Mike sits down to talk with Jack Russell who discusses plans about acoustic versions of old Great White songs for the 30 year anniversary. Jack mentions a book that he is working on coming out with about what his life used to be like. Jack Russell’s Great White’s new album He Saw it Coming recently came out and Mike asks him to tell us some more about it as well as the upcoming album. Jack also speaks about an emotional event that he is still trying to deal with today.. a fire that lead to the death of 100 people including friends at the Great White show in 2003.
On a recent stop in St. Charles, Illinois Stephen Pearcy talks about his new album SMASH with Mike Preston from PSYCHO BABBLE TV.
Mike Preston talks with rock drummer Carmine Appice (Vanilla Fudge, Beck, Bogert & Appice and Rod Stewart) which you can read all about in Carmine’s book Stick it My Life of Sex, Drums and Rock N Roll. Carmine Appice talks about being influence and inspired by Gene Krupa and drumming with Vanilla Fudge. Carmine’s advice to a new drummer is to start a wedding band because of the difficulty level of starting a new band and the struggle of getting paid in the music industry these days.