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Recorded from all over the globe, multiple time world champion pro wrestler, lead singer of Fozzy and New York Times best-selling author Chris Jericho rocks the podcast world with "Talk Is Jericho," his unique, weekly take on all things pop culture and life in general. Sit down with Chris as he interviews some of the biggest names in entertainment and discusses the minutia of wrestling, music, television, movies and twerking!! All-ages welcome. No ID required! - To access the entire Talk Is Jericho archive, go to PodcastOne.com. Support "Talk Is Jericho" with your purchases through Amazon.com, click this link!
TIJ gets Wild in Winnipeg... with Kenny Omega! Y2J & Don Callis (aka Cyrus) get Kenny talking about his crazy blow up doll match, the time he wrestled a 7-year old girl, the improv videos he shoots with The Young Bucks, and going through a crystal chandelier! You'll also hear about Kenny's decision to leave WWE developmental, his transition from cruiserweight to heavyweight at New Japan Pro Wrestling, and his rise to main event status at the Tokyo Dome for Wrestle Kingdom 11. Plus, he does have a career end goal, and if you listen carefully, you just might hear it!
Kenny G holds the Guinness Book Of World Records for longest single note played on a saxophone! He played that note for 45 minutes! He's telling that story, remembering his make or break moment on Johnny Carson (complete with a "you'll never work in this town again!"), and sharing the stories behind his professional music debut (he was in highschool), opening for Whitney Houston, his Starbucks connection, and how he became so dang big in China!
Cheap Trick's charismatic, baseball-cap wearing founding guitar player, Rick Nielsen, and the band's new drummer Daxx Nielsen (who also happens to be Rick's son) are telling rock & roll stories like you wouldn't believe! Rick played and recorded with John Lennon, attended Sir George Martin's memorial service, got drunk with Slash, ate tacos with AC/DC's Bon Scott, and amassed a wicked guitar collection! Daxx remembers the first time his dad took him to see Pearl Jam, shares what it was like drumming for surf guitar legend Dick Dale, and explains how he ended up drumming for his dad's band.
Everyone at the NXT Performance Center loves Norman Smiley, and you're about to find out why! He and Y2J go waaaayyyy back to Jericho's time as Lion Heart in Monterrey, Mexico. Hear what Norman did for Jericho, what happened at their first match together, how they became such good friends, what they miss about their fellow friends and wrestlers Eddie Guerrero and Art Barr, and why everyone lived at the Plaza Madrid in Mexico! Norman's got stories about Konnan, Vampiro, and his old tag partner, Negro Casas. He remembers his jump to WCW, what inspired The Wiggle and the scream, and how Vince Russo and Ed Ferrara talked him into working hardcore.
Teddy Hart has some incredible stories about his famous wrestling family - from living with his grandfather Stu Hart to growing up around both Bret and Owen Hart. He's also talking about his own troubled childhood and his experience with drugs, gangs, and the Calgary police! You'll hear about the real fight he had with CM Punk while they were both at Ring of Honor, why things didn't work out for Teddy at WWE, and how he feels about a possible career comeback!
She's one of the hottest video music stars of the 90s, and probably best known as the Cherry Pie girl in Warrant's "Cherry Pie" video! Bobbie Brown's on TIJ! Hear stories from the making of the video, what it was like being married to Warrant frontman Jani Lane! Bobbie also dated Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee, Jane's Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro, and got her first big break on Star Search! Plus, she recently starred in Steel Panther's "Live From Lexxi's Mom's Garage" film!
Seth Rollins & Sami Zayn join Y2J to talk some music! Listen in as they break down favorite bands, first concerts, first albums, music movements that literally created lifestyles (like grunge), Metallica, punk rock & Rancid, Iron Maiden, and meeting their musical heroes.
He's finally here! Metallica's Lars Ulrich! And he's talking about "Hardwired To Self Destruct," Metallica's songwriting chemistry & personal relationships, his drumming style, and that first Metallica house in the Bay area! He's also telling stories about Cliff Burton and Cliff's influence on Metallica's musical style. You'll hear what's different about the way the band tours theses days. And... Lars is a walking-talking wikipedia of obscure British metal groups, and he just might introduce you to your new SECOND favorite band!
Dave Schrader and Tim Dennis from the popular paranormal show, "Darkness Radio," bring their creepy tales and haunted stories to TIJ! Discover "Bloody Bones Man," "The Black Eyed Kids," and Peppy The Lake Monster. They also discuss exorcisms, outer-body experiences, and whether Big Foot may actually be a ghost.
It's the World's Loudest Podcast in celebration of the World's Loudest Month - the month of May... when you get the three biggest rock festivals in North America - Carolina Rebellion, Rock on the Range, and Northern Invasion! Gary Spivack and Clay Busch of Danny Wimmer Presents, the promoters behind all three, have plenty of details, insider knowledge, personal band stories, and a full reveal of the headliners and line-ups for 2017! Get your rock on & crank those earbuds for this one-of-a-kind look at three of rock's biggest festival scenes.
Sean X-Pac Waltman was Y2J's mentor when he first got to WWE, beat Scott Hall despite suffering a severe concussion during the match, had to undergo sphincter surgery (after injuring his asshole twice!), understands why people hated The Kliq, missed the infamous Curtain Call at the Garden, and tells some really funny, self-deprecting jokes about being the "small guy" in pro-wrestling.
Ghosthunters Amy Bruni and Adam Berry from the TLC show, "Kindred Spirits," traveled the States to help families being terrorized by paranormal activity... and they're sharing some of their creepiest investigation stories, haunted experiences, and other-worldly interactions! You'll also hear about incidents that happened to the crew and even Amy & Adam themselves, and the conversations they conducted with certain ghosts thanks to the EVP machine.
O'Shea Jackson Jr. is the son of Ice Cube, and played the famous rapper/artist in the critically-acclaimed movie, "Straight Outta Compton." O'Shea recalls his numerous auditions, screen tests, and all the preparation he did to play a member of the ground-breaking rap group, N.W.A. (including learning all the slang & hip-hop fashion of the 90s). He's also a huge wrestling fan, and in addition to having a favorite match, and a favorite performer, he also has a bone to pick with Stone Cold Steve Austin!
Disco Inferno FINALLY makes an appearance on TIJ, and brings all sorts of crazy WCW stories with him! You'll hear about his WCW debut (a week before Nitro), why he left, what happened when he got to WWE, and how Sting helped him get his gig back at WCW. Disco also has stories from the booking room, the origination of his own Disco Inferno gimmick, working with Chyna, details on the 6-month long alien invasion angle he wrote that was never used at WCW, and how he planned to shoot the Invisible Man character. He's also talking about Brian Pillman, and the Nasty Boys, and defending his belief that Martin Short is NOT funny.
Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows cohost an all new TalkNShop Live In Shang Hai presented by Talk Is Jericho. And in addition to Jericho and all the regulars (Reptile, Hell Yeah Man, Gordy Canuck, The Fink), they also managed to rope Braun Strowman into the shenanigans! They attempt to talk about first matches, Braun's strongman background, tattoos, and useful geo-targeting apps. They succeed in figuring out who does the best Chewbacca noise, and whether or not Braun can really do an HBK kip-up and exactly how much that might be worth.
Original bassist of the Sex Pistols, Glen Matlock, shares 40-years worth of stories about the famed band. He's talking about how he met Steve Jones and Johnny Lydon, what Malcolm Mcleran did for the band, when they realized they had started a musical movement of their own, and how they felt about the Ramones. He also reveals why he quit the band before the release of their first and only album, where they found Sid Vicious, the creation of "Pretty Vacant," and whether there might be another historic Pistols reunion in time for their big anniversary next year!
Talk Is Jericho Live At Caroline's with special guest Christian may or may not contain one or more of the following: an impromptu 5-second pose, some mad skillz kazoo playing, a Jack Lanza impression, something about a "Creepy Little Bastard" t-shirt, travel tips from Owen Hart, The Vampire Kids gimmick details, the truth behind the wrestler's handshake code, a story about a ladder match gone wrong, and the greatest rivalry of the Attitude Era!
It's episode 300... and there's only one person big enough, legendary enough to mark such a momentous occasion - Black Sabbath founding guitarist Tony Iommi! And man, he's telling some of the craziest rock & roll stories - from meeting Sabbath's mafia-like manager Don Arden to a few of Ozzy's mythic missed gig tales. He's also breaking down some of those classic Sabbath riffs and songs, sharing memories of Ronnie James Dio, and giving his thoughts on "Spinal Tap." Plus, he's speaking candidly about his own recent battle with cancer and the role that played in Sabbath's decision to call it quits after this final tour!
It's the 30th Anniversary of Stryper's "To Hell With The Devil" album, and to celebrate, they're playing it in its entirety on this current Fall tour! Guitarist Oz Fox remembers the making of the album, and shares what it's been like to break out the original Stryper yellow & black stage wear! He's also talking about his own rock & roll name, the "Christian Rock Band" label, Stryper's break-up and subsequent reunion, surviving fame, and he's doing his best Ozzy Osbourne impression!
Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart has stories about his nickname, the Hart Foundation tag team, Andre The Giant, Dynamite Kid, Davey Boy Smith, Stu Hart's infamous dungeon, and the Calgary style! He had Bret Hart's back during the Montreal Screwjob (and a front row lockerroom view), a seat in the jam-packed van at Stampede Wrestling, and a crazy big paycheck at WCW (for doing absolutely nothing). Plus, his son-in-law, Tyson Kidd, has a few memories of his own about the Hart clan, and a detailed account of the night he broke his neck in the ring, and his truly miraculous recovery!