Episode 28: We got The Touch! Yeah!!! The Stan Bush interview
Posted by Classick Material
YEAHHHH!!! We are highly honored to present to you this very, very, extremely special episode of the Cold Slither Podcast.
Our special guest for the show is melodic rock icon, Emmy award-winning singer-songwriter and music legend Stan Bush!
Stan takes some time out to chat with host Classick and guest-host Rodimus Prime (host of The Black Guy Who Tips podcast) to talk about his songs from Transformers: The Movie, Bloodsport, Kickboxer, the soundtrack to Sailor Moon, Chikara Pro Wrestling and his musical career overall. We also found out about the many television ads that he’s provided vocals and voice-over work for along with many more interesting facts about the man behind “The Touch”. In a career spanning over 3 decades with over 11 studio albums, Stan Bush has reached millions the world over with his songs of determination and triumph. We had a great time speaking with him and learned a lot about how much he’s accomplished from then all the way up through now, as Stan is still putting out awesome music to this day!
On Sunday, May the 6th, Stan Bush will be performing an acoustic set live at The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, CA as a special guest of Styx, REO Speedwagon and Ted Nugent! Tickets are on sale right now! Event info and tickets are available over here: The Greek – Events Page
Get more information about Stan Bush, keep up with his upcoming appearances and dates and purchase his music at http://StanBush.com!
Also check out the website for Stan Bush’s record label, L.A. Records at http://larecords.com.
You can follow Stan Bush on twitter @Stan_Bush.
View Stan Bush’s YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/OfficialStanBush
Worldwide icon of melodic rock Stan Bush is best known for his song “The Touch” featured in Transformers: The Movie (1986) and Boogie Nights (1997). An anthem for Transformers fans around the world, “The Touch” was released for the video game Guitar Hero in 2009, was featured on the NBC comedy Chuck, the Fox animated series American Dad, in two Hasbro Transformers toys, and was voted the #1 Geek anthem of all time! Another of Stan’s songs “Til All Are One” is featured in the new Activision video game Transformers: War for Cybertron!
Stan’s critically-acclaimed 2007 release In This Life (named “Album of the Year” for 2007 by RockUnited.com) features a new version of “The Touch.” Another track from the album, “Til All Are One (Transformers Theme)” has served as the official theme for BotCon, a global gathering of Transformers fans, and is also featured in the Transformers: War for Cybertron video game as well.
In 1997, Stan won an Emmy Award for Best Original Song for his track “Til I Was Loved By You.” Another Bush original, “Capture the Dream,” was featured at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. His songs are heard in two Jean-Claude Van Damme films: Kickboxer (1989) and Bloodsport (1988), both of which spawned numerous sequels. Stan has co-written with many top songwriters like Jonathan Cain (Journey,) Jim Vallance (Bryan Adams, Aerosmith,) and Paul Stanley of KISS. Stan has toured extensively throughout the United States and Europe in his storied career.
Dream the Dream, Stan Bush’s 11th studio album, finds the veteran singer/songwriter on top of his game, delivering the kind of powerful melodies and positively-charged lyrics that have earned him a loyal following that spans the globe.
Guest host Rodimus Prime is the host of The Black Guy Who Tips podcast, which airs three times a week. Check out the great show that he and his wife Say Dat Again do over at http://theblackguywhotips.com. Follow their show on twitter @TBGWT. Again, HUGE thanks to Rod for joining the show for this special interview!
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Tune in to next week’s show, where we’ll preview Marvel’s summer blockbuster The Avengers by looking back at the other Marvel movies that have led to this point. Our guests will be two of our favorite movie reviewers, Tank & Fogs, hosts of The (Title Pending) Movie Podcast.
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About Classick MaterialThe Cold Slither Podcast Network (or CSPN) is a collective of different podcasts under one feed with the goal of providing entertainment, information, interviews and variety to listeners worldwide. Conversation, Debates, and reminiscing over 80s and 90s: Cartoons, TV Shows, Toys, Wrestling, Comic Books ...all things pop culture and more
Posted on April 23, 2012, in Cold Slither Podcast Archive, Podcast Episodes and tagged 1986 olympics, activision, autobots, beatles, bloodsport, blur, botcon, chikara, cobra, commercials, coors, dream the dream, emmy, emmy award, foreigner, grimlock, guiding light, Hasbro, heat of the battle, in this life, interview, jean claude van-damme, kickboxer, king of trios, led zeppelin, legend, motown, movie, music, optimus prime, rock icon, rodimus prime, sailor moon, scotti bros., soundtrack, stan bush, sylvester stallone, television, the movie, the touch, til all are one, toyota, transformers. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.