Digital Killed The Radio Star Podcast
Summary: We are a topic driven music podcast. We will cover artists from Johnny Cash to Megadeth.
Fellow podcaster Kyle Null joins me this week to discuss the Noel Gallagher concert that we recently attended. We also discuss Pink Floyd, Guns 'N Roses, and Metallica. Kyle also tells about the band Airbag.
This week we talk about the state of the music industry. We also discuss new albums from Brian Fallon, Matt Mays, and John Corabi.
We are back after a brief hiatus to discuss our favorite guitarists. Our guest this week is Mike McDonald. Mike provided great insight into all things guitar. Mike analyzes mine and Chris's picks. Mike also tells a few cool stories about people he has met int he business including a cool story about Jason Becker.
We are back after a holiday break. We debut our new intro and briefly talk about the civil war among Black Crowes fans. We spend the reset of our episode talking about our favorite power ballads. So get get your lighters our and hold them hight it is our favorite power ballads!
2017 was a great year for music. We devote this week's episode to talking about our top ten albums.
We discuss artist's we wish we could bring back from the dead to make an album and why. Artists range from Buddy Holly to Layne Stayley to Jimi Hendrix. As always this is a very diverse group that we discuss. We hope you enjoy!
Decibel Geek co-host Chris Czynszak joins me this week to talk about his podcast and some of his favorite music. Music discussed this week includes Thin Lizzy, The Ramones, AC/DC, and Kiss. Visit www.decibelgeek.com for more information on their great podcast.
Did grunge really kill glam? This week we discuss how grunge "killed" glam and how grunge eventually killed it's own. This was a fascinating discussion about the grunge movement. We made a playlist that you can listen to here: https://open.spotify.com/user/digitalkilledtheradiostar/playlist/7AUopoFzpZ4tttBIexnDvn
I am joined by Anthony Whitehead and Dean Gavney to discuss the Drive By Truckers. This was a really fun episode to record. We hope you enjoy! #buymusic #drivebytruckers
Chris and I saw several concerts in the past week or so. We discuss shows by Yngwie Malmsteen, The Magpie Salute, Under The Radar, Every Mother's Nightmare, Roxy Blue, Tora Tora, and Bret Michaels. We also talk briefly about the new L.A. Guns album. Enjoy!
It is a battle of the heavyweights as U2's The Joshua Tree takes on Achtung Baby! Chris and I debate which album is our favorite as well as a track by track breakdown. Both of these albums are phenomenal so it was not an easy choice.
We chatted with the guys from Under The Radar this week. They are a young band from Memphis, TN. that have a new album coming out. Their members are 14 and 15 years old. They have already opened for LA Guns and Kansas. They will be opening for Bret Michaels on October 28th. We really enjoyed spending some time with the band. HUGE things are on the horizon for these guys. Please visit them at www.utrtheband.com and follow on twitter @utrtheband. Their new album will be out soon.
This was been a rough week for our country and for music lovers. Chris and I talk about the career of Tom Petty and list some of our favorite songs of his. The second half of the show deals with our favorite sad songs. Artists discussed range from The Replacements, Johnny Paycheck, U2, Warrant, Gaslight Anthem, and Duran Duran among many others. We also discuss the latest David Gilmour concert film and new music from Michael Graves and Hot Water Music. We have a Tom Petty Spotify playlist and a sad song playlist for this week.https://open.spotify.com/user/digitalkilledtheradiostar/playlist/4WZCwdePuBnDETaOLsPhHqhttps://open.spotify.com/user/digitalkilledtheradiostar/playlist/39VPTV9Uxn8MPufTwt3o1n
Growing Up Rock's Steven Michael joins me in our first bonus episode to discuss our favorite concerts that we attended before we turned 21. Bands discussed include Kiss, Van Halen, Def Leppard, Great White, Metallica, Bon Jovi, Ratt, and others. Find Steven at www.growinuprock.com and subscribe to his podcast.
Rick Ruhl from Every Mother's Nightmare joins us this week to discuss his career and the band's great new album "GRIND" which is out October 6th. Chris and I also discuss a great new band Denman that we saw in Nashville recently. Enjoy! Also there is a chance to win "GRIND" in this episode. Just follow the concert rules that we mention in the interview.