Greetings from Las Vegas, where I have spent the last few days here participating with fellow radio programmers and broadcasters in a seminar called Radio Contraband. Saw so many old friends and met a bunch of new ones, and hopefully a few new stations that will be adding my FM syndicated show. Many bands played as well. Saw DJ Ashba, Andrew Stockdale from Wolfmother (a major metal fan!), the guys in Killswitch Engage, 3 Doors Down, Pop Evil, Jesse James Dupree and a ton I’m probably forgetting. A bunch of new bands as well performed. While here I also caught Michael Monroe Wednesday and Anthrax/LOG on Thursday. Tonight Black Sabbath and for the first time I’m seeing Rival Sons live. Home to freezing NJ tomorrow.

Just heard from Mick Mars. He’s releasing some new solo music teasers today 7P ET on his social media and Youtube. Mick said he’s still working on the full album but I have the world premiere when ready! Thanks Mick!

I will be live on SiriusXM 39 this Monday 6-10P ET channel 39 for TRUNKNation. Joe Lynn Turner & Steve Brown in studio as well as Monster Truck. Final live show for a few weeks as I’m headed out on Monsters Cruise and also now hosting the Lebrewski cruise!

Glenn Hughes dates have been rescheduled. Check your local listings. NYC now 8/10.

No news yet on TMS or a new home. When I know what’s up I’ll post. We are exploring all options and it takes time. Thanks

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  1. I love when Mick said that when everyone else was working on their playing speed, he was working on his tone, and he does have a monstrous guitar sound. He’s responsible for many of the killer riffs that helped make Motley Crue.

  2. Hi, Eddie

    This is Lita D. I hope you come out to the Midwest to Minneapolis soon. I’m a huge KISS fan I like yourself and I agree I don’t like Tommy and Eric dressing like Ace and Peter! One more thing I hope that TMS finds a new home soon. I’ve been watching since the pilot episode with Lita Ford!

    I’ll hear from you soon!

  3. I think the Crue really had something with Corabi there, and it was a shame they didn’t stick with it. I understand the album didn’t sell great, but then it was the end of 80’s music at the time, and no bands from that era were selling after grunge came through. Btw, I don’t know why people describe the Corabi Crue album as “grunge” related, I never heard that. They released a few mediocre Motley releases with Vince. Generation Swine was a big mess (now it reminds me of Sixx a.m.) New Tattoo was weak (no Tommy Lee), Saints of LA was ok, but had a bunch of filler songs. It seems Mick knew where the better material was all along.

    I’m looking forward to hearing what Mick has in store.

  4. hey ed,i heard your interview with 3 sides great and informative as always,i have one question that has bugged me for years,how come there was no push behind the song words are not enough???i think that was both radio friendly and a killer tune???????(ace frehley)

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