A Book Worthy of an Army – KISSMAS in July

A Book Worthy of an Army – KISSMAS in July

As KISSMAS in July winds down, we look back on lots of great guests with insider knowledge of the band; folks that worked directly with them and who shared some amazing stories. One important fact shouldn’t be lost though; there wouldn’t be a KISS without you, the KISS Army. A fellow podcaster and KISS fan is setting out to make sure that story gets told. Podcast Rock City host Joe Polo has begun a book…

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Konversation with Pixie Esmonde

Konversation with Pixie Esmonde

After a great first two weeks, we’re back with a very special guest this week. Pixie Esmonde, wardrobe manager for KISS (1979-1980), joins Aaron and Chris for an in-depth revealing discussion of a very transitional period in the band’s history. In this hour-plus discussion, you’ll hear Pixie share her memories of the Dynasty tour and costumes, tensions within the band as the tour drew to a close, the test sessions for Eric Carr’s makeup design,…

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1989 Year in Review Part 2 – Ep168

1989 Year in Review Part 2 – Ep168

Aaron and Chris return to cover the second half of 1989 and boy is there a lot to talk about! July through December see news stories involving Drew Barrymore, The Monkees reuniting, Pete Rose’s banning from baseball, the San Francisco earthquake, and the opening of the Berlin Wall. The guys cover all of it and spin tracks from bands like Lion, Ace Frehley, KISS, Alice Cooper, Warrant, Shotgun Messiah, and much, much more! Buy Music!…

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Conversation with Toddzilla – Ep165

Conversation with Toddzilla – Ep165

One of our favorite past guests and friend of the show returns this week for a more personal reason. Todd Austin (aka Toddzilla) returns to the Decibel Geek Podcast this week and boy is he packing some great stories. If you don’t remember, Toddzilla was Aaron and Chris’ guest for Episode 113 – Roth-Era Van Halen Discussion. In that discussion, the guys picked favorite tunes from Eddie and co. but Toddzilla’s stories were so memorable…

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