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 #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.


Episode #50: Leslie Feist, Brendan Canning, Nick Flanagan

To celebrate the podcast’s 50th episode, Leslie Feist and Brendan Canning join Danko and Nick to talk about Bruce Cockburn, A.C. Newman, performance tricks, Mastodon, Ron Sexsmith and kidney stones.


Episode #49: Lydia Criss

Danko recently caught up with Lydia Criss, the inspiration for the Kiss classic, “Beth”. It’s a one-on-one discussion about her incredible book, “Sealed With A Kiss”, about her marriage to Kiss drummer, Peter Criss.

Episode #48: Harald Oimoen

Danko caught up with Harald Oimoen, co-author of “Murder In The Front Row” and D.R.I. bassist, while on tour via Skype and they talked about Metallimansion, Paul Baloff, “posers”, Cliff Burton, Fred Cotton & Spasik Children and Watain.

Episode #47: Paul Bellini, Nick Flanagan

Danko and Nick talk to writer and comedian, Paul Bellini about his book “The Fab Columns”, Scott Thompson, Kids In The Hall, his “Do You Like To Watch” movie and comedic censorship.