Matthew Sweet stops by Popdose for yet another interview! This time, he’s talking tour dates, new music + J.J. Abrams!
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Guitarist Marty Friedman: “I Knew If I Went To The Verge Of Killing Myself On This Record, That It Would Be Fantastic”
Former Megadeth guitarist Marty Friedman joins us to talk about his new solo album Inferno.
Eric Martin stops by the Popdose Lounge to talk about his acoustic tour, possible new music from Mr. Big & his memories of working with Toto.
Kelly Keagy of Night Ranger joins us for an exclusive interview to talk about the band’s forthcoming new album and the 30th anniversary of their classic Midnight Madness release.
Extreme bassist Pat Badger joins us to discuss his current PledgeMusic campaign, Van Halen and jamming with Roger Daltrey.
Susanna Hoffs drops by the Popdose lounge to talk about the latest Under The Covers album, her ongoing collaboration with Matthew Sweet.
Jim Cuddy joins us to talk about the new Blue Rodeo album, In Our Nature.
Michael Sweet of Stryper talks about the band’s new album, No More Hell Left To Pay in our exclusive interview.
Kenny Rogers talks to Popdose about his reunion with Dolly and a planned duet with George Jones that unfortunately didn’t happen.
After a long drought, Soul Asylum can’t stop making new music and that’s a really good thing. We spoke with Dave Pirner recently about the band’s new EP.
The debut album from The Rides is in stores this week. Kenny Wayne Shepherd tells us about his new band with Stephen Stills.
Kenny Loggins and the Blue Sky Riders returned to Cleveland. We were there.
Caitlin Crosby talks to Popdose about her new EP, Save That Pillow.
Legendary Session Man Jim Horn On Working With John Denver And Getting Inside The “Genius” Of Brian Wilson
The Blue Sky Riders might be the best band you’ve never heard of (featuring a few people you might be familiar with).
You know that one song, but there’s a lot more that you should also know about Dada.
We’re jumping into the world of webcomics with Suburban Metal Dad. Meet D.X. Ferris, the man behind SMD and find out what makes Dad tick.