Every Friday at 6:00 p.m. you can host your hour on I-Rock 93.5 with our "I-Host" presented by Analog Pizza and Arcade. 

You choose the playlist.  Then you come to the Rock & Roll Mansion and talk about the songs.  All you need to do is sign up here and then watch your email.  A lot of people are signed up but we'll get you in eventually!

By eventually, we do mean it could be a while.  This week's I-Host James you hear about every Wednesday.  James is the owner of Lucky Anchor Tattoo.  He is the one giving you Ink from I-Rock and Lucky Anchor Tattoo!  James signed up to be the I-Host back in 2021.  Way before we were hooking you up with free ink.  And here we are, years later, and he's hosting and hooking you up with Ink.  So sign up, and just hang out listening...we'll get you in eventually!


Who are you?

I'm James, I'm one of the owners of Lucky Anchor Tattoo and an artist there.

Why do you love hard rock?

Dude, I didn't realize there was any other music besides hard rock. You know, besides punk but that's still rock so.

Who is your favorite band?

I don't know. It's life. My favorite band is Rancid or maybe Dead Kennedys...no System of a Down...definitely.

What is the best concert you've seen?

The best concert I ever saw was probably Metallica, Korn, System of a Down, Kid Rock, etc. at Kentucky Speedway in the early 2000s.

My playlist:

  1. Tim Timebomb and Friends- She's Drunk All the Time
  2. Joan Jett and the Blackhearts- Bad Reputation
  3. Suicidal Tendencies- Institutionalized
  4. Dead Kennedys- Holiday in Cambodia
  5. System of a Down- Bounce
  6. Bad Religion- America Jesus
  7. Ramones- I Wanna Be Sedated
  8. The Interrupters- Bad Guy
  9. Dropkick Murphys- Rose Tattoo
  10. Rancid- Ruby Soho
  11. The Interrupters- She's Kerosene
  12. Green Day- America Idiot
  13. Rancid- Fall Back Down

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