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A KISS podcast by 2 friends who share a love for the Hottest Band In The Land! Laugh and listen along as we talk all things KISStory. Check out one of our awesome sidecasts as well. The Album Review Crew - a podcast where three opinionated music fans breakdown their favorite albums and rank the songs and more. The Zeppelin Chronicles - a podcast where four Led Zeppelin fans discuss the legendary band Led Zeppelin and their classic albums and songs. Dorm Damage With Tom & Zeus - a podcast whe ...
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The official Rhino Podcast, featuring deep dives into classic artists and albums, interviews with your favorite musicians, and lots of juicy behind-the-scenes stories about your favorite music. Plus, updates and music news, with new episodes bi-weekly. Subscribe now to make sure you don’t miss out!
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Daniel is the youngest of six children born to John and Joyce Bonham. Having moved to Tigard when he was a year old, Daniel graduated from Tigard High School in 1995, before attending Linfield College in McMinnville. Daniel met his wife Lori and they began their family the same year he graduated Linfield with a Bachelor’s degree in Business in 1998. During college, Daniel started his first business as a painting contractor and was also able to study abroad at the University of Costa Rica for ...
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In this podiobook: More Sonic Fiction is the short story anthology sequel to the successful Sonic Fiction exclusively at Podiobooks.com.Like its predecessor, More Sonic Fiction does not fit into any one genre. Instead, it is an exciting mix of today's best short stories contributed by authors from Sonic Fiction, other Podiobooks.com authors, and some new faces. These raw and unflinching stories include futuristic science fiction, political and religious satire, heartfelt prose, enchanting fa ...
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On the 52nd Episode of Dorm Damage With Tom & Zeus, the guys create a second list of ten artists whose discography is the only music that can be played on a road trip. Tom & Zeus each pick ten artists in any genre of music that their whole discography is available to be played on a long road trip. This is part two. Part one is episode 28 Of Dorm Da…
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Rhiannon Giddens, the musician, composer and former lead singer of the Carolina Chocolate Drops, performs live with her band. She talks about her work in uncovering the real history of the banjo and writing her first solo album of original material. Peter Sarsgaard discusses playing a man with early onset dementia in Memory, a performance that won …
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Sir Peter Blake is famous for his Pop Art paintings, collages and album covers – and not just Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. But the artist, now 91, has throughout his career made three dimensional works. For the first time in two decades there is an exhibition devoted to these. Samira Ahmed meets the artist in the gallery on the eve of the…
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This week Tom & Zeus welcome original KISS member, legendary guitarist and the Spaceman, Ace Frehley along with Steve Brown from Trixter to talk all things KISS, 10,000 Volts, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, Vinnie Vincent and so much more! Well it finally happened! The guys got an original member of KISS on the show and this was worth the wait. The…
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The writer of Line of Duty, Jed Mercurio, a former doctor, turns his attention to the impact of the Covid pandemic on NHS staff and patients in the ITV drama Breathtaking. Tom Sutcliffe talks to him and co-writer Prasanna Puwanarajah, who’s also an ex-doctor, about the power of drama depicting recent events. The Arts Council England has come in for…
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On this episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, it's a conversation with Journey drummer Deen Castronovo who talked about the busy Journey 2024 touring schedule, his new album with Revolution Saints, Against the Winds, and his struggles through his career. Then it's Eddie's chat with Biff Byford about Saxon’s new record Hell, Fire and Damnation, the ch…
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Andrew Harding on the Radio 4 drama, A Small Stubborn Town, inspired by his work as the BBC Ukraine correspondent Emma Rice is one the UK’s most celebrated theatre-makers known for her musical and comedic approach, and with numerous innovative and successful productions such as Brief Encounter, The Red Shoes, and Tristan and Yseult, under her belt.…
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On the 51st episode of Dorm Damage With Tom & Zeus, the guys welcome Vixen guitarist Britt Lightning to the show. Britt Lightning is the bad ass lead guitarist for the all girl hard rock band, Vixen. She is also the Musical Director at Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp. She now has the podcast Rock Camp: The Podcast on Pantheon Podcast along with Shout It…
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Stephen Sanchez found fame on Tik Tok, bringing his 1950s inspired music and style to an audience of young fans. At just 20 years old, he was Elton John’s guest on the main stage at Glastonbury. He talks to Samira Ahmed about his UK tour and performs two songs from his new album, Angel Face. What do Gen Z’s viewing habits mean for the future of TV …
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Director Reinaldo Marcus Green talks to Tom Sutcliffe about One Love, his biopic about the legendary reggae singer-songwriter Bob Marley and his music. Bryce Dessner, the guitarist of the award-winning rock band The National, discusses his other life in classical music and writing a new concerto for pianist Alice Sara Ott, which is having its UK pr…
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This week Tom & Zeus welcome Dave "Snake" Sabo & Rachel Bolan of Skid Row to talk about their KISStory. Dave "Snake" Sabo is the guitarist and Rachel Bolan is the bassist of the great hard rock band Skid Row. Both are founders of the band and main songwriters. Skid Row opened for KISS on BOTH farewell tours for KISS. Both Snake and Rachel were heav…
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Tom Sutcliffe talks to the Evening Standard’s Arts Editor Nancy Durrant and art historian and curator Catherine McCormack about a new adaptation of David Nicholls’s book, One Day, which is released on Netflix today. It follows Emma and Dexter who meet at their graduation in Edinburgh in the late 80s, as they weave in and out of each other’s lives. …
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On this episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast - you’re getting 2 interviews coming from RokIsland Fest in January! First up, it's Eddie's chat with Bret Michaels who talked about the next Parti Gras Tour, when Poison could get going again and a ton more. Then, it's a conversation with Winger's Paul Taylor who spoke about working on Mick Mars solo reco…
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The Chosen, a self-funded TV drama about the life of Christ, has become an international hit with over 100 million views. The creator Dallas Jenkins explains why he wanted to make a bingeable series about Jesus and Priest Lucy Winkett and historian Joan Taylor discuss its impact and significance. The 1970s Soul Funk band Cymande has had a lasting i…
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On a special 50th episode of Dorm Damage With Tom & Zeus the guys welcome legendary bassist "Rudy Sarzo" to the show. Rudy Sarzo is a hard rock icon. He has been in Quiet Riot, Ozzy Osbourne's band, Whitesnake and played with Dio, Geoff Tate, Blue Oyster Cult, The Guess Who and many more. Rudy is also one of the best people to talk all things Randy…
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The Reytons' second album, What's Rock and Roll, debuted at No 1 in the charts - a rare feat for a band without a label. They discuss following it up with Ballad of a Bystander which features songs about pulling and politics. Phoebe Eclair-Powell on her Bruntwood Prize-winning play, Shed: Exploded View, which was inspired by the work of art Corneli…
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Oscar-winning director and artist Steve McQueen has collaborated with his partner, the writer and historian Bianca Stigter, to document the hidden histories of World War Two beneath the streets of modern day Amsterdam. The couple join Samira to discuss their mesmerising and poetic new film. Mojo brought him great success when he was just 26. Later …
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This week Tom & Zeus continue their series of ranking track numbers of KISS studio albums. The guys are now ranking the Top Ten best 6th track off of KISS studio albums including the 1978 solo albums. As usual the guy's lists are unpredictable, which leads to a great SIOL KISS discussion about songs, track placements and deep tracks. Which list is …
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Today the British Museum unveils a new exhibition – Legion: Life in the Roman Army – on the lives of soldiers who helped conquer more than a million square miles of land, settling in communities from Scotland to the Red Sea. Elodie Harper – author of the Wolf Den trilogy - and critic Amon Warmann give their verdict on the exhibition as well as the …
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On this episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, you’re getting a pair of interviews from January 2024. First up, it’s Eddie’s conversation with Vince Neil who sat down with Eddie backstage at RokIsland Fest and talked about his feelings on Mötley Crüe reuniting after retirement, The Dirt, his solo tour, and much more. Then, we’re bringing you a convers…
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Award-winning actress Lily Gladstone on working with Martin Scorsese and Native American representation in his new film Killers of the Flower Moon. Leo Vardiashvili chats about his new book set in his hometown of Tbilisi, Georgia in the post-Soviet era. Curators William Butler and Roger Kershaw talk about their new exhibition, 'Great Escapes: Remar…
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On the 49th Episode of the Album Review Crew of Shout It Out Loudcast, Tom, Zeus & Sonny review the 1986 album from Swedish rock band Europe, "The Final Countdown." The Final Countdown was Europe's 3rd studio album. The album was their breakthrough that saw them obtain their greatest success. The album went up to number 8 on the US Billboard album …
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The Smile is a trio comprising Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood and Tom Skinner. That Yorke and Greenwood are members of Radiohead assures keen interest the band. Nick Ahad talks to Jonny Greenwood about Wall of Eyes, The Smile’s second album. After many years Greenwood still enjoys making music with Yorke, and drummer Tom Skinner adds to the excitement…
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Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick, who have been married for close to thirty years, talk to Tom Sutcliffe about playing three couples on stage in Neil Simon’s Plaza Suite. They’re joined by director John Benjamin Hickey to explain why they wanted to bring this very New York show to London’s West End. Having won both awards and praise for h…
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This week Tom & Zeus welcome musician, actor and huge KISS fan, the great Zach Throne. KISS fans know Zach Throne as the bass player and member of Bruce Kulick's band, Ace Frehley's band and also guitarist for Corey Taylor's band. Zach has played with every original KISS member and is part of the KISS family. The guys discuss Zach's KISStory, almos…
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On this episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, it's a recent interview with Godsmack's Sully Erna who talked about his documentary, I Stand Alone: The Sully Erna Story, the different bands he played in before Godsmack, the upcoming Vibez Tour, if there could be new Godsmack or solo music and much more! Catch Eddie Trunk every M-F from 3:00-5:00pm ET o…
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On the 49th episode of Dorm Damage With Tom & Zeus the guys review an article from Ultimate Classic Rock, "Ranking The Most Irritating Pop Songs In Music History." Whether its a wedding, a birthday party or any other time where you don't control the music being played, irritating songs can drive all of us crazy. Ultimate Classic Rock put a list of …
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Following today’s announcement of the 2024 Oscar nominations, film critic Larushka Ivan-Zadeh joins Front Row to consider how well this year’s shortlisted categories reflect the year in cinema. In Howard Jacobson’s new novel, What Will Survive of Us, nothing much happens but everything changes. Lily and Sam, in middle age and longstanding relations…
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Andrew Haigh’s new film All of Us Strangers, is both a love story and a ghost story. Starring Andrew Scott, it explores the impact of a chance encounter in a deserted tower block, and how nostalgia draws him back to the suburban family home where his parents appear to be living, just as they were on the day they died, 30 years ago. Tom Hibbert was …
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This week Tom & Zeus review the 2003 "World Domination Tour" which featured KISS & Aerosmith. This is SIOL's 7th KISS tour reviewed. This tour was unique because it featured two of the premier hard rock bands from the United States of all time. Both bands were huge in the 1970's and both had major comebacks, Aerosmith in the 1980's and KISS in the …
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Actor Paul Giamatti and director Alexander Payne on The Holdovers, their award-winning film about the unlikely friendship between a curmudgeonly teacher, a grieving mum and a troubled teen that forms when they’re stuck together over Christmas at a New England prep school. Critics Stephanie Merritt and Max Liu review a new novel, The Vulnerables, by…
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On the latest episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, Eddie brings you his interview with Alex Lifeson. The two get into Alex's new line of amplifiers, what it was like joining Geddy Lee on his book tour, his solo project, Envy of None, his health, and of course, plenty of Rush conversation, including his feelings on touring again, the evolution of his…
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Daniel Kaluuya on making his debut as a director and screenwriter with his new film, Kitchen - a dystopian thriller set in London twenty years from now. Dafydd Rhys, Chief Executive of the Arts Council of Wales, on the surprising and controversial decision to stop funding National Theatre Wales. Plus, as his organisation faces a 10% budget cut, he …
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On the 48th Episode of Dorm Damage With Tom & Zeus, the guys welcome author Darren Paltrowitz to discuss his exciting new book, "DLR Book: How David Lee Roth Changed The World" Author Darren Paltrowitz joins the guys for a fun discussion on Diamond David Lee Roth the quintessential frontman of the late 1970's and 1980's. The boys discuss his Van Ha…
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Emma Stone and Yorgos Lanthimos talk about their award-winning film Poor Things, based on Alasdair Gray’s novel Jodie Comer is a new mother struggling to survive after an environmental catastrophe in another new film The End We Start From – Samira Ahmed talks to its director Mahalia Belo. The new joint artistic directors of the Royal Shakespeare Co…
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British director Jonathan Glazer tells Tom Sutcliffe about The Zone of Interest, his award-winning new film about Auschwitz Commandant Rudolf Höss and family’s involvement in the Holocaust which is on wide release from February 2nd but there's previews in select cities on January 20th. Today is exactly 100 years since the BBC broadcast what is wide…
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This week Tom & Zeus review the 1979 polarizing KISS album, "Dynasty." This was KISS' 7th studio album and the 21st KISS studio album reviewed by SIOL. Dynasty was the first studio album since Love Gun in 1977. This was the longest time between studio albums for KISS. It was the last studio to feature all original members until Psycho Circus in 199…
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Mean Girls is 20 years old and has its cult following - but will fans love the new film of the hit Broadway musical of the same name? Critics Sarah Ditum and Ashley Hickson-Lovence give their verdict on the new version. They also discuss with Tom Sutcliffe the new novel by Hisham Matar - My Friends, which explores themes of friendship and exile, as…
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On the latest episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, Eddie brings you his interview with Eric Martin and PJ Farley who joined him in his Las Vegas studio to talk about the event they played together the night before, Mr. Big's farewell tour, Eric's feelings about the previous Mr. Big record and plans for the next one, and their best Spinal Tap moments…
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Jack Rooke drew on his own life for his hit Channel 4 sitcom Big Boys which focussed on an unlikely friendship between two first year university students – both working class with one struggling to explore his gay sexuality and the other an apparent Jack-the-lad who is really anything but. As Big Boys returns for a second series, he talks to Samira…
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On the first episode of Season Three of Dorm Damage With Tom & Zeus, Episode 47 the guys list and discuss their favorite athletes of all time. Tom & Zeus are both huge sports fans. Growing up in Boston, especially since 2001, they have witnessed some of the greatest athletes of all time. The guys each list their favorite 10 athletes in any sport. A…
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Ins Choi, the creator of the Netflix hit comedy series, Kim’s Convenience, talks about getting past stereotypes, keeping audiences on edge and bringing his original Korean-Canadian stage version of the show to the Park Theatre in north London. Tom Sutcliffe asks author and journalist Rachel Cooke and children's author and representative of the Soci…
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Yorgis Lanthimos’ black comedy Poor Things won Best Film and Best Actress for its star Emma Stone at last night’s Golden Globe awards, so this evening we’re joined by critics Leila Latif and James Marriott for a review of the much hyped film ahead of its release in the UK on Friday. Warhammer 40,000 is one of the most popular games in the world. Re…
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This week Tom & Zeus open Season 6 of Shout It Out Loudcast with a one of a kind hour and more long interview with former KISS guitarist and Shout It Out Loudcast Hall Of Famer, Bruce Kulick to discuss his personal feelings and thoughts about KISS' End Of The Road Tour and so much more. Shout It Out Loudcast celebrates their fifth anniversary with …
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Priscilla is Sofia Coppola’s film about Priscilla Beaulieu who first met Elvis Presley when she was 14 years old and later became his wife. Critics Hannah Strong and Ryan Gilbey review it. They also look at Kagami, a mixed-reality posthumous concert featuring the music of Japanese composer Ryuichi Sakamoto. The power of music often relies on the sp…
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On this special episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, Eddie is bringing you two of his daily shows that wrapped up 2023 where he spoke to his audience about their favorite albums and concerts of the year. Catch Eddie Trunk every M-F from 3:00-5:00pm ET on Trunk Nation on SiriusXM Faction Talk Channel 103. And don’t forget to follow Eddie on Twitter a…
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In the work for which he is best known, the multi-award winning television sitcom, Schitt’s Creek, as well as being the show’s creator, Dan Levy played the capricious David Rose whose wedding with his business partner, Patrick Brewer, was the focus of the final episode. He discusses new Netflix movie, Good Grief, which marks his debut as a film dir…
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On the 46th Episode of Dorm Damage With Tom & Zeus, the guys list their top 3 songs from bands from the 1990's, Alice In Chains, Nirvana & Pearl Jam. They then rank which artist had the best 3 songs. Tom & Zeus started a new segment where they will pick bands from an era and rank their top 3 songs. This episode features bands from the 1990's. Three…
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