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Did Paul McCartney Just Film A 'Carpool Karaoke' Episode?

Paul McCartney staged a surprise return to his hometown on Saturday (June 9) when he performed at the Philharmonic pub in Liverpool, U.K. for a select audience. The appearance seemed to be part of a TV feature recorded with James Corden, presumably for The Late Show. The Liverpool Echo reported that TV firm SRO Audiences

Episode 64: Collecting Stephen King with Johann Trotter

Subscribe via iTunes | Google Play |  Stitcher  |  RSS Constant Listeners, it’s time we turn our attention on you. Welcome to the first installment of Collecting King, a new series that finds us talking to the myriad collectors roaming around King’s Dominion. Yes, yes, we know, there are a lot of you out there. To kick things off, Michael Roffman

Discography: Frank Zappa: Episode 2 – 200 Motels to Zappa In New York

To download, click “Share” and right-click the download icon | iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play | RSS Is that a real poncho? I mean, is that a Mexican poncho, or is that a Sears poncho? Marc With a C intends to find out as he continues to traverse Frank Zappa‘s monolithic catalog this time from 1971’s

Discography: Frank Zappa: Episode 1 – Freak Out! to Fillmore East

To download, click “Share” and right-click the download icon | iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play | RSS Join cult indie-pop songwriter Marc With a C as he chronicles a legendary artist’s catalogue album by album. With Discography you’ll walk in a novice, and come out well-informed and with a new favorite record or two. And if

Episode 60: Stephen King Deserves All the Credit for 1994’s The Pagemaster

“Welcome to the library, young man. Don’t tell me. You’re here for a special book.” Constant Listeners, every once and a while we make a revelation so shocking and so confounding that we can only sit in a dazed stupor and shake our heads in disbelief. Such is the case when we recently learned that

Ranking: Every Simpsons Treehouse of Horror Episode from Worst to Best

It’s hard to believe that it’s been nearly three decades since Marge first stepped out from behind that curtain to warn viewers about the spooky scenes they were about to witness. But that warning started a proud, hilarious tradition for The Simpsons, and 28 seasons later, the show has offered a triple-dose of tales to