John Garcia (Kyuss, Unida, Hermano, Slo-Burn) stopped by to talk about his new S/T solo album and the song, “5000 Miles”, that Danko wrote for him. It’s a Bromance, folks.
We’re happy to announce the release of our first live album ever - “Live At Gröna Lund”, recorded in Stockholm on May 16th 2014. It’s released exclusively on Spotify on August 11th. Check out the cover, tracklist and a clip of “Had Enough” taken from the show below.
1. Who Got It?
2. Sugar Chocolate
3. Play The Blues
4. First Date
5. I Think Bad Thoughts
6. She’s Drugs
8. Heartbreak’s A Blessing
9. Baby Hates Me
11. Best Good Looking Girl in Town
12. Full Of Regret
13. Mango Kid
14. Sex Change Shake
17. Had Enough
18. Code Of The Road
20. Bring On The Mountain
Brendan Canning of Broken Social Scene joins Danko and Nick for another casual conversation about scoring the Paul Schrader film – “The Canyons”, James Deen, Filter, Neutral Milk Hotel, 90′s R&B jams, Blind Vengeance & Daniel Richler.
Danko recently talked to Jim Rota, singer and guitarist in Fireball Minstry, and producer of Dave Grohl’s superb “Sound City” documentary. They talked Kiss, Jesse Margera, the new Foo Fighters HBO show – “Sonic Highways” and how Nikki Sixx of Motley Crue is just about the coolest guy in the world.
Bruce Dickinson of Iron Maiden sat down with Danko back in 2003 to talk about singing techniques. This discussion originally aired back when Danko was conducting his “Singer’s Clinic” series. Here it is again for all to hear.
We’re happy to announce that we will play KOI Music Festival in Kitchener, ON on Friday September 19th. For more info and tickets, go here.
Danko caught up with Metal Blade founder and CEO, Brian Slagel, to talk about Ratt, Don Jamieson, Jim Florentine, Iron Maiden, Metallica, Kiss, Gwar and Sacred Reich.
Sean Cullen, comedian extraordinaire, returns to the podcast to talk to Danko and Nick about Stephen King, his “Seanpod” podcast, marriage and Edward G. Robinson.