Chris Holmes on the chance to play with Blackie Lawless & W.A.S.P. again; “I will. Fuck yeah if the money was right. I love playing live!”
Los Angeles — Check out a recent audio interview with former W.A.S.P. guitarist and all around mad man Chris Holmes.
Totally Driven Radio, the weekly radio podcast heard live every Thursday night from 8 – 11 pm Est time on the Totally Driven Entertainment Radio Network, covers the world of sports and entertainment each week, as well as bringing you celebrity guests interviews.
This week we had the opportunity to talk with one of the Original Guitarist from Legendary LA Hard Rock band W.A.S.P; Chris Holmes was one of our guests where we discussed a ton of topics like……
**Playing the old LA Club Circuit in the original version of WASP, and also playing on the scene with Crue, Quiet Riot & Ratt
**Hanging out on the LA Club scene from 1975 on
**Seeing Van Halen & Randy Rhoads with Quiet Riot in the clubs, and which one he preferred
**That he auditioned for Ozzy, when Randy got the job
**The music scene & the generation of today
**His decision and reasons why he is going to move to Europe
**his feelings on hip hop music
**his first solo album and how it was supposed to be an instrumental, and his 2nd solo album he is working on
**how it was for him to be a singer in his band
**about him currently playing in the LA band Stonebreed
**touring with Metallica & Slayer in the early days
**The reasoning why Randy Piper left WASP
**Whether he liked playing with Blackie on Bass or guitar
**What it was like playing with Johnny Rodz
**Playing with Randy Piper in the bands Animal & WAS
**Why he left WASP both times
**That he felt he could’ve had a better time in jail, then staying in WASP
**How he feels WASP is just the Blackie Lawless power hour
**Whether he would go back and play with him for a 3rd time
**His feelings on when WASP covered Elton John’s “Saturday Night Alright for Fighting”
**His thoughts on the Metal Years movie & his interview in it
**Whether the interview was staged and what his mother thought
**Who was his favorite WASP drummer to play with?
Chris calls in at the 122 minute mark and hangs out for almost 40 minutes to discuss the above topics and more.
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