KISS & Stevie Ray Vaughan

Episode 15

This week, Aaron and Brent try to reach across the aisle and learn to appreciate KISS and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Aaron tries to reconcile KISS’s place in rock & roll history and Brent tries to understand how Stevie Ray Vaughan brought blues music back to popularity. Special guest and co-worker Greg Hagewood joins the show as “moderator” and advocate for both bands.

Guest Host

Greg Hagewood is a videographer in Franklin, TN. Greg has worked with Aaron and Brent for many years and is guilty of work-time music discussions. He is a guitar player and former owner of a skateboard shop and park in Nashville. He is also Aaron’s wingman for many rock shows in Nashville.

This Week’s Playlist

  1. She – KISS – Dressed to Kill (1975)
  2. Tin Pan Alley – Stevie Ray Vaughan – In the Beginning (1992)
  3. Parasite – KISS – Hotter Than Hell (1974)
  4. Leave My Girl Alone – Stevie Ray Vaughan – In Step (1989)
  5. God of Thunder – KISS – Destroyer (1976)
  6. Life By the Drop – Stevie Ray Vaughan – The Sky is Crying (1991)

Show Notes

Band Websites

Listen to the Playlist

Listen, I’m not in the KISS army. I’m more like KISS National Guard.

– Brent Hinson

Videos Mentioned

SRV on New Zealand television discussing working with Bowie
SRV performing “Leave My Girl Alone” on Auston City Limits
Popular Metal Songs Without Distortion – Brandon D’Eon
KISS Performs On WCW Nitro / KISS-Themed Wrestler Debuts
Bands Mentioned
  • KISS
  • Stevie Ray Vaughan
  • Jimmy Vaughan
  • Jimi Hendrix
  • Albert King
  • Johnny Winters
  • Blind Lemon
  • Black Sabbath
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