10/2: STEVE MORSE NEW PODCAST UP NOW!
This weeks all new Eddie Trunk Podcast is now up with an hour interview with Steve Morse of Deep Purple, Dixie Dregs, Kansas and more. Steve talks about all of his bands, his love of aviation and much more. I recorded this one a few weeks ago when I hosted Deep Purple in S Florida in Steve’s hotel room. Really appreciate him taking the time to sit and talk. One of the coolest things about the podcast so far is how many I hear from that listen to some of these artists and never heard much of their music but are inspired to check some out after hearing them. So if you are a Morse fan, or not, I think you will really enjoy the conversation. By the way, also cool that some of the older podcasts are really spiking. The Michael Anthony episode has taken off and is now the most listened to of the dozen or so available so far, followed by Brian May. Cool to see what people respond to and how word of mouth impacts the growth of the various episodes. Remember if you subscribe via Itunes you get the new ones sent to your Itunes every Thursday when posted. They are always free worldwide and on Itunes or via www.podcastone.com So far almost every week it has been top 10 on the music charts on Itunes. The only thing that high rock/metal in a sea of EDM podcasts, so thank YOU for the support and helping represent rock with my podcast on the Itunes charts!
Steve’s an amazing guitarist and a great guy. As iconic as Blackmore is, as far as I’m concerned Steve deserves to be the guitarist for Deep Purple all the way until they decide to call it quits and retire. I worked two back to back a 15+ hour shifts the last two days so I was too zonked out tired to listen to this week’s podcast when I got off work, but when I get off work at 9am tomorrow morning I’m going straight home, kick off my shoes, sit back in my recliner and listen to the latest podcast. I’ve already listened to the Michael Anthony podcast twice since it first posted and last week I went back and listened to the King Diamond podcast again, which was great. I really recommend that one for people who are not really big King Diamond fans because I think those people especially will be shocked at how friendly and talkative he is.
Supported the sponsors. Looking forward to this and the MA as time allows – Dregs get overlooked as one of the prog-rock greats. Great thing about the casts is you can save and listen at your leisure. +1 to James about King Diamond, and I would add intelligent to the last sentence. Maybe a Mustaine podcast for some time in the future if schedules allow?
I have been really looking forward to this episode since you announced you taped it!
Steve received a standing ovation at the Orlando show, and well deserved! He is an amazing player!