The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

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Eddie Trunk, the most well-known name in hard rock and metal music, brings his insight, commentary, reviews, discussion and in-depth interviews to the podcast world! Join Eddie and his famous friends in rock and entertainment every week for a rollicking good time. To access the entire show archive, go to PodcastOne.com.

Episodes

ET - Frank Ferrer // Jimmy DeGrasso

Eddie delivers a double header of rock drummers on this episode! First, Guns 'n' Roses drummer Frank Ferrer joins in to discuss his new band, Pssr. Then, Jimmy DeGrasso explains why he is no longer in RATT, remembers bandmates that have passed, and discusses just some of the illustrious bands he has performed with, including Megadeth, Alice Cooper, Suicidal Tendencies, Y&T, and so many more!
13/08/201h 22m

ET - Lars Ulrich // Robert DeLeo

On this massive episode, Eddie is joined by two legends! First, Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich rings in to discuss Eddie's "Top 20 Metallica Songs List," while also reflecting on the early days of his career vs. now, making songs you liked at the time, but later outgrew, why they like doing cover songs, and gives his personal favorite Metallica songs! Then, Stone Temple Pilots bassist Robert DeLeo closes the show out and discusses the band's 'Core' album live streaming event, growing up on The Jersey Shore, and so much more!
06/08/201h 19m

ET - Steve Gorman

On this exclusive podcast episode, Eddie has an intimate dscussion with original Black Crowes drummer Steve Gorman who discusses some major moment from his new tell-all book, 'Hard to Handle: The Life and Death of the Black Crowes--A Memoir.'
29/07/201h 48m

ET - Rikki Rockett // Charlie Starr

Eddie Trunk brings you another double header this week! First, Poison drummer Rikki Rockett phones in to discuss the new music from Devil City Angels, the status of Poison, his health, and more! Then, Blackberry Smoke frontman Charlie Starr checks in to discuss the band's upcoming record, their latest EP, and shares stories from when the band was on the road.
23/07/201h 32m

ET - Phil Collen // Frank Hannon

On this double episode, Eddie is joined first by Def Leppard guitarist Phil Collen who reflects on the band's past while shares his hopes for the future. He also discusses his new fitness challenge, how the shutdown has affected him, and more! Then, Tesla guitarist Frank Hannon rings in and discusses the new band he's working with, Red VooDoo, his Heavy Metal Hippie Beer, his collaborations with Gibson, and more!
16/07/201h 32m

ET - Joe Bonamassa // Butch Walker

Eddie Trunk brings you another double shot on this episode! Guitar legend Joe Bonamassa kicks things off and discusses what it was like being on tour when the pandemic started, building a fan base without social media, Black Country Communion, and looks back on some moments from his storied history. Then, Eddie concludes with his first ever interview with singer/songwriter Butch Walker who discusses his new album, 'American Love Story,' his previous bands, his history with producer Desmond Child, and more!
08/07/201h 43m

ET - Beau Hill // Adrian Vandenberg

On this double episode, legendary producer and engineer Beau Hill first joins Eddie to discuss his storied career, working with artists like Ratt, Kix, Winger, and so many others, his role in the formation of Interscope Records, what he's up to now, and more! Then, Eddie closes the show with guitarist Adrian Vandenberg, who discusses reforming his namesake band, the new Vandenberg album, and his other projects!
02/07/201h 32m

ET - Neal Schon

Journey guitarist Neal Schon joins Eddie on this episode and discusses writing and recording new music during isolation, the band's lineup changes, his various other projects, and more!
25/06/201h 0m

ET - Corey Taylor // Andy Parker

On this double shot, Eddie brings you TWO massive interviews! First, Slipknot/Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor calls in to discuss his new solo album, almost singing for Anthrax and Velvet Revolver, recent charity work, and more! Then, UFO founding member/drummer Andy Parker remembers late guitarist Paul "Tonka" Chapman, who passed away on June 9, 2020.
18/06/201h 25m

ET - Ace Frehley // Chris Jericho

On this double shot, Eddie Trunk is first joined by legendary KISS guitarist Ace Frehley who checks in on his birthday. The Spaceman discusses writing a new album, having to postpone the latest release, his favorite song from his own catalog, and more! Then, pro wrestler and Fozzy vocalist Chris Jericho rings in to discuss his new 80's Kiss cover band, Kuarantine. He also discusses what it's like to wrestle in an empty arena, precautions being taken to protect wrestlers from getting sick, and more!
11/06/201h 17m

ET- Bruce Kulick

Guitarist Bruce Kulick (ex-KISS, Grand Funk Railroad) checks in with Eddie on this episode and reflects on his 13 years in KISS. Kulick also discusses performing with his wife, playing on Billy Squier's debut album, his plans for the future, and more!
04/06/201h 11m

ET - Klaus Meine // Jack Russell

Eddie brings you a double episode this week in which he is first joined by The Scorpions' frontman Klaus Meine. Meine gives an update on the new album, discusses the impact Little Richard made on him, talks "Winds of Change" conspiracy theories, and so much more! Than, Jack Russell of Jack Russell's Great White rings in from his boat and talks about his new solo album, 'Once Bitten Acoustic Bites,' being the second ever performance on MTV's 'Unplugged,' and more!
28/05/201h 9m

ET - David Coverdale

Whitesnake singer David Coverdale rings Eddie on this episode and discusses the upcoming vinyl remix of 'Slide it In,' the band's latest tour cancellation and his concerns about the future of touring, the prestigious guitarists he has had the privilege to perform with, and more!
21/05/201h 35m

ET - Tony Iommi

Heavy metal Godfather Tony Iommi joins Eddie for over one uninterrupted hour on this episode! The guitar legend discusses life after Black Sabbath, 10 years since the passing of Ronnie James Dio, upcoming plans to re-release some Black Sabbath material, writing new music, and so much more!
14/05/201h 30m

ET - Sully Erna // Gavin Rossdale

On this double episode, Eddie is first joined by Godsmack frontman Sully Erna who discusses the new music video for "Unforgettable" and getting the kids involved, his new "Hometown Sessions" YouTube show, giving back, and shares stories about late Rush drummer Neil Peart. Then, the headlining making interview with Gavin Rossdale is next, in which the Bush frontman discusses the challenges of co-parenting during quarantine, his upcoming album 'The Kingdom,' new music, his predictions on touring, and so much more!
07/05/201h 43m

ET - Kevin Cronin

REO Speedwagon frontman Kevin Cronin joins Eddie for an extended chat on this episode! The frontman discusses his upcoming 50th anniversary of being in the band, his upcoming book, the band's cameo on the series 'Ozark,' and 40 years since the release of the band's seminal album, 'Hi Infidelity.'
30/04/201h 33m

ET - Sammy Hagar + Michael Anthony

Former Van Halen members Sammy Hagar and Michael Anthony check in from isolation to discuss what they've been up to with their current band, Sammy Hagar and The Circle. The guys talks about how the pandemic has affected their touring plans, what they've been up to, their new song "Funky Feng Shui," and tons more!
23/04/201h 21m

ET - Lzzy Hale // David Ellefson

On this double episode, Eddie is first joined by Halestorm frontwoman Lzzy Hale who discusses how she's adapting to isolation, writing the next record, her signature guitar, and more! Then, Megadeth bassist David Ellefson calls in and explains how Covid-19 affected the band's tour and studio plans, his new song for his charity, The David Ellefson Youth Music Foundation, and more!
16/04/201h 43m

ET- John 5 // Joey Belladonna

Eddie Trunk serves another double shot on this episode in which he is first joined by guitarist John 5. The Rob Zombie shredder discusses how the current Covid-19 pandemic has affected the band, the difference between performing with Rob Zombie and his side band, The Creatures, the documentary he's working on, and more! Then, Anthrax singer Joey Belladonna calls in to discuss his new Journey tribute band, Journey Beyond. He also gives an update on Anthrax, his other band Chief Big Way, and more!
09/04/201h 31m

ET - Chuck Billy // Tommy Skeoch

Eddie Trunk brings you another double shot on this episode! First, Testament vocalist Chuck Billy calls in and discusses his recent battle with Covid-19, the band's recent tour in Europe with Exodus and Death Angel, and the band's new album, 'Titans of Creation.' Then, former Tesla guitarist Tommy Skeoch discusses his new band, Resist & Bite, why he was fired from Tesla, his sobriety, and more!
01/04/201h 9m

ET- Dennis DeYoung

Styx founding member Dennis DeYoung joins Eddie to discuss his new solo album, '26 East: Volume 1.' The singer/songwriter discusses working with Julian Lennon, the possibility of ever reuniting with Styx, his thoughts on the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame, and more!
26/03/2051m 51s

ET - Ted Nugent

Guitar legend Ted Nugent rings in on this episode to discuss his upcoming summer tour, being a musician for nearly 60 years, his current lineup, swapping guitars with Eddie Van Halen, his branded coffee, and more!
19/03/2053m 14s

ET - Bret Michaels // Gary Cherone

On this jam packed episode, Eddie is first joined by Poison's Bret Michaels, who discusses Poison's upcoming stadium tour, playing for the troops, and his upcoming autobiography, among other things. Then, Eddie talks to singer Gary Cherone about Extreme and his Van Halen days. During the last interview, we also hear from Whitesnake's Joel Hoekstra, Tesla's Jeff Keith, Def Leppard's Rick Allen, and Enuff Z'Nuff's Chip!
12/03/201h 2m

ET - Randy Blythe // Mark Morton

On this episode, Eddie Trunk brings you two separate interviews with Lamb of God vocalist Randy Blythe and guitarist Mark Morton, who are both promoting two very different things! Blythe discusses the band's upcoming tour with Megadeth, their new song and music video, the upcoming record, his photography, and more. Then, guitarist Mark Morton drops by to promote his brand new solo EP while also discussing how he juggles so much at once!
05/03/201h 13m

ET - Krokus // Steve Harris // Dee Snider

Eddie Trunk brings you a rare triple episode this week! From the high seas on the Monsters of Rock Cruise, Krokus members Mark Storace and Chris von Rohr drop by and discuss their decision to end the band as well as their upcoming international tours. Then, Iron Maiden bassist Steve Harris talks about his new band, British Lion, and their new album 'The Burning' as well as tour plans, and the art of juggling a new band along with Iron Maiden. Closing us out is Twisted Sister mainman Dee Snider, who deep dives into the history and goals of his petition to get AC/DC to perform at the next Superbowl halftime show and answers the question everyone wants to know - will we ever see a reunion from Twisted Sister?
27/02/201h 10m

ET - Dirty Honey // Tuk Smith

Eddie Trunk dedicates this double episode to emerging rock and roll bands! First, all members of Dirty Honey drop by and discuss their current tours, road life in a van, their new EP, not being signed to a label, the plans for upcoming music, and so much more. Then, up and comer Tuk Smith of Tuk Smith and The Reckless Hearts discusses the band's coveted spot on the upcoming Motley Crue/Def Leppard summer tour, his background as a musician, as well as the new single, "What Kinda Love."
20/02/201h 37m

ET - Sons of Apollo

The gang’s all here on this episode as Eddie is joined by all five all-star members of Sons of Apollo! Mike Portnoy, Bumblefoot, Derek Sherinian, Billy Sheehan, and Jeff Scott Soto drop by and discuss their upcoming tour, their respective projects, and more!
13/02/2056m 47s

ET - Klaus Meine // Jay Buchanan

On yet another double dip, Eddie Trunk is first joined by The Scorpions' singer Klaus Meine who discusses the band's upcoming Sin City Nights shows in Las Vegas, the new album that's coming out, having their own branded whiskey, and more. Then, Rival Sons frontman Jay Buchanan drops by and talks about the band's two Grammy nominations, which they unfortunately did not win, the pressures of singing the national anthem, the writing process for the upcoming album versus the process for albums before, and answers listeners questions!
06/02/201h 2m

ET - Mike Portnoy // Andy Curran

On part two of Eddie Trunk's Neil Peart Tribute, Eddie is joined by first by drummer Mike Portnoy, who shares his feelings about Peart as both a friend and a fan. Then, Coney Hatch bassist/singer Andy Curran concludes this In Memoriam with his own stories of Peart.
30/01/2052m 7s

ET - Taylor Hawkins // Nick Raskulinecz

Eddie Trunk remembers Neil Peart on this very special tribute to the late Rush drummer. First, Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins discusses playing Rush songs in front of Peart, what Peart means to him, and so much more. Then, producer Nick Raskulinecz talks about recording the last two Rush albums, tells stories about working with Peart, and more. Next week, Eddie will air a second part to this heartfelt tribute.
23/01/2058m 17s

ET - Neil Peart Tribute // Angel

Eddie starts this episode off on a somber note as her pays tribute to legendary Rush drummer Neil Peart, whose death rattled the music community. Then, Eddie is joined by the members of the newly formed Angel, including Frank Dimino, Punky Meadows, and newcomer Danny Farrow. The guys discuss their new album, 'Risen,' how the reunion came together, and what they are respectively doing outside of the band.
16/01/201h 2m

ET - Jon Zazula

The legendary Jonny Z of Megaforce Records (and Eddie Trunk’s former boss!) sits down with his prodigee to discuss his biography, ‘Heavy Tales: The Metal. The Music. The Madness.’ Zazula also discusses Metallica’s beginnings, why he’s telling his story now, some of his biggest career moments, and the guys reflect on their days at Megaforce together.
09/01/2048m 13s

ET - Joe Elliott

Def Leppard singer Joe Elliott joins Eddie on the first episode of the new year to discuss his new album with his side project Down n' Outz, 'This is How We Roll.' Elliott also discusses if Def Leppard plans on writing new music, their upcoming stadium tour, writing "Goodnight Mr. Jones" in David Bowie's memory, and the upcoming release of the "The Early Years" box set, which celebrates the 40th anniversary of the band's debut album.
02/01/2055m 17s

ET - Frank Hannon

Tesla guitarist Frank Hannon joins Eddie on the last episode of the decade to discuss his brand new solo single, "South Side," which is about his life growing up. He also discusses what's new with Tesla, his podcast, 'Far Out,' and more!
26/12/1950m 25s

ET - Luke Spiller // Bret Michaels

Luke Spiller of The Struts drops by on this episode and discusses his recent move to Los Angeles, the new material he's working on, his musical influences and guilty pleasures, and much more! Plus, Bret Michaels calls in!
19/12/191h 26m

ET - Dave Meniketti

Y&T singer/guitarist Dave Meniketti takes a deep dive into the band's new documentary, 'On With the Show,' on this episode of the Eddie Trunk Podcast.
12/12/1958m 19s

ET - KXM

KXM members George Lynch (Dokken, Lynch Mob) and Dug Pinnick (King's X) join Eddie Trunk in person and discuss the band's new album, 'Circle of Dolls.' They discuss why they haven't played live yet, how they stay fit, the ugly side of the music business and more! Plus, the band's drummer Ray Luzier (Korn) rings in and makes a cameo appearance!
05/12/191h 17m

ET - Franki Banali

Quiet Riot drummer Frankie Banali joins Eddie Trunk on this episode and gets deep about his recent cancer diagnoses. Additionally, he also discusses the future of Quiet Riot, his time in Steppenwolf, living in Los Angeles, working with Billy Idol, and more!
28/11/191h 4m

ET - Steve Harris

Bass legend Steve Harris gets face to face with Eddie Trunk on this episode and discusses the upcoming sophomore record of his band, British Lion. Harris also discusses doing the Monsters of Rock cruise, what's next for Iron Maiden, and more!
21/11/191h 14m

ET - Billy Duffy

The Cult guitarist Billy Duffy joins Eddie on this episode to discuss the 30th anniversary of 'Sonic Temple,' his recent tour, what the Manchester scene was like growing up, his plans for new music, and more! Plus, a cameo appearance from Scott Ian!
14/11/191h 1m

ET - Desmond Child

Songwriting legend Desmond Child joins Eddie on this episode to discuss his new album, 'Desmond Child Live.' Child also dishes on the various mega-hit songs he has written for artists such as KISS, Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, Alice Cooper, Joan Jett, and so many more!
07/11/191h 18m

ET - Vivian Campbell // Frank Marino

On yet another double shot of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, Eddie is first joined by Def Leppard/Dio guitarist Vivian Campbell who discusses the Def Leppard Las Vegas residency, playing with Thin Lizzy, his days in Dio, why he started Last In Line, and more! Then, jam band icon Frank Marino of Mahogany Rush calls in to discuss his brand new six-hour long DVD, 'Live at the Agora,' the music business now vs. 50 years ago, and much more!
31/10/191h 24m

ET - Holly Knight

Renowned songwriter Holly Knight joins Eddie Trunk on this episode and discusses her storied career, which includes working with heavy hitters like KISS, Pat Benatar, Aerosmith, Anton Fig, Bon Jovi, Heart, Ace Frehley, Patty Smyth, and so many more!
24/10/191h 4m

ET - Dave Navarro + Stephen Pearcy

Eddie Trunk is joined by Jane's Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro and Ratt vocalist Stephen Pearcy on this episode, in which the two discuss writing some new music together. The guys also give updates on their respective bands and what the future holds for them musically, discuss Iron Maiden, dish on crazy hotel stories, and more!
17/10/191h 18m

ET - Pat Travers // Angel

Eddie brings a blast from the past on this double episode! First, guitarist Pat Travers discusses opening for Deep Purple, opportunities to be in bands that he turned away in favor of being a solo artist, the story behind the song title "Snortin' Whiskey," and more! Then, Punky Meadows, Frank Dimino, and Danny Farrow of Angel drop by and discuss their new album, 'Risen,' their big comeback, and more!
10/10/191h 19m

ET - Myles Kennedy // Ricky Medlocke

Eddie delivers another double shot on this episode with Alterbridge's Myles Kennedy followed by Ricky Medlocke of Blackfoot and Lynyrd Skynyrd. Kennedy discusses Alterbridge's new record, 'Walk the Sky,' as well as the current tour, picking the setlist, and what he does when he gets sick on the road. Then, Medlocke rings in and discusses the Lynyrd Skynyrd farewell tour, playing Hellfest, what's new with Blackfoot, and more!
03/10/191h 23m

ET - King Diamond // Josh Todd

On yet another double episode, Eddie is first joined by heavy metal royalty King Diamond who discusses the upcoming tour, his health, how the Mercyful Fate reunion came about and whether or not they will have new music, and so much more! Then, Buckcherry frontman Josh Todd checks in and discusses the band's latest single and music video, "Radio Song,", bands who use backing tracks and why it’s important that they do it live, the departure of co-founder Keith Nelson, and more!
26/09/191h 21m

ET - Slash // Steve Lukather

Eddie brings you another double shot this week! First, guitar god Slash phones in to discuss juggling two bands, the new Slash ft. Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators 'Living The Dream' box set and DVD, having to find temporary members, Guns 'n' Roses, and more! Then, Toto's Steve Lukather drops by and discusses his book, 'The Gospel According to Luke,' celebrities he has played guitar with, and more!
19/09/191h 14m

ET - Corey Taylor

Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor joins Eddie on this episode and discusses the band's new album, 'We Are Not Your Kind.' Taylor shares his thoughts on what it's like to have the #1 album in America, how he feels about streaming services, Iron Maiden, the band's new mystery member, and more!
11/09/191h 2m

ET - Korn // Shavo Odadjian

Eddie Trunk features a double shot of two of the most seminal bands of the early aughts on this episode. First, Jonathan Davis and Brian "Head" Welch drop by to discuss their new album, 'THe Nothing,' as well as touring with Alice in Chains, starting 25 years ago vs now, watching MTV when it signed on, and more. Then, System of a Down's Shavo Odadjian wraps things up with an in depth interview about the band's history, his love for KISS, scoring a film with the RZA, and more! Plus, Eddie Trunk receives a surprise visit from Robert DeLeo of Stone Temple Pilots!
05/09/191h 18m

ET - Joe Perry // Lou Gramm

You don't wanna miss a thing on this double episode of the Eddie Trunk podcast in which Eddie is joined first by Aerosmith guitar god Joe Perry followed by Foreigner singer Lou Gramm while backstage at Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp. Perry discusses touring with Aerosmith, writing with The Hollywood Vampires, why he likes to do the fantasy camp, and more! Then, Gramm discusses his influences growing up, what he's currently up to, and more!
29/08/191h 9m

ET - L.A. Guns

Tracii Guns and Ace Von Johnson of L.A. Guns join Eddie on this episode to discuss their new album, 'The Devil You Know.' The guys also reflect on their storied history, including Tracii's significant ties to Guns 'n' Roses, and so much more!
22/08/191h 7m

ET - Jack Russell

The mainman of Jack Russell's Great White joins Eddie on this episode and reflects on the bands history, dishes on what it was like to watch the band with a different singer, talks about life living on a boat, and we learn that "Great White" is much more in Jack's life than a band name!
15/08/191h 2m

ET - Alice Cooper // Ted Nugent

Eddie Trunk has another double dip for you on this episode with shock rock god Alice Cooper followed by axman Ted Nugent. Cooper discusses the anniversary of his seminal album, 'Trash,' The Hollywood Vampires, and more. Then, Ted Nugent checks in to discuss the recent tour, the lineup, why he loves 'Trunkfest,' and more!
08/08/1954m 49s

ET - Steve Harris // Godsmack

Eddie brings you another double shot on this episode! First, Iron Maiden bassist Steve Harris checks in to discuss the band's Legacy of the Beast Tour, who picked the setlist, what's new with British Lion, and so much more! Then, Godsmack's Sully Erna and Tony Rombola drop by to discuss their new album, 'When Legends Rise,' the music industry when they first started versus now, making music videos, The Scars Foundation, and more!
01/08/191h 8m

ET - Luke Spiller // Ricky Warwick

The boys are back in town on this episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast! The Struts singer Luke Spiller kicks things off and discusses the band's cover of "Dancing in the Streets" and landing a Dodge commercial spot, getting up early to perform on 'Good Morning America,' and gives and update on what the band is working on now. Then, Ricky Warwick of the Black Star Riders phones in to discuss paying tribute to the late Phil Lynott (Thin Lizzy) and the recent passing of Phil's mother, the addition of Christian Martucci (Stone Sour) in BSR, the band's upcoming new record, and more!
25/07/191h 4m

ET - Jay Buchanan

Rival Sons' vocalist/guitarist Jay Buchanan joins Eddie on this episode for an in-depth chat about the band's latest record, 'Feral Roots.' He also discusses touring, writing music, his thoughts on the future of rock 'n' roll, Black Sabbath, and more!
18/07/191h 3m

ET - Faster Pussycat

Taime Downe and Chad Stewart of Faster Pussycat drop by on this episode to discuss their summer tour. The band also addresses Downe's health scare and new lifestyle changes, whether or not their will be new music soon, and more!
11/07/1956m 20s

ET - Michael Anthony // Joe Satriani

On this special 4th of July episode, Eddie brings you two piping hot interviews! First, bassist Michael Anthony of Van Halen notoriety calls in to discuss his upcoming walk fundraiser that benefits the Children's Hospital of Los Angeles, gives and update on his projects with Sammy Hagar, and drops some juicy VH news. Then, guitar legend Joe Satriani drops in to discuss his reunion with one of his first ever bands, the Squares, performing with his brother in law, Chickenfoot, and more! Have a happy and safe Independence Day!
04/07/191h 13m

ET - Charlie Starr

Blackberry Smoke frontman Charlie Starr joins Eddie on this episode and dishes on his history with Jackyl's Jesse James Dupree, why the band isn't on a label, upcoming shows, his collaboration with Aldo Nova, and much more!
27/06/1955m 33s

ET - Yngwie Malmsteen // Carmine Appice

Eddie brings you another double shot this week! First, guitar legend Yngwie Malmsteen drops by to discuss his new blues album, 'Blue Lightning,' as well as how often he plays when he's home, the Monster of Rock Cruise pre-show, choosing his live set list, and much more! Then, drummer Carmine Appice wraps things up and discusses his re-released record, 'Guitar Zeus,' why things didn't work out with recent Vinnie Vincent gigs, and more!
20/06/191h 5m

ET - Sebastian Bach

Legendary singer Sebastian Bach joins Eddie on this episode to discuss his upcoming tour in which he will be celebrating the 30th anniversary of Skid Row's self-titled release. Baz also gets deep about KISS, explains why he hasn't played certain songs, and invites any original member of the band to join him on his forthcoming trek!
13/06/191h 4m

ET - George Lynch

George Lynch of Dokken, Lynch Mob, etc. joins Eddie Trunk on this episode and discusses his health after having a pneumonia scare, playing a show from the toilet, the status of Lynch Mob, the new KXM record, and more!
06/06/1945m 55s

ET - Simon Wright

Dio and AC/DC drummer Simon Wright joins Eddie on this episode to discuss the Ronnie James Dio hologram tour, playing with Dio, Ride for Ronnie, his time in AC/DC, and more!
30/05/1947m 57s

ET - Jack Blades

Night Ranger bassist Jack Blades joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss his upcoming benefit show for late manager Todd "T-Boy" Confessore. Blades also discusses his history with Sammy Hagar, what the band is up to, their Japanese fan base, and even entertains a great idea Eddie gives him regarding Damn Yankees!
23/05/1955m 49s

ET - Phil X

Bon Jovi guitarist Phil X joins Eddie Trunk on this all new episode to discuss his new album with his band, The Drills. X also discusses his time in Triumph, replacing Richie Sambora, his history, what Bon Jovi is up to now, and more!
16/05/1953m 23s

ET - Skid Row // Glenn Hughes

Broadcasting from the Monsters of Rock Cruise, Eddie Trunk brings you another double episode! First, Eddie gets his balls busted by Skid Row's Snake Sabo and Z.P. Theart, who also dish on their forthcoming record, working with Michael Wagner, why a reunion will never happen, and so much more! Then, Deep Purple singer Glenn Hughes wraps things up and discusses his upcoming world tour, turning down a gig with Rainbow, how he felt during the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductions, and more!
09/05/191h 1m

ET - David Draiman // Andy Parker

On this double episode, Eddie is first joined by Disturbed mainman David Draiman to discuss the band's current stadium tour in the U.S. as well as the band's latest record, the viral video in which he pulls a fan on stage, and more. Then, UFO's Andy Parker closes things out on a somber note as he memorializes the late Paul Raymond, who recently passed from a heart attack.
02/05/191h 1m

ET - Bret Michaels // Mike Tramp

Eddie brings you a double shot of rock on this episode! First, Poison legend Bret Michaels calls in to discuss his Know. Survive. Thrive. campaign, which aims to bring awareness to children with diabetes and to help prevent bullying of those children. He also talks football, Poison, and more! Then, White Lion's Mike Tramp wraps things up and discusses his new solo album, 'Stray from the Flock,' reflects on White Lion, his experience as a successful musician in Denmark before White Lion, and more!
25/04/191h 17m

ET - Duff McKagan + Shooter Jennings

Guns 'n' Roses bassist Duff McKagan and producer Shooter Jennings join Eddie on this episode to discuss McKagan's new solo album, 'Tenderness.' The guys discuss how it came together, working with one another, GNR, and more!
18/04/1947m 22s

ET - Scott Holiday

Rivals Sons' guitarist Scott Holiday joins Eddie on this episode to discuss the band's new album, 'Feral Roots.' He also shares stories about touring with bands like Black Sabbath and The Rolling Stones, being the first rock band signed to Earache Records, getting a major record deal with Atlantic, and more!
11/04/191h 1m

ET - Klaus Meine // Stephen Pearcy

Eddie Trunk celebrates two very special albums that came out 35 years ago on this double episode. First, The Scorpions' Klaus Meine phones in to reflect on the release of 'Love at First Sting' as well as what the band is up to now, his thoughts on 'The Dirt,' and much more. Then, Ratt's Stephen Pearcy wraps things up and looks back on the release of the band's monumental album, 'Out of the Cellar,' gives an update on his health, and more!
04/04/191h 10m

ET - Motley Crue

Broadcasting from the infamous Rainbow on Sunset Strip, Motley Crue's Nikki Sixx and Tommy Lee join Eddie Trunk on this special episode to dish the dirt on 'The Dirt,' including some wild stuff that didn't make the movie. The guys are also joined by 'The Dirt' actors Douglas Booth (plays Nikki) and Iwan Rheon (plays Mick) while a very special appearance is also made by the man who signed them, Tom Zutaut. You don't wanna miss this!
28/03/191h 47m

ET - Jesse James Dupree

Jackyl's Jesse James Dupree drops by on this episode and talks about his bourbon, what the band is up to, what it was like to be shot out of a cannon, having two Guinness World Records, his friendship with AC/DC's Brian Johnson, and more!
21/03/1936m 55s

ET - Queensryche // King's X

This episode of the Eddie Trunk podcast serves you a double dose of royalty from the Monsters of Rock Cruise. The members of Queensryche kick things off and discuss their new album, 'Verdict,' the puzzling disappearance of Scott Rockenfield, legalization, and more. Then, the show is capped off by all three members of King's X who talk about longevity, writing their first new record in over 10 years, making a documentary, and their book.
14/03/191h 14m

ET - Tesla + Rick Allen

Eddie Trunk brings this episode to you live from the Atlantic Ocean on the Monsters of Rock Cruise! He is joined by Tesla's FRank Hannon, Dave Rude, and Troy Luccketta as well as Def Leppard's Rick Allen. The Tesla crew discuss their new album, 'Shock,' and their history with Def Leppard while Rick Allen discusses his new beer, getting inducted into the RNRHOF finally, the Vegas residency, and more!
07/03/191h 7m

ET - John Petrucci

Dream Theater guitarist John Petrucci joins Eddie on this episode to discuss the band's latest album, 'Distance Over Time.' He explains the Carl Sagan-inspired concepts behind the album, his thoughts on social media, the return of cassettes, the band's touring plans, and more!
28/02/191h 2m

ET - Sammy Hagar

The Red Rocker rings in on this episode to discuss his upcoming new concept album with Sammy Hagar & The Circle, 'Space Between.' He discusses why he decided to write a new record, how the album came about, his favorite Van Halen album that he wrote with the band, and shares his thoughts on the rumors about Michael Anthony rejoining VH!
21/02/191h 4m

ET - Lee Kerslake

Uriah Heep/Ozzy Osbourne drummer Lee Kerslake joins Eddie on this episode and discusses how he got the gig with Ozzy, working with Randy Rhoads, his days in Uriah Heep, his ongoing battle with cancer, and his upcoming album, 'Eleventeen.'
14/02/1957m 25s

ET - Paul Rodgers

Legendary singer Paul Rodgers joins Eddie Trunk on this episode and reflects on his storied career in bands like Bad Company, Free, and Queen. Rodgers also discusses his 'Royal Albert Hall' concert film, his 'Free Spirit' album, his urge to keep writing music, and more!
07/02/1958m 31s

ET - Deadland Ritual

On this episode, which was recorded live at the Rainbow in Los Angeles, Eddie is joined in person by Geezer Butler (Black Sabbath), Matt Sorum (Guns 'n' Roses, Velvet Revolver), and Franky Perez (Apocalyptica, Scars on Broadway) as well as Steve Stevens (Billy Idol), who calls in. The guys discuss how the band came together, their upcoming live dates, the plans for new music, their respective projects, which Black Sabbath songs they'd like to play, and much more!
31/01/1958m 32s

ET - Tom Morello + Geezer Butler

Eddie Trunk, Tom Morello, and Geezer Butler pay homage to Chris Cornell on this episode, which was recorded the night after the critically acclaimed tribute show for the late singer at The Forum in Los Angeles. The guys reflect on the monumental performances of the night, discuss some of their favorite memories of Cornell, and so much more.
24/01/1958m 51s

ET - Phil Collen // Marty Friedman

Eddie brings you another double shot on this episode! He is first joined by Def Leppard guitarist Phil Collen who discusses his reaction to finally being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, dishes on who he wants to induct the band, and pontificates whether or not he will wear a shirt during the performance. Then, Guitar God Marty Friedman rings in from Japan to discuss his current U.S. tour, his new live album, 'One Bad M.F. Live!!,' reflects on working with Jason Becker, and much more!
17/01/190s

ET - Bob Daisley

Songwriter Bob Daisley joins Eddie Trunk this week to discuss his Gary Moore tribute album, 'Moore Blues for Gary - A Tribute to Gary Moore by Bob Daisley and Friends.' He reflects on Moore's life and how the album came together, discusses the magic of "Irish Soul," dishes on his contributions to Ozzy's solo records, and much more!
10/01/191h 18m

ET - Geddy Lee

Rush bassist/singer Geddy Lee joins Eddie to promote his new book, 'Big Beautiful Book of Bass.' He discusses how it came together, his favorite gear, his thoughts on Rush's anniversary reissues, and dishes on whether or not he thinks he will play music again!
03/01/191h 0m

ET - Jason Bonham // Mark Tremonti

On this double episode, Eddie is first joined by drummer Jason Bonham, who discusses the Led Zeppelin legacy, his late father, John Bonham, and his various bands such as The Jason Bonham Led Zeppelin Evening, Black Country Communion, and The Circle with Sammy Hagar. He even "Stumps the Trunk" with a Led Zeppelin question! Then, guitarist Mark Tremonti phones in to discuss Alter Bridge's new concert film and album, 'Live At The Royal Albert Hall,' as well as playing with an orchestra, his new solo album, 'A Dying Machine,' opening for Iron Maiden, and more! Happy Holidays, everyone!
27/12/181h 31m

ET - Ian Paice

While on the road with Deep Purple, Eddie sat down with the band's drummer and only remaining original member, Ian Paice. Paice reflects on the band's storied history, discusses the various lineup changes, shares his thoughts about finally getting inducted into the RNRHOF, and so much more!
20/12/181h 14m

ET - Tobias Forge

Ghost mastermind Tobias Forge steps out of the Cardinal Copia mask to talk candidly with Eddie Trunk about surrendering his anonymity, writing music when he first started the band vs. now, his previous bands before Ghost, the themes of the band's music, and more!
13/12/181h 1m

ET - Jake E. Lee

Guitarist Jake E Lee phones in on this episode to discuss his new band, Red Dragon Cartel. He discusses their new album, 'Patina,' the band's lineup changes, why he will never play Ozzy songs in his set, his history with Ratt and Ozzy, and clarifies the recent comments he made about Yngwie Malmsteen.
06/12/181h 26m

ET - Ian Gillan

Deep Purple singer Ian Gillan joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss the band's "The Long Goodbye Tour," which is their farewell. He also reflects on his time in Black Sabbath, discusses how record production has progressed over the course of his storied career, writing music, and more!
29/11/1856m 35s

ET - Kix

Steve Whiteman and Mark Schenker of KIx join Eddie Trunk to discuss the 30 year anniversary of 'Blow My Fuse.' The band discusses the album's re-release, 'Fuse 30 Reblown,' some of the hardships the band faced, Funny Money, producer Beau Hill, and more!
22/11/181h 7m

ET - Dave Mustaine // Mike Inez

Eddie Trunk brings another double shot on this all new episode! First, Megadeth mainman Dave Mustaine rings in to discuss the upcoming Megacruise, his radio show, working as a manager, and more. Than, Alice In Chains bassist Mike Inez drops by to promote the band's new tour and album, 'Rainer Fog,' among other things!
15/11/181h 2m

ET - John 5 // Joe Perry // Paul Geary

Rob Zombie shredder John 5 co-hosts alongside Eddie Trunk at the Rainbow on Sunset Strip (Los Angeles) during a jam-packed live broadcast! Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry and Extreme drummer/rock 'n' roll manager Paul Geary join the guys to discuss their respective projects and so much more!
08/11/181h 30m

ET - Aldo Nova

Songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Aldo Nova joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss his new album, '2.0,' which features six re-recordings from his debut album in addition to a new single. Nova also dishes on working with Celine Dion, his history with Jon Bon Jovi, the age of MTV vs the age of social media, and much more!
01/11/181h 19m

ET - Ace Frehley

Legendary KISS guitarist Ace Frehley joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss his new solo album, 'Spaceman.' He also reflects on when he released his first solo album, discusses what it was like to reunite with Gene Simmons for the album, talks about how hard it was to let go of his solo band and why he did it, takes calls from listeners, and so much more!
25/10/181h 3m

ET - Joe Lynn Turner

Former Rainbow and Deep Purple frontman Joe Lynn Turner joins Eddie on this episode to discuss his new band, Sunstorm. J.L.T. also fills Eddie in on his scary heart attack, shares his thoughts on what Deep Purple and Ritchie Blackmore are up to now, remembers the time he played with Yngwie Malmsteen, and talks about his upcoming Bonfire and Friends event.
18/10/181h 12m

ET - Steve Vai + Sebastian Bach

On this episode, Eddie Trunk broadcasts from one of the most iconic hard rock landmarks in Los Angeles, The Rainbow! First, he chats with guitar extraordinaire Steve Vai who discusses his upcoming Big Mama Jama Jamathon and Generation X shows, reminisces about the time he and David Lee Roth shut down the Rainbow, shares his thoughts on the Frank Zappa Hologram, and more! Then, Sebastian Bach joins in and discusses his upcoming solo tour, his inspirations, and shares some Lemmy stories!
11/10/181h 33m

ET - K.K. Downing

Former Judas Priest guitarist K.K. Downing joins Eddie Trunk to discuss his new book, 'Heavy Duty: Days and Nights in Judas Priest.' Downing elaborates on some stories from the book, shares his thoughts on where he sees Judas Priest going, and answers the question everyone wants to know - does he have any plans to join another band or put out music on his own?
04/10/181h 20m

ET - Mark Farner

Mark Farner (Former Grand Funk Railroad, Mark Farner's American Band) joins Eddie Trunk on this episode! He reflects on his time in Grand Funk Railroad, dishes on the time the band had the plug pulled on them while opening for Led Zeppelin, shares his thoughts on GFR moving forward without him while still using the same name, and more!
27/09/1853m 27s

ET - Lzzy Hale

Halestorm frontwoman Lzzy Hale joins Eddie on this episode to discuss the band's latest album, 'Vicious.' She also discusses the band's European press run, the songwriting process, which countries have the most die-hard Halestorm fans, her favorite bands from the 80's, and more!
20/09/1848m 13s

ET - Wolf Hoffman

Accept guitarist Wolf Hoffman joins Eddie Trunk this week to discuss the band's upcoming American tour, picking set lists, working as a photographer before Mark Tornillo joined the band, recording with an orchestra, and more!
13/09/1837m 25s

ET - Bobby Rock

Eddie Trunk is joined by Lita Ford drummer Bobby Rock who discusses his new autobiography, 'The Boy is Gonna Rock.' Additionally, Bobby discusses working with Vinnie Vincent and his time in The Vinnie Vincent Invasion, the other books he has written, opening for Alice Cooper, fitness, and more!
06/09/181h 4m

ET - Klaus Meine // Glenn Hughes

On this double episode, Eddie talks to two of rock's greatest legends! First, Klaus Meine of The Scorpions discusses the band's current tour in America, the first time he ever toured the states, his thoughts on the band's absence from Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and more! Then, Glenn Hughes wraps things up and discusses celebrating the music he wrote for Deep Purple, his sobriety, finally being inducted into the Rock Hall, and the future.
30/08/181h 10m

ET - Steve Perry

Former Journey frontman Steve Perry breaks a 20 year silence on this exciting episode! He explains why he went away and why he has come back, his choice not to sing with the band during their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction, 'The Sopranos' finale, and dishes on his brand new solo album, 'Traces.'
23/08/181h 4m

ET - Dee Snider

Twisted Sister mainman Dee Snider is back again, this time to promote his new solo album, 'For the Love of Metal,' which was produced by Hatebreed's Jamey Jasta. Snider also discusses if he'd ever do another show or album with Twisted Sister, shares a funny story about running into Chuck D. (Public Enemy, Prophets of Rage) at an amusement park, and discusses his new modern direction, among other things!
16/08/181h 1m

ET - Slash // Tom Morello

Eddie Trunk is joined live at the Rainbow in Hollywood by two of LA's prized musicians! First, Slash drops by to discuss the Guns 'n' Roses reunion tour and the band's future, the forthcoming Slash ft. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators tour and album, 'Living the Dream,' making fake IDs and dressing like a lady to get into bars back in the day, and more! Then, Tom Morello (Rage Against the Machine, Audioslave, Prophets of Rage) drops by to discuss his new solo LP, 'The Atlas Underground,' not getting into The Rainbow back in the day, his new "fistful of metal" due to an injury, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, and more!
09/08/1858m 31s

ET - Don Dokken + Mick Brown

Don Dokken and Mick Brown join Eddie on this laugh-filled episode to discuss the reunion of Dokken's classic lineup, how the band found George Lynch and Jeff Pilson, stories from the road about Metallica, The Scorpions, Eddie Van Halen, and former manager Cliff Burnstein, accidentally stealing gold carts, and much more!
02/08/181h 6m

ET - The Struts

Are The Struts up for the challenge of single-handedly saving rock 'n' roll as per Eddie Trunk's request? Find out on this all new episode where the band discusses their origins, touring with The Rolling Stones, staying true to themselves, and much more!
26/07/181h 5m

ET - Stephen Pearcy

Ratt singer Stephen Pearcy joins Eddie on this episode to discuss the band's recent lineup changes and how he found the 3 new members, his forthcoming solo album, Ratt's public lawsuits, and much more!
19/07/1854m 45s

ET - Dizzy Reed

Guns N' Roses keyboardist Dizzy Reed joins Eddie on this episode to discuss the big GNR shows happening in Europe, the reunion, his other band, Hookers & Blow, and his brand new solo record, 'Rock 'N Roll Ain't Easy!'
12/07/181h 5m

ET - Sammy Hagar // Rick Springfield

On this double shot, Eddie is separately joined by two men who are both linked by the song, "I've Done Everything For You," Sammy Hagar and Rick Springfield. First, Hagar joins Eddie to discuss his High Tide Beach Party & Car Show, remembers late Pantera/Hellyeah drummer Vinnie Paul, his TV show 'Rock & Roll Road Trip,' and drops major headlining grabbing news about Van Halen. Then, legendary songwriter Rick Springfield stops in to discuss his new album, 'The Snake King,' why he chose to cover Sammy Hagar's song, growing up in Australia and what the music scene was like over there, his acting career, and where he got the idea for his iconic hit, "Jessie's Girl."
05/07/181h 22m

ET - Vinnie Paul Memorial Special

On this special memorial episode for legendary Pantera drummer Vinnie Paul Abbott, who died on June 22, 2018 in his sleep, Eddie is joined by Bret Michaels, Morgan Rose, Michael Anthony, Mike Portnoy, Chris Jericho, and Charlie Benante who reflect on Vinnie Paul's life, share some of their favorite memories, and keep his legacy alive. R.I.P. Vinnie Paul.
28/06/181h 15m

ET - George Lynch // Bobby Dall

Eddie bring you another double shot on this episode! First, Dokken's George Lynch drops and discusses declining a gig with Ratt, his 'Shadow Train' double album, working with Living Colour's Corey Glover for Ultraphonix, and dishes on what's going on with some of his projects, including Dokken and Lynch Mob. Then, Poison bassist Bobby Dall calls in from the road and gives and update on the band's summer tour with Cheap Trick and Pop Evil.
21/06/181h 1m

ET - Dennis DeYoung // Robin Zander

On another double episode, Eddie is first joined by founding Styx member Dennis DeYoung who discusses being snubbed from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, damage done to the band's fanbase, the old and new members of Styx, and much more. Then, Cheap Trick's Robin Zander drops by to talk about 40 years since 'Buddakan,' writing the next Cheap Trick album, his love for The Beatles, and being on broadway in the 'Rocktopia' musical.
14/06/181h 28m

ET - Rob Zombie

Shock Rock legend Rob Zombie joins Eddie Trunk to discuss the band's upcoming "Twins of Evil" tour with Marilyn Manson, his latest film, 'Three From Hell,' which is the latest in his 'House of 1000 Corpses' series, veganism, the band's plans for new music, and more!
07/06/1859m 7s

ET - Jason Hook // Billy Duffy

Eddie Trunk brings you another double dip this week! First, Five Finger Death Punch guitarist Jason Hooks calls in to discuss the band's latest album, 'And Justice For None,' his KISS pinball machines, working on the 'Hired Gun' movie about behind-the-scenes music guys, and more. Then, The Cult's Billy Duffy drops by and discusses his early influences, bands he saw while growing up in Manchester, what he's been up to, future plans for the band, sobriety, and more.
31/05/181h 21m

ET - Joe Elliott // Sully Erna

On another double episode, Eddie first drops by Def Leppard's tour rehearsals to talk to Joe Elliott, who discusses being a legacy band, how they pick the setlist, staying healthy, his thoughts on the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame decision process, and more. Then, Godsmack mainman Sully Erna phones in to discuss the band's latest album, 'When Legends Rise,' how the concept behind the fun new music video for "Bulletproof" came about, experimentation with musical sound, and much more!
24/05/181h 14m

ET - Bret Michaels // Alice in Chains

On another double episode, Poison frontman Bret Michaels kicks off the interview and discusses his suite at the Hard Rock Hotel in Riviera Maya, Poison's upcoming tour and festival dates, and more. Then, all four members of Alice in Chains drop by to discuss their forthcoming new album, golfing, and a whole lot more!
17/05/1855m 41s

ET - Jonathan Cain // Geoff Tate

On this double episode, Eddie is first joined by Journey's Jonathan Cain, who shares stories from his new memoir, 'Don't Stop Believin',' such as the impact of Steve Perry's entry and exit from the band had, leaving The Babys to join the band, an interesting interaction with Prince, and more! Then, Geoff Tate reflects on the past 30 years since the release of Queensryche's iconic 'Operation Mindcrime' album, how hard it was to get people on board with the album at first, and more!
10/05/181h 21m

ET - Lenny Kravitz

Eddie meets and interviews guitar icon Lenny Kravitz for the first time on this episode. Kravitz discusses his forthcoming 11th studio album, 'Raise Vibration,' his 30 year long career, where his musical influences come from, working with Prince, his Kravitz Design company and how he got into that, and so much more!
03/05/181h 10m

ET - Dee Snider + Rob Evans

Twisted Sister mainman Dee Snider and 'Rocktopia' creator Rob Evans join Eddie on this episode to discuss the 'Rocktopia' broadway show, which blends rock 'n' roll and opera for a unique theatre experience! Snider also discusses life after Twisted Sister, his new album with Hatebreed's Jamey Jasta, and how he came up with "We're Not Gonna Take It" while Evans explains his background, how 'Rocktopia' came about, and more!
26/04/181h 6m

ET - The Dead Daisies

The Dead Daisies' John Corabi and Deen Castronovo join Eddie Trunk on this episode and discuss the band's latest tour, their signature "The Dead Red" wine, their respective projects, including Corabi's tenure in Motley Crue and Castronovo's time in Journey, Aerosmith, and much more!
19/04/181h 9m

ET - King Diamond

Legendary shock rocker King Diamond joins Eddie Trunk at the guitar sanctuary in McKinney, TX for this episode! King gives an update on the progress of the band's forthcoming studio album and live DVD, shares some bone-chilling ghost stories, discusses his new fatherhood, reflects on his near death experience and heart attack, and so much more!
12/04/181h 22m

ET - David Coverdale

Whitesnake singer David Coverdale joins Eddie on this episode and dishes on the band's upcoming tour with Foreigner, his relationship with the members of Foreigner, 'The Purple Album' and how that came together, working with Jimmy Page, legalization, and the status of the next Whitesnake album!
05/04/1859m 52s

ET - Jesse James Dupree

Eddie Trunk and comedian Dean Delray interview Jackyl frontman Jesse James Dupree on this all new episode. In addition to discussing Throttle Fest, his book, and his bourbon business, Dupree also shares war stories from the road, including a brutal motorcycle accident, getting into a brawl with security at a venue, stumbling upon Ronnie Van Zant's grave in Nashville, getting protested by church groups, and the time Nirvana got thrown out of one of his shows for being too rowdy.
29/03/181h 27m

ET - Biff Byford // Scott Gorham

On this double episode, Eddie is joined by members of the current opening bands for Judas Priest's North American "Firepower" tour - Scott Gorham of Black Star Riders and Biff Byford of Saxon. First, Gorham drops by to talk about the current tour, breaking away from Thin Lizzy, choosing a set list, and he takes calls from listeners. Then, Byford wraps the show up with discussions about Saxon's latest album, 'Thunderbolt,' the gothic sounding single, "Nosferatu (The Vampires Waltz)," working with Amon Amarth's Johan Hegg, and much more!
22/03/1853m 21s

ET - Michael Schenker // Eddie Kramer + John McDermott

On this packed double episode, Eddie is first joined by Michael Schenker who discusses his current Michael Schenker Fest tour, working with Kirk Hammett, new album 'Resurrection,' and how he doesn't listen to any other music. Then, legendary record producer Eddie Kramer and Jimi Hendrix catalog manager John McDermott drop by to discuss the Experience Hendrix project, restoring old Hendrix tapes, "new" Hendrix album 'Both Sides of the Sky,' working with the legend back in the day, and where they think he would be now if he were still alive.
15/03/181h 4m

ET - Rick Allen + Jeff Keith

On yet another Monsters of Rock Cruise special, Eddie Trunk is joined by both Def Leppard drummer Rick Allen and Tesla singer Jeff Keith. Tune in for wild stories about being pushed in laundry baskets by Robert Plant, doing mushrooms in Manchester, that time Eddie accidentally stole Jeff's mic before a show, how the guys met and became friends, and much more!
08/03/1856m 15s

ET - L.A. Guns

On this double episode, Eddie is coming at you from the Atlantic Ocean on the Monsters of Rock Cruise with 3/5ths of L.A. Guns! First, Phil Lewis and Tracii Guns drop by to discuss their new album, 'The Missing Piece,' as well as their reunion, how their dynamic is different now, and share stories from the road. Then, guitarist Michael Grant makes an appearance and shares his unique backstory, which includes an interesting opportunity that came about after being sent to bootcamp in the Philippines.
01/03/1857m 48s

ET - Steve Harris // Zakk Wylde

On this double episode, Eddie is first joined by Iron Maiden bassist Steve Harris while at sea on the Monsters of Rock Cruise. The legend discusses side band British Lion, future plans for Iron Maiden, what it's like being on a cruise for the first time, and more! Then, Black Label Society/Ozzy axman Zakk Wylde drops by to discuss BLS' new album, 'Grimmest Hits' as well as rejoining Ozzy, his thoughts on the Grammy's, his NFL football predictions, and much else!
22/02/181h 2m

ET - Joe Perry

On this episode, Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry dishes on 'Sweetzerland Manifesto,' an all new solo album that was produced by Johnny Depp and features all-star guest vocalists. The legend also discusses the future with Aerosmith and Hollywood Vampires, his relationship with Extreme vocalist Gary Cherone, working with his son, Terry Reid, and much more!
15/02/1859m 57s

ET - Halestorm

Halestorm's Lzzy Hale and Joe Hottinger join Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss being inducted into the Heavy Metal Hall of History. The pair also dish on why they choose certain songs to cover, touring with Lita Ford and Dorothy, their thoughts on Code Orange, working with Tom Keifer, their forthcoming new album, and much more!
08/02/1846m 34s

ET - Joe Elliott + Neal Schon

Founding Journey guitarist Neal Schon and Def Leppard singer Joe Elliott join forces on this episode to discuss their forthcoming co-headlining tour. The pair also offer their opinions on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, their favorite songs from each other's bands, how they feel about touring now versus when they were younger, their love for jazz, and more!
01/02/1859m 3s

ET - Vinnie Vincent

Former KISS guitarist Vinnie Vincent makes his first public interview and appearance in over 20 years on this special episode. Vincent discusses why he's been gone, what he's been up to, his plans for the future, his current relationship with Gene Simmons, why he decided to finally return after two decades, and much more! This is one episode you don't wanna miss!
25/01/1853m 35s

ET - Rick Allen

Legendary Def Leppard drummer Rick Allen joins Eddie on this episode to discuss his artwork and recent gallery exhibitions. The drummer also discusses his work with veterans, Steve Clark, how the band stood by him after his accident in 1984, auditioning for Def Leppard as a kid, his thoughts on not getting inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and more!
18/01/181h 3m

ET - Tom Keifer

Cinderella frontman Tom Keifer is joined by his wife and bandmate Savannah to discuss the all new deluxe edition of his 2013 solo release, 'The Way Life Goes.' The pair discuss working together, Keifer's vocal chord issues and consequential surgery, filming the documentary for the deluxe album, and more!
11/01/1857m 40s

ET - 2018 New Year Special

On this exclusive podcast episode, Eddie Trunk rings in the new year by recapping his favorite albums, books, concerts, and moments from 2017! Tune into this guest-free episode to take a look back on the rockin' times from last year \m/
04/01/1859m 50s

ET - Dave "Snake" Sabo

Skid Row guitarist Dave "Snake" Sabo joins Eddie Trunk once again on this episode. In addition to amicably busting Eddie’s balls, Snake discusses touring, football, the band's storied history and many different vocalists, and of course, he answers the one question that everyone is dying to know - will there ever be a possibility of a Skid Row reunion with original singer Sebastian Bach?
28/12/171h 6m

ET - Scott Ian

Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian dishes on his new tell-all book, 'Access All Areas: Stories from a Hard Rock Life.' The axman discusses various stories from the book (such as breaking into Kirk Hammett's house), the writing process, his love for KISS, how he feels about taking photos during live performances, new Anthrax music, and much more!
21/12/171h 25m

ET- Myles Kennedy

On this episode, Eddie is joined by singer Myles Kennedy who is dropping his first ever solo album, 'Year of the Tiger.' Kennedy discusses the concept behind the album, the recent Alter Bridge tour, working with Slash, performing with members of Led Zeppelin, his appearance in the film 'Rock Star,' and much more!
14/12/171h 14m

ET- Billy Gibbons

ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons joins Eddie on this episode to discuss his recent contributions at the Wall Street Rocks benefit for veterans, having the same lineup for almost 50 years, hot rods, Kings of Chaos, and much more!
07/12/171h 4m

ET- Stone Temple Pilots

Robert and Dean DeLeo of Stone Temple Pilots return to the Eddie Trunk podcast, this time with a major announcement! The bandmates introduce their brand new singer, Jeff Gutt, during their first ever interview with their new lineup. During the first half of the interview, the brothers discuss the grueling auditioning process, how they happened to discover Gutt, and their vision for the band's future. Then, Gutt himself makes an appearance and discusses his background, competing on the U.S. version of 'The X Factor' television show, how Scott Weiland and Chester Bennington influenced him as a singer, and so much more!
30/11/1749m 42s

ET- David Coverdale // Luke Spiller

On this double episode, Eddie is first joined by Whitesnake singer David Coverdale who discusses the band's forthcoming new album, the process of scrapping and redoing the record, the band's future plans, and more. Then, vocalist Luke Spiller of The Struts discusses the band's history, his influences, touring with the Foo Fighters, and a whole lot more!
23/11/171h 1m

ET- Bruce Dickinson

On this episode, Eddie is joined by Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson. The singer discusses the content of his new book, 'What Does This Button Do?' which includes his first band Samson, beating cancer, replacing Paul Di'Anno, departing from Maiden, performing in Sarajevo during wartime, and much more!
16/11/1759m 15s

ET- Sammy Hagar

The Red Rocker Sammy Hagar joins Eddie Trunk to discuss his 70th birthday bash and corresponding theatrical film, 'Sammy Hagar's Rock-N-Roll Birthday Bash: Red Til I'm Dead.' The singer also dishes on his appearance on the new Montrose album, plans for Chickenfoot and The Circle, Cabo Wabo Tequila, and of course, his current relationship with the members of Van Halen.
09/11/171h 3m

ET- M. Shadows

Avenged Sevenfold vocalist M. Shadows joins Eddie Trunk and discusses the risks and rewards of surprise releasing their latest album, 'The Stage,' recording cover songs to expand upon the release, touring with Metallica, performing with Linkin Park totribute late singer Chester Bennington, and more!
02/11/171h 11m

ET- Tom Morello

Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine, Audioslave, and Prophets of Rage joins Eddie on this episode and discusses his respective musical projects, late bandmate Chris Cornell, playing with Ozzy Osbourne and Bruce Springsteen, what bands like Jane's Addiction and Extreme mean to him, the passing of Tom Petty, the tragic shooting in Vegas, and much more.
26/10/171h 3m

ET- L.A. Guns

L.A. Guns' Tracii Guns, Phil Lewis, and Johnny Martin join Eddie Trunk, along with producer Mitch Davis, to discuss their latest album, 'The Missing Peace.' The guys also dish on the reunion of Lewis and Guns, their current tour, their respective projects outside of the band, and more!
19/10/171h 21m

ET- The Darkness

The Darkness frontman Justin Hawkins and drummer Rufus Taylor discuss their new album, 'Pinewood Smile,' making it Eddie's first ever interview with the band! The guys also discuss their roots, sandwiches, their surprising ties to the band Queen, and much more!
12/10/171h 20m

ET- Stone Temple Pilots

Recorded in front of a live studio audience, this episode features surviving Stone Temple Pilots members Dean DeLeo, Robert DeLeo, and Eric Kretz. In addition to discussing the re-release of their debut album, 'Core,' the members take us back in time to when they first started, how the album was made, and more!
05/10/171h 13m

ET- Joe Satriani

Guitar legend Joe Satriani joins Eddie Trunk to discuss his forthcoming album, 'What Happens Next,' the latest G3 tour, Sammy Hagar, his son's documentary, and much else!
28/09/171h 0m

ET- The Scorpions

The Scorpions' vocalist Klaus Meine and guitarist Matthias Jabs join Eddie Trunk on this live episode to discuss their current U.S. tour with Megadeth. The duo also discuss the past vs. now, their lengthy career, and take questions from the audience.
21/09/171h 6m

ET- Deep Purple

On yet another live episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, Deep Purple's Ian Gillan, Ian Paice, and Roger Glover sit down to discuss their latest album, 'Infinite.' They also take questions from the studio audience and talk about their current U.S. tour with Alice Cooper & Edgar Winter, show riots, plans for the future, Ritchie Blackmore, improvising, and more!
14/09/171h 14m

ET- Alice Cooper

Legendary shock rocker Alice Cooper joins Eddie Trunk on this episode, which was once again filmed in front of a live studio audience! In addition to discussing his latest album, 'Paranormal,' Cooper also discusses The Hollywood Vampires, his sobriety, golfing, his relationship with renowned artist Salvador Dali, his favorite horror movies, working with Johnny Depp, tricks gone wrong on stage, and more!
07/09/171h 8m

ET- Jerry Cantrell // Sully Erna

With football season right around the corner, Eddie talks to Alice in Chains guitarist Jerry Cantrell about his fantasy football draft for charity as well as opening for Slayer, the deaths of Chris Cornell and Chester Bennington, and the future for Alice in Chains. Then, Godsmack mainman Sully Erna joins in to discuss his solo project, his work raising drug awareness with the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation, overcoming band drama, the rivalry between The New England Patriots and the New York Giants, and more!
31/08/171h 3m

ET- Stephen Pearcy // Robert Mason // Dee Snider

On this jam packed triple shot of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, which was recorded in front of a live audience at House of Blues in Houston, T.X., Eddie is first joined by Ratt's Stephen Pearcy who discusses his return to the band, the potential for new Ratt music, his new solo album, 'Smash,' and more. Then, Warrant singer Robert Mason discusses replacing Jani Lane, his relationship with Lane, doing back up vocals for Ozzy, and then some! The show is closed out with an appearance from Twisted Sister mainman Dee Snider, who discusses writing a Christmas song that appeared on a Celine Dion album, retiring from Twisted Sister, his solo album, 'We are the Ones,' and much else!
24/08/171h 24m

ET- Joe Elliot // Rex Brown

On this double episode, Eddie is first joined by Def Leppard singer Joe Elliot, who dishes on the band's special 30 year re-release of 'Hysteria,' stories from back in the day, and more. Then, former Pantera bassist Rex Brown calls in to discuss his debut solo album, 'Smoke on This...,' the Gene Simmons cow, his current relationships with Phil Anselmo and Vinnie Paul, his book, and much else!
17/08/171h 14m

ET- Nickelback

All four members of Nickelback join Eddie on this episode, which was recorded in front of a live studio audience! The band discusses its latest album, 'Feed the Machine,' the music industry now vs. when they first started out, working with Nuno Bettencourt, their haters, and more!
10/08/171h 6m

ET- Cheap Trick // Greta Van Fleet // Mike Portnoy

On this special triple header, Eddie is first joined by the members of Cheap Trick who discuss their latest album, 'We're All Alright,' touring, and more. Then, up and coming rock n' rollers Greta Van Fleet drop by to discuss how they got their start, touring, their new EP, and much else. The jam packed episode is anchored with an interview with drum legend Mike Portnoy who discusses his latest band, Sons of Apollo, how he juggles multiple projects, and more!
03/08/171h 19m

ET- Chester Bennington // The Pretty Reckless

To commemorate the tragic loss of Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington, who took his own life on July 20, 2017, Eddie shares his recent interview with the frontman on this emotional double episode. Then, we hear from Taylor Momsen and Ben Phillips of The Pretty Reckless, who spoke with Eddie in advance of their ill-fated tour with Soundgarden, which later ended in the wake of frontman Chris Cornell's suicide.
27/07/171h 45m

ET- Noel Monk

Former Van Halen tour manager and author Noel Monk drops by to discuss his new book, 'Runnin' With the Devil,' which gives an in depth look at the band's early career. Monk also shares a number of Van Halen stories such as the time Ozzy went missing when they opened for Black Sabbath, the band's sex tape scandal, Eddie Van Halen's paternity scare, drama between the guys and Michael Anthony, and much more!
20/07/171h 28m

ET- Ace Frehley

Original KISS spaceman Ace Frehely joins Eddie Trunk to address the rumors of a possible KISS reunion. The guitarist also discusses writing music with Gene Simmons, his next solo album, his love for Las Vegas, his recent weight loss, and much more!
13/07/171h 4m

ET- Kevin Cronin

REO Speedwagon frontman Kevin Cronin joins Eddie Trunk to discuss the band's forthcoming tour with Styx. He also talks about the band's relationship with Styx, moving to Los Angeles, being called a heavy metal band, Third Street Record Plant, writing 'High Fidelity,' and more!
29/06/171h 2m

ET- Chad Smith

Drummer Chad Smith of the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Chickenfoot joins Eddie Trunk to discuss RHCP's current tour. He also talks Chickenfoot, football, Glenn Hughes, his time on 'That Metal Show,' and more!
22/06/171h 2m

ET- Nicko McBrain

Iron Maiden drummer Nicko McBrain joins Eddie on this episode to discuss the band's current Book of Souls tour. McBrain also discusses his sobriety, his favorite drummers, ticket scalpers, Maiden's set lists, their loyal fans, his restaurant, and more!
15/06/171h 30m

ET- Styx

Styx members Tommy Shaw, James "J.Y." Young, and Lawrence Gowan join Eddie on this episode to discuss their new album,'The Mission.' The band also discusses their current tour with REO Speedwagon and Don Felder, why they kept the album a secret, why they don't use backing tracks during live shows, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and much more!
08/06/171h 20m

ET- Alice Cooper

On this episode, which was recorded in front of a live audience, Eddie Trunk is joined by shock rocker Alice Cooper, who discusses his current band, how he found guitarist Nita Strauss, working with producer Bob Ezrin, The Hollywood Vampires, Johnny Depp, golfing, Frank Zappa, and more!
01/06/1757m 46s

ET- Ron Nevison

Legendary producer Ron Nevison joins Eddie Trunk to discuss his storied career, which includes working with bands such as The Who, KISS, The Rolling Stones, Bad Company, and many others. He also discusses his background, how he started out as a producer, and more!
25/05/171h 42m

ET- Michael Anthony

Van Halen's Michael Anthony joins Eddie Trunk to discuss Sammy Hagar & The Circle, his hot sauce, the "Walk L.A." fundraiser for his granddaughter, Van Halen, Chickenfoot, and much more!
18/05/171h 30m

ET- Phil Mogg

UFO singer Phil Mogg joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss the band's recent U.S. tour, his history, why he doesn't do interviews, and much more. UFO opening guitarist, Jared James Nichols, also joins in to discuss his background and experiences touring with UFO and Saxon.
11/05/171h 3m

ET- Rikki Rockett // Ice T

On this double episode, Eddie is first joined by Poison drummer Rikki Rockett who discusses the band's current tour, their plans for the future, his health, Devil City Angels, and more! Then, Ice T drops by to discuss Body Count's new album, 'Bloodlust,' how hip hop and metal are related, 'Law and Order,' and much more!
04/05/171h 30m

ET- Bob Ezrin

Producer Bob Ezrin returns for a full hour and a half interview on this episode to discuss his storied career, which includes working with bands such as Deep Purple, KISS, Alice Cooper, Pink Floyd, Lou Reed, Jane's Addiction, Deftones, and tons more! Tune in to find out how he got his start and what it's like to work with the biggest names in rock and metal!
27/04/171h 39m

ET- Triumph

On this episode, original Triumph members Rik Emmett, Gil Moore, and Mike Levine unite in their hometown of Canada to discuss their storied history, Metal Works Studio, their movie, and much more!
20/04/171h 53m

ET- Don Airey // Ted Nugent

On this double episode, Eddie is first joined by keyboardist Don Airey who discusses Deep Purple's new album, 'Infinite,' and dishes on his storied career, which includes performing with Ozzy, Rainbow, and many others. Then Uncle Ted Nugent phones in to discuss his North American tour, Chuck Berry, Damn Yankees, his charity work, and much else!
13/04/171h 26m

ET- John Bush // Phil Campbell // Jack Blades

On this triple edition of the podcast, Eddie is first joined by Armored Saint/former-Anthrax singer John Bush, who discusses Armored Saint's new live album, 'Carpe Noctum,' as well as family, touring, leaving Anthrax, doing voiceover work, and more. Then, Motorhead guitarist Phil Campbell phones in to discuss his latest project, Phil Campbell and The Bastard Sons as well as the passing of Lemmy, his sons, and much more. The episode closes out with a talk with Night Ranger bassist/singer Jack Blades who discusses the band's latest album, 'Don't Let Up,' their 35th anniversary, Damn Yankees, and much else!
06/04/171h 28m

ET- Vivian Campbell // Mastodon

Eddie is back with another double episode of the podcast, where he is first joined by Def Leppard guitarist Vivian Campbell followed by bassist Troy Sanders and guitarist Bill Kelliher of Mastodon. Campbell discusses Def Leppard, Last in Line, his current battle with cancer, and more. Then, the Mastodon guys dish on their forthcoming new album, 'Emperor of Sand,' touring, their Grammy nominations, and much more!
30/03/171h 26m

ET- Nancy Wilson // Bob Ezrin // Dave Meniketti

On this special triple episode, Eddie is first joined by Heart's Nancy Wilson, who discusses the future of the band and supergroup Roadcase Royale, among other things. Then, producer Bob Ezrin joins Eddie to discuss producing Kiss' 'Destroyer' album, working with Alice Cooper, and more. The episode closes out with a chat with Y&T guitarist Dave Meniketti, who discusses the recent passing of rhythm guitarist Joey Alves, the band's documentary, and much else!
23/03/171h 24m

ET- Night Ranger // Jack Russell

On another double episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, Eddie is first joined by Jack Blades, Brad Gilas, and Kelly Keagy of Night Ranger, who check in from the Monsters of Rock Cruise, share stories from the road, and discuss their latest album, 'Don't Let Up.' Then, Jack Russell from Jack Russell's Great White phones in to discuss the Great White band name battle, his latest record, 'He Saw It Comin',' and more!
16/03/171h 18m

ET- Orianthi + Richie Sambora // Mick Jones

On this double episode, Eddie is first joined by former Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora and former Alice Cooper/Michael Jackson guitarist Orianthi to discuss their new project, RSO. Then, Foreigner guitarist Mick Jones drops by to discuss the band's anniversary and more!
09/03/171h 18m

ET- Steven Adler // Jay Weinberg

On this all new double episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, Eddie is first joined by Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler, who discusses the band's reunion, his mom's book, 'Sweet Child of Mine: A Memoir of Steven Adler,' his artwork and more! Then, Slipknot drummer Jay Weinberg drops in to discuss NAMM, joining Slipknot, his father/E-Street drummer Max Weinberg, and more!
02/03/171h 21m

ET- Rob Halford // Bret Michaels

On this two part episode, Eddie is first joined by The Metal God, Rob Halford, who discusses Judas Priest, the 30th anniversary edition of 'Turbo,' Black Sabbath and more! Then, Poison frontman Bret Michaels checks in to discuss his solo band, Poison's forthcoming U.S. tour, football, and more!
23/02/171h 9m

ET- Vince Neil // George Lynch + Michael Sweet

On this two part Monsters of Rock special, Eddie checks in from the cruise. He is first joined by That Metal Show co-hosts Don Jamieson and Jim Florentine, who jointly interview Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil about his solo work, retiring from the band, football, and more! Then, Eddie airs his headline grabbing interview with George Lynch of Dokken and Stryper's Michael Sweet, who check in and hash out personal controversies. George Lynch also breaks the news of As I Lay Dying frontman Tim Lambesis' release from prison. This is one episode you don't wanna miss!
16/02/171h 15m

ET- Billy Bob Thornton & The Boxmasters

Billy Bob Thornton, Teddy Andreadis, and J.D. Andrew of The Boxmasters join Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss their latest album, 'Boys and Girls... And the World.' The band also discuss their influences, how they got started, and much more!
09/02/171h 8m

ET- Rob Zombie

Shock rocker Rob Zombie joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss his latest movie, '31,' his new album,'The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser,' hockey, upcoming festival appearances, and much more!
02/02/171h 32m

ET- Rik Emmett / Kenny Aronoff

On another double episode, Eddie is joined first by Triumph frontman Rik Emmett who discusses his latest project, Rik Emmett & RESolution 9, Triumph, and more! Then, drummer Kenny Aronoff drops by to discuss his new book, 'Sex, Drums, Rock 'n' Roll,' the many artists he has worked with such as John Mellencamp, John Fogerty, etc., and much more!
26/01/171h 32m

ET- Sebastian Bach / Kip Winger

On this double episode, Eddie Trunk is first joined by former Skid Row frontman, Sebastian Bach, who discusses his new book, '18 And Life,' his misunderstanding with Eddie, when Jon Bon Jovi's dad wanted to kick his ass, and much more. Then, founding Winger member/multi-instrumentalist Kip Winger phones in to discuss his recent Grammy nomination for his classical effort, 'Winger: Conversations With Nijinsky,' his other musical pursuits, his forthcoming 'Get Jack' theater project based on Jack the Ripper, and more!
19/01/171h 21m

ET- Dave Navarro // Steve Stevens

On another double episode, Eddie is first joined by Jane's Addiction guitarist/Ink Master host Dave Navarro, who discusses his new documentary, 'Mourning Son,' raising domestic violence awareness, being nominated for the Rock Hall, and more! Then, guitarist Steve Stevens phones in to discuss Kings of Chaos, working with Billy Idol, the Grammys, and much more!
12/01/171h 40m

ET- Journey's Neal Schon // Metallica's Kirk Hammett

On this two part episode, Eddie is first joined by Journey guitarist Neal Schon, who discusses the band's induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, the possibility of performing with Steve Perry, and more. Then, Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett discusses the band's latest album, 'Hardwired... To Self-Destruct,' the band's early years, and much more!
05/01/1759m 45s

ET- That Metal Show Reunion

On this end of the year special, That Metal Show's Eddie Trunk, Jim Florentine, and Don Jamieson reunite to list their respective Top 10 Albums of 2016.
29/12/161h 34m

ET- Pantera Special ft. Phil Anselmo, Vinnie Paul, + Rex Brown

On this special three part episode, Eddie is joined by the three surviving members of Pantera: vocalist Phil Anselmo, drummer Vinnie Paul, and bassist Rex Brown. While all three members discuss their current musical projects, Vinnie and Rex also discuss the 'Vulgar Display of Pantera' book while Phil addresses his recent Dimebash controversy, plus much, much more!
22/12/162h 19m

ET- Ace Frehley // Sixx:A.M.

On this double episode, Eddie is joined first by Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley to discuss his new covers album, 'Origins, Vol. 1,' tour, his sobriety, Eric Carr, and more! Then, Sixx:A.M.'s James Michael and DJ Ashba drop by to discuss their double album set, 'Prayers for the Damned, Vol. 1' and 'Prayers for the Blessed, Vol. 2,' their U.S. tour, and much more!
15/12/161h 7m

ET- Taylor Hawkins

Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss his new solo record, 'KATO.' The drummer also "nerds out" with Eddie about bands like Rush and Guns N' Roses, talks about performing with Alanis Morissette, gives updates on The Foo Fighters, and more!
08/12/161h 17m

ET- Sammy Hagar // Jason Bonham

On this all new double episode, Eddie is joined by The Circle bandmates Sammy Hagar and Jason Bonham, who both discuss what's going on with the band. First, ex-Van Halen singer Sammy Hagar drops by to discusses his latest album, 'This Is Sammy Hagar: When the Party Started Volume 1,' writing songs for the movie 'Rock Star,' what's new with Chickenfoot and Van Halen, and more! Then, Jason Bonham phones in to discuss Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Experience and much more!
01/12/161h 12m

ET- Fred Coury, John 5, + Nuno Bettencourt

Cinderella's Fred Coury, Extreme's Nuno Bettencourt, and Rob Zombie's John 5 all join Eddie Trunk on this jam-packed episode to discuss their respective current projects and careers.
24/11/161h 43m

ET- M. Shadows // Billy Corgan

Avenged Sevenfold frontman Matt "M" Shadows joins Eddie Trunk on this jam-packed episode to discuss the band's stealthy drop of their new record, 'The Stage.' The singer also discusses changing labels, performing on the Capitol Records Building, how and why the band chose to keep the album a secret, their lawsuit with their previous label, album charts, and much more! Then, Billy Corgan of The Smashing Pumpkins calls in during the interview to discuss the Chicago Cubs and their MLB World Series Win.
17/11/161h 35m

ET- Steve Whiteman of Kix

Kix frontman Steve Whiteman joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss the band's new CD/DVD 'Can't Stop the Show: The Return of Kix - A Documentary.' The singer also discusses the band's reunion, song writing, giving vocal lessons, Funny Money, how he stays healthy, and much more!
10/11/161h 10m

ET- Jon Bon Jovi // Michael Anthony

On this double episode, Eddie is joined first by Jon Bon Jovi who discusses the band's forthcoming album, 'This House is Not for Sale,' guitarist Richie Sambora's departure, new guitarist Phil X, and more! Then, Van Halen bassist Michael Anthony drops in and talks Sammy Hagar's birthday bash, Chickenfoot, Eddie Van Halen, his hot sauce, and much more.
03/11/161h 29m

ET- Alter Bridge

All four members of Alter Bridge join Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss their latest album, 'The Last Hero.' The band also discusses the inspiration behind the album, longtime producer Michael "Elvis" Baskette, each members' experience with college, and much more!
27/10/161h 19m

ET- Lars Ulrich

Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss the band's forthcoming album, 'Hardwired...To Self-Destruct.' The drummer also discusses writing the album, 'LuLu,' Howard Stern, remastering albums, and more!
20/10/161h 3m

ET- Michael Sweet

Stryper's Michael Sweet joins Eddie on this episode to discuss new solo album, 'One Sided War.' The frontman also discusses 30 years of 'To Hell with the Devil,' putting on the black and yellow again, how the band takes care of themselves before a tour, metal guys going country, and more!
13/10/161h 21m

ET- Jesse James Dupree

Jackyl's axman & chainsaw weilder, Jesse James Dupree, joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss new album, 'Rowyco.' The frontman also discusses how he got started using a chainsaw, his father, Glenn Hughes, chickens, AC/DC's Brian Johnson, and more!
06/10/161h 28m

ET- Jeff Pilson

Jeff Pilson of Foreigner & Dokken joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss the highly anticipated Dokken reunion tour. The bassist also discusses Foreigner, how he got started with Dokken, Jani Lane, and more!
29/09/161h 31m

ET- Comedian Jim Breuer

Comedian Jim Breuer joins Eddie Trunk on this exclusive podcast episode to discuss his foray into metal music with his new band, Jim Breuer and The Loud & Rowdy. In addition to giving a track by track breakdown to new album 'Songs from the Garage,' he also discusses how performing at Sonisphere shaped his comedy act, getting signed to Metal Blade Records, producer Rob Caggiano (Volbeat, ex-Anthrax), how ACDC's Brian Johnson ended up singing on the record & the subsequent controversy, and much, much more!
22/09/161h 31m

ET- Jeff Pezzuti & Wendy Dio

Jeff Pezzuti made metal history at the 2016 Wacken Open Air Festival when he debuted the Ronnie James Dio hologram during the Dio Disciples' performance of "We Rock." The designer joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss Eyellusion (his company), how he came up with the idea, the logistics behind it, his relationship with metal, and more! Wendy Dio also drops in to give her perspective on the performance and why she chose to honor her late husband with this breaking new technology.
15/09/161h 16m

ET- Jason Newsted

Best known for playing bass as Cliff Burton's predecessor in Metallica, Jason Newsted joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss his latest musical endeavor, Jason Newsted and The Chophouse Band. Newsted also discusses his thoughts on new Metallica music, his current relationship with Metallica, why he discontinued the band Newsted, his mother, and more!
08/09/161h 20m

ET - Danny "The Count" Koker

Known as the owner of Las Vegas nightclub Vamp'd and for his work on the History Channel's Counting Cars, Danny "The Count" Koker joins Eddie Trunk to discuss Count 77's ''Soul Transfusion,' his band's sophomore album debut. In addition to discussing Count 77's second album, Koker also discusses customizing rides, his recent pneumonia scare, living in Vegas, and more!
01/09/1656m 33s

ET- Rod Morgenstein

Best known for drumming in bands such as Dixie Dregs and Winger, Rod Morgenstein joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss new band Jelly Jam. The esteemed drummer also gives an in depth look into how he started his career and discusses transitioning genres, working with Steve Morris, teaching at Berkeley, and more!
25/08/161h 29m

ET- Josh Todd // Tommy Skeoch

Buckcherry's Josh Todd & former Tesla guitarist Tommy Skeoch each join Eddie Trunk on yet another double episode! J.T. discusses the decade anniversary of Buckcherry's monumental "15" album, the band's shaky start, almost joining Velvet Revolver, his cameo on the hit TV series "Bones," and more while Skeoch discusses his struggles with addiction, why he left Tesla, his solo career, giving guitar lessons, his work with Autism Speaks, and more!
18/08/161h 19m

ET- Don Dokken // Glenn Hughes

On another double shot of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, Eddie is first joined by Don Dokken who discusses the long-awaited Dokken reunion in Japan, previous legal battles over the band name, his health, & more! Then, Eddie is joined by Glenn Hughes who discusses his 14th solo album, his current tour, having a double knee replacement, working with Tony Iommi, and more!
11/08/161h 23m

ET- D Generation

D Generation guitarist Danny Sage and vocalist Jesse Malin join Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss forthcoming album Nothing is Anywhere. The band members also talk touring, difficulties with labels early in their career, throwing masters in the Hudson River, band fights, what took them so long to release a new album, and more!
04/08/161h 30m

ET- Ted Nugent

Guitarist Ted Nugent joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss his current North American tour. Uncle Ted also talks his decision to stay sober throughout his life, growing up, parenting, hunting, his various charitable works, his thoughts on the 2016 Presidential Election, and more!
28/07/161h 11m

ET- Gus G

Ozzy/Firewind guitarist Gus G joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to promote his latest solo album, Brand New Revolution. The shredder also discusses each of his respective musical projects, how he landed the gig with Ozzy, touring, growing up in Greece, and more!
21/07/161h 18m

ET- Metal Church // Bret Michaels

Eddie Trunk brings you a double shot of interviews on this special episode. First, Metal Church's Kurdt Vanderhoof + Mike Howe discuss Mike's return to the band, latest album XI, touring, + more while Bret Michaels discusses the first ever Sirius XM Hairnation Festival, Poison, football, + more!
14/07/161h 11m

ET- Joey Kramer

Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss his all new line of coffee & cafe, Rockin' & Roastin'. The drummer also discusses his 29 year sobriety, his tinnitus, upcoming Aerosmith dates, and more!
07/07/161h 25m

ET- Joe Lynn Turner

Singer Joe Lynn Turner joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss his latest band, Sunstorm. The vocalist also discusses the challenges of playing new music live, his time in Rainbow, the 2016 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction, traveling outside of the states, and more!
30/06/161h 0m

ET- Jamey Jasta

On this exclusive episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, Hatebreed's Jamey Jasta joins Eddie to discuss latest album Concrete Confessional. The vocalist also talks festivals in North America vs festivals in Europe, his podcast, the band's latest tour, getting his Instagram hacked, and more!
23/06/161h 22m

ET- Michael Schenker

Guitar legend Michael Schenker joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to promote his latest live release, On A Mission: Live From Madrid. The guitarist explains the decision to do a live DVD, the live band he uses, working with Graham Bonnet, his time with The Scorpions, not being credited properly for his work, his tumultuous relationship with brother Rudolph, and more!
16/06/161h 0m

ET- Twisted Sister

Jay Jay French, Mark "The Animal" Mendoza, Eddie Ojeda, & Dee Snider of Twisted Sister join Eddie Trunk for an exclusive podcast interview at Hideaway Studios in Vegas on this episode. The band discusses their decision to retire, the passing of AJ Pero, stories from their career, and more!
09/06/161h 12m

ET- Carmine Appice

Vanilla Fudge drummer Carmine Appice joins Eddie Trunk to promote his autobiography, Stick It: My Life Of Sex, Drums, And Rock 'N' Roll. The drummer also discusses his drum fills, touring, The Sex Police, the famous Led Zeppelin "shark" story, Ozzy, Prince, collaborating with Rod Stewart, and more!
02/06/161h 12m

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29/05/162m 43s

ET- Angel

The band Angel reunites for the first time in 35 years on this exclusive episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast. Barry Brandt, Frank DiMino, Gregg Giuffria, Punky Meadows, & Felix Robinson all come together at Hideaway Studios in Las Vegas to graciously accept the Glam Rock Legends Award at The Vegas Rocks! Hair Metal Awards. The band discusses their favorite albums, their relationship with KISS, the departure of Mickie Jones, what they're all up to now, whether or not there's a possibility of a reunion, and so much more!
26/05/161h 30m

ET- Jason Bonham

Drummer Jason Bonham (son of John Bonham) joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss his Led Zeppelin Experience tour. The legacy also discusses his relationship with the remaining members of Led Zeppelin, working with singers such as Robert Plant, Myles Kennedy, Steven Tyler, + Sammy Hagar, the media, Black Country Communion reunion, California Breed, and more!
19/05/161h 24m

ET- Rudy Schenker

Scorpions' guitarist Rudy Schenker checks in from Germany on this episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast to discuss the bands ongoing 50th Anniversary Tour. The guitarist also discusses Lemmy, Brian Johnson, possibly doing an album with his brother, his Rock Your Life book, and more!
12/05/161h 29m

ET- Zakk Wylde.

Father Zakk Wydle joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss latest album Book of Shadows II. The guitarist also discusses Van Halen, Randy Rhoads, Ozzy, Black Label Society, the Experience Hendrix Tour, ACDC, Buddy Guy, his kids, and more!!!
05/05/161h 9m

ET- Lita Ford + Lizzy Hale // Soul Asylum's David Pirner

On this special two part episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, Eddie features tourmates Lizzy Hale & Lita Ford as well as an exclusive interview with Soul Asylum's David Pirner. While Lita and Lizzy discuss the Halestorm/Lita Ford tour in North America, Pirner talks latest Soul Asylum album, Change of Fortune, and more!
28/04/161h 9m

ET- Ace Frehley

Ace Frehley joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss newest cover album, Orgins Vol. 1. The guitarist details how he picked the tracks as well as his legendary guests, recording with Paul Stanley, KISS, the album cover, and more!
21/04/161h 2m

ET- Guns N' Roses Reunion Recap

On this all new guest-free episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, Eddie recaps the Guns N' Roses first ever reunion show in Las Vegas on 4/8/16. Eddie details his time in Vegas, hanging with various band members, the performance, and more!
14/04/161h 13m

ET- Rob Halford

Judas Priest's Rob Halford joins Eddie Trunk & That Metal Show co-host Jim Florentine on this episode to discuss the band's latest live DVD, Battle Cry. The Metal God discusses his health, UFO, his thoughts on metal today, his plans for the future, and more!
07/04/1653m 19s

ET- UFO's Phil Mogg

UFO's Phil Mogg joins Eddie Trunk on this episode and discusses the band's current tour. The singer also talks touring with Judas Priest, the differences between guitarists Michael Schenker, Paul Chapman, & Vinnie Moore, his lyrics, and more!
31/03/161h 30m

ET- David Draiman

Disturbed frontman David Draiman joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss latest album, Evolved. The singer also details the band's 5 year hiatus, forthcoming tour, writing the new album, his decision to leave social media, and more!
24/03/161h 4m

ET- Uli Jon Roth

Guitar legend Uli Jon Roth joins Eddie Trunk on this episode and discusses his latest tour, The Ultimate Guitar Experience featuring Jennifer Batten & Andy Timmons. The guitarist also talks UFO, The Scorpions, Steve Vai, the Monsters of Rock cruise, thoughts on Michael Schenker, and more!
17/03/161h 11m

ET- Producer Max Norman

On this exclusive episode, producer Max Norman joins Eddie Trunk to share an in depth behind the scenes look at his lengthy career. The producer discusses his controversies working with Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne, recording Randy Rhoads, producing Megadeth, Lynchmob, Y&T, and more!
10/03/161h 20m

ET- Producer Bob Kulick

Legendary producer Bob Kulick joins Eddie Trunk for an exclusive interview on this episode of the podcast and details his storied career, which involved working with bands such as Motorhead, Kiss, Meatloaf, upon many others! The producer also discusses forthcoming book, Confessions of a Killer Heavy Metal Axeman.
03/03/161h 33m

ET- Dream Theater

Dream Theater's John Petrucci & Jordan Rudess join Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss forthcoming album The Astonishing. The band explains the concept behind the album, how the concept was thought of, lineup changes, playing to over 750,000 people at the Woodstock festival in Poland, and more!
25/02/161h 43m

ET- Todd Kerns

Slash ft. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators' bassist Todd Kerns joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss his forthcoming record for his latest project, TKO. The bassist also discusses his thoughts on the Guns n Roses reunion, the deaths of Lemmy and David Bowie, working with Michael Monroe, writing the next Slash album, and more!
18/02/161h 25m

ET- Joe Elliott

Def Leppard's Joe Elliott joins Eddie Trunk on this episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast and pays tribute to the late David Bowie, who heavily influenced Elliott's career. The singer also discusses latest album Def Leppard, coming up with the running order of tracks, the band's popularity in the 80's vs now, MTV, and more!
11/02/161h 29m

ET- A Tribute To Jimmy Bain

On January 23rd, 2016, Rainbow/Dio bassist Jimmy Bain tragically passed away in his sleep while aboard Def Leppard's "Hysteria on High Waters" cruise, where he had performed just a few days earlier with his latest band, Last in Line. Bandmates Andrew Freeman, Vivian Campbell (also of Def Leppard), and Vinny Appice join Eddie Trunk on this special episode to pay tribute to their fallen brother. The musicians discuss sharing the stage with Jimmy during his last performance, share stories from the road, and more.
04/02/161h 34m

ET- Dave Mustaine

Megadeth's Dave Mustaine joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss the band's latest album, Dystopia. The frontman discusses the band's newest members, the circumstances of the Rust in Peace tour, reviewing his own performances, and more!
28/01/1645m 4s

ET- Rob Trujillo

Best known for his playing in Metallica & Suicidal Tendencies, bassist Rob Trujillo joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss latest venture Jaco, a documentary film that details the life of bassist Jaco Pastorius. The bassist details how the film came together, how Jaco influenced his playing, the status of Metallica, and more!
21/01/161h 27m

ET- Glenn Hughes

On this episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, Eddie is joined by Deep Purple's Glenn Hughes who discusses the band's long awaited induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. The musician talks the Rock Hall's rules regarding which members get inducted, the band's late members, band history, & more!Comic Craig Gass also sits in with Eddie during his open to do his hysterically convincing impressions and discuss Guns n Roses and more.
14/01/161h 33m

ET- Cheap Trick's Rick Nielsen

On this episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, Eddie kicks off the new year by recapping his Top 10 favorite albums of 2015. Then, Eddie is joined by Cheap Trick's Rick Nielsen who discusses the band's long overdue induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, the band's forthcoming album, and more!
07/01/161h 7m

ET- Leslie West

Musician Leslie West joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss his latest album, Soundcheck. The guitarist also discusses announcing a season of That Metal Show, his wife, bladder cancer, losing his leg, performing for Microsoft's Paul Allen, being sampled, playing with Hendrix, and more!
31/12/151h 27m

ET- Eric Martin

Singer Eric Martin joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss his lengthy career as a musician and his history with Mr. Big. The singer also talks his acoustic tour with Def Leppard, the road life, The Eric Martin Band, his friendship with Richie Kotzen, and more!
24/12/151h 17m

ET- Brad Whitford

Mainly known for playing guitar in Aerosmith, guitarist Brad Whitford joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss reuniting with Derek St. Holmes for Whitfford/St. Holmes. The guitarist also discusses how this project got started, his career with Aerosmith, his son's band, and more!
17/12/151h 8m

ET- Steve Vai

Guitar legend Steve Vai joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss the forthcoming benefit for musician Tony MacAlpine, who is currently battling cancer. The guitarist also discusses pulling fans on stage, the Monsters of Rock Cruise, the onstage reunion with David Lee Roth that almost happened at Lucky Strike in Hollywood, his art gallery, and more!
10/12/1554m 22s

ET- Guitarist Richie Kotzen.

Richie Kotzen joins Eddie Trunk on this episode and gives an in depth glimpse of his career. The guitarist discusses his varied catalogue, starting out as a musician, getting dropped from Interscope, his start & end in Poison, The Winery Dogs, and more!
26/11/151h 31m

ET- Rickey Medlocke

Guitarist Rickey Medlocke joins Eddie Trunk on this week's episode and talks his time with Lynyrd Skynyrd, the history of Blackfoot, performing with Foreigner, his relationship with Mick Jones, and more!
19/11/151h 8m

ET- Billy Squier Part 2

Join Eddie Trunk and Billy Squier as they pick up where they left off last week on the second episode of this special two part archival interview. The legendary guitarist examines his career from the Don't Say No album onward, concluding this first ever archival series on The Eddie Trunk Podcast.
12/11/151h 34m

ET- Billy Squier Part 1

During the first half of this two part archival episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, guitar legend Billy Squier chronicles his storied career from the Piper days up until the Don't Say No album. Hear the rest of this special episode next week!
05/11/151h 56m

ET- Joel Hoekstra

Guitarist Joel Hoekstra joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss Dying To Live, the latest album by new band Joel Hoekstra's 13. The guitarist also talks joining Whitesnake, his start in Night Ranger, filling in for Mick Jones in Foreigner, Trans Siberian Orchestra, growing up in Illinois, early influences, and more!
29/10/151h 10m

ET- Todd La Torre

Queensryche singer Todd La Torre joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss the band's recent tour with The Scorpions. The frontman also discusses how he got the gig in Queensryche, growing up as a fan of the band & Geoff Tate, drumming, difficult songs to sing, and more!
22/10/151h 34m

ET- Chris Adler

Drummer Chris Adler joins Eddie Trunk on this episode of the podcast to discuss Lamb of God as well as his newest gig, Megadeth. Adler fills Eddie in on the recent Lamb of God tour with Slipknot, new album VII: Sturm Und Drang, how the band handled Randy Blythe's wrongful imprisonment and subsequent return, being in a band with his brother, and more! Additionally, the drummer details the writing process for Megadeth's new album, how he joined the band, how his lifelong Megadeth fandom helped shape the album, and so much more!
15/10/151h 14m

ET- Producer Michael Wagener

Legendary producer Michael Wagener joins Eddie Trunk on this episode and dishes on some of the most memorable bands whose records he produced such as Accept, Metallica, Skid Row, Motley Crue, Extreme, White Lion, and many others! Wagener also discusses how he got his start, moving to the US, some of his favorite musicians, and more!
08/10/151h 43m

ET- Lita Ford

Lita Ford joins Eddie Trunk on this all new exclusive episode and discusses meeting producer Kim Fowley, joining The Runaways, transitioning into her solo career, her relationship with The Osbournes, her first ever guitars, and more!
01/10/151h 50m

ET- Frankie Banali

On this episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, Eddie goes in depth with Quiet Riot's Frankie Banali and director/producer Regina Russell, to discuss the band's documentary, Well Now You're Here, There's No Way Back. The couple talk in depth about the making of the film, Kevin Dubrow, similarities between Quiet Riot & Twisted Sister, and more!
24/09/151h 13m

ET- Klaus Meine

In honor of 50 years of The Scorpions, singer Klaus Meine joins Eddie Trunk on this episode and discusses the band's current tour, latest album Return to Forever, the decision not to say "goodbye" after their "Farewell Tour," MTV Unplugged, drummer James Kottak's recent issues, and more!
17/09/1550m 54s

ET- Def Leppard's Phil Collen

On this episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, Def Leppard guitarist Phil Collen joins Eddie to discuss the band's forthcoming album and recent tour with Styx & Tesla. The guitarist also talks Steve Brown, Vivian Campbell's battle with cancer, his side bands Man Raze & Delta Deep, staying in shape on the road, and more!
10/09/1559m 10s

ET- Live Special with Bruce Dickinson

Broadcasting from The Hard Rock Cafe in Times Square, Eddie Trunk brings you another LIVE edition of the podcast with Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson. The legendary singer details his recent battle with cancer and of course, Maiden's forthcoming tour and album, Book of Souls. Bruce also answers questions from fans and discusses Samson, his children's musical pursuits, some tour and concert nightmares, his solo career, and more!
03/09/151h 33m

ET- Paul Chapman

Best known for his playing in UFO & Lone Star, guitarist Paul "Tonka" Chapman joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss his time in UFO. The guitarist also talks about his time in Skid Row, how he earned his nickname, Lone Star, producer George Martin, new band Killer Bee, his time with Bon Scott just before his tragic death, and more!
27/08/151h 8m

ET- Bill Ward

Tune into this all new exclusive interview with former Black Sabbath drummer Bill Ward on this episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast. In addition to explaining his turmoil with Black Sabbath and The Osbournes, the legendary drummer discusses his time in Black Sabbath, recording Heaven & Hell, struggling with alcoholism & the road to his current sobriety, his artwork, new record Accountable Beasts, and more!
20/08/151h 16m

ET- Randy Blythe

On this episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, Lamb of God's D. Randall Blythe drops by to discuss his memoir, Dark Days, which chronicles his 2012 imprisonment in Prague. In addition to sharing details of his harrowing ordeal, Randy discusses his writing process, gratitude lists, cigarettes and coffee, and more!
13/08/1551m 13s

ET- Angel's Punky Meadows & Felix Robinson

Angel's Punky Meadows returns to The Eddie Trunk Podcast and this time, he is joined by Angel bassist Felix Robinson to discuss their latest musical endeavor. The guys detail how they got back into music, rehash some of their memories from the Angel days, bandmate Keith Roth (who makes a special appearance on this episode), and more!
06/08/151h 10m

ET- Corey Taylor

Slipknot/Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor joins Eddie Trunk on this episode to discuss latest book You're Making Me Hate You. In addition to sharing some insight to some of his snarky passages, the vocalist also discusses his thoughts on the music industry today, touring, his respective bands, offers advice to young musicians, and more!
30/07/151h 6m

ET- Alex Lifeson

Go backstage with Eddie Trunk and Alex Lifeson during Rush's R40 tour on this episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast. The legendary prog guitarist talks 40+ years of Rush, the band's history, picking the set list, his arthritis, performing with Andy Curran, and more!
23/07/1559m 17s

ET- Bumblefoot

Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal joins Eddie Trunk on this episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast to discuss his latest record, Little Brother's Watching. In addition to lighthearted discussions about Paul Stanley, touring, hot sauce, Guns n' Roses, & more, the guitarist gets serious for a moment and reveals some of the health and personal issues he struggled with and subsequently overcame.
16/07/151h 19m

ET- Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo

For the first time ever, Eddie Trunk talks to the iconic Pat Benatar & her husband/guitarist Neil Giraldo. On this exclusive episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, the powerhouse couple details their 35 year marriage and musical partnership, the legendary "You Better Run" music video, the MTV years, their forthcoming anniversary tour, parenthood, & more!
09/07/151h 14m

ET- Billy Sheehan

Bassist extraordinaire Billy Sheehan joins Eddie Trunk on this episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast and issues an update regarding the forthcoming sophomore release from The Winery Dogs. The bassist also shares the surprising way he learned how to play the bass, other instrumental pursuits, Mr. Big, Chickenfoot, his thoughts on Van Halen, living Spinal Tap in real life, and more!
02/07/151h 19m

ET- Guitarist Joe Satriani

Joe Satriani makes a triumphant return to The Eddie Trunk Podcast on this week's episode to discuss his alter ego and the concept behind his forthcoming album, Shockwave Supernova. The guitar legend also talks Les Paul, EDM, Sammy Hagar, Chickenfoot, composing music for the United Nations, and more!
25/06/151h 7m

ET- Sammy Hagar

On this week's exclusive interview on The Eddie Trunk Podcast, Sammy Hagar breaks the news of his latest battle with his former Van Halen bandmates. In addition to explaining his side of the feud and how these issues have escalated, The Red Rocker also talks his latest Cabo ventures, Chickenfoot, Joe Satriani, and more on this special episode!
18/06/1549m 31s

ET- Jay Buchanan of Rival Sons

Hear Eddie Trunk's first ever interview with Rival Sons' vocalist Jay Buchanan on this episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast. The singer talks latest album Great Western Valkyrie, the band's unconventional songwriting process, Rival Sons' history, his introduction to music, and more!
11/06/151h 13m

ET- Mark Slaughter

Mark Slaughter sits down with Eddie Trunk on this episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast to discuss Reflections in a Rear View Mirror, his first ever solo record. Slaughter also talks about his time with The Vinnie Vincent Invasion, making the transition from a guitarist to a singer, drummer Zoltan Chaney, sharing bandmates with Vince Neil, doing voiceover work, his charity work, and more!
04/06/1552m 55s

ET- Michael Schenker

Prior to his Season 14 appearance on That Metal Show, Guitar God Michael Schenker joined Eddie Trunk to discuss his latest album, Spirit on a Mission. Additionally, the legend talks Kirk Hammett, UFO, his recent Visa issues, getting punched by Phil Mogg, the wild 70's & 80's, and more! Hear it now on this episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast!
28/05/151h 6m

ET- John Bush & Joey Vera of Armored Saint

Armored Saint's Joey Vera & John Bush detail the band's history on this episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast. The founding members talk the early years, That Metal Show, Jason Becker, Metal Blade Records, touring with Saxon, and of course, their forthcoming record, Win Hands Down. Also, learn which Armored Saint member turned down Metallica, what the guys are up to on their time off, and more!
21/05/151h 3m

ET- Marc Storace of Krokus

In honor of Krokus' big return to North America, singer Marc Storace joins Eddie Trunk to discuss why the band doesn't often tour in the states as well as Krokus' latest live album, "Long Stick Goes Boom: Live from da House of Rust." Additionally, the vocalist talks Krokus' early years, the "MTV days," the Rock Meets Classic Tour, being asked to replace Bon Scot in ACDC, and more!
14/05/151h 1m

ET- Geddy Lee / Joe Elliott

On another special two part episode of "The Eddie Trunk Podcast," Eddie goes behind the scenes of That Metal Show with Season 14 guests Geddy Lee of Rush and Joe Elliott of Def Leppard. While Geddy Lee discusses the Rush 40 tour, the possibility of touring again/releasing new music, and selecting the Rush set list for shows, Joe Elliott talks Def Leppard's summer tour with Styx, the band's next record, the possibility of a Dead Flatbird reunion, and more! Additionally, Eddie takes a round of fan submitted questions to kick off this jam packed episode.
07/05/151h 17m

ET- Joey Tempest/Ricky Warwick & Damon Johnson

Eddie is joined by Europe's Joey Tempest as well as by Ricky Warwick and Damon Johnson of Black Star Riders/formerly of Thin Lizzy during this special two part episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast. While Tempest discusses M3 Fest, producer Dave Cobb, and of course, Europe's latest release, War of Kings, Ricky & Damon talk Black Star Riders' sophomore album, The Killer Instinct, as well as their decision to breakaway from the Thin Lizzy name, and more!
30/04/151h 17m

ET- Shaun Morgan of Seether

During this episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, Seether's Shaun Morgan joins Eddie to discuss his upcoming Rise Above Festival and charity event. The songwriter explains his reason behind this momentous humanitarian event and how it has helped raise suicide awareness. Additionally, he shares stories about his personal life, getting arrested at Rocklahoma, his music, and more.
23/04/151h 4m

ET - Snake Sabo & Rachel Bolan of Skid Row

Skid Row's Dave "The Snake" Sabo and Rachel Bolan join Eddie Trunk on this week's episode to address their choice to part ways with singer Johnny Solinger. The guys also discuss replacement singer Tony Harnell, the songwriting process, the band's future, why there will never be a reunion with Bach, and more!
16/04/151h 4m

ET- Dee Snider

Last week, Eddie heard from Doug Aldrich regarding his now infamous Twitter feud with Twisted Sister's Dee Snider. Dee joins Eddie Trunk on this week's episode (which was actually recorded on March 19th PRIOR to AJ's passing) and offers his perspective and explanation of the events.
09/04/151h 4m

ET- Doug Aldrich

Best known for his work in Whitesnake, guitarist Doug Aldrich joins Eddie Trunk on this week's episode to discuss his twitter feud with Twisted Sister's Dee Snider. Additionally, Aldrich talks Whitesnake, his latest album with Revolution Saints, his Vegas residency, his contributions to the latest Lady Gaga record, his son's health, the Randy Rhoads Ultimate Tribute album, Dio, and more!
02/04/1556m 52s

ET- Celebrating the Life of AJ Pero

This past Friday (03/20/15), Rock n' Roll suffered the tragic loss of iconic drummer AJ Pero. Jay Jay French of Twisted Sister as well as Mike Orlando & Russell Allen of Adrenaline Mob join Eddie Trunk on this week's episode to remember and celebrate the life of their lost bandmate. Eddie and his grieving guests share their favorite memories and funniest stories of AJ Pero in honor of their fallen brother's legacy.
26/03/151h 20m

ET- Alice Cooper

Shock rock extraordinaire, Alice Cooper, joins Eddie Trunk on this week's episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast to discuss his upcoming covers album which will pay tribute to his Rainbow Room drinking buddies of the 60's and 70's. In addition to sharing stories of drinking with Janis Joplin and Jim Morrison, Alice Cooper talks touring with Motley Crue, sobriety, manager Shep Gordon, the Super Duper Alice Cooper documentary, producer Bob Ezrin, and more!
19/03/151h 1m

ET- Steven Adler

Joining Eddie Trunk on this week's episode of The Eddie Trunk podcast is none other than Guns N' Roses original drummer, Steven Adler. In addition to professing his dreams of a GNR reunion, Adler details his long term battle with addiction and the steps he has taken to maintain his current sobriety. The drummer also talks KISS, Paul Stanley, popping out of a cake on TMS, his latest musical endeavors, Adler band, and more!
12/03/151h 8m

ET- Frank Hannon

On this episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, Tesla's Frank Hannon talks The Frank Hannon Band's latest album, World Peace. Additionally, Frank reminisces about the early Tesla years, talks touring, influences, his TMS controversy, Frank Marino, and more!
05/03/151h 3m

ET- Joe Holmes

When it comes to new music, Farmikos is among one of Eddie Trunk's favorite new bands. Guitarist Joe Holmes joins Eddie on this week's podcast to discuss the band's debut album, his time playing with David Lee Roth and Ozzy, being taught by Randy Rhoads, his hiatus from music, and more!
26/02/151h 10m

ET- Robin Zander of Cheap Trick

On February 5th, The Robin Zander Band performed in Times Square, NYC at the legendary BB Kings Blues Club & Grill. Prior to the show, Zander sat down with Eddie Trunk for an intimate discussion where he detailed the history of both Cheap Trick and his introduction into Rock & Roll. Moreover, the singer/guitarist discusses touring w/ Aerosmith, his solo band, Buddy Carlos, the legendary Budokan album, future plans, and more! Robin Zander Jr. also makes a cameo and discusses working with his dad as well as his father's influences on his own musicianship. Hear it all exclusively on this episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast!
19/02/151h 5m

ET- Danny "The Count" Koker

Best known for fixing & flipping whips & bikes on the History Channel's Counting Cars, Danny "The Count" Koker joins Eddie Trunk on this week's episode to talk about his new band, Count 77. The Count also discusses Count's Kustoms, Season 5 of Counting Cars, John 5, the Vegas Rock Awards, his father, club Count's Vamp'd in Vegas, and more!
12/02/151h 14m

ET- Michael Sweet

On yet another jam packed episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast, Michael Sweet joins Eddie and talks his new band, Sweet & Lynch, featuring George Lynch (Dokken, Lynch Mob) and their upcoming album, Only to Rise. Sweet also talks Stryper, working as a producer, Van Halen, being asked to produce Sebastian Bach's next record, his book, and more! Additionally, Chris Jericho leaves a brief message in response to last week's Download Fest story told by Jake E Lee! This is one episode you don't wanna miss!
05/02/151h 31m

ET- Jake E Lee & Greg Chaisson

Guitar legend Jake E Lee and bassist Greg Chaisson of Red Dragon Cartel join Eddie Trunk on this week's episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast and dish on the band's line up changes, tour cancellations, recording with producer Kevin Churko, and what the band has been up to. Moreover, they also talk Ozzy Osbourne, Bob Daisley, baseball, Chris Jericho, and more on this jam packed episode!
29/01/151h 24m

ET- Vivian Campbell

Def Leppard guitarist Vivian Campbell joins Eddie Trunk on this episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast and discusses his harrowing battle with cancer, Steve Brown, Ronnie James Dio, what Def Leppard is up to, his latest happenings with Last in Line, and more!
22/01/1557m 23s

ET- Stephen Pearcy

Ever since Stephen Pearcy announced his most recent departure from Ratt, fans have been dying to know if there is a chance of the vocalist's return to the band. Pearcy answers this burning question in great detail on this episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast. Additionally, the singer talks about his latest endeavors with his band, his book, Robin Crosby, getting into new music with his daughter, and more!
15/01/151h 19m

ET- Carmine Appice & Joe Lynn Turner

Eddie is joined by vocalist Joe Lynn Turner (Rainbow, Deep Purple, Yngwie Malmsteen) and drummer Carmine Appice (Vanilla Fudge, Cactus, Mother's Army) on this all new episode of The Eddie Trunk Podcast. The powerhouse duo dish on their latest project, Rated X, which also features Tony Franklin & Karl Cochran. They also talk about previous and current bands they each have worked in, share stories, and more!
08/01/151h 33m
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