King Hesh: 50th anniversary of Black Sabbath debut!

Get your weekly 80s & early 90s metal fix with King Hesh. Three hours of bitchin’ tunes from the “Era of Hair” dudes!!! This episode a “King Hesh CD Spotlight” of Black Sabbath‘s self-titled debut album. Plus tributes to Robbin Crosby of Ratt and Sally Cato of Smashed Gladys, as well as “Kingdom Of Hesh Premieres” from Michael Schenker Fest, Enuff Z’Nuff, and Junkyard.

You’ll hear Black Sabbath‘s debut album in its entirety, in hour two, to celebrate the album’s 50th anniversary. Also King Hesh debuts Michael Schenker Fest‘s new single ‘The Beast in the Shadows‘, off the band’s latest studio album “Revelations“. Plus a brand new track from Enuff Z’Nuff entitled ‘Fatal Distraction‘ from their upcoming new album “Brainwashed Generation“, and a new single from Junkyard, ‘Pushed You Too Far‘, from their latest studio album “Old Habits Die Hard“. Also a “Birthday Hesh Block” of Slayer to celebrate front man Tom Araya‘s 59th birthday and guitarist Kerry King‘s 56th birthday. Tune In! Toke Up! Rock Out!!! This episode of the King Hesh show originally aired Live on Pure Rock Radio Friday, June 5th, 2020 and replayed on Monday, June 8th, 2020.

KING HESH: Robbin Crosby & Britny Fox debut turns 30

Get your weekly 80s & early 90s metal fix with King Hesh. Three hours of bitchin’ tunes from the “Era of Hair” dudes!!! This episode King Hesh pays homage to the late Ratt guitarist Robbin Crosby and also celebrates the 30 year anniversary of Britny Fox‘s self-titled debut album. King Hesh plays songs throughout the show from Ratt’s discography to remember the late Robbin Crosby, mainly focusing on tracks that Robbin wrote while in Ratt. Also throughout the show King Hesh plays select songs from Britny Fox’s self-titled debut album to commemorate the album’s 30 year anniversary. As well as a “Birthday Hesh Block” of Slayer to celebrate singer Tom Araya‘s 57th birthday. Plus the “Triple Thrash Threat“, “Poon-Tang Playlist” and much more. Tune In! Toke Up! Rock Out!!! This episode of The King Hesh show originally aired Live on Pure Rock Radio June 8th, 2018.