Skid Row drummer during the Sebastian years, Rob Affuso joins us to catch up with Mark and tries to remember details about a bar fight that involved Sebastian the first night they all met.   Rob fills us in on what he is up to now with his band Soul System Orchestra, and gets into the wild ride that then consumed almost a decade and highs and lows of being in Skid Row.  Lots of memories of photoshoots and tours during the decade that rocked.   Hop On!  

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We caught up with Zakk to reminisce about the epic jam session at Mark’s 1987 wedding.   Pre Skid Row Sebastian Bach,  Pre Ozzy Zakk Wyle, Dave Feld, and Kevin DeBrow jamming classic Quiet Riot and Led Zep tunes (video exclusively on Rolling Stone, link below) Mark explains how he met Zakk and how that meeting turned into an introduction to Mrs. O (Sharon Osbourne) that lead to Zakk joining the band.    Now that’s a wedding! 

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Dee joins us to talk about the infamous Stay Hungry album cover shoot, what Mark had to do to get “the shot” and how it turned out to be the beginning of the end for Twisted Sister.  Mark & Dee have a 30+ year relationship and Mark has been side by side with Dee throughout the historic PMRC hearings in 1985, world tours, family milestones, and just a few epic album covers.   Those are just some of the things we talked about.  Come out and play with us for more!

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Mark & Greg catch up with David Fishof, founder of Rock & Roll Fantasy Camp, and Britt Lightning, Vixen lead guitarist who hosts the Masterclass series currently taking over the world at  Having to put the "camp" franchise on hold, Britt & David tell us how the amazing Masterclass series is not only taking the place of camp, but taking the entire company into the future at warp speed.   Mark and David chat about their long history together and how it all began, and Britt & Greg mix it up over how cool the classes are when we may be able to get out there and rock again!  

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The legendary comedian and That Metal Show co-host joins us to talk about the recent TMS Comedy Show reunion in New Jersey, which included Mark attempting to stump the audience with a very obscure Anthrax question. Don tells us about his early days, when it was cool to have comics perform as the opening act for bands, and the amazing and unnerving experience he had opening for Metallica. We learn that Don’s three career highlights include spending 10 years opening for Andrew Dice Clay, appearing at Metallica’s Orion Fest, and watching Howard Stern laugh at his jokes at various celebrity roasts. There’s also a fourth highlight…but you’ll have to listen to the full episode to find out what it is. Tease!

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Mark & Greg catch up with Steve Brown from Trixter and Def Leppard to talk about the passing of Eddie Van Halen.   We reflect on our individual memories and share some laughs while celebrating the life of Edward Lodewijk Van Halen.



Don joins us to take a look back on some of his shoots with Mark over the years, and tells the story of the wardrobe he despised wearing for the Under Lock & Key album cover session. He gives firsthand insight into what it was like to work with the Weissguy, as well as why he let him live in his house while he was on the road touring the world with Dokken. Don also opens up about what he saw, or more accurately, didn’t see, in Metallica in the early days, and how he was admittedly very wrong—so much so that he reveals how hard it was to follow them on the bill during the 1988 Monsters of Rock tour. Lots of great stories, wrapped up in a chat about the new Dokken album of “Lost Songs.”  
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Danny Muro, founder and guitar player of early 1980s Jersey Shore rockers White Tiger, joins us to give the inside scoop on what Mark was like in the early days, and how he cut his teeth shooting the band. After White Tiger ended in 1982, Danny went on to create some of the most iconic heavy metal albums of all time, including the Overkill album F*ck You! He also shocks us with an incredible story about being in an early version of what ultimately became Bon Jovi. Now, 40 years later, Danny is back with his White Tiger band mate Neal Thomas in a new act, The Killin’ Floor Project.  

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Mark and Greg catch up with Angela Chidnese, better known as the “Slippery When Wet” girl from the Bon Jovi album cover that almost was—not to mention the posters that decorated millions of boys’ bedroom walls, lockers, and garages for the past 30-plus years. Angela and Mark reflect on the infamous shoot, what lead to the ultimate album cover, and lots of other great stories. 

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On August 20th, 2020 the world lost Frankie Banali at 68 years young. A true rock warrior for over 40 years! In this episode we reflect on Frankie and what Quiet Riot meant to the hard rock and heavy metal world, and Mark reveals some amazing memories of his rock ‘n’ roll brother. Rock in Peace Frankie Banali: 11/14/51 – 8/20/20.

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