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!
In this episode we continue the conversation we started with Christopher Williams at the 2017 Rock N Pod Expo in Nashville on August 26th.
We had a nice long chat with Accept drummer Christopher Williams at the Rock N Pod Expo in Nashville. As a matter of fact, we had such a good time talking to him that we continued our conversation with him a few days later via Skype. Christopher is one awesomely funny dude. Check out this episode as he talks about his first time jamming with Accept, his Peter Criss drum kit from the KISS Reunion Tour, and more. Enjoy and share!
Rick is the front man for Nashville based hard rock band Every Mother's Nightmare. He stopped by our table at the 2017 Rock N Pod Expo to talk about their upcoming album. Visit http://emnrocks.com/ to find out more.
Matt stopped by our table at the 2017 Rock N Pod Expo and talked about the song "Pride" which was a collaboration with Gene Simmons of KISS. Visit Matt's website (https://www.mattmccormackmusic.com/) to hear the song.
Inglorious are five young men with a mutual love and respect of the classics of Hard Rock music, big guitar riffs, and soulful vocals. Their influences stem from iconic rock and roll shrine of Rock albums from the 1970s. We recently had a chat with Colin Parkinson, their bassist. Check it out! Make sure to stop by their website (http://inglorious.com/) and show them some love.
Grammy award winning keyboardist Gary Corbett joined us at the 2017 Rock N Pod Expo for a quick conversation. He's had quite an interesting career in music. Check it out.
Check out our interview with Producer/Composer/Guitarist Scott Van Zen from the 2017 Rock N Pod Expo in Nashville, TN. Scott has written/produced the main titles, background, source music for major TV networks, shows, commercials and much more. He has also worked on musical collaborations with major artists such as KISS. You can find out more about Scott on his main website, http://www.vanzenmusic.com/, or you can take private lessons or purchase instructional videos here, https://www.scottvanzenguitarschool.com/.
Check out this Rock N Pod Expo interview with the one and only Walter Egan!
On August 26, 2017, we went to the first annual Rock N Pod Expo in Nashville, TN and interviewed several people. Music producer Toby Wright was our first interview. Enjoy!
In this episode, we discuss a list of 15 songs that Allen's son Ian gave us to listen to. We also talk about Ozzy's Moonstock performance, the upcoming Rock N Pod Expo, and an upcoming KISS Expo featuring Vinnie Vincent.
It's the return of the Spaceman on the Ages of Rock Podcast. Rock Talk host Mitch Lafon joins us for some great conversation, Yank It or Crank It, and a little something Mitch needs to get off his chest. Trust us, this is a fun one! Oh My!!!
In this episode, we discuss a list of 15 songs that Dennis’ son Max gave us to listen to.
In this episode, we discuss a list of 15 songs that Bill's son Noah gave us to listen to. Bill also has a rant about buying concert tickets. (Edit: The music snippets in this episode were removed prior to uploading.)
Allen's all time favorite album turned 30 and Dennis suggested that we review it, so we did.
In this episode, Bill talks about his trip to Los Angeles and some of the music related places he visited.
In this episode we review the 1977 Styx album The Grand Illusion. We walk thru the album track by track and give our thoughts on each song. Bill talks a little about his most recent vinyl finds and gives a quick concert review of the band Train.
In this week's episode, we go back and discuss the four Sammy Hagar era Van Halen albums. We talk about our favorites and what's not on our playlist anymore.
Jaymi Pinkbassman Millard joins us for a discussion about his work with JD basses, his book, music and most recent work with Mark Slaughter. Of course, there is a story behind his pink bass obsession.