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Geekwire for Week of 02.20.23 – Ep517

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We’re back to discuss all the current happenings in the rock and metal world with Geekwire!

We start with a double-shot of Megadeth-related news as the band proper will be joined by former guitarist Marty Friedman at their upcoming Budokan show in Tokyo. On a less-positive note, former guitarist Jeff Young didn’t hold back in his opinion of Dave Mustaine’s current talent level. We share our thoughts on both of these stories.

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KISS manager Doc McGhee had a very awkward exchange in an interview recently. When pressed by Synchin’ Stanley about Paul Stanley’s use of vocal tracks, Doc had a confusing answer. We share our thoughts on this news.

Rolling Stone Magazine released a “Horrible Albums by Brilliant Artists” article which included KISS. Are they now claiming KISS are brilliant? We share our thoughts and take a peak at the article.

Other artists covered this week include Steve Vai, David Lee Roth, Geezer Butler, Bon Jovi, Dio, and Dave Grohl among others.

All that and rock start birthdays, death anniversaries, and upcoming releases we’re excited for.

We hope you enjoy Geekwire for the week of 02.20.23 and SHARE with a friend!

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