This week on Westwood One’s Rock Talk with Mitch Lafon new interviews with Jeff Pilson, Marty Friedman and Nazareth’s Pete Agnew. Plus, we catch up with Alice Cooper. Alan Niven co-hosts

First up, we get a quick update before soundcheck with the legendary Alice Cooper. He discusses his new live album A Paranormal Evening At The Olympia Paris, Dick Wagner, Welcome To My Nightmare, Trash, and more.

Our second discussion is with Jeff Pilson who reveals the actual name of his new band (with George Lynch, Mick Brown and Robert Mason) and it’s not The End. Is the new band simply Dokken without Don, writing with George Lynch, new Dokken album, developing a new brand, Foreigner and upcoming plans including more reunion shows. Plus, a whole lot more.

We follow with Marty Friedman formerly of some band that fans really liked in the ’80s. We talk about his new album One Bad M.F. Live!, live albums that ‘blew his mind’ growing up, Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, J-Pop, KISS’ The End Of The Road Tour and much more.

We close out the episode with the great Pete Agnew from Nazareth. We discuss their new album Tattooed On My Brain, former singer Dan McCafferty’s new solo album (that Pete plays on), Nazareth’s new 39 disc super deluxe box set Loud & Proud!, new singer Carl Sentance, the end of the road for Nazareth, the band going on without him, and much more.

Tattooed on my Brain by Nazareth
Pete Agnew of Nazareth

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