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Old 09-02-2020, 06:35 PM
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Looking forward to hearing this ! I wonder how much he will actually spill the beans though , I wouldn't be surprised if Jon has made him sign a contract and cant talk about certain things .
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Sticking with the Jersey theme: He was running a management company with some big names in the late 80s, so how directly involved was he with the individual bands, how much was left to his 'underlings' - and does he think he'd have avoided the post Jersey train crash if he had been more directly involved.

Also, if you can get away with it - it's been 30 years noone's going to prosecute... the truth behind the Moscow Peace Festival. I mean, it was a momentous achievement and a notch in his belt ANYWAY, so WAS he beating a drug rap by doing it? And how bad was the drug use behind the stage, cos the accounts all suggest this anti-drug show was pretty wired.
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I mean, it was a momentous achievement and a notch in his belt ANYWAY, so WAS he beating a drug rap by doing it?
I'm not a 100% sure what drug rap exactly means, but if you're asking if he had to this ordered by the court, then pretty much yes.
He was originally sentenced to 5 years in prison, but was sent on probation.
He had to pay 250,000$ and part of his fine was that he had to support the Make A Difference Foundation. Hard to tell what the demands exactly were, but both the album Stairyway To Heaven - Highway To Hell and the Moscow Music Festival were essentially also projects he had offered in court to avoid going into prison.
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Who was his favourite band to manage and why.
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Has this been done yet ?
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Howdy all!
I'm going to be interviewing Doc McGhee next week for my radio show. I'm pretty excited and am going to focus on Jovi a lot!
Let me know if there is anything you want asked and I'll see what I can do. If you are on facebook, go and give "Rock Hard with Phil and Tish" a like as the interview will be posted up there once completed and after we have played it on our show.
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Has this happened yet and where can we here it?
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Old 09-11-2020, 10:27 AM
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It was postponed unfortunately, should be happening Wednesday next week now. I’ll post it on our Facebook “Rock Hard with Phil and Tish” once it’s done 🤘
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Any update on this interview ?
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Talk about a delay…

There was alot of back and forth trying to work out dates and then it never happened.

Until today!

I was way too much of a fanboy on the chat and had a million more questions to ask but not enough time.
Talked to Doc about Alec, some stuff about the Moscow Peace Festival (some interesting news about that and a few other things. He was super accomodating. Going to have the link up on our Facebook page “Rock Hard with Phil and Tish” in the next day or two 🤘
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There was alot of back and forth trying to work out dates and then it never happened.



Until today!



I was way too much of a fanboy on the chat and had a million more questions to ask but not enough time.

Talked to Doc about Alec, some stuff about the Moscow Peace Festival (some interesting news about that and a few other things. He was super accomodating. Going to have the link up on our Facebook page “Rock Hard with Phil and Tish” in the next day or two
Looking forward to it!!!

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