With it being Thanksgiving week, we didn't have time to put together an episode but Allen's friend Rachel Lipsky just released a Christmas song and is getting ready to head overseas for a short Armed Forces tour so he asked her to come on the show for a quick discussion.
After over a month with the three of us together, we get to spend some time on a variety of topics. In typical AoRP fashion, we are all over the map and our thoughts run amuck!
Eric and Julie share their two recent KISS Kruise experiences. Lots of great stories. Check it out peeeeople!
Sweden rocks might be an understatement. Perfect Plan's lead singer Kent Hilli joins us this week to discuss their third record, Brace for Impact! Check them out for yourself.
Some of us take pictures of family, sports teams, and rocks, but Mark Weiss takes pictures of rock stars! He joins us this week to talk about his book, The Decade That Rocked, and his new projects.
This week Tod Howarth returns to talk about his many upcoming project releases. We also talk about his show at the KISS Kruise Sail Away event, the release of his 3 CD Canvas series, and find out the progress on his upcoming book. Always a great conversation with one of the coolest dudes on the planet.
Tommy Paris returns to the show this week to talk about his new solo album ERTHEARZ, his piano course, and Count 77. It's a fun discussion that dives into the writing and recording of the album, along with a few side conversations.
This week is Part 2 of 2 of our discussion of Rock and Metal albums of 1984. Bill & Dennis also briefly discuss the Accept concert in Nashville. Welcome to the sh*t show!
We attended the Louder Than Life music festival in Louisville on Saturday so we decided to talk about the day. Long time listener Bryan Harris also went so we invited him to join in on the conversation.
This week is Part 1 of 2 of our discussion of Rock and Metal albums of 1984. Some are good and some are bad but hey, we didn't pick (most of) them.
This week we are joined by comedian Don Jamieson. He talks about the upcoming comedy album "Terrorizing Telemarketers 7" featuring himself and Jim Florentine. The conversation is quite comical and goes off the rails a couple times.
This week Bill mentioned early in the episode that we were calling the show "Wingin' It" but we really did have a couple topics in mind. We discussed the recent movie "Elvis" as well as talking a little about the recent Taylor Hawkins tribute concert in London.
This week Bill's friend Doug Sabotin joins us and Allen's friend Robert "Rockin' Rob" Bloomer returns as we take a deeper dive into the current Stadium Tour featuring Def Leppard, Mötley Crüe, Poison, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, and Classless Act. Doug saw the show in Chicago, Bill saw it in Indy, Rob saw it in Cleveland, and Allen saw it in Cincinnati.
This week we talk about the live KISS reunion recording from Donnington, amongst other things.
This week we don't have a guest so we take the opportunity to catch up on our summer concerts and other shenanigans.
Bill goes solo on this week's episode and has a great conversation with Josey Scott, formerly of Saliva. Josey is working on new solo material. Click, Click, BOOM!
RAR (Robert Anthony Robinson) and the band join us tonight for a great show. Get ready, this is quite a ride. The hottest topic was a hat!
Take 12 albums that came out in 1983 and add Bill’s buddy who’s full of knowledge and what do you get? Hey Joe, it’s 1983!
This week Bill’s out of town so we invited Podcast Rock City’s Joe Polo to join us and talk about the recent “rare” KISS videos that made their way to YouTube. We also talk a little about the “Off the Soundboard” recordings, teleprompters, and other nonsense.
Centershift's Jasan Radford joins us this week to talk about the band's upcoming EP "A Different Shade" and talks about what lead up to the band making this release.
For a change, AORP is guest free. This week we create a compilation playlist from 20 albums released in 1989. Hear our thoughts on the songs of 89 and the stories to go along with them. We also do our regular chat and of course tackle the recent Paul Stanley recorded vocals incident.
In this week’s episode we sit down with Dave Moody, one of 3 lead singers from Hairball. He gives us the inside scoop on all the “characters” he portrays on stage. We also talk about after years of being “just a musician” him jumping into the lead singer position. He also talks about how you learn fire breathing the correct way. It’s another interesting conversation that you don’t want to miss!
Once again we have the always interesting, definitely humorous, Brynn Arens joining us. Brynn talks about Flipp’s new album “Too Dumb to Quit”, how he raised the prices on collectible amps and keeps us wondering, did he or didn’t he eat an adult gummy 30 mins before the show? Lots of great stories and laughs in this episode!
“Aerosmith on Tour 1973-1985” author Julian Gill joins us this week to talk about his book. We also use his appearance as an opportunity to discuss each of our top five 70s Aerosmith songs.