TJ’s story originally started in the late 1980’s as a roadie for several New Jersey club bands. After a brief time at New Jersey’s legendary Trax East Recording studio, he spent most of the 1990’s and 2000’s crisscrossing the planet with bands like M.O.D, Agnostic Front, Ignite and many more. Along the way, he formalized his work with the creation Iron Sound Productions; a company providing back line, sound re-enforcement and tour logistics.
Ian Campbell is a multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter who grew up in Connecticut with seventeen entertaining and musical brothers and sisters. Outrageous family dinner time jam sessions, with instruments like "salt shaker" and "nose" gave Ian a love for music and performance. Ian has honed the sound, communication, experience, and feels of a powerful live performance.
Lisa Affenzeller is a FOH Engineer, Tour Manager, Production Manager, and Stage Manager based in Hamburg, Germany. Over the last ten years she has been busy building up her experience, skills, and resume with a list of artists that includes TesseracT, Butcher Babies, Kobra & The Lotus, Kiefer Sutherland Band, and many more.
Erik Rogers is a FOH Audio Engineer based in Florida who has been touring steadily for the last 15 years.
He has spent the greater part of this year on the road with Godsmack and is preparing for another North American run to finish out the year.
Throughout his career he has worked with Hunter Hayes, Testament, Death Angel, Avenged Sevenfold, Scott Stapp, and many more.
Kevin “Kwiz” Ryan is a musician, producer, composer, audio engineer and artist development specialist from Bronx, NY. Kwiz's professional resume has continued to evolve and expand over 25 years with credits including numerous Grammy Award winning and platinum selling artists that rival the top producers in today's music industry. His musical goal is to make you dance, love, and cry, think, hate, make love, make babies, seek therapy, give therapy, hug your mom/dad/sister/brother/son/daughter and scream.
Tiffany Hendren is a full-time FOH Engineer currently based out of St. Louis.
Performing and being in a band is what initially drove Tiffany into live music, but she realized that the combination of that passion and her interest in computers and engineering might just hold other options for her. After a few years in the military, she moved back to St. Louis and began searching for the right job in the industry.
This week’s episode is a little different than most.
I’ve never really broken down the journey of how I started Roadie Free Radio and all of the crazy twists and turns that got me here. So I hope you’ll join me as I take you back 15 years ago to the release of my short film ROADIE, and the subsequent twists and turns that got me behind the mic and delivering this show every week.