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Barstool Rockers is a weekly 'magazine style' podcast focusing on classic, prog and most every aspect of rock music. Hosted by two life-long fans, it aims to inform and hopefully entertain.

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54: Desmond Child
<p class="">Grammy-winning and Emmy nominated songwriter - producer Desmond Child recently eleased DESMOND CHILD LIVE on BMG, a new live album showcasing his global mega-hits recorded at Feinstein’s/54 Below in New York City.  Chronicling his monumental career, Child takes the stage with his dynamic band and featured guests as they perform his biggest songs including “Livin’ On A Prayer,” “You Give Love A Bad Name,” “I Was Made For Lovin’ You,” “Dude Looks Like A Lady,” and “Livin’ La Vida Loca.”</p> <p class="">Over the past five decades of #1 hits, Desmond Child has had more than eighty Billboard Top 40 singles to his credit which have sold over 500 million records worldwide in addition to downloads, YouTube views and streaming plays in the billions. From Aerosmith to Zedd, Child continues to fill the airwaves with genre-defying mega-star collaborations including KISS, Bon Jovi, Cher, Joan Jett, Alice Cooper, Michael Bolton, Ricky Martin, Katy Perry, Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, Garth Brooks, Meat Loaf, Sia, Cyndi Lauper, Christina Aguilera and most recently Barbra Streisand.</p> <p class="">Thanks as always to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, please <a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe">consider subscribing to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please consider giving us a favorable rating AND subscribing at iTunes, Spotify, the iHeartRadio app or wherever you’re listening to us. Every positive review helps new listeners find the show.</p>
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53: John Lodge
<p class="" data-pm-slice="1 1 []">John Lodge is bass guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter for the iconic Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame 2018 inductees, The Moody Blues. Songwriter of such mega Moody Blues hits from “Ride My SeeSaw,” to “I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock and Roll Band),” “Isn’t Life Strange?” and many more, Lodge has been performing and recording with The Moody Blues for more than five decades,selling in excess of 70 million albums.</p> <p class="">Lodge has been voted one of the “10 most influential bass players on the planet,” and has been the recipient of many awards, including ASCAP (American Society of Composers and Publishers), an Ivor Novello Award, to name just a few.</p> <p class="">Thanks as always to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, please <a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe">consider subscribing to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please consider giving us a favorable rating AND subscribing at iTunes, Spotify, the iHeartRadio app or wherever you’re listening to us. Every positive review helps new listeners find the show.</p> <p class="" data-pm-slice="1 1 []">This year, John released “BYOND - The Very Best Of” via BMG. The incredible new album featuring 3 new recordings, 2 new remixes, and other tracks chosen by John as he revisits the very best of his career with the Moody Blues and his solo work.</p>
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52: Gregg Rolie
<p class="" data-pm-slice="1 1 []">Two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Gregg Rolie joins us on this episode of the podcast to talk about his new album Sonic Ranch. It’s his first album in quite some time, and he spent a few minutes with us chatting about it.</p> <p class="">Thanks as always to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, please <a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe">consider subscribing to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please consider giving us a favorable rating AND subscribing at iTunes, Spotify, the iHeartRadio app or wherever you’re listening to us. Every positive review helps new listeners find the show.</p>
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51: Robbie Robertson
<p class="" data-pm-slice="0 0 []">Inspired by his decades of creating and composing music for film and filled with an enthralling set of songs exploring the darker corridors of human nature, <strong>Robbie Robertson</strong>’s aptly titled, evocative new solo album <strong><em>Sinematic</em></strong> was released on <strong>September 20</strong> via <strong>UMe</strong>. <em> </em></p> <p class="">For his new album, Robertson drew inspiration from his recent film score writing and recording for director Martin Scorsese’s eagerly anticipated organized crime epic “<strong>The Irishman</strong>,” as well as the feature documentary film, “<strong>Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band</strong>,” based on his 2016 <em>New York Times</em> bestselling memoir “<strong>Testimony</strong>.”</p> <p class="">Thanks as always to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, please <a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe">consider subscribing to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please consider giving us a favorable rating AND subscribing at iTunes, Spotify, the iHeartRadio app or wherever you’re listening to us. Every positive review helps new listeners find the show.</p>
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50: Shaun Murphy
<div id="block-7acdf7870a35bb52c6a0" class= "sqs-block html-block sqs-block-html" data-block-type="2"> <div id="yui_3_17_2_1_1570026129365_746" class="sqs-block-content"> <p id="yui_3_17_2_1_1570026129365_745" class="">It seems appropriate that we publish our 50th episode featuring a singer/songwriter who is celebrating her 50th year on stage. That’s right… She started when she was TWO at the Ann Arbor Blues Fest in 1969.</p> </div> </div> <div id="block-yui_3_17_2_1_1569533261835_54488" class= "sqs-block image-block sqs-block-image sqs-col-6 span-6 float float-left sqs-text-ready" data-block-type="5"> </div> <div id="block-yui_3_17_2_1_1569533261835_54775" class= "sqs-block html-block sqs-block-html" data-block-type="2"> <div class="sqs-block-content"> <p class="">If you’re a Classic Rocker, Shaun Murphy’s voice is one you’ve heard numerous times, but probably don’t realize it. She’s been recording with Bob Seger since 1972’s Katmandu and started singing with him on the road in 1978. They’re currently out on Bob’s (farewell) Roll Me Away tour and we chatted about whether she thought she’d be collaborating with Bob after the final bow and more.</p> <p class="">She also performed on Eric Clapton’s “Behind the Sun” album and sang on <em>that</em> tour as well. Her voice is present on several songs, including the hit She’s Waiting. During the tour, they played Live Aid, to over 100,000 people.</p> <p class="">Shaun was a member of Little Feat for 16 years, from 1993 through 2009. According to the band, her “energy and powerful, seasoned, bluesy vocalizations certainly upped the fun quotient for a recharged Little Feat.”</p> <p class="">She’s worked with Bruce Hornsby, Joe Walsh, Glenn Frey, The Moody Blues, John Hiatt, Herbie Hancock, Phil Collins, Maria Muldaur, Michael Bolton and Alice Cooper to name a few.</p> <p class="">Shaun also fronts her own band: <a href= "https://shaunmurphyband.com/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">The Shaun Murphy Band</a>. Her solo material has been nominated for three Grammys and has won <em>multiple</em> blues awards.</p> <p class="">In short, Shaun has seen more of the evolution of the music business than most people, and after it all she’s still one of the kindest people you’ll ever encounter.</p> <p class="">Thanks as always to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, please <a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe">consider subscribing to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please consider giving us a favorable rating AND subscribing at iTunes, Spotify, the iHeartRadio app or wherever you’re listening to us. Every positive review helps new listeners find the show.</p> <p class=""><a href= "https://shaunmurphyband.com/">https://shaunmurphyband.com/</a><br /> <a href= "https://www.instagram.com/shaunmurphyband/">https://www.instagram.com/shaunmurphyband/</a><br /> <a href= "https://twitter.com/shaunmurphyband?lang=en">https://twitter.com/shaunmurphyband</a><br /> <a href= "https://www.facebook.com/ShaunMurphyBand/">https://www.facebook.com/ShaunMurphyBand/</a><br /> <a href= "https://open.spotify.com/artist/1twaZYQvHBNn2eHbY4vc8m">https://open.spotify.com/artist/1twaZYQvHBNn2eHbY4vc8m</a><br /> <a href= "https://www.youtube.com/ShaunMurphyBand">https://www.youtube.com/ShaunMurphyBand</a></p> </div> </div>
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49: Robert Berry
<div id="pieWrapper" class="pie-wrapper show">It’s been awhile since we had a chance to chat with Robert Berry, and he’s been BUSY since last we spoke, to say the least. 3.2 is on tour now, crossing the country and paying tribute to the musical genius of Keith Emerson.. During the conversation we touched on everything from Carl Palmer to what bass strings he uses, to breakfast cereal!</div> <div id="yui_3_17_2_1_1569509295542_332" class= "blog-item-content e-content"> <div id="item-5d8a8a17154767368e2a9d8b" class= "sqs-layout sqs-grid-12 columns-12" data-layout-label="Post Body" data-type="item" data-updated-on="1569360815833"> <div id="yui_3_17_2_1_1569509295542_331" class="row sqs-row"> <div id="yui_3_17_2_1_1569509295542_330" class= "col sqs-col-12 span-12"> <div id="block-1ea0bc9259f7882c3e38" class= "sqs-block html-block sqs-block-html" data-block-type="2"> <div class="sqs-block-content"> <p class="">Little did we know that Robert was a fan of Frosted Flakes and to this day plays a Washburn custom bass that Sammy Hagar gave him as a gift. Along the way we learned what they have planned for Progstock coming up in New Jersey and whether or not they’re going to continue along the arc of 3.</p> <p class="">The band is made up of Robert, Jimmy Keegan, Paul Keller and Andrew Colyer. Robert talks about just how amazing the band is and how well (and quickly) they came together as a group.</p> <p class="">If you get a chance to catch the live show, you owe it to yourself to do so. It has been receiving rave reviews everywhere they’ve performed. For our Wisconsin listeners, they’ll be playing Shank Hall in Milwaukee on October 20.</p> <p class="">Thanks as always to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, please <a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe">consider subscribing to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please consider giving us a favorable rating AND subscribing at iTunes, Spotify, the iHeartRadio app or wherever you’re listening to us. Every positive review helps new listeners find the show.</p> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div>
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48: David Ellefson
<p class="" data-pm-slice="1 1 []">David Ellefson is one of the coolest guys in Rock & Roll. Aside from being the bass player in Megadeth, he’s also an author and entrepreneur who owns his own coffee company. With names like “Roast in Peace” and the roasts for some of his friends like “Dark & Twisted” (Eddie Ojeda of Twisted Sister), “Get Off Your Ass” (Autograph), “Slave to the Grind (Skid Row), and more, he has the corner on the market for Metal coffee.</p> <p class="">After his 2013 memoir “My Life With Deth” was so successful, he followed it up with “More Life WIth Deth” picking up the story after his departure from Megadeth in the mid-2000s, through his triumphant return in 2010, giving you an inside look at the continued saga of one of the World’s biggest, and most enduring, Heavy Metal bands.</p> <p class="">The Grammy Award-Winning bassist spent some time chatting with Finn a few weeks ago when he was in the area, giving us some insight into his book tour, coffee and bandmate Dave Mustaine’s current health.</p> <p class="" data-pm-slice="1 1 []">Thanks as always to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, please <a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe">consider subscribing to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please consider giving us a favorable rating AND subscribing at iTunes, Spotify, the iHeartRadio app or wherever you’re listening to us. Every positive review helps new listeners find the show.</p>
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47: Steve Hackett
<p class="" data-pm-slice="1 1 []">We pay tribute to Eddie Money in the intro, recorded on Friday the 13th. Then it's on to a chat with Steve Hackett in which he talks about his coming tour of the US and gives us his views on the potential of a Genesis reunion.  Will we see one? He doesn't say no...</p> <p class="" data-pm-slice="1 1 []">We were too late to include news of the passing of Ric Ocasek, but we want to extend our condolences to everyone his life and music touched.</p> <p class="">Thanks as always to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, please <a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe">consider subscribing to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please consider giving us a favorable rating AND subscribing at iTunes, Spotify, the iHeartRadio app or wherever you’re listening to us. Every positive review helps new listeners find the show.</p>
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46: Lita Ford
<p class="">Here’s someone else who has SEEN IT ALL. Lita Ford was first recruited by Kim Fowley to join the all-female band the <strong>Runaways</strong> and in 1979 she headed out on her own. In 1980, after the breakup of the Runaways, she signed with Mercury Records and released her solo debut: <em>Out For Blood.</em> From there, she continued until 1995, when she went on a hiatus. In 2008, she came back with a vengeance and hasn’t let up since.</p> <p class="">Thanks as always to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, please <a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe">consider subscribing to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please consider giving us a favorable rating AND subscribing at iTunes, Spotify, the iHeartRadio app or wherever you’re listening to us. Every positive review helps new listeners find the show.</p>
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45: Denny Laine
<p class="" data-pm-slice="0 0 []"><strong>Denny Laine</strong> was a co-founding member of the Moody Blues. He left the band in 1966 to form the <strong>Electric String Orchestra</strong>. From there it was <strong>Ginger Baker’s Air Force</strong>. Along the way, he got to know Paul McCartney musically and personally and after some other projects, it was on to help form <strong>Wings</strong> with Paul and Linda.</p> <p class="">He left Wings in 1981 and kept a fairly low profile, but has released a dozen solo albums along the way. He was <em>finally</em> inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in April of 2018 with his fellow members of the Moody Blues.</p> <p class="">These days, he performs with the <strong>Denny Laine Trio</strong> and <strong>Denny Laine & the Moody Wing Band.</strong></p> <p class="">There’s PLENTY more to learn so have a listen to the conversation Finn had with the legendary <strong>Denny Laine.</strong></p> <p class="">Thanks as always to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, please <a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe">consider subscribing to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please consider giving us a favorable rating AND subscribing at iTunes, Spotify, the iHeartRadio app or wherever you’re listening to us. Every positive review helps new listeners find the show.</p>
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44: Dave Clark (on Freddie Mercury)
<div class="body"> <div id="item-5d54db962b21520001181ea1" class= "sqs-layout sqs-grid-12 columns-12" data-layout-label="Post Body" data-type="item" data-updated-on="1565842902629"> <div class="row sqs-row"> <div class="col sqs-col-12 span-12"> <div id="block-83812a45685d2438726f" class= "sqs-block html-block sqs-block-html" data-block-type="2"> <div class="sqs-block-content"> <p class="">If you haven’t seen Bohemian Rhapsody, see it. This story picks up mere months after Queen’s iconic performance at Live Aid, when Freddie Mercury was recruited by his dear friend, Dave Clark (Dave Clark 5) to record a track for a star-studded concept album based on “Time”: A sci-fi, rock musical written by Clark. A few months later, Freddie Mercury returned to Abbey Road studios to record a second song: ‘Time.’</p> <p class="">Finn had a few minutes with Dave Clark to talk about the process and Dave shared some humorous memories.</p> <p class="">Thanks as always to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, please <a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe">consider subscribing to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please consider giving us a favorable rating AND subscribing at iTunes, Spotify, the iHeartRadio app or wherever you’re listening to us. Every positive review helps new listeners find the show.</p> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> <div class="post-injection"> </div> <div class="post-meta"> </div>
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43: Lou Gramm
<p class="" data-pm-slice="0 0 []">There’s not a lot we can say about Lou Gramm that you don’t already know. As a youngster he sang and played drums for his band <em>Black Sheep</em> that released a single called “Stick Around.” On tour with KISS, an icy accident claimed their equipment truck and the lack of ability to support its albums with live performances caused the band to disband.</p> <p class="">Along the way, Lou met Mick Jones and when <em>Black Sheep</em> disbanded, it just so happened Jones was in search of a lead singer for a band he was assembling. That band was <em>Trigger</em> which eventually was renamed <em>Foreigner.</em></p> <p class="">The bands first eight singles cracked the Billboard Top 20 and the band was a huge success. Gramm & Jones had a volatile chemistry but their creativity was second to none. After Foreigner’s “Agent Provocateur” album took three years to release due to creative differences between Jones & Gramm, Lou felt the winds blowing him toward Solo work.</p> <p class="">Gramm’s first solo album, 1987’s <em>Ready or Not</em> was met with critical acclaim and the song “Midnight Blue” cracked the top five.</p> <p class="">The 90s saw Lou doing ample solo work along with providing vocals for Christian rock band Petra’s Petra Praise 2: We Need Jesus.” On the eve the band was to head to Japan for a tour, Lou was diagnosed with a type of brain tumor called a <a title="" href= "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Craniopharyngioma">craniopharyngioma</a>. Even though it was benign, the treatment damaged his pituitary gland. The recovery program caused him to gain weight, which likewise affected his stamina and voice. By ‘98, he was back to touring with Foreigner, playing summer festivals and small markets.</p> <p class="">In 2003, he again departed Foreigner to go solo.</p> <p class="">On June 13, 2013, he and Mick Jones were reunited once again, as inductees to the Songwriters Hall of Fame. Their body of work was recognized by their peers, and the duo performed “I Want to Know What Love Is”</p> <p class="">After that, Gramm joined Mick Jones, Al Greenwood, Ian McDonald and the current lineup of Foreigner for three songs at a Foreigner 40th Anniversary show at Jones Beach Theatre in Long Island, New York. They continued to do shows with original members and current members sporadically, during their 2018 tour dates, filming the shows for later release.</p> <p class="">Double Vision: Then and Now, A Celebration Concert Series with Current & Original Band Members will be released in October of 2019 and there’s talk of some new recordings coming out with Lou Gramm on vocals.</p> <p class="">On Saturday, August 17, Lou Gramm will be performing as part of the 80s in the Dells show alongside Asia on the Crystal Grand’s Indoor Stage.</p> <p class="">Thanks as always to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, please <a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe">consider subscribing to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please consider giving us a favorable rating AND subscribing at iTunes, Spotify, the iHeartRadio app or wherever you’re listening to us. Every positive review helps new listeners find the show.</p>
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42: Corky Laing
<p class="">Corky Laing started his life in 1948 as the youngest of five siblings in Montreal, Canada. His early bands enjoyed a good local following, opened for many of the popular British invasion acts and, ultimately, got a record deal with Atlantic Records in New York. Through the teenage summers, his band was a regular on the Island of Nantucket, Massachusetts and frequented clubs in New York City. In September 1969, his life changed for good when Mountain happened. There started a few crazy years of rock mayhem. Mountain was followed by West, Bruce and Laing – a super group featuring Leslie West, Jack Bruce and Corky that was destined for greatness, but brought to an untimely end by the darker forces of the music scene. After West, Bruce and Laing, Mountain continued to tour and record on and off. The months and years off left Corky with plenty of time for his own musical explorations and other careers. He released a solo album, almost set up another super group, worked in a driving service and in real estate, had a senior position at Chappell Music and became a vice president of A&R at Polygram, Canada.</p> <p class="">During his career, Corky has played, written and toured with the who’s who of rock. Keith Moon was a close pal, and Levon Helm, a mentor and friend. Eric Clapton played on his solo album and Tony Williams recommended to Jack Bruce that Corky should be included in West, Bruce and Laing. Corky Laing All Star Show Band included Mick Taylor, Lester Chambers and Meatloaf. Corky has written, among others, with Peter Frampton, Mick Jagger, Ian Hunter, Mick Ronson, and obviously, with Leslie West, Felix Pappalardi and Jack Bruce. At the Lone Star Café in New York, he partied with the likes of Robin Williams and John Belushi.</p> <p class="">However, Letters to Sarah (Polite Bystander Productions, 2019) is a rock autobiography with a difference. In addition to the exceptionally honest and endearing voice of Corky chronicling the ups and downs of his life, there are excerpts from dozens of letters (out of the c. 200) that Corky wrote to his mother, Sarah, between the years 1963 and 1997. She had saved them all. The letters were a way for Corky, away on the road for years on end, to keep in touch with his roots and also, to make sense of his life. This continues in Letters to Sarah, as Corky relives the first 50 years of his life, up until his mother’s passing in 1998.</p> <p class="">The book opens with a Foreword by the incomparable Kinky Friedman. It was written together with Corky’s manager and partner, Tuija Takala, PhD, who is a widely published academic author and who, initially discovered the letters to Sarah tucked away in a box at Corky’s rehearsal studio.</p> <p class="">Thanks as always to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, please <a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe">consider subscribing to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please consider giving us a favorable rating AND subscribing at iTunes, Spotify, the iHeartRadio app or wherever you’re listening to us. Every positive review helps new listeners find the show.</p>
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41: Alice Cooper
<p>He needs no introduction.  His side project, The Hollywood Vampires, just released a new album entitled RISE.  He's heading out with his own band on the "Ol' Black Eyes Is Back" tour in a few days and he was just in the news for being part of a supposed death pact with his wife of 45 years.</p> <p>Alice Cooper is one of the main-stays of rock music and the godfather of shock.  You're just as likely to see him spending time with a guillotine as you are with a pet snake or playing 9 holes of golf.</p> <p>Thanks as always to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, please <a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe">consider subscribing to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please consider giving us a favorable rating AND subscribing at iTunes, Spotify, the iHeartRadio app or wherever you’re listening to us. Every positive review helps new listeners find the show.</p>
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40: Ed Roland / Collective Soul
<p>2019 is proving to be a bright and shiny 25th anniversary year for Atlanta multi-Platinum rockers COLLECTIVE SOUL, and they’ll be celebrating their ongoing legacy in all-out style with a little bit of the old and a lot of the new. They’re in it for the long haul and are gearing up to keep the party going.</p> <p>Thanks as always to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, please <a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe">consider subscribing to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please consider giving us a favorable rating AND subscribing at iTunes, Spotify, the iHeartRadio app or wherever you’re listening to us.  Every positive review helps new listeners find the show.</p>
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39: Chuck Garric
<p>Chuck Garric is one of the hardest-working bass players in rock music today.  Not only has he toured and played a key role in Alice Cooper's band since 2002, he also fronts his own band, Beastö Blancö, alongside Calico Cooper.  He has also co-written songs for Alice Cooper.</p> <p>A Nashville native, Chuck has played with a with Turd, The Druts, L.A. Guns, Dio, and the Eric Singer Project.  He's also played bass for Billy Bob Thornton, Ted Nugent, Don Felder, and Journey at the Alice Cooper Christmas Pudding for the past three years.</p> <p>Beastö Blancö recently wrapped up touring in support of their latest album "We Are" and is currently prepping for a tour with Alice Cooper that starts in weeks.</p> <p>Thanks to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, please <a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe">consider subscribing to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review. It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it.</p>
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38: Begin the Begin / Robert Dean Lurie
<p class="" data-pm-slice="0 0 []">Begin the Begin is the first biography of R.E.M. wholly researched and written since they disbanded in 2011. It offers by far the most detailed account of the group's formative years--their early lives, their first encounters with one another, their legendary debut show, early tours in the back of a van, initial recordings, their shrewdly paced rise to fame.</p> <p class="">The people and places of the American South are crucial to the R.E.M. story in ways much more complex and interesting than have previously been presented, claims Robert Dean Lurie; he explores the myriad ways in which the band's adopted hometown of Athens, Georgia--and the South in general--shaped its members and the character of their art. The South is much more than the background here; it plays a major role: the creative ferment that erupted in Athens and gripped many of its young inhabitants in the late 1970s and early '80s drew on regional traditions of outsider art and general cultural out-thereness, and gave rise to a free-spirited music scene that produced the B-52's and Pylon, as well as laying the ground for R.E.M.'s subsequent breakout success.</p> <p class="">Lurie has tracked down and interviewed numerous figures in the band's history who were underrepresented in, or absent from, earlier biographies--they contribute previously undocumented stories and cast a fresh light on the familiar narrative.</p> <p class="">ABOUT ROBERT DEAN LURIE</p> <p class="">Robert Dean Lurie is a writer and musician based in Tempe, Arizona. He received his MFA in Creative Writing from the University of North Carolina Wilmington and is the author of "Begin the Begin: R.E.M.'s Early Years," "We Can Be Heroes: The Radical Individualism of David Bowie," and "No Certainty Attached: Steve Kilbey and The Church."</p> <p class="">Thanks to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, please <a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe">consider subscribing to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please consider giving us a favorable rating AND subscribing at iTunes, Spotify, the iHeartRadio app or wherever you’re listening to us.  Every positive review helps new listeners find the show.</p>
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37: Rick Nielsen / Cheap Trick
<p>If Rick Nielsen weren’t one of rock and roll’s most colorful and accomplished characters in real life, there’s no way to have dreamed him up. A homemade cartoon figure who is also a down-to-earth family man. A superlative guitarist who makes it look like a goof onstage. An inveterate joker whose best-known song is a sincere request for love. You think it’s all an image, a pose? Spend a few minutes with the man and you’ll find out just how wrong you are. (From RickNielsen.com)</p> <p>Thanks to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, please <a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe">consider subscribing to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review. It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it.</p>
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36: Mick Box / Uriah Heep
<p>A “proper rock show” is what Mick Box is promising on the upcoming Uriah Heep tour, as they support Judas Priest through mid 2019. The band’s 25 album / 50 year path gave us SO MUCH to talk about with Mick and the whole time, it felt like we had known him for years. We chat about writing, touring, balancing family with rock & roll, recording ‘old school’ style, performing with Earth Wind & Fire, and how to deal with an audience that’s so drunk, the police pull the plug on the show.</p> <p>Thanks to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, please consider <a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">subscribing to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review. It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it.</p>
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34: Don Felder
<p class="">He played a role in one of the most epic guitar solos EVER. His double-neck guitar is in the New York City <a href= "https://www.metmuseum.org/exhibitions/listings/2019/play-it-loud" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Metropolitan Museum’s <strong>Play It Loud: Instruments of Rock & Roll</strong></a> exhibition. He took a little time out while he was in New York City for the opening of that exhibition to chat with Finn about his new album, <em>American Rock ‘n’ Roll,</em> his legendary guitar and teaching Tom Petty.</p> <p class="">Thanks to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, please <a href= "https://barstoolrockers.squarespace.com/subscribe">consider subscribing to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review. It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it.</p>
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33: Michael Schenker
<p>Michael Schenker is a changed man. With a career stretching back to 1969, the German guitar virtuoso is an artist for whom the term ‘volatile’ has sometimes seemed invented. Recorded with singers and musicians associated with Michael in previous decades, the aptly-titled Resurrection sees Schenker embracing his past to build something fresh and exciting. We had a brief window of time to chat with the legendary guitarist about where he draws inspiration from, the new project and more.</p> <p>Thanks to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, <a href="https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe" target= "_blank" rel="noopener">please consider subscribing to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review. It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it.</p>
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32: Uli John Roth
<p>Uli Jon Roth is widely regarded as one of the greatest guitar players ever. He is one of the last greats who is still around to present his magical style of playing which he already forged in the late Sixties when he was still in his teens. Uli played his first ever show in December 1968 - at the age of 13 - and to celebrate his upcoming 50th Stage Anniversary, he will perform concerts across North America this spring. He had some time to chat with us recently during an extended visit to a truckstop in Canada....</p> <p>Thanks to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, <a href="https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe" target= "_blank" rel="noopener">please consider subscribing to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review. It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it.</p>
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31: Jesse Colin Young
<p>With songs like Darkness, Darkness, Lightshine, Sunlight, Sugarbabe, Songbird and The Youngblood's version of Get Together, Jesse Colin Young has influenced and shaped the character of<br /> American music for over 50 years. Jesse Collin Young has a new album out called Dreamers, and spent some time chatting w/ Finn.</p> <p>Thanks to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, please consider subscribing to our podcast through your favorite app. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or<br /> review. It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it.</p>
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30: Jim Breuer
<p>Jim Breuer had some spare time on his hands so he spent a few minutes talking with Finn. His new album, "Jim Breuer: Live From Portland" just arrived. It was recorded at Helium Comedy Club and features 14 brand new tracks, were Breuer shares stories from his recent tour with Metallica, aging, and the best part about getting a colonoscopy.</p> <p>Thanks to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, please <a href="https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe" target="_blank" rel="noopener">consider subscribing to our podcast through your favorite app.</a> If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review. It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it.</p>
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29: Danny Goldberg / Serving the Servant
<p data-pm-slice="0 0 []">“Serving The Servant: Remembering Kurt Cobain,” an amazing read from Danny Goldberg is out today on the 25th anniversary of the passing of Kurt Cobain. The Nirvana manager from 1990-1995 had a chance to spend a few minutes talking to Finn  In the book he shares his memories of his brief but momentous time with Kurt and the band, with candor, honesty and empathy.</p> <p data-pm-slice="0 0 []">Give a listen and get the book.</p> <p data-pm-slice="0 0 []">Read more about the book at <a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">barstoolrockers.com</a></p> <p data-pm-slice="0 0 []">Thanks to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, please <a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">consider subscribing to our podcast</a> through your favorite app. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review. It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it.</p>
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28: Carl Palmer's Prog Rock Camp
<p>Carl Palmer took a few minutes to chat with us about his upcoming Prog Rock Camp in November, along with some chatting about Asia, ELP, and other projects he’s been involved with over his illustrious career.</p> <p>Acclaimed British Rock Musician Carl Palmer (solo artist and founding member of EMERSON LAKE & PALMER and ASIA) To Launch First Annual Musical Progressive Rock Camp Designed ForMusicians and Fans To Learn First Hand!</p> <p>http://carlpalmer.com/ProgRockCamp/ProgRockCamp-Main.php</p> <p>World famous drummer/musician Carl Palmer has announced a musical learning experience for drummers, guitarists, bassists, keyboardists and vocalists called Carl Palmer's Prog-Rock Camp.Featuring Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy and very special guests: guitarist Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal (ex-Guns N Roses; Sons Of Apollo) and Derek Sherinian (ex-Dream Theater, Alice Cooper, Sons Of Apollo), the camp will run for 3 days in Philadelphia and allow the attendees to learn first hand from some of rock’s greatest musical icons. More guests to be announced. Registration is now open and is on a first, come first served basis. A sell out will be 100 registrants.</p> <p>“This camp will be a special dream come true for me, “ says Carl Palmer, who has spent many years as an educator and demonstrator of advanced percussion. “It is not designed to be a ‘fantasy’ event, but rather, a complete three day educational adventure for those who really want to improve and advance their musical craft. Of course, fans who want to take in the experience, are welcomed, as well.This is a chance to sit one on one with some of the contemporary musical greats and learn.”</p> <p>The Camp will begin on Friday, November 8th. and will include three days of events. Among the highlights: Master Classes with Carl Palmer, guitarists Paul Bielatowicz and Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal, bassist Simon Fitzpatrick, and keyboardist Derek Sherinian; An informative Q&A with Carl Palmer, his band, and the special guests; a complete Saturday evening concert with CARL PALMER’S ELP LEGACY featuring the greatest music of Emerson Lake &Palmer; the WORLD PREMIERE of a never-before-seen complete concert film: ELP LIVE IN SOUTH AMERICA 1997; performances by bands assembled from the attending campers; plus seminars on artist management & booking; a seminar by a renowned life coach; new music technology displays; a Palmer Art Event and much more!</p> <p>The cost to attend Carl Palmer Prog Rock Camp is $1,399 and includes all events, classes, concert, meals, parking, and hotel lodging.A deposit is required at registration, which will cap at 100 campers.</p> <p>Thanks to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, please consider <a href= "https://barstoolrockers.squarespace.com/subscribe">subscribing to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review. It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it.</p>
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27: Rock Hall '19 Induction w/ Sal Cirrincione
<p>Our buddy Sal joined us on the podcast this morning after attending the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony over the weekend. We got his perspective on how things went and what folks have to look forward to when they see select portions on HBO.</p> <p>We also planned a trip to hang out and watch Baseball.</p> <p>A native of Brooklyn, New York, Sal Cirrincione got his start in 1983 at the legendary WNEW-FM/AM in New York City where he worked in news production, promotion and as a producer for remote broadcasts. In 1987, he headed to Connecticut to become a promotion director at WRKI in Danbury, followed by, in the same role, WHCN in Hartford.</p> <p>In 1990, Sal returned to New York City, first taking a position at Neer Perfect Productions, followed three years later by MJI Broadcasting where he created a daily music news and audio service for rock radio. Today’s Rock Facts, and its spinoff, The Classic Daily, are still the leading sources of music news and artist interviews for over 100 of the top rock and classic rock stations across America.</p> <p>MJI was purchased by Premiere Radio Networks in 1999 and Sal made the transition where he continues in his role as Senior Director of Rock Programming and Specials. In addition to writing The Classic Daily, he is also responsible for artist interviews, including numerous sessions with members of The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, The Who, Eric Clapton, Bruce Springsteen, Elton John, U2 and hundreds of others. He also covers top music events around the world; produces award-winning specials, including iHEARTRADIO’s Icons series; and has been the MC on the four Moody Blues Cruises, its spinoff, On the Blue, as well as the Rock Legends Cruise 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7.</p> <p>He resides in New Jersey with his dog Brody.</p> <p>Thanks to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, please consider <a href= "https://barstoolrockers.squarespace.com/subscribe">subscribing to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review. It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it.</p>
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26: Robin Trower
<p>There are legends and then there are legends. Robin Trower is BOTH. He played with Procul Harum and fronts his own power trio that will be visiting the Pabst Theater in Milwaukee on April 14th. He has a new album out too called Coming Closer to the Day on which he plays all the musical instruments (sans drums) and provides the vocals.</p> <p>Robin had just a few minutes to spend with us on the phone to talk about what shaped him musically, the new album, the tour and more.</p> <p>Thanks to Anastasia Vishnevsky for our theme music and as always, please consider <a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">subscribing to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review. It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it.</p> <p><a href="https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe" target= "_blank" rel="noopener">https://www.trowerpower.com/</a></p>
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25: Brian Wheat / Tesla
<p>Finn had the opportunity to chat with Brian Wheat, one of the founding members of the band Tesla about their new album "Shock." It was produced and co-written by Def Leppard's Phil Collen. They talk about longevity, breakups, reunions, influences and more.</p> <p>You can subscribe to our podcast through your favorite app. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review. It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it.</p> <p>https://teslatheband.com/</p> <p>https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/shock/1445190271</p>
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24: Michael Ciravolo / Beauty in Chaos
<p>The morning after the 20th anniversary of his marriage to his wife Tish,  Michael Ciravolo took some time to talk with us about <strong><em>Beauty in Chaos</em>.</strong> We talked about the album’s guests and their contributions as well as the role(s) his wife and daughters played in the project.</p> <p>Along the way, we also answered the <em>pressing questions</em> like, “Is it really a Van Halen reunion if Michael Anthony isn’t on stage?”</p> <p>Michael Ciravolo is also the President of Schecter Guitars and we only recently learned of this project through Anastasia Vishnevsky, who is the composer and producer of our <a href= "https://youtu.be/fYT5ly_1c2E" target="_blank" rel="noopener">theme music</a>.  She uses a Schecter guitar on much of her music.</p> <p>The album is going through a reinterpretation project with several producers and artists taking part.  They’ve also re-recorded a few songs with strings and piano.</p> <p>Michael recently had the solo on Un-Natural Disaster re-recorded by none other than Zakk Wylde and there’s a video in production for it.  Zakk & Ice T have already shot their parts and we should be seeing it soon.</p> <p>You can <a href= "https://barstoolrockers.squarespace.com/subscribe">subscribe to our podcas</a>t through your favorite app. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review.  It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it. </p> <p data-pm-slice="1 1 []"><a href= "https://www.beautyinchaosmusic.com/" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">https://www.beautyinchaosmusic.com/</a></p> <p><a href="https://twitter.com/MichaelCiravolo" target="_blank" rel="noopener">https://twitter.com/MichaelCiravolo</a></p> <p><a href="https://www.facebook.com/beautyinchaosmusic/" target= "_blank" rel= "noopener">https://www.facebook.com/beautyinchaosmusic/</a></p> <p><a href="https://beautyinchaos.bandcamp.com/releases" target= "_blank" rel= "noopener">https://beautyinchaos.bandcamp.com/releases</a></p>
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23: Carmine Appice
<p><strong>Carmine Appice</strong> is a legend when it comes to drumming.  AS Rick Van Horn said in Modern Drummer magazine (1999) "Carmine Appice set the foundation for heavy drumming ... before Bonham, before Ian Paice... before anyone else."  He's played with a wide range of bands from Vanilla Fudge, Blue Murder, Rod Stewart, King Kobra, Ozzy Osbourne, Paul Stanley, Ted Nugent, Cactus, and Rod Stewart to name a few.  He even performed on Pink Floyd's "Dogs of War."</p> <p>He's currently celebrating the reissue of "Carmine Appice's Guitar Zeus" which, released last month, features his '95 and '97 installments of the album and pairs them with five new tracks, yielding a 33 song non-stop who's who of guitar wizardry.</p> <p>Also this year is the 40th anniversary of the Rod Stewart album B<em>londes Have More Fun</em> on which Carmine played, sang backing vocals and co-wrote the smash hit "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy." Carmine also co-wrote 1981's "Young Turks from Rod's T<em>onight I'm Yours</em> album.</p> <p>Carmine has written several books throughout his career from instructional to biographical.  In "Stick It.  My Life of Sex, Drums, and Rock 'n' Roll" he talks about how hung with Hendrix, trashed hotel rooms, and taught John Bonham (as well as Fred Astaire) a thing or two about drumming (along with some more colorful memories).</p> <p><a href="http://www.carmineappice.net" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">http://www.carmineappice.net</a></p> <p><a href="https://twitter.com/carmineappice1" target="_blank" rel="noopener">https://twitter.com/carmineappice1</a></p> <p><a href="https://www.facebook.com/CarmineAppiceOfficial" target= "_blank" rel= "noopener">https://www.facebook.com/CarmineAppiceOfficial</a></p> <p><a href="https://barstoolrockers.com/subscribe/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">You can subscribe to our podcast</a> through your favorite app. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review.  It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it.</p>
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22: Steve Hackett
<p>Steve Hackett is heading out on tour this year in support of his newest album <em>At The Edge of Light. </em>He took a little time to chat with us about the album his live shows, Genesis, GTR, and how his music is more like a painting.</p> <p>You can <a href="https://barstoolrockers.com/subscribe/" target= "_blank" rel="noopener">subscribe to our podcast</a> through your favorite app. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review.  It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it.</p>
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21: Randy Bachman
<p>Randy Bachman will be playing a show locally, in our home-base of Eau Claire, WI at the <a href="http://www.pablocanter.org" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Pablo Center</a> in a few weeks and we had a chance to talk to him as part of a press junket. A brief chat with an icon of the Classic Rock world, whose latest album "By George, By Bachman" pays tribute to Beatle George Harrison.</p> <p>Randy gives us some insight as to his inspiration for the album and love for the Beatles, as well as a brief chat about a favorite topic of the podcast: The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.</p> <p><a href="https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe/" target= "_blank" rel="noopener">You can subscribe to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review.  It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it.</p>
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20: "Where's the Tylenol?"
<p>The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has spoken, and 7 bands will be inducted in January including: Stevie Nicks, Def Leppard, Radiohead, Roxy Music, The Zombies, The Cure and... Janet Jackson??</p> <p>Needless to say, one of our hosts began his meltdown even before he walked in the door.</p> <p>You can <a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe">subscribe to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review.  It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it</p>
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19: Class of 2019
<p>The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has announced their "Class of 2019" nominees and, as usual, there are a few names included that, in our eyes, may or may not belong.  If the place only had wings...</p> <p>Check out barstoolrockers.com for more info on this episode and the Michael McDonald video.  Also, if you'd like to let us know what YOU think about the Hall of Fame, shoot us an email: barstoolrockers@gmail.com.</p> <p>You can <a href= "https://barstoolrockers.squarespace.com/subscribe">subscribe to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review.  It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it.</p>
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18: Lawrence Gowan
<p data-pm-slice="1 1 []">Lawrence Gowan had a massively successful career as a solo artist (Gowan) in Canada and in 1999, decided to change directions and took up keys & vocals for the Classic Rock powerhouse, Styx. We got a chance to talk with Lawrence and learn about his past, discuss the latest Styx album and find out who would open if his band and Styx played a double bill together.</p> <p>You can <a href="../../../subscribe">subscribe to our podcast through your favorite app</a>. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review.  It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it</p>
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17: Have a Point
<p>It's been a few weeks since we chatted about the happenings around music.  Seemed like a good day to catch up on things like: Ozzy's LAST EVER tour, Madonna's tribute to Aretha, the first performer at Stonehenge, Ghost's Halloween show, covering oldies, the new AC/DC rumors, Alice Cooper's thoughts on today's musicians, Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody soundtrack, Steve Perry, Michael Schenker, Mr. Big and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame</p> <p><br /> You can <a href="https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">subscribe</a> to our podcast through your favorite app. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review.  It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it.</p>
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16: Robert Berry, 3.2 (Part 2)
<div id="yui_3_17_2_1_1535576871902_5767" class="sqs-row"> <div id="yui_3_17_2_1_1535576871902_5768" class= "sqs-col sqs-col-12"> <div id="block-7fa35a66917daa891a91" class= "yui3-widget yui3-block-base yui3-block-parent-base sqs-block-html sqs-block html-block"> <div id="yui_3_17_2_1_1535576871902_5207" class= "sqs-block-html-content sqs-block-content"> <div id="yui_3_17_2_1_1535576871902_5224" class= "sqs-dd-invalid-handle yui3-widget sqs-html"> <div id="yui_3_17_2_1_1535576871902_5226" class="sqs-html-content"> <p id="yui_3_17_2_1_1535576871902_5796">We wrap up our conversation with Robert Berry, talk about the new album from the band 3.2 entitled, <em>The Rules Have Changed. </em>This is a continuation of the album that Robert made with Carl Palmer and Keith Emerson back in the late 80s with the band 3, called <em>To the Power of Three.</em></p> <p>We spend some time talking about Keith, Robert's musical career, prog rock, the 80s, washing dishes, the December People and more.  </p> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> <div id="yui_3_17_2_1_1535576871902_5769" class="sqs-row"> <div id="yui_3_17_2_1_1535576871902_5770" class= "sqs-col sqs-col-6"> <div id="block-yui_3_17_2_1_1535575745600_25834" class= "yui3-widget yui3-block-base yui3-block-parent-base sqs-block-html sqs-block html-block"> <div id="yui_3_17_2_1_1535576871902_5303" class= "sqs-block-html-content sqs-block-content"> <div id="yui_3_17_2_1_1535576871902_5320" class= "sqs-dd-invalid-handle yui3-widget sqs-html"> <div id="yui_3_17_2_1_1535576871902_5322" class="sqs-html-content"> <p>If you haven't yet heard the album, you can get it from <a href= "https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-rules-have-changed/1383345495" target="_blank" rel="noopener">iTunes</a>, stream it on <a href= "https://open.spotify.com/album/6OgfPZvyN3omHL3FMnaK76?si=CdRLePyYTp6yFD75gbP_Gw" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Spotify</a> and <a href= "https://www.iheart.com/artist/32-32162473/albums/the-rules-have-changed-56990451/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">iHeartRadio</a>, the <a href= "https://www.frontiers.shop/new-releases/738/3.2-the-rules-have-changed-cd-jewelcase" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Frontiers Records website</a>, <a href= "https://www.amazon.com/Rules-Have-Changed-3-2/dp/B07D5R6GFK" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Amazon</a> and anywhere great music is found.</p> <p>The album features the last musical work from the late, great Keith Emerson, as he and Robert were sharing musical ideas and mapping out the album that came about after his passing.</p> <p>Check out Robert's website: <a href= "http://www.robertberry.com/" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">http://www.robertberry.com/</a></p> <p>Visit our website at <a href="http://www.barstoolrockers.com" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">http://www.barstoolrockers.com</a>.</p> <p>If you want to help support us, subscribe to our podcast through your favorite app. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review. It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it.</p> <p> For a list of sources you can subscribe via, visit <a href="http://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">http://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe</a></p> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div>
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15: Robert Berry, 3.2 (Part 1)
<div id="yui_3_17_2_1_1535576871902_5767" class="sqs-row"> <div id="yui_3_17_2_1_1535576871902_5768" class= "sqs-col sqs-col-12"> <div id="block-7fa35a66917daa891a91" class= "yui3-widget yui3-block-base yui3-block-parent-base sqs-block-html sqs-block html-block"> <div id="yui_3_17_2_1_1535576871902_5207" class= "sqs-block-html-content sqs-block-content"> <div id="yui_3_17_2_1_1535576871902_5224" class= "sqs-dd-invalid-handle yui3-widget sqs-html"> <div id="yui_3_17_2_1_1535576871902_5226" class="sqs-html-content"> <p id="yui_3_17_2_1_1535576871902_5796">We're joined by Robert Berry to talk about the new album from the band 3.2 entitled, <em>The Rules Have Changed. </em>This is a continuation of the album that Robert made with Carl Palmer and Keith Emerson back in the late 80s with the band 3, called <em>To the Power of Three.</em></p> <p>We spend some time talking about Keith, Robert's musical career, prog rock, the 80s, washing dishes, the December People and more.  </p> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> <div id="yui_3_17_2_1_1535576871902_5769" class="sqs-row"> <div id="yui_3_17_2_1_1535576871902_5770" class= "sqs-col sqs-col-6"> <div id="block-yui_3_17_2_1_1535575745600_25834" class= "yui3-widget yui3-block-base yui3-block-parent-base sqs-block-html sqs-block html-block"> <div id="yui_3_17_2_1_1535576871902_5303" class= "sqs-block-html-content sqs-block-content"> <div id="yui_3_17_2_1_1535576871902_5320" class= "sqs-dd-invalid-handle yui3-widget sqs-html"> <div id="yui_3_17_2_1_1535576871902_5322" class="sqs-html-content"> <p>If you haven't yet heard the album, you can get it from <a href= "https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-rules-have-changed/1383345495" target="_blank" rel="noopener">iTunes</a>, stream it on <a href= "https://open.spotify.com/album/6OgfPZvyN3omHL3FMnaK76?si=CdRLePyYTp6yFD75gbP_Gw" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Spotify</a> and <a href= "https://www.iheart.com/artist/32-32162473/albums/the-rules-have-changed-56990451/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">iHeartRadio</a>, the <a href= "https://www.frontiers.shop/new-releases/738/3.2-the-rules-have-changed-cd-jewelcase" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Frontiers Records website</a>, <a href= "https://www.amazon.com/Rules-Have-Changed-3-2/dp/B07D5R6GFK" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Amazon</a> and anywhere great music is found.</p> <p>The album features the last musical work from the late, great Keith Emerson, as he and Robert were sharing musical ideas and mapping out the album that came about after his passing.</p> <p>Check out Robert's website: <a href= "http://www.robertberry.com/" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">http://www.robertberry.com/</a></p> <p>Visit our website at <a href="http://www.barstoolrockers.com" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">http://www.barstoolrockers.com</a>.</p> <p>If you want to help support us, subscribe to our podcast through your favorite app. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review. It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it.</p> <p> For a list of sources you can subscribe via, visit <a href="http://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">http://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe</a></p> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div>
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14: Jeff Pilson of Foreigner
<p>One of THE NICEST guys either of us have ever spoken with, Jeff Pilson, currently of Foreigner, took some time out from his day to chat w/ us. We talked about the band, Jason Bonham, producing classical music, Dio, whether he thought Ronnie would be OK w/ the hologram tour and fond memories.</p> <p>Visit the website at <a href="https://www.barstoolrockers.com/" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">https://www.barstoolrockers.com</a>.</p> <p>If you want to help support us, subscribe to our podcast through your favorite app. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review. It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it.</p> <p>For a list of sources you can subscribe via, visit <a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe/" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">http://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe</a></p>
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13: Long Live the Queen
<p>We spend a little time talking about the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, and how her life has impacted so many.  Also Dio, Lindsey Buckingham, Steve Perry and Roger Daltrey</p> <p>Visit the website at <a href="http://www.barstoolrockers.com" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">http://www.barstoolrockers.com</a>.</p> <p>If you want to help support us, subscribe to our podcast through your favorite app. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review. It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it.</p> <p>For a list of sources you can subscribe via, visit <a href= "http://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">http://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe</a></p> <p> </p>
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12: And We're Back
<p>We spend some time chatting about AC/DC, Fleetwood Mac, 3.2 and what happens when two guys with big mouths get mics put in front of them AGAIN</p>
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11: Tom Petersson of Cheap Trick
<p>Finn had an opportunity to speak with Cheap Trick's Tom Petersson this week about his Rock Your Speech program and the new album "We're All Alright" coming out on June 16.  Rock Your Speech leverages the power of music to build language skills in children who are working to overcome a speech disorder.</p> <p>Barstool Rockers is a weekly 'magazine style' podcast focusing on classic, prog and most every aspect of rock music. Hosted by two life-long fans, it aims to inform and hopefully entertain. Visit the website at <a href="http://www.barstoolrockers.com" target= "_blank" rel="noopener">barstoolrockers.com</a>.</p> <p>If you would like to help support us, we have a '<a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/support/" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">digital tip jar</a>' and if you'd like to toss in a couple bucks to help defray the costs involved with doing the podcast, we would greatly appreciate it. You can also <a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe/" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">subscribe</a> to our podcast through your favorite app. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review. It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it.</p> <p>Find us on iTunes at: <a href= "https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1206184209" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1206184209</a></p>
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10: But Not Buffett!
<p>Note to self: Please make sure you press record on BOTH voices before you start recording!  We discuss the "hiatus" with the world of Heart, Styx and their concept album, Freddie Mercury, Michael Anthony and Journey.  Finally, we spend a good chunk of the pod discussing the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and the sea of snubs that need to be corrected.</p> <p>Barstool Rockers is a weekly 'magazine style' podcast focusing on classic, prog and most every aspect of rock music. Hosted by two life-long fans, it aims to inform and hopefully entertain. Visit the website at barstoolrockers.com.</p> <p>If you would like to help support us, we have a '<a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/support/" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">digital tip jar</a>' and if you'd like to toss in a couple bucks to help defray the costs involved with doing the podcast, we would greatly appreciate it. You can also <a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/subscribe/" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">subscribe</a> to our podcast through your favorite app. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review. It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it.</p> <p>Find us on iTunes at: <a href= "https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1206184209" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1206184209</a></p>
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8: Casey McPherson
<p>From the beginning, we wanted to feature some of the people who are making the music and today, we feature one of the people who will be helping to shape the future of music.  Casey McPherson is best known to many as the singer / guitar player from Flying Colors.  He also heads up the Austin, TX based Alpha Rev and is currently heading up a project called Cas.E Sessions, the Cas.E Studies. </p> <p>You can find out more about Casey's project at <a href= "http://www.casesessions.com/" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">casesessions.com</a> and please consider becoming a member.</p> <p>Barstool Rockers is a weekly 'magazine style' podcast focusing on classic, prog and most every aspect of rock music. Hosted by two life-long fans, it aims to inform and hopefully entertain. Visit the website at <a href="http://www.barstoolrockers.com" target= "_blank" rel="noopener">barstoolrockers.com</a>.</p> <p>If you would like to help support us, we have a <a href= "https://www.barstoolrockers.com/support/" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">'digital tip jar'</a> and if you'd like to toss in a couple bucks to help defray the costs involved with doing the podcast, we would greatly appreciate it. You can also subscribe to our podcast through your favorite app. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review. It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it.</p> <p>Find us on iTunes at: <a href= "https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1206184209" target="_blank" rel= "noopener">https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1206184209</a></p>
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7: And My Brain Left
<p>Things just got goofy at times. We spend a few moments on Sib Hashian's passing, Record Store Day, Mike McCready's Mr. Potato Head, Tool, The Dead and more.</p> <p>You can subscribe to our podcast through your favorite app. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review. It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it.</p> <p>Find us on iTunes at: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1206184209</p>
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6: With Chemistry...
<p>We start the day off talking about the passing of Chuck Berry and just some of the people he influenced. Then it's on to The Who in Vegas, Wolfgang Van Halen, Sammy talks about a VH reunion and what it would take, Pink Floyd Art, Meat Loaf the musical, Stairway to COURT and so much more.</p>
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5: Tired AND Scatterbrained
<p>Another trip to the chair, Yes will let bygones be bygones, Record Store Day is forthcoming, Black Sabbath SAYS it's over, Pat Benetar has more music coming and Jack White likes baseball bats.</p> <p>If you would like to help support us, please subscribe. If you like what you hear, please leave a rating and/or review. It helps our podcast rise through the rankings so others can discover it. Also, share the podcast with a friend who might like it too.</p> <p>Find us on iTunes at: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1206184209</p>
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0: Barstool Rockers Theme Music
<p>Written, performed and produced by our friend, Anastasia Vishnevsky.</p> <p>Barstool Rockers is a weekly 'magazine style' podcast focusing on classic, prog and most every aspect of rock music.  Hosted by two life-long fans, it aims to inform and hopefully entertain.</p>
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