Chris Shiflett: ‘Walking The Floor’ Podcast Interview with Mike Ness





Chris Shiflett, front man for Chris Shiflett & The Dead Peasants and guitarist for Foo Fighters, debuted the newest episode of his Walking The Floor podcast, which features an interview with Mike Ness of Social Distortion, this morning via The episode can also now be streamed and downloaded via Soundcloud HERE (embed code is below). Presented by Floyd’s 99 Barbershop – The Original Rock ‘N Roll Barbershop® – the bi-monthly podcast showcases Shiflett’s artist-to artist discussions with musicians, directors, authors, athletes and more. This week’s interview, as well as past episodes, can be found via, Soundcloud, and iTunes.

Shiflett will be signing Walking The Floor posters for fans at upcoming Foo Fighters concerts at Detroit’s DTE Energy Music Theatre on August 24th and at Chicago’s Wrigley Field on August 29th. The signings will take place at each site outside the Floyd’s 99 Barberbus, a mobile barbershop where Floyd’s 99 staff will also be cutting hair to raise money for Music Cares.

Since launching in late 2013, Walking The Floor has presented captivating conversations between Shiflett and fellow artists, including Grammy award-winning country superstar Brad Paisley; contemporary country/Americana artists Sturgill Simpson, Dwight Yoakam, Steve Earle, and Robbie Fulks; renowned classic country singers and musicians like Red Simpson, Redd Volkaert and Tommy Hays; author Thomas Frank; pro-surfer Connor Coffin; photographer/director/talk show host Sam Jones; boxing trainer Robert Garcia; and rockers spanning three decades, including John Doe (X), Matt Skiba (Alkaline Trio), Jonny “Two Bags” Wickersham (Social Distortion), and Nicholaus Arson (The Hives), among others. Upcoming podcasts will include interviews with Patterson Hood (Drive-By Truckers), Brian Setzer, Dickey Barrett (of The Mighty Mighty Bosstones), and others.

Shiflett has released two albums with The Dead Peasants, 2010’s self-titled debut and 2013’s All Hat And No Cattle, which contains nine old-school honky-tonk songs and one original.





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