All of our great music interviews from 2010. You can find our entire collection of shows here.
Drummer Ray Luzier joined Korn in 2008 and did two massive worldwide tours with the band. Now, Korn has released their ninth album, Korn III: Remember Who You Are, and Luzier's monster drumming is all over it. The band is currently out on the road with Rob Zombie in the Mayhem Festival. Icon Fetch talks with Korn's newest member. As an added bonus, we also talk with Rob Zombie's bassist Piggy D. Click below for the Ray Luzier of Korn and the Piggy D of Rob Zombie interview.Listen Now!
Delbert McClinton has been playing his own mix of blues, country and rock n' roll for almost 50 years with no sign of slowing down. His latest release, Acquired Taste, was a gritty collection of songs and another triumph. He talks with Icon Fetch about where he still gets inspiration for his songs (he co-wrote almost every song on the album), plus his upcoming Sandy Beaches 17, a cruise vacation that he started that's in it's, that's right, seventeenth year. In addition, he sets to rest the rumor that he taught a young John Lennon how to play harmonica. Click below for the Delbert McClinton interview.Listen Now!
Swiss hard rockers Krokus have returned with their original lineup for the first time in 25 years. The band is best known in the US for hits like "Screaming in the Night" and "Stayed Awake All Night." They've just released their new disc Hoodoo, that harkens back to their early 80's heyday. Icon Fetch talks with lead singer Marc Storace about what led to the reunion, how they approached recording the new CD, and how they still love filming videos with hot chicks in them. Click below for the Marc Storace Krokus interview.Listen Now!
Guy Sebastian won the inaugural season of Australian Idol and parlayed that into five top ten albums in his native country, including "The Memphis Album" that featured legendary guitarist Steve Cropper. Now Guy has his sights set on the US, with his first domestic release "Like It Like That." He gets help on the new disc from John Mayer, who plays guitar on three tracks and former American Idol winner Jordin Sparks, who duets with him on "Art of Love." Icon Fetch talks with the soul singer from "down under." Click below for the Guy Sebastian interview.Listen Now!
Sam Cutler was the tour manager for the Rolling Stones during their 1969 tour that ended in the Altamont concert tragedy. He later became the road manager for the Grateful Dead, helping them get out of debt and on their way to being one of the top-grossing bands in the world. Sam is the author of a new book called "You Can't Always Get What You Want: My Life With the Rolling Stones, Grateful Dead and Other Wonderful Reprobates." Icon Fetch talks with Cutler from his home in Australia, where he gives some of his thoughts on what went wrong during the Altamont free concert, and shares memories of the Dead and Janis Joplin. You can download an App for your I-phone and hear Sam read the book by clicking here. Click below for the Sam Cutler interview.Listen Now!
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