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Episode 363: Joe Satriani and Phil Collen

In Episode 363 of the Iron City Rocks Podcast we are joined by Joe Satriani and Phil Collen.  Phil and Joe are currently touring with John Petrucci on current G3 tour.  Joe talks to use about his new album...

Episode 362: John Oates

In the 362nd Episode of the Iron City Rocks Podcast we talk to Rock and Roll Hall of Famer John Oates.  John will be release a new album in tribute to Mississippi John Hurt entitled Arkansas in February. John...

2017 PMA – Final Voting

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Episode 361: Rock Candy Funk Party’s Tal Bergman

Coming to you from the Iron City of Pittsburgh, in the 361st episode of the Iron City Rocks Podcast we talk to Tal Bergman of Rock Candy Funk Party, Miss Freddye and Shane Speal of Shane Speal and the...

Episode 360: Trans-Siberian Orchestra and Whitesnake’s Joel Hoekstra

In the 360th Episode of the Iron City Rocks Podcast we welcome Trans-Siberian Orchestra and Whitesnake’s guitarist Joel Hoekstra.  Joel took some time while on the road on the 2017 TSO tour to talk with us about what life...

2017 Iron City Rocks Pittsburgh Music Awards (PMA’s) & Hall of Fame Nominations

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Episode 359: Kristy Majors of Pretty Boy Floyd

In Episode 359 of the Iron City Rocks Podcast we talk with Kristy Majors of Pretty Boy Floyd.  Pretty Boy Floyd have just release their new album Public Enemies on Frontiers Records. Kristy talks with us about working with...

Episode 358: Tarja

In Episode 358 of the Iron City Rocks Podcast we talk to Tarja Turunen about her new holiday album, from Spirits and Ghosts (Score for a dark Christmas).  Tarja talks with us about how the album came about, recording...

DVD Review: Black Sabbath – The End

“I’m not so much a singer as a front-man” Ozzy said at one point in the film.  When you think of Black Sabbath no one thinks in terms of virtuosity.  Regardless the band collectively the band became one of,...

Interview: Scale the Summitt’s Chris Letchford

Prog-Rock and Instrumental Guitar are not for everyone.  The music isn’t the type you hum in the shower typically.  But those that love it, LOVE it.  Scale the Summit start in 2004 in Houston and have produced six top-notice...