We’re joined by Jay Jay Brown, Bassist of the 90s metal band Fight, Rob Halford’s first project outside of Judas Priest. We celebrate the 30th anniversary of the iconic “War Of Words” album by taking an in-depth look at the songs, videos, & tours, Jay Jay’s thriving career as a tattoo artist & painter & the return of his band S.I.L.
Jay Jay takes us back to the beginning of Fight & the origins of the band, the recording of two studio albums, and the highs & lows of circling the globe as a mere 20-year-old with one of his Metal heroes!
Jay Jay reveals fascinating stories of how he became the go-to tattoo artist for the Metal God himself, the guys of Pantera, plus we learn all about the guitar designs he made for Kerry King of Slayer.
In addition, he talks about the ongoing rehearsals for his band S.I.L. in anticipation of the bands’ first show in decades this weekend in Arizona.
To show his gratitude towards his fans & followers, Jay Jay provided a gift for our Listeners, a never been heard before Fight live recording (link below):
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