Rock n Pod Primer – Ep292

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Chris and Aaron return this week to preview the party of the summer with Rock n Pod Primer – Ep292. The Nashville Rock n Pod Expo takes place Saturday August 26th, 2017 at the Music Valley Event Center in Nashville, TN. Over 25 rock podcasts will be on-site as well as vinyl vendors and current and former members of Nelson, Tora Tora, KISS, Winger, Roxy Blue, Monkees, ACCEPT, and many more! In this hour-plus episode, the guys talk about the upcoming Rock n Pod Expo as well as spin music from artists/personalities that will be on-hand as guests.

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Tracks from Roxy Blue, Every Mother’s Nightmare, Tora Tora, Budderside, Blackjack, Joe Lynn Turner, ACCEPT, KISS, Kenny Olson Cartel and more are featured. It’s a Rock n Pod party. We hope you enjoy Rock n Pod Primer – Ep292 and SHARE with a friend!

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