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Alex Cooper (Devilfire) - Memphis Metal Mondays - RMOD

August 15th, 2017

Dirty D caught up with front man Alex Cooper from metal/rock band Devilfire out of the U.K. on Monday August 14th for a live phone interview to talk about their brand new album Dark Manoeuvres and what the band has going on. Did you miss it? Catch the conversation right here. 

Kevin Walsh - Road Crew Radio Tip - Memphis Metal Mondays

August 15th, 2017

Every Monday night during Memphis Metal Mondays at 9:30 PM CT, we're bringing you a weekly Road Crew Tip. Whether you are in the studio, on the stage or out on the road as part of the Radio Memphis- Road Crew Radio series.

For Monday (Aug 14th), we got a call all the way from the U.K. Did you miss it?

Tip #3: Communication.  When you get the opportunity to tour the world... Try to learn a few words in that country's native language. It will get you a lot farther in this business.
Catch the tip right hear and listen to what Kevin (Batty) Walsh says about "communication".
*Brought to you by Ken Barr Films and RADIO MEMPHIS.



Robert Scovill - Road Crew Radio - Around The World - RMOD

August 13th, 2017

A six-time TEC Award winner and two time Parnelli Award winner with more than 3,000 live event mixing credits, Robert Scovill has been responsible for FRONT OF THE HOUSE (FOH) for Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers​…. RUSH​… Prince​... Matchbox Twenty​ and Alice Cooper​ among many others. When he is not behind the mixing desk…. he serves as Senior Market Specialist for live sound for Avid​ Technologies … focusing on and developing their live console and recording efforts….

Don’t miss this candid conversation… D and Robert are going to discuss his career… his influences… his funny stories and the impact that he continues to make on the industry…. and what advice he would like to pass on to the next in line…..


The Existence of Strange Things - S1E6 - Ronald Murphy

August 13th, 2017

Ronald Murphy is known as the "Cryptid Guru" and for good reason. He hails from from Pennsylvania and there is a very special area there known as the "Twilight Zone of Pennsylvania". In this episode, you'll learn why. Join Joel Martin and Stephen Guenther as they have a very spirited conversation about everything from Bigfoot to goblins to fairies to gnomes and strange things throwing rocks in this episode of The Existence of Strange Things.


Rob Dukes - Road Crew Radio - Memphis Metal Mondays

August 11th, 2017

We got a phone call from Phoenix, Arizona on July 31st during Memphis Metal Mondays from Rob Dukes​.

As the current frontman for Thrash/Crossover band Generation Kill, sharing the lead with Hip Hop legend Darryl DMC McDaniels in Fragile Mortals​ and being well known as the former vocalist of metal legends Exodus during a very integral part of that band's career, Rob Dukes has shared the world's stages with some of the greatest bands and artists of all time.

What you may not know about Rob, before all of that came along, he left a band that he was part of in New York and rode his motorcycle on a 5-month, 11,000 mile trip to California having absolutely no idea of what he was going to do and though he was considering working as a scuba diving instructor, Dukes ended up working as a guitar tech after getting to Hollywood. You really won't believe what venues he has jumped into and whose buses he showed up on and who he has worked for as part of their road crew.

Catch the conversation with Dirty D and Rob Dukes right here.

NOTE: There is adult language in this feature. Listener discretion is advised.


Ken Barr - Road Crew Radio Tip - Memphis Metal Mondays

August 8th, 2017

Tune in every Monday night at 9:30PM CT to Radio Memphis Memphis Metal Mondays for your weekly “Road Crew Tip” as part of the Radio Memphis Road Crew series.

Brought to you by the pros from behind the scenes where you are going to hear some great advice for whether you are in the studio, on the stage or out on the road. 

Tip #2:  No matter how big or how small the gig it, treat it like Madison Square Garden.

Hear what Ken Barr says.

Road Crew Radio Series presented by Ken Barr Films and Radio Memphis.



Darryl (RunDMC) McDaniels - Radio Memphis Around the World - RMOD

August 7th, 2017

Darryl McDaniels or “DMC” as most of the world knows him, first made his start in the music business as one third of the groundbreaking rap group Run-DMC and quickly became the most popular in terms of fans and influence. He has been in the public eye for the past 20 years, since forming the now legendary, defunct group, RUN-D.M.C with Joseph (Rev. Run) Simmons and the late, great Jason (Jam Master Jay) Mizell. Also one of the founding members of this multi-platinum music group, selling over 30 million singles and albums worldwide, it would be hard to overstate his influence on popular culture. He helped transform Rap and Hip Hop into the most popular music in the world, while building a fan base that rivals the biggest acts in Rock ‘n’ Roll. As the first and greatest of Hip Hop’s superstars, Run-DMC succeeded beyond anyone’s wildest dreams – their own included – by embodying for the world endlessly creative subculture of young black New York. They were the first rappers to earn a gold album, the first to earn a platinum album, the first to go multi-platinum, the first to have their videos played on MTV, the first to appear on American Bandstand and Saturday Night Live, and the first rap band to grace the cover of Rolling Stone and Spin.  www.rundmc.com

D sits down with DMC, who talks about his legendary career. The good and the bad during Radio Memphis Around the World Aug 5th .

Catch the conversation right here.


Kazha - Radio Memphis in The Morning - RMOD

August 7th, 2017

From Japan to Memphis. Kazha stepped into Studio B at Radio Memphis and told the story of how a rock band, formed in California, debuted in Japan, toured the world and settled in Memphis because, "... Memphis is the birthplace of Rock & Roll..." Here's the conversation and an acoustic performance.


TEST S1E5 Christopher Garetano, Emily Guenther & Denver Michaels

August 5th, 2017

Ever heard of the Montauk Project? This is a fantastic tale of government conspiracy, aliens and missing people. Plus Denver Michaels tells us about his recent trip to Roswell, New Mexico. Emily Guenther talks ghosts and other paranormal activities.


Tom Hanlon - Road Crew Radio - Memphis Metal Mondays

August 4th, 2017

We got a phone call from Baltimore, Maryland on July 10th from Tom “Putter” Hanlon. 

Tom Hanlon has literally toured the planet as a Production Manager and whatever else it took to put on shows by, as he says, “pulling it all together” for artists and bands such as:

Ozzy Osbourne, Alice Cooper, Motörhead, Stone Temple Pilots, Dion, Tommy James, Luther Vandross, Teddy Pendergrass, Blondie, UB40, Britney Spears, Paul Simon, Neil Diamond, Yanni, Julio Iglesias, Blue Oyster Cult and many more.

Catch the conversation with Dirty D and Tom Hanlon right here.


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