Paul Laine Nerds Out with the LeBrain Train – our best episode yet! — mikeladano.com

What a fun evening had by all. If you didn’t get a chance to catch the live show with one of my favorite singers of all time, Paul Laine, you now can sit back and enjoy every second like we did. Paul was so gracious to give us so much time as we spent over 2 hours talking his career, rock and we even nerded out a little on Star Wars, Star Trek, history and European Architecture. If you want to know anything about his solo albums, the Danger Danger albums, The Defiants, Shugaazer, Dark Horse or his career in general than don’t miss a minute of this show as we cover it all. Well, almost all, so maybe Paul will be back later down the road for Round 2.

Paul comes in around 21 minutes if you want to skip right to it, but if you do, you will miss Mike do some great Unboxings so you might want to find out “What’s in the Box”!!

Thanks to Paul for all his generous time and great conversation and thanks to Mike for hosting such a great show, The LeBrain Train. He has kept us entertained every week since Covid happened over a year ago. And here is hoping for more fun to come. But can he top tonight??? For me, it will be tough, but I have faith he can do it.

One of the things I love most about doing these shows is how spontaneous they are. John and I came into this Paul Laine interview with pages and pages of notes and questions.  Yet some of the best moments were spur of the moment.  Paul Laine is a music nerd just like us!  But not […]

Paul Laine Nerds Out with the LeBrain Train – our best episode yet! — mikeladano.com

25 thoughts on “Paul Laine Nerds Out with the LeBrain Train – our best episode yet! — mikeladano.com

    1. Thanks. Paul was great. There were so many new things I learned that I hadn’t heard before such as the Doc McGhee story and he talked about two new projects I didn’t know anything about. I also can’t believe he hung as long as he did. I don’t think he could believe it either. Thanks for watching!!

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  1. “What’s in the Box” – can’t help but think of UHF & the wheel of fish!
    I caught the very end yesterday where Paul was saying goodbye, looked like you’d had a great interview!

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  2. Awesome. I was saying over at Mike’s that I’m pleased to read this one was special – especially given how much of a fan you are. I’m hoping to watch it later on.

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    1. It exceeded my expectations. It was great to hear stories I’ve never heard him talk about in other interviews or articles. I learned a few new things and I know he has three projects in the works.

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  3. I am leaving the same comment over on the other guy’s blog too:

    I listened to every word today, and it can all come to one word: EPIC. Great talk, great questions, great stories, and what a truly genuinely fine fellow Mr. Laine proved himself to be. I’ve heard it said that you should ever meet your heroes but, in this case, it’s a damn good thing you did. Excellent job, everyone!!!

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    1. Thanks. EPIC is right! At least that is how it feels to me. I don’t know if it is possible but I am an even bigger fan now, then I was before. I can’t believe he gave us so much time. I felt he had a genuinely good time. And he told me he’d love to come back and we will have him for sure.

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