It's another edition of the No Lies Just Bullshit Hotline where Nick takes your calls. But y'all gotta keep makin' those calls. This one is a bit short, but the calls are great, so we hope you enjoy hearing another few stories from listeners and what Nick has to say about 'em. Hell yeah.
The weekend of the Philly Tattoo Convention, once again Nick's hotel room across the way is where the stories get told in order to preserve the words of another industry great. This time it's Angelo Scotto, come down from Champion Tattoo in the Bronx to bullshit with Nick for a few hours. Big George joins in the conversation and the tales told from both of these long time tattooers are ones that you don't want to miss. Sit back and take in some history. We'll keep bringing it to you.
It's another Hotline. Nick answers questions and expounds upon all of the bullshit y'all call in again. And we love it. This is a great one with six different calls and some fun and cool stories to pass the time until we talk with more legends. Hell yeah.
Nick's hotel room across from the Philly Convention is where we recorded with three legends recently. The first guest is Timmy Tats from just up the road in State College, PA at King Cobra Tattoo which has been around for almost thirty years. It's another great record of tattoo history recorded so the stories don't get lost as time goes on. It's a great conversation of yet another legend in the industry and how he got started and then weaving in and out of a lot of places you're gonna want to hear about and some recognizable names involved along the way.
Just back from a trip to Philadelphia to record with some legends during the tattoo convention, Nick is back to bring you an off-week episode of call-ins and they are great. We've got some good, quick stories that lead to some great topic discussions for this Hotline episode, so check it out and don't hesitate to give us a call and join in the talks. We'd love to have ya'!
If you've been listening for a while, you've probably heard an episode with this week's guest, Dave Boisineau. He's got a few. Well, he came down from Maryland to hang with Nick for a while and get caught up on what's been going on with him. It's a great episode that gets into some more history of Richmond tattooing and some other places that have come up in stories on the show. Steve-O shows up after a while and it's just a great hang with some great friends. Don't skip this one.
It's time once again to hear your calls, for those who took the time to hit up Nick on the ol' Hotline. It's a great one even though there's only a few. You're gonna wanna hear what all Nick has to say. Annette returns to the show after not having been on in a while. There's also a surprise live caller this time. Just a really fun way to fill in these off-weeks and share in the documentation of tattoo history and storytelling. Good times.
It's been a little while since the last time they were on the show, but Old Heavy Hands returns to talk about their new album coming out this month called Small Fires. Nick travelled down to Roanoke where they were performing a show at Martin's bar and grill and talked to the boys at Flying Panther Skate Shop where they hung out for a while and played a few songs. Friend of the show, Schuyler, is there for the hang as well. It's a great way to kick off 2024 with some music and musical conversation.