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Vixen keyboardist and friend of the show Tyson Leslie returns for More Rare Hare. Now in it's sixth installment, the Rare Hare series of concerts have become a favorite of Nashville concert-goers. Incredible players from across the board perform deep cuts and favorites from the heady days of the 80's. Moreover, the playing is coming from members of some of your favorite bands.

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In this long form talk, Tyson gives us the details on the upcoming concert that features Enuff Z'nuff kicking off the night with a set of tunes. Additionally, he tells us about his new gig with Vixen. Coupled with his experiences with The Big Rock Show, Tyson's tenure in Vixen has put him into some surreal scenarios. In fact, his multiple "pinch me" moments make for some entertaining discussion. Moreover, Tyson has some great stories of his piano bar job and some strange song requests. Finally, we finish off with a playout track by Vixen of Tyson's choice.

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Funny, honest, from the heart 🤘

by tom b. NJ on Jan 26, 2018
Rating: ★★★★★

These guys are part of my weekly routine. They connect with their listeners and....they care. It’s a mutual love of hard rock and metal. Subscribe. Today. Keep it going guys!!

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Robert Sedler reviewed Decibel Geek Podcast — 5 star

February 1 at 4:59pm ·

I started listening to podcasts in early 2017 and immediately went looking for a decent rock/metal show. I found a few that were forgettable, and a few that were downright awful. I stumbled upon Decibel Geek and noticed that they had an entire episode dedicated to the mighty Y&T. I said to myself, “OK, this is worth checking out”.

I love being right, and boy was I ever right.

These guys freakin’ GET IT. They cover a wide spectrum of everything that rocks, and have a good knowledge of some obscure bands that never get enough love. They live what they love, and you can tell that their love for the genre is as real as it gets.

Keep it up guys. You've got a great show, and you’ve got a listener for life. \m/

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Joey Vanchieri, Mary Ann Cowley, Growin’ Up Rock podcast, Dave Alderson, Amber Bits, Kisstory Science Theatre, Rich Canamar, Brandt Cattell, Rockin Ron Runyon, Greg York, Joe Royland, Sit & Spin with Joe, Tom Cullen, Matt Ashcraft,  Stacey Sullivan, Marc Alden Taylor, Free Form Rock Podcast, Jay Szczeblewski, Bakko, Cobras & Fire, Paul Korn, Matt Porter (The KISS Room), Sean Cullen, Scott Smith, Wayne Cross, Eric Nesbitt, Joseph Capone, Kenneth Roy, Cool World, James Brendon Dunn, Greg Troyan, Andy Lafon, Warren Money, Joe Lascon, Mikael Burell, Eric Sartana Horner, Aaron Baker, Story Time with Aaron Baker, Andrew Jacobs, Otto Erlend Gregersen, David Glynn, Brad Kalmanson, Adam Cox, Trevor McDougall, Joe Lascon, David Glynn, Sonny Pooni, I’m in Love with Satchel from Steel Panther, Knighthawk, Save Rock n Metal, Nick Rose, TJ Cullen, Joe Becht, FMPB Podcast, Christopher Stokes, Digital Killed, Ernesto Aguilar, The Mooger Fooger

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In an ongoing quest to make you question your sanity, we're back this week with Bizarro Covers. The concept is simple; hard rock and metal bands covering songs that are anything but. After doing 7 previous volumes of this theme, we had our work cut out for us. We think you'll enjoy the results. Who doesn't want to hear heavier versions of Miley Cyrus, Daft Punk, Roxette, Neil Young, and many more?

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Additionally, we also clear up any confusion over comments made about a certain podcast with a monetary name. It's the last time we do. We wouldn't want it to look like we're trying to get attention or anything.

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We're back this week to share our reaction to last weekend's return of Vinnie Vincent! The Atlanta KISS Expo brought back the elusive Ankh Warrior, Vinnie Vincent to the delight of KISS fans everywhere. We had an eventful weekend and you'll hear about it all this week. Additionally, you'll hear our take on the return of Vinnie as well as our hopes for the future.

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We went into the weekend with a lot of questions. How would he act towards us? Does he know of the show? Would he agree to be interviewed? Answers to those questions and more are included as well as our thoughts in general on the reception to this KISStoric occassion! We hope you enjoy Vinnie Vincent Reaction - Ep309 and SHARE with a friend!

Special shout out to promoter Derek Christopher for doing the impossible in bringing Vinnie back to the fans. Additional shout out to Christina Greene and the fine folks at the Vinnie Vincent...Full Shredd!!! Facebook page for their longtime devotion.

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by Ashcrafty on Jan 15, 2018
Rating: ★★★★★

I've been listening to podcasts since 2005 & tried to find rock podcasts. There were a handful out there but they weren't quite what I was looking for. Finally I found Decibel Geek & they checked all the boxes on my list! Chris & Aaron have great chemistry & passion for music. The show has everything you want the music you love, the hidden gems you missed back in the day, & the amazing new music that's needs to be played for the world. They do great interviews with players big & small in the industry. Even if it's just the two bantering, it's always entertaining.If creating a great podcast isn't enough. They've started a movement of fellow podcasts & an exhaustively rewarding website full of all the content you need. Decibel Geek is the hub for all the music content you need. Thanks to Decibel Geek I'm listening to more music than ever. Thanks for all the hard work, guys.

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Ross J Feickert reviewed Decibel Geek Podcast 5 star

January 21 at 6:31pm ·

Chris and Aaron put on one of the best rock & roll podcasts this side of the TCP/IP stack. I defy you to find a better couple of lads. Their interviews are the stuff of legend and you can always count on them to bring a little levity to your day. In short, the Decibel Geek Podcast makes my pants tight, even if they failed to mention my Liquid Ass purchase via the Amazon link.

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Joshua Toomey (Talk Toomey), Ian Wadley (Rock & Metal Combat), Rockin’ Ron Runyon, Adam Cox, Digital Killed the Radio Star podcast, Andrew Jacobs, Aaron Baker (Story Time with Aaron Baker), Growin’ Up Rock Podcast, Todd Cunningham, Joe Royland, Sit & Spin with Joe, Neil Johnson, Drunken Lullabies, Dennis Talbott, Ages of Rock Podcast, Shane Hebert, The Synaptic Empire, Kenneth Roy, Scott Stine, Joe Lascon, Mike Grabowski, Joseph Capone, KISS Army Omaha, Alexis Komodikis, Derek Leyba, Wayne Cross, Mike Stewart, Marc Alden Taylor, Free Form Rock Podcast, Eric Sartana Horner, Mikael Burell, Jacob Eriksson, Greg McGlone, Craig Broderick, Samuel Wetz, Save RockNMetal, Satan, Sonny Pooni, Tom Brennan, Ruben Garcia, JJ Mac, Darreyl Alber, Ernesto Aguilar, Christopher Stokes, The Mooger Fooger

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The Countdown to Vindication is on as we share our Top 5 Vinnie Vincent Solos! Additionally, we're sharing our thoughts on the Atlanta KISS Expo which is just days away. It's been over twenty years since Vinnie has appeared in public and this week he's doing it in a big way. The now-sold out Atlanta KISS Expo is sure to be a real experience for KISS and Vinnie fans. What has he been up to? What are his plans for the future? Moreover, did he save his former employers?

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Top 5 Vinnie Vincent Solos

 

Between KISS and solo work, Vinnie Vincent has laid down some incredible guitar solos. This week we've each picked our top five. In this episode, you'll get some shredderific moments from Creatures of the Night, Lick it Up, as well as both Vinnie Vincent Invasion albums. Get your air guitar out and join us.

Leading off the show, we're announcing the venue and date of Nashville Rock n Pod Expo 2! We had so much fun last year we had to do it again. We hope you'll join us and help spread the word.

Chris and Aaron will be at the Atlanta KISS Expo this weekend, Saturday January 20th, 2018. Be sure to stop by the Decibel Geek / Podcast Rock City table to pick up some free swag and talk rock with the guys.

Also, be sure to leave YOUR Top 5 Vinnie Vincent Solos choices on the Facebook fan page post for this episode as well as what YOU hope Vinnie will do going forward. Cheers and long live the Ankh Warrior!

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iTunes Review:

Great listen

by Rocr2 on Jan 10, 2018
Rating: ★★★★★

This pod cast gets a five star just for turning me onto Orchid! Can’t even begin to imagine the prep time these guys put into a show bringing a great wealth of knowledge ,humor and entertaining . It’s also refreshing to hear a music related podcast where the host does not talk about himself for half of it. Amazing variety of bands , songs , sounds , interesting bio , little known facts and even some useless information packed into each show. Their passion shows through on every episode!!!!! If your not a subscriber you are missing out.

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Joe Bernstein reviewed Decibel Geek Podcast — 5 star

January 12 at 2:16pm ·

I just discovered Decibel Geek podcasts. As a child of the '70's and '80's, this is right up my alley. I drive truck for a living, and prefer to listen to things to keep my brain engaged, and this certainly fits the bill. Your passion and knowledge for the music we all love makes the podcasts enjoyable. But the interaction amongst yourselves, with the sense of humor, respect (for each other and the guests) as well as love for the deep cuts and out-of-the-ordinary, make this podcast a necessity. Thank you.

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Joe Royland, Eric Nesbitt, Matt Ashcraft, Dave Kostka, Neil Johnson, Mike Graboski, Brent Tibbetts, Mikael Burell, Sean Cullen, Rockin Ron Runyon, Aaron Baker, Rob Webb, Kenneth Roy, Free Form Rock Podcast, Dan Chaput, Sit and Spin with Joe, Growin’ Up Rock Podcast, Marc Alden Taylor, Jay Szczeblewski, Oner Xynan, Samuel Wetz, Andrew Jacobs, DugtheDevil, musi729zawa, Sonny Pooni, JJ Mac, Graham Spark, SaveRocNMetal, David Hudson, Digital Killed the Radio Star, Ernesto Aguilar, Christopher Stokes, Scott Dunmyer

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If you think Rock is dead, then we have three hours of audio that prove you wrong. The Best of 2017 features twenty songs from the best Rock and Metal albums released over the past year.  We've selected our top 10 albums and are going to spin tracks from each in a 3-hour marathon episode. Additionally, you'll get discussion on some the events that made 2017 a banner year for Decibel Geek.

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Several veteran acts released strong material in 2017. Alice Cooper proved he still has the macabre touch with the release of Paranormal; an album that features a wide variety of sounds and special guests. Did it make our lists? You'll have to listen to find out. Moreover, other seasoned artists including Living Colour, Mark Slaughter, LA Guns, Warrant, Overkill, Jack Russell, and Vain released new material. We discuss all of these albums and where they rank on our lists.

One new trend in the hard rock world these days are supergroup projects and 2017 had a number of them. Of note, releases from Revolution Saints, Sons of Apollo, Black Country Communion, and Tokyo Motor Fist came out.

Also new for 2017 were offerings from Night Demon, Every Mother's Nightmare, Klassik 78, GWAR, Bigfoot, The Darkness, and Danko Jones. With this in mind, we have a lot to get to. We hope you enjoy Best of 2017 and SHARE with a friend!

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We're back this week to tackle July through December for our 1996 Year in Review Pt2. July sees Layne Staley taking the stage for the last time. The Alice in Chains vocalist would overdose after a show in Kansas City, MO and never perform live again. Also in July, the Spice Girls hit big while scientists clone the first sheep. We're not saying there's a connection. We also aren't saying there isn't one. We discuss these stories and spin tunes from Jack Russell and Sublime.

The month of August in this 1996 Year in Review Pt2 is a busy one. Oasis is hitting their peak on the strength of 1995's 'What's the Story Morning Glory' album. The band is selling out shows all over the world while getting massive press for shooting off their mouths. Conversely, Ramones were wrapping up a three decade career filled with great songs as well as disappointment.  We take on these subjects as well as play cuts from Type O Negative and Michael Schenker Group.

1996 Year in Review Pt2

 

September of 1996 contains a bunch of great music. In this 1996 Year in Review Pt2 episode we spin fresh tracks from Thunder, Rush, Neurotic Outsiders, and Tool. Moreover, October sees the trend of solid rock music continue with releases by Marilyn Manson, Motorhead, Dio, and a greatest hits album by Van Halen. Speaking of Van Halen, the band shocked the world at the MTV Video Music Awards as the band reunited on stage with original singer David Lee Roth to present an award. The reunion was over before it began, however, and the whole thing fizzled quickly due to infighting. We discuss the Van Halen reunion that wasn't in this episode.

The month of October 1996 included a big announcement by guitar hero Slash as he announced his departure from Guns N Roses. This announcement cemented most music fans opinion that the band was finished. Additionally, October included new music from Ugly Kid Joe, Corrosion of Conformity and a strange new release from LA Guns. We share some tracks from these bands and discuss some of the reasons behind Slash's big decision.

November and December of 1996 included newsworthy items such as Bill Clinton defeating Bob Dole in the US election and the launch of the Mars Global Surveyor. New music from Gotthard, Poison, and Nerf Herder is unleashed on the world. We take a look at these stories this week.

So many subjects, so many songs, and so much more including Top Movies of 1996 and classic commercials! We hope you enjoy 1996 Year in Review Pt2 and SHARE with a friend!

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Joe Royland, Sit and Spin with Joe, Scott Smith, Eric Sartana Horner, Dave Kostka, Kevin Williams, Neil Johnson, Allen Tate, Derik Novak, Ian Wadley (Rock & Metal Combat podcast), Brennan Barrier, Otto Erlend Gregersen, Mikael Burell, Wayne Cross, Joseph Capone, Sean Cullen, Greg McGlone, Darren Parkin, Rockin’ Ron Runyon, Aaron Baker, Kenneth Roy, Free Form Rock Podcast, Growin Up Rock Podcast, Marc Alden Taylor, Samuel Wetz, Jay Szczeblewski, Andrew Jacobs, Cole Thornton, David Myerez, Chris Larson, SaveRockNMetal, PCarrillo, Christopher Stokes, David Glynn, 86, Ernesto Aguilar, Daniel Lee, Sonny Pooni, Digital Killed the Radio Star podcast, Billy Hardcore, MDG Rock Photography, Dirk Sokolowski, The Mooger Fooger

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This week we look at 1996, a year that celebrated the past while looking to the future. In part 1, we dig into the first half of 1996; and it was a busy six months. January includes stories on the evils of Alternative Rock and near fatal incidents involving some big name celebrities. Additionally, it included new releases from ACCEPT and Mr. Big.

We head into February of 1996 by discussing some fantastic rock releases. It was a month that included fresh material from Bad Religion and Enuff Z'nuff. It also featured new releases by veteran artists like Deep Purple as well as Bruce Dickinson.  February 28th was a monumental day for KISS fans as the original band appeared in full regalia at the Grammy Awards. This week we give you our reactions to this event as well as our take on the mania that was the KISS Reunion Tour.

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The month of March, 1996 was a busy on in the rock and metal world. Judas Priest returned with a new lead singer, KISS released MTV Unplugged, and Stone Temple Pilots solidified their standing with Tiny Music. Additionally, the Beatles returned to the top of the heap with their Anthology album release.

The big story of April 1996 is certainly the Unabomber arrest. Ted Kaczynski was found holed up in a Montana cabin after years of harm. Also, Local H releases their As Good As Dead album on April 16th. We're not drawing any parallels (or are we?).

May of 1996 was chock full of great music releases. New material by hard rock stalwarts Scorpions and Great White was premiered. Soundgarden wrapped up their golden age with Down on the Upside. Additionally, new music from King's X and a fantastic one-and-done album by Imperial Drag.

We close out this week's episode discussing June of 1996. News stories covered include the Communications Decency Act of 1996 and the kickoff to KISS' reunion tour at Detroit's Tiger Stadium. Music covered in June includes Zakk Wylde's first solo effort, Book of Shadows, and the aforementioned KISS with their You Wanted the Best release.

We had a blast looking back at the first half of 1996. Included in this episode are discussions of sports stories of the year as well as popular television shows. All that and, of course, plenty of classic commercials.

If you enjoyed this Year in Review episode be sure to check out our Year in Review archive!

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Stryper bassist Perry Richardson returns to Decibel Geek this week to discuss his new gig and spin some great songs. In this episode, you'll hear details on the circumstances that led to Perry landing the gig as well as future plans for the band. Additionally, Perry spins Six Songs that have a personal meaning to him. The stories that go along with his choices are, as expected, entertaining.

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Perry Richardson

In this Six Songs episode, Perry Richardson spins tracks by artists such as Judas Priest, Angel, Crimson Glory, and more! Be sure to catch Perry Richardson out on the road with Stryper in 2018!

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5 Stars - from Mark Adams

The Decibel Geek Podcast is a must listen every week for me. I became a faithful listener about a year ago for several reasons.

1) The Music: I always get to listen to great music. The variety of tunes featured is top notch. Into some of the bands more than others, but the exposure to music I haven't heard before is always appreciated.

2) The Guests: Chris and Aaron have what it takes to make an interview worth
listening to. The stars and guest that are on are always entertaining. The insight and humor is always appreciated. I learn something I didn't know almost every time.

3) The Variety: I love themed shows, Toddzilla, KISSmas in July, The featured shows (RUSH, AC/DC) and especially the Radio Sucks episodes. A huge shout
out to the Y&T episode you had. They have always been a top 3 band for me and it was great for them to get the exposure they deserve.

Thats about it. I will continue to make this podcast a weekly must listen. Great Job guys!!

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DBG VIP and host of the Damn Good Movie Memories Podcast, Brian Davis joins the guys to spin and discuss some of their favorite Bonus Tracks! Any true Decibel Geek knows that some true gold can be found on import and expanded versions of albums. Average music listeners may chalk them up as throwaways but we know better!

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Bonus Tracks

In this two-hour episode, the guys take turns showcasing some of their favorite bonus tracks released over the years. In this jam packed music and discussion episode, you'll get audio goodness from artists such as RATT, Poison, Lynch Mob, Ozzy Osbourne, Alice Cooper, Y&T, King Kobra, Black Sabbath, Edguy, Tesla, KISS, Airbourne, Badlands, Judas Priest, and Skid Row. Brian also turns the tables on Aaron and Chris for a quick questionnaire on movies!

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The guys are back this week after realizing their Canadian friends were too busy with their own podcast to cover their normal Thanksgiving duties. For five years, Rich "Meister" Dillon and Wally "Gator" Norton devotedly filled in on the last week of Thanksgiving so Chris and Aaron could enjoy time with their families and celebrate their holiday. However, this year the calls and emails went unanswered and the guys were forced to go back out and knock out an episode. The wives are none too pleased.

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Since Rich and Wally are so caught up in their new CGCM podcast, the guys decided to just rip them off and do some of their routines (with a little tweaking for needed improvement). You'll get some special segments and a Playlist Battle that featured songs picked by each host. Artists spun include UDO, Edguy, Megadeth, Anthrax, and a bunch more. Be sure to keep up with the Decibel Geek facebook page for a poll you can vote in to pick the winning playlist.

The Canadians seem pretty full of themselves. They seem to think they don't need the exposure that Decibel Geek can bring. To that, the guys say "Those Hosers are Fired!"

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