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!

Episode #67: Bruce Pavitt

A discussion with Sub-Pop Records co-founder, Bruce Pavitt, about his new photo book, “Experiencing Nirvana: Grunge In Europe 1989″, documenting the 8 days he spent on the road with Nirvana and Tad.

Episode #66: Wade McNeil, Nick Flanagan

Wade McNeil (Gallows/Alexisonfire) stops by the podcast and helps Danko and Nick kick off 2014. Talk swings from Australia to Taiwan to Thailand, Rob Zombie, Barry Taylor and Wade’s “Video Clerk” show on Aux TV.

Episode #65: Barrett Martin (Part Two)

Barrett Martin, drummer for The Walking Papers (and Screaming Trees/Mad Season), returns to the podcast to discuss Ayahuasca, The Amazon, CeDell Davis and that Reno gig.

Episode #64: Brent Weinbach, Nick Flanagan

Nick brings comedian, Brent Weinbach, onto the podcast to discuss TV themes, Andy Kaufman and video game music from the 8 bit and 16 bit era, including Brent’s Legacy Music Hour Podcast.

Episode #63: Doug Goodman

One of music’s top tour managers joins Danko for an in-depth discussion of the Bay Area 80′s Metal scene – Death Angel, Mordred and Paul Baloff. Doug has the distinction of being Slayer’s first tour manager and tells a few stories.

Episode #62: Andy Kindler, Nick Flanagan

Comedian extraordinaire, Andy Kindler, sat down with Danko and Nick during the Just For Laughs Festival in Toronto to talk about Don Rickles, Jay Leno, Dane Cook, Adam Carolla, Bob Dylan and Ricky Gervais.

Episode #61: Scott Middleton, Nick Flanagan

Scott Middleton, guitarist of The Cancer Bats, sat down with Danko and Nick to talk about Kvelertak, GWAR, The X-Cops/The Cops, Jason Newsted/Metallica, Phil Rind/Sacred Reich, White Zombie, Sean Yseult & her book – “I’m In The Band”.

Episode #60: Duff McKagan

Duff (Guns N’ Roses, Loaded, Walking Papers) returns to the podcast for a one-on-one discussion on writing, his autobiography – “It’s So Easy”, Krist Novoselic, reading fiction and “The Road” by Cormac McCarthy.