Eddie Van Halen and Chris Cornell almost collaborated? Pete Thorn and Five For Fighting
The Mitch Lafon and Jeremy White Show
The Mitch Lafon and Jeremy White Show welcome Five For Fighting and Pete Thorn ! John talks about his new song "Can One Man Save The World?" which is dedicated to the President of Ukraine and talks about his experience visiting the country and why he wrote the song. Pete Thorn donated an acoustic guitar used on tour, and played by Chris Cornell, to benefit the cause! PLUS! On the 2nd anniversary of the passing of #EddieVanHalen, we get this incredible story of how Edward Van Halen and Chris Cornell almost ended up recording a song together. Pete Thorn was in the middle of all of it and tells the incredible story, that I've actually never heard before... ENJOY! Check out the video for "Can One Man Save The World?" by Five For Fighting HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bm3XEsIXJaI Donate to SAVE OUR ALLIES here: saveourallies.org Help support the show. Please consider a donation: https://www.paypal.me/MitchLafonSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
MITCH MALLOY & PETE THORN TEAM UP FOR “VH EXPERIENCE”
Dave & Dave Unchained Van Halen podcast
EPISODE #69 - Imagine if things went a different way in 1996. What if Eddie Van Halen chose Mitch Malloy to front Van Halen instead of Gary Cherone…that’s the premise of “Mitch Malloy’s Van Halen Experience,” a new concert taking place in Destin, Florida on October 9 featuring Malloy and accomplished guitarist Pete Thorn (Chris Cornell, Melissa Etheridge, Don Henley). Malloy and Thorn talk with the Daves about their VH tribute and Thorn shares some incredible unheard EVH stories. Additionally, VH News and Mailbag segments bookend this autumn episode.Download the podcast for free on Spreaker, YouTube, iHeartRadio, Spotify or iTunes. Connect with the Daves on Twitter: @ddunchained, Facebook: Dave & Dave Unchained – A Van Halen podcast, Instagram: ddunchainedpodcast or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the latest Radial on Record, Jim Rhodes checks in for a chat with Canadian musician, influencer, and self-described ‘guitar nerd’, Pete Thorn.In an enviable career that’s taken him to all corners of the musical map, Pete’s played, written and recorded with artists as diverse as Chris Cornell, Don Henley, Pink, Melissa Etheridge, Alicia Keys, Jewel & Courtney Love.More recently, Pete’s gained a loyal following on his Youtube channel, where he dispenses guitar wisdom and demos the latest gear in his ongoing quest for perfect tone. Pete’s passion for music and his knack for demystifying the secrets of great sound, have gained him over 200k subscribers and counting, and several Radial products have ended up on his pedalboard over the years.In the video, Pete and Jim chat about life as an Youtuber, and how his videos influence his songwriting, as well as his post-pandemic live plans. Give it a watch now, and if you’re inspired, check out Pete’s Youtube Channel.
Pete Thorn spent his career playing with a number of artists including Chris Cornell, Don Henley, Melissa Etheridge and others. Pete is an established touring musician and has a popular YouTube channel hosting gear reviews. Our conversation covered his guitar heroes, lineage of guitar influences, musical inspiration, guitar gear, great tone, recording technology and production.
TOQUE TALK - EPISODE 27 - PETE THORN - Oct 20th, 2020
On this episode we chat with YouTube star and Melissa Etheridge, Chris Cornell guitarist, Pete Thorn!If you'd like to watch the video version of this episode as it streamed live to the internet, click on the YouTube link below...https://youtu.be/FCcPrIvQrRoPete's YouTube channel
Pete Thorn | Building A Modern Guitar Career, From Chris Cornell To YouTube
Backstage Journal Podcast with Rhett Shull
Pete Thorn is a true modern career guitar player, from touring with big names like Chris Cornell and Don Henley (just to name a few) to being one of the first guitarists to adopt YouTube as a way to teach and share his expertise, he has shown younger players a way to make a great living as a guitarist in 2021. In this episode we talk about Pete's upbringing on guitar, how he landed a dream gig and what drew him to YouTube over a decade ago. Subscribe to Pete's YouTube Channel Pete Thorn on Instagram -----My Podcast Recording Rig---- Shure SM7B Mic (affiliate link) Cloud Lifter In Line Gain Boost (affiliate link) Universal Audio Apollo Solo (affiliate link) ——-Subscribe to Backstage Journal on Spotify——- and on iTunes Follow me on Instagram @rhettshull www.rhettshull.com Email the podcast Backstagejournalpod@gmail.com
Audio only version of my YouTube Livestream Podcast with Pete Thorn. Full video version can be viewed over on my YouTube channel youtube.com/c/rickhollis where you can subscribe and hit the notification bell to catch the show live and ask my guests questions via the live chat room.