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  1. Doug Goldstein had me doubt the roadie/author because he doesn't remember Joe. I did confirm with Alex Grossi to ask Dizzy (who has a quote on the front cover) if the guy is legit...and he is. I appreciate Doug having me look into it, he doesn't want the fans taken for a ride. Joel was great though, I knew as soon as we spoke that he's a genuine dude. Second half is Joe Cotela from DED. They were on the same bill as GNR at Download, he spoke how much that meant to him. Also I've uploaded my Zoom/FB live interviews to my YouTube channel. Interviews with Doug, Frank, Dave Mustaine and
  2. Dave Mustaine chats about about Slash writing the foreword to his new book and the "Axl Calls" chapter. Also Ep. 215 features Dez Fafara of DevilDriver discussing his love of Guns N' Roses. Video is just Dave, podcast features both.
  3. ...I asked for pics and he responded by asking for my number? I offered Zoom. He said no worries and that we'll talk during our interview Tuesday. Odd?
  4. I will ask. Doug said to ask if he had any itinerary - hotel/gig/flight info, that he should have from Vegas and Rio 01. Doug said he would bet $100 he doesn't....and Joel responded by saying he doesn't and he changed all the roadies names in the book. Of course I want to believe this guy...would be very weird to make up this book, but Doug is making a case and wants to protect the fans.
  5. I have an interview with this guy next week and I would like some feedback...Doug Goldstein thinks this guy is lying about his history. What Doug texted me... "Joel Miller says he was working for Axl in 2001, I left in 2004...how do I not know him?" "He didn't know Beta's name, everyone knew her name." "He says he was spending 20 hours a day on the making of Chinese Democracy. I used to go to the studio and don't ever remember meeting this guy." He also texted Michelle Young who worked for STP, who Joel also said he worked for and she said "No clue who that guy is."
  6. Different dude. That's Marco Mendoza. Mark "The Animal" Mendoza was in TS.
  7. The legendary Dee Snider joins us to talk all things Twisted Sister, metal, radio, horror, Long Island, his right to speak, Guns N' Roses and a lot more! iHeartRadio --> https://ihr.fm/2EbuYDw Spreaker --> https://bit.ly/3j0VwGh SoundCloud --> https://bit.ly/2YhfF2L Spotify --> https://spoti.fi/2EgXQtH
  8. Grammy-nominated Arian Buhler returns to the podcast to talk about his Guns N' Roses lithographs, box set design, and more! iHeartRadio --> https://ihr.fm/2XTEIZE Spreaker --> https://bit.ly/3akmRzY SoundCloud --> https://bit.ly/2DXkTtu Spotify --> https://spoti.fi/3fPA992
  9. I reached out late last year and got a response from his rep. "He tends to do very little press these days… but hope springs eternal!" This reminds me to follow up.
  10. Tracey may be best known for being Guns N' Roses' backup singer during the Use Your Illusion era, but she is much more. Tracey joins us to discuss what important projects she is currently on and reminisce on her time with GnR. Watch the interview here or listen to the full podcast wherever you listen to podcasts!
  11. NEW! Ep. 206 - William "Bootsy" Collins The legendary Bootsy Collins joins us to discuss his latest single “Stars,” creativity in quarantine, and his upcoming new album with Buckethead! Bootsy shares the story of how he first united with Bucket and more! Then for a hybrid Appetite for Discovery/Fan Obsession segment, we're joined by musician Brandon Fields. We chat about his GnR tribute band, new original album featuring Todd Kerns, and more! iHeartRadio --> https://ihr.fm/38R6Rox Spreaker --> https://bit.ly/2CyDHOJ SoundCloud --> https://bit.ly/2C6hyaP Spotify --
  12. I'll post an update on my socials when I know more. He was prepared for this. Shame, but it's really good and he's not asking for $.
  13. An Ayewis Documentaries production presents "Dust N' Bones: The Story So Far." This Izzy Stradlin documentary premieres June 27th on Ayewis Life on YouTube. Learn about the man behind this tribute doc.
  14. No worries. Just wanted to make sure it was known I spoke a lot about myself this episode for a reason. Personalities that are all me-me-me annoys me to no end. And honestly, sometimes the humor is nothing more than a defense mechanism. I appreciate the feedback.
  15. Roberta is sweet. As stated in the interview, I spoke about myself specifically to prove a point, be an example for others. To represent mutual feelings with the listeners toward race. What would be more effective? Speaking in generalities or personal feelings?
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