Monday – Friday 2:00 pm – 7:00 PM

Colt Web

Monster Jam Interview

Colt Stephens drives the ThunderROARus truck for Monster Jam and has driven Brodozer, Doom’s Day and been a commentator for Monster Jam on NBC. The Texas based driver talks about the future of monster truck driving, going to the bathroom as an underwater welder and how many hats he owns. Monster Jam is at the Ford Idaho Center in Nampa March 11 – Forrest

Foo Pin

Foo Fighters pinball

My 1st thought, what about Taylor Hawkins? If you pause the trailer, you can see him on the graphics.

Pro Edition: $6,999 Premium Edition: $9,699 Limited Edition: $12,999. Details on how to order here. I want to buy 2 shipping containers and connect them with a roof & a patio in the middle. One is for guitars; one is for pinball machines and motorcycles on the patio.

I’d love to get to add the GNR and Rush pinball games to my pinball shipping container. – Forrest


Steve Shippy – Paranormal Investigator

Paranormal investigator Steve Shippy on the new show, “Shoc Docs: Michigan Hell House” on The Travel Channel and Discovery+ this Sunday at 9 PM. Steve investigated a house in Michigan he claims is more haunted than the house from Amityville. He goes through some of what he found while investigating and some of his experiences from his past. – Forrest

Steve Vai

Steve Vai

Steve Vai talking about his new album, “Vai/Gash”. Plus, his love of motorcycles, the lost guitar from the “Yankee Rose” video and beekeeping. vai.comForrest


Kenny Wayne Shepherd

Rock and blues guitarist Kenny Wayne Shepherd on the 25th anniversary of “Trouble Is”, touring with Bob Dylan, Mel Gibson’s private island and moving from California to Louisiana. – Forrest

Craig Web

Craig Gass in town this weekend

Comedian, actor and impressionist Craig Gass stopped by to do voices of Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Lars Ulrich, Sam Kinison, Morgan Freeman, out of breath Mark Wahlberg and Arnold Schwarzenegger in a car accident.

Steveo Web

Steve-O in Boise Jan 13th & 14th

Steve-O from Jackass talks about his Bucket List tour plus Mick Mars from Mötley Crüe being replaced by John 5 on the road, why he hates Pantera, going to clown college, getting sober and what he thinks happens when we die.

Hoey Web

Gary Hoey interview

Guitarist Gary Hoey on working with Lita Ford on her new album, trying out for Ozzy Osbourne, quitting coffee, his Christmas traditions and what he has coming in 2023. – Forrest

Bob Cowsill Web

Bob Cowsill from “The Cowsills”

Bob Cowsill from The Cowsills talks about their version of “Hair” that made them famous, inspiring the TV show “The Partridge Family”, Knowing John Stamos and hanging with Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins. “Rhythm Of The World” is out now. – Forrest

Jason Hanley

RRHOF 2022 Induction Ceremony

Jason Hanely is the Vice President of Education and Visitor Engagement of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The 2022 induction ceremony is airing Saturday, November 19th at 8:00 PM on HBO. He talks about Dolly Parton changing her mind and accepting the nomination and surprise appearances from Dave Grohl and Sheryl Crow. He also discussed Nine Inch Nail’s recent performance at the RRHOF. – Forrest

Joe Bonamassa

Joe Bonamassa interview

Blues rock guitarist and singer Joe Bonamassa calls in to talk about where Albert King’s flying V’s ended up and which gutiar store is most dangerous for him and his over 500 guitars at home. He also discusses where “Black Country Communion” is as far as a new album.  A new Bonamassa release, “Road To Redemption”, is streaming now and Joe’s on tour globally through August of 2023. – Forrest


Nirvana covers Led Zeppelin

The quality isn’t great but this is 1988 in a house recorded on VHS at a practice session so don’t judge the body of work even though I think with a proper sound system on stage this would hold up, but it’s most impressive because Kurt gave the impression that he hated bands like Led Zeppelin and Van Halen and liked more artistic bands like David Bowie, The Meat Puppets and Flipper. Yet here he is, covering “Immigrant Song” and not making fun of it. He was a fan. – Forrest


Metallica + Men at Work Mashup

I keep listening to this, it’s actually pretty good! When the breakdown happens & Metallica are all headbanging together (2:30) is one of the coolest scenes in a music video – Forrest

Steve Shippy Web

Steve Shippy (Paranormal Investigator)

Steve Shippy and psychic medium Cindy Kaza attempt to make contact with the ghosts of Flight 401 which crashed into the Florida Evergrades in 1972, killing 101 people on board. Steve also talks about his friendship with Sid (DJ Starscream) from Slipknot and DJ Lethal from House of Pain/Limp Bizkit. “Shock Docks: Ghost of Flight 401” debuts on the Travel Channel and Discovery+ on Friday, October 28th. – Forrest

David Paich Web

David Paich from TOTO

David Paich is the co-founder, songwriter, keyboardist and singer of the rock band Toto. His solo record, “Forgotten Toys” is out now featuring guest appearances from Don Felder (Eagles), Joseph Williams and Steve Lukather (TOTO), Michael McDonald (The Doobie Brothers/Steely Dan) and more. David talks about working with Keith Richards (The Rolling Stones) and Mötley Crüe and shares how many pianos are at his house and home studio. – Forrest


My Hawaiian hunting & fishing trip

Over the weekend I finally scheduled my 2022 white-tail fall trip this year for a few weeks from now in Northern Idaho. Not able to do Mule Deer or Elk this year as I did a hunting/fishing trip in Hawaii earlier in 2022. I got a Spanish Goat on The Big Island.

A few days later I was able to catch a Pacific Blue Marlin on Oahu.

I do have a pop-up camper for trips in Idaho.

This weekend I helped a friend go though his new truck cap camper. That got me searching for the ultimate camping rig, as of now I haven’t figured out how to haul my dirt bike and camper at the same time. I need to get a front hitch installed but just can’t afford it right now so I have someone haul one and I haul the other. I found my dream one but the cost! There is no way I could ever afford this or would spend this much, but it’s cool! It’s a converted cargo trailer and the best walk through is here but below are a couple more videos. Cost: $30-$40k.

If I wanted to spend evern more there’s also this one, minus the fake happy hosts. I mean the woman is excited about the vaccum, the toilet paper, the front door…EVERYTHING. We get it, you’re super happy.

Vir Web

Vir Das (comedian)

Comedian Vir Das has a new Netflix special coming in December and is on his “Wanted World Tour” now. He talks about almost being thrown in jail for his comedy, the best street foods in the world and how to swear in Hindi. – Forrest

Candlebox Web

Candlebox interview

Lead singer Kevin Martin from Candlebox talking about touring with Rush, Metallica and Aerosmith plus seeing Pearl Jam’s 1st show, the early grunge scene, the Cornell brothers and the new album, “Wolves” out now. The band was live in Boise on Saturday, October 1st. – Forrest

Dio Web

Interview with Wendy Dio

Ronnie James Dio’s widow Wendy calls in to talk about the new Dio documentary, “Dreamers Never Die” in theatres September 28th and October 2nd. Wendy talks about cameos in the documentary, Dio’s relationship with Ozzy Osbourne, if she has old Dio props in storage and what we can expect from the soundtrack coming out in the fall. – Forrest

Jeff Podcast

Jeff Pilson from Foreigner

Jeff Pilson from Foreigner calls in to talk about when will the band call it quits, knowing Pantera forever, his best friend Steven Alder from Guns N’ Roses, playing with Dio and Dokken, appearing in the movie “Rock Star” plus sobriety. – Forrest


Woodstock ’99: what the documentary got wrong

Don’t listen to the new Woodstock ’99 documentaries, I was there, it was awesome! It wasn’t scary, it wasn’t out of control. I was there with 11 friends for all 3 days up until the fires started. I saw people playing in mud that wasn’t mud, I witnessed money flying out of ATM’s, I saw things getting lit on fire. It was fine. When there’s 400,000 people drinking in 1 place, you’re going to have a couple of idiots.

We knew it was a bad idea to hand out candles for peace because by then trash was blowing around & you just knew people were going to light it on fire. I saw ATM machines broken open and I thought about grabbing some but knew each dollar serial number was recorded and I’d end up in trouble. I didn’t knock over ATM’s Monday – Friday, why would I do it on the weekend? I saw people breaking down plywood walls to get in for free but those are the kind of people that break the law anyway, Woodstock or not. Limp Bizkit didn’t start the riots, it was just a lot of people having a lot of fun – stuff’s going to get broken. Carson Daly wasn’t in any sort of trouble; hell I didn’t even know he was there and nobody cared about him anyway. I didn’t see 1 fight or 1 arrest. I saw people that should of been arrested and I saw refrigeration trucks explode when I was on my way out but I never saw violence against people.

If you ever went to a party and half of them were idiots, that was Woodstock. Kind of fun but also kind of concerning.

The RATM pit was a little scary, but I was like 100 lbs & drank vodka all day, not my best day on my feet. Limp Bizkit was fun, the Korn crowd was great & I got real close to the front. At this time Creed was still cool and they did such a great cover of The Doors with Robbie Krieger. The Offspring were funny, Sevendust blew my mind and I had never seen them live or heard them before. Everclear was sounding great, Godsmack and Megadeth had great shows, Rusted Root was so much fun and James Brown was iconic. This was the 1st time I’d even seen Kid Rock in the flesh or in the press and he put on a great show, Sheryl Crow pulled out a Guns N’ Roses cover and the Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist came out naked and played nude the whole time. I can’t imagine being that confident. Metallica were the last band on the 2nd night and with another day to go so they said, “Hey, since there’s nobody up next let’s keep playing!” They did at least 2 encores, eventually I just sat down and waited for them to finish. Kid Rock came out and sat on Lars Ulrich’s drum set & drank Jack Daniels straight out of the bottle. I saw Fatboy Slim or Moby at a rave at like 2 AM but don’t remember much from that. Perry Farrell from Jane’s Addiction was playing a DJ set too. DMX was great but I remember Ice Cube being kind of flat, I could of just been exhausted. Bands that I missed or don’t remember if I saw were Dave Matthews, Our Lady Peace, George Clinton, Lit, Counting Crows, The Brian Setzer Orchestra & Alanis Morisette. Aerosmith had canceled by the time I got there & I didn’t even know Willie Nelson or Muse were there. Hell, I didn’t even know what a Muse was at the time.

I’ve talked to a few friends I went to Woodstock ’99 with and ask them if we were scared or was it out of control, maybe I just don’t remember it correctly. No, they all said the same thing. It was the greatest weekend ever.



Richie Furay (Buffalo Springfield)

Richie Furay from Buffalo Springfield and Poco on his new release, “In The Country” covering country stars John Denver, Alabama, Keith Urban and guest appearances from Vince Gill, Jason Scheff (Chicago) and Timothy B. Schmidt (The Eagles). He talks about his relationship with The Eagles, meeting up with Neil Young in a few weeks and if Buffalo Springfield will every play together again. – Forrest


Metallica getting cancelled?

With Metallica being on Stranger Things a lot of new people are hearing them for the first time, this TikTok user serenatrueblood, who seems to struggle with spelling, has some issues with the band. – Forrest

@serenatrueblood I find it intersting that they only cared about gatekeeping in their fandom when they started getting big agaib from Stranger Things. Thy only care about what lines theor pockets #metallica #metal #isyourfavproblematic #stanculture #cancelculture #fyp p.s. sorry dad #greenscreen #greenscreenvideo ♬ original sound – Serena Trueblood

Zakk Wylde plays Sabbath’s 1st album

Zakk Wylde covered Black Sabbath’s debut album. What a monster release and I remember hearing this for the 1st time. For me Led Zeppelin was on the right and Black Sabbath was on the left. Zeppelin were the good guys with blonde hair singing about The Lord of the Rings and lemons and Sabbath talked about war and the devil. Once I heard Black Sabbath I was never the same. – Forrest


Cy Curnin (The Fixx)

The Fixx lead singer Cy Curnin on the band’s new album, “Every Five Seconds”, where that title comes from, why they finally recorded “Lonely As A Lighthouse”, the passing of Andy Fletcher from Depeche Mode and how long can you wear of pair of socks when hiking. – Forrest


Grohl covers The Clash

The thing about Grohl, he’s a fan just like us. Just 2 guys and this cover is just on so many levels. There might be some added later as I can hear a bass but still, it’s pretty good – Forrest


Eric Boom – Blue Öyster Cult

Eric Bloom is the co-lead vocalist, guitarist,keyboard & synthesizer player for Blue Öyster Cult. He tells stories about knowing Ronnie James Dio in college, the “More Cowbell” skit on SNL, Sting admitting to borrowing a riff, being covered by Metallica and Axl Rose coming backstage to see them at The Wiltern in LA. – Forrest


Former Capitol Records A&R Exec.

Bruce Ravid is a former Capitol Records A&R professional. He hosts “Rave’s Indie Radar” podcast & a weekly new music show on radio, “Go Deep With Bruce Rave”. He also does band management & consulting. We talk about his experiences with The Knack, Iron Maiden, Huey Lewis & seeing artists like Paul McCartney and Bob Seger live + his expertise in the indie music scene. – Forrest


Bret Michaels – Poison

Bret Michaels from Poison on the true story behind “Every Rose Has It’s Thorn”, his health scares the last few years, how Poison is still close, growing up in Pennsylvania and even ashtrays in cars. – Forrest

Dee Pod

Dee Snider interview

Dee Snider (Twisted Sister) on the influence of Lesley West from Mountain, cars he owns, seeing Queen in the beginning, if he’s still a pastor and how he dealt with losing fame and getting it back. “Legacy: A Tribute to Leslie West” is out now featuring Dee Snider, Slash, Robbie Krieger, Marty Friedman, George Lynch, Mike Portnoy, Yngwie Malmsteen and more. – Forrest


“Love Me Two Times” with Taylor Hawkins

I think he wanted to be a frontman. He did have his own bands Chevy Metal and Taylor Hawkins and the Coattail Riders (who had 3 albums). Grohl was able to stop being the Nirvana drummer and become a frontman & Taylor wanted to make that transition too. – Forrest


Nice Beaver!

We do this to animals, wouldn’t aliens do this to us? Imagine this technology but 5k years in the future. – Forrest


Primus fishing in Idhao

This is cool! Taking a rock star fishing in Idaho would be the best meet & greet. I had no idea he had fished in Idaho. – Forrest


Monster Jam Interview

Tristan England is the driver of the EarthShaker monster truck for Monster Jam. Tristan talks about life in Paris, Texas, building and maintaining a monster truck, winning the 2017 World Finals and the worst poopy diaper, ever. His father is the driver of the Big Kahuna monster truck. Monster Jam live this weekend at Expo Idaho. monsterjam.comForrest

Santana Pod

Carlos Santana Interview

Phone interview with Carlos Santana promoting his “Blessings and Miracles” album and tour. Carlos talks about who he asked to be on the album plus stories about Kirk Hammett, Bob Dylan, Peter Green, touring with family and more. santana.comForrest