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Best Motorhead podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Motorhead podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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From 1986-1992, The Cathouse was at the epicenter of the Hollywood Rock scene. Some of the biggest bands in rock would play unannounced shows at the Cathouse but it wasn't the performances by bands like Guns n Roses, Motorhead, Alice Cooper, Pearl Jam, Faster Pussycat, Black Crows (the list goes on) that put Cathouse on the map. It was the sleaze and debauchery, the Raunch 'n' Roll. Riki Rachtman former host of MTV's Headbangers Ball owned the Cathouse. He opened it with his roommate Taime D ...
 
Welcome to all Mealheads!! Even if you are not a metal head and don't listen to heavy music, we still welcome you!! We welcome you because we want you to understand and enjoy Heavy Metal music as much as we followers do. Its not about worshiping Satan or about hurting people. Its more about being a brotherhood and sisterhood where misfits can all feel accepted and welcomed. It also allows us to get our aggression out from time to time. In this show we bring you weekly news that is happening ...
 
Martian Landscape broadcasts weekly on DashRadio.com's "11" and "70's" stations, with archived episodes available here via podcast! Martian Landscape focuses on musical obscurities (and absurdities) from 70's hard rock/psychedelia, New Wave of British Heavy Metal, thrash metal, 70's/80's glam, 60's garage rock, punk, new wave, post punk, and whatever else your host, The Maestro, can pull from his vast musical archives, Martian Landscape will take you on a 2 hour tour of the unknown...downloa ...
 
In this series of revealing #interviews, music journalist Cat (http://www.cat.uk.com) tells tales about some of the biggest names in the world of music, arts, and entertainment. A book of transcripts of interviews with guests not featured on the broadcast show is available for purchase: CATtales Book (http://www.blurb.co.uk/b/8997548-cattales) Twitter: @CATtalesPodcast (http://www.twitter.com/cattalespodcast) Facebook: /CATtalesPodcast (https://www.facebook.com/CATtalesPodcast/) Instagram: @ ...
 
TOUCH THE SPIDER! Music from the dark side of life Music and videos from TOUCH THE SPIDER! TOUCH THE SPIDER! mix elements of the 70th with Doom, Gothic and Psychedelic. They are inspired by Joy Division, Hawkwind, Motörhead, Black Sabbath, Pentagram and Saint Vitus. An emotionally thick and entirely developed atmosphere evolves from the melancholic and at the same time catchy sound. Feels like Black Sabbath jamming with Joy Division. Though TOUCH THE SPIDER! are influenced by rather differen ...
 
We’re Useless Info Inc and we're calling this podcast series “Anti-Seminal.” You know those rock albums that everyone talks about and everyone seems to own? We’re not talking about those. We dig them, but on this podcast we’re going to look at bands from A to Z and bring some love to albums that may be underrated and deserve more attention. The focus will be on hard rock and metal, but we’ll be sure to mix it up now and then.
 
Hosted by Tim Caple, every month the Classic Rock Podcast show rounds up of all the stories making Classic Rock News over the last month from AC/DC to Zeppelin...with music to match, we have the Album of the month, we check out what features in this months Music mags, we round up the Rock Album Charts we have "The Classic Rock Interview"and we jump back in time to look at the Music Press from the last 30 years. Plus lots of other great features "The Greatest Live Track from a Live Album " an ...
 
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May 2020: With over 100 million albums, four Grammies, three Brits, an Ivor Novello Award and an induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, John Illsley has done it all. Playing a pivotal role in the success of Dire Straits, John has been credited with the creation of the band’s original sound and is the only member, other than Mark Knopfler, t…
 
In a packed program this month we begin celebrating Deep Purple In Rock at 50 hearing from Jon Lord, plus we come up to date with Whoosh and hear from Roger Glover. Genesis are back we hear Phil Collins from the archive talking about Peter Gabriel and Steve Hackett's departure then its Dennis DeYoung on his new album plus Styx and the press review …
 
May 2020: This tale is about one of the best rock-blues guitarist of his generation. It starts with a boyhood dream and ends with him playing alongside some of the rock greats of the last 40 years. Co-founder of Whitesnake, he counts many of the band’s hits amongst his song-writing repertoire and co-wrote one of the most successful rock ballads of …
 
April 2020: We’re rockin’ the Covid-19 lockdown with a fresh series of interview and where better to start than with the mighty Motörhead. Following the end of the band in 2015, guitarist Phil Campbell didn’t have to look far when assembling a new band of brothers to perform with. After 30 years making mayhem with Lemmy Kilminster and Mikkey Dee, h…
 
In this months show Aerosmith on 45 years of "Toys in the Attic" perhaps their greatest ever release. ELP celebrate 50 years since the release of their debut album. Ritchie Blackmore turns 75 this month he and Dio were talking back in 75 about the release of their debut plus we have the monthly press review and the vintage press review. --- Send in…
 
Riki Rachtman (Headbangers Ball ) Gilby Clarke (Guns n Roses ) Taime Downe (Faster Pussycat) These 3 guys were the forefathers of the World Famous Cathouse. Yes you will hear a few stories from "Back in the Day" but during this unique time of Corona Quarantine we find out what these 3 guys are doing while they STAY AT HOME plus a look back at the C…
 
Welcome back to the Classic Rock Podcast and this month we have a "Women in Rock" special we hear music and conversation from some of the greatest names of the last 60 years plus we round up the news and the press reviews. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/classic-rock-news/message
 
Welcome to a celebration of 1980 its all about the music and the interviews this month and you will hear not only great music but some interviews from the archive from, Dio and Sabbath, Judas Priest, Joe Elliot Def Leppard, David Coverdale Whitesnake, Bruce Dickinson on Samson , Steve Harris and Paul Di'Anno on Iron Maiden, Kim McAuliffe GirlSchool…
 
Welcome to the first of 2020 and a big show , we have all the usual features, the news the press reviews etc the main feature is on 1970 and the birth of Heavy Metal as Sabbath emerged as did classic output from , Purple, Zeppelin, Free, CCR, Uriah Heep we will here archive interviews as well from, Geezer Butler, Gillan, John Lord, Free, David Byro…
 
Van Halen's David Lee Roth has a little story that Riki Rachtman would like you all to believe but unfortunately he shares the truth. Junkyards Tim Mosher recaps the night at the Cathouse Guns n Roses Axl Rose Skid Row Sebastian Bach fought off flying pieces of paper, woman and took over the pit. Plus Riki is on hs way to NAMM and a preview of The …
 
Gilby Clarke was just another one of the regulars at the Cathouse Hollywood nightclub. He shares a few tales with Riki Rachtman about the good ol days and the surprising turn of events that led him to getting the gig as the guitarist fro Guns n Roses. Every stone is turned over including the time Riki had a hand in a move that almost destroyed Gilb…
 
Another big show this month stuffed full of great Classic Rock , we open by celebrating a 40th anniversary of "Spirit of Radio" then we head off in search of the great super groups of our time including interviews with Jimmy Page and Paul Rodgers of "The Firm" we hear from Carmine Appice on Jeff Beck and we have those Damn Yankees as well as the pr…
 
Motley Crue signed a contract 4 years ago . A legal contract stating they would never tour again. NEVER EVER....This summer The Crue will be back playing LIVE. Some are glad, some feel they have been had. Former MTV Headbangers Ball Host, Cathouse owner and FORMER Motley Crue friend Riki Rachtman gives his very uncensored comments about his history…
 
Another bumper podcast with all sorts of features, Jimmy Page had the "Greatest Riff of all time " bestowed from a vote a while back this archive interview captures his reaction, Zeppelin went to Iceland back in 1970 as part of a cultural exchange Robert Plant was interviewed whilst there and the music industry was being looked into in the USA back…
 
Prior to Riki Rachtman hosting the Headbangers Ball he ran the notorious rock club the Cathouse but even before that Riki met Ryan Roxie and the two came up in the Hollywood rock scene of 1986. Today Ryan is the guitarist for Alice Cooper. Together the two share some wild stories about the decadent lifestyle of an era in rock n roll that will never…
 
Welcome to the September "Classic Rock Podcast" which is a special extended show this month coming up we hear from Ginger Baker from prior to the last Cream show in 69, this year is the 49th anniversary of the death of Jimmy Hendrix we listen back to his final interview just a week before his death. Brian Johnson teases his new season of "Life on t…
 
After Al Jourgensen decided that synth pop just wasn’t a good look for him, Ministry produced a savage trilogy of albums that together constitute one of the definitive statements in industrial metal. They followed with this effort, less approachable and un-radio-friendly but well worth a listen for immersion in grating sonic textures of pure doom. …
 
Welcome to the latest edition of The Classic Rock Podcast and in this months show as Nick Mason prepared to receive his "Prog God" award we hear from a very young Pink Floyd with Barret, Mason, Waters and Wright plus the months news round up and press review, we have a special feature on the 50th anniversary of Woodstock and we celebrate the return…
 
Headbangers Ball was one of the most popular shows on MTV. The biggest Hard Rock and Heavy Metal bands in the world were on that show and even though there were several hosts. Riki Rachtman has always been the face of the program . For some reason even though it what the Cathouse owner is most recognized for he has been unusually quiet about his wh…
 
Riki Rachtman is joined with Tracii Guns. The two LA Natives share tales back from the time the two were reckless Hollywood punks to when Tracii started a band called Guns n Roses. Why did Tracii quit Guns n Roses to start his own band L.A.Guns? Was the "Dirt" accurate in it's description of Motley Crue's first show. What was Hollywood really like?…
 
Welcome to the summer edition of the Classic Rock Podcast, this month Highway to Hell celebrates its 40th year and Yes released their debut album 50 years ago this july we hear an archive interview from them and this moth in 1979 saw Rainbow release Down to Earth, Ritchie Blackmore Graham Bonnet and the legendary drummer Cozy Powell all remember a …
 
When Riki Rachtman sat down with Tom Morello (Rage Against the Machine, Audio Slave, just to name a few it was for Riki's other show The Triple R. Who would have thought Tom not only rocked the spandex and bandana but tried to get into several Sunset Strip bands only to be shut down. Tom also references the band VIRGIN much to the surprise of Riki.…
 
Riki Rachtman former host of Headbangers Ball answered your Cathouse questions that were left at 310 243-6265. or on facebook.com/cathousehollywood . The questions were not screened Riki hit play and answered LIVE Yes this show is nothing like the other episodes but like the Cathouse we like to mix things up once in a while Law suits, Drugs,Feuds, …
 
Joseph Brooks owned a record store in Hollywood called Vinyl Fetish. One day he let an unknown band decorate the window to promote there debut album. It was Nikki Sixx and Tommy Lee. He would let Izzy Stradlin sell his wrist bands in the store before Guns n Roses made a record and when they had recorded the first song Joseph was the first person to…
 
Riki Rachtman former host of Headbangers Ball and owner of the Cathouse sits down with the Cults Billy Duffy. The discuss the album Electric and of course share a few Cathouse tales. One story leaves Riki a little speechless.With all the historic rock performances at the Cathouse you may be surprised to know the Cathouse was initially set up as a R…
 
Welcome along to the June edition of the Classic Rock podcast, we hear from Slash about the early days of Guns'n'Roses plus Whitesnake are back with a rollicking good album Flesh and Blood we have a track from that and Sammy Hagar is back in the big time with The Circle and we have music from his top 5 album "Space Between" . Plus we have lots of n…
 
Riki Rachtman once again brings us back to Hollywood to 1988. Outside of the Cathouse we takes us to the Comedy Store and the place where everybody got inked before it was acceptable Sunset Strip Tattoo. What role did this legendary shop play in the Cathouse Tale. John 5 is one of the top guitarists in rock today. He currently is a successful solo …
 
Johnny Depp and Robert Downey Jr went to the Cathouse ? Ugh ya Actor Josh Richman brought them Josh was also a big part of the LA Rock scene while hanging out with Hollywoods elite. He adds a unique perspective on the whole rise and decline of the 80's-90's rock clique of Los Angeles and the rise of the scene in Seattle. Watch the Guns n Roses vide…
 
November 2018: Self-taught guitarist Jamie Moses has gone from playing US Air Force bases at the tender age of 13 to stadiums with Queen and Paul Rodgers, not to mention Bob Geldof, The Pretenders, Chaka Khan and even Tom Jones in between. And the telephone hasn’t stopped ringing. Now playing with Paul Young and Los Pacaminos, The SAS Band and the …
 
Well its the anniversary show this week as we celebrate a few notable moments in rock history beginning with a celebration of the 74th birthday of one of the finest players these shores have produced, Ritchie Blackmore and we hear Lemmy recount one of the many memorable tales of high jinx involving RB as well as the man himself describing what he's…
 
1989 Was a great year for rock and roll and Oct 10,1989 stands out as not only one of the best LIVE performances from Guns n Roses but the unbelievable circumstances that led Axl Rose to chase David Bowie down the street in front of the club. You may have heard bits of this story but you never heard what David Bowie was really like that evening. He…
 
Riki Rachtman brought his podcast to the Sunset Strip and recorded the show LIVE in front of an audience at the Grafton Hotel on the Sunset Strip in Hollywood. Joining Riki is Taime Downe singer of the band Faster Pussycat, Riki's former roommate and co-creator of the Cathouse and Fred Coury the former drummer of Cinderella and long time friend of …
 
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