My podcast this week is all new and features an interview with co-founding member of Skid Row Snake Sabo. I go way back with Snake and the Skids since their days as a band on the Jersey club circuit. Good friends for many many years. These days in addition to playing with the band Snake also is an artists manager handling Down, Vintage Trouble and more. Hope you enjoy the conversation about the early days of the Skids and more. As always my podcasts are 100% free and available worldwide. Just search The Eddie Trunk Podcast on Itunes or at www.podcastone.com You can now also stream the latest podcasts by hitting the podcast banner on this sites home page.

Great to have Goody’s Headache Relief shot back as a sponsor. They have made more Eddie Trunk Rocks bumper stickers. I’ll have them at all my appearances as well as samples of their product going forward. I’ll also send them to any US address. Just send me a self addressed stamped envelope and I’ll drop a couple in the mail:

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Ace Frehley kicks off his tour tonight in NJ at the State Theater in New Brunswick. Looking forward to seeing Ace and his new band which features the return of Richie Scarlett, Scot Coogan and new member Chris Wise. All four guys sing lead so it should open up some great song possibilities. Also look forward to hearing some stuff from the new album. I’ll also see Ace again locally at BB Kings in NYC Thanksgiving week. Gave away a ton of tickets for tonight and you can still win for the NYC dates. Just visit “ET’s Box Office” on this site to enter.

Rob Halford checks in from the road on my FM radio show this weekend debuting tomorrow night at 11P on Q104.3 NYC and WAAF Boston.

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TMS returns 2/21/15

28 Responses

  1. There’s a goofy scene in the Down home video “Diary Of A Mad Band” where Kirk Windstein is trying to style Snake’s hair.

    Eddie, are there any recordings, live or otherwise, of Snake playing with Anthrax? I’d be cool to hear how they sounded when he played with the band.

  2. i was at the show as well,i did not think ace was as prepared as he should have been,they just were not tight,mabye it was 1st night jitters,but i agree the sound was off,and i think he made a mistake playing so many new songs from a record that in my opinion was not that good,i feel that the last one was way better,and he only played 2 from that one last time out.also he got there late ,and because of curfew,we lost 3 songs,over all ace looked good and looked to be having fu,and ritchie its great to see you back in the band,he was as rock and roll as you caan get.over all it was a good show,just was not to happy with the song selcetion,and the short show.

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