This week we talk to Chris Dunnett of POWERSLAVE: The Iron Maiden Experience. We talk about how long the band has been around, how the band came to be, how they chose their setlist, and more. Enjoy this discussion, and one more thing … UP THE IRONS!!!
On this episode, we talk to Kix guitarist Brian “Damage” Forsythe. The conversation goes from the beginnings of Kix to being a Carnivore! Dennis gets his smoker talk on with a meat professional along with great music tidbits!
The guys from PUMP5 talk about writing and recording their new record “Paradise Place” and mayhem ensues. Here’s a few key words from the show: #toosoon #tossin #summerteeth #wafflestomp #givetilithurts and finally #pushinyourstool.
Bill’s buddy and HUGE Rush fan Doug Sabotin joins us for a review of Moving Pictures which is celebrating 40 years. Some might say this record is a “Masterpiece”. What do you think??
Olympic Judo Silver Medalist Jason Morris returns to the show this week with UFO as his pick for an album anniversary review.
This week we review Ozzy Osbourne’s “The Ultimate Sin” album, which was released 35 years ago this month. We also briefly touch on the upcoming ROCKNPOD Expo, Dennis gives an update on a guitar he recently bought and on his finger injury. Dennis and Bill also discuss this week’s album acquisitions.
In this episode, we had a fun discussion with Dana Radford, Judd Fuller, and Sandy Gennaro of The Tummies about their upcoming album "9:30 Girl" (among other things). Check it out!
This week, founding Tesla Bassist Bryan Wheat join Bill and Allen on their lunch breaks. He’s written a book called “Son of a Milkman: My Crazy Life with Tesla” and it’s the primary focus of our discussion. The book takes a candid look at his life as a member of successful a rock band and also delves into some of his personal struggles.
What’s the one thing that’s never good to talk about? Politics! What’s the one thing we love to talk about? Music! So this week, we talk about politics and music and how it can sell records and destroy bands. We don’t care which side you’re on, just be open to others views!
We’re starting 2021 off with some new tunes from Weapon Of Anew! The new single “Sick Boy” recently dropped. Guitarist Freddy Ordine shares information about the band, first record, the new single, and long awaited forthcoming album release.
Our first guest of 2021 is none other than Jeff Pilson! He joins to discuss the new Heavy Hitters album with George Lynch and others. This a album of some older great songs rearranged with some great grooves and of course great riffs. As always it’s a great time when we get to sit down with a rock legend!