Osiris Podcast Network Adds ‘Rock N Roll Archaeology’
The Osiris family of music podcasts has expanded its network with their first-ever classic rock-focused offering, Rock N Roll Archaeology, billed as “part history, part documentary, all music.
The podcast—already a successful entity before joining up with Osiris, earning the title of number one music podcast in iTunes in 2018—give an overview of the history of rock music with storytelling, commentary, music and more. Examples of podcast topics include the San Francisco music scene in 1967, The Beatles’ 1966 tour, more general takes on artists like Otis Redding and Jimi Hendrix, and more.
“Rock N Roll Archaeology is a great example of what a podcast can achieve, in terms of production value, research and storytelling,” says Osiris CEO and co-founder RJ Bee. “Classic rock is a cornerstone of American music, and we’re excited to expand into new genres that our listeners care about, while focusing on content that delights and informs.”