Great week of radio from the Hard Rock in Tulsa wraps up tomorrow before heading back home to NJ. Thanks to my guest today Myles Kennedy. Hear this interview again tonight 9-11P ET on SiriusXM Volume 106 or On Demand on the SiriusXM app. Seeing Alter Bridge tonight here in Tulsa, can’t wait! Also thanks to Curt Gooch who joined me Monday and all who joined in on the Aerosmith conversation Tuesday; Slash, Tom Morello and Mike McCready! My week wraps up tomorrow with Gary Spivack of Danny Wimmer Presents. They produce all the major rock festivals so we will get into that. Live 2-4P ET.

Great time hosting Lita Ford & Jack Russell here in Tulsa on Friday, and the Frontiers party in S CA on Saturday. A few remaining appearances for the year. 12/14 at Proof Rooftop in Houston with LA Guns & Enuff Z Nuff, 12/15 at Bombshells 290 in Houston for a live Free For All Friday 1-3P (14191 NW Freeway location), and 12/16 Bomb Factory in Dallas. Hope to see you guys if in these areas. And come down to the live TrunkNation broadcast if in Houston! Maybe come on the air and ask a question. No charge to come in and watch the show.

New podcast tomorrow, guest is Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top.

Huge thanks to Tulsa Hard Rock for hosting me, great place! Hope to be back soon..

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  • Doug R. on

    20) The Other Side
    19) Chiquita banana
    18) Nobody’s Fault
    17) Kings And Queens
    16) Adam’s Apple
    15) Lord Of The Thighs
    14) Same Old Song And Dance
    13) Seasons Of Wither
    12) Rats In The Cellar
    11) Toys In The Attic
    10) Train Kept A Rollin’
    9) No Surprize
    8) Draw The Line
    7) Back In The Saddle
    6) No More No More
    5) Walk This Way
    4) Dream On
    3) Movin’ Out
    2) Last Child
    1) Sweet Emotion

    Well, at least Eddie & I agree on the #1 Aerosmith song!

  • Rattlehead on

    Eddie, your Top 20 Aerosmith Song list is yours, so only your opinion matters most about what songs made your List. But i think you should have made your Top 20 List based on the entire Aerosmith catalog, and not consciously include post 70’s era songs to include on the List. I don’t think the different eras of the band should have influenced what songs made your List. I would love to know what your List would look like if you weighed the entire Aerosmith catalog equally.

    I would have dropped all the post 70’s songs and added Sight For Sore Eyes, Get It Up, Rats in the Cellar, No More No More, Chiquita, Seasons of Wither, Mama Kin, Same Ol Song and Dance. Gosh, so many great songs…so hard to choose. IMO, the post 70’s era of Aerosmith doesn’t have that “edge” of the 70’s era. Great songs, just not as great……

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