The Adventures of Pipeman

The Adventures of Pipeman

Take some zany and serious journeys with The Pipeman aka Dean K. Piper, CST on The Adventures of Pipeman also known as Pipeman Radio syndicated globally "Where Who Knows and Anything Goes”. Listen to a show dedicated to motivation, empowerment, music, comedy, celebrities, shock jock radio, various topics, and entertainment. Hosted by The Pipeman who has been said to be hybrid of Tony Robbins, Batman, and Howard Stern. The Adventures of Pipeman is broadcast live daily 8am ET. The Adventures of Pipeman TV Show is viewed on Talk 4 TV (www.talk4tv.com). The Adventures of Pipeman Radio Show is broadcast on W4CY Radio (www.w4cy.com) and K4HD Radio (www.k4hd.com) – Hollywood Talk Radio part of Talk 4 Radio (www.talk4radio.com) on the Talk 4 Media Network (www.talk4media.com). The Adventures of Pipeman Podcast is also available on Talk 4 Podcasting (www.talk4podcasting.com), iHeartRadio, Amazon Music, Pandora, Spotify, Audible, and over 100 other podcast outlets.

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May 14, 2022 15 min
The Pipeman interviews Keith Wallen from the band Breaking Benjamin. Keith is glad concerts are coming back. He’s in South Carolina on tour with breaking Benjamin. After this he’s going on tour for his solo music. Keith never took playing live for granted. Since the pandemic he’s even more ready to play live. Keith solo album “This world or the next”. Keith first band he was in he was the singer. He feels he’s a better singer then ...
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The Pipeman interviews the band Skills. The band was put together by Frontier the label. It all started mid 2020 during the pandemic. The band electric mob was in the process of writing new music. Skills is a melodic hard rock vibe. Billy Sheehan, Brad Gillis and David Hoffenberg ready to go. Allison DelVecchio is the producer on the project. The fun part was having it sound different from his original band. He was born into rock a...
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The Pipeman interviews Stand on Sapphires the band. The pandemic has been a blessing in disguise. It allowed them to focus on creating music. This band started 3 months before the pandemic. They are really looking forward to the music that is coming out that was created the past 2 years. They look to other people for inspirations. This album them really wrote what they wanted to hear, and they are proud of it. Like The album Inviti...
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The Pipeman interviews Dmitri from Seventh Station. He is from Russia. The new music video had a lot of preparation to execute it with the animation. When they wrote the treatment for this song, they had a hard time getting it together. This song is part of a 3-song trilogy. This song is about against Dictatorship. Today his hometown is run by dictatorship. Everyone there has a mustache so that’s how the song came about. The band ...
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The Pipeman interviews Bloody Heels. The new album is called Rotten Romance. It got an 80s feel but has a 2022 feel to it. During the pandemic they had a chance to sit down a real perfect the new album. It was mostly the guitarist who wrote the songs. Music is supposed to make you think and feel something. The last albums were really 80s influenced. They wanted to make something new a fresh. They wanted to please themselves with th...
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May 14, 2022 29 min
The Pipeman interviews the band Venus 5. The band is a girl band. Each member is from a different country. This year they are not performing a Hells Fest. They will be going to Metal Fest in Slovenia. The new album they think is amazing. There music is kind of sort and hard at the same time. It represents each member of the band. They all grew up in different countries, so they all bring something to a different to the music. If th...
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The Pipeman interviews the band Breaking in a Sequence (BIAS). The newest single called Leave Me Be. is a bouncy new song. It has energy. They normally do a story telling style music. They wanted it to be something to sound in your face. The singer enjoys singing catchy melodies and doesn’t want to scream the entire song. They wanted the groove to be a bit more up-tempo style. Its one of their favorite tracks off the new record. T...
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May 14, 2022 34 min
The Pipeman interviews Devin from Anubis. An element he enjoys bringing into his music is the black metal sound. Introducing the death metal element will keep his audience guessing. I feel like a lot of artists are on auto pilot when creating. He been writing songs for years and haven’t found the right vocalist. After years he took some lessons and decided to sing himself. Being a vocalist, you can practice while in traffic to mak...
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The Pipeman interviews John La Macchia. This is his first solo work ever. The pandemic gave John the opportunity to write new music from him and that was true to him. He had time to work and perfect it during the pandemic. There was psychedelic vibe to the Bled Out video. The writing process was very therapeutic to John. Johns’ music can be very dark, and he sings about things that upset him. Because of that it allows him to releas...
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The Pipeman interviews Graham Bonnet of the Graham Bonnet Band about Day Out in Nowhere. It’s an old-school feel-good music. This past 2 years have been strange being at home. During that time, they have been creating the album. It took about a year to put together. Graham has a few shows lined up, but shows are still getting canceled. The last show Graham did was about 3 months ago in Germany. They are going through the songs and ...
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The Pipeman interviews Taylor from the band Left To Suffer about the new album And Dying Forever. The song overwhelming power is a one of the heavier songs they have. People are going to go crazier this new tour because of the pandemic and not being able to have shown. There is a band from Atlanta Georgia who enjoy playing music with each other and creating songs. They are independent. They get to write what they want. They are ju...
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The Pipeman interviews Kenny Dubman. His new song is called Modern Day Jesus off of Conflicted. It’s based on a charter that he made up for the song. He was leaving a store and passed by a guy who had a Jesus like figure. That began his thoughts on what if Jesus was here in human form. It came about a simple visual of a person on the street. During the pandemic he tried to keep his day to day going to keep it normal for him and his...
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The Pipeman interviews Joel Hoekstra. The idea was from The Frontiers Music srl. It was put together by the label for a new up and coming artist named Nathan James. The new single is called No Where to Run. Brings that 70-80s style music. It starts with Joel coming up with guitar riffs. He would send it off the get arranging. After that it went to Nathan to write lyrics on it. June 17th Second Skin gets released from Frontier the l...
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The Pipeman interviews Nick from Yacht Rock Revue the band. Each person in the band had their own live broadcast to engage with he fans during the pandemic. The Yacht Rock Revue is coming to Orlando, Destin and St. Augustine in Florida. Their secret sauce is when you play a little river song like guns and roses you get a great response from the audience. When the Yacht Rock started the Ronnie Dupre came by in NY and played a song w...
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The Pipeman interviews Lenne about A Sympathetic Antipathy. Since he tracked a lot of music during the pandemic, he had a lot of demos. They revisited a lot of stuff and made a lot of final decisions for the vocals. The original song didn’t make the EP. His mom recently passed from ALS. It started in Atlanta, and they kept writing and creating. They were doing everything in an electronic style like NIN. One day they decided to mak...
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The Pipeman interviews Scott from Space Vacation. Space vacation is when you’re staring off in the distance when you’re supposed to be doing something else. Scott is part of the NWOTHM. It means New Wave of The Heavy Metal. It’s a traditional style of metal with some heavy music. Its music to have a good time to and that invokes the music of 1982. Since 2007 when they started. Many bands try and recreate the sounds. They are bringi...
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The Pipeman interviews Sin Quirin. The new project was written as a cosmic heavy metal band. Siglos is the name. It came out to be from a bunch of songs he wrote during the pandemic era the last 2 years. The initial idea was to do a solo album and have a bunch of different vocalists on it. His producer suggests Pedro Sanchez to lay vocals on this song. Since then, they decided to make it an actual band and continue to make music. T...
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April 24, 2022 21 min
The Pipeman interviews Chris from Bodysnatcher. The band went through a massive member change in 2017/2018. He originally was the producer of the project that got them signed and became the drummer. Chris recorded this new album. Carter and Chris wrote most of the album. After the ideas are all flushed out, they come together and record all parts. They record bass and guitars first then they record the drums last. They play at Revo...
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The Pipeman interviews Sara Banta. Todays they are talking about sugar cravings. There's not just one reason that makes you crave sugar, and there are three reasons they give you that need for the sweet taste. We have three parallel pathways in the body to recognize and seek that sweet taste, and these three pathways are based on increasing. Dopamine levels in the brain. Now, dopamine is what we're striving for with cocaine...
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April 13, 2022 30 min
The Pipeman interviews Toschie from Audrey Horne from Norway. Music is great therapy and great way to release tension. He creates hard rock, metal and punk style music. Right now, the younger generation growing up now are much saner than the older generation. Its time to have the grown ups step aside. Toschie had played a lot of festivals during his career. After a show Toschie went out after a show wearing a pink tee shirt with t...
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