Who doesn't like The Cult? We discuss the dynamic band anchored by Ian Astbury and Billy Duffy who started as a longer named goth band and seamlessly transitioning to a rifftastic rockers whose songs were as poetic and mystical as they were powerful and addictive. Behold the great band from Bradford UK by also listening to our Autoreverse Cult playlist on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2YNXsgr
Opening Act: Metal church singer Mike Howe dies at 55Gibson Records releasing new Slash albumZZ Top bassist Billy Duffy dies at 72Upcoming concerts at the Big EEar Candy: Twister Sister: Love is for Suckers (1987)Dee Snider: Leave a Scar (2021)Six Degrees of Frankie B.Rockerversation: Michael AbdowMatt recently spoke to the Fates Warning and Aquanet guitarist at a live show. Keep up with Michael at michaelabdow.com.Bonus Track: Night Ranger - TomorrowFrom the new album ATBPO, out now on Frontiers Music srl. Thanks for listening! If you're subscribing on iTunes or Google play, please leave us a review, as it will help spread the word about the show! You can find more news, reviews, and discussion at powerchordspodcast.com. You can also hit us up on twitter at twitter.com/powerchordspod, and email us at email@example.com.
Since forming The Cult with vocalist Ian Astbury in 1983, Billy Duffy has proven himself to be one of those guitarists who can shapeshift musically, yet still sound like Billy Duffy. So whether you're listening to the more indie leaning sounds of 1985's Love, the AC/DC-styled rock of 1987's Electric or the arena rock bombast of 1989's Sonic Temple, it all sounds like the work of one guitarist. When The Cult went on hiatus in 1995, Billy founded Coloursøund with Mike Peters from The Alarm. They released one self-titled album in 1999 before Billy returned to The Cult – but now, 22 years later, they've just released their new album, Coloursøund II! We talk about the record in this interview, as well as Billy's upbringing in Northern England, his earliest experiences playing music with Johnny Marr and Morrissey before they went off to form The Smiths, the birth of The Cult and their late '80s success, and loads more.
Sonic Temple (1989) es el cuarto álbum de estudio de la banda de rock británica The Cult. Tras la exitosa recepción y la gira de Electric (1987) junto a Metallica, The Cult se instalan en Los Ángeles donde contratan al productor Bob Rock que los lleva hasta Canadá para grabar Sonic Temple (1989), disco que marca el inicio de la relación de la banda con el productor, con quien volverán a trabajar en tres ocasiones más. En este trabajo continúan la línea hard rock iniciada en su anterior álbum, si bien en esta ocasión los temas se vuelven más largos, aunque igualmente contundentes. Para la grabación contaron con un nuevo batería de estudio, Mickey Curry. Fue, además, el último en el que intervino el bajista Jamie Stewart. El álbum fue un rotundo éxito, llegó a posicionarse en el número 10 del Billboard 200 y a recibir el disco de platino en 1993. Contiene algunos de los temas más populares de la banda como Fire Woman, Sun King, Sweet Soul Sister o Edie (Ciao Baby) inspirado en Edie Sedgwick, musa de Andy Warhol y supuso la consagración definitiva de The Cult como una de las bandas más importantes del hard rock a nivel mundial. La emblemática portada, representa a Billy Duffy con las piernas extendidas y el brazo derecho en alto a punto para rascar las cuerdas de su Gibson Les Paul y a su vez en el fondo de la portada, en rojo se puede apreciar la imagen de Ian Astbury sujetando un micrófono .
The Cult's Billy Duffy joins Jeremy White and Mitch Lafon to discuss his new COLOURSØUND II album with Mike Peters of The Alarm. COLOURSØUND II is a record of raw power, utilising rock's essential components of guitar, vox, bass and drums. Simple – but effective. Release date is July 16th 2021 Plus, Bryan Adams' Mickey Curry joins in for an on air reunion with Billy. Mickey played drums on The Cult's 1989 album, Sonic Temple Help support the show. Please consider a donation: https://www.paypal.me/MitchLafon See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
COLOURSØUND II is the brand new album from Billy Duffy of The Cult and Mike Peters of The Alarm. Billy Duffy joins to discuss the band, new album, answer your questions, and a fun GNR/Cult tour story! Find Appetite for Distortion on: YouTube: bit.ly/3nbGNKh Twitter @TheAFDShow Facebook @TheAFDShow Instagram @AppetiteForDistortion Email the show: firstname.lastname@example.org
It's Paddy's Day 2021 so on the day where everyone is a little bit Irish, we share a more modern take on the classic Irish folktale, to celebrate the launch of Season 2 of LOCKED IN A VACANCY. This is "Billy Duffy & The Devil" by P.H. EMERSON.
What is it we do here at InObscuria? Every show Kevin opens the crypt to exhume and dissect from his personal collection; an artist, album, or collection of tunes from the broad spectrum of rock, punk, and metal. Robert is forced to test his endurance and provide feedback, as he has no idea what he will be subjected to every week. Our hope is that we turn you on to something that was lost on your ears, or something you've simply forgotten about, or that (in our opinion) should have been the next big thing.Songs this week include:M.A.C.C. - “Hey Baby [Land Of The New Rising Sun] (Jimi Hendrix)” from Stone Free: A Tribute To Jimi Hendrix (1993)Iron Maiden - “Space Truckin’ (Deep Purple)” from Re-Machined: A Tribute To Deep Purple’s Machine Head (2012)Lemmy - “Shout It Out Loud (KISS)” from Pure Fire – The Ultimate KISS Tribute (2018)Derek Sherinian - “Eminence Front (The Who)” from Who Are You? – An All-Star Tribute To The Who (2012)Silver Jet - “Drive My Car (The Beatles)” from Shared Vision: The Songs Of The Beatles (1994)Glenn Hughes - “Young Lust (Pink Floyd)” from Back Against The Wall – A Tribute To Pink Floyd (2005)Duff McKagen / Steve Jones / Matt Sorem - “Elected (Alice Cooper)” from Welcome To The Nightmare: An All-Star Tribute To Alice Cooper (2005)Oleander – “Hello, I Love You (The Doors)” from Stoned Immaculate: The Music Of The Doors (2000)Ronnie James Dio & Yngwie Malmsteen – “Dream On (Aerosmith)” from Hair Metal In Covers (2009)Please subscribe everywhere that you listen to podcasts!Visit us: https://inobscuria.com/https://www.facebook.com/InObscuriahttps://twitter.com/inobscuriahttps://www.instagram.com/inobscuria/Buy cool stuff with our logo on it!: https://www.redbubble.com/people/InObscuria?asc=uCheck out Robert’s amazing fire sculptures and metal workings here: http://flamewerx.com/If you’d like to check out Kevin’s band THE SWEAR, take a listen on all streaming services or pick up a digital copy of their latest release here: https://theswear.bandcamp.com/If you want to hear Robert and Kevin’s band from the late 90s – early 00s BIG JACK PNEUMATIC, check it out here: https://bigjackpnuematic.bandcamp.com/
...y no parece que sea una broma. El tuit es del pasado jueves y el pequeño de los Gallagher le dice a su hermano que 2021 es "nuestro año" y que "actuemos aunque sólo sea en un concierto benéfico" y que luego "volvamos con nuestras exitosas carreras en solitario". Aprovecha además para que vuelvan también (nunca lo hicieron) The Smiths o The Jam. También es noticia del día que Wham! consiguen ¡36 años! después ser número 1 en UK. En su momento Band Aid les impidió llegar a la cima. Un hecho que coincide con el cuarto aniversario de la muerte de George Michael. Elvis Costello, casi como Morrisey que le mandaba al infierno, le pega una patada al pasado 2020 con un tema de lo más rockandrollero. Dos duetos del momento. Ese tándem muy habitual ya que hace versiones a mansalva (Billie Eilish, Steely Dan, Little feat, Hank Williams, Cat Stevens...) que forman Bonnie prince Billy y Bill Callahan leen ahora a Lou Reed. En tanto Barry Gibb consigue el refuerzo de Dolly Parton. Recordando a artistas fallecidos el miembro de Pink Floyd, Roger Waters se acuerda y echa de menos a su "hermano" John Prine. Y en ese turno de homenajes a gente de la música desaparecida se detuvo en Manic Street Preachers (por medio de Nicky Wire) y The Cult (las palabras de Billy Duffy) que se acordaron de Steve Brown, productor de dos discos tan básicos como los respectivos "Generation terrorists" o "Love". Lo mismo que hizo Paul McCartney acordándose de su paisano Gerry Marsden,líder de los Peacemakers y que compartieran manager (Brian Epstein) y productor (George Martin) con The Beatles. También nos paramos en el primer disco de Dogo y los Mercanarios para rendir tributo a Juanjo Pizarro, guitarrista, que también prestara sus servicios en Reincidentes y Def con Dos. Y en la recta final vuelve a estar disponible (ausente desde el 92) la música de KLF (Bill y Jimmy) en tanto que Black Keys están dispuestos a celebrar los diez años de "Brothers" que fue su sexto trabajo. Por fin Foo Fighters avanzan otra pieza que estará dentro de "Medicine at midnight" que sale en febrero. Escuchar audio
Una banda de rock distinta en tiempos de bandas de rock parecidas. Cuando todos miraban a Axl Rose Ian Astbury mezcló a Jim Morrison con Robert Smith. Y encima, Billy Duffy: un guitarrista que suena a Malcolm Young, Pete Townsend y Jimmy Page. Con Gustavo Olmedo y Astilla Dominguez. Editado por Cesar Cardozo. Un podcast original de Radio en Casa.
Hoy recordaremos parte del segundo álbum de los ingleses The Cult, titulado "Love", publicado en 1985. Fue el álbum que dio a conocer a nivel mundial a Ian Astbury y Billy Duffy con clásicos del rock gótico como "She Sells Sanctuary" , "Revolution" o "Rain" ...y como siempre, crearemos una historia paralela traduciendo parte de las letras originales, para entre varias canciones, que cada oyente pueda imaginar, a su vez una historia distinta. No están todas las que son, pero son todas las que están. Podeis también seguirnos en https://www.facebook/radioinsomnianight https://www.instagram.com/radio_insomniac Muchas gracias por escuchar y apoyar Radio Insomnia.
Mark Gemini Thwaite in conversation with David Eastaugh Thwaite spent part of 1985 living in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, joining Gothic rock band National Velvet, before returning to the UK in 1986. After forming a few bands in the Birmingham area including The First, he relocated to London in 1989. In 1989 Thwaite joined London-based Gothic group The Children (featuring Dave Roberts of Sex Gang Children on vocals), and performed on the 12" single Never Get Out Alive released in 1990. During this time Thwaite was introduced to Kirk Brandon, founder member and vocalist for Spear of Destiny and Theatre of Hate. This began a 3-year collaboration between Thwaite and Brandon. Thwaite performed live with Spear of Destiny in 1990, and replaced original Theatre of Hate guitarist Billy Duffy on the 10th anniversary Theatre of Hate UK tour in 1991. A TOH live album 'Live at the Astoria '91' including Thwaite on guitar was subsequently released by Easterstone records. Thwaite continued as a member of Spear of Destiny, contributing guitars and some bass guitar to their 1992 album Sod's Law and the subsequent tour that same year.
Um dos hinos do rock dos anos 80 que não tem solo de guitarra. Nesta edição do resumo do som eu conto tim tim por tim tim como foi que surgiu She Sells Sanctuary, do The Cult. Aproveite para ouvir o episódio do Discoteca Perdida do AutoRadio Podcast sobre o álbum LOVE! No site https://autoradiopodcast.com.br e no feed para agregadores https://feeds.feedburner.com/AutoradioPodcast Capa do compacto de She Sells SanctuaryThe Cult em 1985: Ian Astbury, Jamie Stewart e Billy Duffy. Nigel Preston não está na foto. She Sells Sanctuary está disponível em: She Sells Sanctuary foi escrita por Astbury/Duffy℗ & © 1985 Beggars Banquet Músicas utilizadas nesta edição: YouTube Music LibraryMagic In The Other - Ready Set GoTrackTribe - AviationTrackTribe - 1968Trechos de bateria: Robert Litten, from drumstheword.comTrechos de guitarra: Billy Duffy, em entrevista para Boss Agradecimentos aos produtores virtuais pelo apoio:Fabiano F. M. Cordeiro Ricardo Bunnyman (AutoRadio Podcast)Tiago Rosas (Kit de Releituras Musicais)Marcos ColuciMarcelo Machado (Podcast de Garagem)Danilo de Almeida (Doublecast, Já Ouviu Esse Disco) Gostaria de apoiar o 80 WATTS? É só escolher a plataforma de sua preferência. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.Background vector created by freepik - www.freepik.com
Wayne Hussey is goth-rock royalty. Between his tenure as guitarist in The Sisters of Mercy to founding the The Mission UK, the frontman/guitarist has created some of the most iconic and evocative work in the genre...and beyond. Never content to rest on his laurels, Hussey remains a creative force, as evidenced on The Mission's 2016 epic 'Another Fall From Grace.' And now he's lending his musical talents to a host of charities for Covid-19 frontline workers with a new charity version of one of his biggest hits. Hussey has remade The Mission's 1988 classic 'Tower of Strength' (retitled as 'TOS 2020') with a huge host of musicians (christened as The ReMIssion International) that reads like a Who's Who of alternative icons, including (deep breath) Andy Rourke, Billy Duffy, Budgie, Evi Vine, Gary Numan, James Alexander Graham, Jay Aston (who we've interviewed for this podcast), Julianne Regan, Kevin Haskins (who we've ALSO interviewed for this podcast), Kirk Brandon, Lol Tolhurst, Martin Gore, Michael Aston, Michael Ciravolo, Midge Ure, Miles Hunt, Rachel Goswell, Richard Fortus, Robin Finck, Steve Clarke, Tim Palmer and Trentemøller. In this episode, Hussey and I discuss what inspired remaking 'Tower of Strength', the Herculean task of assembling such an intimidating list of collaborators (and how he got Jay and Michael Aston to appear on the same track), his thoughts on being a musician during a pandemic, his other recent creative pursuits and more. So check it out, and be sure to stick around afterwards, when we'll be playing the radio edit edition of 'TOS2020', And you can purchase the new single in a variety of digital and physical formats by visiting the band's official website. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/slis/support
Wayne Hussey on remaking the classic Mission anthem ‘Tower Of Strength' -- The ReMission International recording of TOS2020 features 23 of his closest friends including Andy Rourke, Billy Duffy, Budgie, Gary Numan, Jay & Michael Aston of Gene Loves Jezebel, Kevin Haskins, Lol Tolhurst, Martin Gore, Midge Ure, Robin Finck & many others. For more info, visit http://www.themissionuk.com/wp/. Dais Records recording & visual artist Riki AKA Niff Nawor discuss her self-titled debut & relationship with the label. The Portland Podcast is produced & edited by Gregory Druker Day. For inquiries, contact email@example.com. Support the show by visiting us at http://pdxpodcast.com/ & rating on Apple Podcasts.Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/pdxpod)
We are extremely honored to welcome back producer Bob Rock to deep dive The Cult's 1989 breakthrough album Sonic Temple. We learn all about Ian Astbury and Billy Duffy's mindframe when they created it, how Bob achieved the sound they were looking for, how classic songs like "Fire Woman" and "Edie (Ciao Baby)" came to be, and how the Cult relate to other Bob Rock affiliated bands like Metallica, Motley Crue and Bon Jovi. We are so lucky to hear from legends like Bob. Enjoy! www.patreon.com/thehustlepod
Possibly the oldest story in the world, as it was told in Wales. A cunning Irishman comes face to face with the Old Boy but who will win this battle of wits?! It's anyone's guess. This podcast is free of charge but if you enjoy it, please leave us a 5 star review on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts. If you'd like to buy me a coffee for my efforts you can do so at www.ko-fi.com/llusern All music is copyright free in Wales and provided by Slic, a subsidiary of Sain. The website should be at www.slictrac.com Image by Jens Rasch from Pixabay --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/herebedragons/message
John Tempesta talks about drum teching for Charlie Banante of Anthrax, joining Exodus, playing in Testament, how he joined White Zombie and the meteoric rise of the Astrocreep 2000 record as well as the experience in touring with Pantera, hanging at Vinny Paul’s clubhouse, meeting his drumming idols, his love for drummer Cozy Powell, joining Helmet and learning tons of John Stanier’s fills, how he got the Cult gig 13 years after a botched audition with the band, working with Billy Duffy on dynamics and recording with Bob Rock, Ringo Starr as his first inspiration to play, and the David Bowie concert that sealed the deal, plus a whole lot more! http://www.johntempesta.com/ http://thecult.us
Enthusiastic is an understatement for how excited we are about this Jonesy's Jukebox interview! Sir Paul Cook + The Cult's Billy Duffy and Ian Astbury join Jonesy at the Viper Room to reveal how their "Electric" album came about, how Sir Paul Cook became a "Sir," and how they had to pretend they didn't like the Beatles as rockstars. PLUS, Jonesy admits he shared needles with Johnny Thunders! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Cult guitarist Billy Duffy joins Eddie on this episode to discuss the 30th anniversary of 'Sonic Temple,' his recent tour, what the Manchester scene was like growing up, his plans for new music, and more! Plus, a cameo appearance from Scott Ian!
For this edition of the Paltrocast, Darren spoke with three inspiring and successful people on very different career paths, singer/songwriter Frank Turner, current IMPACT Wrestling champion Sami Callihan, and Billy Duffy, founding guitarist of The Cult. Points of discussion include touring, history, podcasting, Iron Maiden, and the great state of Ohio.
25 years ago, Billy Morrison was living on the streets, addicted to heroin. Since then, he’s played or recorded with The Cult, Camp Freddy, Royal Machines, Ozzy Osbourne, Steven Tyler, Slash, Robbie Williams, Lou Reed, Ronnie Wood, Jerry Cantrell, Dave Navarro, and has been a member of Billy Idol’s band since 2010. He’s also a successful actor and contemporary painter whose works have been showcased in art galleries Great stories about Billy getting sober and what prompted him to get clean in the first place, why he moved to LA from London (NOT what you’re thinking), working with Ozzy, growing up with Billy Duffy, God shaped holes, why his work ethic is so strong, things he’s done that have been out of his comfort zone (BEST answer to this question ever!), kindness, Sex Pistols, his moral compass, cleaning the house, and why he always wears a nice watch. SUPER cool conversation: Subscribe https://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/subscribe/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EveryoneLovesGuitar/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/everyonelovesguitar/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ELovesGuitar
Gestur þáttarins að þessu sinni er Svanhildur Hólm Valsdóttir aðstoðarmaður Bjarna Benediktssonar fjármálaráðherra. Hún mætir með uppáhalds ROKKplötuna sína í Füzz kl. 21.00. Plata þáttarins er svo platan Sonic Temple með The Cult sem kom út í apríl fyrir aldarfjórðungi, 25 árum! Sonic Temple er fjórða plata The Cult og þeirra vinsælasta plata. Hún hefur að geymna smelli á borð við Sun King, Edie, Fire Woman og Sweet Soul Sister. Sonic Temple er síðasta plata Cult sem bassaleikairnn Jamie Stewart spilar á, hann hætti 1990, og fyrsta plata sveitarinnar sem fyrrum trommari Hall & Oates og Bryan Ferry, Mickey Curry spilar á. Velgengnin sem Cult öðlaðist í kjölfar útgáfu Sonic Temple slátraði bandinu næstum því. Hún kom út á þeim tíma þegar Guns´n Roses var stærsta rokkband í heimi og á vissan hátt var Cult stærra um tíma. Sveitin fylgdi plötunni eftir um allan heim, tapaði bassaleikaranum á leiðinni og í kjölfarið varð Cult að tveggja manna bandinu sem það hefur verið til dagsins í dag. Ian Atsbury syngur og Billy Duffy sem er mynd af framan á plötunni að spila á Gibson les Paul, spilar á gítar. Þeim buðust tveir upphitunartúrar þegar Sonic Temple kom út, annarsvegar með ozzy Osbourne, sem þeim fannst of óldskúl á þeim tíma, og Metallica. Þeir fóru með Metallica. Þetta var áður en Metallica varð orfur vinsæ með svörtu plötunni og aðdáendurnir voru næsgtum allir karlkyns. Þeir djókuðu með það sín á milli að ef það voru einhverjar stelpur eða konur í aðhorfendaskaranum þá væru þær komnar til að sjá Cult. Þeim gekk ágætlega í þessum túr. Við vorum amk. ekki grýttir með bjórflöskum sögðu þeir síðar í viðtölum. Það var Billy Duffy sem vildi gera hreinræktaða ROKKplötu og það var hann sem haðfi uppi á upptökustjóranum Bob Rock sem var á þeim tíma lítt þekktur ungur upptökustjóri. Hann átti síðar eftir að gera svörtu plötuna með Metallica og Dr. Feelgood með Mötley Crüe. Í dag kom út 30 ára afmæliusútgáfa af Sonic Temple sem kostar handlegg og fót eða þar um bil samkvæmt bestu heimildum Füzz. Við heyrum nokkur lög af Sonic Temple í Füzz í kvöld. Óskalagasíminn verður opnaður (5687-123) um kl. 20 og A+B er svo að þessu sinni með Nirvana 200.000 Naglbítar - Bless kex CCR - Bootleg (af Woodstock) Oasis - I hope i think i know Molly Hatchet - It´s all over now (lagið sem vinur þáttarins valdi) AC/DC - Hard as a rock Tool - Fear Incolum SÆIMATÍMI Volbeat - For evight (óskalag) The Cult - Fire woman (plata þáttarins) Kiss - Love it loud (óskalag) Rammstein - Deutchland (óskalag) Great Van Fleet - Always there Amyl & the Sniffers
Dave Navarro calls up Kyle Meredith to discuss teaming up with Billy Morrison for their second Above Ground concert, which benefits MusiCares while raising awareness of mental health. Navarro tells us why the organization means so much to him, the tragedy of losing so many of our heroes and friends, and how he keeps a check on his own mental health. The show is also a tribute to the two musician’s love of vinyl, so they’ll be performing David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust and The Stooges debut LP from front to back along with Perry Farrell, Gavin Rossdale, Billy Idol, Billy Duffy, and Wayne Kramer. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
THE CULT. Metallica and The Cult have a long history of friendship and touring, so naturally, Billy has a ton of great stories! He also talks Bob Rock, Rick Rubin, Sire Records; the Cult’s trio of classic albums; the story behind the iconic Sonic Temple album cover; and so much more. Keep up with the podcast at SpeakNDestroy.com Follow Speak N' Destroy on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Follow Ryan J. Downey on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Speak N' Destroy is part of the PopCurse podcast network. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Well, somethings in life are worth waiting for & this here is one of those things! BILLY DUFFY IS ON THE SHOW THIS WEEK! Listen in as the two start from the beginning & we learn just how this legendary guitarist found his way through punk to the metal explosion of the 80’s. YOU CANT MISS THIS ONE!!! CATCH BILLY ON TOUR WITH THE CULT THIS SUMMER! Check listings Also Touched On: Coming of age in the summer of a punk Billy & Johnny: Best haircuts in town The better guitarists in the neighbourhood Football or Rock and Roll as the only ways out Free & Thin Lizzy Slaughter And The Dogs: Bowie freaks go punk How amazing the Buzzcocks were Seeing the Pistols for the first time at the 2nd Manchester gig Five school friends enter & three leave “All the heads were there” Guitar hers Raw Power was a massive band in Wigan Filling Vini Reilly’s shoes Bringing along Morrissey Opening for The Magazines Throwing out candy to the crowd The Nosebleeds “The only reason they kept me around was because I was good at table tennis” “She actually sang on a Johnny Thunder’s record?!?” The Lonesome No More Getting into gretch guitars rockabilly arrives nothing would have happened without punk & MUCH, MUCH MORE!!!!!! BROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS
On this episode of ROCK TALK WITH MITCH LAFON - we welcome The Alarm's Mike Peters. Also, Alice Cooper's Ryan Roxie co-hosts and makes a huge announcement about his future plans. In our interview with The Alarm's Mike Peters, we discuss the band's new album Sigma, play lead off single Blood Red Viral Black (in its entirety), releasing two albums in the last two years, their upcoming North American tour, his and his wife's Jules battles with non-Hodgkin lymphoma, leukemia, breast cancer, the bone marrow registration drive at all shows, The Cult's Billy Duffy and their ColourSound project, The Alarm's relationship with Canada, the healing powers of music, resilience, Prince Charles, the Love Hope Strength Foundation, leaving The Alarm, the album Strength, and much more. Remember to stick around for bonus interview audio - where we discuss the importance of NETFLIX to The Alarm and more! Twitter: @mitchlafon Instagram: @mitch_lafon MITCH MERCH available now: https://loudtrax.com/mitch Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon is also available via: iHeart radio Spotify Apple Podcasts GooglePlay Amazon Alexa TuneIn Google Podcasts Stitcher YouTube Please subscribe! Help support the show. Please consider a donation: https://www.paypal.me/MitchLafon See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode of ROCK TALK WITH MITCH LAFON - The Cult's Billy Duffy details the band's upcoming 30th anniversary deluxe edition of their legendary album, Sonic Temple. He, also, discusses the album's history/making at length - (working with drummers Mickey Curry, Eric Singer and more), compares producers Rick Rubin and Bob Rock, his ColourSound project with The Alarm's Mike Peters, the band's current 30th anniversary tour and playing Sonic Temple (almost) in full, Kingdom Come, The Payolas, playing with Kings Of Chaos, Steve Stevens, the band's last album Hidden City, progress on the next new The Cult album, Guns N' Roses 1987 and much more. Co-hosted by producer Adam Hamilton Twitter: @mitchlafon Instagram: @mitch_lafon MITCH MERCH available now: https://loudtrax.com/mitch Help support the show. Please consider a donation: https://www.paypal.me/MitchLafon See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Riki Rachtman former host of Headbangers Ball and owner of the Cathouse sits down with the Cults Billy Duffy. The discuss the album Electric and of course share a few Cathouse tales. One story leaves Riki a little speechless.With all the historic rock performances at the Cathouse you may be surprised to know the Cathouse was initially set up as a Rock Dance Club with no Live bands. Riki Rachtman takes us back to the conception of the club and pulls us on to the dance floor where anything could and usually did happen Dancing to rock and roll? Ya it was an odd concept but it worked big time and one more time Axl Rose led the way .
The Cult's BILLY DUFFY plugs in his live rig for you on a soundstage in Los Angeles where the band was rehearsing for their current tour, which celebrates 30 years since the release of their platinum fourth album, SONIC TEMPLE. The album is being remastered for an August re-issue that will feature bonus tracks, rare demos, and other sonic goodies. In 1989, the album catapulted the Cult to a new level of touring and radio airplay, and in this interview Duffy reflects on the glories and perils of such sudden success. Also on hand is Duffy's guitar tech MATT McKENNA. No Guitar Is Safe is hosted by JUDE GOLD. Thanks to Mitch Schneider of MSO for setting up the interview. Made possible by Guitar Player magazine and guitarplayer.com.
This week's show features new music from The Alarm (w/ special guest Billy Duffy on guitar), and the latest from The Raconteurs. There's music from RRHOF inductees The Cure, Radiohead and Roxy Music, plus classics from The Fall, RUN-DMC, Motorhead, The Clash and The Dead Kennedy's. Turn on the smoking lamp, and roll a couple up. Play loud.
Agradece a este podcast tantas horas de entretenimiento y disfruta de episodios exclusivos como éste. ¡Apóyale en iVoox! Buenas tardes a todos. En este capítulo de la Gran Travesía, el número 177 de la Historia del Rock, se lo dedicamos a la banda de Ian Astbury y Billy Duffy, The Cult. Sus inicios como Southern Death Cult, su época gótica, su incursión en el rock más eléctrico, su gran éxito con Sonic Temple...hasta su disco Born into this. Rarezas, directos, caras b, éxitos, versiones, etc. Ayúdanos a compartir si te gusta el programa. Muchas gracias. Escucha este episodio completo y accede a todo el contenido exclusivo de La Gran Travesía. Descubre antes que nadie los nuevos episodios, y participa en la comunidad exclusiva de oyentes en https://go.ivoox.com/sq/489260
Eddie Trunk brings you another double dip this week! First, Five Finger Death Punch guitarist Jason Hooks calls in to discuss the band's latest album, 'And Justice For None,' his KISS pinball machines, working on the 'Hired Gun' movie about behind-the-scenes music guys, and more. Then, The Cult's Billy Duffy drops by and discusses his early influences, bands he saw while growing up in Manchester, what he's been up to, future plans for the band, sobriety, and more.
In his 40 years in music, Cult guitarist and songwriting virtuoso Billy Duffy has played with the best - Morrissey, Jagger, Iggy et al. However, it was teaming up with Ian Astbury that launched The Cult into the rock stratosphere hall of fame. With Billy’s songwriting skills and guitar wizardry The Cult enjoyed a streak of huge hits such as ‘She Sells Sanctuary’ and ‘Rain’ before calling it quits in the mid-90s and regrouping in the new millennium. Billy’s road to rock-stardom is interesting… growing up in Manchester in the seventies, Billy was friends with a teenage Steven Morrissey - who would go on to be that Morrissey. In fact, it was Billy who introduced Jonny Marr to Morrissey who went on to form The Smiths. Find out about it all in this rock ‘n’ roll episode as Billy chats to Caroline Feraday and Claire Bullivant about throwing TVs out of hotel windows, having three hairstyles at once, writing hit songs and being one of the greatest living guitar heroes of the 20/21st century… Find out more about Billy Duffy on these links: http://www.billyduffy.com http://billyduffy.mysupadupa.com https://www.instagram.com/billyduffyofficial/ Brits in the Wood: http://www.britsinthewood.com/listen http://www.britsinthewood.blog http://www.facebook.com/BritsintheWood http://www.instagram.com/britsinthewood http://www.twitter.com/britsinthewood
They played like a hard rock band and dressed like a psychedelic-goths and Love was their apex. Along with 1984’s Dreamtime this was the band at the peak of it’s powers combining Billy Duffy’s big guitars and Ian Ashbury’s souring voice with a polished production, a gothic sensibility and American Indian iconography. They would become massive international superstars on their next release (the Rick Ruben produced Electric) but were never better than on their sophomore release.. Recommended Listening She Sells Sanctuary 12” Single https://www.discogs.com/The-Cult-She-Sells-Sanctuary-Howling-Mix-and-12-Mix/release/215408 The Peace sessions https://www.amazon.com/Electric-Peace-Cult/dp/B00CZAYOWI Video Billy Duffy Pursuit of Tone https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PNOxEsgAnq4 huntsmanhill.com #huntsmanhill
From a phone interview in 1989 with Billy Duffy of The Cult, to the Suncorp Stadium sheds at Origin III, 2015, to Sweden Rock with The Angels and Jon English, this is the most epic episode ever!
SANTA KICKS THE DOOR IN... MICK ROSSI (Producer of several films with Val Kilmer and Gabriel Byrne) CHRISTOPHER WICKS (Of the Glorious w/ SCOTT WEILAND of Stone Temple Pilots, Velvet Revolver and BILLY DUFFY of The Cult) Wicks is also the owner of the clothing line English Laundry and is in studio with MARK RYAN (Bumble Bee Transformers, Robin Hood) Greg Amsler of the 'world-famous' Salt Creek Grille is in studio...
GHOSTS...THAT CAN ROCK! (FOR THE RIGHT PRICE) LEON VITALE, Stanley Kubrick's long time production ace who worked on The Shining, Full Metal Jacket etc...And got an Academy Award nomination for his film LITTLE CHILDREN is in studio. CHRISTOPHER WICKS (Of The Glorious...a music project w/Scott Weiland, Billy Duffy of The Cult who also owns the clothing line English Laundry) PRODUCER MICK ROSSI (A Kiss And A Promise, 2:22, Played) TOMMY DIETRICK (Sky Parade, The Brain Jonestown Massacre) AMIEE NASH AND THE BAND 'THE BLACK RYDER' are in studio... And The C.A.P.S CREW continues their paranormal investigation of the L.A. TALK RADIO/COMBAT RADIO STUDIOS...!
Rock legend, Mike Peters MBE joins us for episode #33 of Songs From a Padded Envelope. This episode centres around Coloursound, the band Mike formed with The Cult's iconic guitarist, Billy Duffy and closes with both the demo and mastered versions of, 'Under the Sun'. Along with the fascinating story of the formation and journey of Coloursound, there's also some great Alarm conversation, all told with Mike's trademark optimism, honesty and passion. Thanks to Mike for making time to speak with us and if you're into the podcast, please do subscribe, tell your friends and post a review on your platform of choice! Love and thanks Steve and Ben The Alarm website ( http://www.thealarm.com ) Love, Hope Strength - Mike and Jules Peters' charity ( http://www.lovehopestrength.co.uk )