Frontman Jacoby Shaddix talks Ozzy, F-150s and one massive hit.
The story behind one of the first MTV breakthroughs.
Amazing music trivia, compiled just for you. Bonus: the 2014 Oral Hit-story Spotify playlist!
Pretty fitting on the eve of New Year’s Eve, no?
The G-funk legend explains the song… with Now and Laters.
Adam Duritz on the band’s new album—and the birth of a winter classic.
Chuck D deconstructs the unofficial soundtrack of Do The Right Thing.
Ed Kowalczyk talks about the darkhorse hit that turned 20 this year.
Frontman Kevin Griffin on the song that made them famous nearly 20 years ago.
Some 14 years later, it still charts. Frontman Brendan B. Brown explains.
Thirteen years and 40 million YouTube views later, we get the backstory.
Matt Sharp on the hit, Maya Rudolph and one clairvoyant Czech supermodel.
Here’s the story behind the song that, 25 years ago, made him a household name.
We tracked down Louise Post and Nina Gordon to discuss Veruca Salt’s reunion and the story behind “Volcano Girls.”
Nearly two decades after the single sold 6 million records, we go behind the music.
The plaintive track blew up the airwaves in 1994. Made Man tracked down the songwriter, who now lives in Wisconsin, to ask about his biggest hit.
Lead singer, rhythm guitarist and primary songwriter Glen Phillips spills all the secrets about the band’s first and biggest hit…
Sponge frontman Vinnie Dombroski tells you everything you ever wanted to know about the song.
With refreshing honesty and delicious angst, Mike Doughty tells the story behind his band’s ’98 hit.
Welcome to Oral Hit-story, a new Made Man series where we interview songwriters and bands about the tunes that made them famous. We begin with one of the biggest hits of the mid-’90s…