Black Star Riders’ Damon Johnson and former Guns N’ Roses manager Doug Goldstein join Mitch Lafon in celebrating 100 episodes of One On One With Mitch Lafon. The episode is co-hosted by Talking Metal’s Mark Strigl.
“Our first interview is with guitarist extraordinaire, Damon Johnson who discusses Black Star Riders, the decision to not use the well established Thin Lizzy brand name, their fantastic second album The Killer Instinct, their upcoming UK tour opening for Whitesnake and Def Leppard, the Damon Johnson Trio, his upcoming solo dates, working with Alice Cooper, his work on the the unreleased third Damn Yankees album called Bravo (he replaced Tommy Shaw to work alongside Jack Blades and Ted Nugent), and more.
“In our second interview with sit down with former Guns N’ Roses manager Doug Goldstein (current CEO When Pigs Fly) for an epic two hour chat discussing the entire history of the band including the feuds, lawsuits and riots. More specifically we talk about Axl Rose becoming the sole owner of the GNR name, the firing of Steve Adler, working with KISS’ Paul Stanley and Bob Ezrin, the Montreal Riot and why it was Metallica’s Lars Ulrich’s fault, the 2 1/2 years of documented yet unreleased Use Your Illusion Tour film, Yoda aka Sharon Maynard, Iron Maiden’s manager Rod Smallwood (and his potential involvement in a GNR reunion tour), controversial songs One In A Million and Look At Your Game Girl, working with Black Sabbath featuring Glenn Hughes and current KISS drummer Eric Singer, the Rose Festival featuring Van Halen and Guns N Roses, his letter to Axl, the ‘Denver Incident’, John Reese, are there 100 unreleased songs sitting in a vault , Slash, Duff and much, much more.”