With lively exchanges and interesting insights, the JabberGuys dive into the backstories of the rock music industry’s little-known facts, fascinating stories, and much more about your favourite performers, bands, and musicians. INSIDE ROCK discusses aspects of rock music history you didn’t know through amusing and thought-provoking podcasts.
Name That 90s Band (S2-E1)
The JabberGuys remember some of the bands, artists and music of the 1990s through a quiz format. Listen in to the clues and try to guess along.
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The JabberGuys uncover the iconic band Boston, from their early beginnings to some of the tragedies that plagued members of the band in the later years.
Scholz, Goudreau, Masdea, Delp
Previous Band Name: Mother’s Milk (1974)
Demos rejected by numerous labels
Delp leaves to get a factory job
Scholz brings Delp back for more vocals and label submissions …. and … Nada
Barry Goudreau comes...
Name That Album (S1-E14)
The JabberGuys mix it up a bit with this Album Cover challenge. See if you can guess these albums with the clues from the album cover art.
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The True North Rocks (Part 2) (S1-E13)
The JabberGuys and the Giz explore more Canadian artists in Part 2 of The True North Rocks.
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Represented Canada at the Japan Expo 1970
“Raise a Little Hell”
Rough Trade - Carol Pope
“High School Confidential”
Rock and Hyde
“Sunglasses at Night”
Tom Cochrane - Red Ryder
“Life is a Highway”
“Seasons in the Sun”
“Put the Bone...
The True North Rocks (Part 1) (S1-E12)
The JabberGuys welcome Giz back to the podcast as they celebrate some of Canada’s musical talent. Giz shares some of his experiences with Canadian rock stars… and the JabberGuys get into some bands and performers with interesting backstories.
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The Guess Who
- the band’s original name was Chad Allan and the Reflections
- Top Hits: American Woman, No Time, No Sug...
For Your Ears Only (S1-E11)
The JabberGuys count down the James Bond movie theme songs from 1962 to 2021. A special guest shares his insights into many of the theme song versions that were never released, and artists that were passed over
The JabberGuys welcome 'Oz' to the show
1962 Dr. No - classic Bond theme music - John Barry/Monty Norman
1963 From Russia With Love
1964 Goldfinger - Shir...
Chicks That Rock (S1-E10)
The JabberGuys talk about chicks who have dominated the rock scene for a long time. This episode is a tribute to women that have a badass approach to rock and roll.
Women in Rock!
Darby Mills - The Headpins (Canada)
Only female to be inducted twice into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame - as a member of Fleetwood Mac and as a solo artist.
Gwen Stefani - No Doubt
You Can Judge a Song by Its Cover (S1-E9)
On this episode of INSIDE ROCK, the JabberGuys welcome Giz back to the show to talk about cover songs. Some of the original artists for well-known covers may surprise you.
Fleetwood Mac (S1-E8)
The JabberGuys follow Fleetwood Mac from their beginnings, through their trials and tribulations, to the making of one of the best-selling albums of all time.
Cha gets frustrated with Tim Horton’s
Memorable Moments: 1970's (Part 2) (S1-E7)
In Part 2 of the 1970s, the JabberGuys cover memorable moments from 1975-1979 of Rock's greatest decade.
Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars
Young Americans – hits the USA
Fame written by Bowie and Lennon
Zeppelin – Swan Song records
Cover of Time and Newsweek
Bee Gees – Saturday Night Fever
Memorable Moments: 1970's (Part 1) (S1-E6)
The JabberGuys revisit some memorable moments from the 1970s, one of the greatest decades of rock music that gave birth to classic rock. This episode (Part 1) covers 1970-1974.
Stayin' Alive (S1-E5)
The JabberGuys talk about some of the bands that have been around for a very long time... and welcome the ‘Giz’ to this episode who has an inside scoop on working with the Rolling Stones.
As of December 2020:
Bee Gees…. Who’s left?
The Who… how many original members are left after 56 years?
Golden Earring… #1 on many longevity lists. (59 years)
RUSH! … who was the original dr...
Memorable Moments: 1960s (S1-E4)
The JabberGuys revisit some of Rock's most memorable moments from the 1960s.
Female domination of the charts.
(Little Eva, Connie Francis, Brenda Lee, Shelley Fabares, Dee Dee Sharp, Patsy Cline, Mary Wells, the Shirelles, the Crystals, and the Marvelettes).
Phil Spector (Producer) and the Wrecking Crew
Berry Gordy and Motown
The Kingsmen - Louie Louie (FBI in...
Rock Hurts (S1-E3)
Crazy concert mishaps, and baffling behaviour by some of your favourite rock performers are discussed by the JabberGuys on this episode of INSIDE ROCK. “Rock Hurts” shares a variety of stories that provide insights into many of Rock music’s moments to remember.
David Bowie: Lollipop in the eye (Norway, 2004)
Rolling Stones: Altamont Speedway Free Festival (1969)
What's in a Name? (S1-E2)
The JabberGuys discuss underlying meanings and messages from some of your favourite rock songs, as well as uncovering the origins of many popular band names on this episode of INSIDE ROCK. Some of the band name origins are a little graphic, so make sure the kids aren’t around when you listen.
I Will Always Love You - Written for Porter Wagoner as a f...
Cleveland Rocks (S1-E1)
INSIDE ROCK launches with insights to those performers who have made the cut for induction into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame, and those who haven't. Interesting backstories, early inductees, obvious choices, recent snubs, and the confusion around voting criteria.
First song released a minimum of 25 years prior to being nominated.
The Rock Hall says induction decisi...
If you can never get enough true crime... Congratulations, you’ve found your people.
Camp Hell: Anneewakee
The Anneewakee Treatment Center for Emotionally Disturbed Youth operated in Douglasville, Georgia for over 25 years. Purportedly, it was a place that parents could send their troubled kids for help. But in reality, it was a breeding ground for abuse. This is the story of Anneewakee, as never told before.
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