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The Rider is a series of podcast and video interviews that get the gritty details from some of rock and roll’s greatest. From the process of bringing an album to life, to the gigs, the parties and everything in between. Fans want to know the hard work that goes into bringing entertainment to the masses and how the rock stars manage it all. Most of all, The Rider gives true fans access to the raw, unfiltered experience of loving rock and roll. Listeners will feel like they’re knocking one bac ...
 
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The Darkness are about to touch down to kick off the Motorheart Aussie tour, and this is a big deal. The band love Australia, our pub rock and our pubs! Hear Frankie's response when I reveal to him one of his favourite rock bars in Sydney is closing down. Motorheart, The Darkness' latest album was recorded in isolation and we hear the struggles of …
 
It's hard to believe 'Riptide' was 8 years ago! This Aussie legend became a household name almost overnight, but as we all know - it's never an 'overnight success.'In this Series 3 opener of The Rider with Becko, we catch up with Vance Joy and find out how this 3rd album is a little different from the rest. As he heads out on another Aussie tour we…
 
The Mundi Mundi Bash is a real team effort - The Empire Touring family, Marc and Issy to Greg Donovan, the Promoter and his team. Then there's the roadies and stage managers, the security guys and of course the amazing musicians. The Rider speaks to them all backstage and find out what goes on. We celebrate the final day on the Mundi Mundi plains w…
 
So what makes a music festival work - we go behind the scenes at the Mundi Mundi Bash at Broken Hill and talk to everyone, from the managers, promoters, artists, caterers and security. Hear from Eurogliders, Sarah McLeod, Marc from Empire Touring, Melanie Dyer and more... This is The Rider with Becko at the Mundi Mundi Bash…
 
It's crazy when you realise how young Daniel, Chris and Ben were when they formed "Innocent Criminals" which would become Silverchair. These 15 year olds went into the studio to create one of the greatest debuts as we know it, "Tomorrow" (the album version is a little different as you'll find out). The band would grow and in a way, we grew up with …
 
Chit Chat Von Loopin Stad: Member of Machine Gun Fellatio, journalist, composer and now movie maker. He was deep in the Sydney indy music scene back in the 90s and has a million stories to tell. He is also a great example of someone who has the intelligence and drive to try anything - and nail it. From composing music for porn, to high budget movie…
 
Live touring has been taken for granted since covid. We don't understand the risk involved in touring regional areas as it is now - the rising costs and you are just one sniffle away from a gig being cancelled. Thirsty Merc have been one of the hardest working bands in the last 20 years and their new Aussie covers album, "Celebration" is literally …
 
Imagine leaving the band you've spent most of your adult life in, (over 20 years) and then trying to figure out what's next. That's very much how things were when Powderfinger broke up, leaving Ian Haug with the search for 'what's next." In 2013, he joined The Church, a band he looked up to in his teenage years and beyond - it's like playing with y…
 
Awolnation's "Sail" was one of the biggest songs in the world in 2011. So far, the song has achieved 1.5 billion streams and is certified Diamond - that doesn't happen by accident. This anonymous (and humble) musician was all of a sudden on every radio station and thrust into the spotlight after achieving a small deal with Red Bull Records. His 5th…
 
Tim Wheatley comes from a special family. His Dad Glenn and Mother, Gaynor gave him very much a rock & roll upbringing but somehow he stayed grounded. His father, bass player for the Master Apprentices went on to manage Little River Band and took them from filling pubs in Australia to stadiums of America. Of course we know his history managing John…
 
Lit paved the way for the modern rock scene in the late 90s with "My Own Worst Enemy" getting airplay not just in their home, California but right around the world. The rock wave later introduced bands like Good Charlotte, Blink 182, Simple Plan and Sum 41 to the mainstream, pls being part of major sound tracks like American Pie. Ajay and Jeremy ha…
 
Kav Temperley is working on his 2nd solo album, "Machines of Love and Grace" and after hearing the title track - you know he is carrying on from where he left off with Eskimo Joe. The song is a straight-up Eskis track and you'll find out in this interview that it almost was. The song was workshopped during covid and as Kav explains, it is heavily i…
 
Simple Plan are back with their 6th album and it couldn't come at a better time. The usual Covid dilemmas pushed back the release to 2022, since bands couldn't tour or promote their new music and as Chuck says, it didn't really feel appropriate to release and celebrate a new release while people were going through such tough times. We all grew up w…
 
Tony Mott (not actually his real name - you'll hear what it is later in the podcast) has collected rock stars like 'Trainspotting' (like the book). He's had access to the biggest names in music, but it's not all about the photos - it's the stories he's collected along the way. In this podcast, you'll hear about: Queen's last concert at Knebworth (a…
 
As Season 2 of The Rider kicks off, it feels right to invite another member of INXS to tell his story - Tim Farriss. INXS at their peak were the biggest band in the world, but this didn't happen by accident. It was pure hard work and constant touring. You had the winning formula of a tight band: Jon, Andrew, Tim, Kirk and Garry with lead-singer per…
 
Series 2 kicks off Monday with Tim Farriss from INXS in one of his most honest interviews ever. This is a chance to go back and celebrate the last 23 episodes of Series 1 of The Rider with Becko. If you use Spotify, you can hear a "with music" version, and get the stories behind the artists. Remember you can catch-up anytime on any of the interview…
 
This is a chance to go back and celebrate the last 23 episodes of Series 1 of The Rider with Becko. If you use Spotify, you can hear a "with music" version, and get the stories behind the artists. Remember you can catch-up anytime on any of the interviews on whatever platform you choose and leave a rating if you have time - it all helps!! Series 1 …
 
We all know the success that Hanson had in 1997, from "MMMBop" to "Where's The Love" and the mania that followed. Hanson are celebrating 30 years of music with "Red Green Blue" - coming out May 20. This time around, it's each band member working separately, rather than a collaborative effort, to write and record. We'll hear all the stories of how t…
 
Shane Nicholson really is the quiet achiever of the Aussie music industry. Nicholson's story begins with Brisbane band Pretty Violet Stain in the late 90s and then a magnificent solo career. After winning 3 ARIAs, 11 Golden Guitars (with 5 more nominations this year), it's clear he's one of the great Aussie song writers. His next album, "Living in …
 
The Hoodoo Gurus are one of Australia's favourites coming out of the pub scene. It was such a fertile era, bands like Midnight Oil, Cold Chisel, Mental As Anything and The Angels ruled the 'sticky floors' of Australia. In their 40th (well.. 41st) year, the Gurus have released their new album "Chariot of the Gods" coming with some wicked tracks - th…
 
The Whitlams waited 15 years to release "Sancho" but it felt like the right time. The 7th record is out and the "Gaffage & Clink" tour continues - you'll find out what that is, a little later in the podcast! Tim Freedman was ready to start on a new project when The Whitlams' long time tour manager, Greg Weaver tragically passed away. This gave Tim …
 
Brandon Boyd is nothing less than a musical genius, so to sit down and chat to him about the stories behind his latest album is a real privilege. The lead man of Incubus, Brandon Boyd has come back with his new album "Echoes and Cocoons". This comes after new Incubus releases in 2019/2020 with "Trust Fall" Side B: "Into The Summer" and "Our Love" w…
 
Slash has released his 4th album with Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators and this one didn't come easy. Post-Covid, recording comes with its risks. They jumped in a tour bus and travelled across the country to Nashville, to record in the historic RCA Studios - famous for Elvis and the Everly Brothers. The band wanted to get in the right head-space …
 
We are so excited to have international bands back on tour with Under The Southern Stars kicking off last week. The band, Cheap Trick weren't an overnight success. They relentlessly toured warehouse parties and taverns until they were signed to a major label - funnily enough, discovered playing at a bowling alley! The first 2 albums weren't a huge …
 
Stone Temple Pilots are one of the great bands to come out of the 90s. Out of San Diego, the original lineup was Scott Weiland, Dean DeLeo, Robert DeLeo and of course Eric Kretz on drums. Their insane debut album Core blew us all away in '92 and somehow this band found their place while the market was crowded with other bands at the time, like Pear…
 
I may have used the word legendary a few too many times in this podcast to describe Rick Nielsen. The band, Cheap Trick weren't an overnight success. They relentlessly toured warehouse parties and taverns until they were signed to a major label - funnily enough, discovered playing at a bowling alley! The first 2 albums weren't a huge success either…
 
Bush formed in London, in 1992 - right in the middle of a cultural change in music. The band were hard to define initially, it wasn't grunge. it wasn't classic rock - but my god, they had a polished sound. He could have easily not been a lead singer in a rock band, and you'll hear why in the podcast. As part of Under the Southern Stars, they are co…
 
Midnight Oil's 13th and final album is out, Resist and the band is ready to say farewell to their fans with one massive final tour. This is a special album, recorded after going into the studio after the massive 'Great Circle' tour - 20 tracks were recorded and these ended up being the last with Bones Hillman. They released the Makarrata Project as…
 
Music industry icon, that's what he is. Michael Chugg has seen the rise of AC/DC, been there for Stevie Wright and Billy Thorpe and then his meeting with Michael Gudinski would change the landscape forever. We all have so much to thank him for, countless tours from artists we never thought we'd see in Australia. ABBA, Fleetwood Mac, Bob Dylan and E…
 
Music industry icon, that's what he is. Michael Chugg has seen the rise of AC/DC, been there for Stevie Wright and Billy Thorpe and then his meeting with Michael Gudinski would change the landscape forever. We all have so much to thank him for, countless tours from artists we never thought we'd see in Australia. ABBA, Fleetwood Mac, Bob Dylan and E…
 
This week a whole lot of new music arrived from the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Liam Gallagher (with some help from Dave Grohl) and we also celebrated the life of Glenn Wheatley with an incredible tribute from his son, Tim. Now onto this week's guest: One half of Sydney rockers Polish Club, (David) Novak! The band formed in 2014, but very quickly mad…
 
Tim Rogers is one of the treasures of Aussie rock music. 90s music fans will always throw back to Hourly Daily or Hifi Way, but after releasing their 11th album "The Lives of Others" it shows they still can write brilliant rock songs. "The Waterboy" is already a crowd favourite in their live shows. 11 albums, 10 ARIAs, thousands of shows and now Ti…
 
Tim Rogers is one of the treasures of Aussie rock music. 90s music fans will always throw back to Hourly Daily or Hifi Way, but after releasing their 11th album "The Lives of Others" it shows they still can write brilliant rock songs. "The Waterboy" is already a crowd favourite in their live shows. 11 albums, 10 ARIAs, thousands of shows and now Ti…
 
We have to be thankful for Fifa Riccobono. She started off as a 16 year old secretary in the Alberts offices and worked her way up to office manager and CEO. Responsible for so many careers in the Australian music industry, and we're not just talking about AC/DC and the Angels. There was Rose Tattoo, John Paul Young, Choirboys, Flash & The Pan, Ste…
 
Lockdown and gig cancellations presented challenges to all in the music industry. Many worked on new music, took up a day-job and some sat back on their millions and waited for covid to be over. Mark Gable and Choirboys started doing weekly live streams, to thousands of fans also locked down in their homes. After forming in 1978, and playing hundre…
 
The Screaming Jets are back celebrating the 30th anniversary of their iconic debut album, All For One. Rather than doing the stock standard re-issue, in Covid they decided to re-record it as a band remotely. Sounds like a tough task, but the band in many ways made the album even better. Dave talks about how life is, juggling responsibilities as the…
 
Wolfmother have released their 6th album, Rock Out - a tribute to Eddie Van Halen. We all know 'Woman', 'Joker & The Thief', 'New Moon Rising' and 'White Unicorn' and Rock Out continues with that winning formula. The 2005 debut album was jam-packed full of hits, and Wolfmother felt like a band that was world class right away. What we didn't know wa…
 
Nic Cester who we know as the lead-man from Jet has had a busy time in lockdown. Early on, recording and releasing an album with the Jaded Hearts Club - featuring Matt Bellamy and Miles Kane. Now with the help of his daughter, Matilda he shows a very different side to his creativity with the children's book and companion album, "Skipping Girl" - wh…
 
Ben Lee is about as Indy as it gets, but as he releases his 20th album, "I'm Fun" - you get a feel that 2022 could be his year. It's like you've grown up with him, watched as he matured from a Bondi kid to hanging out with celebs in NYC, then being noticed by the Beastie Boys. It hasn't all been easy, he has reinvented himself countless times, made…
 
It feels like Andrew Farriss is the perfect guest to launch The Rider. Last count, INXS has sold 75 million (plus) records, and most of those were either written by him or co-written with Michael Hutchence. On the anniversary of Michael's death and recently, the 30th anniversary of "Live Baby LIVE" Andrew opens up on how he and Michael complimented…
 
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