This week Jay and Cameron discuss the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame fan voting, the Sonic Temple and Welcome to Rockville festival lineups and what they could mean for Rocklahoma, lawsuits involving Dimebag Darrel, AEG vs DWP, and Fortnite, and more.
Cameron Buchholtz recently sat down with Anders Fridén of In Flames backstage at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City. They discussed the band's new single "I am Above," their upcoming new album, touring with diverse acts, and much more.
Cameron Buchholtz recently sat down with Breaking Benjamin frontman Benjamin Burnley to discuss touring with Five Finger Death Punch, playing different size venues, shooting a music video in Oklahoma City, and much more.
Jay Ramone talks to Guitar Player, Producer, Engineer, Stephen Egerton from The Descendents & ALL about their show at the Cains Ballroom & the ALL Reunion show at IDL Ballroom. We discuss Tulsa, Ernie Ball Guitars, Hagfish, Black Flag, touring again & being a rock star Dad.
Cameron recently spoke to Phil Anselmo about his solo project Phil Anselmo & the Illegals, paying tribute to Vinnie Paul & Dimebag Darrell by playing Pantera songs again, his new band En Minor, and much more.
Cameron recently spoke on the phone with Patterson Hood of Drive-By Truckers ahead of their Nov. 14th show at Cain's Ballroom in Tulsa. They discussed the release of the Adam's House Cat album, the new DBT album, rarely playing in OKC, losing fans because of politics, and much more.
Cameron recently spoke to Coheed & Cambria's guitarist Travis Stever to talk about performing at the historic Cain's Ballroom, dressing up as Ghostbusters, their new album 'Unheavenly Creatures," returning to a major label, and more.
Cameron recently sat down with Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein of Doyle and The Misfits. They discussed halloween costumes, music streaming, staying vegan on the road, intense touring schedules, and much more.
Cameron recently spoke to Tyler, Caleb, & Graham of Tyler Bryant and the Shakedown about touring with Clutch and Sevendust, playing the legendary Cain's Ballroom, starting work on their new album, and much more.
Cameron recently spoke to Trivium bassist Paolo Gregoletto. They talked the band's consistent upward career trajectory, being on the most successful US headline run of the band's history, sharing production with opening bands, and much more.
Cameron recently sat down with Light the Torch frontman Howard Jones to talk about what led to changing Devil You Know to Light the Torch, joining Killswitch Engage for a track on their new album, writing for Dee Snider, and much more.
Cameron recently sat down with Clutch frontman Neil Fallon to discuss the band's new album 'Book of Bad Decisions,' why the band doesn't do paid VIP meet & greets, the Music Modernization Act, and much more.