On this episode of Talking Metal, Mark Strigl talks with Billy Joel's drummer Chuck Burgi. Chuck has played with Hall & Oats, Bon Jovi, Tokyo Motor Fist, Steve Brown, Rainbow, Blue Öyster Cult, Bob Kulick and many more.
Part 1 of Mark talking with Chuck can be found here on Apple Podcasts.
The video and musical tribute to Bob Kulick, The World I Used to Know can be found here on Bruce Kulick's YT page. It features Peppy Castro (Lead Vocals and guitar), Doug Katsaros (Keyboards and vocals), Chuck Burgi: (Drums) and Bruce Kulick (Lead Guitar). Mixed by Tony Bongiovi and the staff at The Power Station studios in Pompano FL. The video was edited by Doug Katsaros.
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