Weekly Podcast with in-depth profile interviews with a variety of Musicians and Producers of guitar based music.
Ep. 105: Ian Little (Producer: Duran Duran) Part 2
We continue our interview with Ian Little, and learn about the writing and recording process for "Seven and the Ragged Tiger", his life and career post Duran as well as his new Music Outreach Project (MOP).
Learn more about the music outreach project at: www.facebook.com/groups/950332548477378/
Ep. 104: Ian Little (Producer: Duran Duran)
Producer Ian Little joins us to discuss his life and career. In part one of a two part interview, Ian discusses his early days, how he got started in music and takes us up to (and including) the recording of the Duran Duran single "Is There Something I Should Know?"
Ep. 103: Kelly Hansen (Foreigner, Hurricane)
Kelly Hansen joins us to discuss his career. From his early days, to forming Hurricane (and their four albums), working with Stuart Smith in Heaven & Earth, Unruly Child, Into The Light (with past guest Tim Donahue) and joining Foreigner (and his 13 years in the band).
Ep. 102: Chris Tsangarides (Producer: The Tragically Hip, Judas Priest, Gary Moore)
Producer Chris Tsangarides joins us to discuss his life and career. From how he got started in the industry, to working on legendary albums by Judas Priest, Gary Moore, Thin Lizzy and The Tragically Hip.
Sadly, Gord Downie passed away just a few days after we recorded this interview.
Ep. 101: Patrick Francis (Tora Tora)
This episode we learn about the life and career of Patrick Francis from Tora Tora. He discusses his early days, formation of Tora Tora, success with "Surprise Attack", recording of "Wild America" onset of grunge, recording and shelving of "Revolution Day", the band breakup, reunion and eventual release of the "lost album". We finish on the news of new recordings.
This episode was recorded live at the Nashville Rock N Pod Expo. Big thanks to Chris Czynszak from The Decibel Geek Podcast for putting together the event!
Ep. 100: Steve Thompson (Metallica, Guns 'n Roses, Cinderella)
Steve Thompson joins us for episode 100! Steve discusses his early days, how he got into production, working with Guns n' Roses, Metallica, Dokken, Cinderella and many more. He also plays us some clips of his newer music.
I love this podcast! It is clear that Brian is a big fan of the music and his warmth and insightful open questions allow the musicians/producers/engineers to really open up and share their memories. As a long time hard rock music fan to hear these guys recount stories from the past about the creative process is a real eye opener.
Must have podcast.
Brian’s interviews are perfect. He draws the best out of everyone he speaks with and the mix of artists vs ‘behind the scenes’ pros has opened up a world of interest. Highly recommended.