This is the Official Podcast Of Danko Jones. Danko is joined by comedian Nick Flanagan to talk about just about anything and everything. Sometimes they're joined by a special guest too. It's fun stuff all around..
Episode #248: Donald Tardy (Obituary)
Donald Tardy, drummer of Obituary, returns to the podcast to talk about the band’s recent livestreams (obituarylive.com), touring with Slayer, The Florida Metal Fest and taking care of homeless cats for Donald’s Metal Meowlisha (facebook.com/meowlisha)
Episode #247: Ian D’Sa (Billy Talent)
Ian D’Sa, guitarist of Billy Talent, returns to the podcast to talk about guitars, recording guitars and getting through the pandemic.
Episode #246: Darby Mills (Darby Mills Project, The Headpins)
The Queen of Scream herself, Darby Mills jumps on the podcast to talk about The Darby Mills Project and Flying Solo.
Episode #245: Walter Hoeijmakers (Roadburn Festival)
Walter Hoeijmakers is the co-founder and artistic director of the Roadburn Festival in Tilburg, Holland. Roadburn happens every April and showcases every genre in the heavy music realm. Walter and Danko discuss the festival and where it’s headed.
Episode #244: Steven Page (Trans-Canada Highwaymen, Barenaked Ladies)
Steven Page jumps on the podcast to talk about musical theatre, going back to school, Trans-Canada Highwaymen and his weekly virtual live shows from his basement.
Episode #243: Damian Abraham (F****d Up, Turned Out A Punk podcast) Nick Flanagan (Nick Flanagan Weakly podcast, Wrong Hole)
I have been doing a podcast for 9 years! I’m taking a break from the podcast for a few weeks but posting old episodes. This episode is the first appearance of Damian Abraham, singer of F****d Up and host of the Turned Out A Punk podcast, on the podcast. Originally aired in February of 2012 Ep. #18, this was the beginning of many many Damian Abraham appearances and many more to come. Nick Flanagan is the co-host of this podcast and has his own Nick Flanagan Weakly podcast as well.
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Been listening for years and it's never too late for you to start. Best themem song for a Podcast too.
The interview with Isaiah Radke was great!
I enjoy listening to Danko and appreciate his perspective on things, especially where music is involved. He never fails to have interesting guests on and the conversation that transpires is always engaging.