This week is another Podcast Crossover as our friend Steve Wright from Podder Than Hell joins us. After our usual tomfoolery, we discuss Steve's chosen topic, "What three bands would we like to see that we've missed?".
Guitar virtuoso Orianthi is working on a new rock record in Nashville. She takes some time out to talk about the new record as well as her time with Alice Cooper and Michael Jackson. She’s a legend in the making!
This week it's just the three of us talking about random stuff. Bill talks about the latest concert he saw, Dennis discusses his newest vinyl purchases, and Allen talks about the newly announced musical acts on the KISS Kruise.
Anthony joins us on the phone this week to talk about reuniting with the original members of Tora Tora and putting together the “Bastards of Beale” album. Before Anthony calls in, Dennis discusses his trip to see The Who in concert and Allen gives a mini-review of the book "Snakes! Guillotines! Electric Chairs! My Adventures in The Alice Cooper Group" by Dennis Dunaway.
Like Machines is a new band out of the rock scene in Atlanta, GA. The recently released single and video for their single “Kaiser” will definitely hit you right between the eyes. Join us as we chat with bassist Tanner Hendon.
Chris Czynszak joins us this week to talk about the upcoming ROCKNPOD Expo in Nashville. We also talk about the Ace Frehley show from this past Friday.
We invited our fellow podcaster Julian Gill (of KissFAQ.com fame) to come on the show and talk about the book he's going to be selling at the upcoming KISS Expo in Indianapolis. We also ask him about the shows he saw on the first leg of KISS' End of the Road Tour.
Our buddy Joe Polo from Podcast Rock City is in the house! In a rare video appearance, Joe talks about the KISS tour and the latest Vinnie news and damn near coughs up a lung. Never a dull moment on our show! Allen’s friends Craig Wright gives his review of his Nashville KISS Experience at the end of the episode. Allen forgets to do shoutouts again this week.
This week we talk about our Kiss concert experiences from the past week as compared to when we saw them in Louisville on the current tour. Bill also does a quick interview with his dad, who accompanied him to the Jacksonville, Florida show.
This week is the Return of Tod Howarth to talk about the Return of the Comet! He gives us the lowdown the night before their first show. Tune in for this great interview and our usual shenanigans.
This week we talk about a few random topics and answer listener questions.
Robert Richardson of Squib Kick Records joins us this week to talk about his record label and the acts on his roster. We also give our thoughts about Mötley Crüe's "The Dirt" near the end of the episode.
Greg Mangus joins us for this week’s episode. Greg has quite a history in music. Settle in for a great discussion with a great singer.
This week we discuss the recent Metallica and Kiss concerts at the Yum Center in Louisville, Kentucky. We are also joined by Jeff Gerbig, (who attended Metallica with Allen), Bryan Harris, and Phil Shouse (of the Gene Simmons and Ace Frehley Bands), who attended the Kiss show.
This week we talk to Nashville musician Tyson Leslie. We talk bout his current gig, Keyboardist/Road Manager for Vixen, his recent Monsters of Rock Cruise and a whole bunch other music related topics. Also find out the big news that Dennis announces, Allen’s Shoutouts, and all the other shenanigans that you expect every week.
Mitch Lafon joins us this week for his 6th appearance on the show. We discuss the Kiss/Motley Crue/Nikki Sixx "stolen stage show" debate, Van Halen rumors, and getting blocked on Twitter by Gene Simmons. With the recent release of "Bohemian Rhapsody" and the upcoming release of "The Dirt" and Rocketman" Dennis asks us who we'd like to see be the subject of a movie. Kick back and enjoy this freeform discussion.
What do American Idol, Judas Priest, and Quiet Riot have in common? This week’s guest: James Durbin. The Durb takes us on his musical journey with some great stories.
We were able to sit down again with one of the busiest guys in rock... Jeff Pilson. Jeff’s latest project, The End:Machine, with George Lynch, Mick Brown, and Robert Mason is just the tip of the iceberg. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the show!
Tommy comes back to the show to talk a little about his new solo album. He also talks about the current state of the music industry. Tune in to find out if he likes it or not.
Our friend Jason Herndon joins us this week to discuss all things vinyl. We also talk about other things, including KISS.
This week we talk with ET Brown about his band Dark Hound, the upcoming Rock for Asbrock event in Nashville & more.
This week we are all back and include Robert Golomboski aka ”The Iceman”. We talk in-depth about radio today, what’s right and what’s wrong with radio, and the long standing conversation about how new bands get their songs out to the public.
This week our friend Bryan Harris sits in for Dennis and brings us an interesting topic. We each choose the 5 bands we’d like to see at a music festival and why we chose them. Bryan also gives us his thoughts on our trip to Nashville to see Thee Rock N Roll Residency.