A Wizard, A True Star: Todd Rundgren Visits Rhino Podcast for Extended Chat

Todd Rundgren in the studio, 1974
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Hello, it's him: Todd Rundgren joins the Rhino Podcast this week for the first of two episodes discussing his legendary and unpredictable career.

As a singer, songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist, Rundgren has recorded immortal tracks like "Hello It's Me," "I Saw the Light," "Couldn't I Just Tell You" and "Bang on the Drum All Day" on his own, and has produced equally iconic works for artists like Daryl Hall & John Oates, Grand Funk Railroad, Meat Loaf, XTC, Badfinger and others.

Known for breaking boundaries as a performer, Rundgren's latest project is a perfect synthesis of his own technological pursuits and the strange, socially-distant times we live in. The Clearly Human tour, a series of 25 virtual concerts, kicks off Feb. 14 and continues through March.

Check it out wherever you get podcasts!

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