On the Road to Rock is not just a podcast, it's a true rock n' roll experience, an unabashed celebration of rock's living legends and all the stories that have shaped the fabric of the music business.
Mr. Scary George Lynch
George Lynch makes his first appearance on the show in seven years as he discusses the upcoming Lynch Mob album "Babylon" which is due out October 20th. Lynch also talks about playing shows with Dokken and give some of his favorite memories of making Dokken's Dream Warriors video.
Ronnie Romero (MSG, Rainbow)
Famed Chilean singer Ronnie Romero is set to release his latest solo album "Too Many Lies, Too Many Masters" on September 8th and discusses his journey from growing up in South America to singing with legends like Rainbow and Michael Schenker.
The Return of Todd Kerns
The incomparable Todd "Dammit" Kerns returns to the show to talk about Blackbird Angels, a project Todd is involved with featuring L.A. Guns' Tracii Guns. Kerns is also discussing playing the entire Kiss Alive III album with Bruce Kulick next month in Sarasota, Florida
The Best of Rocklahoma (Bush, Kix, Asking Alexandria, The Hu, Bat Allison, GWAR, Crobot)
It's the very best from Rocklahoma 2023 including interviews with Gavin Rossdale from Bush, Jizmak from GWAR, Crobot, Bat Allison, Danny from Asking Alexandria, The Hu and Kix.
Erik Martensson (Eclipse)
Swedish hard rock heroes Eclipse will release their latest album "Megalomanium" on September 1st and it's already being talked about as the hard rock album of the year. Erik Martensson discusses Eclipse's journey to stardom as the band opened for Motley Crue and Def Leppard this Summer and are about to embark on a tour with H.E.A.T. in Europe.
Aaron Leigh's "Bahia Sunshine"
Y&T bassist Aaron Leigh returns to the show to talk about his recent single "Bahia Sunshine" and the importance of musical exploration in his career. Leigh also touches on upcoming Y&T happenings and discusses what it's like to see so many of our heroes passing away or retiring from music.
Best rock interviews
Literally none better even Mitch Latin. Host is awesome and guests top notch.
This host is on something!!!!
If you are just interested in hearing the rehashing of the “same old, some old”, and someone just kissing a**, then look no further. The “interviews”are delivered by an individual who sounds as though he’s forgotten his Ritalin, and would be more at home selling used cars to country bumpkins. BORING and tedious.
Great if you love 80s rock
Clint is an awesome host and has top notch guests every week. Great that he keeps this music alive!