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Marc Labelle (Lead vocalist of Dirty Honey) - Back in 2019, Dirty Honey became the first unsigned band to have a #1 hit on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Songs chart with “When I’m Gone”. They co-headlined the “Young Guns” tour with Wolfgang Van Halen’s Mammoth WHV and have opened for The Who, The Black Crowes, KISS, Alter Bridge, Skillet and even Guns N’ Roses on the “Not In This Lifetime'' tour.
Marc and Kasey will discuss everything from favourite 80's Aerosmith songs, vocal health and Dirty Honey's recent gigs opening for Guns N' Roses to partying with Sammy Hagar and The Glorious Sons.
Ratt – Lay It Down
Billy Idol – Flesh For Fantasy
Poison – Nothin’ But A Good Time
Cinderella – Shake Me
Skid Row – Big Guns
Bowling For Soup – I Ran (So Far Away) (Flock Of Seagulls cover)
Danger Danger – Naughty Naughty
Whitesnake – Slide It In
The Donnas – Safety Dance (Men Without Hats cover)
Britny Fox - Girlschool
Kix – Blow My Fuse
AC/DC – Sink The Pink
Hollow Drive – Danger Zone (Kenny Loggins cover)
ZZ Top – Got Me Under Pressure
INXS – What You Need
Punk Rock Factory – Down Under (Men At Work cover)
Peter Gabriel - Sledgehammer
Handsome Young Ladies – Everybody Wants To Rule The World (Tears For Fears cover)
Def Leppard – Pour Some Sugar On Me
Rick Derringer – Real American
Fox – Beds Are Burning (Midnight Oil cover)
Dirty Honey – No Warning
PLUS: Kasey’s roommate and confidante, Doug “I ate your Jane Fonda workout tape and replaced it with Sweatin’ To The Oldies” Mcfly, can’t decide what to wear on his date so Kasey and Siri’s caustic cousin, Miri attempt to help Douglas dress for success only to discover that his wardrobe consists mostly of 80’s relics like a polo shirt with an alligator on it and a Cosby sweater. The motley crew attempts to answer burning questions such as, does Doug look like Tom Selleck? Vaurnet or Raybans? To Swatch or not to Swatch? Is Doug’s date with Ms. Pac Man?
Kasey’s Hollywood Remake : Kasey takes you into a tailspin as he recasts the 80’s action extravaganza that is Top Gun with the likes of Twiggy the water-skiing squirrel, Fran Drescher, Gedde Watanabe and a talking bowl of minestrone soup
Favorite Album Of The 80’s : Some special guests pick their favorite album of the 80’s including Brian Andreas of Andreas, Matt Hughes from The Matt Hughes Band and members of Cage Fight , Graveshadow, Elektric Mistress, Supermodel Taxidermy, Iron Kingdom and Upon Your Grave.
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Norman Greenbaum- The writer and performer of the Seventies classic, “Spirit In The Sky” joins Kasey for a conversation about all things Seventies from his favourite bands, artists, TV shows and album covers to eight- tracks, the evolution of musical equipment and recording techniques.
Of course, Norman and Kasey will also have an in depth discussion about “Spirit In The Sky”. Norman will reveal several things you probably didn’t know about the song and take you behind the scenes and into the making of the iconic track. He’ll talk about his set up (including the infamous “Spirit In The Sky” Telecaster), the production, the lead up to, follow up and fallout of one of the greatest songs of all time.
Montrose – Bad Motor Scooter
Nazareth – Razamanaz
AC/DC – What’s Next To The Moon
Ozzy Osbourne – Stayin’ Alive (Bee Gees cover) (feat Dweezil Zappa)
Cactus – Let Me Swim In Your Ocean
Thin Lizzy – The Rocker (Live)
Little Feat – Teenage Nervous Breakdown
Aerosmith – Chiquita
Rose Tattoo – Rock N Roll Outlaw
The Cranberries – Go Your Own Way (Fleetwood Mac cover)
Blackfoot – Dancin’ Man
KISS – Strutter (Live)
Lynyrd Skynyrd – The Ballad Of Curtis Loew
Faster Pussycat – You’re So Vain (Carly Simon cover)
Fanny Adams – Ain’t No Loving Left
Foghat – Slow Ride
The Ozark Mountain Daredevils – If You Wanna Get To Heaven
Vains Of Jenna – Refugee (Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers cover)
Procol Harem – Whiskey Train
Kula Shaker – Hush (Deep Purple cover)
The Outlaws – Green Grass And High Tides
Norman Greenbaum – Spirit In The Sky
PLUS: Kasey has decided that just about every toy from the Seventies was more dangerous than most of today’s conventional military weaponry and sounds off on the awesome absurdity of the Easy Bake Oven, Slip N’ Slide, Shrinky Dinks, Fisher Price Medical Kit, Kabangers and Clackers. He’ll dole out some stupendous Seventies facts from the average price of everything from a loaf of bread to a gallon of gas and Kasey’s Sleestak looking roommate, Doug “I have the eyes of Mr. Furley and the body of Fat Albert” Mcfly drinks Pop Rocks and a Coke while wearing a leisure suit.
Favourite Album Of The 70’s : Some special guests pick their favourite album of the Seventies including Will Hunt from Evanescence, Al Harlow from Prism, Brit and Dan from Lotus Shaker, “Downtown” Dave Brown from Bigmotorgasoline and Landon Martin from 1952 Productions.
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Will Hunt : Yes, God of Thunder (and drum rolls), Will Hunt (Evanescence, Black Label Society, Tempest) is swinging by The Kasey Ferguson Show! Will and Kasey are discussing everything from Will filling in for Tommy Lee with Motley Crue and his approach to the last minute fill in gigs he's done with others such as Slaughter, Static X and Staind to his new project, Tempest, in which he's churning out killer covers of Tool and Slipknot! He'll also reveal the secret to that incredible Evanescence drum sound, talk their latest album "The Bitter Truth", working with iconic producers like Nick Raskulinecz (Alice In Chains, Foo Fighters), Ulrich Wild (Dethklok, Deftones) and legendary video director Dean Karr (Ozzy Osbourne, Iron Maiden).
Bad Wolves - Lifeline
Bullet For My Valentine – Shatter
Arch Enemy – Handshake With Hell
Asking Alexandria – Never Gonna Learn
Point North – Dark Days (feat. Jeris Johnson)
Stand Atlantic – Hair Out
Black Veil Brides – Crimson Skies
Mors Principum Est – Livin’ La Vida Loca (Ricky Martin cover)
Lordi – Beast Of Both Worlds
Candlebox – My Weakness
Armored Saint – Reign Of Fire (Live)
Windwaker - Beautiful
The Issue – Fallin’
Never Elected – Where You Belong
Agony Incorporated – Keeping Score
Horojo Trio – Hard As I Can
Tempest – Dead Memories (Slipknot cover)
PLUS: Kasey threatens to “Smith smack” his roommate and confidante, Doug “slower than an Amish drag race” Mcfly for making TWO trips to the dispensary for happy cabbage whilst on a beer run. Kasey also sounds off on gas prices being “higher than giraffe pussy”, what he’d like to do to Vladamir Putin, professionalism, getting mooned by a homeless man and why he bothers to do a show at all.
The Short List: Kasey has compiled a list of spoilers for the new season of Stranger Things, including (but not limited to): something 80’sy happens, El’s bloody noses turn out to be the result of excessive nose picking, the Enterprise shows up and kills everything in the Upside Down on their lunch break, new version of theme song performed by Ray Parker Jr., a drunken Sean Astin crashes through the set and asks “what about Bob?” and Dustin is revealed to be a cyborg with a laser penis.
Kingston Ribfest And Craft Beer Show : Kasey gets snake-faced at his hometown’s celebration of suds and talks tipsy juice with Broadhead Brewing, Collective Arts, Bangarang and festival organizer, Guy Exley. For some reason, Kasey thought it would be a great idea to challenge several brewers to a game of Rock, Paper, Scissors (yes, on the radio) and goes on a drunken, godlike winning streak before being dethroned and defeated by….you’ll have to tune in to find out!
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Jonny Lang- Jonny burst onto the scene in 1997 at just 15 years of age with the multi platinum album Lie To Me. Tours followed with everyone from The Rolling Stones and Aerosmith to BB King and Jeff Beck. He's also recorded with the likes of Santana, Buddy Guy and Double Trouble.
In early 2021 Jonny announced that due to ongoing vocal issues that he was cancelling all confirmed appearances. It’s been radio silence ever since. So, Kasey has dug into his archives to retrieve his 2017 interview with Jonny who was then healthy, happy and celebrating the release of his incredible and most recent album, Signs. Jonny will talk in depth about the album (including guitar tones and production choices), recording with Mick Fleetwood, John McVie and Steven Tyler, and his vocal health at the time. Jonny will also play word association and do his best to sum up some of the amazing people he’s worked or rubbed elbows with over the years in Bill Clinton, Zakk Wylde ,Willie Nelson, Dan Aykroyd, John Goodman, Santana, Ronnie Wood, Jesse Ventura, John Popper , Marti Frederiksen and more!
David Gogo – Sad And Lonely
Colin James – Real Stuff
George Thorogood – Long Gone
Eric Sardinas – I Can’t Be Satisfied (Muddy Waters cover)
ZZ Top – Fearless Boogie
Gary Moore – Oh, Pretty Woman (feat Albert King) (Albert King cover)
Jeff Beck – Right Now
The Jeff Healey Band – See The Light
Kenny Wayne Shepherd – In 2 Deep
Jonny Lang – What You’re Made Of, Happiness And Misery, Lie To Me
PLUS: It’s karaoke time and Kasey’s roommate and confidante, Doug Mcfly insists he doesn’t need to do any vocal warm ups. Can Douglas “I Ate Your Bottle Of No More Tears Shampoo” Mcfly hit the high notes at the end of Aerosmith’s “Dream On” without said warm up? Of course not! However, you’ll have to tune in to hear just how bad it was.
In This Moment - Prayers
Five Finger Death Punch - The Way Of The Fist
Atreyu - You Give Love A Bad Name (Bon Jovi cover)
Machinehead - From This Day
Godsmack - Cryin' Like A Bitch
Fozzy - Judas
Anthrax - Catharsis
Accept - Pandemic
Megadeth - Whose Life Is This Anyways?
Pantera - Fucking Hostile
Crowbar - Planets Collide
Through Fire - Stronger
PLUS : Kasey is mad enough to set rainbows on fire and kick unicorns in the face. He'll tell the tale of the mental marshmallow masquerading as a bartender who made the mistake of trying to admonish him for shaking hands with his longtime friend during the pandemic and pose important questions such as...does Raggedy Ann have cotton tits?
Jay Gordon : Jay is the lead vocalist of the platinum selling band, Orgy . The band are best known for their hit rendition of New Order's "Blue Monday" from their debut album "Candyass" which has sold nearly 2 million copies. Jay will discuss the vibe backstage on the Family Values tour with Korn, Limp Bizkit, Rammstein and Ice Cube, signing to Korn's Elementree record label, performing in front of 30,000 people on their first show, the origin of the group's sci-fi inspired look and most importantly...motorboating. Don't miss this anarchic interview from the KFS archives!
Korn - Here To Stay
Breaking Benjamin - Shallow Bay
Rammstein - Stripped (Depeche Mode cover)
Mercy Drive - Over
Disturbed - The Game
Rumsfield - Whale Tears
Linkin Park - Points Of Authority
12 Stones - Broken
Incubus - Pardon Me
Limp Bizkit - Rollin' (Air Raid Vehicle)
Orgy - Fiction (Dreams In Digital), Opticon
PLUS : Doug Mcfly, (the fattest, soda sucking excuse for a house fly in a 739 block radius) is drinking all of Kasey's delicious Dr. Peppers , Cousin Miri plays "Guess What I Ate" and Kasey believes that the sticky fingered sarcomas he calls landlords are going to jack up his rent again because of the building's newest tourist attraction, Bud, the hallway spider with a rat in his mouth.
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Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal : Many of you know Bumblefoot from his 8 year stint with a little band called Guns N' Roses or from his fret shredding solo albums but he's not one to rest on his laurels. Bumblefoot has two killer projects on the go in Sons Of Apollo featuring Billy Sheehan (David Lee Roth, Mr. Big) , Mike Portnoy (Dream Theater, Winery Dogs), Derek Sherinian ( Black Country Communion, Alice Cooper) and Jeff Scott Soto ( Journey, Yngwie Malmsteen) as well as Art Of Anarchy with former Creed vocalist Scott Stapp. He's also become the lead vocalist and guitarist of Asia (yes, the "Heat Of The Moment" Asia!)
In the first part of this interview from the archives, Ron will discuss shooting his video for "Don't Know Who To Pray To Anymore" in 3 different countries and doing battle with immigration officers, airlines and spiders.
Adrenaline Rush - Adrenalin
Down N Outz - Rock N Roll Queen (Mott The Hoople cover)
Skarlett Riot - Break
Outlaws & Moonshine - Different Kind Of Man
Sault - Save Me
Holly West - When The Levee Breaks (Led Zeppelin cover)
Bonecrusher - Christmas Time Again
Cardinal's Pride - Love
Hardknocks - This One's For Us
Dirty Thrills - Lonely Soul
Old Breed - For Christmas
I, The Dreamer - Rise
Bumblefoot - Don't Know Who To Pray To Anymore
Art Of Anarchy - No Surrender
PLUS : Kasey and Doug Mcfly, the most festive fly in a 56 block radius, exchange gifts and get blasted on egg nog . Kasey's also talking about his gig as MC of Skullfest (including the lovely lass who motorboated herself with his face). By popular demand Kasey's telling more stories about the colourful characters he worked with in his kitchen days including a grill cook who once soiled himself while preparing food for the public!
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Danko Jones - Start The Show
Saliva - Click, Click Boom (Every 20 Years version)
Trashboat - Silence Isn’t Golden
Starset – Infected
Ice Nine Kills – The Shower Scene
Gemini Syndrome – Reflection
Crazy Lixx – Weekend Lover
Stone Whiskey – Empty Eyes
King Zebra – Wall Of Confusion (feat. Guernica Mancini of Thundermother)
Inglorious – Medusa
Marta Gabriel – Metal Queen (Lee Aaron cover)
Edge Of Paradise – Edge Of Paradise
Orianthi - Impulsive
Sunlust – Existor
Sue Foley – Dallas Man
The Picturebooks - Rebel (feat. Lzzy Hale of Halestorm)
Shy, Low – Where The Light Bends
Plus, what Kasey’s sick of hearing (outside of the word, no), why he’s a bad person, his quest for a dancing flower toy from the 80’s and the flabbergasting asking price that finally put an end to said mission.
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A featured episode from The Kasey Ferguson Show's archives
Interview: Erin Alexander And Katey Potter from Cowbell Brewing Co. Kasey's all hopped up at the Kingston Ribfest And Craft Beer Show 2017 talking to the gals from Blythe, Ontario's craft brewery Cowbell Brewing about both their Renegade beers (such as the Mint Pale Ale) and their Founder series (such as Doc Perdue's Boxing Bruin I.P.A.). Kasey also decides to cash in Ferguson and change his name to Kasey Sparling much to the delight of the Cowbell Brewing babes, imbibes and inquires about Cowbell's Imperial Stout and provides play by play commentary as the action unfolds at the beer festival.
Sponge - Plowed
Guns N' Roses - Locomotive
Lynch Mob - No Good
Kopek - Cocaine Chest Pains
Cry Of Love - Too Cold In The Winter
Kid Rock - Rock N Roll Jesus
The Black Crowes - Go Faster
Double Trouble - Rock N Roll (Led Zeppelin cover) feat Susan Tedeschi, Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Charlie Sexton
Stargunn - Get Your Rock On
Maeder - No Grass Is Greener
PLUS : Kasey has a new Weather Girl! He wanted the best but the best don't work for free so he got the best he could find on no budget : Siri's argumentative Cousin Miri.
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