Mystery Box – Ep301

Mystery Box – Ep301

When Chris shows up with a box covered in question marks and filled with a wide variety of music, it makes for an interesting episode. After winning a box full of great music at the Nashville Rock n Pod Expo courtesy of the Rock Strikes Ten podcast, the guys decide to pick some of their favorite tunes from the Mystery Box for play this week. If you haven’t heard of Rock Strikes Ten, you’re missing…

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BLACK STAR RIDERS – Heavy Fire (Album Review)

BLACK STAR RIDERS – Heavy Fire (Album Review)

I had a girlfriend once who wanted to celebrate every anniversary. The first time we saw a movie. First time we kissed. First time we made love. I didn’t buy into it. Firstly, I’m not an anniversary type of guy, usually. But this is one anniversary worth celebrating. Irish rockers Thin Lizzy celebrate 40 years of rocking the world this year. Now that’s something to pop the bubbly over! Things look a little different in…

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1974 Year in Review Part 2 – Ep253

1974 Year in Review Part 2 – Ep253

Chris and Aaron are back for more with the 1974 Year in Review Part 2; a year that saw Tricky Dick hit the highway, Blazing Saddles run away with the box office, and Muhammad Ali rumble with George Foreman. The rock music world was just as active with formation of The Runaways, the live debuts of The Ramones and Bon Scott‘s AC/DC and Neil Peart joining RUSH. The guys take you through all of that…

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Conversation with Greg Mangus – Ep252

Conversation with Greg Mangus – Ep252

Singer Greg Mangus joins Chris and Aaron this week to discuss his “almost famous” career in music; one that includes numerous collaborations with notable musicians across multiple genres. Greg is well-known in Nashville music circles for a number of projects that include Thee Rock N Roll Residency, St. James Infirmary, Noise Pollution (AC/DC tribute), and Jimmy the Weed (Thin Lizzy tribute). In this hour-plus talk, Greg shares some fantastic stories of his early days in…

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Sin City Sinners – Let It Burn (CD Review)

Sin City Sinners – Let It Burn (CD Review)

Started in 2007 by Faster Pussycat‘s Brent Muscat as a “just for fun” jam, Sin City Sinners have turned into one of Las Vegas’s must-see attractions for rock fans. They’ve played all over town with special guests from bands like AC/DC, Aerosmith, Guns n’ Roses, Tesla, Skid Row, Whitesnake, Velvet Revolver and …Tiffany?  Clearly, they’re having fun, and it comes across on their new CD, Let It Burn. Before we get to their new CD, here…

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Sunset East at Thee Rock N Roll Residency

Sunset East at Thee Rock N Roll Residency

In 1988 an introverted 11-year-old kid, who had fallen in love with hard rock music just a couple years prior, spent his Saturday nights doing his usual routine; video games (the Nintendo kind), junk food and sodas, and the weekly viewing of Headbangers Ball on MTV. But on one particular Saturday night, he turned off Mike Tyson’s Punch Out a couple hours early and tuned into the music-channel-that-no-longer-plays-music a couple hours earlier. This night was…

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Guitar Duos with Thee Rock N Roll Residency – Ep237

Guitar Duos with Thee Rock N Roll Residency – Ep237

This week Chris and Aaron are joined by Jeremy Asbrock and Philip Shouse of Thee Rock N Roll Residency to discuss Guitar Duos. These two awesome musicians are regularly belting out a twin guitar attack every Tuesday night at the Residency. They are joined by numerous familiar names and faces every week and have been a huge factor in the rise of Nashville as a rock city. Thee Rock N Roll Residency has featured guests…

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PRODUCT OF HATE – Buried In Violence (Album Review)

PRODUCT OF HATE – Buried In Violence (Album Review)

PRODUCT OF HATE was formed in Wisconsin in 2007. The band is made up of vocalist Adam Gilley, drummer Mike McGuire, bassist Mark Campbell, and the guitar duo of brothers Geno (lead) and Cody (rhythm) Rathbone. The band has landed support slots for big hitters such as Lamb Of God, Meshuggah, Chimaira, Gwar and Hatebreed.   However, this is their first full album and it certainly is abrasive. This one is for fans of the above bands…

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Ricky Warwick-When Patsy Cline Was Crazy/Hearts On Trees (February 26, 2016)

Ricky Warwick-When Patsy Cline Was Crazy/Hearts On Trees (February 26, 2016)

Black Star Riders frontman Ricky Warwick has announced that he will release not one but TWO new solo albums next year! When Patsy Cline Was Crazy (And Guy Mitchell Sang The Blues) and the beautifully acoustic Hearts On Trees will be released as a double CD on 26th February 2016 via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. The artwork for the double albums reflects the tone of each – When Patsy Cline Was Crazy… showcases the electric rock and roll side of Ricky, while Hearts On Trees veers more…

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1977 Year in Review Part 2 – Ep209

1977 Year in Review Part 2 – Ep209

This week Aaron and Chris return to guide you on a journey of July through December in our 1977 Year in Review Part 2! In this hour-plus block of nostalgia, you’ll hear discussion of big news events of the second half of the year including the fatal crash of Lynyrd Skynyrd’s plane, the capture of Son of Sam, and the death of Elvis Presley. You’ll also get tracks from some of the greatest albums released…

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