Goodnight Sweet Prince

We celebrate the electric word life with his music. Prince is remembered through stories from Neko Case, Missy Elliott, Laura Jane Grace, Stevie Van Zandt, The Darcys and Carole Pope. Also, our producer Darby Wheeler visits to break down his doc project, Hip-Hop Evolution.

Josh Homme, Dean Fertita and Matt Helders

Iggy Pop’s monstrous backing band, also known as Queens of the Stone Age and Arctic Monkeys, visit the House of Strombo to celebrate the life of their frontman, discuss their other projects and reflect on the recent loss of rock icons.

The Dandy Warhols

The Dandy Warhols transform the House of Strombo into Distortland, their aptly titled tenth album, to perform a few cuts including “Bohemian Like You” and an Eddy Grant classic.

The Cult

The Cult visit the House of Strombo for an insanely intimate and sweaty session, performing a set of new tunes and classics. Ian Astbury and Billy Duffy explore their legacy, the modern rock landscape, Kanye West, David Bowie and more in conversation.

Chilly Gonzales and Richard Linklater

Chilly Gonzales brings his musical masterclass to the House of Strombo. Director Richard Linklater celebrates his latest film and spiritual sequel to Dazed And Confused, the Van Halen-testifying: Everybody Wants Some!!


VOIVOD, the Canadian Gods of Metal, drop by the House of Strombo for a thorough celebration of life.

Julia Holter

Julia Holter wrote one of the greatest albums of this past year, Have You In My Wilderness. She performs several cuts off that record and a Dionne Warwick cover. Also, George remembers the life and music of the fifth Beatle, Sir George Martin. 

Bonnie Raitt

The legendary blues guitarist Bonnie Raitt digs in deep with George to celebrate her album, Dig In Deep. She’ll discuss her storied career, the US Election and that unreleased album with Prince.

Best of The Strombo Show: Jazz Cartier & Stevie Van Zandt

Jazz Cartier celebrates his latest mixtape Hotel Paranoia with an exclusive Strombo Session, which includes hip-hop royalty like Maestro Fresh Wes in the audience. Also, Stevie Van Zandt sits down with George before The E Street Band’s sold-out performance at the Air Canada Centre.