Carmine Appice is a legend when it comes to drumming. As Rick Van Horn said in Modern Drummer magazine (1999) "Carmine Appice set the foundation for heavy drumming ... before Bonham, before Ian Paice... before anyone else." He's played with a wide range of bands from Vanilla Fudge, Blue Murder, Rod Stewart, King Kobra, Ozzy Osbourne, Paul Stanley, Ted Nugent, Cactus, and Rod Stewart to name a few. He even performed on Pink Floyd's "Dogs of War."Read More
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Things just got goofy at times. We spend a few moments on Sib Hashian's passing, Record Store Day, Mike McCready's Mr. Potato Head, Tool, The Dead and more.Read More
We start the day off talking about the passing of Chuck Berry and just some of the people he influenced. Then it's on to The Who in Vegas, Wolfgang Van Halen, Sammy talks about a VH reunion and what it would take, Pink Floyd Art, Meat Loaf the musical, Stairway to COURT and so much more.
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