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Patrick Foster and Jim Lenahan are two middle-aged guys who have not lost their passion for rock 'n' roll. They talk music in "Dad Rock," a weekly USA TODAY podcast. Subscribe to Dad Rock on iTunes and please rate/review us — it helps more people discover the show! You can also stream or download the show on SoundCloud, Stitcher, TuneIn or AudioBoom. Twitter: @DadRockShow Facebook: To learn more:

Customer Reviews

Good show

"Blood on the Tracks" great show. "I can't even touch the books you've read" OUCH!!!

Wanted to like this...

but it was basically just cliches and abstractions. I listened to the Replacements show. Nothing there even a casual fan hasn't heard before. They proclaim a lot, but don't offer much depth or even examples to back up their proclamations. It's obvious they love the music, though, which counts for something, I suppose.

Legit Pod

It’s hard to find good music podcasts. It takes quite a bit of skill to build narratives about music and the science of music just isn’t that pod friendly. These guys do a great job of loving the material, being interesting, and being funny. I’ve been recommending it to my dad, though he’s still having trouble with understanding what a podcast is. Subscribed.