The explosive rock and roll true crime podcast Disgraceland announced its first ever live shows at the Sinclair in Cambridge, MA on May 10 and at The Gothic Theatre in Denver, CO on May 25. The show will also make its first festival appearance at Comedy Central’s Clusterfest in San Francisco which takes place on June 21-23. Tickets for the Boston and Denver shows are on sale now and can be found on the Disgraceland website.
“Bringing Disgraceland to the stage has always been the plan,” explains host Jake Brennan. “I’m looking forward to bringing unreleased stories to fans in person before they hit their feeds. Listeners will get a first look at my Rolling Stones story in Boston and Denver, where Stones will be in town performing down the street. Hopefully Mick comes by for a pint.”
Recently, Disgraceland announced a partnership with iHeartMedia, the No. 1 commercial podcast publisher globally with over 20,000 podcasts on its platform. Season 3 will feature 10 episodes and will debut everywhere March 14 with part one of a two-part episode on Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love, part two will follow on March 19. Subsequent new episodes will be released bi-weekly on Tuesdays beginning March 26 with an episode on Snoop Dogg. In addition, “Disgraceland” will debut the Season 3 premiere first on iHeartMedia broadcast radio stations across the U.S. on March 13 before it’s available digitally on March 14. Fans can check out the official trailer for “Disgraceland” Season 3 now here.
“I can’t wait for ‘Disgraceland’ listeners to hear Season 3,” said Host and Creator Jake Brennan. “They can expect more of the same highly entertaining stories from the seedy underbelly of rock and roll past and present, but with a whole new cast of characters: Kurt and Courtney, Ike and Tina, Johnny Cash and Amy Winehouse to name a few. More death, self-destruction, scandal, amazing music and pre-set mellotron loops.”
Last year, Variety named “Disgraceland” “One of the 10 Best Music Podcasts” and called it the “rock ‘n’ roll version of the Peabody Award-winning Serial,” while Thrillist named it “One of the Best New Podcasts of 2018” and said, “Brennan’s voice is soothing and articulate, and he delivers nuggets of lesser-known information with the confidence and clarity of a creator who clearly loves what he’s doing.”
5/10: Cambridge, MA – Sinclair
5/25: Denver, CO – Gothic Theatre
6/21-23: San Francisco, CA – Clusterfest
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