This is an excavation and exploration of Rock N Roll
Where did Rock N Roll music come from? How does Rock N Roll affect the larger society and vice versa? These aren’t easy questions to answer, but that’s what the Rock N Roll Archaeology Project is all about.
The Rock N Roll Archaeology Project is a true passion project with an emphasis on “passion”.
The founder of the project is Christian L Swain: a true Rock N Roller – no question – end of discussion – period.
I met Christian at Podcast Movement and he was easily the most intense human being in attendance. He’s also one of the nicest.
Christian started this project because:
“I burn with a desire to share music. Not as a performer…, but as a fan who wants to share the passion, the power, the art. Find where it fits, feel it and search out the history; describe how it shaped me as a person, how it shapes the world I know.”
Inspired by podcasters, such as Dan Carlin and Robin Pierson, Christian started not one, but SEVEN podcasts for this project.
- Rock N Roll Archaeology
- Rock N Roll Librarian (books)
- Reel Rock (movies)
- Vinyl Snob
- Rock Talk
- Long Strange Podcast (Grateful Dead documentary)
These podcasts are really well produced, entertaining, and must-listens for any true Rock N Roll fan – which definitely includes me.
Christian says that Rock N Roll turned his world from black and white to color. If you’re a Rock N Roll fanatic like me, you know exactly what he’s talking about.
If you love Rock N Roll – I mean really love Rock N Roll – you have to listen to The Rock N Roll Archaeology Project podcasts.
Have you ever had a life experience that turned your world from black and white to color?
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