Marshall announces podcast hosted by Daniel P. Carter

The host trades tales with the likes of Slash, While She Sleeps and Corey Taylor

Hosted by Daniel P. Carter, Marshall Amps has announced its new podcast series aptly titled The Marshall Podcast. The new series will provide fans and musos alike with insider knowledg einto the lives of some of rock music’s most favourite artists. Insights include album anecdotes, rig breakdowns, playing tips and tricks and tales from the tour bus.

The first guest on the programme is the incomparable Slash, famed for his time in Guns N’ Roses, Velvet Revolver and his work with Alter Bridge frontman Myles Kennedy. Slash is famed for his long standing relationship with Marshall, and with almost four decades of stories to share he’s the perfect introduction to the pod. He delves into topics such as what it’s like to still be playing in front of thousands of people, the tones he’s striving for and what drove him to pick up a guitar in the first place.

Other episodes in the series include esteemed musicians such as Corey Taylor, Lzzy Hale and While She Sleeps. There’s also a special episode featuring Brian Poole of Brian Poole and the Tremeloes in which he shares stories that stretch back to the 50’s. The series finishes with a look at the Marshall Record Label and the young talent it continues to support.


On the podcast, Daniel P. Carter says “I wasn’t particularly into the idea of sitting with an artist and discussing every details of their amp settings. However, I did want to sit with these people and talk about their lives, from touring, to their creativity and everything in between, and how Marshall has helped to play a
part in it. This podcast does exactly that.”

Jon Ellery, Managing Director, Marshall Amplification, also says “We’ve always celebrated the best of guitar music and The Marshall Podcast lets us do exactly that. There are some incredible stories told on the podcast, and we hope everyone who listens to this is inspired to start their own story, with Marshall there to provide the soundtrack.”

Listen to The Marshall Podcast on, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and all good podcast platforms from October 30th.