Arve Isdal, a.k.a. Ice Dale, joins Danko to talk about Paul Stanley, Paul Di’Anno, King Ov Hell, Abbath & the band “I”, and rock t-shirts.
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!
Toschie, singer of Audrey Horne, jumps on the podcast with Danko to talk about Kiss & Kiss tattoos, being a tattoo artist, Hank Von Helvete and The Garage in Bergen, Norway.
Legendary bassist, Sami Yaffa, talked to Danko about his award-winning travelogue show, Sound Tracker, that focuses on exciting music scenes from around the world. Talk also touched on David Johansen and The New York Dolls. Sound Tracker is a must-see show for every music fan out there, now in its third season!’
Danko pulls focus onto 10 new exciting RNR bands playing today. There needs to be a more cohesive Rock N’ Roll scene and this episode is an attempt. Bands spotlighted – The Biters, Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell, Giuda, Dead Lord, Seventy-Seven, High Spirits, Broken Teeth, La Chinga, Dr. Boogie and Audrey Horne.
Aaron Keele, vinyl wheeler and dealer and one half of The Record Guys, joins the podcast to discuss the business of selling records, Youth Of Today, The Toronto Downtown Record Show, Stag Records, #NextLevelRecordCollecting, Power Records, Dr. Mind, Vortex Records and the vinyl resurgence.
Marty Friedman calls in from Tokyo to discuss his “Inferno” record from 2014 and gives a glimpse of his upcoming record. Talk turns to Shining, Deafheaven and, of course, Kiss. With this being his 3rd appearance, Marty joins The Black Coffee Brigade!
Doc Coyle returns to the podcast to talk about his newly launched superb podcast – “The Ex Man With Doc Coyle”, his new band, Vagus Nerve, and their new EP, “Visceral”.
Danko tracked down the legendary Mal Sharpe of comedic pranksters, Coyle & Sharpe, and the original “Man On The Street”. Talk revolves around the duo’s infamous jokes and bits, Mal’s solo albums, Andy Kaufman, Henry Rollins and Nardwuar the Human Serviette.