From Memphis To Merseyside

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Thursdays 8pm EST bombshellradio.com From Memphis to Merseyside Ep 28 ‘Earth Day’ The first Earth Day celebrations were on April 22, 1970, and over 20 million people participated in that inaugural event. Today we look at musicians who have expressed concern for the environment, and who advocate for environmental stewardship, through their music. Enjoy this […]

Thursdays 8pm EST bombshellradio.com From Memphis to Merseyside Ep 27 Feel Good Songs In celebration of winter being over, we’ve decided to do an episode of songs that make us feel good, and we think you’ll love this playlist as well. We’ve got a little bit of summertime music in here, since it feels like […]

Thursdays 8pm EST bombshellradio.com From Memphis to Merseyside Ep 26 On April 4, 1968 civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated as he stood on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. His assassination sent shockwaves around both the United States and the rest of the world. On this episode, […]

Thursdays 8pm EST bombshellradio.com From Memphis to Merseyside Ep 25 Country Rock Part 2 When Elvis Presley recorded ‘That’s All Right, Mama’ and ‘Blue Moon of Kentucky’ in 1954, the musical landscape was changed forever. Blending rhythm and blues with elements of country music, what Presley captured that day was something new and exciting. Last […]

Thursdays 8pm EST bombshellradio.com From Memphis to Merseyside Ep 24 ‘Country Rock’ Part 1 When Elvis Presley recorded ‘That’s All Right, Mama’ and ‘Blue Moon of Kentucky’ in 1954, the musical landscape was changed forever. Blending rhythm and blues with elements of country music, what Presley captured that day was something new and exciting. A […]

Thursdays 8pm EST bombshellradio.com From Memphis to Merseyside Ep 23 “1971 Part 2” On this instalment of From Memphis to Merseyside, we’re continuing our look at 1971, perhaps the greatest year in rock and roll history, but this time our focus is on the bands. This period was a time when bands felt like they […]

Thursdays 8pm EST bombshellradio.com From Memphis to Merseyside Ep 22 – 1971 (Part 1) What was the greatest year in rock and roll history? There has been a lot of debate around this question, but we think that 1971 stands out as a leading contender. Imagine for a moment that Paul McCartney’s solo album gets […]

Thursdays 8pm EST bombshellradio.com From Memphis to Merseyside Episode 21 Clearly Canadian (Part 2) This is part two of our series exploring great Canadian music, and this time we’re looking at the 1970s. It was in the 1970s that Canadian Content (Can Con) rules for radio stations came into being, and the result was an […]

Thursdays 8pm EST bombshellradio.com From Memphis to Merseyside Ep 20 ‘Clearly Canadian’ Canadian content rules in radio did not come into effect until the 1970s, but there was still a rich history of Canadian rock and roll and pop music prior to that. On today’s episode of From Memphis to Merseyside, we take a look […]

Thursdays 8pm EST bombshellradio.com From Memphis to Merseyside Ep 19 “More Motown!” When Berry Gordy Jr. founded Tamala Records in 1958, he had a vision of a record label that would encourage black artists, and bring African-American artists the respect they deserved in a radio landscape that was still for all intents and purposes segregated. […]


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