Comedian Jim Florentine is finally on the podcast and talks to Danko about his comedy albums, Awful Jokes From My First Comedy Notebook, I’m Your Saviour and I Got The House, opening for Slayer, Californication, VH1’s That Metal Show and his upcoming book Everybody Is Awful (except you) which comes out February 2018.
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!
Damian returns to the podcast to talk about his new upcoming Vice television show called “The Wrestlers”, music beefs and wrestling podcasts.
(Outro music “Two Words: Suck It” by Teen Crud Combo)
Professor Rob Bowman is a Grammy award winner and one of the world’s top music authorities on Soul and R&B music. He is also Danko’s old university professor! He’s written countless liner notes and writes the program for the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame. If you count yourself a music fan, this episode is a must-listen. Professor Bowman jumps on the podcast to talk about soul singer, Jackie Shane, who has just released a career retrospective double album with The Numero Group called, “Any Other Way”.
Nick Flanagan returns to the podcast after over a year away and squashes the beef he had with Danko. Nick has a new comedy album called Wiped Privilege on Comedy Dynamics.
The legendary voice of Trouble, Eric Wagner jumps on the podcast to talk about Trouble, The Skull, Dave Grohl & Probot, Roadburn Festival, Blackfinger and the new Blackfinger album, “When Colors Fade Away”, on M-Theory Audio.
Harley Flanagan is on the podcast. ’Nuff said. The man, the legend. His book, “Hardcore: A Life Of My Own”, is an incredible read and out on Feral House books. Harley and Danko talk about writing the book, Motörhead, Anthony Bourdain and, of course, The Cro-Mags. This episode is a must-listen.
Mike Alonso, drummer of Flogging Molly, jumps on the podcast to talk about garage rock, Katmandu, Speedball, joining Flogging Molly, Metallica and tape trading.
Nick Sewell returns to talk about Biblical’s new album, “The City That Always Sleeps”, The Hellacopters, Glenn Danzig, The Misfits and The Dwarves. Nick Flanagan returns as well with his first appearance in over a year.