Today’s episode is a fan chat I had with one of the best indie podcasters, and all round genuinely nice fella, Corey Morrissette. Yes, that’s spelled correctly, Alanis doesn’t spell her name properly! Corey is the host of the superb podcasts And The Podcast Will Rock (dedicated to breaking down the catalogue of Van Halen with his brilliant co-host Mark Camire), Back Tracks: Aerosmith Revisited (with the ever-sardonic John Mariano) and Back Tracks: Theme Music (again with JM). I’m a huge fan (and have listened to every episode of) the first two shows and have begun catching up on the latter and I can tell you, hand on heart, that Corey is a superb host, producer, and creative brain. He also happens to be a big Tom Petty fan, which of course is why I wanted him on the show. As a warning, there is some profanity in this episode, but it’s not vulgar or gratuitous.
Go find Corey on Twitter at @cdmorrissette and check out his shows here:
And The Podcast Will Rock: https://podcastwillrock.com/
Back Tracks: Aerosmith Revisited: @BTAerosmith
Back Tracks: Theme Music: @BTThemeMusic
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All music, including the theme song, provided by my very best friend Randy Woods. Check him out at https://www.randywoodsband.com/
Logo provided Ed Booth, who you can find here: https://edboothart.com/
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