Barrett Martin, drummer of The Walking Papers (and Screaming Trees/Mad Season/Tuatara) joins Danko for a third time to talk about his induction into The Black Coffee Brigade, his upcoming book project, Electronic Music, “Underworld” by Tuatara and his recent recording with blues legend, Cedell Davis, and his album “Last Man Standing”.
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!
Cam Pipes, vocalist for 3 Inches Of Blood, met up with Danko to chat about Dungeons & Dragons, Metallica’s Through The Never film and Cam’s Rush cover band – Xanadudes.
Dan Burke, legendary Toronto Rock promoter, sat down with Danko and Nick to talk about The Last Rock Show, The White Stripes, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Iggy Pop, NXNE, the triple header and rock bands today.
Recently in London, Danko met up with Rise Above Records head, Lee Dorian (Cathedral/Napalm Death), to talk about Church Of Misery, Gaz Jennings & Death Penalty, Lucifer, Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats, Blood Ceremony, Black Sabbath, psych bands and Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell.
SNL and SCTV alumna, Robin Duke, sits down with Danko and Nick to talk about Gilda Radner, Martin Short, SNL, Mr. T, Don Rickles, Eddie Murphy, Catherine O’Hara, Eugene Levy, her comedy troupe – “Women Fully Clothed” and her new series – “Man Seeking Woman”.
Danko caught up with comedian and VH1’s That Metal Show co-host, Don Jamieson to talk about stand-up comedy, performance, Metal Blade Records, Andrew Dice Clay, Jim Florentine, Jason McMaster, Terrorizing Telemarketers & Meet The Creeps.
Danko sits down with Björn Strid, singer of Soilwork, to discuss his AOR/Classic Rock-inspired side band – Night Flight Orchestra, and their new upcoming album, “Skyline Whispers”.
Jim Rota, singer/guitarist of Fireball Ministry, brings bassist Scott Reeder (Kyuss/The Obsessed/Fireball Ministry) onto the podcast to talk about High On Fire, Dave Grohl, Lemmy Kilmister, opening for Opeth, and how Dave Ellefson is a hero.