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Stateside Madness podcast, episode 24: “The Liberty of Norton Folgate” Part Two

Stateside Madness podcast, episode 24: “The Liberty of Norton Folgate” Part Two

July 10, 2021

This week we continue our tour of “The Liberty of Norton Folgate,” discussing bonus tracks, the 3-disc (plus LP) box set, and of course the Julien Temple film, “The Liberty of Norton Folgate.” 

If you weren't able to catch our July 4 watch party of the Temple film, you can catch it on YouTube: https://youtu.be/dwNcwGo8gak

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Stateside Madness podcast, episode 23: “The Liberty of Norton Folgate” Part One

Stateside Madness podcast, episode 23: “The Liberty of Norton Folgate” Part One

June 26, 2021

In 2009, Madness released their concept album, “The Liberty of Norton Folgate,” which to many fans became the band's magnum opus. In this first of two episodes, Laurie & Poly do a track-by-track deep dive into this most epic of albums. Be sure to listen to the end for info on an upcoming July 4 watch party of the Julien Temple documentary film, and don't forget to check out our companion article, The SSM Glossary of Norton Folgate.

Stateside Madness podcast, episode 22: Behind the Curtain with Steve Martin

Stateside Madness podcast, episode 22: Behind the Curtain with Steve Martin

June 12, 2021

This week, longtime Madness tour manager Steve Martin chats with Stateside Madness about what it's like touring with the band, "The Get Up!" live stream event, the upcoming American tour, and other tidbits that you won't hear anywhere else: Which band member was the driving creative force behind "The Get Up"? What do Lee and Mike like to eat after their shows? For all this and more, be sure to listen to Episode #22!

Stateside Madness podcast, episode 21: The Fans Speak II

Stateside Madness podcast, episode 21: The Fans Speak II

May 29, 2021

What's it like being a Madness fan in the USA? Once again, we've invited four American Madness fans—both long-time fans and one more recent convert—to join us and share their fan experiences and their love of That Nutty Sound. They have some great memories and fun stories to tell. Join us for a memorable fan-driven episode!

Stateside Madness podcast, episode 20: “The Dangermen Sessions, Vol. 1”

Stateside Madness podcast, episode 20: “The Dangermen Sessions, Vol. 1”

May 16, 2021

In 2004, the seven members of Madness assumed alternate identities and became the Dangermen. The following year, they released an album of ska and reggae covers known as “The Dangermen Sessions, Vol. 1.” Join us this week as we do a deep dive into the album tracks and learn some of the history behind these iconic songs.

Stateside Madness podcast, episode 19: The Ian Dury episode

Stateside Madness podcast, episode 19: The Ian Dury episode

May 2, 2021

This week on the Stateside Madness podcast, Laurie & Poly discuss the late songwriter and performer Ian Dury. We'll examine Dury's life and the controversies surrounding his music, and we will explore how his music influenced seven young lads from Camden Town. This is a special episode that you won't want to miss, with Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll!

Stateside Madness podcast, episode 18: The Mike Barson episode

Stateside Madness podcast, episode 18: The Mike Barson episode

April 17, 2021

This episode is dedicated to Mike Barson: pianist, keyboardist, songwriter, and the driving force behind the band. Join Laurie & Poly as we discuss Monsieur Barso's career as a musician and songwriter and count down our favorite songs penned by Mr. B.

Stateside Madness podcast, episode 17: Madstock (1992)

Stateside Madness podcast, episode 17: Madstock (1992)

April 4, 2021

An earthquake is erupting... in Finsbury Park! Join Laurie & Poly as we discuss this seminal moment in Madness history: Madstock, August 8 and 9, 1992. This episode includes background information about how this band reunion came about, and we will listen to some of the music recorded during the show. 

Stateside Madness podcast, episode 16: The Hector Walker interview

Stateside Madness podcast, episode 16: The Hector Walker interview

March 20, 2021

Hector Walker, cousin of Madness lead singer Suggs, worked for the band from 1981-86. In this interview, he shares his fond memories of time spent touring with the band. What prop did a band member steal from a Holland TV studio? Which band member overslept and got left behind in a New York hotel? For the answers to these questions and more, be sure to give this episode a listen. 

Stateside Madness podcast, episode 15: The Chris Foreman interview

Stateside Madness podcast, episode 15: The Chris Foreman interview

March 6, 2021

Madness guitarist and songwriter Chris “Chrissy Boy” Foreman drops by the Stateside Madness studio to discuss the new American compilation album “Our House,” how “SHOWTIME!” came to be, what's next for the band, and his love for Van Halen. This #SSM exclusive interview is not to be missed!

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