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.
This week we give a recap of our trip last week to Nashville to see Thee Rock N Rock Residency and we also discuss the highlights of 2018.
This week we talk with Todd while he's on a break from the many musical hats he wears. You'll hear him talk about the KISS Kruise, Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators, and much more.
This week we catch up with Ryan and he talk about playing the 1978 Ace Frehley solo album at the recent New Jersey Kiss Expo. He also talks a bit about the recent Kiss Kruise and what's coming up with the Ace Frehley Band.
Filmmaker Andrew Sgambati joins Bill and Allen this week to discuss his fan-film project. He talks about what the film is about and why he did it. Find out why Dennis wasn't with us near the end of the episode.
Listener Jeff Rogers joins Dennis and Allen this week to talk about his experiences on the recent KISS Kruise. He tells some pretty funny stories and even throws out a bunch of Paul-isms.
This week we talk about music related things in 2018 that we're thankful for and we pay tribute to a young man we met at the Indy KISS Expo. We also may have ranted about a certain ex-KISS guitarist.
This week we talk with hard working rocker Brent Fitz. He talks about everything from the Gene Simmons Band to Toque to the last KISS Kruise and so much more. Before we get Brent on, we talk about our thoughts on the movie Bohemian Rhapsody and Allen shows of an unusual gift he received.
This week we talk about the end of the road tour and the most recent kiss cruise with our friend John Erigo. The discussion may have gone a little off the rails.
With the release of the movie "Bohemian Rhapsody" we decided to do a mixtape episode. Each of us, and our guest host (and long time Ages of Rock listener) Cailin Provo, list 15 songs we'd put on a mixtape if we were going to introduce Queen to someone who wasn't familiar with the band.
Ace Frehley's "Spaceman" album will be released on October 19, 2018. As he's done on every album he's released, there's a cover song on it. In this episode we rate the songs Ace's has covered from our least favorite to our favorite. Note that we're NOT discussing the covers on his "Origins" album in this episode.
Mitch gets the first AoRP jacket for being a 5 time guest. He had a busy day of interviews but he ended with the best. You want some uncensored rock talk? Hit the play button. This discussion went everywhere!
Welcome to another installment of the Ages of Rock Podcast. This week we talk about a bunch of rock things as usual and then we have Dee Allen, from the band Tall Dark Stranger, as our guest.
On this episode we talk a bit about everything... Concerts, Ticketmaster, KISS, and finally a great interview with Scotty Chapman of The Garden of Eden.
This week we are joined by Pat Gasperini of Four By Fate to discussing the upcoming album from the Patrick James Band. Before we talk to him, we discuss the recent announcement that KISS will embark on "The End Of The Road Tour" soon.
Jet Lagged and Fan Boy moments! We sit down with Phillip Shouse and Christopher Williams to talk about the tour with Ace and Gene. What a ride and great experience for those guys. KISS fans living the ultimate dream. They played with 1/2 of KISS!
After another successful trip to participate in the Nashville Rock N Pod Expo, we have several interviews that we’re bringing to you in two separate episodes. In this episode we talk to Todzilla, Greg Renoff (interviewed by Jason Thomas Broderick), Alora, and Kenny Olsen.
After another successful trip to participate in the Nashville Rock N Pod Expo, we have several interviews that we’re bringing to you in two separate episodes. In this episode we talk to Earl Skakel (Inappropriate Earl), Anthony Corder (Tora Tora), Under The Radar (a young talented band), and Paul Taylor (Winger).
In this episode we call Chip Z'Nuff and have a chat with him about the new Enuff Z'Nuff album Diamond Boy. Chip also talks about today's music industry and social media.
Richmond, VA rocker Sammy Lee joins the boys from Indiana to discuss the band Red Reign and their self-titled EP. The best part of the EP is that it has 5 great songs so there's no need to hit the skip button. Check it out!
Superfan Andy joins us this week and gives an update on what's going to happen at the KISS Kruise Pre-party and drops a little knowledge about a couple songs Vinnie Vincent will be playing that night.
This week we start out by talking about what we did over our summer break. Then we welcome Ros Radley to the show to talk about his book "Magic - KISS Chronicles 1973-1983". We talk about the project, discuss how it got started, hoops he had to jump thru, what his "Holy Grail" was, and more. This is a great episode with lots of KISS fan info. Sit back, enjoy, and go pre-order the book. Bill even placed his order while we were talking to Ros!
This week the Metal Cowboy, Ron Keel, takes time out from working on his latest studio project to have a conversation with us. He even gives us a quick tour of the studio.
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In this week's episode we get Tod Howarth on to talk a little about his experience with the Indy KISS Expo. After our discussion with him, you'll see our interviews at the Expo with Tod, Pat Gasperini, and Rob Affuso.