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Disgraceland Season 1 Trailer

DISGRACELAND is a new true crime podcast about musicians getting away with murder and behaving very badly. Jerry Lee Lewis’ 5th wife? Dead. Sam Cooke 3AM in a seedy motel? Dead. Sid and …

Jerry Lee Lewis: The Killer and Getting Away With Murder

The night before, Jerry Lee Lewis’ 5th wife died, she made a phone call to her Mom. She told her that she was thinking of leaving the rock and roll …

Sid Vicious: Love Kills... Even a Mother's Love?

It’s long been believed that punk rock icon, Sid Vicious died of a heroin overdose. However, new evidence suggests that his overly affectionate and increasingly dependent mum gave him a …

Sam Cooke: An Insatiable Libido and a Justifiable Homicide

Sam Cooke was a lot of things: soul superstar, civil rights champion, whip smart entrepreneur but he was also a serial womanizer with an unbridled …

Norwegian Black Metal: Satanic Rebellion, Murder and Worse

Never has there been a more extreme form of musical rebellion than Norwegian Black Metal. The genre’s founding band, Mayhem, its sister act, Burzum and supporting cast of musicians with …

Van Morrison: Astral Weeks, Movement and Murder

In 1968 Van Morrison was hiding out from the New York City Mafia in Boston, Massachusetts. Recently the victim of a physical attack from a Genovese crime family member, Morrison was …

Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes: Hit Me Again and I'll Burn Your House Down

TLC’s Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes was known as “the crazy one”. She did, after all, burn down her NFL playing boyfriend, Andre Rison’s mansion. But given the fact that it was done after what was …

The Rolling Stones: Sleeping With the First Lady and Trafficking Heroin

In the 1970s, the world regarded The Rolling Stones as an insular band of hedonistic and glamorous pansexual junkies. But all of the trouble they’d …

Tay-K: A Nationwide Manhunt and Art Imitating Life

The Arlington, Texas rapper was involved in two killings by the time he was 17. Arrested on murder charges and placed under house arrest until …

Bob Marley: Rasta Vigilante

Bob Marley is known as the peace and love reggae superstar but the truth of who he really was is a bit more complicated. After gunmen raided his …

Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G.: The Media Did It

Who killed Tupac? Who killed Biggie? The answer has been right there out in the open for years. This episode looks at the lives and deaths of both rap superstars, the east coast/west coast …

Michael Alig: If a Club Kid Kills, Stuffs the Body in a Box and Tells The World About It Will Anyone Listen?

In March 1996, “King of the Club Kids”, promoter Michael Alig, after appearing on TV’s Geraldo and on the cover of New York Magazine, bashed his friend and DJ, Angel Melendez in the head …

James Brown: Papa's Got A Brand New Bag... Of Meth.

What happens when the hardest working man in show business takes a break? Idle hands are indeed the devil’s workshop. This episode will detail James Brown’s scorching career as well as the …

John Lennon (Part 1): "John Lennon, I'm going to kill you, you phony bastard."

John Lennon was a walking contradiction: a violent pacifist and a creative genius marred by creative inconsistency. He was gunned down just as he was …

John Lennon (Part 2): “The phony must die, said the catcher in the rye”

John Lennon was a walking contradiction: a violent pacifist and a creative genius marred by creative inconsistency. He was gunned down just as he was …

Motley Crue: Sex, Drugs And Holy Sh*t, How Are These Dudes Still Alive?

Motley Crue frontman, Vince Neil totaled his Ford Pantera on a beer run and took the life of his friend Razzle Dingley, drummer for Hanoi Rocks in the process. Bassist, Nikki Sixx survived …

Frank Sinatra: Frankie Is the Reason... That the Presidents Dead

Frank Sinatra had it all. Then lost it all. Then got it all back tenfold. He was a man of extreme talent, confidence and insecurity. And he had …

Johnny Paycheck: Pardon Me, I've Got Someone to Kill

Lots of country music stars wear the black hat but none of them wore it with more authenticity than Johnny Paycheck. Johnny Cash may have bragged about shooting a man “just to watch him …

Brian Jones: To Be On Your Own Like A Sinking Stone

Brian Jones invented “The World’s Greatest Rock ‘N Roll Band”, The Rolling Stones but would find himself kicked out of that band just a few years …

GG Allin: Live Fast, Die

GG Allin, the notorious transgressive punk rocker pushed the limits further than anyone before or after him. For GG, there were no limits. No laws. He lived and performed well outside the …

Marvin Gaye: Father, Father There’s Too Many of Us Dying

Marvin Gaye was born into a God-fearing home to a sweet, wholesome mother and crossdressing, philandering, pentecostal preacher who ruled his …

Keith Moon: Rockstar Excess and a Dead Chauffeur

Keith Moon of the Who was the prototype for rock drummers. Both onstage and off. His drumming was wholly unique. Like his bandmates behavior, it was …

Big Lurch: Hip Hop Cannibal

Big Lurch, didn’t just rap about standard hip-hop culture; he rapped about serial killers like Jeffrey Dahmer and horror movie villains like Jason …

Rick James: Superfreak, an Understatement

Rick James may have been born into a life of crime but he was determined to make his way in life through music. He intimidated George Clinton, inspired Prince and more than likely saved Jim …

Spade Cooley: Jealousy, Torture, Murder

Spade Cooley was one of the Postwar America’s biggest celebrities and most talented musicians. He was also a violent, drunk and homicidal psychopath …

Disgraceland Season 3 Trailer

Kurt Cobain - dead. Courtney Love - insane. Snoop Dogg - acquitted. Ike Turner - abusive, addicted, imprisoned, overdosed, and, quite possibly, the …

Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love 1: No Direction Home

Kurt Cobain is a celebrated and defiant icon of Generation X. His wife, Courtney Love was once the most hated woman in America. Courtney like Kurt, …

Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love 2: Suicide Samurai

Grunge, grief, the Grateful Dead and a “teenage whore.” Part 2 of the Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love story picks up with Courtney’s ascent and the …

Snoop Doggy Dogg: Murder Was The Case

Snoop Dogg, aka Calvin Broadus has worn many hats. Inmate, pimp, Martha Stewart’s BFF: But in 1994, Snoop was the biggest name in hip hop yet his career was about to be derailed just as it …

Ike and Tina Turner: The Inventor and Queen of Rock ‘N’ Roll

Ike Turner very well may have invented rock ‘n’ roll and his wife, Tina Turner, one of the most electrifying entertainers to ever take the stage may …

Grateful Dead: Freedom is just another word for…

The Grateful Dead became one of the most influential bands of all time and propelled themselves with improvisation, LSD and an ethos of “freedom”. …

XXXTentacion: Mellow Beats and Ultra Violence

XXXTentacion was one of Generation Z’s most talented hip hop stars but his ascent was marked by violence and drama; beatdowns, beefs (what’s up, …

Amy Winehouse: Rehab, the Muse and a Rare Talent

Rehab, arrests, fights, hitting on Prince Harry, dramatic stage breakdowns, slagging off the press, Amy Winehouse was a rockstar’s rockstar and she was also one of the greatest musical …

After Party 1 (Mini Episode)

Amy Winehouse and XXXTentacion news. Live show preview. Johnny Cash preview. Brian Jones lookback.

Disgraceland After Party is a bi-weekly mini-spinoff show that looks at Disgraceland …

Johnny Cash: Pills, More Pills and Playing With Fire

Johnny Cash took no shit. Was a total original. Could maneuver that big baritone around a ballad or a rave up like nobody’s business. He also burned …

Elton John interviewed by Jake Brennan for Icons

Jake sits down with Elton John to discuss his new film, Rocketman for the pilot episode of iHeartRadio's new podcast, Icons: Intimate, incredible conversations with the most famous creators …

After Party 2 (Mini Episode)

How the Elton John Interview Happened, Courtney Love, Cardi B, Slick Rick, Big Lurch and More. 

Disgraceland After Party is a bi-weekly mini-spinoff show that looks at Disgraceland episodes, …

Slick Rick: Hustle, Iconic Flow and a Menacing Tormentor

Slick Rick has one of the most iconic voices in hip hip history. His style is completely his own and his success owes as much to his delivery as it does to his hustle. Slick Rick worked …

After Party 3 (Mini Episode)

Tommy Lee and Courtney Love Beef, Guns ‘N Roses Deleted Scene, Varg Vikernes Gets Booted and More. 

Disgraceland After Party is a bi-weekly mini-spinoff show that looks at Disgraceland …

Jim Morrison: Zodiac Killer Qu'est-ce Que C'est

This is a bonus episode of Disgraceland that is satire and not true crime. Originally released on April 1, 2019 as an April Fools joke, this episode …

After Party 4 (Mini Episode)

Jim Morrison, More Amy Winehouse and more Cardi B, Fleabag, Friends and More.

Disgraceland After Party is a bi-weekly mini-spinoff show that looks at Disgraceland episodes, news surrounding …

Cardi B: Bondage, Beatdowns and Big Ass Beats

Cardi B is one of the biggest artists on the planet and one of the most successful female hip hop artists of all time. She is accused of two counts …

After Party 5 (Mini Episode)

Marilyn Monroe, More Cardi B, The Rolling Stones in exile, the Grateful Dead and more.

Disgraceland After Party is a bi-weekly mini-spinoff show that …

The Rolling Stones: Fugitives in Exile

Gun fights, heroin trafficking, burglaries, kidnapping threats, intra-band infidelity and the greatest rock ‘n’ roll record ever made, Exile on Main …

After Party 6 (Mini Episode)

After Party 6 (Mini Episode): Quentin Tarantino, Cardi B as Robert De Niro, Disgraceland Season 4 and more.

Disgraceland After Party is a bi-weekly mini-spinoff show that looks at …

N.W.A (Part 1): Street Hustle, Reality Rap and Culture Shifting Violence

N.W.A, the self proclaimed, “most dangerous group in America” were seen as violent, thuggish, profanity spewing criminals but they had nothing on …

N.W.A (Part 2): Beatdowns, Band Beef, Death Row and LA on Fire

Part two of the N.W.A story finds the group dead center in America’s crosshairs due in part to their own violent behavior and at a crossroads …

Led Zeppelin: Dark Power, Cocaine, Backstage Brawls and Heavy Metal Magick

Led Zeppelin were the biggest band on the planet. The great white shark of the seventies. They defined excess. The designed the avatar for the heavy metal rock star; themselves. Along the …

Motown Records: Pimps, Prostitutes, the Detroit Mafia and the Sound of Teenage America

Motown Records is one of the most successful musical industry endeavors or all time. The music and the megastars Motown produced; Smokey Robinson, …

Iggy Pop: Mad Artistry, Mental Wards, and Gaping Chest Wounds

Iggy Pop pushed rock further than anyone before him, committing to live acts of sex, sickness, and rumored suicide on stage. From his cocaine fueled bromance with David Bowie, to his search …

Madonna: Music as Sex and Sex as Power in the Reign of the Queen of Pop

Madonna always knew her life would be art. She rose through the late 70s New York scene reinventing pop iconography and feminism alike. But whether …

Big Lurch: Hip Hop Cannibal (special Halloween re-release)

Big Lurch, didn’t just rap about standard hip-hop culture; he rapped about serial killers like Jeffrey Dahmer and horror movie villains like Jason …

Eminem: Taking His Shot, Pulling a Glock, and Facing the Real Slim Shady

On a single Saturday in 2000, Marshall Mathers assaulted two separate men with a pistol and fought with his wife outside a nightclub, resulting in …

Whitney Houston: Cracks in the Mirror, Crack on the Mirror, and One Fateful Choice

Whitney Houston was The Voice. A stunning beauty. An early MTV star and leading actress. But when she passed away in a hotel suite bath, the music industry gala downstairs that she was …

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