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 #58: Pete Stahl

Danko sat down with singer, Pete Stahl (Scream, Wool, Goatsnake) for a great discussion on Iggy Pop, singing on “Never Too Loud”, Nick Raskulinecz, Rancho de la Luna, Ian Svenonius and city mayors.

Episode #57: Dizzy Reed, Richard Fortus

Danko corralled both Dizzy Reed and Richard Fortus, Guns N’ Roses & Dead Daisies members, during the Uproar Tour this past summer to chat about ZZ-Top, Billy Idol, Rihanna, joining Gun N’ Roses, wearing capes and bowling with Chris Holmes.

Episode #56: Barrett Martin (Part One)

Danko sat down with Barrett Martin (Walking Papers/Screaming Trees/Mad Season) for discussions about Zen painting, Nirvana, Three’s Company, Steve Martin, Don Knotts & Fidel Castro.

Episode #55: Kevin Stewart-Panko, Nick Flanagan

Kevin Stewart-Panko, freelance music journalist and co-author of DO YOU HAVE ANYTHING TO DECLARE met up with Danko and Nick Flanagan to discuss how they met, touring, Slayer and of course, crossing borders.

Episode #54: Dregen, Pär Wiksten, JC

This summer in Stockholm, Danko and JC caught up with Dregen (Backyard Babies, Hellacopters) and his producer, Pär Wiksten, to discuss his new solo album, suitably titled – “Dregen”.

Episode #53: Doc Coyle

Danko caught up with Doc Coyle (ex-God Forbid) this summer on the Uproar tour and to talk Metal (like Morbid Angel, Megadeth), his recent departure from God Forbid and his new ventures.

Episode #52: Per Wiberg

Per Wiberg (Spiritual Beggars/Mojobone/King Hobo/ex-Opeth) met up with Danko during 2013′s Hellfest in France for a sit-down session where they talked about Ihsahn, The Roadburn Festival, Candlemass, Whitesnake, Urban Dance Squad and Corrosion Of Conformity.

Episode #51: Nate Newton

Nate Newton (Converge/The Doomriders) catches up with Danko to discuss The Doomriders and their new album, recording with Kurt Ballou, meeting Henry Rollins, the Embrace S/T album, “My War” by Black Flag, Ian Mackaye and Duff McKagan.