The Story of Rock and Roll Radio Show

The Story of Rock and Roll: Episode 46

November 29, 2019 Season 1 Episode 46
The Story of Rock and Roll Radio Show
The Story of Rock and Roll: Episode 46
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The Story of Rock and Roll: Episode 46
Nov 29, 2019 Season 1 Episode 46
James Daubeney

Welcome to Episode 46 of The Story of Rock and Roll Radio Show.  It went on air at midnight Friday morning 29 November 2019.  Time flew as it always does when fun was being had.  The big news of the week was my interview with Tommy Thayer, lead guitarist for KISS.  I was lucky enough to get the chance to interview him on Wednesday night and it was an absolute pleasure to talk to him.  I had planned to play the interview on this episode but given that there are only 2 hours I didn’t want to lose 15 min of high grade music time with an interview so the interview is now a stand-alone podcast, check it out amongst the other podcasts.  Nothing like doing shows at two in the morning, I see I said that Lyzyrd Kyngs spelt their name the same way as Thin Lizzy do, when it was supposed to be the way Lynyrd Skynyrd do.  Obviously something to do with the zzzzzzzz’s  

The highlight of the show was definitely Billy Bragg, he doesn’t get a lot of air play but man, that aggressive guitar just sets the studio alight, it sounds so raw and pissed-off.  Steve Jones, doing a cover of Bowie's Suffragette City, also got the Whatsapp lines buzzing as did the comment about Michael Jackson.  HIM made their first appearance on TSORR and UK blues hero Aaron Keylock was also a first timer.  Machine Head’s Davidian sounded as powerful as ever and certainly reaffirmed my belief that Burn My Eyes is one of the finest Metal albums ever released.  All in all a very mixed bag with no obvious weak links in my opinion, see what you think.   

Artists featured included:  Van Halen, Judas Priest, The Donna’s, Joe Bonamassa, Lyzyrd Kyngs, Billy Idol, My Chemical Romance, Wolf Mother, Marilyn Manson, Tesla, Steve Jones, Y&T, Volbeat, Whiskey Myers, In Flames, HIM, Chickenfoot, Aaron Keylock, The Gaslight Anthem, Billy Bragg, Machine Head, Me & That Man, The Damned Things, The Wildhearts, Cold Chisel & Burn The Priest

Show Notes

Welcome to Episode 46 of The Story of Rock and Roll Radio Show.  It went on air at midnight Friday morning 29 November 2019.  Time flew as it always does when fun was being had.  The big news of the week was my interview with Tommy Thayer, lead guitarist for KISS.  I was lucky enough to get the chance to interview him on Wednesday night and it was an absolute pleasure to talk to him.  I had planned to play the interview on this episode but given that there are only 2 hours I didn’t want to lose 15 min of high grade music time with an interview so the interview is now a stand-alone podcast, check it out amongst the other podcasts.  Nothing like doing shows at two in the morning, I see I said that Lyzyrd Kyngs spelt their name the same way as Thin Lizzy do, when it was supposed to be the way Lynyrd Skynyrd do.  Obviously something to do with the zzzzzzzz’s  

The highlight of the show was definitely Billy Bragg, he doesn’t get a lot of air play but man, that aggressive guitar just sets the studio alight, it sounds so raw and pissed-off.  Steve Jones, doing a cover of Bowie's Suffragette City, also got the Whatsapp lines buzzing as did the comment about Michael Jackson.  HIM made their first appearance on TSORR and UK blues hero Aaron Keylock was also a first timer.  Machine Head’s Davidian sounded as powerful as ever and certainly reaffirmed my belief that Burn My Eyes is one of the finest Metal albums ever released.  All in all a very mixed bag with no obvious weak links in my opinion, see what you think.   

Artists featured included:  Van Halen, Judas Priest, The Donna’s, Joe Bonamassa, Lyzyrd Kyngs, Billy Idol, My Chemical Romance, Wolf Mother, Marilyn Manson, Tesla, Steve Jones, Y&T, Volbeat, Whiskey Myers, In Flames, HIM, Chickenfoot, Aaron Keylock, The Gaslight Anthem, Billy Bragg, Machine Head, Me & That Man, The Damned Things, The Wildhearts, Cold Chisel & Burn The Priest

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