The Short Fuse Podcast

S3 E3: A Birthday Show, Recorded Before 2020 Really Sucked

Episode Summary

No matter where our lives were at just nine months ago, most of us are now longing for the pre-pandemic days to some degree. Jump into this week's jukebox of an episode for a trip back in time.

Episode Notes

This week, Deanna profiles seven famous singers who all have something to do with January 10 and 24. Five of them share the palindrome birthday with our host, who happened to celebrate her 24th with a lovely party just in time before the virus hit. The other two featured artists hit their stride and released masterpiece albums at the ripe old age of 24. Having been inspired by the aforementioned festivities, this episode was also recorded before the advent of the pandemic. After almost six months of living in varying states of quarantine, now feels like a good time to release a deep dive into nostalgic hits from the latter half of the 20th Century. Their number ones and stories to fame may surprise you! See below for links to the music mentioned in today's episode:

Maggie May by Rod Stewart 

You Don't Mess Around With Jim by Jim Croce

Business Time by Flight of the Conchords

Hit Me With Your Best Shot by Pat Benatar

What a Difference a Day Makes by Frank Sinatra Jr.

Thriller (Thriller, 1982) by Michael Jackson

Subterranean Homesick Blues (Bringing It All Back Home, 1965) by Bob Dylan