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The ultimate classic rock podcast with big name interviews and a daily "This Day Rocks" episode focussing on a big event on this day in music history! Hosted by Paul Stephenson, a UK radio veteran, this high quality, comprehensive classic rock podcast won't disappoint! Follow the show at: https://www.vintagerockpod.com Proudly part of Pantheon Podcasts Network.
 
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Turning 64 today is one of the greatest voices in hard rock and metal, Iron Maiden's BRUCE DICKINSON! He's achieved incredible musical success since the early 80s and has accomplished an impressive amount of other things too. To find out more about these and to pay tribute to the 'Air Raid Siren' we hear from Steve from the 'Uncle Steve's Iron Maid…
 
Following it's star studded London premiere, Pink Floyd's ambitious The Wall Movie was released to the public on this day in 1982! Starring Bob Geldof, the film would go on to scoop 2 BAFTA awards and is still highly regarded today. With me to talk all about this movie is Philip from Pink Floyd Collectors. You can find out more about Pink Floyd Col…
 
Aerosmith are the biggest selling American hard rock band in history, and they took their first major step 50 years ago today when they signed their first record deal with CBS Records! Joining me on today's show to talk all about the bands early days is Corey from Back Tracks: Aerosmith Revisitedโดย Vintage Rock Pod
 
In 1966, one band was on top of the Billboard and UK singles charts at the same time, with different songs - and no, it's not The Beatles! On today's show you'll hear from a member of that band as he describes being in the studio recording the two songs and more!โดย Vintage Rock Pod
 
Def Leppard's 'HYSTERIA' was released on this day in 1987! It topped charts around the world and shifted 25 million copies! With me to talk about the albums impact on release and the legacy it left behind is Action Jackson from The Ugly American Werewolf in London Podcast!โดย action jackson, the ugly american werewolf in london podcast
 
60 years ago today, Robert Zimmerman legally changed his name to Bob Dylan! And with me to talk about the significance of the name change, the reason behind the decision and what impact it had on Bob's career, is friend of the show, author and podcaster Stephen Arnoff! Check out Stephen's book and podcast called Bob Dylan: About Man & God & Law…
 
Squeeze enjoyed huge success in the UK from the end of the 70's and in North America from the 80s onwards. The songwriting team of Glenn Tilbrook and today's guest Chris Difford were labelled as heirs to Lennon and McCartney in the early days and have collaborated for decades on so many big hit singles and albums. They also played a set on the firs…
 
On this day 55 years ago, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, played a free outdoor concert in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco! They would then play two more shows that same evening at Filmore West! With me on today's THIS DAY ROCKS is Jethro Tull legend Ian Anderson who tells me a great story about performing on the same bill as Jimi! You can hear my ful…
 
June 21st - Summer Solstice! So today we have to focus on the legendary Stonehenge Free Festival which took place between 1972 and 1984! Some great acts graced the stage like Jimmy Page, The Damned, Wishbone Ash and Hawkwind. And talking about the festival on todays show is none other than Hawkwind legend Dave Brock! Make sure you check out the ful…
 
Alan Clark joined Dire Straits as their first - and only full-time - keyboard player, playing with Mark Knopfler and Co from 1980 until they finally called it a day in 1995. But despite being in one of the world’s biggest bands of the era, playing Live Aid, headlining the Nelson Mandela Concert, being a multi-award winner and a Rock & Roll Hall of …
 
On this day in 1988, to celebrate the upcoming 70th birthday of Nelson Mandela, a huge concert was held at Wembley Stadium that was watched by more than 600 million people around the world - and was headlined by Dire Straits!โดย Vintage Rock Pod
 
On this day in 2016 Rod Stewart was knighted in the Queen's Birthday Honours list for services to music and charity. In this episode we hear the brilliant story of him joining The Faces as told by his long term friend and former bandmate Kenney Jones (Small Faces, Faces, The Who)!โดย Vintage Rock Pod
 
The Boss signed his first major record deal, with Columbia Records, on this day 50 years ago!! And what a career Bruce Springsteen has gone on to have, becoming one of the biggest selling artists of all time with sales of more than 150 million records worldwide! With me to talk about Bruce, is an expert on the man, Lee McCormack from Tramps Like Us…
 
Rory Gallagher is remembered as one of the greatest guitarists of all time with Eric Clapton, Johnny Marr, The Edge and Brian May all citing him as an influence. His solo albums sold more than 30 million copies worldwide. With him throughout his entire solo career was Gerry McAvoy as his bass player. In this interview Gerry talks about his time wit…
 
On today's show we hear from one of my favourite interview guests ever, Steve Lukather from Toto! He tells great stories from his time working on the biggest selling album of all time, Michael Jackson's Thriller! You have to check out the full interview, Episode 34 of Vintage Rock Pod!โดย Vintage Rock Pod
 
The Eagles debut album 'EAGLES' was released on this day in 1972! It thrust the band into the spotlight and started a run that would see them become one of the biggest selling bands in American history! To tell a brilliant story about the album, and how The Eagles came to record his song 'Peaceful Easy Feeling' I have Songwriting Hall of Fame induc…
 
Today's guest is ANOTHER Rock & Roll Hall of Famer, inducted alongside his bandmates Bruce Palmer, Dewey Martin, Stephen Stills and Neil Young from Buffalo Springfield - RICHIE FURAY! With stories from the Sunset Strip, the big hit 'For What It's Worth', their 2011 reunion, their Rock Hall Induction, his other legendary group POCO and about his new…
 
Todays guest is a drummer with a band that started way back in 1984, they rode at the forefront of the British AOR, melodic hard rock wave of the 80s and early 90s and toured with some of the biggest acts on the planet from Meat Loaf to Whitesnake to Foreigner to Tina Turner to Status Quo to Gary Moore – they were rubbing shoulders with the best! P…
 
On this day in 1958, Jerry Lewis Lewis landed at Heathrow Airport in London to start an extensive tour of the UK... but then the details of his private life became public! From rubbing shoulders with Elvis to being an outcast, it was a pretty swift fall. WIth me to talk all about Jerry Lee Lewis is Christian Swain from the Rock N Roll Archaeology p…
 
Kiss 'Exposed' themselves on this day in 1987! Well, they released a feature length video called 'Exposed', at least. It was labelled as an original music comedy docu-drama and let fans behind the scenes with rare footage from the early years, on stage performances and some fun too! Joining me to talk all about this are Tom and Zeus from Shout It O…
 
John Steel is a founding member of the brilliant 60s group, THE ANIMALS! The group were one of the leading bands of the British Invasion and had 10 top 20 hits both in the UK and US but will be forever remembered for one of the classic songs of all time, their rendition of House of the Rising Sun. Bruce Springsteen publicly declared The Animals as …
 
Andrew Farriss was the main songwriter in INXS. Michael Hutchence added the flair and the lyrics but without Andrew there really wouldn't have been the INXS that we know. INXS sold more than 50 million records around the world. They had number 1 albums and number 1 singles across the globe too. They won the biggest of awards and played the biggest …
 
On this day in rock history, Aerosmith's biggest selling studio album worldwide, GET A GRIP, hit the number 1 spot on the US album chart! And no wonder, given the fact it contained so many hit songs such as Crying, Eat The Rich, Crazy, Livin' On The Edge, Amazing and Fever!! Joining me to share his expert knowledge of the band is Corey, co-host of …
 
On this day in 1973, Led Zeppelin embarked on the biggest and most profitable rock and roll tour in American History! Everything about the tour was BIG! Joining me to talk all about this is Zeppelin super fan - The Wolf - from The Ugly American Werewolf in London podcast. Check out The Ugly American Werewolf In London, a weekly podcast about classi…
 
The Tubes were wild to say the least! Today's guest, Fee Waybill, and the band came through the musical theatre and underground comedy scene, but played some furious rock too. Their satirical take on the world, coupled with an unmatched stage show – which really was a full on assault of the senses - marked them out as a band unlike any other! Their…
 
On this weeks episode we get a long-overdue update for our Artists Choice playlist! We'll hear Jackie Fox from the Runaways, Jim McCarty from the Yardbirds, Tony Martin from Black Sabbath, John Lodge from the Moody Blues plus many more pick a song from their own back catalogue to add to this specially curated list of songs! Also on the show I delve…
 
The Runaways are one of the earliest and most influential all-female rock acts of all time, a band that proved that women could rock just as hard as any man could! The group of Joan Jett, Cherie Currie, Sandy West, Lita Ford and my guest Jackie Fox make up the iconic line-up of the band. Their army of fans stretched across the globe, especially in …
 
Great Rock Stories Volume 2 is a mix of some of amazing tales told by some legendary stars, including 2 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductees! You'll hear about how it felt to get a number 1 single, how one hit song and its image became a blessing and a curse, you’ll hear from a band that Guns n Roses adored and followed around before they got famous,…
 
The STRAWBS have been in action since the 60's and the bands bass player, CHAS CRONK, joins me to tell me his stories from his time in the band, including the recording of the iconic 'Hero and Heroine' album of 1974! He also gives us an update on Dave Cousins plus plans for another new studio album! We also hear his stories about Rock and Roll Hall…
 
Vintage Rock Pod is the ultimate classic rock podcast with big name guests on every episode! Hear Rock & Roll Hall of Famers, Grammy Award winners and multi-platinum selling rock stars tell me their stories every single week. Members of bands such as Genesis, Dire Straits, Rainbow, The Who, Black Sabbath, ASIA, Jethro Tull, The Yardbirds, Jefferson…
 
MIKE RENO is the lead singer and front man of Canada's, LOVERBOY! The band have more than 20 million record sales worldwide, which includes 4 consecutive multi-platinum certified albums in the US alone! Best known for some huge singles including 'Working For The Weekend', 'Lovin Every Minute Of It', 'Hot Girls in Love' and 'Turn Me Loose' Mike and …
 
THE TROGGS, became superstars all around the world, topping charts globally with 'WILD THING'. They've been cited as influences for so many bands that followed as pioneers of heavy, raw guitar rock, garage rock and punk rock too. Their raunchy lyrics and memorable melodies helped set them as one of the great British bands of the 60s. Pete Staples w…
 
American Pie has become a part of the fabric of America. Don McLean joins me this week to talk about the 50th anniversary of the album/song and to give his wider feelings on a awful lot of things. He talks about working on new material, being watched by the FBI, those early days of his career in the 60's with Pete Seeger and his family lineage whic…
 
'MY SHARONA' was the biggest selling song in American in 1979 and was a number 1 hit all over the world. The album it came from, 'Get The Knack' was also a massive hit, number 1 in the US for 5 weeks and went platinum in a matter of months! Prescott Niles is The Knack's ever present bass player and on this episode he goes deep into the history of t…
 
Tony Martin is the former lead singer of the legendary, Black Sabbath. Sabbath's 'lead singer roll of honour' includes Ronnie James Dio and former Deep Purple men Ian Gillan and Glenn Hughes but Tony Martin remains the second longest serving lead singer of the band after Ozzy Osbourne! Tony fronted Sabbath for the best part of a decade recording fi…
 
With 3 top 10 albums - including the biggest selling UK album of 1972 - and 4 top 10 singles, Lindisfarne are one of the North East of England's most iconic groups! Songs like 'Run For Home', 'Meet Me On the Corner', 'Fog on the Tyne' and 'Lady Eleanor' are classics of the genre. Their legendary live performances in the early 70's garnered the band…
 
Mark Stein is the lead singer and keyboard player with influential band Vanilla Fudge and in this episode he tells stories that contain The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, Michael Jackson, Dave Mason and much more. Vanilla Fudge crashed into the public awareness with the release of their brilliantly re-arranged and reimagined version of "You Keep Me Hanging…
 
I get into the nitty gritty of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with American comedian JOE KWACZALA. He co-hosts "Who Cares About The Rock Hall" and is a self confessed Rock Hall obsessive. I bet he knows more about the Rock Hall than the people running the place! I grill him on the contentious topics, some of the controversies and put your questions…
 
Dire Straits legend JOHN ILLSLEY returns to Vintage Rock Pod to tell me about the busy year he's had following the release of his highly acclaimed autobiography "My Life In Dire Straits" and ahead of his new studio album "VIII" and tour. We talk all about his friendship with Mark Knopfler, how Mark was involved in the book and audiobook, themes for…
 
Ellen Foley is famously known as the female singer on Meat Loaf's 'Bat Out of Hell' album, significantly duetting on 'Paradise By The Dashboard Light'. But she also had a great solo career, worked with The Clash and many others including Blue Oyster Cult as well as having a career on Broadway, on TV and in movies such as Cocktail with Tom Cruise. I…
 
Ian Anderson has been the driving force behind JETHRO TULL for over half a century! With more than 60 million records sold worldwide, Jethro Tull can look back on a catalogue that contains classics such as 'Aqualung', 'Thick As A Brick', 'A Passion Play', 'Minstrel In The Gallery' and 'Stand Up' and now look forward when the release of 2022's 'The …
 
This special tribute show to Marvin Lee Aday, known to the world as MEAT LOAF, features contributions I've recorded with ELLEN FOLEY (female singer on the Bat Out Of Hell album), JOHN PARR (St Elmo's Fire singer and good friend) and UK national radio presenter CLAIRE STURGESS from Absolute Classic Rock. We also hear fan reactions to his sad passing…
 
We pay tribute to the stars of the classic rock world that sadly passed away in 2021. With contributions from some special guests we look back at the heroes that are sadly no longer with us and the legacy they leave behind. Part of Pantheon Podcastsโดย Vintage Rock Pod
 
Great Rock Stories Volume 1 is a mix of some of amazing tales told by some legendary stars, including 3 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductees! You'll hear about The Beatles before they were famous, kicking the door down for women in rock, an iconic song that helped to bring down the iron curtain, the early days of punk in the UK, how Sting came to sin…
 
Jim McCarty is a Rock & Roll Hall of Famer, inducted with his band, the legendary, ground breaking and iconic 60's group The Yardbirds! He played alongside some of the greatest guitarists of all time as the band boasted Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page among their number! Hear Jim talk about playing with these guys, plus stories of replacing …
 
Donnie Vie is the former frontman, lead singer, songwriter and guitar player with the band Enuff Z Nuff. Best known for their big singles 'New Thing' and 'Fly High Michelle', they were on heavy rotation on MTV, Howard Stern was a big fan and so too was David Letterman, having them multiple times on his show. Rolling Stone magazine even called them …
 
Dave Brock has been the driving force behind legendary space rockers Hawkwind for over half a century! Although he's now 80 years old, he's steered the group to their 34th studio album release "Somnia" which superbly adds to the back catalogue which already includes 15 records that have made the UK Top 40! Hawkwind's career is a twisting tale and t…
 
John Lodge is a Rock & Roll Hall of Famer as part of the legendary British group, The Moody Blues. With sales of more than 70 million records worldwide 'The Moodies' broke new ground with their iconic "Days of Future Passed" album, one of the first successful concept albums. With big hits like 'Nights in White Satin', 'Ride My See-Saw', 'Your Wilde…
 
Something a little different this week, I've been asked a few times to include some new wave or synth - so here you go! With platinum selling albums and multiple top 10 hits in the UK, US, Canada and Ireland plus playing at Live Aid Wembley Stadium, Howard Jones has had a great career so we'll hear some of his stories. Plus - we get an update of ou…
 
(Don't Fear) The Reaper is a masterpiece Blue Oyster Cult created in the mid-70's and almost half a century on it's still loved and played on the radio today. Albert Bouchard was a founding member of the group and tasted all the highs including hit albums Agents of Fortune and Fire of Unknown Origin as well as the hit singles Godzilla, Burning For …
 
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