3/15: BOB EZRIN AND 41 YEARS OF KISS DESTROYER, MORE

Fun radio show today celebrating the 41st anniversary of Kiss Destroyer, my first true hard rock album and the album that set me on my path of music. Had many great calls and I was truly honored when Bob Ezrin called in to give his thoughts. My first time speaking with Bob (who was sitting at the piano he co-wrote and played “Beth” on while talking to me!). Bob was in studio with Alice Cooper so we didn’t have a ton of time, but we have a plan to do a career spanning interview at some point soon. Thanks for all the calls and thanks Bob Ezrin! Like all of my daily shows you can hear it replay tonight 9-11P ET on SiriusXM channel 106. Then starting tomorrow On Demand on the SiriusXM app. Tomorrow Nancy Wilson of Heart is my guest. Live 2-4P ET.

Love that Priest is working with Andy Sneap and Tom Allom. Allom actually did some recent live stuff with Priest also. I liked the last Priest album, but didn’t love the production. So this should be great!

Watched Aerosmith live at Donnington last night on Blu Ray. Amazing how great this band still is, and still all original. Savor the last years we still have these guys. A true rarity and they don’t make them like this anymore.. can’t wait for US shows!

Great reviews from UFO/Saxon tour. I’ll see it in NYC and maybe PA. Can’t wait.

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  • James Storz on

    Eddie, next time you talk to Bob Ezrin, I’d suggest asking him about a song that’s been on bootleg for years, “Ain’t None of Your Business”. It sure sounds like a Destroyer outtake. I think the album would’ve been better balanced with the inclusion of this track; a bit funky, showing of Peter’s rock voice. I’d love to know the story behind the recording of this song and why it was left off both the original Destroyer and that worthless Destroyer Resurrected.


  • craig on

    Very interesting James! I have never heard of this song and surprised that king Eddie does does comment on this! He does not comment very often on his own site. I would like to hear more from him to fans like us! He has a very interesting point of view on things. Also why is Tupac in the rock and roll hall of fame?


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