbito are back with a new podcast series, The Actual Stretch and Bobbito Show, where the two iconic DJs discuss music, culture, sports, social justice issues and beyond....
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  • #3: You’ve Had a Buckeroo Day

    #3: You’ve Had a Buckeroo Day

    S1, Ep. 3

    In 1967, as he was recording his first album, Harry Nilsson made a startling discovery: the father he thought killed in World War II was still alive. His music dreamed...
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  • Preview — Season 1

    Preview — Season 1

    S1, Ep. 0

    Everyone has a story. Especially when it comes to working in the music world.
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  • Monkey

    Monkey

    S2, Ep. 4

    In 2010, Robert assembled a new group — The Band of Joy — and recorded an album of the same name. It included cover versions old and new by artists...
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  • #2: There’s No More Yesterday

    #2: There’s No More Yesterday

    S1, Ep. 2

    John Lennon and Paul McCartney declared Harry Nilsson their favorite artist and invited him to London during the recording of the White Album. He wrote and recorded with all four...
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  • #1: Rescuing The Rescue Boy

    #1: Rescuing The Rescue Boy

    S1, Ep. 1

    Harry Nilsson was one of the greatest singers and songwriters of the 1970s, but by the time of his death in 1994 he hadn’t released an album for more than...
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  • Preview — Season 1

    Preview — Season 1

    S1, Ep. 0

    A preview of Final Sessions, season 1, centered on Harry Nilsson’s “Losst And Founnd.”
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  • Battle Of Evermore

    Battle Of Evermore

    S2, Ep. 3

    One of the joys of this series is that we span the whole of Robert’s career so far. We also get to enjoy the rare pleasure of the man himself...
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  • Ohio

    Ohio

    S2, Ep. 2

    Robert discusses “Ohio,” recorded for Patty Griffin’s 2013 album “American Kid.”
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  • Tin Pan Valley

    Tin Pan Valley

    S2, Ep. 1

    A new season of Digging Deep! New songs, new stories and new journeys to take. Season 2 finds us once again in the company of Robert and this time we...
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  • Preview — Season 1

    Preview — Season 1

    S1, Ep. 0

    A preview of “Korn Presents: The Nothing.”
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  • I Get A Thrill

    I Get A Thrill

    S1, Ep. 6

    In the final episode of the first series, we discover what happened when Robert Plant got into the studio with a collection of legendary guitar gunslingers like Jeff Beck, Nile...
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  • Nothin’

    Nothin’

    S1, Ep. 5

    In 2007 Robert and Alison Krauss released an album called “Raising Sand.” Something of an instant classic, its huge Grammy-winning success is only superseded by the beautiful musicianship and stunning...
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  • Like I’ve Never Been Gone

    Like I’ve Never Been Gone

    S1, Ep. 4

    The next stop on our musical map is Robert’s first post-Led Zeppelin album, “Pictures at Eleven,” from 1982. A step into brand new territory, but which featured a killer list...
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  • Achilles Last Stand

    Achilles Last Stand

    S1, Ep. 3

    This episode covers one of the most epic Led Zeppelin songs as Robert reveals the story and personal trauma behind the mighty “Achilles Last Stand.” Starting our journey at the...
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  • Bones Of Saints

    Bones Of Saints

    S1, Ep. 2

    Robert’s next choice of song is “Bones Of Saints,” a track from his 2017 album “Carry Fire,” and this week he tackles Henryk Górecki, the Welsh mountains of Bala, the...
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  • Calling To You

    Calling To You

    S1, Ep. 1

    We start our journey with a track lifted from the 1993 album “Fate Of Nations” with Robert looking back at the creation of a pretty bold song lifted from that...
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  • Jason Mraz

    Jason Mraz

    S1, Ep. 9

    “Every album you go into it thinking, ‘this is going to be the album where I say something.’ And I feel like I did accomplish that.” “Know.,” the 2018 album from...
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  • Brent Cobb

    Brent Cobb

    S1, Ep. 8

    Brent Cobb can sure tell a story. Whether recalling his musical origins, retelling old family tales, or speaking on the creative process, the rising country artist pulls you in with...
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  • Matt Maeson

    Matt Maeson

    S2, Ep. 9

    Prior to landing at Neon Gold and Atlantic Records, Matt Maeson honed his skills on some daunting stages. As part of his family’s ministry, he played “songs about salvation” at...
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  • Brynn Elliott

    Brynn Elliott

    S1, Ep. 7

    College was, to say the least, a very busy time for Brynn Elliott. She would play “something like 260 shows” while excitedly pursuing her degree at Harvard, the two passions...
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  • Straight No Chaser (Part 4)

    Straight No Chaser (Part 4)

    S2, Ep. 8

    For their new album, “One Shot,” the world-renowned a cappella group wanted tracks relating to their collective journey. First, find out how they put together a Boyz II Men and...
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  • nothing,nowhere.

    nothing,nowhere.

    S1, Ep. 6

    When following up 2017’s “Reaper,” Joe Mulherin aimed to explore his more minimal side. From production choices, to a speedy creative process (it was written and recorded in two weeks),...
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  • Straight No Chaser (Part 3)

    Straight No Chaser (Part 3)

    S2, Ep. 7

    For their new album, “One Shot,” the world-renowned a cappella group wanted tracks relating to their collective journey. First, find out how their rendition of Simon and Garfunkel’s “Homeward Bound”...
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  • Straight No Chaser (Part 2)

    Straight No Chaser (Part 2)

    S2, Ep. 6

    Members of the famed a cappella group discuss late night rehearsals at Indiana University, talk their early albums (Holiday Spirits, Under The Influence), and reminisce about breaking big on a...
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  • grandson

    grandson

    S1, Ep. 5

    It’s not just Jordan Benjamin’s musical ambitions that set him apart in his role as alter ego and Fueled by Ramen artist, grandson. His thrilling genre bend — one described as...
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  • Straight No Chaser (Part 1)

    Straight No Chaser (Part 1)

    S2, Ep. 5

    Members of the famed a cappella group discuss recording their 2008 album, “Holiday Spirits,” describe the fateful call on a New Year’s Day that would eventually lead them to Atlantic...
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  • KYLE

    KYLE

    S2, Ep. 4

    “It’s you giving 110 percent of yourself.” That advice from Snoop Dogg to KYLE was not taken lightly. A 2018, confident debut record, titled “Light of Mine” and featuring 4-time platinum single...
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  • Wallows

    Wallows

    S1, Ep. 4

    For a band primed to be one of the next great pillars of rock music, you’d expect a more rollicking origin story. “We became friends through our moms. Sounds funny,...
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  • Jess Glynne

    Jess Glynne

    S2, Ep. 3

    “Give yourself every opportunity.” From starting in music management to hitting the top of the charts, the story of the English singer-songwriter is anything but traditional. Discover this journey, from...
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  • Mean Girls (Original Broadway Cast Recording)

    Mean Girls (Original Broadway Cast Recording)

    S1, Ep. 3

    “It’s as intimidating as it is liberating.” From the origins of the stage production, to the “unique challenges” presented by cast recording albums, to what the artists thought of the...
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  • Dead Sara

    Dead Sara

    S2, Ep. 2

    It took another singer bailing on the California State Fair for Emily Armstrong to step up to the mic. She hasn’t stepped back since. The singer and guitarist of Dead...
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  • Vance Joy

    Vance Joy

    S1, Ep. 2

    Following up a massive hit, strumming on a junky guitalele, and solving the mysteries of songwriting. Discover how the Melbourne folk artist crafted 2018’s “Nation of Two.” Interviews: Vance Joy, Stefan Max...
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  • Savannah Conley

    Savannah Conley

    S2, Ep. 1

    It’s all about authenticity for Savannah Conley. From her parents telling her to “never do anything that’s not you,” to her respecting fellow musician Brent Cobb for being “forever and...
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  • Dashboard Confessional

    Dashboard Confessional

    S1, Ep. 1

    “I did. I found it. There is necessity inside me to write Dashboard songs.” Ending a nine-year gap between full length albums, Chris Carrabba’s journey to 2018’s “Crooked Shadows” was...
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  • Preview — Season 1

    Preview — Season 1

    S1, Ep. 0

    A preview of season one of Inside the Album.
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  • Elderbrook

    Elderbrook

    S1, Ep. 12

    We talk to Elderbrook about the limits of a guitar, waking up with a smile, and the things we do when we’re young.
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  • Sweater Beats

    Sweater Beats

    S1, Ep. 11

    We talk to Antonio Cuna AKA Sweater Beats about growing up around skate culture, the special place Bossa Nova has in his heart, and hearing himself on the jukebox.
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  • Trivium’s Paolo Gregoletto

    Trivium’s Paolo Gregoletto

    S1, Ep. 10

    Paolo Gregoletto of the band Trivium talks to us about the stories behind emotional songs, finding records at the flea market, and getting to those eureka moments in the studio.
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  • Molly Kate Kestner

    Molly Kate Kestner

    S1, Ep. 9

    We spoke to Molly Kate Kestner about fitting in in high school, listening to Prince as a kid, and hearing her brother sing the national anthem.
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  • Whethan

    Whethan

    S1, Ep. 8

    We talk to Chicago-based producer Whethan about mishearing song lyrics, remixing anything he could find, and the importance of having a place to create.
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  • Soleima

    Soleima

    S1, Ep. 7

    Danish musician Soleima talks about discovering the Beatles, hip-hop nostalgia, and going out on her own.
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  • Hayley Kiyoko

    Hayley Kiyoko

    S1, Ep. 6

    We speak with singer-songwriter Hayley Kiyoko about singing on family road trips, middle school angst, and her dream of being in a boy band.
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  • Chappell Roan

    Chappell Roan

    S1, Ep. 5

    Chappell Roan talks to us about the meaning of her name, performing in talent shows, and the secret sounds hidden in her songs.
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  • Lil Skies

    Lil Skies

    S1, Ep. 4

    We talk to Lil Skies about growing up in a small town, putting his own spin on The Sauce, and making music for the world.
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  • Josie Dunne

    Josie Dunne

    S1, Ep. 3

    Musician and songwriter Josie Dunne joins us to talk about singing to herself under the covers, teaching Justin Bieber songs to children, and being a little fish in a big...
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  • MILCK

    MILCK

    S1, Ep. 2

    Singer, songwriter, and poet MILCK joins us to discuss writing to the underdog, growing up listening to The Carpenters, and the high of magical songwriting.
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  • Jason Mraz

    Jason Mraz

    S1, Ep. 1

    We talk to award-winning singer-songwriter Jason Mraz about paying the bills, being your own first fan and surrendering to the track.
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