Phil Rind is back on the podcast to discuss Awakening, Sacred Reich’s first album in 23 years. Talk revolves around making the new album, drummer Dave McClain, new guitarist – Joey Radziwill, Jello Biafra, karaoke, Phil Demmel & Violence and U2.
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!
Terrace House is a Japanese reality show and one of Danko’s favourite television shows. Bethy Squires, writer for Vulture and fellow Terrace House enthusiast, jumps on the podcast to talk all things Terrace House in anticipation for the upcoming new Terrace House season. This is for Terrace House fans only (and future fans).
Tony Higbee, guitarist for The Tom Keifer Band and singer/guitarist of The East Side Gamblers joins Danko on the podcast to discuss all things rock, joining Tom Keifer’s band, Chemokaze, Damon Johnson, The Wildhearts, Big Wreck and his love for Canadian rock music.
To celebrate the 200th episode, Danko celebrates the hard rock bands that have keeping the flame of rock alive. Thank you to The Supersuckers, Backyard Babies, Nashville Pussy, New Bomb Turks, The Hellacopters, Rocket From The Crypt, The Leather Uppers, The Bellrays, The Hives, Hardcore Superstar and Volbeat.
Per Wiberg returns to the podcast to talk about his debut solo album, Head Without Eyes. Bands like Candlemass, Switchblade and King Hobo are discussed as well. Billy Idol is briefly mentioned.
Nick and Danko do their yearly Q&A, answering questions from the internet.
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.