Steven St. James (Rough Cutt, Sarge, Kagny and the Dirty Rats) Interview

Steven St. James has a soulful singing voice that has taken him from Motown’s Hard Rock band Kagny and the Dirty Rats with a pre-BulletBoys Marq Torien, to the band Sarge where he cowrote some of what would become Rough Cutt’s hits with guitarist Chris Hager, to, finally, just in the last couple of years, reuniting with Hager and fronting Rough Cutt itself with a revitalized lineup. His voice brings back to Hard Rock a soulfulness, a vulnerability, but also a street corner toughness, that’s lacking from many bands these days. Read Now

Ray West (Spread Eagle, Weapons of Anew) Interview

Spread Eagle is the sound of New York Street Metal. Their 1990 debut album is one of the best Glam Metal debuts of all time, right up with Guns N’ Roses, Motley Crue, and Skid Row. Their 2019 comeback record is equally celebrated. Pariah had a great conversation with original and still Spread Eagle frontman Ray West about the band, their music, and so much more. Read Now

Vinny Appice (Black Sabbath, Dio, Last in Line, Resurrection Kings) Interview

Vinny Appice (Black Sabbath, Dio, Last in Line, Resurrection Kings) is one of the biggest Metal drummers and songwriters in the world. Watch as he talks to Pariah Burke about his surprising opinions on the latest record he recorded with Resurrection Kings, who he thinks is “either deaf or [doesn’t] know how to mix,” his advice to younger musicians, and the upcoming third Last in Line album. Read Now

Reality Suite (Kimmii, Brian, Joe, and Antonio) Interview

Pariah Burke hung out with the band Reality Suite, a four-piece New Jersey Hard Rock band making waves far beyond the Garden State. In between a lot of laughing, they chatted about Reality Suite’s latest album, the heart wrenching story behind one of their best songs, where their inspirations come from, duking it out over who got to write “Kiss the Ring,” what’s next for the band, and more. Read Now

Robin McAuley (McAuley Schenker Group, Black Swan, Raiding the Rock Vault) Interview

Pariah Burke recently spoke with Robin McAuley (McAuley-Schenker Group, Black Swan, Survivor, Raiding the Rock Vault) about Raiding the Rock Vault, the status of the second Black Swan album Reb Beach had recently told Pariah was being written, Robin’s advice to new singers, Robin’s brand new solo album, Standing on the Edge–his first in more than 20 years–and more! Read Now

Tracii Guns (L.A. Guns, Sunbomb, Brides of Destruction) Interview

I recently spoke with Tracii Guns via video chat about Sunbomb and its departure from his usual Punk- and Hard Rock-influenced writing, about the lawsuit he filed against former bandmates Steve Riley and Kelly Nickels to get back sole rights to the L.A. Guns name and whether Tracii is happy with the outcome announced just the day before our conversation, about the TWO new L.A. Guns albums he’s working on, and more. Read Now

Reb Beach (Whitesnake, Winger, Black Swan, guitarist) Interview

Reb Beach is a phenomenal guitarist, and he’s played with some of the best in the Rock world. All those killer Winger solos and riffs? That’s him. He’s also the lead guitarist and co-writer for Whitesnake. And for Black Swan, the 2020 super group making pure 80s Rock music. Reb has played with everyone from Alice Cooper to the Bee Gees, Chaka Kahn to Danger Danger, Howard Jones to Twisted Sister, and with Roger Daltry on the Lost Boys Soundtrack. I recently talked with Reb by phone from his home in Pittsburgh about writing new music with Whitesnake and Winger, his surprising review of the reactive load box, his solo instrumental record, joining Joe Satriani’s G3 guitar tour, the candid truth about why he can’t remember riffs he just played, and the bombshell news of the two OTHER albums he’s working on for 2022. Read Now

George Lynch (Dokken, Lynch Mob, The End Machine) Interview

George Lynch, one of the most prolific, successful, and influential Hard Rock and Metal guitarists of all time. In this segment we talk more about the new the end Machine album, exactly why it sounds more like Dokken, having to replace long-time drummer Wild Mick Brown, the metric of Gross National Happiness, how billionaires should be considered immoral in America. Read Now

Conny Bloom (Electric Boys, vocalist & guitarist) Interview

From his home in Stockholm, Sweden, Conny Bloom of the Electric Boys and Hanoi Rocks talked with me about his music, the new Electric Boys album out April 30th, touring–past and future–the secret to staying young, whether the global pandemic was his fault, and the scariest moment in his life–that time he played Led Zeppelin in front of Led Zeppelin and thought Jimmy Page was going to knock him out. Read Now