Robert Finley, Opinions on Neil Young, The Weeknd & Turnstile, Plus Peter Bogdanovich

Finley

For much of his life, Robert Finley’s musical talent was a buried treasure, but with Sharecropper’s Son he made one of the best albums of 2021. Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot talk with Finley about his unconventional path to a music career. They also revisit their 2008 conversation with the late director Peter Bogdanovich about his Tom Petty documentary film. Plus, the hosts review new albums from Turnstile, The Weeknd and Neil Young. 

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Dawn FM The Weeknd

The Weeknd Dawn FM

Jim and Greg review the latest from R&B superstar The Weeknd. The record, Dawn FM, is more reflective and upbeat than some of his past releases.

Barn Neil Young and Crazy Horse

Neil Young  Crazy Horse Barn

The hosts share their thoughts on the new Neil Young and Crazy Horse record, Barn. Recorded in a barn, this album saw a personnel change when Frank Poncho Sampedro retired and was replaced by Nils Lofgren of the E Street Band.

Glow On Turnstile

Turnstile GLOW ON

The Baltimore hardcore group Turnstile is making a splash with their third studio album Glow On. Hear what Jim and Greg have to say about it!

Peter Bogdanovich

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Director Peter Bogdanovich recently died, so we revisit our interview with him from 2008 about the Tom Petty documentary he directed.

Robert Finley

Robert Finley’s 2021 album Sharecropper’s Son was a favorite of both Jim and Greg. They chat with the blues singer and guitarist about growing up, coming to the music business later in life and his stint on America’s Got Talent.

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