Dr Burnbaum and Nurse Filomena visit with the band Jackyl while they were in Arlington Heights, Illinois at H.O.M.E. Bar for a show this November while they are touring for their twenty-fifth year. The band talks about what’s going on with them since they met up with Psycho Babble TV last. Jeff and Roman had been working on a new book called Dawg Eat Dawg The Rockstar’s Guide to a Healthy Life While Being the Life of the Party and it is now finished and available to purchase. Jesse James Dupree mentions his Jesse James American Outlaw Bourbon that is available in stores also. Dr Burnbaum asks a little bit about their new 2th anniversary album and the song Just Like a Negro and Jeff Worley gets to assist with a breast exam.
Mike meets up with the band Svetlanas from Italy and asks about how the band got started and how they developed their sound. The talk about political influence in their music and how important freedom of speech is. They are on tour now and mention a couple of their favorite places to play shows when they travel.
The Sick Puppi3s mention their album Fury. Justine asks about improving their sound writing new songs. The band is on tour and trying to fit in writing during their busy schedule. Watch this clip to see what else they chat about during this interview!
Mike introduces the newly married Justine to the show and they talk about the wedding and Mike Preston’s one minute wedding videos. Mike shares a clip of his visit with the Head Ned of the Neddle band Okilly Dokilly and they talk about some of their songs on the album Howdilly Doodilly. Pet psychic Dante Inverness comes on the show to talk with some more animals including Justine’s parakeet Tippy and Doodle the dog. There is a call on the celebrity hotline from Alf who appears to be afraid of the pet psychic.
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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.
Mike and Justine are in the studio and start off the show talking about The March For Science in Milwaukee and what the event was like. DJ Mann went to Krautfest to interview some of the people Racine, Wisconsin. The band Titty Citty does a live musical performance in the studio during the show and then they get a chance to talk about the band and how they all met. Dobie Maxwell calls in on the celebrity hotline and tells a couple of jokes. Titty Citty plays another song for the audience before the end of the show.
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July, 2017 Head Ned visits with Mike from PSYCHO BABBLE TV – Mike Preston talks with the band Okilly Dokilly in Chicago for Psycho Babble TV about their new album Howdilly Doodilly. Check out the interview with Head Ned http://www.okillydokilly.com/
June 16, 2017. KRAUT FEST in Racine, Wisconsin. Mike Preston from PSYCHO BABBLE TV visits with Sebastian Bach, Neal Middleton of Royal Bliss, Andy Sanesi of Missing Persons, and Brent Woods. Sebastian Bach talks about his Krautfest experience while eating a brat and kraut and watching the other bands. They all discuss Kiss and how Gene Simmons wants to trademark the devil horns and what that would actually mean. Mike also brings up Sebastian Bach’s book 18 and Life on Skid Row and asks about the band Madam X.
Elize Ryd from AMARANTHE takes a few minutes to chat with Justine Hartel from PSYCHO BABBLE TV at HOME Bar in Arlington Heights, IL Sweedish vocalist, singer and songwriter Elize talks about what it’s like singing in a melodic metalcore band after the death of her brother and also reveals her deep love of musicals.
Dr. Burnbaum catches up with VEILSIDE at the Rock N’Revolt Festival in January, 2017 at H.O.M.E bar in Arlington Heights, Illinois. Dr. Burnbaum is joined by Nurse Filomena and Stash for an interview of the band. This clip also includes rock music from the band’s live stage performance.