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Ouch You're On My Hair
A podcast which centers around Heavy Metal, Hair Bands, Glam Rock, AOR and everything else mullet related from the 80s.
Category: Metal
Location: Washington DC
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September 10, 2017 01:42 PM PDT

Bjorn Englen (Dio Disciples, Soul Sign) stops by to play "Can't Play This #4" with Troy and Randy. All three pretend it's the first time they are seeing bands such as AC/DC, Motorhead, Cheap Trick, Deep Purple, Kiss and others and out of three songs, they have to remove one from the band's setlist. It's not as easy as it sounds, because the three songs mentioned, our concert staples or awesome covers for the bands. Join in on the fun and discussion.

Straight out of New York is the hard rocking band Four Trips Ahead. When you hear the two songs showcased on this episode, you will agree, big things are in store for this band.

For this and every other episode of Ouch You're on my Hair, please subscribe to us on iTunes, Podomatic, Google Play, Stitcher, or Player FM. Also follow us on Twitter @OuchYOMH and Facebook at www.facebook.com/OuchYOMH

September 06, 2017 05:19 PM PDT

Frontmen (and women) make a band, hands down. You can have the best guitar player or drummer, but if your frontman is terrible, the crowd only stays into it for so long. Loudwire.com posted their best 10 frontmen in Hard Rock + Metal, so Troy and Randy decided to go through the list. Do you agree or disagree with the ones mentioned? Who should come off or who should be added?

Enjoy the awesome sounds of Eastern Oklahoma band Reliance Code. This band will blow you away and to think they just started in 2014. Rock on guys.

For this and every other episode of Ouch You're on my Hair, please subscribe to us on iTunes, Podomatic, Google Play, Stitcher, or Player FM. Also follow us on Twitter @OuchYOMH and Facebook at www.facebook.com/OuchYOMH

September 03, 2017 03:29 PM PDT

The boys welcome Janet Gardner from Vixen fame and her husband/guitar player Justin James (Staind, Collective Soul, Tyketto). Janet talks about her upbringing and the early days of Vixen. Both Janet and Justin discus the new Janet solo album and the accompanying tour.

Also on this episode, check out the awesome music from Wings of Pegasus. A melodic hard rock band with an 80's twist, turn it up to 11, get out your air guitar and prepare to rock!

For this and every other episode of Ouch You're on my Hair, please subscribe to us on iTunes, Podomatic, Google Play, Stitcher, or Player FM. Also follow us on Twitter @OuchYOMH and Facebook at www.facebook.com/OuchYOMH

August 30, 2017 06:53 PM PDT

This episode, Randy and Troy talk about songs Troy believes should be covered by other artists. He's in for a surprise, as several already have and one actually was a cover itself. Randy throws up some possible bands, he believes could have covered Troy's suggested songs.

Also the music of Jupiter in Velvet. His music mixes the 70s sounds of David Bowie to the 80s sounds of Jane's Addiction. You will really love his style, with the two songs showcased this episode. You will be hooked right away.

For this and every other episode of Ouch You're on my Hair, please subscribe to us on iTunes, Podomatic, Google Play, Stitcher, or Player FM. Also follow us on Twitter @OuchYOMH and Facebook at www.facebook.com/OuchYOMH

August 27, 2017 03:25 PM PDT

Ouch You're on my Hair is so proud to welcome Chris Hager from the band Rough Cutt for an awesome interview. Chris talks the early days of Mikey Ratt and his relationship with Stephen Pearcy. Chris goes into how Rough Cutt came about and his, along with the rest of the band's relationship with Ronnie James and Wendy Dio. He talks playing with the Stephen Pearcy solo band. Chris talks about being a sober advocate and mentor to fellow entertainers.

Also all the way from London, England the great band Red Hawk Rising. You will enjoy the two songs featured on this episode, "LA Hey Fever" and "You are a Woman, I am a Machine."

For this and every other episode of Ouch You're on my Hair, please subscribe to us on iTunes, Podomatic, Google Play, Stitcher, or Player FM. Also follow us on Twitter @OuchYOMH and Facebook at www.facebook.com/OuchYOMH

August 24, 2017 02:52 AM PDT

It's one of our most popular games, Yes, "You Can't Play This" is back for version #3. This go around, Troy and Randy debate what song they will drop from some of the following band's setlists and remember, it's the first time they are seeing the bands live: Sammy Hagar, Lita Ford, Kix, Heaven and Hell, Quiet Riot, Dio and more.

Plus all the way from Budapest, Hungary the unique and very original music of 40 Days. You will love this band, we are sure of it.

For this and every other episode of Ouch You're on my Hair, please subscribe to us on iTunes, Podomatic, Google Play, Stitcher, or Player FM. Also follow us on Twitter @OuchYOMH and Facebook at www.facebook.com/OuchYOMH

August 20, 2017 05:22 AM PDT

Ouch You're on my Hair had the distinct honor to interview former Anthrax and White Lion and current Stephen Pearcy drummer Greg D'Angelo. Listen to Greg talk about his early days with Anthrax to include rehearsing in the same building as Metallica, to include a funny story about all of them being pulled over by the police. Greg talks about Jack Star and how that project came about. He spends some time talking about the White Lion days, to include saying he still keeps in touch with Mike Tramp and just recently saw Vito Bratta. Greg tells about his connection to Stephen Pearcy and how he got the gig drumming for Stephen's solo band.

Also a music showcase by the band Swirl out of Southern California. A straight forward, hard rocking band, who kicks some major behind.

For this and every other episode of Ouch You're on my Hair, please subscribe to us on iTunes, Podomatic, Google Play, Stitcher, and Player FM. Also follow us on Twitter @OuchYOMH and Facebook at www.facebook.com/OuchYOMH

August 20, 2017 05:11 AM PDT

In a recent interview with the podcast Ouch You're on my Hair, former White Lion drummer Greg D'Angelo recalls when he was with Anthrax and they rehearsed in the same place as Metallica. Greg tells a story about all members going out one night and Greg being pulled over by a New York police officer.

For this and every other episode of Ouch You're on my Hair, please subscribe to us on iTunes, Podomatic, Google Play, Stitcher, and Player FM. Also follow us on Twitter @OuchYOMH and Facebook at www.facebook.com/OuchYOMH

August 20, 2017 05:05 AM PDT

In a recent interview with the podcast Ouch You're on my Hair, former White Lion drummer Greg D'Angelo stated he is one of the few die hard fans who loves the Black Album by Metallica. All he ever sees is negative stuff about that album, but it is one of his favorite albums.

For this and every other episode of Ouch You're on my Hair, please subscribe to us on iTunes, Podomatic, Google Play, Stitcher, and Player FM. Also follow us on Twitter @OuchYOMH and Facebook at www.facebook.com/OuchYOMH

August 20, 2017 04:55 AM PDT

As part of a recent interview with the podcast Ouch You're on my Hair, former White Lion drummer Greg D'Angelo spoke about his former band. Greg says a White Lion reunion would be pretty cool to see that again. He would be all for it if the situation was right. He mentions he just saw Vito Bratta recently and he speaks to Mike Tramp a couple times a year. Greg says Vito just bought a new amp, so the curiosity is still there.

For this and every other episode of Ouch You're on my Hair, please subscribe to us on iTunes, Podomatic, Google Play, Stitcher, and Player FM. Also follow us on Twitter @OuchYOMH and Facebook at www.facebook.com/OuchYOMH

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