Dean Delray's "Let There Be Talk." This original podcast is a unique blend of rock and comedy talk with some of the biggest names in music, comedy and entertainment.
#565:Daru Jones drummer for Jack White
Fresh of his incredible performance on SNL with Jack White drummer Daru Jones sits down and talks all about his career as a Drummer for Hire.
This man's story is very inspiring and I know you guys are gonna dig it.
From Gospel, Hip Hop, Rock and Country Daru can play it all.
Tune in and thanks for keeping the Candles Lit.
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#564:Angry Anderson of Rose Tattoo
Today on a brand new episode of LET THERE BE TALK the legend himself Mr Angry Anderson of Rose Tattoo stops by for a lengthy conversation on the history of Rose Tattoo.
This man has been rocking almost his whole life and is one of those rare lifers in the Rock n Roll game.
Today Angry and I sit down and talk about his early influences, The Pub Rock Sound, AC/DC, Guns and Roses and of course his Mad Max.
Do yourself a favor and dive into Rose Tattoo's music if you haven't heard it and if you have throw some on today and celebrate some incredible Rock n Roll
#563:Tech N9ne/ Rapper,Songwriter and Producer
Today on Let There Be Talk my guest is the legend of HOP HOP Tech N9ne.
This man has dropped 21 records over the course of his incredible career and today we sit down and talk all things HIP HOP and Rock n Roll.
Dig into his record that dropped April 16th 2020 called Enterfear
and then work your way back through the catalog.
Thanks for tuning in and don't forget to Keep The Candles Lit
#562:Baron Wolman Rock Photographer for Rolling Stone R.I.P.
This is a replay of my converstion with my friend Baron Wolman who passed away Monday at the age of 83.
This man was hands down my favorite photographer and his stories and life should be celebrated.
Baron was the frist photographer for Rolling Stone Magazine, He shot Woodstock and some of the greatest Day On The Green Photos ever.
Visit his instagram @baronwolman and enjoy his art.
I met Baron years and years ago after searching out who shot all the killer Day On The Green Photos.
Baron was a full on legend who took some of the best early photos for Rolling Stone magazine. Baron was Rolling Stone magazine’s first house photographer
His Woodstock photos and stories are next level. I sat down with him originally for an episode of Let There Be Talk August 28th 2016 #282 and was blown away by all his amazing rock stories. This man and his camera have documented legendary concerts and iconic rockers like Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin AC/DC and so many more. Let’s pour one out for an old-school rock God I’ll miss you Baron so much. Your eye for art was the next level. Sad Sad Day. 😢 Take a look at his Instagram Google his name enjoy his photos and maybe buy one and hang it on your wall.
Love you Baron
#561:Phil Rudd of AC/DC with special guest Bill Burr
Well it's another dream come true. Today I sit down with the greatest drummer ever Mr. Phil Rudd of AC/DC
It's been an honor to talk to the original 4 who made the Biggest Selling Rock record of all time BACK IN BLACK.
Phil is a Drummers Drummer. There is no better compliment than that.
Phil and I sit down and talk about how he got his start on the Drums, His Audition with AC/DC, His Drum Sets and of Course the brand new record Power Up out on Nov 13th.
The last 15 mins of the conversation I invited my friend Bill Burr to join us for some Helicopter and Drum Geeking.
Thank You so much Jay and Kim and Columbia Records for making my dreams come true.
#560:Trey Spruance/Mr Bungle Guitarist
Today I wind up my Mr Bungle series with the incredible Trey Spruance guitarist and songwriter of Mr Bungle.
It was an honor to sit down and talk all things Bungle with Trey.
We dive way into the past on how the group started, His early influences, His time in Faith No More and the recording process of their brand new record "The Raging Wrath Of The Easter Bunny Demo"
I hope you guys enjoyed my Bungle series.
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Such a great podcast. I don't think people realise how special it is. Getting the opportunity to hear these conversations and the insight they give you is such a blessing. For lovers of music on the deepest level. You can just sense it's done purely for the love of it. So a massive thanks to Dean for gifting us with it.
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Great podcast! Thoroughly entertaining with some awesome guests and a focus on all the ‘good stuff’!
Keep it up, brother!
Dean you’re the man, best interviews and hilarious. Keep up the good work!