RockCast Episode #53, recorded LIVE at our Best of Season 2017 showcase at Route 47, February 11th, 2018! Featuring performances and backstage interviews with the seven best bands Rock Camp For Dads had to offer throughout 2017: Entre Nous, Meet The Cockers, Phunky Brewster, Evil Ways, Bobby and The Jets, Richard and The Tube Socks and the Rock Camp Horror Picture Show!
In RockCast Episode #52, guitarist and RCFD alumni Neal Mintz stops by and raves about Phish, weird sounding guitars and the exciting intricacies of the cardboard box industry! Also: the panel listen to “Waving Goodbye” by Mine on ‘Hit or Sh*t’ and the panel discuss the passing of The Moody Blues’ Ray Thomas and Motorhead’s Fast Eddie Clarke on ‘Rock Around’.
Ho ho ho! It’s our very special Rockcast Christmas Episode! Lucky us, Santa Claus (The Singing Realtor) stops by and tells us what he does with his elves in the off season and the real story behind Rudolph’s nose! Also: the panel discuses the passing of AC/DC’s Malcolm Young, Johnny fixes us a holiday cocktail, the panel write a jolly ‘ol holiday song on “3 Chords To Fame” and they tell the world their most hated Christmas songs!
Hey hey our 50th episode!! In Episode #50 a brand new camper who has never done a Rock Camp before–Mitch McMillan–stops by and talks about how he discovered Rock Camp For Dads! Also: Denise shows her incredible musical knowledge in “Rock Around”, Stan Paul Z. stops by and gives some advice, Jesse cooks gourmet grub in “Recipes For Rockers On The Go” and David shows us his guitar chops on “3 Chords To Fame”!
In Episode #49 vocalist and RCFD alumni Phil Vanner stops by and talks about rockin with Old Voltage, the best way to cook a person and his place in the Guinness Book of World Records! Also: the panel listens to the new Robert Plant single “May Queen” on ‘Hit or Sh*t’ and what their favorite songs are to get your mornings pumpin’!
In Episode #48 multi-instrumentalist and RCFD alumni Jackson Kisling stops by and demonstrates the world’s first electronic drumkit you can wear, and proves that Paul McCartney actually died in a car crash in 1966 and was replaced by an imposter! Also: the panel discusses the reformation of Queen with American Idol Adam Lambert and listen to “Sign of the Times” by Harry Styles on ‘Hit or Sh*T’.
In a very special Fathers Day episode, an actual father/son RCFD alumni duo of drummer Doug Miller and guitarist Ryan Miller stop by and talk about their obsession with Styx, “the family accordion” and even call and annoy daughter/vocalist Julie Miller Grossman at work! Also: Johnny spirals some broccoli, the panel discuss their favorite unknown artists and try to name as many father/son-related songs as they possibly can… and fail!
In Episode #46, vocalist and RCFD alumni Jools Brandt stops by and chats about the degenerate life of a disc jokey, her stint as a singing comic and her poodle Boo Boo. Also: the panel discusses the best concert merch they’ve procured, write a hit song on “3 Chords to Fame” and Jools tries her best to “Stump the Instructors”!
In Episode #45, bassist and RCFD alumni Devin Brown stops by and talks about his wake-up beer, phallic-looking packages at work and his mysterious past involving some “leaves of green”. Also: the panel discusses some sweet summer concerts, the panel plays “Name That Bass Line” and Devin completely stumps the panel!
In Episode #44, the newest addition to our RCFD team–cool guy instructor and multi-instrumentalist Adam Azra’el–stops by and talks about rockin in his band St. George’s Folly, being kidnapped by Chris Lakey and his former life as a Colorado horse breeder. Also: Paul Z Stanley gives some advice, the panel spontaneously write a song on “3 Chords To Fame” and discuss the passing of rock legend Chuck Berry.