Listen to Richie Sambora & Orianthi, Bad Wolves & the great George Thorogood on this episode of Westwood’s One’s Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon. Firehouse’s Bill Leverty co-hosts.

In our first interview, former Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora along with Orianthi discuss their new album Radio Free America, the Hall Of Fame induction (approx 17 minute mark), working with Alice Cooper & Michael Jackson, who actually played bass on the classic Bon Jovi albums (approx. time: 21.30), Richie’s approach to songwriting, his first solo album, producer Bob Rock, the 7800º Fahrenheit album, Halo Of Flies and much more.

In our second interview, John Boecklin of the Bad Wolves discusses the band’s debut album Disobey, starting over, the importance of Metallica’s And Justice For All… album to him, covering The Cranberries, moving on from DevilDriver, the tour with Five Finger Death Punch, his gear endorsements and more.

In our final interview, iconic guitarist George Thorogood talks about his love for Canada, his 50 States in 50 Days Tour back in 1981, the effect of classic rock radio, Party Of One (his latest album), what makes a great song, how he writes songs, Record Store Day, the NY Mets and more.

Richie Sambora

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