Dan and Dan Podcast

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Meet Dan and Dan! Dan Reed is the Music Director and Afternoon Host at WXPN/Philadelphia and Dan DeLuca is a Music Critic and Columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer and Philly.com. Dan and Dan don’t just theorize about music, they bring it to us firsthand. From artists to producers to authors, Dan and Dan welcome guests that have put their stamp on rock and roll. It’s a podcast for the music fan in all of us.


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Gregg Allman

Meet Dan and Dan! Dan Reed, Music Director and Afternoon Host at WXPN/Philadelphia and Dan DeLuca, Music Critic and Columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer sit down on a bi-weekly basis to talk MUSIC! Earlier this year the music world lost an icon in Gregg Allman. Before he passed away Gregg recorded his final studio album called ‘Southern Blood’. Legendary producer Don Was was requested by Gregg to work on his farewell collection. Don calls-in to talk with Dan and Dan about recording ‘Southern Blood’ with Gregg and tells some poignant tales about being in the studio for this album. Also on the podcast, the Dan’s remember the late Walter Becker and pick brand new ‘Songs of the Week’! - Wed, 6 Sep 2017 16:57 EDT

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Cheetah Chrome

Meet Dan and Dan! Dan Reed, Music Director and Afternoon Host at WXPN/Philadelphia and Dan DeLuca, Music Critic and Columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer sit down on a bi-weekly basis to talk MUSIC! It’s Punk Rock 101 with Cheetah Chrome on this edition of the Dan and Dan Music Podcast. The founding member of the Cleveland punk rock band the Dead Boys joins the Dan’s to talk about the 40th Anniversary of their album ‘Young, Loud and Snotty’. There is also a re-recording of the album coming and a tour planned. We’ll hear all about, plus the Dan’s offer up new ‘Songs of the Week’ and pick what they deem to be the ‘Songs of the Summer’. - Thu, 31 Aug 2017 09:22 EDT

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Lizzy Goodman

Meet Dan and Dan! Dan Reed, Music Director and Afternoon Host at WXPN/Philadelphia and Dan DeLuca, Music Critic and Columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer sit down on a bi-weekly basis to talk MUSIC! ‘Meet Me In The Bathroom’ may just be the best rock n roll book of the year. Author Lizzy Goodman joins the podcast to talk about the rebirth of the rock scene in New York during the 2000s. Lizzy shares some fascinating stories and reflects upon an exciting scene in recent music history. The Dan’s also remember the late Glen Campbell and talk Springsteen’s upcoming stint on Broadway. - Thu, 17 Aug 2017 09:11 EDT

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Record Collections, Part 2

Meet Dan and Dan! Dan Reed, Music Director and Afternoon Host at WXPN/Philadelphia and Dan DeLuca, Music Critic and Columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer sit down on a bi-weekly basis to talk MUSIC! Are you still adding to your vinyl or CD collection? As streaming services take a hold of the way people listen to music, we’re asking music fans how they’re adapting. The Dan’s welcome Record Collector John Stanley to the show and talk about collecting music in the digital age. Plus, we’ll play iPod shuffle and see what randomly pops up on each of the Dan’s phones! Any guesses? - Thu, 10 Aug 2017 09:11 EDT

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Record Collections, Part 1 – Vinyl

Meet Dan and Dan! Dan Reed, Music Director and Afternoon Host at WXPN/Philadelphia and Dan DeLuca, Music Critic and Columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer sit down on a bi-weekly basis to talk MUSIC! The Dan's want to know what music fans are doing with their Record Collections in the digital age of music. Neil Shah of the Wall Street Journal recently wrote a great piece titled "Why Vinyl's Boom Is Over". We talk to Neil about the resurgence of vinyl and what it has meant for artists and record collectors. Plus, what does the future of vinyl look like? We'll find out. Plus, Guns 'N Roses debut turns 30 years old and brand new 'Songs of the Week'! - Wed, 26 Jul 2017 15:11 EDT

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