This week we discussed being visited by aliens and to save us from the probes, we must each give them 5 albums to explain Rock & Roll... Do we get out of this pain free? We'll have our usual rock talk and, for the first time, we'll be playing our new game "Yank It or Crank It"!
In this episode, we talk about the 10 most expensive albums ever made, as reported by Teamrock.com. We give our thoughts on each album and discuss some facts that we discovered.
What's that smell? It's another episode of Rockpourri to tickle your senses. We're back after a week of vacations, work, and concerts. Hear Dennis talk about a show he attended and his thoughts on the behavior of the singer for the headliner. Sit back and enjoy.
With the recent onslaught of celebrities and their social media faux pas, we decided to discuss the celebrities who do well with social media and those who don't.
Bill's dad, Rick, joins us this week for short episode where we kind of continue the "under the influence" discussion from a few weeks back.
In this episode we talk about a few bands experiencing lineup changes and what affect those changes (good and bad) had on bands.
We have a guest on Episode 027 and Allen thought it would be cool to record a promo with him.
We tackle three short topics on this episode along with the usual news and gossip. As an added bonus, Dennis goes on a rant about Gene Simmons.
In this week's episode we discuss how our musical tastes influenced our kids. This episode includes a short visit from Allen's son, Ian. We also talk about how our parents musical tastes influenced us.
PLEASE NOTE: During the first 15 minutes of the show, you'll hear echoes from both Dennis and Bill's microphones. This was caused by the use of Allen's internal speakers and microphone. He apologizes for this minor annoyance.
In this episode, we conclude our discussion about the Hottest Band in the World. We spend some time breaking down the albums from MTV Unplugged through Monster. Sit back and enjoy!
This week we talk about the bands who had the goods but didn't quite hit the point where they were major headliners.
In this episode, we continue discussing the Hottest Band in the World. We spend some time breaking down the albums from the Lick It Up through Alive III. Sit back and enjoy!
Leather, chains, whips and feathers. Now that we have you attention, this episode is about Guilty Pleasures...musically that is. However, you may hear some moaning, groaning and screams! Hope you enjoy it I know we did.
In this episode, we continue discussing the Hottest Band in the World. We spend some time breaking down the albums from the 1978 Solo Albums through Creatures of the Night. Sit back and enjoy!
In this week's episode, with our guest Billy Hardaway, we (briefly) discuss whether Grunge killed Hair Metal or if it killed itself. That discussion quickly turned into a fun session of talking about all kinds of music related stuff.
It's taken us 18 episodes but it's time for a full show discussing the Hottest Band in the World. We spend some time breaking down the albums from KISS through Alive II. Sit back and enjoy!
This week Amy Dingman joins us to talk about our picks to make the best Supergroup along with some off topic rock chat.
This week we discuss the 2016 nominees and and inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and why we think it's a farce.
This week we discuss some of our favorite covers as well as covers we don't like!
This week we discuss several random topics, thus the show title, Rockpourri!
Join us as we have a discussion with KISS Army co-founder Bill Starkey about his experiences as a fan being pulled into the world of the KISS machine as they were starting to rise to stardom. He also talks a little about his disenchantment with how some things in the KISS Army were handled and how the Scooby Doo/KISS video brought a new wave of "celebrity status" to him with his students.
In this episode we talk with Leigh Westee, aka The Goddess Of Thunder, about her experiences in the first female KISS tribute band, learning to play bass, meeting KISS, and being in other tribute bands. We also talk about some of her other hobbies and interests.
In this episode we talk to Indiana's own Joe Joe Weekend! He's been in bands such as Why On Earth, The Godz, Stonewall Weekend, The LaBeatos and more. Joe Joe talks about the stories that we all wish we could have lived. Sit back and enjoy a trip to the long haired 80s!
In this episode, we conduct our first ever interview and we turn the tables on podcast host and music journalist Mitch Lafon. Let's see how he does when we ask HIM the questions!