Richard Jones and Jamie Morrison of Stereophonics join us on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast. We discuss what it takes to be put on the exclusive “Brit rock” list, and what keeps them so consistent. Richard also tells us about their love for The Tragically Hip, who were one of the namesakes for their original band name Tragic Love Company.
Phil Campbell and Paul Sayer of blues rock band The Temperance Movement join us on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast. We discuss their newest album, A Deeper Cut, touring with Deep Purple and Judas Priest, and the potential revival of rock n’ roll music. Paul also tells us the story of how Mick Jagger handpicked them to open for The Rolling Stones.
Rock n’ roll royalty on The Adamantium Podcast as John Corabi, current singer of The Dead Daisies, once lead singer of Mötley Crüe, guitarist for Ratt, and frontman of The Scream, joins us on the latest episode. We discuss being in a band of accomplished rockstars, gigging across the globe, and songs about world issues vs. songs about chasing tail. John also speaks out about the hot young upstart, Greta Van Fleet, and whether they should be dubbed the new Led Zeppelin.