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DISGRACELAND

iHeartRadio & Jake Brennan

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DISGRACELAND
DISGRACELAND

DISGRACELAND

iHeartRadio & Jake Brennan

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13.1K
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Murder, infidelity, suicide, arson, overdose, religious cults, drug trafficking; this podcast explores the alleged true crime antics and criminal connections of musicians we love like Jerry Lee Lewis, The Rolling Stones, Tay K-47, Tupac Shakur, Mayhem, Amy Winehouse and many more. Why? Because real rock stars are more like feral, narcissistic animals than functioning members of society and that is precisely what makes them so damn entertaining. If you love true crime and you love music then get ready to love this podcast.

Latest Episodes

Whitney Houston: Cracks in the Mirror, Crack on the Mirror, and One Fateful Choice

EWhitney Houston was The Voice. A stunning beauty. An early MTV star and leading actress. But when she passed away in a hotel suite bath, the music industry gala downstairs that she was supposed to attend went on without her. How did it all come to this? The drugs and her husband Bobby Brown weren’t answers, just ways to avoid the question: what was the private tragedy of Whitney Houston? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

37 MIN3 d ago
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Whitney Houston: Cracks in the Mirror, Crack on the Mirror, and One Fateful Choice

Eminem: Taking His Shot, Pulling a Glock, and Facing the Real Slim Shady

EOn a single Saturday in 2000, Marshall Mathers assaulted two separate men with a pistol and fought with his wife outside a nightclub, resulting in lawsuits and charges that hung over the completion of his original trilogy of albums. For that one day, the rap persona Slim Shady had escaped into the real world. How had Slim Shady come to be, and why had he gotten out? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

37 MIN1 w ago
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Eminem: Taking His Shot, Pulling a Glock, and Facing the Real Slim Shady

Introducing: Murder in Oregon

EIntroducing a brand new iHeartRadio Original Podcast: Murder in Oregon. In January of 1989 the director of Oregon’s Department of Corrections, Michael Francke, was brutally stabbed to death outside his office in Salem. His murder was quickly ruled a “car burglary gone wrong” and pinned on a low-level drug dealer named Frank Gable, a man who Francke's own brother, Kevin, along with storied Oregon reporter Phil Stanford, believe has been wrongfully imprisoned for nearly 30 years. They contend Francke had uncovered a dangerous trail of corruption in the prison system— one that lead to the top of Oregon’s political establishment. Murder In Oregon follows the two men on a decades-long quest, bordering on obsession, into Oregon’s drug and crime-infested underbelly to answer one question: Who really killed Michael Francke? Murder in Oregon is now available. Listenhere. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

1 MIN2 w ago
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Introducing: Murder in Oregon

Big Lurch: Hip Hop Cannibal (special Halloween re-release)

EBig Lurch, didn’t just rap about standard hip-hop culture; he rapped about serial killers like Jeffrey Dahmer and horror movie villains like Jason Voorhees and Freddy Krueger, and in the process contributed to a sub-genre of hip-hop called, “horrorcore.” He also smoked way too much PCP. So much so that he could not separate his horrorcore lyrics and the horror movies he watched from reality. The result? Unspeakable. Not just murder. Cannibalism. This is a special Halloween re-release of the Season 2 episode on Big Lurch Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

32 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Big Lurch: Hip Hop Cannibal (special Halloween re-release)

Introducing Bear and a Banjo

Bear and a Banjo is a new musical podcast that tells the incredibly tall tale of a band that time forgot. Although history may have left them behind, Bear and Banjo rubbed shoulders with some of the greatest musical icons in history — from Leadbelly and Sister Rosetta Tharpe to Little Richard and Bob Dylan — unwittingly influencing the course of 20th century Americana. Featuring Dennis Quaid, T-Bone Burnett, and Jason "Poo Bear" Boyd. Written and performed by series creator Jingle Jared, with original lyrics by Bob Dylan. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

2 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Introducing Bear and a Banjo

Madonna: Music as Sex and Sex as Power in the Reign of the Queen of Pop

EMadonna always knew her life would be art. She rose through the late 70s New York scene reinventing pop iconography and feminism alike. But whether it was Toronto police threatening her for indecency, her short-fuse husband, Hollywood bros exploiting her charisma, or far worse, Madonna learned quick: the world doesn’t know what to do with a truly free woman. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

43 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Madonna: Music as Sex and Sex as Power in the Reign of the Queen of Pop

Iggy Pop: Mad Artistry, Mental Wards, and Gaping Chest Wounds

EIggy Pop pushed rock further than anyone before him, committing to live acts of sex, sickness, and rumored suicide on stage. From his cocaine fueled bromance with David Bowie, to his search for inspiration in the voodoo rituals of Haiti, Iggy Pop never just crossed the line between art and madness. He bled all over it, and danced on the stains. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

42 MINOCT 15
Comments
Iggy Pop: Mad Artistry, Mental Wards, and Gaping Chest Wounds

Motown Records: Pimps, Prostitutes, the Detroit Mafia and the Sound of Teenage America

EMotown Records is one of the most successful musical industry endeavors or all time. The music and the megastars Motown produced; Smokey Robinson, Diana Ross, Stevie Wonder and the Jackson 5 defined a generation. But that success is marred by rumors. Rumors that the record label and its innovative owner were controlled by the quote unquote black hand of the white American mob. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

43 MINOCT 8
Comments
Motown Records: Pimps, Prostitutes, the Detroit Mafia and the Sound of Teenage America

Led Zeppelin: Dark Power, Cocaine, Backstage Brawls and Heavy Metal Magick

ELed Zeppelin were the biggest band on the planet. The great white shark of the seventies. They defined excess. The designed the avatar for the heavy metal rock star; themselves. Along the way there were violent brawls, car crashes, lots of cocaine, alcohol, satanic sexual rituals and a very freaked out David Bowie. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

47 MINOCT 1
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Led Zeppelin: Dark Power, Cocaine, Backstage Brawls and Heavy Metal Magick

More Disgraceland Stories: The Disgraceland Book Trailer

EThe Disgraceland Book Trailer Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

1 MINSEP 27
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More Disgraceland Stories: The Disgraceland Book Trailer

Latest Episodes

Whitney Houston: Cracks in the Mirror, Crack on the Mirror, and One Fateful Choice

EWhitney Houston was The Voice. A stunning beauty. An early MTV star and leading actress. But when she passed away in a hotel suite bath, the music industry gala downstairs that she was supposed to attend went on without her. How did it all come to this? The drugs and her husband Bobby Brown weren’t answers, just ways to avoid the question: what was the private tragedy of Whitney Houston? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

37 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Whitney Houston: Cracks in the Mirror, Crack on the Mirror, and One Fateful Choice

Eminem: Taking His Shot, Pulling a Glock, and Facing the Real Slim Shady

EOn a single Saturday in 2000, Marshall Mathers assaulted two separate men with a pistol and fought with his wife outside a nightclub, resulting in lawsuits and charges that hung over the completion of his original trilogy of albums. For that one day, the rap persona Slim Shady had escaped into the real world. How had Slim Shady come to be, and why had he gotten out? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

37 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Eminem: Taking His Shot, Pulling a Glock, and Facing the Real Slim Shady

Introducing: Murder in Oregon

EIntroducing a brand new iHeartRadio Original Podcast: Murder in Oregon. In January of 1989 the director of Oregon’s Department of Corrections, Michael Francke, was brutally stabbed to death outside his office in Salem. His murder was quickly ruled a “car burglary gone wrong” and pinned on a low-level drug dealer named Frank Gable, a man who Francke's own brother, Kevin, along with storied Oregon reporter Phil Stanford, believe has been wrongfully imprisoned for nearly 30 years. They contend Francke had uncovered a dangerous trail of corruption in the prison system— one that lead to the top of Oregon’s political establishment. Murder In Oregon follows the two men on a decades-long quest, bordering on obsession, into Oregon’s drug and crime-infested underbelly to answer one question: Who really killed Michael Francke? Murder in Oregon is now available. Listenhere. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

1 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Introducing: Murder in Oregon

Big Lurch: Hip Hop Cannibal (special Halloween re-release)

EBig Lurch, didn’t just rap about standard hip-hop culture; he rapped about serial killers like Jeffrey Dahmer and horror movie villains like Jason Voorhees and Freddy Krueger, and in the process contributed to a sub-genre of hip-hop called, “horrorcore.” He also smoked way too much PCP. So much so that he could not separate his horrorcore lyrics and the horror movies he watched from reality. The result? Unspeakable. Not just murder. Cannibalism. This is a special Halloween re-release of the Season 2 episode on Big Lurch Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

32 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Big Lurch: Hip Hop Cannibal (special Halloween re-release)

Introducing Bear and a Banjo

Bear and a Banjo is a new musical podcast that tells the incredibly tall tale of a band that time forgot. Although history may have left them behind, Bear and Banjo rubbed shoulders with some of the greatest musical icons in history — from Leadbelly and Sister Rosetta Tharpe to Little Richard and Bob Dylan — unwittingly influencing the course of 20th century Americana. Featuring Dennis Quaid, T-Bone Burnett, and Jason "Poo Bear" Boyd. Written and performed by series creator Jingle Jared, with original lyrics by Bob Dylan. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

2 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Introducing Bear and a Banjo

Madonna: Music as Sex and Sex as Power in the Reign of the Queen of Pop

EMadonna always knew her life would be art. She rose through the late 70s New York scene reinventing pop iconography and feminism alike. But whether it was Toronto police threatening her for indecency, her short-fuse husband, Hollywood bros exploiting her charisma, or far worse, Madonna learned quick: the world doesn’t know what to do with a truly free woman. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

43 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Madonna: Music as Sex and Sex as Power in the Reign of the Queen of Pop

Iggy Pop: Mad Artistry, Mental Wards, and Gaping Chest Wounds

EIggy Pop pushed rock further than anyone before him, committing to live acts of sex, sickness, and rumored suicide on stage. From his cocaine fueled bromance with David Bowie, to his search for inspiration in the voodoo rituals of Haiti, Iggy Pop never just crossed the line between art and madness. He bled all over it, and danced on the stains. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

42 MINOCT 15
Comments
Iggy Pop: Mad Artistry, Mental Wards, and Gaping Chest Wounds

Motown Records: Pimps, Prostitutes, the Detroit Mafia and the Sound of Teenage America

EMotown Records is one of the most successful musical industry endeavors or all time. The music and the megastars Motown produced; Smokey Robinson, Diana Ross, Stevie Wonder and the Jackson 5 defined a generation. But that success is marred by rumors. Rumors that the record label and its innovative owner were controlled by the quote unquote black hand of the white American mob. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

43 MINOCT 8
Comments
Motown Records: Pimps, Prostitutes, the Detroit Mafia and the Sound of Teenage America

Led Zeppelin: Dark Power, Cocaine, Backstage Brawls and Heavy Metal Magick

ELed Zeppelin were the biggest band on the planet. The great white shark of the seventies. They defined excess. The designed the avatar for the heavy metal rock star; themselves. Along the way there were violent brawls, car crashes, lots of cocaine, alcohol, satanic sexual rituals and a very freaked out David Bowie. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

47 MINOCT 1
Comments
Led Zeppelin: Dark Power, Cocaine, Backstage Brawls and Heavy Metal Magick

More Disgraceland Stories: The Disgraceland Book Trailer

EThe Disgraceland Book Trailer Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

1 MINSEP 27
Comments
More Disgraceland Stories: The Disgraceland Book Trailer

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