Is there an artist that has left an established band and been able to make it on his own? There've been a handful, but the odds are generally against them. So, do they do it to express themselves as artist, or are they just looking to cash in? Join Genghis & Ragman as they discuss the artists that have been able to get out from under the shadow or their current or former band. Next, the boys catch up with Tracy G for a long overdue chat, as our third member of the show discusses his new book and his various side projects.
DVD of the Show: Avantasia - Around the World in 20 Days Live
|1st Beer of the Show: Gavroche (Brasserie De Saint-Sylvestre)|
"Named for a character in Les Misérables, this beer will reward your patronage with great flavor."
|2nd Beer of the Show: XV (Ommegang Brewery)|
"This anniversary brew from Ommegang is a great Belgian Strong Dark Ale from start to finish!"
Featured Tracks: Thunderstone - Ghost of Youth; Avantasia - The Scarecrow; Steve Harris - These are the Hands; Tommy Lee - Hold Me Down; Seventh Wonder - King of Whitewater; Tracy G Group - Knuckelhead, Little Wing (Hendrix Cover), Into the Void (Black Sabbath Cover); Wicked King Wicker - No God but I; Tracy G Group - On Fire (Van Halen Cover); Goaded - As You Bleed
Genghis' Classic of the Show: Steve Stevens - Atomic Playboys
Ragman's Classic of the Show: Vince Neil - Look in Her Eyes
Genghis’ Sponsor Pick: Paradox - Brutalized
Ragman’s Sponsor Pick: Shakra - The Mask
Genghis Pick of the Show: Solisia - Universeasons
Ragman Pick of the Show: The 69 Eyes - Tonight
- Ragman is likin' what he hears from the G-Man...