Monthly Archives: February 2014

Episode 41 – I Could Live My Life Alot Better Than I Think I Am

Hello my find feathered finks!  We had a couple of set backs this week.  Very sad to hear of the passing of Harold Ramis of Ghostbusters fame among so many others.  He was an integral part of many of our childhoods and formative years and he will be missed!  “Do not cross the streams, it would be incredibly bad.”

Also we lost an incredible singer this past week, Mr. Kelly Holland of Cry Of Love.  He was only 52 years old, he will be missed, and we will continue to share his music with you all, because the little work that he gave us was something to be cherished.

Hour 1 – We kick the show off with Rush, and “Working Man”.  It is my theme song as of late, perhaps it has been for a while, but I was in the mood for this one, so here it is.  We have Skid Row, WASP, Cry Of Love, The Dirty Streets, James Gang, Kadavar, some 70’s Scorpions, and even some Amboy Dukes this hour!

Check out Leslie West on this weeks episode of That Metal Show, along with Mick Jones of Foreigner.  We close the hour with a track featuring both of them from The Leslie West Band, “Don’t Burn Me”.

Hour 2 – Jake E. Lee and The Red Dragon Cartel start us off, along with some Queensryche and Winery Dogs.  Scorpion Child, Sabbath, and some rarely heard Kiss stretch across the middle of the hour, and we have a track from Mach 22, Probot featuring Trouble’s Eric Wagner, Walking Papers, and the show closes with an epic track from Year Long Disaster called “Swan On Black Lake”.

Episode 40 – Stormbringer Dance On The Thunder Again

This is our 40th Episode!  I am having a bit of trouble getting my head around that still.  Its been a great ride so far, and we have lots more to come.

Hour 1 – We open the show with a powerhouse Deep Purple classic featuring Coverdale on lead vocals, “Stormbringer”.  The show rolls on with a track from Van Halen’s 1984, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary!  I also get in to a bit of a rant on the state of the music business, based on a great article in this months Classic Rock Magazine.  And to show that Rock isn’t dead I hit you with a few great new bands, and tracks from some classic artists that have continued making great music.

Hour 2 – The hour opens with Zeppelin’s epic “Achilles Last Stand”, and more great stuff from The Temperance Movement, The Cult, and Bad Company are celebrating their 40th anniversary this year.  More tunes from The Answer, Black Stone Cherry, Billy Idol, and more fill out the hour.

Thank you all for listening, and keeping the show alive.  Send your comments, requests, questions and whatever else to, or leave comments on our Facebook page!

Episode 39 – He Never Betrays What He Thinks

Hello everyone, this week I did the show in Catoosa, OK at the Hard Rock Casino.  Nice place!   Had a chance to catch up with some old friends who I feature some tunes from on this weeks show.

Hour 1 – The Who opens the show with their classic “The Real Me”, one of the most incredible songs in their catalog in my opinion.  Songs from Orchid, Queensryche, Scorpion Child, Slade, The Delta Riggs and more in hour one.  I play a request for Blue Oyster Cult, and some more spacey rock from Captain Beyond and Kadavar round out the hour.  Free Fall closes out the first hour of the show with their plodding powerhouse track “Attila”.

Hour 2 – The Sweet kicks off the hour, along with The Rival Sons and a classic from Heart.  Then a little tip of the hat to some friends that I had a chance to catch up with this week.  It was great to see Audley Freed and Rob Kearns of Cry Of Love fame, both now playing with Cheryl Crow.  Then I had a chance to visit with Damon Johnson and Ricky Warrick of Black Star Riders, and of course Damon was an earlier guest on this show.  They are writing new material for the BSR upcoming record now.  Also got to see Jeff LaBar of Cinderella whose son is in the new band Mach 22.  And finally my dear friend Mr. John Corabi and his clan, it was great to catch up with the most interesting man in the world!  So I have some tracks in the show from Cry Of Love, Brother Cane, The Scream, and Cinderella. Joe Perry, Dirty Streets, and Black Sabbath wrap up the show in grand fashion.

Episode 38 – I’m Watching All The Time

Lots of music news this week for you during the Noize Faktory, lots of your favorite bands are hard at work on new records right now, and we even have a new power trio to look forward to.

I have new music for you from Screaming Eagles, The Answer, Dead Daisies, Pat Travers, and Leslie West, and that’s all in the first hour.

I have some classics for you from Priest, Kiss, AC/DC, and more.

I want to hear from you all, send me some messages or leave your comments on our facebook page, send us a tweet @noizefaktory, or email