Play That Rock‘n‘Roll
Ep 11: Interview w/ KRISTIN CASEY (Author of “Rock Monster: My Life with Joe Walsh”) - PART TWO

Ep 11: Interview w/ KRISTIN CASEY (Author of “Rock Monster: My Life with Joe Walsh”) - PART TWO

September 28, 2020

This is the second part of the debut interview for Play That Rock'n'Roll, which is a discussion with author Kristin Casey about her book, "Rock Monster: My Life with Joe Walsh". In this part of the interview, we discuss some of the big name rockstars and celebrities that Kristin crossed paths with during her time with Joe.

We talk about Ringo Starr, Stevie Nicks, Bob Dylan, Clarence Clemons, Levon Helm, Dave Edmunds, Wolfman Jack, Bonnie Raitt, Lita Ford, Gene Simmons, and even Katey Sagal. After that, we discuss the issue of drug addiction and what lessons addicts (and people close to addicts) can draw from Kristin's experience.

For more info about Kristin Casey and her book: https://KristinCasey.com 

Ep 10: Interview w/ KRISTIN CASEY (Author of “Rock Monster: My Life with Joe Walsh”) - PART ONE

Ep 10: Interview w/ KRISTIN CASEY (Author of “Rock Monster: My Life with Joe Walsh”) - PART ONE

September 24, 2020

This is the first part of the debut interview for Play That Rock'n'Roll, which is a discussion with author Kristin Casey about her book, "Rock Monster: My Life with Joe Walsh". In this first part of the interview, we discuss some of the people and events Kristin experienced during her time with Joe Walsh in the late '80s & early '90s. We talk about Rick Rosas, the "Got Any Gum" album, an attempted supergroup called THE BEST, and of course, Joe's band -- the EAGLES. That part of the conversation is particularly revealing.

For more info about Kristin Casey and her book: https://KristinCasey.com

Episode 9: Boston (Retrospective)

Episode 9: Boston (Retrospective)

September 7, 2020

Episode 9 takes a look back at the career and music of Tom Scholz, Brad Delp, and their band: Boston. We discuss how Tom Scholz built Boston's first album in his homemade studio, the monster success of their first three albums, and how the band carried on after losing one of it's most important members. The discussion around Brad Delp's tragic death is pretty heavy, so just be warned about that. Otherwise, this is a celebration of a phenomenal band led by a truly innovative guitarist: Tom Scholz.

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