Friday, February 22, 2013

Decibel Geek Podcast: KISS Landmarks With Chris Epting

 www.dbgeekshow.blogspot.com

For their latest episode, "Decibel Geek Podcast" are joined by author Chris Epting ('All I Need to Know I Learned from KISS: Life Lessons from the Hottest Band in the Land') for a discussion of KISS geography.

Over 25 different locations important to KISS' (and our) life are discussed in this episode including rehearsal spaces, ampitheatres, baseball stadiums, high schools, recording studios, television studios, amusement parks and more.

Also, in the show post on the official Decibel Geek website are the actual addresses of these locations as well as many then-and-now photos.

Chris Epting is the author of 20 travel/history books, including James Dean Died Here (Santa Monica Press), Roadside Baseball (McGraw Hill) and most recently Hello It's Me, Dispatches From a Pop Culture Junkie (Santa Monica Press). He has contributed articles for such publications as the Los Angeles Times, Westways and Travel + Lesiure magazine, and writes a weekly newspaper column for the Huntington Beach Independent. In addition, Chris writes for AOL Music and is a frequent talk show guest, appearing on shows including National Public Radio, the E! Channel and Access Hollywood.

Click HERE to listen to the Podcast.

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