On Saturday, March 29th 2008, Eddie Money, Jesse Money (Eddie’s daughter and backup singer), and Rich Franko (Big 7 Records) were gracious enough to talk to Concert Blast after the Eddie Money sound check and before his packed house concert at the Wildhorse Saloon in Nashville, TN.
Rick Springfield came to perform two nights at the World’s Famous Wildhorse Saloon in Nashville, TN. On Rick’s first night, Friday February 15th, Mike and Tom met with Rick Springfield backstage for a short interview.
Rick was super nice and answered all the questions without hesitation. He discussed the various places he lived, his youth, his acting, his family, his upcoming CD, and many other things. Listen as Mike, Tom, and Rick discuss the life of Bruce… I mean Rick Springfield.
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TIME FOR ANOTHER MUSIC DISCUSSION
While we took a break from our concert reviews, Brian got the idea to create a Music Discussion with songs of TIME. If you think about it, there are several. I know, I know, we will definitely forget the obvious songs. In fact, the songs on the intro are some we forgot.
Posted on 9/29/2007
On Wednesday night September 12th, 2007, Mike, Brian, and Tom headed to the Wildhorse Saloon again in their hometown of Nashville, TN. They were there to witness one of the best rock shows that came out of the 80′s… NIGHT RANGER. The guys from Night Ranger, the staff, the publicist, and the management were super friendly to us! We thought we would enjoy the concert, but we had no idea we would Love it. Enjoy the Interview and Concert Review with lots of live sing along clips.
It was a joyous and a sad occasion on March 10th, 2007 in Evansville, IN as top-billed Christian rockers, Audio Adrenaline performed for the last time in the city. Audio Adrenaline has now dwindled down to two original members (Mark Stuart and Will McGinniss) and moved from a headlining act to an opening slot for Mercy Me as they say farewell to their fans on their last tour. Listen to our podcast of one of their final shows as Concert Blast‘s Mike Arnold and Brian Hasbrook walks through their set list describing the details along the way as well as capturing live clips from the night.
Here are fun conversations with members of Alice Cooper’s band and many of his fans before and after his Nashville, TN concert at the Ryman Auditorium on September 30, 2006.
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Here is an Interview from Ryan Roxie, formerly the guitarist for Alice Cooper. Ryan met with Concert Blast before a concert backstage at Chastain Park in Atlanta, GA. Alice Cooper had Cheap Trick on tour with him. Ryan is a huge Cheap Trick fan and was super thrilled to have them on the tour. Ryan also had his bandmate and friend, drummer Eric Singer (also the drummer for KISS) to join us for a quick hello. Ryan is a very funny and friendly guy who appreciates where he ended up. Ryan discussed touring with Alice Cooper, writing with Alice Cooper, his other project Roxie 77, his family, and many other topics. Click the link and enjoy this podcast from 2005.
This our second podcast. A music discussion on our favorite concerts from all time. We also included favorites from those who emailed us or called us. Recorded Live at Fazolis Restaurant in Hermitage, TN.
Paul McCartney – Chicago – Beach Boys – Styx – Barry Manilow – What makes a Good Concert – Yes – The Who – Damn Yankees – Jack Blades – Tommy Shaw – Ted Nugent – Alice Cooper – Queen – KISS – Bob Seger – Elton John – Journey – The Babys – Sammy Hagar – Angel – Mothers Finest – AC/DC – Rush – Bryan Adams – Black Oak Arkansas – Judas Priest – REX – Bruce Springsteen – Aerosmith – Grand Funk Railroad – ZZ Top – Lynyrd Skynyrd – Newsboys – Audio Adrenaline – Outro
This is the first Concert Blast podcast. This show includes Tom’s short review of the Memphis in May Beale Street Music Festival from 2005, Concert Surprises, and a special interview with Concert Promoter, Steven Greil on some of his wild and wacky experiences. Show highlight discussions include Memphis in May, Cheap Trick, Rod Stewart, Aerosmith, Ozzy Osborne, Black Sabbath, Van Halen, J Geils Band, and more! This Show was recorded in a booth at Cracker Barrel Restaurant in Nashville, TN.