John Roderick

John Roderick is the singer of the Long Winters. He has a podcast called Roderick on the Line.

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John Roderick (the Long Winters) Talks the Criteria for a Good Christmas Song

By John Roderick | December 8, 2015

John Roderick (the Long Winters) Talks the Criteria for a Good Christmas Song

He also shares some of his favorite carols (that don't suck), written by good songwriters with either a sense of humor or a bottomless well of sorrow.

John Roderick (the Long Winters) Talks Christmas Music

By John Roderick | December 20, 2014

John Roderick (the Long Winters) Talks Christmas Music

(Not actually) hitting it rich with a holiday album, obsessive record collectors and the truth about what Christmas music is really for.

John Roderick (the Long Winters) Talks Eels’ The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett

By John Roderick | April 24, 2014

John Roderick (the Long Winters) Talks Eels’ The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett

I listened to the new Eels album The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett and felt weary. I looked up the Eels on the internet, and...

John Roderick Talks the 2014 Grammy Awards

By John Roderick | January 24, 2014

John Roderick Talks the 2014 Grammy Awards

On January 26th, 2014, Long Winters frontman John Roderick live-tweeted the 2014 Grammy Awards for the Talkhouse. Some notables that year...

John Roderick (the Long Winters) Talks Kelly Clarkson’s Wrapped in Red

By John Roderick | December 5, 2013

John Roderick (the Long Winters) Talks Kelly Clarkson’s Wrapped in Red

There’s no longer a monolithic mass culture in America. The old “melting pot” where Americans tried to blend together into a soup has been replaced...

John Roderick (the Long Winters) Talks Michael Bublé’s To Be Loved

By John Roderick | May 3, 2013

John Roderick (the Long Winters) Talks Michael Bublé’s To Be Loved

I thought it’d be fun to review the new Michael Bublé album because I assumed most of it would be tepid pseudo-jazz and I wanted to test my ability...