Ages Of Rock Podcast

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This week we start out by talking about what we did over our summer break. Then we welcome Ros Radley to the show to talk about his book "Magic - KISS Chronicles 1973-1983". We talk about the project, discuss how it got started, hoops he had to jump thru, what his "Holy Grail" was, and more. This is a great episode with lots of KISS fan info. Sit back, enjoy, and go pre-order the book. Bill even placed his order while we were talking to Ros!
This week, Growin' Up Rock and Podcast Rock City's Sonny Pooni joins us as we each pick three songs for everyone to listen to and discuss. Find out why Bill only listened to 7.5 songs instead of 9. Before we dive in, everyone but Allen discussed their vinyl purchases for the week and Allen talks about the Manson/Zombie show.
In this episode we call Chip Z'Nuff and have a chat with him about the new Enuff Z'Nuff album Diamond Boy. Chip also talks about today's music industry and social media.
In this episode we welcome 'Nashville Rock N Pod Expo' contributor Sonny Pooni to the show to discuss his choice of topics, which was Underrated 80s Albums. This is a fun time and a great discussion. Don't miss it!
This week is another Podcast Crossover as our friend Steve Wright from Podder Than Hell joins us. After our usual tomfoolery, we discuss Steve's chosen topic, "What three bands would we like to see that we've missed?".
This week we discuss the recent Metallica and Kiss concerts at the Yum Center in Louisville, Kentucky. We are also joined by Jeff Gerbig, (who attended Metallica with Allen), Bryan Harris, and Phil Shouse (of the Gene Simmons and Ace Frehley Bands), who attended the Kiss show.
With the release of the movie "Bohemian Rhapsody" we decided to do a mixtape episode. Each of us, and our guest host (and long time Ages of Rock listener) Cailin Provo, list 15 songs we'd put on a mixtape if we were going to introduce Queen to someone who wasn't familiar with the band.
After another successful trip to participate in the Nashville Rock N Pod Expo, we have several interviews that we’re bringing to you in two separate episodes. In this episode we talk to Earl Skakel (Inappropriate Earl), Anthony Corder (Tora Tora), Under The Radar (a young talented band), and Paul Taylor (Winger).
Richmond, VA rocker Sammy Lee joins the boys from Indiana to discuss the band Red Reign and their self-titled EP. The best part of the EP is that it has 5 great songs so there's no need to hit the skip button. Check it out!
Superfan Andy joins us this week and gives an update on what's going to happen at the KISS Kruise Pre-party and drops a little knowledge about a couple songs Vinnie Vincent will be playing that night.
This week the Metal Cowboy, Ron Keel, takes time out from working on his latest studio project to have a conversation with us. He even gives us a quick tour of the studio. KBACK Radio: Ron’s Website:
In this week's episode we get Tod Howarth on to talk a little about his experience with the Indy KISS Expo. After our discussion with him, you'll see our interviews at the Expo with Tod, Pat Gasperini, and Rob Affuso.
Shim Moore talks to us on the phone this week about playing at Louder Than Life, recording his upcoming solo album, and his single Hallelujah.
Deen Castronovo calls in and talks to us about the Dead Daisies and other things he has going on.
On this week’s episode Bill Just Got Lucky enough to meet one of his Juke Box Heroes. We sit down with one of rock’s most talented bass player, producer, and writer. Ladies and Gentlemen please welcome to the show... Jeff Pilson.
Tod joins us this week and discusses what got him into music along with his time with 707, Ted Nugent, Cheap Trick, Frehley's Comet, and Four By Fate. He's clever and funny and we enjoyed him a great deal.
This week we welcome Rudy Sarzo to the show. Rudy talks about his time with Quiet Riot, Whitesnake, and Ozzy Osbourne, among others. You'll really get a kick out of his sense of humor.
We’re starting 2021 off with some new tunes from Weapon Of Anew! The new single “Sick Boy” recently dropped. Guitarist Freddy Ordine shares information about the band, first record, the new single, and long awaited forthcoming album release.
Our first guest of 2021 is none other than Jeff Pilson! He joins to discuss the new Heavy Hitters album with George Lynch and others. This a album of some older great songs rearranged with some great grooves and of course great riffs. As always it’s a great time when we get to sit down with a rock legend!
In our final episode of the year, we do our normal album acquisitions segment. We also bust on each other a little and talk about our 2020 guests and the artists we lost in 2020.
We're taking the week off from a regular episode but couldn't let the season go by without sending out our season's greetings...and other inappropriate comments!
We have a very special guest on the show this week, luthier Jacob Harper. Not only has he built fantastic guitars for many stars, he’s also built one for Dennis. He talks about how he became interested in building guitars AND we get the first peek at his first acoustic build.
Ricky Warwick joins Bill for a discussion about his new solo project “When Life was Hard and Fast” coming out February February 19,2021. Ricky is the voice and songwriter behind Black Star Riders and The Almighty.
The 40 year anniversary record reviews continue with our buddy Craig Osborn as we dissect the Def Leppard debut album “On Through The Night”. Even as Leppard fans we give an honest review...sometimes brutal.
REO Speedwagon ruled the early 80’s and it all started with the biggest selling record of 1981 - Hi Infidelity. AoRP follower Bryan Harris joins us to review this great record. We also discuss the death of Eric Carr.
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Created by
Allen Tate
Podcast Status
Oct 28th, 2015
Latest Episode
Jan 14th, 2021
Release Period
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour

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