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The day the '80s died: Martha Quinn and our best New Year's Eve podcast ever



martha.jpgThere's very little in this world that the late, great Dick Clark couldn't make better. American music. New Year's eves. But what if added the sheer magic of Martha Quinn? The MTV pixie joined us for a podcast back in 2009 and sprinkled fairy dust all over our "Say Goodbye to the '80s New Year's Eve" podcast.

Like so many of the shows we do, it's just as valid today as it was 3 years ago. Or 30 years ago. Find out what Martha was up to on Dec. 31, 1989, and listen to the sad, mopey stories of Spearsy and Daly as they planned for a world without John Hughes, hairspray and music television. It remains, by far, one of my top 3 episodes of all time.

Click here to listen to the show. Or click here (or this RSS feed) to get all our shows, still on iTunes, and now with two new shows featuring co-host "Brad from LA." And maybe, if you play your cards right, we'll have a New Year's present for you in the podcast tree tomorrow.

[Last modified: Monday, December 31, 2012 7:41am]


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