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May 21, 2010

Adam introduces Steel Panther band members Michael Starr, Satchel, Lexxi Foxxx, and Stix Zadinia. They all have a laugh over names with double entendres, and Adam says his new favorite is Harry Seward. He actually had someone page that name at the airport. Adam remembers seeing the band when they were known as Atomic Punks, a Van Halen tribute band. In fact, the band broke up at one point and eventually reformed as Steel Panther. The reason for the split? One of the members broke one of the two main band rules: no sleeping with the other guy’s girlfriends (the other rule? No pooping on the tour bus.). Now reformed as Steel Panther, their latest record is called Feel the Steel. Some of their influences include Cinderella, Motley Crue, Ratt, and Van Halen. Adam points out that if you’re in a tribute band, you have to technically be better than the original band because you’re not afforded the same leeway that they are. Steel Panther wants to know what Adam considers to be the key difference between Tribute Bands and Cover Bands. Adam says that cover bands cover a multitude of songs, but with tribute bands, you know up front the type of music you’re going to hear. They discuss various tribute band names, like Tall and Oates, or Small and Oates, and they also say that AC/DC has the most cover bands of any other band. Ultimately the band concludes, ‘You can call us whatever you want, as long as you give us money.’ Adam says that Hall and Oates have a lot of shitty songs, and that Steve Miller is ‘wildly overrated.’ He points out that if you take singers who you hate and realize that they have good songs, odds are they were written by other people. Steel Panther has a lot of experience dealing with singers who can’t sing, and so they go into a long riff talking about the various celebrities, athletes and rock stars who have joined them onstage. Soon enough they bring the live show to the podcast by busting out the acoustic guitar. They jump into an impromptu singing of Lick It Up by KISS, and they also perform a hilarious ‘unplugged’ version of their song Girl From Oklahoma. The guys continue riffing on pop and rock stars from all different eras. Adam points out that CC Deville ‘looks like a Jewish woman from Long Island going through menopause,’ and the band says that Ashlee Simpson was the most difficult person to get up on stage because it was right after the infamous SNL lip-synching debacle. On the positive side, the band says Pink is real deal, as is Chester Bennington of Linkin Park fame. Finally the guys talk about bubblegum pop hotties like Ke$ha and Avril Lavigne, who Adam wants to bang mostly to wipe the smug smile off her face. Adam invites everyone to see Steel Panther live. ‘It’s more than just a show, it’s an experience.’ Upcoming tour dates include stops in Texas, Las Vegas and San Diego, but be sure to visit www.steelpantherrocks.com to get the full schedule. Produced: Donny Misraje Audio: Katie Levine Search: Gary Smith Build and Edit: Logan Moy Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

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