Sunday, September 5, 2021


On today's episode of The It's Only Rock And Roll Podcast, heavy rock drumming pioneer and innovator CARMINE APPICE recounts his illustrious and musically-varied career, starting with his days in the 1960s hard psychedelic band Vanilla Fudge, to his years on the road with Rod Stewart (including co-writing two of his classics “Do You Think I'm Sexy” and “Young Turks”). He additionally sets the record straight on why he parted ways with Ozzy Osbourne, what really happened with that infamous mudshark in Led Zeppelin's room at The Edgewater Inn, and how he started a cottage industry with drum clinics and writing rock instructional books.


֎ For a list of Carmine's upcoming drum clinics and available merchandise for sale (including instructional books, videos, autographed items, and new music releases) visit his Official Website:

֎ Order Carmine's autobiography “Stick It!: My Life of Sex, Drums, and Rock 'n' Roll 

֎ Pre-order Vanilla Fudge's new single “Stop In The Name of Love”:

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