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I was honored to be a guest on Rob Acompara’s video podcast “The A-Game”. Rob’s a true professional in the industry, and kept things really interesting with great questions and trivia!

Thanks to Janna Lopez for honoring the milestone that 200 episodes represents by turning the camera and microphone around and interviews me. We talk about the formation of the show, insight found along the way, and what’s to come in the future as touring picks back up.

We talk to Kevin Rankin – Drummer for music legends Flock of Seagulls and host of the show All Access Live. Kevin takes us on the always unpredictable journey of the young musician striving for success in the ever challenging rock and roll world. From Montana to Portland, Kevin recalls life changing encounters with performers who, from simply taking the time to show interest in what a young punk drummer was doing, would have an everlasting effect in how he carried himself and treated others from that point on.

This episode is brought to you by our friends Dead Skull Coffee.

MTV VJs: Best of All Access Live w/ Kevin Rankin (Alan Hunter, Downtown Julie Brown & Riki Rachtman)

Segments of our fun and spirited conversations, the best of the MTV VJ hosts! We talk about the early MTV days, what they’re up to now, some hilarious and shocking moments on- and off-air, and some great times that we’ve all shared together.

Paul’s been working feverishly on the forthcoming Dan Reed Network documentary “Slam” for years. He’s got incredible footage from the early days of the band, and interviews in phenomenal fans of the band, including Richie Sambora, Corey Glover, Steven van Zandt, Nile Rogers and more. We’ll talk about the development of the film, the ups & downs of the DRN journey and what’s left to complete to get the film launched! Hang out with us “backstage”, live on All Access Live!

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What do David Bowie, Rod Stewart, Tina Turner, Julian Lennon, Beth Hart, Eddie Martinez and Joe Bonamassa all have in common? CARMINE ROJAS played bass for every one of their bands. The biggest names in the business depend on Carmine for their low end, and rightly so: he’s the complete package. Not only can he deliver the goods as a player, his reputation as a kind soul and trusted compadre are most valuable assets. I can’t wait to bring you all “backstage” as we chat about the legendary gigs he’s had, the current all-star lineup he shares with Eddie Martinez, and what it takes to maintain a positive attitude in such a crazy time.

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