“Brando was hands down my favorite interviewer.” - Roberta Freeman, Use Your Illusion singer “I always enjoy connecting to those who avoid the obvious pedestrian cliche rockisms and who will converse with intelligence, kudos. That makes for a worthwhile broadcast.“ - Alan Niven, former GNR manager ------- Past guests include: Alice Cooper, Rob Halford, Matt Sorum, Gilby Clarke, Frank Ferrer, Richard Fortus, Dave Kushner, Henry Rollins, Dave Mustaine, David Coverdale, Joe Elliott, Dee Snider, Dizzy Reed, Susan Holmes McKagan, Scott Ian, CM Punk, Tom Green, Pauly Shore, Eddie Trunk, Jim Breuer, Harry Shearer, Scott Stapp, Shelia E, Steven Van Zandt, Brain, Tommy Stinson, Steve Gorman, London Hudson, Alan Niven, Doug Goldstein, Sully Erna, Bootsy Collins, Roberta Freeman, Tracey Amos, Teddy Zig Zag AND MORE!! Not affiliated with the band Guns N' Roses. Current theme song created by Mike Squires.... Show More
Steve Riley returns to the podcast and this time he's bringing his LA Guns bandmate Kelly Nickels. They discuss their new album "Renegades" and reflect on the Sunset Strip in the 80s, including a fun story of Steve hanging with Eddie Van Halen to go see a young Randy Rhoads perform.
Special co-host, Mark Alexander-Erber of Golden Robot Records
Stone Gossard should be touring with Pearl Jam now, but 2020 happened. Silver lining? New band and album. Painted Shield's self titled debut hits 11/27. We talk the new album, plus reflect on Mother Love Bone, Temple of the Dog, and a Pearl Jam/GNR tour rumor.
The Metal God, Rob Halford joins us to talk about his new autobiography "Confess" and answers YOUR questions! Plus we meet Detroit guitarist Sammy Boller to chat about his new instrumental album "Kingdom of the Sun" and his favorite Slash solos.
As arguments and unrest populate headlines and divide households, Scott Stapp has released a powerful lyric video for “World I Used To Know." We discuss the song's message, plus Brando tells Scott his vision of a Stapp-led Velvet Revolver. How does he respond?
Back in Ep. 206, we met Brandon Fields who created an unnamed band with Todd Kerns and members of Ace Frehley's solo. Today, we meet "Minefield" with Brandon, Todd, and Mark Alexander (CEO of Golden Robot Records).
Fresh off the heels of his latest solo album, "Beautiful Things," Donnie Vie (former Enuff Z'nuff)talks to us about his career, where things stand with his former band, and how sobriety has changed his life.
Less Than Jake co-founder, guitarist and singer Chris DeMakes joins the podcast. We catch up on all the projects he is working on in quarantine, including his new "Chris DeMakes a Podcast," and of course talk about Guns N' Roses.
Comedian Joe List has appeared on numerous late-night talk shows and currently has a one hour special ‘I Hate Myself’ that is available on YouTube. We discuss the GNR joke in his special, his love of music, and the art of comedy.
Tracey Amos may be best known for being Guns N' Roses' backup singer during the Use Your Illusion era, but she is much more. Tracey joins us to discuss what important projects she is currently on and reminisce on her time with GnR.