+1 for Hardcore History. The episodes are very long, so it pairs well with road trips.I only listen to one podcast that isn't true crime.
Hardcore History (Dan Carlin does deep dives on all sorts of historical subjects; WWI, the Achaemenid Persian Empire, the 16th century Anabaptist rebellion in Muenster, and it's all fascinating)
Last Podcast on the Left (serial killers, alien abductions, and everything in between; equal parts hilarious and vulgar)
My Favorite Murder (from small town murders to infamous serial killers, also hilarious, also vulgar)
Small Town Dicks (hosted by Yeardley Smith (the voice of Lisa Simpson) and two anonymous police detectives who discuss their past cases, while bringing other detectives and law enforcement professionals on to do the same)
Atlanta Monster (goes over the Atlanta Child Murders of 1979-1981 and the convicted murderer suspected of the crimes who was never charged in the case)
Confronting: OJ Simpson (Ron Goldman's sister, Kim, discusses the unimaginable grief of having a brother murdered, the trial, and the lifelong burden that comes from it all)
Thank you, Dave. I'm just a guy that tries to get the backstory on great drummers. I've been blessed to have some of the best in the business talk to me about their lives and their playing. It's a fun hobby that keeps me out of trouble.Our own Speedy has one called The Drum Shuffle...
Jamie has become quite the interviewer....
Was going to recommend this...It's really good, I think he was going to do some on rock and roll as well.David Allen Coe's son does one called Cocaine and Rhinestones about country music performers and related,incredibly well researched,with transcpripts also.