Welcome to Ages of Rock Podcast! Your co-hosts, Allen Tate, Bill Algee and Dennis Talbott are 3 middle aged, semi mature, Midwestern men.... Talking Rock!
This week Jason Herndon from KISS My Wax Records joins us to discuss a few Slaughter albums they’re releasing on vinyl. He also explains why so many vinyl releases are on back order. Finally, we discuss the differences between regular royalties and mechanical royalties and why you’re responsible for paying both when you’re reissuing previously released materials. This is a fascinating discussion you don’t want to miss.
Tonya LeeAnne is here discuss a new upcoming EP from Lydia’s Castle. The band is great addition to the rock scene in Nashville.
This week we take a look at the article "Top 10 Songs Kiss Haven’t Played on the End of the Road Tour Yet" from the Ultimate Classic Rock website and start at #10 and work our way to #1 and discuss whether we’d want to see each song be added to the setlist during their final tour.
This week Dennis is on vacation so Bill and Allen talk to Will and Mikey from Chains Over Razors about their new single, their upcoming album, and how it’s performing on the Billboard charts. They also talk about who produced their album. Check it out, people!
She said it would only take a minute and a half but we stretched to twenty!! New frontman for Nova Rex, John Bisaha, pulls in for an update on the band’s new single and future plans.
This week we are joined by long time listener David Cathey as we discuss our top 5 songs from the non-makeup KISS era.
It took us almost 6 1/2 years but we’ve made it to our 300th episode. This week we take a look back at our favorite episodes and guests. We also talk about some of the friends we’ve made along the way and the fun things we got to do because of the show.
On our 299th episode we sit down again with The Metal Cowboy, Ron Keel. Always a great conversation, Ron talks about his new multi media company and his Movie and Music projects. Ron is never one for lack of words and always the gentleman.
Ages of Rock has gone country! Bill and Allen spend some time with Terry McBride from McBride and the Ride. Terry has a long musical past that includes stints with Delbert McClinton, Stevie Ray Vaughn, his father, and his own band. He is working on new material and is recording in Peter Frampton’s studio in Nashville. There are some great stories and some fan moments for Bill.
This week we talk to the members of the band Fevertree about their recently released lyric video for the song “More Than Enough” from their upcoming album “Social Mediocrity” which will be released on February 25, 2022.
This week’s planned interview got rescheduled so we’re bringing you a mixed bag of topics this week. Besides album acquisitions, we also discuss the Spotify, Neil Young, & Joe Rogan ultimatum, a tweet by Dee Snider, and the upcoming Creaturefest scheduled for Memorial Day weekend.
You wanted the best … and we’ve got the next best thing! Klassik ‘78 joins us to talk about their new project “Phantoms”. Great discussion about resurrecting the KISS sound of 1978.
Bill’s friend Scott “Willy” Wilson shares his list as the guys play a round of Crank it or Yank it… Top 10 songs you HAVE to turn it up to 11 or 18!!! So get off your fat ass and crank it up!! Please list your top 10 in the comments!!
So we did this thing at the beginning of the new year to talk about what we did last year to get this year started off right… so hit the play button and relive the memories!
Bass shredder Jack “The Ripper” Ryan discusses his current stint as the bass player for “That Arena Rock Show” and making the final 10 as Steel Panther searches for a new bassists. This dude is a product of good parenting!
This week Dennis and Allen are joined by the members of Pump5 while Bill is off on a last minute trip to see the Trans-Siberian Orchestra in Indianapolis. Pump5 talks about their upcoming album and a couple videos and singles they’re about to release. As always, there’s lots of laughter and chaos.
This week we are joined by Bill’s son, Alex, as we discuss 10 songs we consider iconic. We also explain what criteria we each used to choose our lists. As always, there’s lots of laughter and ball busting in this episode.
This week we take a look at the debut album from Skid Row. We also do our regular pre-conversation banter, including giving Dennis a hard time for playing with his “tool” during last week’s show.
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