Welcome to Ages of Rock Podcast! Your co-hosts, Allen Tate, Bill Algee and Dennis Talbott are 3 middle aged, semi mature, Midwestern men.... Talking Rock!
Episode 366 - KISS in Indianapolis Review
This week we discuss our thoughts on the recent KISS concert in Indianapolis. Prior to that, Dennis talks about some new acquisitions and all three talk about books we've recently read.
Episode 365 - Photographer Steve Ziegelmeyer
Steve Ziegelmeyer has taken thousands of photos from the pit, soundboard and from afar. Bill and Steve talk about his career and looks at some amazing pictures on this weeks show.
Episode 364 - The Great Affairs
This week Denny Smith and Kenny Wright of THE GREAT AFFAIRS joins us to talk about their new album SLEEPWALKER. We also talk about the recent Marvelous 3 happenings and manage to weave Elvis Costello into the conversation.
Episode 363 - Martin Motnik
In this episode, Bill and Allen talk to Martin Motnik, current bassist for the legendary German metal band Accept, about his solo album Dream Chaser. He also tells us about joining the band and some of the events that led up to his audition. We also talk about Martin's work as a freelance studio bassist. You can find his album o his official website, https://martinmotnik.com/, and you can hire him to record bass for your upcoming musical releases at https://www.studiobassist.com/.
Episode 362 - Pete Evick
Best known as the lead guitarist and band leader for the Bret Michaels Band, Pete Evick joins us this week to talk about his book MTV FAMOUS. The title may sound a little cocky but it was how Pete viewed his life as a teen, as he was growing up around that phenomenon of a medium for pop and rock stars. "I never realized a lot of these guys I was watching on MTV went to day jobs after playing rock star that day. None of us knew that, actually." This is a fun discussion with lots of laughs and a couple side stories as well.
Episode 361 - Seems Like Tuesday
This week we talk with the Philly area band SEEMS LIKE TUESDAY. They have an EP coming out soon. Learn more about them and their take on what it takes to be successful in the music world these days.
Love the banter and perspective!
Well If you Love to Rock
3 funny old dudes talking about the music you love!!
Age of Rock is a fantastic show for any rock fan that pairs both relatable guest with great discussion and humor. Well produced. A+!