My Rock Moment

Was it being front row at a Bowie concert as a kid? Was it meeting Van Halen at a record store album signing? Or was it the first time that your band got to play The Whisky A Go Go? My Rock Moment celebrates rock music from the 60s, 70s and 80s with interviews from those that lived it and keep the music alive today!  Host Amanda Morck is a native Angeleno, long-time resident of Sunset Strip, and an adjunct instructor of California rock history. She interviews Rock Hall of Fame musicians, Grammy-winning producers, rock journalists, photographers, DJs, managers, authors and award-winning Directors and entertainment personalities about the rock moments they’ll never forget - moments that fostered a deep love of a band, an album or inspired them to pursue a lifelong career as a musician. And you as the listener will be invited along for a trip down rock and roll memory lane. My Rock Moment is a proud member of Pantheon Podcasts, the first of its kind, all music-based podcast network.


episode 3: May Pang and The Lost Weekend: A Love Story

May Pang joins My Rock Moment for a candid interview ahead of the premiere of her documentary, THE LOST WEEKEND: A LOVE STORY, in theaters April 13th.

THE LOST WEEKEND: A LOVE STORY, is May Pang’s story, which is aptly described as “a weekend that lasted 18 months and a love story that took 50 years to tell.”

During their relationship, Lennon reunited with his son Julian and enjoyed his most artistically and commercially productive period post-Beatles—with the albums "Mind Games”, "Walls and Bridges" which included his only #1 Hit Single "Whatever Gets You Through the Night", "Rock and Roll”, and collaboration with Rock legends Elton John, David Bowie, Harry Nilsson, Mick Jagger, and Ringo, among others. Pang chronicles it all revisiting her younger self, as a naïve 22-year-old experiencing her first unforgettable love.

In this episode, May discusses the making of the film and recounts her time as a young woman trying to navigate the trappings of fame, rockstars behaving badly and the marriage that Lennon left behind.

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 April 6, 2023  1h4m