Listen in as we take you on a tri-pub tour of three legendary establishments in the historic Virginia City, Nevada while reviewing their unique bloody mary concoctions along the way! Stops include the famous Bucket O' Blood, Red Dog Saloon and haunted Washoe Club. We'll describe the unique differences between Bloody Mary styles (sweet, salty, spicy, bacon, spiced green bean, cellery, etc.) and even get some cool VC history lessons along the way!
We caught up with Glenn Tipton, Ian and Richie to talk about the new album 'Firepower' from Judas Priest, what songs they hate to play live and what they might bring out of the archives for this tour and the controversy surrounding the use of synth on the Turbo album and subsequent hardening of the sound on Ram It Down.
This episode features special Irish guest Conor Flanigan...and plenty of Irish whiskey! Topics discussed included the magical missing steering wheel on Ford vehicles, Stormy Daniels, March Madness, the return of a missing baby Jesus (after 90 years), a live man unable to win court debate to decide whether or not he was dead, St. Pats traditions and more!
How common place are 'Sexpointments', why a million dollar mansion in Arizona is having trouble selling, a Candidian couple ate their pet and a scratch-off gambler got lucky not one, but THREE times in a row, plus more in this weeks episode!
The Doods get a surprise phone call from the legendary Rod Stewart and Cyndi Lauper to discuss the MTV era, fashion (and why Cyndi hated Rod's suit the first time they met), how they keep their voices pristine after all this time, new music, musical inspiration and who decided to tour together in this new Podcast!
Mike Protich, singer for the band Red Sun Rising sat down with the 'Doods' over a nice Cuban Partagas Serie D. No. 4 cigar to discuss the new album 'Thread', the follow-up to their amazing debut 'Polyester Zeal'. Mike and the guys not only talk about the new album, but also stuff like bourbon, The Cleveland Browns, Japanese Whiskey, the Cavs and what it's like to be 'Gear Nerds'!
Jave and Andy caught up with Jonathan Davis, the voice of Korn to discuss the origin of the band name Korn (think 'Feltching'), the different musical influences on his first solo album and why it took almost a decade for this project to come to fruition. Jonathan also talks about his biggest vocal influence and who he'd want to collaborate with if he had the chance!