17 Burst results for "Stephen Peercy"

"stephen pearcy" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

03:34 min | 6 months ago

"stephen pearcy" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Definitely panic of this Go barbecue a few years ago. Um, I was in charge of setting up all of their all of their, um, RVs that were in the backstage. And I was in the back, putting everything together when the entire band showed up and got on the RV and didn't realize I was in the back and then shut the RV door and then started practicing right there. And then I come out the back and Brendan makes eye contact with me and then just sings the rest of the song to me, and I kind of just lean there and just leaned on the counter, watching them watching them all kind of just practice a little bit After he got done, he goes, how that sounded OK, Not bad, Not bad, and he was like You two started laughing there, Which is a really good experience. And yes, it was. I was I was in all I was like, is this Is this actually happening, like pinch me, like Is this really going on so talent that something was pretty legit, though, when you see it when there's like, nobody around and they're doing things like a lot of times when we have the bands come in the green room, anything like of such and such a man? No big deal. But these are really talented musica and really people who are just like, you know, I would say some bonds, but some are but I mean, it's cool to see them and do different things. Best experience I had. I've had a lot of them. I think the one that was like a cool one. For me. That was just one of those. You can't buy moments. Um, Aerosmith and Grant is when I first got radios like 1989, and they just came out with their album that brought him back. Um I think was the director is the one before that They had a bunch of songs on them. Anyways, they were just off to rehab and we worked with a place called the starting place in Fort Lauderdale. And it was kids who were just hooked on drugs, and they needed a fresh start, and they needed to rehab and Starting place. Did that for him so He brought 30 kids backstage to Aerosmith concert down in Miami. And, um we told the van and your usual. I mean, this is 1989 Miami. 50 Gorgeous girls backstage, barely wearing anything work to the various entertainment establishments almost perfect fifteen's on the skeleton. And psycho. The manager, and we showed up with the kids like, Hey, you got the kids for the starting place? Steven Tyler goes ladies been nice seeing you. It's time for you to go and kicked every one of them out. Whoa! And kids came in. And they sat down and Joe Perry said, Like So, um, heard about you guys and told her story. And so Joe Perry was talking. It was like, So, uh, what was your favorite thing that used to get high on and they started just rapping with the kids and just have a real conversation with him. But to me, it was just an eye open was like one of the coolest experience. That is awesome. He spent an hour and 15 minutes with the kids. Good guy. So it was an abuse usually last five minutes, right? Our 15 minutes. We were there. I think we got out of like a little bit after midnight. So it was great. That was the best experience. Where's experience? I told the story before I almost punched Stephen Pearcy in the face from Rat Yes, so sound like he was. Apologized there night that the time I had a talk David Lee Roth coming back into Janis Live after he was Maxwell got hit in the eye with a quarter. So that's it. Anything for a tip today? Corey Hart? Yeah. I mean, if you wanna get backstage, just going the Wikipedia page and change the band's info say that you're the cousin and easy is that perfect? Try that right, Hoppy drive safely drive safely. Denise. Denise, you make it out the back. Yeah. My My tip is since this cat named Moe show today from 4 to 6 for an old school. But you didn't really What's gonna go on how you're really live from the Swedes studio hard? You sweating right now. Which is why I'm making noise from quick transition.

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"stephen pearcy" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"stephen pearcy" Discussed on WTVN

"Thanks for listening Josh sees with me. Dave man. Remember interview Dave Mustaine. One time I was talking to him about sky diving, and I did not bring a Metallica not one time because that is a guy. They warned me ahead of time. And, you know, I think he's a martial arts guy, too. So I was like, I ain't trying to get my butt kicked or whatever from Dave Mustaine. Although you know he is a millionaire, maybe I could have gotten It had gotten a little bit of money at one time. You were such a drunk. Metallica kicked you out before they became the biggest band in the world. Yeah, they like everybody. I would choke around with the people I worked with at that time, and I'm like, you know, before it happened, like you think I should talk to him about metallic or whatever, and I was being serious and they were like looking at me like Why would you do? Why would you bring up Metallica? You know what I'm like. Oh, and you know, it's funny when bent like you, you get it with Dave Mustaine because That was that is obviously a source of contention cause you nailed it with your comment, which they became the biggest band on Earth, you know, and still are arguably two today, But then you talk about other bands that people get This huge started and they go on, and they're in a separate band and Megadeth in enormous Bantu. I mean huge, huge following big bear. But then you see other artists that were big and abandoned. They go on to form another band. And like you get record guys telling you before you're going to interview him, Don't ask him about. For instance, Stephen Pearcy from Rat the singer from Rat when I was in a band called Arcade, So I was going to interview him and the really The short version is that him and Bobby blots or the drummer? Had this huge falling out and rat just fell apart. And so they were, like, Don't talk to him about rat and I'm like that's that's like the band that put him on the map, and you're not allowed to talk to him about that. The stuff that people really one of the the answer is to kind of like with Dave Mustaine. It would love to probably hear what he has to say about now. Are they? Are they okay? Ah, Rat must be okay, because I keep seeing that Geico commercial. I don't know if that's that's really Stephen Pearcy. But I don't know about the rest of the band that's portrayed and that commercial I don't know if that's Bobby blots or the drummer in that. I'm not sure if that's all problems around and around and don't look now, but I think we got a red rum. Yeah, that's funny, and it's funny how that's actually come full circle. And you'd have told him that back in the day you're going to do it. We're not doing that We're above that. They apparently Geico paid extremely well for that, But I don't know that. If Pierce E and the boys needed injection, Akash Psycho just gave it to him. Well, I'm sure they actually could use it for sure. No question about that..

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"stephen pearcy" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"stephen pearcy" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Increase in rats but other animals making nests under the hoods I can cause a whole lot of damage so you got to watch out for that we do have a rat problem home and car insurance I know because the guy downloading the geico yes it's downloading the song yeah that's fantastic yeah what was it it got its whatever eighteen last week all downloaded songs on the Billboard top one hundred or whatever checking in number eight do not just talking about you're talking about also but the downloads are are yes you know part of whatever they're doing yeah many things blowing up believable he hear of Borat Stephen Pearcy crawls out of bed with his coat on and goes to the mailbox and big check if they're white I think you know what it will yes that is fantastic fatal man so there's rats under the hood down yes I have been living in your car because you haven't driven anywhere yes that's good well you know sometimes they're hungry because they don't have any food because nobody's taking trash out rip it reminds me it was the absolute worst it was my mom went to start a car and it was October it was really cold at night and man I heard a poem when she went to start it and then I hear this this animal was like it was a cat yeah but one of those we got the cat I was able to get the cat out of there got to the vets save the cat all my gosh.

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"stephen pearcy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"stephen pearcy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Story the widely seen insurance commercial showing a couple saying how much they love their new house original crown molding walk in closet we do have a rat problem the commercial that cuts to the vandalism sinking but looking like they're playing there in nineteen eighty four hit round and round in the couple's basement and thanks to that commercial rounded round is now back in the Billboard top twenty in an interview with variety rap singer Stephen Pearcy pointed out the twenty twenty is the year of the rat in the Chinese calendar and he says like the song goes what comes around goes around the NBA took a major step toward getting back on the court with the league's board of governors approving a twenty two team format restarting the league season next month at the Disney campus near Orlando Florida the vote was twenty nine to one with the Portland trailblazers casting the dissenting vote teams would arrive in Disney around July seventh play an eight game slate of games starting July thirty first at the ESPN wide world of sports complex all teams will stay practice and play at Disney and the NBA finals which would have started Thursday it will stretch into October the eight game slate it's unclear if they'll be classified as regular season games will help determine the playoff seeding from there the league could have a play in tournament for the final spot in the conference postseason fields for USA radio news I'm John she was giving us to anyone America's best days are behind you got to fight for this.

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"stephen pearcy" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"stephen pearcy" Discussed on WTVN

"Right now the X. files about rent roll baby yeah Stephen Pearcy lay it down he fronted a band called arcade yeah after rat that broke up Bobby Blosser the drummer in him that like a thing blow out blah blah arcade was warming up for Bon Jovi and I was backstage for this and the record guy says to me don't ask him about rat which was always a big pet peeve of mine when the record guys would say it is a rock radio for gazillion years and the like don't ask and I go yeah because I'm gonna interview about arcade which Hey didn't they and they had like it I don't know if it was even considered ahead yeah I like what can I talk to about rap that's why he's here then you couldn't and so I didn't as a result because I didn't want to get a record guy to start trying to play hard ball or whatever and then Stephen Pearcy ends up bomb at the time I smoked he bummed a cigarette off me so I I was taller but Stephen Pearcy bomb cigarette off of me in the back of the book and you smoke Marlboro menthol light red he you ask and I know you did want now you're gonna should yeah I'm not going to pass judgment okay thank you all right so the trump administration has a new target on the immigration fraud I don't know how you feel about this but pregnant women visiting from other countries and this is in no this is something that they're a new rule they're gonna try to crack down on birth tourism so what happens is you know they come here pregnant and then any one born here is a US citizen right its birth tourists they come to hear from you know China Russia Nigeria all over himself listen to this though this is it's estimated there's no official count of babies that you know are born to foreign visitors here in the US but they're saying the estimates yearly you have a gas on how many actually not to put you on the spot all it's it's kind of staggering actual okay if you're all say fifty thousand okay so little less than that but thirty three thousand is the estimate babies are born here and part of the birth tourism if you well so you know they're going to alter the requirements for the B. visas the the visitor visas they're gonna be that you know alter this in an attempt to hopefully you know kind of Ford this or at least slow it down I just don't know how they're going to do it just feels comfy yeah but but by the same token when when you look at something like that if if you live in a foreign country and you're going to travel to the United States and your wife is pregnant are you going to plan a trip to Disneyland on her due date or in close proximity couple weeks you know what that's a great thought nobody's going to do that another words people so unless you're coming over to attend maybe a funeral or something like that you know that a lot of that has got to be premeditated it's done intentionally that's some that is a very bright thought because I didn't even never been accused of that well I I didn't even process this that that same way the other thing that I kind of what jumped out at me was let's say you're a business woman and you are you know you're on a trying to the citizen we're citizen of Russia or whatever and you're coming here and your colluding I mean if you're coming here sorry I did I just had to throw that in but you're you're coming here on official business you're literally you're legitimately going to be in the U. S. and you're going to be here doing business and if you're pregnant now this is going to get tricky because it just for the sheer can't come in if you're pregnant you just for that well I I would think any woman who was in your case there is a business person as a professional maybe maybe very hard working very dedicated says I'm not gonna let this pregnancy slowly to slow me down and maybe the baby comes early but I don't see a person like that in that position then coming back to exploit well my baby was born in the U. S. so now we're all moving over there probably successful in their own right where they are right maybe they got that in their back pocket for the future but I don't see them looking to exploit a loophole as other people Hey let's go on a trip when your you know we'll we'll plan it when you're nine months so when your due date as well and the other thing is how are they going to what are they going to get tipped off for women who are not showing right I mean if you don't say like if there isn't the bombs were it's obvious that they are you know pregnant or close to you know full term or whatever it it's not obvious how do they they're not gonna be able to put you through yeah yeah I don't know how you please you don't I mean yes that's were for me I understand the you know they want to slow this down because thirty three thousand every year we obviously know how the length of how people are linking this and then ending up they end up being able to come here illegally or they're coming here and they should they're not but the words are skipping the line as the way that they should be coming in Italy you know legally so I understand that you know what they're trying to do a thirty three thousand every year is is pretty staggering when you multiply that out times think about two thousand ten and start doing that not just over the last ten years my hunch would be if you if there was a way to track those stats out of that thirty three thousand you you if you know your your point about the the business woman thanks I bet you there's very very few cases of that you're right it's all premeditated we got to get to the states so I can have my kids yeah out of.

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"stephen pearcy" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"stephen pearcy" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"And is the producer of the trunk podcast. Follow me on social media Twitter where I most active at any trunk Instagram fan page on Facebook any trunk dot com. Is the official online home. So you. Next Thursday for another all new episode hope to see this Monday. If you're in LA come on out and join me at the rainbow for the next trunk nation, Ellie invasion, again guest scheduled include David Coverdale, Marilyn Manson, rob zombie. Of course, as always all guests are subject to change. But that's where we're looking at won't cost. You a penny to get in so come on out. And join us this coming Monday. All right. I'll see you guys next Thursday. For new episode of the podcast have a great week. Hey, this is Jordan harbinger host of the not so creatively, titled Jordan Harvard. Your show we dig into the superpowers of the world's most interesting fingers. And then we deliver them to you, right? Into your ears. It's more than just a waiting get inspired. And I get it. We're not all superheroes. That's why we give you their blueprint and include worksheets for every episode as well as answer your listener questions. So you can live. What you listen listen free to the Jordan harbinger show. Available on apple podcast and podcast one dot com. Hi, it's Jamie, progressive's number one number two employee. Leave a message at the hey, Jamie. It's me, Jamie. This is your daily pep talk. I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your Capella group mad harmony, but you will bounce back. I mean, you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name your price tool. It should be you giving me the pep talk. Now get out there, hit that high note, and take mad harmony all the way to nationals this year. Sorry pitchy. Progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates. Price and coverage match limited by state law democrat seek documents on President Trump, I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. The House Judiciary committee voted to you subpoenas. If needed to get the attorney general to release the full Muller report on Russia Republican Doug Collins says it's wrong. What the report of the molar conventions said was no collusion. They know. No obstruction. Another committees told the IRS it wants six years of the president's tax returns that breach mar-a-lago President Trump calls it a fluke that a Chinese woman got in under false pretenses. Former vice president Joe Biden weighing twenty twenty bid released a video statement acknowledging his physical contact needs to be reined in personal space reset, and I guess the food and drug administration's investigating whether electron ick cigarettes can trigger seizures in. Some people who vape I'm Jacky Quin.

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"stephen pearcy" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"stephen pearcy" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"For more information about Stephen and what the guys are going to be doing on a busy twenty nineteen hopefully, some new music and everybody can go back in their time machines relive put on out of the cellar today and go back to eighty four man. I wish we could really what I wish there was a machine that we could actually step back for for a bit would be kind of fun. But okay, it either probably is we just don't know about. Let's hope we make it as long we make long enough to see Stephen, you know. Yeah. No. Everybody's hoping fine. And we're going to get out there. Checks for this and Radha tack here we come. It'll be who knows like all into next year. There's a hat couple dates up now, but expect anymore. All right. Well, listen semi best to one I don't know the other guys but say Hello to them as well. And hopefully, I'll see you see guys somewhere on the road or L A. Lots all hit you up. We'll grab a coffee or something to be good to catch up a little bit. You got it brother? Thank you so much. All right. Steven, thanks for the time. And you got it. Thank you. Well, it seems like just yesterday. If you're about my age that nineteen Eighty-four was just here and to great records that came out, and it was thirty five years ago who the hell knew thanks to Stephen peercy. And thanks earlier, of course, to Klaus mine of scorpions talking a little bit reminiscent a bit about they're both of their landmark records for rat out of the cellar that you just heard Stephen talk about as well, some other stuff and earlier Klaus talk love it for sting thirty five years later enjoyed the conversation. I thank them both for the time. Thank you for listening to the trunk podcast. New episodes are every Thursday right here on either podcast one dot com. I tunes or ever you. Get your podcast. Also, thanks to Katy.

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"stephen pearcy" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"stephen pearcy" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"At once you go once, Robin. I used to hang their mostly at we go there. You know, we wouldn't leave for like three days. I mean, it was just crazy. You know? But it's a great. You guys hung in the motley apartment, and you would just raw sitting there like in the movie. Yeah. Yeah. Totally. You know, it was it was pretty I didn't see no mere fall on his head. But you know. But it was pretty cool. And then we had rat mansion west, you know, which is one that you've apartment three of us left in the crew our gear, and after our shows everybody would go there, you know, a couple of Molly guys lost for, you know, whoever's in town, you know, could be anybody. I don't know. That's true. All that stuff is pretty pretty spot on. I don't know about their you know, the sexual things about that. But. It was pretty crazy. Well, I want to ask you because there's a guy who grew up there and lived it was around at that time. The there's been a lot made about the movie and the fans, you know, most of the fans love it. I I would never have expected the critics to like it. Of course, they don't. But from somebody who actually lived it. I was curious what your thoughts were on it. That's good to hear good. I mean, I thought it was it was it was great. Look, you thirty five thirty six years into, you know, an hour or something. There's too many stories to tell. So you know, you do what you can do. But there that was tongue in cheek. So I thought it was cool. You know, the critics Buckum, you know, but you know, it is what it is. Great. In real realize one more thing going back out of the cellar as sitting here because when he knew I was going to be talking about the record. I pulled out the CD. I have the original original CD, it's on Atlantic. But it was made in Germany on PolyGram. It's like the early days of CDs. I have the very first one because I got it the day came out, and I'm looking at the cover and Tony contain that's twenty contain on the cover. Right. Correct. So and she was it was her legs on the cover of the EP. Right. Correct. That was March. Slows our robbing me. Do it. I should probably gonna through the rats on it. And. Yeah. So was she a attached to the bam which she was she dating robbing that time, she was dating, Robin. Off and on. I think but in the yeah. But that's his earlier that was early girl. So won't be for long before she got well known for being in the white snake videos. You actually had her on your out in covers. Yeah. And video. Yeah. That's true. I think she's I think she's a one maybe two. But I know she's in round, you know, right, right? Yeah. I'm just cover now. And I'm thinking of that. And I'm looking at never I it's hard to see her faces and full-on. So I was just wondering if that was her. But yeah, she was back for more on. Well, listen, man. Most important take care of yourself and your health, and your knees and get, you know, get healthy, man. That's nothing more important than that. And then we'll keep an eye on everything going on the rat pack dot com..

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"stephen pearcy" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"stephen pearcy" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"You have a you sent me a flyer for something you're doing in Mexico. I think a big. Nation. Yeah. Domination festival. Mexico with a ton of great bands. Alice Cooper, kiss lash Jesus you name it L storm dead Kennedys. I mean, it's it's quite a lineup. This good. So it's pretty cool. So we'll start there Vince will be there. We got the domination festival may foreign. Or Luxy hard rock. You love it. Wildflower festival, Texas, which in Texas, and we go on and on you, go to the rat pack dot com for dates we've got ton ton more to unleash. So just stay thing. Is that is that is the website for you, guys, the rat pack dot com. That's where people should go. Correct. And the last thing how about have you thought about music have you thought about making new music with rat? I know you've released a couple of solo records in the last few years that have been real good. But have you and want talked about doing new original rap music? One hundred percent. And we actually are right now. He's doing his writing. I'm doing mine got some great ideas going down. I mean, you know, let's see so yes, definitely we're gonna record some songs and maybe put out a couple or something because we can. And then see what happens. Hopefully, they'll get they'll be a record. And the last thing have you seen the dirt. Did you watch the motley movie? Yes. And I loved it. I thought it was spot on you know, because many reasons, you know, I crawl that same window you gave their, you know..

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"stephen pearcy" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"stephen pearcy" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Was that? Like that. Was that fun part? Would you party with them? Of course. He wouldn't he wouldn't party like those. But you know. Little dabble. Do you? Milteer on the road. That is amazing. No, no. I thought you said Marshall, but Milton no out we used to go to the friars club because here in Beverly Hills there, and you see these comedians most people wouldn't own now. But some are most of, but you know, the shaky greens and the Milton whoever it was it was fun. We had good times. Yeah. That's what I know. I would imagine you're manager would be around with you. I meant and that Milton Milton coming around on the road and getting on the bus. After back for more video. We did try to get them a girl in his limo. But he wouldn't go for it. Did he did he ever come out on stage in a live show because he was such a big part of those videos? Did he ever come to show? And you guys bring them out at all. He might have recall might have. I know we've, you know, we've actually hung out. You know, did hang out with them every day with our manager. But yeah. It's it's a great record it still holds up. So well, it's hard to believe it's thirty five years later. I was when I when I knew you know, because somebody from scorpions set up the the fact that love it I came out today. But then when I saw on social media that it was out of the sellers. Like, you're kidding me. Because it just doesn't feel like it's that long ago. And as you know, how to reach out to you about amend because I was just amazed in that on this day thirty five years ago to great records came out you remember where you hip to the Scorpio. I mean, you must have been hip to scorpions. You obviously knew that their record came out the same dad with think back, then right? Yeah. We knew knew them. And you know, I'm good stuff and went out it's shows without and and you know to this day still acquaintances here and there so. Yeah. Broadened turned me onto the scorpions in the seventies. With. When you know the player for Michael was even John Roth yearly newly and so I got a better fan ever since. So listen before let's go let's get up to speed now on what's going on with rat. At the moment, all the all the lawsuits, and all that stuff is that all behind you. Now is that put to rest or where things stand? Dwell on all that it's over over next. Okay. So you're good. So well because it's. You're going. Okay. All right. So your health. Let me ask you about that. Because obviously, you know, I was concerned. And a lot of people are concerned about some bad up. You had on stage. Anything you want to say about that? And how are you feeling now? I am feeling really good. And you know, I used to were stumbles back in the day. I'm sure everybody did. But yeah, I my knees were given out. So I have both knees replaced, and I'm like going, oh, we don't cancel show. And did I know as I got, you know, take care of pain management this blue a couple of kids. Tight. Now, my knees great. I'm hard core therapy. And that's it ready to go on the road bay fourth. So you've had both knees replaced is that what you went through knee replacement on both knees recently. Yeah. And the left boards twice. Oh, man..

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"stephen pearcy" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"stephen pearcy" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"What it was like for you guys on that scene. And how you got signed to make this record where where it was there. A lot of people looking at the band was there a bidding war what was going on. I we were the last noticed with them really strange since we selling out all these clubs. We're house band at the whisky. And and we were just, you know, wondering, hey, everybody's getting signed, you know, And then eventually we were sold out show. And I don't know if it was a palace wherever in LA and somebody from my plant was out there, and they approached or blue hill, I think no Marshall Berle our manager. Ben. Marshall Berle Marshall Milton mill boroughs, nephew, right? Yeah. Because of the EP he worked at and got attention, and and somebody came out from Atlantic to see is that gig. And I actually lead afford was opening if I'm correct? And she didn't wanna play in front of rats. She didn't play and that's a good. We got signed. Oh, wow. That's amazing. We had we had our our on the tour on our tour anyway. So yeah. Yeah. And the videos, obviously, three huge videos from this record that were all over MTV back in the day wanted man round and round. And of course, back for more and the Milton Berle being in your videos was was certainly something that was unique in that a lot of people were talking about at the time talk a little bit about that. And how much those videos meant do you have any great memories or stories about making any of those videos? Sure. A lot of them. I mean, the band was to go to shoot where they're all these women. But the videos were just brand new, and you know, when we had Berlin round he pretty much took over. I mean, Don blitz for big audio dynamite. Producer director or something. And but Marshall bro have a lot to do with the video still. But we had note that in there he took over, you know, darn went okay television. We just did what we came up with the ideas of somebody fall into the ceiling and rats. You know? Rats everywhere. And it was it was it was spirits. But then again, you all of a sudden became actors, you know, so interesting, why didn't that was great. That was that was real pretty real and. What was the other one? We did back for more right back for more. Oh, yeah. That was just another Fun Radio. You don't have an there. In there. You know, tawny? And everybody was just big party video. You know, where did you do wanted man because that's the whole country western vibe one where where did you shoot that? Oh, it was. It was. Ol- Tucson or something? I thought you know, might be incorrect. I think it's old shoes we bid on the road. But it was out in this. You know, movies set place and fun way. It was incredibly fun. And was when Marshall Berle was in those videos in like it was his nephew. That was managing you at the time. Which is how that all happen. Did he ever hang guys? Like did he come out on the road ever? Did you ever come to shows? Did he become a fan of the band or was he just all having fun fun being in the videos? He would come out all the time. Yeah. Japan Europe, ever. With one of the going. What was that? Like that. Was that fun part? Would you party with them?.

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"stephen pearcy" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"stephen pearcy" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"No we actually worked on it for bit. And did it live. And like, I said, it wasn't the proper bridge. You know, a new ad from the beginning. There was something that not were out there. But we play it live casually. You know, we always try out new songs and went over. Well, you know, then just developed in the studio. And fortunately millions of albums later. It was a way cool. You know? Did you take you guys by surprise when this record? And that song became such a big big song. I mean, were you guys prepared for that? I mean, you've been knocking around a little bit on the scene the EP had come out here. It is. You know, a lot of the outside of southern California. A lot of people don't know who. That is and then all of a sudden this debut album Atlantic records, and I mean, it just hit quick obviously a lot driven by MTV in the video to harvest that. Yeah, we were ready to go put it that way. You know, our competition was or so we went out there and just had added a hundred percent. Yeah. Right. Let's let's talk about some of the other songs on the record to the other one, which is one of my all time favorite. Route songs is is back for more. Was that newly written for the record was there where they're things on this record that had been knocking around for a bitter with dude everything come together for this record specifically. Well in your direction and back I was playing or wrote those in Iraq. And we started playing those the other water that, you know, one comes up with she wants money, then we want, and I did, you know, lots of communication it. Depended Robin would bring in I'm insane and Robin von scene of the crime. It was it was just songs into the pot and whatever worked. To to my favorites on here that are more of album tracks you're in trouble, which I always loved and you mentioned in your direction. I didn't know the history on that. What's interesting about that is that's the one song on this record that you're the sole songwriter on then that's got a killer. Guitar riff on it to do you write a lot? Do you play a lot of guitar when you right? A hundred percent. Yes. Definitely. I mean, there's cars everywhere. The last six months of my niece surgeries of that's all I do is play the toner and write songs, you know. So I'm a guitar player at first, but. You know? So I played torn right song. See I think a lot of people would realize that. Because obviously in in rat. You were just the front man, you really don't play guitar live with the band. So I don't would even really think that. But I don't think you can write a song like. Like in your direction without being able to our 'cause that's riff. Yeah. I think it was that from Oracle's goes back to kind of make your at two. But the other songs, you know. I mean, it was amazing. How somebody just would just their morning after and Louis crazy and Robyn, you know, Robyn would come up with some good licks, and you know, warn, and so the way we went we love. How did you guys Steven? How did you guys get discovered? In other words, you did the EP and the metal fan certainly knew about the EP and it was out independently. But obviously, it's a big jump to go from that to a deal with Atlantic records, and and all and the and the leap that was taken from that to the debut album thirty five years ago talk a little bit about that process. Because you know, there's a lot of people talk about what's going on on the sunset strip. Now. The motley Crue movie is out. I don't know if you've seen it, but that's sort of paints that whole era if you will talk a little bit about for rat..

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"stephen pearcy" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"stephen pearcy" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Alie lots and lots of ideas. And I something we haven't lost excitement to create something new. And even if it would be just for a couple of new songs all that said, you know, that's also something wanna refresh I was set which is absolutely necessary. Like, some some of fence mentioned again and again on Facebook. Of course, this might be a good reason to to have to write a couple of new songs. But if it really feels good, and we really have a good run. You know, who knows it might turn into a new album. And if it doesn't I mean, you, you know, you've got such a catalogue ah music to play that. I mean, everyone would love to hear some new songs. But at the same token with the catalogue, you you have you can't possibly play it all as it is. So you can also go back and go to the archives and go into the catalog and throw some things in that people haven't heard in a long time, which the audience think would be a new song probably. Yeah. Probably. That's right. You know? It's an amazing cut of music. Yes. Yes. Yes. That couple of tracks that might find their way into set lists. But stew for us. It feuds much more exciting to to come up with something brand new, you know. Cool. But after all these years, and I know some bands our generation, it takes some years, sometimes, you know, to to really create and write new songs and the new album. And so if you wanna do it, you know, then you have to have to you have to have a good reason to do it. That means you have to have rate Materia where you feel this should be out. You know? And this is something we should play out there for fans, and also which was you know, with Mickey and the band, you know, you can imagine. And this is what I think many of our hardcore Skopje's fans follow us around the world. Expect is probably an album that's more that's more focused on the outer edge. You know with Mickey in the band. I can see it. You know that we go there and and rugged real heart. It It would would. be really cool. I mean, it's a challenge after all these years. It really is a challenge. Not to think balance, but think blackout or love it was thing, you know. And but I'm up for it. You know, and let's see what the future will bring. That's great. And the best news here is you're not talking anything about retirement at all. So it sounds like there's still plenty of life left in scorpions. Yeah. That's plenty of life in the scorpions. And we last couple of years where really heavy, and we're touring around around the globe, and even pick up cover new places like Austrailia New Zealand, China, you know, so even it was based on you know, we went to far away places, and it's being so much of fun for most of it. And we really enjoyed it to reach out there, and you know, to to face new challenges and just go for it. You know, it's like come on scars. You played everywhere. No come on. Somewhere in the world. You haven't hit yet? Exactly. You know? It's I mean, you find always places on the map, but like in the old days in our office. We had like a word map on the wall. You know, put lots and lots of needles and every new city of new country, we played I would say in two thousand nineteen we're running out of needles were running on places to go, you know. But it's a lot of places we love to come back to. Well, plus, I greatly. Appreciate the time today. And before I let you go..

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"stephen pearcy" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"stephen pearcy" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"And it was like, nah, come on closet. And how this is not is not good enough. No, come on you go back you come up with something much. But you know, and when I've found rookie like hurricane everybody went. Yes. This is like. Totally cool. And it sounded like it was the hoop line that that fits like a glove on the music, you know, and then it was a lot of fun. You know to come up with the worse. And of course, some of it Herman me did together, and that was just a fun ride. And we knew we had really winnow. You know, I'm looking at and one other thing is I look at the notes it says real small in the liner notes here backing vocals on bad boys, running wild and the same thrill yelled by the razzle band with ask kicked by Klaus. St. remember that? Yeah. Yeah. In in German. It means what you pronounce it. Yeah. But if you translate into the rental band or gang, the red our gang, it's more like it. You know? So it's like that's been the. Yeah. It's like a it's like a gang. But in a fun way, you know, and yeah, there's those guys I mean the rest of the band, including I think everybody came in to do some those. Yeah. For those big hook line kind of shouting beckon Volkers. But it's what when we when we talk about the most sensitive stuff with means, you know, to take all these higher voices in on these in the songs that was that was not the moment for the other know because there was always me, you know, because I was only for the the rough and tough, you know, and and scream it out loud stuff. But when when it comes to. Really sing the song thing to put on a uniform on the on the track. You know, then it was always me, and at many, many, good ideas. Also, and also, many many voices that were much much higher than I could even sing, you know. Before you, go Klaus. Let me get a little update on what's going on. Now with scorpions. You mentioned this show you have coming up in Rio. But. What is what is twenty nineteen looked like for the band? Are you talking about music? Are you gonna come over and do some more shows in the US house? The how things. Do you think we're just enjoy like something like a creative break, and which comes unfortunately, tune ins presume, but the good thing is we all come together in the next two weeks, or so and spend some time hanging out sharing ideas, you know, and working on rough new songs, and let's see where we go where we where we go from there, you know? So really it's good to to come together and really enter creative land. Again, you know, and since we we start where we pick up touring in two thousand nineteen in the summer actually in in June. We play like something like the download festival in Madrid or Copenhagen Copenhagen Denmark. You know, so we go all over Europe to Portugal, we go to Poland. A lot of. Places. And then we go to South America. We do a lot of shows in Brazil, including at the fault of October actually rock in real. And we're looking very much to that. And after that, we also play shows in in Columbia in Chile and for the very first time also Ecuador and so- sounds like really exciting. We're excited to go back there. And then after that, we have another two in Russia and Ukraine and Belarus. And then it's almost Christmas. I guess and we hoped we have a chance to come back in two thousand twenty two the United States, and hopefully with some new music, you know, like I said we go into studio now in April, and let's see what comes out of it and everybody comes with hopefully..

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"stephen pearcy" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"stephen pearcy" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"And of course, we support to all those was black on Levitra sing with lots and lots massive touring especially in America, you know, and where the great time, and I remember after the recording sessions for Lubbers thing. The next day we went straight on the road. And we were out there for. I think two years played so many shows around the world, including rock in real the first one in general eighty five and we go back there this year in Akobo, we play rock in Rio together with our maiden and many other bands, and is wonderful after all these years, we go back to Brazil and play rock and real. Nineteen Eighty-four over again scorpions and iron maiden in real. It's. Perfect. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You know? So it wants a lot of rehearsing the songs, and then going to calm, and when Jimmy and and Bobby came in you know, they were just stepping in. We had some issues with with Herman Francis. At the time, you know, maybe it was just all about come Hong is you have to give to percents. You know, everybody knew this is it we have to work, really hard. And on the percent is not enough. You know, so atmosphere was one thing wonderful studios in those days, and we needed this kind of change. And and and of course, the end of the day it was a challenge on on Herman Francis. And when we came back from Sokol them, they came back with us into the studios and was on cool was a good vibe between us, and and they they nailed it as well. You know, they they got the message. You know, writing I'm looking over the the liner notes in this record right now. And it's interesting because you and Rudolf basically wrote the entire record. The only thing that there's a hermit has co writes on lyrics onto songs, but the rest of the record is all you. And and Rudolf writing the entire record. Did you guys when you came up with this material knowing how much pressure there was did you how did that work? Did you sit in a room together? And actually, right or did you do it individually where were these all ideas that were just for this record or stuff both of you had been knocking around and also tell me Claus about the language barrier. Because at the time, I mean, you always you always sang in English was scorpions. But I imagine over time you got a better grasp on writing in English and speaking and singing in English, right? Absolutely. You know? But it was still like, yeah. It's that's something. When you talk about the language barrier. You know, it's it's an important thing as well. I mean, I was used to to think in English, you know, writing songs, but still of course, you know, it's it's not so easy and Herman since he lift a couple of years in in in London became before you joined the scorpions, it's English wasn't definitely better than any of us. You know? So it was it was good to to ride with him. And I think we did a bad boys running why together, you know. And of course, especially for like a hurricane. We were looking. I mean, we knew this song. It's this riff. It's like a killer ref, you know, and we knew this needs like a hook line. But it was not easy to to find that hook and. I think I came up with the versus you know, and it reflected like the the the duddy rock and roll lifestyle on the roads. Specially in America, you know, and the bitches hungry. She needs to tell give inches and feet, or well, you know, this was totally Herman in and it worked so well in that song, and when I found the hook line rock you like a hurricane, you know. This was like a big win on, you know. And I think we've finished up the lyrics together in the studio. It was like especially for like a hurricane. He was like in and out we presented some lyrics to the band, or I did, you know. And it was like, nah, come on closet. And how this is not is not good enough. No, come on.

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"stephen pearcy" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"stephen pearcy" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"He trunk dot com. Is the website other things coming up, including on my volume show, the next trunk top twenty a lot of people have been asking when the next one is coming. It's here it's coming this Tuesday, and it'll be Led Zeppelin. My gosh was this hard to pick twenty just brutal. So if you want to engage in that listen to my twenty which will air on volume channel one oh six this Tuesday, two two four nine to eleven eastern and then Wednesday, and I would probably considering zeppelin. Thank most. Of the week will be as we usually do when we do the trunk top twenty's. If you listen reactions and people with their own lists and celebrity lists and all that. So that's what we have going on. Also coming up April twenty fifth. I will be at the seminal hard rock in Hollywood, Florida hosting a show with whitesnake whitesnake getting ready to release their new record. Like, I said Coverdale one of the guests scheduled to be on this coming Monday from LA and the next LA invasion, and then I'll get to see whitesnake do their thing on the twenty fifth at the hard rock in Hollywood, the next show that I'll be hosting there. In south Florida. Like, I said keep an eye on the social media a lot of stuff going on. And I also have a vacation we coming up the week of April fifteenth. So looking forward to that catching a little break away from everything for a few days, which is always good to kind of recharge the batteries a bit. So long long long overdue vacation week coming up and that'll be the week of April fifteenth. So we'll. Get your podcast though. But still get you always get you something.

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"stephen pearcy" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"stephen pearcy" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Getting a fraction of what happens on a daily basis on my show on Sirius XM hope you sign up hope you join me and everybody else around the world, you're getting a little taste of what I do on a daily basis on the radio show. So not a lot of chitchat at the top here because we have two interviews for you this week that I wanna bring you both were done a couple of weeks ago 'bout I guess about a week ago. We can change. I don't have the exact date in front of me. And both were celebrate the thirty fifth anniversaries of landmark hard rock records thirty five years ago. And well, let me give you the date. Actually, let me look it up on my phone. So I can tell you. When this actually took place. So. Thirty five years ago as of March twenty seventh. That's when these interviews took place thirty five years ago on that date, March twenty seventh nineteen Eighty-four too. Great hard rock records were released rats out of the cellar, which was their major label full length debut and scorpions love at first sting, which was their enormous breakthrough record after blackout very much set the stage. This was really the record that put them over the top in America, really interesting when you consider that for rat. This is their most highly regarded record, and it was their debut full length, and for scorpions a lot of people looked at them as new band, even though of it for sting was their ninth record. So on this day on the twenty seventh just weak and change ago. I had call into my volume show the lead singers of both bands to talk about these records thirty five years later, Stephen peercy called in at and talk. Stephen in a while to reminisce a little bit about the record. And give us a little update on what's going on with rat. Which these days only includes him and Juan Krause as original members. So you'll hear from Stephen second in the podcast. But first, we have an international phone, call with the always, entertaining and always engaging Klaus Mina of scorpions both of these guys have known for many, many years done, many many things with them over the years, and they're both still chugging along rat is looking at doing some dates scorpions as you're about to hear are going to be doing shows. But all of it will be outside of America for twenty nineteen. They plan on doing stuff in the US in twenty twenty. So we're every listening the podcast if you're outside of the US may be you are getting some Scorpio states near you. We'll see or you'll see. But anyway, we'll talk. We'll have the Claus. Do double dip this week post Claus. I that will come up immediately. And then the. Second interview will be Stephen peercy talking about out of the cellar and a little update on what's going on with rat. Which like I said is consolidated now back to one band with him and won- being these solar original members. I have not seen this lineup of the band yet. So that's what we have for. You. We go down we go back to nineteen Eighty-four down memory lane on the trunk podcast this week remembering love it for sting out of the cellar, which both came out on the same exact day thirty five years ago as of March twenty seventh as usual follow me on social media at any trunk Twitter Instagram and the fan page on Facebook and.

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