Ryan Cook of the Gene Simmons Band joins us this week for a chat. Man, does he have some great stories. Trust us, this is one busy dude so hang on, because here it comes.
Wanna know where to get your daily dose of rock? Check out hairnetradio.com. Beau joins us to discuss how this station started and some of the great times he is having with it. Check out the podcast and then checkout Hairnet Radio!
Once again we have a fun conversation with our old buddy Mitch. We discuss his move to Westwood One, we bitch and moan about Kiss Setlists, and we talk about the upcoming year in music.
For the first time we have guest host and legendary Olympic Silver Medalist Jason Morris on the show. As an added bonus, the four of us interview Johnny Gioeli of the bands Hardline, Axle Rudi Pell, and Crush 40 in an hour of great stories. Trust us, it's worth your time!
This week we do a Skype phone call with Big John Harte and talk about his work with KISS, Iron, Maiden, Billy Idol, and Prince. We also talk about John's upcoming book and let you know how you can get it.
Alright peeeoopplee!! This week we welcome Rich Kosak, aka the Starchild from Mr. Speed. Rich talks about his motivation to start and keep operating a tribute band to the hottest band in the world KISS.
Allen's longtime friend and fellow KISS fanatic joins us this week and talks about his experience in Miami at the Gene Simons Vault Experience.
On this week's episode we welcome Tom from Klassik ‘78. We get the details on how they recreated that early Kiss sound and wrote new songs in that style. Find out what Paul Stanley thinks about their music and a lot more great info about this cool band.
This week we talk on the phone with Damon Johnson of Black Star Riders. He talks about their upcoming tour with Judas Priest and Saxon. He also talks about how he got the Alice Cooper gig after Allen shares the story of his son Ian's experience at an Alice show that Damon played back in 2006.
This week we talk about our trip to Atlanta to see Vinnie Vincent's first public appearance in approximately 20 years. We also talk about the expo in general, including other guests, fellow podcasters, and friends and fans we met while we were there.
Vinnie Vincent made his first public appearance in 20 years at the Atlanta KISS Expo on January 19, 20, & 21, 2018. On Saturday, Vinnie did a Q&A session for the expo attendees. At the end of the session, Vinnie played an acoustic guitar and sang a few songs. Those songs ARE NOT INCLUDED here due to copyright concerns.
This week we talk about 2018 show we're going to see. We also talk about some shows we'd like to see and Allen brings up a couple rumored reunions he's read about online.
Three Sides of the Coin co-host Mark Cicchini joins us for a chat about growing up in Detroit, his experiences with the early Kiss Expos, and a great story about Blackie Lawless! Hear all this and more on this week's episode!
Tod joins us this week and discusses what got him into music along with his time with 707, Ted Nugent, Cheap Trick, Frehley's Comet, and Four By Fate. He's clever and funny and we enjoyed him a great deal.
This week we welcome Rudy Sarzo to the show. Rudy talks about his time with Quiet Riot, Whitesnake, and Ozzy Osbourne, among others. You'll really get a kick out of his sense of humor.
We've got something very special for our 100th episode... a conversation with Tim Rozner!
Sit down and kick back while we listen to stories from the road with production manager Tim Rozner. In a rare interview Tim shares behind the scenes stories about some of the biggest names in the music business including Muddy Waters, Aerosmith, KISS, and Styx.
In this week's episode, we discuss a 2016 documentary called "Hired Gun" that focuses on musicians who replace original band members, either in the studio or on the stage.
Pink Floyd's "The Wall" turns 38 today so we thought it would be a good album to talk about. We also introduce a new segment called "This Day in Music History."
Allen's wife Laura suggested that since it's Thanksgiving that we each pick 5 people (living or dead) who we'd invite to Thanksgiving dinner and why.
In this episode we discuss some favorite KISS tunes from the Eric Carr era and Bill tells us why he came up with this topic.
Hellooo Peeople! After 2 Weeks off we have KISSFAQ guru, fellow podcaster, and author Julian Gill to discuss answer the question is KISS 2.0 really going to happen and will you go?
The death of Tom Petty really got us thinking about some of the artists who passed this year. This week we take a look back a some of those who have passed and our favorite tunes by them. Rest In Peace.
This week we finally get around to talking about our trip to the Nashville Rock N Pod Expo.
In this episode we talk on the phone with John Regan of Four By Fate and Frehley's Comet fame. We discuss how he met Ace Frehley, his work at SIR in New York and a very interesting Gene Simmons story plus much much more. Could the reunion of Frehley's Comet in PA be the beginning of something awesome?
This week we discuss some of our favorite debut albums with special guest Ken "The Podfather" Mills. Ken's podcasts are PodKISSt: The KISS Fanzine for Your Ears!, Zilch! A Monkees Podcast!, Cheap Talk with Trick Chat, and POP! A Pop Culture Podcast. Make sure you check them out. Enjoy the show!