I Love It Loud: The Gene Simmons Rock Show

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Rock and Roll Hootchie Coo20160622

Rock and Roll Hootchie Coo20160622

The Demon of Rock is back - Gene Simmons presents a new series of I Love It Loud on BBC Radio 2.

Gene Simmons, co founder of the most successful recording rock band in America - KISS - returns to Radio 2 to play more of the music that 'makes my blood boil', Classic Rock.

In this episode, Gene features tracks artists such as Bon Jovi, Soundgarden, Queen, and Johnny Winter

He also has fun with a new feature 'Gene Splicing' where he mashes up hard rock and heavy metal covers of old standards, and this week sees Judas Priest cover Joan Baez's Diamonds and Rust

Throughout the series Gene recollects personal encounters with the artists featured, sometimes as a colleague like when he discovered Van Halen and produced their first demo and sometimes as a fan.

Rock You Like a Hurricane20160608

Rock You Like a Hurricane20160608

The Demon of Rock is back - Gene Simmons presents a new series of I Love It Loud on BBC Radio 2.

Gene Simmons, co founder of the most successful recording rock band in America - KISS - returns to Radio 2 to play more of the music that 'makes my blood boil', Classic Rock.

In this episode, Gene features tracks artists such as Ozzy Osbourne, Rush, Van Halen, and Grand Funk Railroad.

He also has fun with a new feature 'Gene Splicing' where he mashes up hard rock and heavy metal covers of old standards, such as punker Joey Ramones' version of Louis Armstrong's What a Wonderful World.

Throughout the series Gene recollects personal encounters with the artists featured, sometimes as a colleague like when he discovered Van Halen and produced their first demo and sometimes as a fan.

The Right to Rock20160629

The Right to Rock20160629

The Demon of Rock is back - Gene Simmons presents a new series of I Love It Loud on BBC Radio 2.

Gene Simmons, co founder of the most successful recording rock band in America - KISS - returns to Radio 2 to play more of the music that 'makes my blood boil', Classic Rock.

In the final episode of this series, Gene features tracks artists such as Motorhead, Metallica, the Cult, and Foo Fighters

He also has fun with a new feature 'Gene Splicing' where he mashes up hard rock and heavy metal covers of pop hits, this week sees Marilyn Manson take on the Eurythmics Sweet Dreams.

Throughout the series Gene recollects personal encounters with the artists featured, sometimes as a colleague like when he discovered Van Halen and produced their first demo and sometimes as a fan.