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Jul 10, 2018

Talking with this week's NSTS guest Bob Mayo was a genuine pleasure. In this episode, Bob speaks honestly and courageously about his upbringing, and I commend him for that. He brings in the songs that helped him get through the difficulties he faced during his high school days, and speaks frankly and articulately about how they provided a sense of security to him as a kid. 

A lot of my personal favourites get talked about, including Van Halen, Sabbath, Priest, and a heartbreaking story about making a friend through KISS, and I'm reminded of the similarities between us as we chat about these bands and what they can mean to people who truly needed them. Bravo, Bob.        


Mayo's playlist:

Cheap Trick – The House Is Rocking 

Van Halen – I’m The One

Black Sabbath – Black Sabbath

Gillan – Mister Universe

Judas Priest – Steeler

KISS – I Want You / Take Me

Motorhead – Too Late Too Late

BONUS: Fleetwood Mac – Albatross