the Pennsylvania Rock Show #587 w/ Dave Hillis

Dave Hillis started his career as a 17 year old guitarist for the legendary thrash metal band "MACE." In the mid 80’s, they released two LP’s on Enigma Records in the US and Blackdragon Records in Europe. They were featured on Metalblade Records, "Metal Massacre V"and recognized in the "Thrash-Metal Encyclopedia" and fanzines around the world, as a pioneering force in heavy metal. To this day, there is still a huge following of this pioneering...

the Pennsylvania Rock Show #585 Interview Session w/ 9 Sundays

With a style often described as nu metal, heavy rock and post-grunge, 9sundays is Kevin, John, Justin, Rob and Dave. Hailing from Pittsburgh, PA and formed in 2008 by John, Dave, and former members, 9sundays has written, recorded and released three full length albums. The current lineup has been together since 2018. 9sundays released their first album “Same to Me” in 2010 and have since released two more full length studio albums: “Cage” in 2014...

skell PARS584

www.buildthescene.com/show/pars/ Cameron Cruz Clark and Mikey P of skell drop by and give Bill and update on their new album, talk about Rock for Life, tattoos, and more on episode 584! Interview Segment 1 with skell Hear Cam interview Bill about the beginnings of Build the Scene and Rock for Life, how Bill met the guys in skell, and more. Learn about the "stages" of Rock for life. How far along is the new disc?...

the Pennsylvania Rock Show #581 Interview Session w/ Luke Weltz Band

The Luke Weltz Band is a folk rock, indie, soul, and blues band from Western Pennsylvania. They include members that play a wide variety of instruments. They have great original content and can captivate an audience. there upcoming debut record should be out in August. It consists of 15 tracks and will be the start of the bands career. They currently perform around western pa and a podcast channel on spotify called ” Worst Case...

the Pennsylvania Rock Show #580 with The Jeremy Edge Project

jeremyedge.bandzoogle.com/ Born in Greenville S.C, Jeremy started playing guitar at age nine. He grew up around 2 older sisters that were heavily influenced by the music of the 1960s, 70’s and 80s along with his Father, Joseph Floyd Edge, who was a lifetime musician and radio personality known to his friends as “Don Dudley”. Dudley had written songs for Gene Vincent, striking a #7 hit with “Dance To The Bop" (which garnered an Ed Sullivan...