Nick and Danko do their yearly Q&A, answering questions from the internet.
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!
Michael Sweet, singer/guitarist of Stryper, joins Danko on the podcast to discuss the last 3 Stryper records, his solo album, writing and recording, the upcoming Stryper documentary and the future of Stryper Expos. Even if you’re not a Stryper fan, it’s amusing to listen to Danko fanboy out on Michael.
Daniel Dekay jumps on the podcast to debate Destroyer by Kiss with Danko. This is a track by track rundown of Kiss’ most popular album. Someone likes this album, the other one not so much. FYI, Daniel loves it.
Neal Brothers potato chips are the best chips in the world. Peter Neal, one half of Neal Brothers foods, jumps on the podcast to talk about their incredible potato chips, tortilla chips, their mayonnaise, their cannabis edibles, Chef Vikram Vij, Chef Chuck Hughes, their 30 Acts Of Goodness, the O’Grady’s Sour Cream & Bacon potato chip, and the possible Kiss Chip.
Damian and Nick drop by to chit chat. This is Part 2 of a Black Coffee Brigade summit that started on Nick Flanagan’s Nick Flanagan Weakly podcast.
The story of Ensign Broderick reads like a Hollywood music docu-drama. After decades of keeping his music from the world, Broderick released 5 albums last year on Six Shooter Records. His new album, Blood Myth, came out this April. Danko talked to Ensign Broderick about his story and his music.
Devin Townsend returned to the podcast while Danko was at the Namm show in Los Angeles this past January to talk about attending Namm, Mutation, The Wildhearts, Chris Jericho and Tiffany.
His brilliant new album, Empath, is out now.
Danko features 9 new exciting RNR bands playing out there today.
There needs to be a cohesive Rock N’ Roll scene and this episode is an attempt.
Bands spotlighted – Prima Donna, Telephone Lovers, Phil Campbell & The Bastard Sons, Royal Republic, Here Lies Man, King Gizzard &The Lizard Wizard, Public Animal, The Freeks, The East Side Gamblers and Radkey.