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We’re excited to announce Joe X. Dube will be joining us at ROCKNPOD! Joe will be part of a special STARZ panel along with band mate Brendan Harkin discussing the history of the band, their careers, and plans for the future. Drummer Joe X. Dube (a/k/a Jeff Grob) has had a wide and varied musicalh history As an original member of the Epic Records’ recording artist Looking Glass, Dube’s first success came in 1972 with the self-produced, multi-million selling #1hit record, “Brandy (You’re A Fine Girl)”. Originally selling 3 million singles worldwide,the record went double platinum again in 2000 as a featured song in the movie and on the soundtrack for Columbia Pictures’ “Charlie’s Angels”. Recently, itwas the featured song in Marvel Studios’...

So, there's a lot of moving parts to this expo and everything around it. We get it. We've had numerous questions about what it is, when are certain things happening, etc. With that in mind, I thought it best to put as much info as we can into one post so you can have your questions answered and have a reasonable expectation for the great weekend we have in store at the end of August. What is ROCKNPOD? ROCKNPOD is the brainchild of BJ Kramp and myself. BJ hosts the awesome Rock and/or Roll Podcast and I co-host the Decibel Geek Podcast. After becoming friends with a number of other rock podcasts we always kept coming back to the same query; "Wouldn't...

We’re thrilled to announce that Brendan Harkin will be a guest at ROCKNPOD! Brendan, known for his guitar work in STARZ, wrote & performed on their first three albums, ‘STARZ’, ‘Violation,’ and ‘Attention Shoppers.’ Formed from the ashes of early 70’s pop band Looking Glass, STARZ was managed by KISS manager Bill Aucoin and signed to Capitol Records in 1976. Their major hit single "Cherry Baby" in the spring of 1977 came from the album Violation, produced by Jack Douglas of Aerosmith fame. Jack Douglas produced their first two albums Starz and Violation. Most fans consider Violation their best album and compare it stylistically to Kiss and Aerosmith output. Their third album, the self produced Attention Shoppers!, was more in the vein of power...