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Will Dailey, host of the Sound of Our Town podcast, joins Jake to reflect on the very true crime heavy Jennifer Hudson episode. Jake and Will explore how to deal with dangerous people, the city of Chicago, the importance of live music, murder ballads and protest songs, and more. Join the conversation on social @disgracelandpod on TikTok and Instagram and catch every episode's After Party live at Twitch.tv/DisgracelandTalksSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Jennifer Hudson shocked her hometown of Chicago when she was eliminated from American Idol in 2004, only to surpass everyone’s expectations when she later raked in awards and rave reviews for her role in Dreamgirls. Yet grief washed over Chicago again when her mother and brother were found slain in their Englewood home, and the smallest member of the Hudson family was declared missing. Their tragic story begins with betrayal and ends with a heartbreak so severe, only Jennifer’s long-standing faith could put it back together.This episode contains themes that may be disturbing to some listeners, including graphic depictions of violence. To hear all episodes of Disgraceland for free, visit amazon.com/disgraceland. Show notes are available at disgracelandpod.com. Follow us @disgracelandpod on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook for music news, bonus episodes, and more.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Lol Tolhurst from The Cure and Budgie from The Slits and Siouxsie & the Banshees, the hosts of the podcast Curious Creatures, return to Disgraceland to share with Jake their first-person memories of London in the 70s, the birth of the punk scene, sharing cabs with Johnny Rotten and more.This episode was recorded on September 7th, 2022, a day before news broke of Queen Elizabeth's passing. All After Party bonus episodes are recorded live on Twitch at Twitch.tv/DisgracelandTalksSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
In 1977, the world’s most controversial band didn’t stop when they were dropped by their major label only months after they were signed. John Lydon, Steve Jones, and the Sex Pistols continued their feud with the corporate music world, the English monarchy, and a horrified public. It was a struggle made all the more difficult by the introduction of the group’s most volatile member, a junkie who was barely clean–or competent enough–to find his way around four strings. The band’s grand plan to conquer America royally backfired and ultimately led to an explosive and bloody downfall. To paraphrase Neil Young, "this is the story of a Johnny Rotten," but it’s also a story about how great music can shock, scandalize, and galvanize the world. This episode contains themes that may be disturbing to some listeners and includes descriptions of self-harm.To hear all episodes of Disgraceland for free, visit amazon.com/disgraceland. Show notes are available at disgracelandpod.com. Follow us @disgracelandpod on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook for music news, bonus episodes, and more.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Jake and episode writer Zeth Lundy trade tales of discovering the Sex Pistols, unpack the class struggles that birthed British punk, then Jake reads some classic reviews of punk written by Chuck Berry and gets Zeth and producer Taylor's takes on that *other* Sex Pistols docudrama out this summer, Hulu's miniseries Pistol.Join the conversation on social @disgracelandpod on TikTok and Instagram and catch every episode's After Party live at Twitch.tv/DisgracelandTalksSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Punk rock’s greatest debut record was penned by a singer who saw traditional rock ‘n roll as a disease that needed to be eradicated and a sex-addicted guitarist who stole wallets, bikes, cars, and more than a few pieces of musical equipment to outfit the band. They cut their teeth performing for hardened criminals at a maximum security prison. They destroyed other bands’ gear and slept with their girlfriends. They scammed the working class system that had scammed them for years, by convincing the biggest record label in the world to release their controversial music. And they did all of this before the most infamous Pistol of all ever strapped on a bass guitar and pretended he knew how to play.This episode contains themes that may be disturbing to some listeners, including self-harm and child sexual abuse.To hear all episodes of Disgraceland for free, visit amazon.com/disgraceland. Show notes are available at disgracelandpod.com. Follow us @disgracelandpod on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook for music news, bonus episodes, and more.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Filmmaker Tiller Russell (Nightstalker, Silk Road, The Seven Five) joins Jake to discuss Pink Floyd, Tiller's new podcast "The Dangerous Art of the Documentary," and what kind of music docudrama project they might like to work together on one day. Join the conversation on social @disgracelandpod on TikTok and Instagram and catch every episode's After Party live at Twitch.tv/DisgracelandTalksTo hear all episodes of Disgraceland for free, visit amazon.com/disgraceland. Show notes are available at disgracelandpod.com. Follow us @disgracelandpod on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook for music news, bonus episodes, and more.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Trigger-happy extremists, SWAT teams, hellhounds, and crazy diamonds: find out which music icons will be featured in Season 10 of Disgraceland. The latest season of the award-winning music and true crime podcast launches July 12, 2022.Check out the first 9 seasons of Disgraceland, only on Amazon Music.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Taylor Swift has a list of stalkers longer than her stadium tour setlists. One drove over 900 miles to hand-deliver his “love” letters to her then-record-label, Big Machine Records. Others have showed up to her homes bearing rope, lock picks, and tools to break her windows. The threats on her life have become so persistent that her security team once installed facial recognition software at the venues she performed in, specifically to distinguish her stalkers from her fans. While making some of the most recognizable pop songs in music history, Taylor Swift also became one of the most recognizable women in the celebrity sphere – a title that on many occasions has nearly cost her life.This episode contains themes that may be disturbing to some listeners, including descriptions of stalking and sexual assault.To hear all episodes of Disgraceland for free, visit amazon.com/disgraceland. Show notes are available at disgracelandpod.com. Follow us @disgracelandpod on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook for music news, bonus episodes, and more.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
It has long been believed that punk rock icon Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose. That is true. However, new evidence suggests that his overly affectionate and increasingly dependent mum gave him a fatal hotshot in a final, maternal act of mercy. Listen to find out why.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
This is a bonus episode of Disgraceland. To hear this week's episode, for free, visit amazon.com/disgraceland.Want to know where Disgraceland is? Literally? Figuratively? Then listen to this. From the where to listen to the award-winning music and true crime podcast called Disgraceland to the where it all began, down the road a piece from the King’s home, Elvis Presley’s Graceland in Memphis to the home of the Killer, Jerry Lee Lewis’ home in Nesbit, Mississippi that the locals called “Disgraceland”. Don’t miss out on this special episode and don’t miss out on all of the upcoming Disgraceland episodes in Season 7 and beyond. And for those looking to binge through six additional seasons in the archives, we’ve got you covered. Find out how to not miss any Disgraceland content, and check out some of the most exciting clips from our first three years.To hear all episodes of Disgraceland, for free, visit amazon.com/disgraceland. Show notes are available at disgracelandpod.com. Follow us @disgracelandpod on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook for music news, bonus episodes, and more.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Comments (417)

Curtis Massey

Jesus Christ, this poor family. So much loss. It's such a terrible price to pay. And for what?

Sep 22nd
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Leslie Nelson

Great job! As a woman who has survived a tiny part of this stalking/ abuse situation, it took me right back there. I can relax though, because the person who was doing this to me is deceased. (not from my hand. btw) But that is when we can truly let go. My heart goes out to her.

Aug 2nd
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ben feldman

never knew this stuff. great podcast

Jul 12th
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Baz Rüddick

I love the strokes and Albert Hammond Jr but this entire thing feels like a plug for a seltzer he is launching. I couldn’t be less interested in some commercial venture he is involved in.

Jun 21st
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Thomas Maggs

Amazon?? umm no thanks. thanks for letting us know where the episodes have gone. it was fun whilst it lasted.

Apr 5th
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Michael Gilmore

where are all the past episodes I know there was more than this, I was listening to this podcast a few years ago

Mar 30th
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Brian Lee

This guy needs a content editor

Mar 16th
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Brian Lee

This guy needs a content editor

Mar 16th
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Christian Robards

the tapping in the background is fucking awful

Jan 15th
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drora gibson

can we expect part 2 sometime soon? all these part 1 episodes are of putting and it is a pity.

Dec 10th
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Agnils

There seem to be a lot of episodes missing? Are they deleted? Moved? Can someone please tell me?

Jul 15th
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JML

great stories but this guys delivery is so bad the show is unlistenable.

May 21st
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Bianca Scott

.... where did all my favourite episodes go from the early seasons?! I've been a long time listener, came back to enjoy some classics - and nearly everything has been scrubbed clean... this a good way to alienate your audience sadly. Was in the mood for you Mr. Jake, but now I guess I'll be moving onto another podcast to fill the void while I game 🤷🏽‍♀️ too bad, I felt this was something special in the beginning, but now I'm honestly not so sure.

May 16th
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Setareh Afrasiabi

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Jan 25th
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Lavender Pixie

Can't believe he got a cop to help him snatch the body! Crazy story.

Jan 16th
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Lorie Taylor

do you know what bonus means? All he does is replay clips from shit we already heard, nothing new. Sad really.

Dec 30th
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Allison Rose

if I ever hear anyone use the word "decadence" again... 🤬😡🤯😤 I just can't. Unsubscribing.

Dec 28th
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Nick Penland

such a great podcast, always a good listen.

Nov 29th
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Brittney Welsh

ayeee i have amazon woohoo

Nov 25th
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Johnny Utah

WTF was that?

Oct 29th
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