06 December 2018

Rockin the Studio podcast for 03.12.18

 

 

So then boys and girls and rock fans of all ages, this is very cool – This is the first show sponsored by Emma Scott (former Kerrang DJ) and her organisation Plugginbaby, and it’s very exciting, and I’m very honoured.

So, on with the tunes….. this weeks show was vaguely organised…. there were a couple of ‘grouped featurettes’ but one this is for sure – the show is rammed full of Kick-ass tunes. Enjoy!!

ACDC – Satellite blues

Aerosmith – I’m down

Airbourne – No way but the hard way

Black Sabbath – Sweet Leaf

Blackstone cherry – Me and Mary Jane

Cream –  feel free

Deever – Only Enemy (FACEBOOK)

Def Leppard – Love bites

Dennis Stratton – Heroes

Devin Townsend – Liberation

Joey Tempest – Forgiven

KISS – You wanted the best

Leontas – Pick me up (FACEBOOK)

Machine head – A thousand lies

Meme Detroit – De Moe (FACEBOOK)

Police – Tea in the Sahara

Primal Fear  – In metal

Queen – Stone Cold crazy

Rage against the machine – Guerilla Radio

Ratt – All the way

Roxx – What’s a boy to do

Savatage – Edge or thorns

Scorpions – Walking on the edge

Secrecy – No? No!

Sepultura – Rumours

Slipknot – Heretic anthem

Steel Panther – I like drugs

Stone Sour – Inhale

Tesla – Toke about it

Thin LIzzy  – Someday she is going to hit back

Tom Robinson band – 2 4 6 8 Motorway

Y&T – Face like an angel

The unsigned/up and coming bands that were on the show, I’ve included a link to their Facebook page. Please ‘like’ and share them and show some love as they work their asses off to create music. Without people like you….. smaller bands will never get to be bigger bands.

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Here is the link to Plugginbaby, who I’m proud to say are sponsoring the show – They have some great bands on their roster. The three bands in the Loud Lounge this week were all bands on the Plugginbaby roster. I’ll feature more over the coming weeks.

If you know anyone struggling in the music biz and don’t know what to get them for Christmas, then get them the great ‘If It Was My Band’ written by Emma Scott Miles. Emma has a long history in the biz and is packed with helpful information to steer people through the rocky shores of the music industry. Here’s the link to buy it.

 

The video for you this week is of an interview with Emma Scott, just to get over to you the passion this woman has for helping bands get ahead in the biz-