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"Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon" is hosted by well respected music journalist Mitch Lafon. He's been covering the world of rock and music for over two decades now. In fact, his first interview was with KISS' Gene Simmons in June 1980 at age eleven. His vast knowledge of music combined with personal friendships with many of rock's greatest artists meld for very unique interviews that are part informative, part 'two friends talking', and part music savant. His interviews are widely sourced and referenced by leading rock publications. So, join Mitch every week to hear the interviews today that everyone will be talking about tomorrow.

Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon

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"Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon" is hosted by well respected music journalist Mitch Lafon. He's been covering the world of rock and music for over two decades now. In fact, his first interview was with KISS' Gene Simmons in June 1980 at age eleven. His vast knowledge of music combined with personal friendships with many of rock's greatest artists meld for very unique interviews that are part informative, part 'two friends talking', and part music savant. His interviews are widely sourced and referenced by leading rock publications. So, join Mitch every week to hear the interviews today that everyone will be talking about tomorrow.

    Pretty Maids singer - Ronnie Atkins

    Pretty Maids singer - Ronnie Atkins

    Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon presents Pretty Maids singer, Ronnie Atkins. Former Great White/Guns N' Roses manager, Alan Niven, co-hosts. Alan discusses band, Havana Black.


    On this episode, Pretty Maids singer Ronnie Atkins discusses the band's latest album Maid In Japan - Future World Live 30th Anniversary, how Sony Denmark stifled the band's growth, the classic album Future World, offers a health update, touring with Deep Purple and learning from Ian Gillan, the acoustic Stripped album, changing their sound over the years, Avantasia, and much more. 

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    • 40 Min.
    Legendary drummer Carmine Appice

    Legendary drummer Carmine Appice

    Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon presents legendary drummer Carmine Appice (recorded May 2020). Alan Niven co-hosts.

    Carmine discusses their song (in tribute to Ronnie James Dio) Monsters & Heroes, are 'Hollywood Square' type lockdown videos here to stay, the new Cactus album, Blue Murder, John Sykes, King Cobra, Kick Axe, Spencer Proffer, drummer Frankie Banali, Hear N' Aid and much more. 

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    • 31 Min.
    Survivor's Frankie Sullivan (recorded May 27th 2020)

    Survivor's Frankie Sullivan (recorded May 27th 2020)

    On this the 38th anniversary of the release of iconic single Eye Of The Tiger (May 29th 1982), Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon is proud to present Survivor founder and Eye Of The Tiger songwriter, Frankie Sullivan. Former Great White/Guns N' Roses manager, Alan Niven, co-hosts. 

    In his first interview in many years, Suvivor's Frankie Sullivan, discusses his upcoming solo album that will feature him on vocals, working with producer Ron Nevison, Heart, iconic single Eye Of The Tiger, is there a danger in self-producing albums, Thin Lizzy, the story behind Survivor's first album, Mötley Crüe's Dr. Feelgood, re-issuing the early album and lost demos, John Kalodner, lineup changes and the different singers (Dave Bickler, Jimi Jamison & Robin McAuley), his autobiography, vintage guitars, Frank & Sylvester Stallone, Starbucks, and so much more. 


    Quote - speaking of Mötley Crüe's Dr. Feelgood: "I heard the bass, drums and guitar and said, 'who in the f*** did this?'"


    "If I have any problem, it's how I can't get over how much I love music."
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    Ron Keel - South X South Dakota

    Ron Keel - South X South Dakota

    Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon presents singer, Ron Keel. Alan Niven co-hosts.


    Before Ron, Alan describes how he discovered Tesla by attending a Keel show!


    In this episode, Ron Keel discusses his band's latest album South X South Dakota, southern rock bands, explains the decision to release the album during a pandemic rather than holding off, his thoughts on album reviews, Black Sabbath, Spencer Proffer, Kick Axe, and much more. 


    Quote:


    "Those songs on my Black Sabbath demo, I'm pretty sure they were all KICK AXE songs and many of the guys in KICK AXE (I believe) played the instruments on the tracks as well."


    "I would support KISS without Gene and Paul."

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    • 41 Min.
    Whitesnake's David Coverdale (May 22nd 2020)

    Whitesnake's David Coverdale (May 22nd 2020)

    Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon presents Whitesnake's David Coverdale. Former Great White/Guns N' Roses manager, Alan Niven, co-hosts.


    Before David, Alan discusses Great White touring with Whitesnake, Don Dokken spending hours singing Love Ain't No Stranger, and explains his hope that David would record an album with Ann Wilson of Heart. 


    On this very special episode, singer David Coverdale talks about Whitesnake's new The Rock Album, his social media presence, more upcoming releases, the Restless Heart album, on Into The Light becoming a Whitesnake album, was there any record company push back on the length of songs like Still Of The Night & Judgement Day, his inguinal hernia and surgery, and more. 


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    • 44 Min.
    Steve Riley's L.A. Guns frontman Kurt Frohlich (May 2020)

    Steve Riley's L.A. Guns frontman Kurt Frohlich (May 2020)

    Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon Steve Riley's L.A. Guns singer, Kurt Frohlich (recorded May 22nd 2020). Former Great White/Guns N' Roses manager Alan Niven co-hosts.


    In this episode, Kurt discusses playing hockey with Oilers/Rangers all-star Mark Messier, having Wayne Gretzky over to his house often as a youngster, L.A. Guns upcoming Renegades album on Golden Robot Records, their debut show at the M3 Rock Festival, their next single coming in June, professional voice acting, the Paul Stanley demos, opening for KISS, his love for KISS & answers the burning question of 'who saved KISS', being Ace Frehley in Black Diamond (Canada's tribute to KISS), the uncertainty for musicians in these Covid-19 times and much more. 


    Quotes:
    "I played centre ice and took a face-off against (Mark) Messier. That was my day of glory of hockey."


    "On the first track, Crawl, that's my style of singing. I'm not trying to imitate anybody's voice... just gotta be myself."


    KISS Destroyer: "It's not my favorite KISS album. I love Rock And Roll Over and Dressed To Kill. I'd rather hear Two Timer than Sweet Pain."


    L.A. Guns' future: "I'm really happy with this Renegades album and if we can keep putting out good material, we keep enjoying and people want to come see it; we'll keep doing it. As of now, we don't put a timeline on anything. All of us put our hearts into this album... That's why it feels so good and the songs are strong."


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