We’re happy to welcome Osiris’s first classic rock podcast, Rock N Roll Archaeology, to the network. The podcast—part history, part documentary, all music—brings a unique perspective on classic rock to our listeners.

Rock N Roll Archaeology is an episodic overview of the history of rock music. The show is carefully researched, fully scripted and highly produced, with music, storytelling, commentary and more. Recent episodes include a look at the San Francisco music scene of 1967, the Beatles’ 1966 tour, Otis Redding, Jimi Hendrix and lots more. Rock N Roll Archaeology was the #1 music podcast on iTunes in 2018.

“Rock N Roll Archaeology is a great example of what a podcast can achieve, in terms of production value, research and storytelling,” said RJ Bee, CEO of Osiris. “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.”

You can listen to all episodes of Rock N Roll Archaeology and subscribe here.

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