Episode #134: London May

London May, drummer of Samhain/Distorted Pony/Dag Nasty, joins Danko again to talk about his new album, Devilution: The Early Years 1981-1993, a collection of tracks that spans his wide musical career. Talk ranges from Dag Nasty and Reptile House to Samhain and The Circle Jerks. This is also the world premiere of London’s new group, Personelle. This is a must-listen episode!

Episode #133: Roger Costa

Roger Costa, archivist/co-administrator of the Jeff Healey Estate, joined Danko to talk about Jeff Healey and the newly released album, “Heal My Soul”, a collection of very rockin’ lost Healey tracks. Talk also turned to Monster Records, Philip Sayce and the 50th Birthday celebration for Healey at Massey Hall this past May 2016.

Episode #129: Jason McMaster

Jason McMaster, singer of Broken Teeth/Dangerous Toys caught up with Danko to talk about the new Broken Teeth ep – “Bulldozer”, Tom G. Warrior, Gene Simmons, Lemmy, John Corabi, the “Too Much Trouble” book, Metallica boxsets, Charlie Sexton, Bobby Landgraf and the Broken Teeth (UK) band.

Episode #128: Entombed A.D.

Entombed A.D. jumped on the podcast to talk to Danko during their Toronto stop back in April 2016, while on tour with Amon Amarth and Exmortus. The whole band joined Danko to talk about their new album, “Dead Dawn”, Chuck Berry, Chuck Billy, being Swedish and LG Petrov as the first Uber driver ever.