Barstool Rockers

A Music Conversation

Barstool Rockers is a podcast about music.  Hosted by two life-long rock fans, it aims to inform and hopefully entertain.

Episode 18: Lawrence Gowan

 
 

Lawrence Gowan had a massively successful career as a solo artist (Gowan) in Canada and in 1999, decided to change directions and took up keys & vocals for the Classic Rock powerhouse, Styx. We got a chance to talk with Lawrence and learn about his past, discuss the latest Styx album and find out who would open if his band and Styx played a double bill together.

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Episode 17: Have a Point

It's been a few weeks since we chatted about the happenings around music.  Seemed like a good day to catch up on things like: Ozzy's LAST EVER tour, Madonna's tribute to Aretha, the first performer at Stonehenge, Ghost's Halloween show, covering oldies, the new AC/DC rumors, Alice Cooper's thoughts on today's musicians, Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody soundtrack, Steve Perry, Michael Schenker, Mr. Big and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

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Episode 16: Robert Berry / 3.2 (Part 2)

Wrapping up our conversation with Robert Berry on the new from the band 3.2 entitled, The Rules Have Changed. This is a continuation of the album that Robert made with Carl Palmer and Keith Emerson back in the late 80s with the band 3, called To the Power of Three.

We spend some time talking about Keith, Robert's musical career, prog rock, the 80s, washing dishes, the December People and more.  

If you haven't yet heard the album, you can get it from iTunes, stream it on Spotify and iHeartRadio, the Frontiers Records website, Amazon and anywhere great music is found.

The album features the last musical work from the late, great Keith Emerson, as he and Robert were sharing musical ideas and mapping out the album that came about after his passing.

Check out Robert's website:
 http://www.robertberry.com/

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