Comedian Tim Gilbert drops by the podcast to talk about his album – “Please Help Me I Am Very Sick”, Billy Ray Cyrus, live tweeting, Lenny Kravitz, Andrew W.K., hosting comedy shows
This is the Official Podcast Of Danko Jones. Danko is joined by comedian Nick Flanagan to talk about just about anything and everything. Sometimes they're joined by a special guest too. It's fun stuff all around. Welcome!
Danko met up with Chris Slorach, bassist of Metz, during the Southside Festival this past summer to talk about Sub Pop Records, Ian Mackaye, Nick Flanagan, Wrong Hole, Project 9, Six Finger Satellite, Trans Am, Danko’s first band – Horshack, Turned Out A Punk, Mark Arm, Steve Jones and Mudhoney.
Dregen appears on the podcast for a second time to talk to Danko about his solo album trek, Michael Monroe, The Backyard Babies reunion and their new album – “Four By Four”.
Danko sat down with Jim Rota, Jason Diamond and Josh Diamond last September on the Motörboat cruise to talk about Metallica. It’s all about Metal Up Your Ass & Eet Fuk.
Danko journeyed to London, Ontario to speak to Brian Vollmer, lead singer of Helix. Talk ranged from their classic song – “Rock You”, Lemmy Kilmister, Brian Robertson & Motorhead, independent records, cover bands, Traci Lords, Richard Pryor, Rip Taylor, Mike “Bubbles” Smith & The Trailer Park Boys, Sebastian Bach and Brian’s Bel Canto teachings.
Damian Abraham (Fucked Up) makes his return to the podcast. We talk about N.W.A., Damian’s podcast – Turned Out A Punk, Crust Punk, his “Canadian Cannabis” Vice documentary series, band beefs, haters, his “Super Snack Bros” show on The Food Network and his “More Than Music” CBC Q column.
Nick gets together with Danko for the annual Q&A episode. Listeners’ questions are answered along with Nick’s impressive collection of impressions.
To celebrate the one hundredth podcast, Danko takes a look back at the last 99 episodes featuring highlight moments with Phil Campbell, Dizzy Reed, Richard Fortus, Jim Rota, Eddie Spaghetti, Duff McKagan, Damian Abraham, Henry Rollins, Jim Breuer, Brendan Canning, Lydia Criss and Nick Flanagan.
(“Swampcast” intro by Lochlin Cross and Friends)