Steve Thompson joins us for episode 100! Steve discusses his early days, how he got into production, working with Guns n’ Roses, Metallica, Dokken, Cinderella and many more. He also plays us some clips of his newer music.
Eric Martin returns to discuss the new Mr Big album “Defying Gravity”, as well as his past solo records, Triumph’s cover of “Just One Night” and dealing with online trolls.
This week Tony Platt discusses his life and career. From his early days in the studio to engineering such albums as AC/DC’s Back in Black and Flick of the Switch. He shares the story of being with Mutt Lange when they heard that Bon Scott died, to working on Foreigner 4, and his experiences working with Cheap Trick and Buddy Guy.
I also talk about the Rock n Pod Expo fundraiser. Learn more at https://www.gofundme.com/rocknpodexpo
Jay Messina (and guest co-host BJ Kramp from the Rock and/or Roll Podcast) join us to discuss his life and career. From how he got started, to working with such acts as KISS, Aerosmith, Slash and George Benson.
After a long hiatus, we return with an extended interview with Micajah Ryan. We discuss how he got into the business, and he shares his experiences working on Guns ‘N Roses “Appetite For Destruction” and “Lies”. As well as Megadeth’s “Rust In Peace” and “Countdown To Extinction”, Bob Dylan’s “Good As I Been To You” and “World Gone Wrong” and even Was Not Was’s “Walk The Dinosaur”.
Tom Size passed away on October 30, 2016. This interview took place on January 16th, 2016, and is re-aired in tribute to Tom.
Paul Gilbert discusses his career, from his early days, to his time at GIT, Racer X, Mr. Big, and his solo albums – including his new release, “I Can Destroy”.
‘Wild’ Mick Brown joins us to discuss his life and career. From his early days with The Boyz and Exciter, to success with Dokken and Lynch Mob, Mick shares his story (and all the mistakes made!). He also discusses the possible reunion with Dokken, his status with the Ted Nugent Band, and goes into detail on his new project – Wild Mick’s Bourbon Ballet.
Guitarist Tim Donahue calls in from Japan to discuss his life and career. From building his first fretless guitar as a teenager to his first big break from Mike Varney, to his solo releases Fifth Season, Still Dreaming, Voices In The Wind (Featuring producer Eddie Kramer and vocalist Paul Rogers), Into The Light (featuring Foreigner vocalist Kelly Hansen), Madmen + Sinners (featuring Dream Theater vocalist James LaBrie), and Earlyworks. We also cover his new project – The Cage.