Dan and Dan Podcast

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Jingle Jams. An eclectic assortment of holiday tunes, from the new and quirky to the classic.


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Join Talia Schlanger as she navigates the World Cafe through performances and interviews with celebrated and emerging artists.


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24/7 Musical discovery. A unique mix of emerging and heritage blues, rock, world, folk, and alt-country artists.


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The End of Classic Rock with Steven Hyden

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! Author Steven Hyden returns to the podcast to discuss his new book ‘Twilight of the Gods - A Journey to the End of Classic Rock’. The guys explore the impact that classic rock radio has had on artists themselves and generations of listeners. Plus, Steve explains the influence that the deaths of David Bowie and Tom Petty had on the book. In addition to our interview with Steven Hyden, the Dan’s also pick their favorite songs of the year … so far! - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 07:22 EDT

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Best of Dan and Dan 2018 (So Far!)

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! We’re at the halfway point of 2018 and this time around on the podcast we revisit some of our favorite interviews of the year so far. We’ll listen back to a conversation the Dan’s had with legendary record man, Seymour Stein! Plus, Morgan Lander of the heavy metal band Kittie opened our eyes to what it’s like being an all-female band in a male dominated genre. Both were fantastic guests, and you can relive their interviews now! - Fri, 29 Jun 2018 14:42 EDT

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Meet Jake Brennan of Disgraceland

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! Disgraceland is a true crime podcast as it relates to music and musicians. The Dan’s are joined by Jake Brennan, the host of this captivating podcast, who calls in to talk about how he developed the show and how each episode comes together. Plus, Jake tips us on some upcoming ideas that he’s working on for Disgraceland! Dan and Dan also pick new ‘Songs of the Week’ and introduce a brand new theme song for the podcast! - Wed, 13 Jun 2018 19:19 EDT

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Memphis Rent Party – An Interview with Author Robert Gordon

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! Acclaimed author Robert Gordon drops by the podcast to chat with the Dan’s about his latest book, ‘Memphis Rent Party’. Like his book, our interview paints an insider picture of one of music’s most influential cities. Robert tells tales dating back to the advent of Sun Records to his personal experiences with Jeff Buckley and more recently, Cat Power. It’s a masterful account of the history of music in Memphis. Plus, both Dan DeLuca and Robert Gordon are graduates of the University of Pennsylvania. Don’t miss the story of how they first met! - Wed, 23 May 2018 17:14 EDT

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Craig Braun

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! You may not recognize his name, but you’ll surely be familiar with his work. From the zipper on the cover of Sticky Fingers to the peel-able banana on the cover of The Velvet Underground & Nico, Craig Braun created some of the most elaborate album covers of the late 60’s and 70’s. Craig recounts some great stories about working on some of these iconic projects. Plus, on this episode’s ‘Two Minute Drill’ Dan and Dan discuss the latest in Meek Mill news, and Kanye too! - Thu, 10 May 2018 11:45 EDT

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