Full podcast of The Field Goal hosted by Ashley Cox and Norman Kahler discussing the latest in college sports. In this show, we discussed the latest games in college basketball in both men’s and women’s including the Mountain West Conference. We also discussed the latest news in college football including the Idaho Vandals 2014 football schedule, Coach Chris Peterson, and Everett Golson’s return to Notre Dame. We closed the show discussing both of Boise State’s basketball teams including games played and their upcoming schedule.
Danko Jones rolled into Boise, Idaho opening up for Volbeat at the Revolution Concert House on March 19th, 2013 pumped full of angst and rock n’ roll. They are currently supporting their 2012 release Rock N’ Roll is Black and Blue. Danko Jones was prepared to pump up the crowd and give it their all. From start to finish Danko rocked the Revolution by playing crowd favorites like; First Date, Full of Regret, and Just a Beautiful Day. The Canadian Trio that consists of Danko Jones – Vocals/Guitar, John Calabrese – Bass, and Atom Willard – Drums paid respect to those rock n’ roll/metalheads like Randy Rhoads, Dimebag Darrell, Bon Scott, and Ronnie James Dio just to name a few, that have past away over the years that put the crowd in an uproar. The band was as tight as ever stopping to intro songs that might be a little too much for a child who just happened to be in the audience. With their high energy Danko is not one to be missed when they come rolling into your town.
Denny Spinks of All Things Metal spoke with Danko about the tour, the music, and the differences between Europe and North America. You can check out the interview here. You can also check out photos from the show here.
Swedish band Avatar was in Boise, Idaho on March 8th, 2013 at the Knitting Factory. I had the opportunity to talk to vocalist Johannes Eckerström about the album Black Waltz, Touring, Fans, The Side Show aspect, and more. You can listen to the full interview here and check out photos from the show here.
Lorraine Guptill and Heather Steele stopped by the studio to talk about the Ringling Brothers Circus and how the elephants and other circus animals are treated. They also spoke about what is happening in Taiji, Japan with the slaughter of dolphins in what is being called, “The Cove“. Lorraine also informed us of an event for The Boise Bully Breed Rescue that is happening in Hyde Park. Check out the full interview here…Breaking the Chains