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Episode 4 features friend and nationally acclaimed comedian Rob Little sitting in with Hairball John. Set to a soundtrack of songs from KISS, Poison, Pantera and even Pat Boone (yes, THAT Pat Boone) this episode is not for the easily offended as Rob and HBJ relive youthful indiscretions and Rob shares hysterical stories of partying at casa de Pantera and a chance meeting with Gene Simmons saving a friends dog. And that's all in part one! Part two will be available next week. Tune in, rock out and laugh your a** off!

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Episode 3 features long time friend and Hairball certified Air Guitar Champion "Double G". Double G and Hairball John share humorous tales and opinions on a variety of subjects including Iron Maiden's "Trooper" beer, Mark Slaughter's ties to Vinnie Vincent, a bad, bad Gary Hoey and a drunken karaokee night with Bang Tango's Joe Leste. It also features Paul Shortino talking about the revolving door of legendary musicians in the early years of Rough Cutt. The soundtrack for this episode features Dangerous Toys, Slaughter, Iron Maiden, Cats In Boots and more, as well as new tracks from Jake E. Lee's Red Dragon Cartel and King Kobra. Tune in and rock out with over 60 minutes of music and mayhem.

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For episode 2 of Hairball John and Friends, "Not So" Silent Bob joins Hairball John for a train wreck of discussions and songs related to Vandenberg, Tesla, Black Sabbath, Guns and Roses and more. Topics range from Vandenberg's wardrobe choices from the early 80's, the vanity of encore performances at concerts, and who is really responsible for the demise of classic Van Halen. We also hear from Steven Adler of Guns and Roses regarding his fondest memories of early GnR, Jeff Keith from Tesla provides insight into the origin of Modern Day Cowboy and Ronnie James Dio casts the roll of the "fool" on other members of Black Sabbath. Tune in and rock out!

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Episode 1 features discussions, ridicule and music related to "mainstream" tracks from the likes of Tesla and Bon Jovi as well as newer tracks from Whitesnake, Scorpions and many more. Ronnie James Dio, Stephen Pearcy and Vince Neil provide insight into their respective featured songs. And HBJ and Rick relive straitjacket memories of Columbia House record club days and concert going years. Tune in and rock out!

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