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.
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.
Ricky Tillo, guitarist for Lady Gaga, talked to Danko about them both being from Scarborough, Tim Stewart, Eddie Van Halen, Tosin Abasi, Mike Muir and his new rock band – Knives.
Abbath sat down with Danko, while in Toronto on his North American tour, to talk about Kiss and Motorhead…and even Van Halen.
Danny Young (Gluecifer, Smoke Mohawk, Bela B) jumps on the podcast to talk to Danko about Van Halen. Danny is the biggest Van Halen fan Danko knows. This is the 4th Van Halen-themed podcast episode but talk veers over to Bela B from Die Ärzte and Smoke Mohawk (*special thanks to Olle Burlin for tech rescues).
Adam Sewell (Stereo Dynamite Recordings) talked to Danko about working at The Record Peddler, playing in Monster Voodoo Machine, working with Simone Denny and managing Lacuna Coil.
Katon De Pena, singer of the legendary Hirax, is on the podcast to talk about taking care of your voice on tour, Lemmy Kilmister and Motörhead, being in charge of the the Lemmy statue, DJing at The Rainbow Bar & Grill, Phleg Camp, buying records and, of course, Hirax!!!
Chris Bruni is the owner of Profound Lore Records, one of the most interesting and heaviest music labels around. Danko drove to Kitchener, Ontario to talk to Chris at Profound Lore HQ about running a record label, living in Kitchener, experimental music, melody in music and his background in classical music.