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He had Who bassist John Entwistle over to his house, and sat down for a one-one with Bob Marley.
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Legendary Winnipeg DJ Howard Mandshein brings his encyclopedia of rock knowledge (and tremendous stories) to TIJ!
"H" (as he's known to the locals) has interviewed everyone from Sir Paul Mc Cartney to Guns N Roses to Burton Cummings and The Guess Who!
In this in-depth exclusive, they discuss the road that led them to Impact, their philosophy when it comes to talent and content, and their hopes for making Impact a global brand.
Plus, Don Callis reveals how this will affect his announcing gig for New Japan Pro Wrestling, and his podcast, "Killing The Town with Storm & Cyrus," on the Jericho Network!
Chavo explains how he was able to get the girls wrestle-ready in just a few weeks, who had a real natural talent for the ring, and the moment he knew that Netflix had a hit on their hands!
The hilarious rock & roll comedian, Craig Gass, joins TIJ with side-splitting stories about Gene Simmons, Lars Ulrich, and writing for "Saturday Night Live." Hear his impersonations of Kirk Hammett, Christopher Walken, The Fonz, Sam Kinison, an out-of-breath Mark Wahlberg, and Paul Stanley.
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