The Cavern Club Podcast

The Cavern Podcast Launches

The Cavern Club, legendary birthplace of British pop music and home to iconic performances by The Beatles, has announced the debut of its music podcast series, "The Cavern Podcast."

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In Liverpool, UK on February 8th, 2024 – The Cavern Club, legendary birthplace of British pop music and home to iconic performances by The Beatles, proudly announced the debut of its music podcast series, “The Cavern Podcast.” The inaugural series subtitled “Cavern Conversations with…,” which premiered on 31st January, promises a captivating lineup of esteemed guests from the realms of Hollywood, music, sports, and politics.

Hosted by Cavern director Jon Keats, each episode offers listeners an intimate glimpse into the lives, careers, and deep connections to The Cavern Club and Liverpool of some influential figures. From Hollywood actor and musician Billy Bob Thornton to Beatles insider May Pang, series one features engaging discussions that delve into personal anecdotes, musical influences, the highs and lows and cherished memories.

Jon Keats said “The Cavern Podcast’s first series offers something for everyone. With guests spanning diverse disciplines, industries, and eras, listeners are treated to a treasure trove of stories and insights in a laid-back conversational setting.”

As the historic venue that witnessed The Beatles’ rise to fame, The Cavern Club continues to host top-tier musical talent, including recent performances by Paolo Nutini, The Libertines, Gabriels, and The DMAs. Notable moments like Adele’s “21” album launch and Paul McCartney’s triumphant return in 2018 underscore the club’s enduring legacy in the music industry.

Jon Keats adds “The Cavern Podcast celebrates the ties between The Cavern Club, Liverpool, and its global community. Listeners will be surprised by the unexpected connections shared by guests like Billy Bob Thornton and Glen Matlock, making each episode a captivating journey of discovery.”

Reflecting on the recording process, Keats recalls amusing moments like Sex Pistols’ Glen Matlock offering unconventional advice on boiler repair, adding to the podcast’s charm and spontaneity.

“The recording journey was filled with memorable moments,” says Keats. “From unexpected encounters with iconic figures to offbeat anecdotes, each episode captures the essence of The Cavern’s spirit that has been present for nearly 70 years and continues today.”

Listeners can tune in to “The Cavern Podcast: Cavern Conversations with…” on Spotify and all other major platforms, or visit https://www.cavernclub.com/the-cavern-podcast/

New episodes are released every Wednesday, inviting audiences to join the conversation on Instagram and X @CavernLiverpool using #TheCavernPodcast.

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