Season 5 Features Episodes on Jay-Z, Guns N’ Roses, Nipsey Hussle and More
The explosive music and true crime podcast Disgraceland continues its 5th season with a new episode on Ozzy Osbourne. The episode will be distributed through the iHeartPodcast Network and can be heard now on the iHeartRadio app and wherever podcasts are available.
Listen to Disgraceland on Ozzy Osbourne: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/268-disgraceland-28939183/
Last month, it was announced that Aaron Kaplan’s Kapital Entertainment has acquired the rights to Disgraceland for a TV series written by Nashville executive producer Callie Khouri, producer Michael Lohmann and Jake Brennan, with T Bone Burnett overseeing music.
Season 5 of Disgraceland follows a string of accolades for the podcast including the “Best Music Podcast” award at the 2020 iHeartRadio Podcast Awards in January and Apple Podcasts coveted “Best Of” 2019 and 2018 year-end lists. In January, Brennan expanded the Disgraceland universe with the launch of “27 Club,” a serialized podcast that focuses on one artist across 12 episodes. Season 1, analyzes the life and death of one of the greatest guitarists of all time: Jimi Hendrix. “27 Club” was named one of “The Best New Podcasts of 2020 So Far” by Marie Clarie. Forbes said, “It makes for an engrossing tale as we’ve come to expect from Jake Brennan, and I expect things to get pretty deep with 12 episodes to work with.”
Late last year, Brennan released his debut book, Disgraceland: Musicians Getting Away With Murder And Behaving Very Badly, with Forbes calling it “a real page-turner” and exclaim! deeming it one of “The Best Music Books of 2019.” Publisher’s Weekly said the book, “…is sure to fascinate music fans and true crime lovers.”
Brennan and his business partner Brady Sadler recently launched Double Elvis Productions, a new audio-driven media company, alongside the announcement of a slate of four new podcasts coming to the iHeartPodcast Network in 2020. The first two of these podcasts, “Dear Young Rocker” and “Citizen Critic,” can now be heard on iHeartRadio and everywhere podcasts are available.