TalkingMetal.com has posted episode 68 of their "Talking Metal" podcast. The episode is the first of a three part series featuring "black carpet" interviews host John Ostronomy conducted at "VH1 Rock Honors" on May 25, 2006 at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. This episode spotlights honorees Ian Hill and Scott Travis of JUDAS PRIEST as well as MÖTLEY CRÜE's Vince Neil, and comedian Jim Breuer, who was on hand to present JUDAS PRIEST. Also featured is a "black carpet" interview with "Talking Metal"'s own John Ostronomy conducted by VH1 VSPOT host Matt Pinfield. Additional podcast topics covered by hosts Mark Strigl and Ostronomy include Ace Frehley, Slash, and GUNS N' ROSES. The 30-minute podcast can be downloaded at this location. iTunes users can also subscribe to "Talking Metal" for free at this location.
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