Posts Tagged ‘Australian Tour’

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This week we have a special episode of the Long Gone Loser Rock Show as Damo interviews none other than the Queen of Noise herself, the one and only Cherry Bomb, Cherie Currie. The former vocalist of The Runaways talks stories about life, making amends, working with Lita Ford and Joan Jett, her solo career with her sister, her acting career, working with Glenn Danzig and so much more. She really opens up about things and gives one hell of an interview. It’s pretty awesome and I thank Cherie for taking the time to chat with the LGLRS about all things awesome. You can listen right now by clicking on THIS LINK. (more…)

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This week’s interview is a fun chat with Millencolin bassist and singer, Nikola Sarcevic, as we talk about such things as the key to staying together as a band for over 20 years with the same line-up, broken bones on tour, sharing the stage with a living legend, and how Refused played a bigger part in the Swedish music scene than one would believe. There’s tour stories and the whole kit and kaboodle and whether you’re a fan of Millencolin, or they’re unknown to your ears, you can listen in right now by clicking on THIS LINK. (more…)

 

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This week is a really good fun show as Damo interviews drummer Rick McMurray from Ireland rockers ASH ahead of their Australian tour. This is a great walk down memory lane and Rick clears up some of the stories revolving the ASH legacy. There’s tunes, there’s laughs, there’s good times and you’re going to love it! You can listen to the show right now by simply clicking on THIS LINK. (more…)

Having formed in 1963, England’s The Pretty Things are finally making their first ever trip to Australia for a string of shows giving fans the chance to see the band that have been dubbed a raunchier version of their fellow cohorts, the Rolling Stones. Having been a Stone himself as the band’s original bass player, Pretty Things guitarist Dick Taylor found time to chat with me about their upcoming tour and to lay to rest some of the outlandish rumours surrounding the band’s notorious New Zealand tour of 1965. Taylor is on the end of the phone and sounds in good spirits, all the while suffering through the sniffles, as he settles in for his first trip to the land of Oz… (more…)