Alice and Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee both joined Chuck Nowlin on the phone Friday afternoon to talk about the tour and the interesting places they’ve played. They offered some unique insight into Tokyo’s iconic Nippon Budokan, commonly known as just “Budokan.”
Marky Ramone is promoting his new book “Punk Rock Blitzkrieg: My Life as a Ramone” and decided to chat with two fat guys.
Listen again to the best interviews that aired on WZLX this year.
The legendary Bob Seger talked with Carter Alan on his new album “Ride Out” and its wide range of influences, as well as the wealth of unreleased material Seger has in the vault. Click through to listen.
Heather had her celebrity, Andrew Dice Clay, to close out our Celebrity Interview Week. Did Kevin sabotage it? Who won the week?
Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason joined Karlson & McKenzie to talk more about “The Endless River” and clarify his recent comments on U2.
K&M had a very special guest on Tuesday, as the legendary Jimmy Page joined the show. He talked about the past, present and future of Led Zeppelin, and revealed how much new material he has on the way.
Carter Alan spoke with the one and only Joe Perry of Aerosmith about his new autobiography “Rocks”. Joe subtly hinted that he doesn’t plan on retiring any time soon.
Judas Priest is back and coming to the Bay State in October. Our own Shawn SixX spoke with bassist and founding member Ian Hill about the band’s remarkable longevity.
Frank Caliendo calls in, talks about how he was in Chicago, he sees all the Saints stuff around and wonders if Drew Brees is around then he hears Drew Brees yell over to him and how they are “buddies”.