Audio Podcast Hard Rock Interview 

Appetite For Distortion – Ep. 59 – Tommy Stinson, The Replacements/Guns N’ Roses/Bash & Pop

Episode 59 of The AFD Show features perhaps our biggest guest to date, legendary bass guitarist Tommy Stinson. Tommy is iconic from his band The Replacements, a special era of Guns N’ Roses, and is now in TWO bands. He is back with Bash & Pop and also with Cowboys in the Campfire, playing guitar in each. Tommy joins us to talk about a special charity event happening in May – Safe At Home–A Benefit For Hudson Little League. The two events will include live music from a plethora of…

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The Rock And Roll Geek Show – 810 – Friday Night Trainwreck

For the first time in a long time, I sit alone in my studio and do a normal Rock and Roll Geek Show. It’s rusty and unprofessional, just like the last time I did a show. On this show: A Tom Keifer show review, a UFO/Saxon show review, an impromptu track by track review of the new Foo Fighters record, my thoughts on Greta Van Fleet and more. https://traffic.libsyn.com/preview/secure/rockandrollgeek/RnRGeekShow_810.mp3

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That Dandy Classic Music Hour – The Replacements – Pleased To Meet Me – Part 1

1987 was a banner year for music fans. Just about every demographic got served that year. Pop metal fans got Def Leppard’s ‘Hysteria’. Pop music fans got new albums from Michael Jackson (‘Bad’), George Michael (‘Faith’), Whitney Houston (‘Whitney’) and arguably Prince’s magnum opus (‘Sign O’ the Times’). Fans of rock got U2’s biggest album (‘The Joshua Tree’), the biggest debut album of all time in Guns N’ Roses (‘The Joshua Tree’) and hair metal as a genre was in its heyday. Even fans of soundtracks got ‘The Dirty Dancing’…

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The Great Albums Podcast – Bonus Song Thursday – Robyn Hitchcock “Parasite”

It’s Bonus Song Thursday! It’s slim pickings for some interesting options of Nick Drake covers, but we hit the jackpot with Robyn Hitchcock’s version of “Parasite.” Bill and Brian discuss Sebadoh’s cover of “Pink Moon” and Joe Boyd’s arrangement, before getting into some listener emails about Metallica’s “Master of Puppets” and teenage Luther Dickinson’s contributions to the Replacements’ “Shootin’ Dirty Pool” (both odor and guitar). http://traffic.libsyn.com/thegreatalbums/Robyn_Hitchcock__Parasite_.mp3

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The Great Albums Podcast – The Replacements – Pleased to Meet Me (w/ guests Randy W. Hall and Dan Minard)

In a special crossover episode, Bill and Brian welcome Randy and Dan from That Dandy Classic Music Hour (thatdandyclassicmusichour.com) to finally return to covering a Replacements album with their 1987 classic Pleased to Meet Me (Sire). Bill and Brian discuss the band’s history and their newfound hi fi sound before cutting to our conversation with the Dandy Classic guys where we delve into Paul Westerberg showing off his lead guitar skills, Jim Dickinson’s contributions, Chris Mars’ art career, Tommy Stinson’s post-‘Mats bands Bash & Pop and Perfect, and of course…

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Kreative Kontrol – Ep. #304: Tommy Stinson

Tommy Stinson is a legendary musician who currently resides in upstate New York. Originally from Minneapolis, Stinson is a founding member of the Replacements and went on to form bands like Bash & Pop and Perfect, as well as joining Soul Asylum and Guns N’ Roses. Though Bash & Pop broke up in 1994 after releasing the Friday Night is Killing Me LP a year earlier, Stinson has re-activated the moniker for an excellent and spirited new record called Anything Could Happen and is touring around the world over the…

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Sit and Spin with Joe – Episode 138: “Bash & Pop – Anything Could Happen (…and more)”

In this week’s show, it’s the long awaited return of Bash & Pop, the group fronted by Tommy Stinson, former bassist for The Replacements. It’s been 24 years since the band’s debut album, FRIDAY NIGHT IS KILLING ME, dropped in 1993, but with the recent release of ANYTHING COULD HAPPEN on Fat Possum records, Stinson has revived the band name for his newest musical offering. We take a look at how the new album compares with the band’s initial effort, as well as giving a brief history of all Tommy’s…

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Kids Interview Bands – Tommy Stinson (The Replacements, Guns N’ Roses, Bash & Pop)

Check it out as Tommy Stinson is surprised to find out he’s been interviewed by a kid. His manager contacted us as asked if Piper would be interested so we arranged to meet the rock n’ roll legend at Lost Weekend Records in Columbus without Tommy having any idea. We’re pretty sure he had a great time answering Piper’s questions 🙂

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Kreative Kontrol – Ep. #252: Bob Mehr on the powerful, painful story of The Replacements

Bob Mehr is an award-winning music critic who currently resides in Memphis, Tennessee. He’s the chief music critic for The Commercial Appeal and has written for MOJO and the Chicago Reader among others and he has composed essays and liner notes for several album reissues, including the Grammy Award-winning Big Star box set, Keep An Eye on the Sky. His new book presents an illuminating and often harrowing look at one of the greatest American rock ‘n’ roll bands of all time. It’s called Trouble Boys – The True Story…

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The Autopsy Report – The Autopsy Report Metal Radio Show No 625 – 18th – 24th April 2016

Nurse, the screens! Mr Hellwyck is in hospital this week having his entire body removed (or something like that), so Dr Gramie has opened up the surgery with a course of treatment to remedy this lack of music. He prescribes a playlist of medically themed tunage to be taken up the rear via a huge hypodermic syringe like some great big metal enema, and we’re sure you’ll enjoy it. Gramie often does. So let’s send Mr Hellwyck some get well wishes, and tune in!!!

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Alternative Punk Rock Rock 

Star Tribune – Tommy Stinson Of The Replacements And Guns N Roses

Chris Riemenschneider of Star Tribune has interviewed former Guns N Roses and The Replacements bass player Tommy Stinson. Here is an excerpt: Since he’s more interested in talking about his new band coming to the Turf Club next Saturday, Tommy Stinson offered these short answers to the two most heard questions about the old bands he is probably leaving behind: 1) Ask Axl. 2) Ask Paul’s T-shirts. “At this point, they probably have their own [publicists],” the veteran bassist joked of his Replacements bandmate Paul Westerberg’s letter-encoded white tees. During…

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