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Geekwire Week of 03.12.23 – Ep519


We’re back with all the intriguing news of the rock and metal worlds with Geekwire!

We start things off with our very own Aaron Camaro who has now become famous in the KISS fandom world. Listen to the the show to find out why!

Former Ozzy Osbourne bassist Phil Soussan recently recalled the experience of having a young Metallica open for his boss back in 1986. Imagine having to follow that!

Mr. Big has finally announced the touring drummer for their upcoming tour. Surprise, we were both wrong in our predictions. Listen to find out who it is.

KISS made their big announcement on Howard Stern’s radio show that they will be wrapping up touring at Madison Square Garden in December. Should we take this seriously? Listen and find out.

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Other stories touched on this week include Nita Strauss returning to Alice Cooper’s band, Corey Taylor hyping his upcoming solo album, Rob Halford’s potential guest spot on Dolly Parton’s upcoming “rock” album, and more!

All that and rock star birthdays, death anniversaries, and upcoming releases we’re excited about.

We hope you enjoy Geekwire for the week of 03.12.23 and SHARE with a friend!

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