This week, long time listener Cailin Provo joins us as we discuss our top 5 concerts of 2019. We also discuss Bill's album acquisitions this week, Dennis presents a new show segment, and Allen has a mini-rant directed at diehard KISS fans who cannot be satisfied.
Allen caught up with Joe D'Angelo after KISS Kruise IX so Joe could give a recap of Kruisefest. After that, he caught up with Andy Moyen so Andy could give a recap of the Living In Sin at the Holiday Inn event.
This week we talk about an Iron Maiden issued cease and desist order and album acquisitions. Allen recaps his KISS Kruise IX experience. Prior to Allen's recap, Podcast Rock City's Joe Polo and Allen have a brief chat (recorded on the ship) about the cruise from Joe's perspective as a KISS Kruise veteran and Allen's as a KISS Kruise newbie.
This week we have a great interview with Pump5 Frontman Steven Todd Barnett! Straight talk from a guy who has spent his life in music! This is one interview that you don’t want to miss.
Gary Corbett joins us this week to discuss his new website, YouTube discoveries as well as some very rare stories about playing with KISS in the 90’s. Album Acquisitions and a lively discussion about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Nominees start the show!
We were supposed to be interviewing a European band that's currently touring in the US but someone in their PR firm dropped the ball or flaked on us so this week, we're just talking about recent music news as well as upcoming events. Dennis and Bill also discuss their Album Acquisitions.
This week we talk with Chris Tapp and Brian Mullins of The Cold Stares. They talk about their previously released albums, upcoming music, and a surprise endorsement they got on Twitter.
Aaron Camaro from Decibel Geek Podcast takes us on a ride down memory lane. This episode focuses on Songs from a Strip Club. Big thanks to our friends on Facebook for giving us some great tunes to discuss... Hang on, it’s all about Girls, Girls, Girls!!
This week we talk with Greg Troyan of Lipstick Generation about their cover of (and the video for) "Eyes of Love" by Eric Carr. We also talk a little about the recent passing of Eddie Money and Ric Ocasek. We also unveil the new name for Dennis and Bill's vinyl collecting activities.
This week we talk about Styx's 8th studio album, Pieces of Eight, which celebrated an anniversary earlier in the week.
Chris Henderson of 3 Doors Down joins Allen and guest co-host Matt Camp to discuss The Better Life Foundation, supporting the USO, and what’s coming up for 3DD.
We do a movie review. Bill hits the jackpot on some records, Dennis and Allen spend last weekend with Iron Maiden and we have a guest. Kyle Kruger discusses his film “Hair I Go Again.” Lots of rock on this episode.
Bill talks with Michael Sweet about everything from Styper to Sweet/Lynch to Boston and more.
Allen talks briefly with David Ellefson and Thom Haezart about their music project, coffee, and their record label.
Pump5’s Steve Barnett comes all the way fro California to talk to Bill, oh and the other podcasts too.
Allen talks with professional drummer Andre Labelle and members of Roxy Blue and Bill talks to The Loyal Order’s Jeff Buehner.
It’s all about who you know! Donovan White from Vertical Horizon sits down to talk about how he got this gig without an audition before the first live show. Plus his admiration for podcasts runs deep. This hour will fly by!
Peter joins us for a few minutes to give his thoughts about the ROCKNPOD Expo and everyone who attended.
Bill talks with members of the Australian band Kaato.
We did a live podcast while we were there for this week's episode. Along the theme of the movie Yesterday, we each pick a band that we would choose to "be" if the world had never heard of them and talk a little about why we chose them.
Dennis talks to Every Mother’s Nightmare’s Rick Ruhl and Allen talks to Ziggy Goldsby about American Outlaw Guitars.
Allen has a quick discussion with Robert Bentley about being a Gene Simmons impersonator.
Thee Rock & Roll Residency takes over the Ages of Rock Podcast at ROCKNPOD 3.
Japan, Germany, Terre Haute, and the Middle of Nowhere are part of our musical journey this week. Jason Thomas Broderick from JTB’s Groovy Room Records gives us some education on collecting vinyl and Dennis and Bill do some online shopping. Drop the needle, here we go!
The podcast crossover continues this week with Peter Cerere from ILoveItLoud cast. He shares one of his favorite bands, The Darkness. As an added bonus Dennis shares album purchases, Allen tweaks Dennis, and Bill plays a little round of show and tell. So hang on, here we go...