AEROSMITH, VELVET REVOLVER, ANTHRAX, VINNIE PAUL: New Audio Interviews Posted Online has posted episode 107 of their "Talking Metal" podcast. This special episode features red carpet interviews host John Ostronomy conducted at the MÖTLEY CRÜE/Hard Rock Cafe 35th Anniversary Party in New York City. Guests include AEROSMITH's Steven Tyler, Brad Whitford, and Joey Kramer, ANTHRAX members Scott Ian and Frankie Bello, VELVET REVOLVER's Matt Sorum and Dave Kushner, CHEAP TRICK's Rick Nielsen, Evan Seinfeld and Tera Patrick, Vinnie Paul, Paul Crook, Pearl Aday, Jim Breuer, Jean Beauvoir, THE BRAVERY, and Darryl McDaniels of RUN DMC. MÖTLEY CRÜE's Tommy Lee also makes a quick appearance. In addition, co-host Mark Strigl and Ostronomy also discuss such topics as Lonn Friend, Chris Cornell, and and the new KISS DVD, "Kissology Vol. 1 1974-1977". Photos as well as the 40-minute podcast can be downloaded at this location. iTunes users can also subscribe to "Talking Metal" for free at this location.


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