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MacGruber is back

Hate to be the guy that says SNL sucks, but SNL sucks. Pete Davidson? Gross. That’s the only name I still recognize but I admit I thought McGruber was hilarious.

I did pay money to watch the movie, it wasn’t “great” but I laughed and that’s all I was hoping for.

Now he’s back. Did I want more MacGruber? Not really. Will I still watch it? Yes. – Forrest

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Yes/Asia bassist Billy Sherwood

Bassist from Yes, Billy Sherwood, on the new album, The Quest, out now. Billy talks about how the new album came together, the passing of Chris Squire (Yes) and the passing of John Wetton (Asia).  He shares stories about working with Ron “Bummblefoot” Thal from Guns N’ Roses and growing up with musical parents. yesworld.comForrest

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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame President

On Saturday, October 30th, The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame held the induction ceremotny for the 2021 class. Inductees included The Foo Fighters, Jay Z, Randy Rhodes, LL Cool J, The Go-Go’s, Tina Turner and more. Greg really doesn’t answer my questions about Todd Rundgren slamming the RRHOF, who else was asked to fill in for a sick Bryan Adams or who he thinks should be inducted. The ceremony will air on HBO & stream on HBO Max on Saturday, November 20th. – Forrest

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Stevie Van Zandt Interview

Stevie Van Zandt from the E Street Band on seeing Jimmy Hendrix when he was still Jimmy James, changing his appearance for The Sopranos and Lilyhammer, what he gets Bruce Springsteen for his birthday, his radio show, if he’s he friendly with Tom Morello and he talks about his new book, “Unrequited Infatuations“, out now. littlesteven.comForrest


Bands Covering Pink Floyd

I’ve been on a Pink Floyd kick lately. I remember they were playing Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia on June 2nd, 3rd & 4th in 1994 but I wasn’t allowed to go because my parents said I’d be exposed to drugs. My older cousins went and did acid the entire weekend so maybe they were right. Still, wish I could have gone. Check these out. – Forrest


Kasim Sulton Interview

Kasim Sulton is a bass played known for playing with Utopia, Todd Rundgren, Meat Loaf, Joan Jett, Blue Öyster Cult, Hall & Oates and more.  We talk about “Bat Out Of Hell” by Meat Loaf, working with Joan Jett and songwriter Desmond Child, what he thinks about the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and his new album, “Kasim 2021” out now. – Forrest


A Flock of Seagulls Lead Singer

Mike Score is the lead singer of the English new wave band A Flock Of Seagulls who have released a new album, “String Theory“.  It’s their 7th album and features the Slovenian Symphonic Film Orchestra.  Mike talks about the new release and what it’s like to work with an orchestra, winning a Grammy in 1983, touring with The Police on the Synchronicity Tour and if he was a big Rolling Stones fan. – Forrest


Craig Gass (comedian)

Comedian Craig Gass talks about working on the Howard Stern Show, living at Eddie Van Halen’s house, being roomates with Mitch Hedberg, friends with George Carlin and hanging with Kenny G at a Slayer concert.  Plus he breaks out his best impressions of Al Pacino, Adam Sandler, Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Sam Kinison, Lars Ulrich and Christopher Walken. Forrest


Marc D’Antonio (astronomer)

Astronomer Marc D’Antonio talks about “Shock Doc: Alien Invasion: Hudson Valley” now on Discovery+.  Hudson Valley is the undisputed UFO capital of the world with over 3k encounters the past 10 years.  Marc talks about the town, fossils, what the government has released and his own strange expriences. – Forrest



Green Day covers KISS

The more time that goes by the more I respect Green Day.  This pretty much rules, I had no idea Green Day could sound like this & didn’t know they had another guitarst on tour with them. – Forrest


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Jimmy Cliff Interview

The legendary Jimmy Cliff on working with Tim Armstrong from Rancid, was Robin Williams depressed, if tourism is good for Jamacia and what a young Bob Marley was like. His new song, “Human Touch”, is out now. – Forrest


Gary Kemp from Spandau Ballet

Gary Kemp from Spandau Ballet talks about the success of the band from 168 million views on YouTube to sold out shows at London’s O2 Arena and 5 million airplays on the radio in the U.S. He also talks about playing with Nick Mason and Roger Waters from Pink Floyd, his friendship with Queen and his podcast, “Rockonteurs”. His 1st solo album in 25 years, Insolo, is out now. – Forrest

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Steve Lukather – Toto

Steve Lukather from Toto talks about the passing of Eddie Van Halen, playing guitar on “Beat It” on the album “Thriller”, what he spends his money on, his connection to Journey, his issue with the Weezer cover and the new live Toto album, “With A Little Help From My Friends”, out now. – Forrest


Cranberries Singer Covers Fleetwood Mac

Wow, just 1 guitar and a singer and it’s so good.  Makes the hair on the back of my neck stand up.  Sometimes you see someone live and you realize, oh yeah, that’s why you’re famous.  Sadly Dolores passed away in 2018 – Forrest


Billy F Gibbons (ZZ Top)

Billy F Gibbons
Photographer: Roger Kisby


Billy F Gibbons from ZZ Top has a new solo album out Friday, June 4th called “Hardware“. Billy calls in to talk about the new release along with working with Matt Sorum (Guns N’ Roses), getting a guitar from Jimi Hendrix, string advice from B.B. King, if ZZ Top is working on new music and Billy’s connection to Boise, Idaho where his guitars are made by John Bolin from Bolin Guitars. – Forrest

Listen to “128. Billy F Gibbons (ZZ Top)” on Spreaker.


Dexter returns this fall

Sometime around 2010 I thinik I was going through a pretty tough time with insomnia and even tried melatonin but nothing was working.  I’d stay up to like 3 or 4 in the morning unable to sleep every night.  Eventually I’d give up laying in bed and I’d flip through the TV for a few hours and Showtime was offering all the seasons of Dexter on demand for free.  I gave it a chance and -bam- hooked.  I was already a few seasons behind but caught up soon enough.  Next to “Lost” though I think it’s one of the worst endings of a TV series but now it’s coming back for a 10-episode series this fall.  I’m in. – Forrest



Steve Crooper interview

Steve Cropper from Brooker T. & the M.G.’s and The Blues Brothers has a new album out now called “Fire It Up”. Steve talks about the new release, co-writing “(Sittin’ On) The Dock Of The Bay” with Otis Redding and “Soul Man” by Sam & Dave plus working with Albert Johnson, playing guitar with Steven Segal and being in the movie “The Blues Brothers”. – Forrest

Listen to “126. Steve Cropper (Booker T. & the M.G.’s/The Blues Brothers)” on Spreaker.


I’ve been everywhere man

Made famous by Johnn Cash, check this cover of “I’ve Been Everywhere” by the L.A. Rats which is just sort of just Rob Zombie with a different bassist, Nikki Sixx from Mötley Crüe. – Forrest


Wait, Big Black died?

I never got into “Ridiculousness” because I can’t watch people bailing on skateboards and breaking legs but I always liked “Rob & Big Black” and “Fantasy Factory”.  I sort of stopped paying attention but Big Black died in 2017!?  I had no idea. – Forrest


A freaking baby!!

Super cool story but I am not comfortable with that 6 month old baby on a boat!  They move so quick and figure out latches and gates faster than you think they will.  I’m kind of glad my parents weren’t into anything extreme like ridiing bulls or hang gliding. Learn more about the couple here. – Forrest


These 2 douches

I can’t believe these are real people, they’re so gross I thought it was a joke at first.  The tight pants, the sunglasses inside, wearing a winter hat in Bel Air, the shirt open down to navel, 6 elevators while talking about waste, bragging about square footage, the stupid looking shoes, name dropping his divorce.  I would be so disappointed if this was who I grew up to be.  Imagine what you could have with $500,000,000.  I’d rather have a couple of different cabins with land and a killer garage full of muscle cars and guitars.  The artwork in this house is ugly.  An Avengers poster would look better than that stupid wing sculpture. If you really wanted to change the world that doesn’t seem like a very good start.  A wall of vintage playboys?  So sleazy. I wouldn’t take this house if it was free, I’d rather keep living in my under 1k sq foot house in Boise. (The pods in the pool by the night club are kind of cool though)


Steve Shippy

Steve Shippy (paranormal expert)

Cindy Kaza and Steve Shippy investigate.

Steve Shippy is a paranormal investigator and documentary filmmaker and is the host of the new documentary, “Shock Docs: Ed Gein – The Real Psycho” now streaming on Discovery+. The iconic psychopaths featured in the blockbuster movies “Silence of the Lambs,” “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” and “Psycho” were not just fictitious villains, they were inspired by a real-life personification of evil – Ed Gein. For the first time in history, cameras are allowed on the Gein property where the gruesome evidence was first discovered. Steve talks about what he discovers and shares stories from his connection to the rap world with Tech Nine, ICP and DMX. – Forrest

Listen to “124. Steve Shippy (Paranormal Expert)” on Spreaker.


What! How?

9 year old Nadi Bushell first came to fame for her Dave Grohl challenge.

Now she’s done a full cover of The Pixies “Where Is My Mind” which plays at the end of Fight Club.

Do you think there is any editing on this?  It’s amazing! – Forrest


RIP Prince

Prince died on this day in 2016.  Here’s a great Prince story from Kevin Smith. – Forrest

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Michael Brewer of Brewer & Shipley

Michael Brewer from Brewer & Shipley on 420 to promote the documentary, “One Toke Over The Line And Still Smokin‘” out on Vimeo. Michael talks about Jerry Garcia, Stephen Stills, Neil Young, being on Nixon’s Enemies List, getting booed off stage with Humble Pie and touring plans for the future. – Forrest

Listen to “123. Michael Brewer (Brewer & Shipley)” on Spreaker.

One Toke Over the Line…and Still Smokin’ from Full Circle Productions on Vimeo.



Check out this Hendrix Cover

Guitar center hands Zakk Wylde a guitar, “Here’s an acousic guitar, not sure if you can play Hendrix on it though.”  Zakk laughs in reverb. I wish I could go back in time & show this to Jimi 10 minutes after he wrote it,  “Here’s a hairy biker dude that plays Black Sabbath you inspired, he might be drunk too”. – Forrest

Lost Tape

AI program writes songs for The Doors & Nirvana

Check these out, an AI program used data from other songs to write music for rock stars who died at the age of 27.  The robot wrote the song then they got real singers to voice the lyrics.  This story sounds like a bad idea but they really aren’t bad songs, I’d argue these are all better than WAP.

Jimi Hendrix


And this one I really like, The Doors! – Forrest