Survivor's Frankie Sullivan (recorded May 27th 2020)
On this the 38th anniversary of the release of iconic single Eye Of The Tiger (May 29th 1982), Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon is proud to present Survivor founder and Eye Of The Tiger songwriter, Frankie Sullivan. Former Great White/Guns N' Roses manager, Alan Niven, co-hosts.
In his first interview in many years, Suvivor's Frankie Sullivan, discusses his upcoming solo album that will feature him on vocals, working with producer Ron Nevison, Heart, iconic single Eye Of The Tiger, is there a danger in self-producing albums, Thin Lizzy, the story behind Survivor's first album, Mötley Crüe's Dr. Feelgood, re-issuing the early album and lost demos, John Kalodner, lineup changes and the different singers (Dave Bickler, Jimi Jamison & Robin McAuley), his autobiography, vintage guitars, Frank & Sylvester Stallone, Starbucks, and so much more.
Quote - speaking of Mötley Crüe's Dr. Feelgood: "I heard the bass, drums and guitar and said, 'who in the f*** did this?'"
"If I have any problem, it's how I can't get over how much I love music."
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