Posts Tagged ‘Interview’

We’re back in the saddle again, Aerosmith style, to bring you another kickass episode where the Long Gone Loser himself, Damo, sits down for a chat with WWE Superstar and Fozzy vocalist, the Ayatollah of Rock N Rolla, Chris Jericho!!! We talk Beatles, Rolling Stones, Rock N Roll, Podcasting, the first records he bought, his worst Podcast guest, and of course his tour down under in November with Fozzy. This was a quick chat but still a lot of fun. I hope you’ll find something in this of value. Thanks once again to John Howarth for his help in organising this.

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This week’s guest is none other than Peter Zounis, guitarist from the old Sydney punk legends, Spunkbubbles. The Spunkbubbles were a band that lasted around 4 or 5 years breaking up at the end of the 80s. They had a demo, released two records on Waterfront Records, had some tracks on compilations, and then the band unfortunately dissolved. Still, 35+ years later, those classic records still get played in the LGL office quite often. And why not? I’m pretty stoked to have Pete on the show in another addition to my never-ending quest to interview someone from every band I loved as I grew up. I hope you enjoy the show.

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This week, my special guest is none other than Michael Sweet from heavy metal legends, Stryper! We talk records, the stripes, the yellow and black, religion, heavy metal, their Aussie tour that starts this Friday and we nerd out over gear. And why not? It’s a fun chat and Michael is an all round top dude. Hopefully we can get him back on the show in the future to go deeper cos we didn’t even really scratch the surface with this one but there’s great stories found within.

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Stryper’s new album, GOD DAMN EVIL, is out now through Frontiers Records. (more…)

Back again, my friends after a short holiday in the USA but here’s my chat with Dick Lucas from the legendary UK punk band, Subhumans, and also the ska punk rockers known as Citizen Fish. We talk records, The Young Ones, UK punk rock, Social Conditioning, DIY, Political Correctness, John Peel, Chumbawamba, and more in this episode. Quite an interesting chat and I hope you’ll hear something you didn’t already know. Thanks heaps to Kamala Parks for helping in lining this interview up. Very much appreciated.

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Keep up to date with all Dick’s bands at their OFFICIAL SITE.

P.S. If anyone has a copy of that EP by The Mental that they don’t want anymore, please feel free to send it my way. 🙂

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This is one interview that has been a long time coming. My guest this week is none other than Screamfeeder bassist and singer / songwriter extraordinaire, Kellie Lloyd. This is a fantastic chat about everything from young Kel growing up and discovering music to her time in Screamfeeder and her solo works, to coping mechanisms and anxiety. It goes deep and that’s how we do it on the LGLRS. I hope you’ll all get something out of this cos it’s a good time and quite interesting. Thanks Kellie for coming on the show.

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Oh wow! This week’s guest is huuuuuge! Yes, my friends, ROSS THE BOSS is on the LGL Rock Show this week talking about heaps of wild stuff and awesome stories. A very honest and genuine interview about growing up in NYC when the first wave of the punk explosion happened. We talk about all of that, his time with The Dictators, about him joining MANOWAR, about his departure from MANOWAR, about joining the French band Shakin’ Street, etc. There’s just so much great stuff in here and I feel that this conversation could have gone on for hours but unfortunately, time is limited. It was conducted backstage at the Croxton Band Room before his show which I have to say was amazing and seeing Ross play those MANOWAR tunes was completely out of this world. I was stoked to do this interview and I hope you enjoy listening to it. Let’s hope we can get him back sometime in the future.

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Woohoo! This week’s guest is none other than guitar shredding virtuoso, Jake Kiley from California’s very own Strung Out! The Fat Wreck recording artists are heading back to Australia in June to perform their 1996 album ‘Suburban Teenage Wasteland Blues’ in it’s entirety plus they’ll be tearing through a bunch of classics from their lengthy discography so you know you’re going to get one hell of a show. Anyway, this interview is rad and possibly the first time anyone has brought up the band Excel on the show! Heaps good!

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