Today we talk about Beau's recent discovery of the band Dorothy on corporate radio, and how sometimes radio can still shine a light on good music, why its tragic that it doesnt do it more often, possible new music from Guns N Roses and more. Subscribe to The Rock Savages Podcast on iTunes, YouTube or Stitcher today!
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Today we give some thoughts on what could possibly be some of our most influential records. This kind of thing is almost impossible, and with limited slots, we left a ton of great rock and metal albums out. However, we name some all time classics that were very impactful in our lives, as well as countless other musicians in the Rock & Metal realm. Subscribe to The Rock Savages Podcast on iTunes, YouTube or just about anywhere else that you listen to your favorite podcasts. Burn Blue Sky & Red Water Tragedy music is also available on iTunes. Support Rock!
Today we held court on the early nineties music scene in Seattle Washington, and the role Guns N Roses played in the transition from Hair Metal to the Grunge era. We also talk a bit about our experience with record labels in the late nineties and the sinister elements of the music business back in the day when the major label record labels were king. We also play the new song "Bar Fly" from the newly unearthed album from the nineties Grunge band Gruntruck, who had their own problems with the recording industry back in the day. Their kick ass new album comes out through Found Recordings on October 13th 2017. You can pre-order the album here: http://bit.ly/2xMxVF2
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