FAILED ROCKSTAR CLUB PODCAST
The podcast that talks to musicians about mental health, band life, and fashion.
CLAP YOUR HANDS
We Chat how we're feeling these days, New feature song of the week, and Introduce our very first band into the FRC Hall of Fame. (bands that we believe are under appreciated) Plus an acoustic performance of one of this band's songs. We chat about contacting Fearne Cotton, and how life is going for our community in the shop. New Jingles, new features, sae old hosts.
HOW TO PROMOTE SHOWS BY THE BIGGEST BANDS IN THE WORLD, BY ZAC FOX.
Red Hot Chili Peppers, Ed Sheeran, New Adventures. Zac has worked with many of the biggest stadium acts in the world. She talks to us for an hour on the job as Chief Operating Officer for the Kilimanjaro Group. Plus how she stooped so low, as to tour manage our band once. For anyone getting to the end. She never confirmed it was Barry Gibb.
THE BEST & WORST THINGS BEING IN A BAND
We give our TOP 5 Best & Worst things about being in a band.From soundcheck, Friendship to Crushing Disappointment. What would you choose? please note - we had 'technical problems'. The mic broke at the end, and we couldn't fix it. So it cuts out right before you get our number 1 best things. Probably appropriate.
THE OPEN A SHOP EPISODE
Steve & Jez take a walk along the process of opening up a clothes shop. From negotiating, the stress, dealing with the piss taking builders, to our first party trying to woo the 'opinion leaders' in Colchester. We also have a discussion on Racism, being too passive and what we are gonna do about it. Toby from the Robin Cancer Trust gives his Band for life.
THE FUTURE OF FESTIVALS EPISODE
This week we are joined by special guest Lee Wakefield, PR for numerous dance festivals across the country. We talk about the future of music festivals after Lockdown, and what we can all do to help them. Plus he gives anyone interesting in getting into the music industry advice you can not miss.
PLUS special email from Zac Fox, that has put on some massive shows including Chillie Peppers, and Ed Sheeran. on her thoughts of the future of music festivals.