Loudini Interviews The Nuclears

Meet The Nuclears EP January 2008 – District Records The Hair Stays (You Go!) EP March 2009 – MegaPlatinum Records The Nuclears LP April 2011 – MegaPlatinum Records Show Notes Read More …

A Brief History of Rock and Roll Debauchery: Rock Most Hardest Partying Bands

Lou and Keith tell us who the world’s hardest partying bands are and share some of their greatest stories of Rock and Roll Debauchery! Featured Loudini Artists: Diemonds  California Breed Read More …

All about that Bass The Top 10 Bassists in Rock and Metal

Lou and Keith discuss the top ten bassists in rock and metal based on very scientific research and years of blind side by side tests. It’s been a long time Read More …

Loudini Interviews Jesse Colin Young

Jesse Colin Young is an American singer and songwriter. He was a founding member and lead singer of the 1960s group the Youngbloods. Born: 22 November 1941 (age 75 years), Read More …

John Bonham vs. Neil Peart

Not shy about taking on a challenge, Lou and Keith get into the subject of drummers. Who is the better drummer. most influential, and has the bigger legacy….John Bonham (Led Read More …

Loudini Interviews Cam Bird

It’s not often that an artist’s life is saved by a band 8,000 miles away, but that is exactly what happened to Cam Bird, who, on the precipice of taking Read More …

Loudini Interviews Mike Thomas Marino

Mike Thomas Marino, a Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist. Insightful, Subtle and Explosive, his vintage brand Americana Rock drawls inspiration from the days growing up on a small South Jersey farm. His fire and Read More …

Zeppelin vs. Aerosmith

Lou and Keith discuss and debate who was the better blues rock band. In one corner we have the bombastic British Led Zeppelin, and in the other corner the American Read More …

Surviving The Blizzard Of Ozz

Lou Lombardi AKA Loudini, and guest host Keith Hawkins discuss one of hard rock’s most IMPORTANT debuts, the album that introduced the world to the now legendary Randy Rhoads and Read More …

Loudini Interviews The Present Age

“The present age is one of understanding, of reflection, devoid of passion, an age which flies into enthusiasm for a moment only to decline back into indolence. Show Notes   Read More …