Day: March 13, 2018

Former BATTLE BEAST Guitarist ANTON KABANEN On Releasing BEAST IN BLACK Debut: ‘It Felt Like I Was Out Of Jail’ Read The Article

WOODY WEATHERMAN On Having PEPPER KEENAN Back In CORROSION OF CONFORMITY: ‘It’s Kind Of Just Second Nature’ Read The Article

13th March 1971, Brewer and Shipley entered the US singles chart with ‘One Toke Over The Line’. The song, which featured Grateful Dead’s Jerry Garcia on steel guitar, peaked at No.10 despite being banned by radio stations for its drug references. Brewer and Shipley maintained that the word “toke” meant “token” as in ticket, hence […]

DARK FUNERAL Guitarist: ‘Since I Haven’t Changed My Natural Course, The Natural Course Of The Band Hasn’t Changed That Much Either’ Read The Article

On this weeks RMR the guys welcome friend of the show Dead Daisies lead vocalist John Corabi. Red & Jerry ask John about the new Dead Daisies release, their new drummer, His Live solo release, and as always the Discussion of “Cowbell” goes to another level. Also listen for new music from Dead Daisies, Stryper, […]

Rock and Roll radio has seen better days. The great stations are slowly disappearing. Case in point. WLUP-FM in Chicago was a mainstay of Rock and Roll for 41 years. The station, better know as ‘The Loop’ was one of the first stations to use the Lee Abrams “Superstars” format and it was the home […]

SCOTT HILL On Getting RUSH’s ALEX LIFESON To Guest On New FU MANCHU Song ‘Il Mostro Atomico’: ‘We Couldn’t Believe It’ Read The Article

Ex-BOLT THROWER Vocalist KARL WILLETTS On MEMORIAM: ‘We’re A Band That’s Trying To Recreate That Old-School Death Metal Feel’ Read The Article

One of the all time great songwriter / singer / performers, Neil Sedaka, has 79 candles on his birthday cake today. Instead of us writing a piece, we felt this one was really good. Do you have a favorite song Neil sang / wrote? Happy Birthday Neil!!

NILE’s KARL SANDERS On Departure Of DALLAS TOLER-WADE: ‘We Don’t Consider It A Loss. We Considered It An Opportunity To Move Forward’ Read The Article

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