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Hey Now! Hey Now! is the popular nostalgia podcast where two childhood friends discuss their favourite childhood movies. In each episode longtime BFFs, Emily Sandford and Barney Leigh choose a 90s or 00s classic that modern-day millennials can hard relate to. Now THAT's "what dreams are made of"! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Los Angeles based bass player, singer, songwriter, and producer, Eric Baines, interviews music professionals from a variety of fields and genre’s sharing stories from the road as well as tips and trade secrets for people who dream of making their living making music. Eric is currently touring with country icon, Dwight Yoakam, but has toured, performed and recorded with many artists as a bass player and singer such as: Keiko Matsui Air Supply Lucas Grabeel Lee Ritenour Corbin Bleu Gregg Karuk ...
 
Every Thursday night at 7 PM PST / 10 PM EST, TOLN SOAPS brings you their new weekly hour-long BlogTalkRadio show, "TOLN SOAPS Live with Michael Fairman.” This unique series will give fans an opportunity to get up close and personal with the stars and creatives behind the return of iconic soap operas "All My Children" and "One Life to Live." Through exclusive interviews, fans now have the opportunity to call in and ask their burning questions, share their point of view, and chat on a weekly ...
 
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In this week's episode, we’ll be *snort laughs* gliding into the iconic Sandra Bullock and Michael Caine movie ‘Miss Congeniality’. This episode is for the ladies who enjoy figure skating, water ballet, and taking long, luxurious bubble baths. It’s also for the people who think chicken fillets are candy dishes and have to wedge their microwave with…
 
Boom Clap. Boom De Clap. De Clap. Today we’re throwing down the Miley Cyrus classic ‘Hannah Montana: The Movie’. So if you love cute cowboys and the Tennessee accent, we’d suggest you put your hawk in the sky and zig-zag over to a comfy spot to listen. We rate this chaotic episode like Grandma Ruby rates an Elvis plate, and Blue Jeans loves a wig. …
 
Name something better than 100 white roses showing up at your office and getting two free tickets to see The Knicks… a Hey Now! Hey Now! movie review, of course! We’re in love with Matthew McConaughey alright* which is why today we’re discussing the gorgeous (and surprisingly upbeat) rom-com ‘How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days’. This movie stars the equa…
 
Deux poissons, s’il vous plaît! Today we’re discussing the Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen VHS Masterpiece ‘Passport to Paris’. This film was highly requested by you guys and is anything but snooze and cruise! It has more cute boys, butterfly clips, and gorgeous green screen moments than you could ever ask for. So quit trimming your split ends, and cut …
 
Season 4 starts with a très magnifique Nickelodeon Classic - Angus Thongs And Perfect Snogging. This marvy film put onions on the map and was requested to us by none other than the influencer of all influencers Zoe Sugg who is (don’t have a nervy-b) joining us for today's episode. QUELLE SURPRISE! We rate this movie like we rate all three of our no…
 
Multi-instrumentalist and Musical Director, Drew Taubenfeld, talks about the nuances of networking as a new musician in town. He reflects on his years at Berklee College Of Music with an injury that prevented him from playing his instrument. He reveals what he looks for when hiring musicians and what you should have on your social media account. Dr…
 
You can mess with a lot of things dear listener, but you can't mess with kids on Christmas (especially ones who know how to throw a brick at your face). Today we're delving into a Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci, and Daniel Stern classic - Home Alone 2: Lost in New York! Whether he remembers filming it or not, Piers Morgan is in this film, and at this p…
 
Inside a snowflake, like the one on your sleeve, there happened a story you must see to believe. That's right! Today we're discussing a Dr. Seuss and Jim Carrey classic - the-the-the-THE GRINCH! We hate hate hate...hate hate...double-hate this film. Just kidding you idiot! WHO hates The Grinch? So finish jazzercise, cancel dinner with yourself (aga…
 
[ghostly wailing] oO0ooOooooahhh!!!!! today we're discussing the Michael Caine and Kermit the Frog classic - 'The Muppet Christmas Carol'. We love a film with a meaningful message, but especially when it's narrated by a blue furry Charles Dickens who hangs out with a rat. Jelly Bean, anyone? So get into your comfiest dressing gown, put some coal in…
 
Give the carol singers at your door a quid and tell them to bugger off - it’s time for Hey Now! Hey Now! Christmas Classics! We have waited approximately two years, seven months, three days, and I suppose an hour and thirty minutes to discuss today’s film - Richard Curtis and Bill Nighy GOLD! Love Actually. To us, this episode is perfect! and is fo…
 
This podcast episode was ‘Made in London’ and belongs to ANDY. Today on our season finale, we’re discussing a Disney Pixar animation that is to infinity and beyyyyyyond: Toy Story! If this film made you sketchy about your etch n sketch, or suspicious about your piggy bank - this one is for you. Just an adult reminder that our show is not PG, so if …
 
D’ohhhhhhme! This Simpsons Movie episode is dedicated to all the Environment and Oatmeal Enthusiasts. We’re sure Jebus and President Schwartznegger would agree - this animation really put Springfield on the map. So ‘Sop’ what you’re doing, snuggle down like Homer and Marge, and get ready for some bountiful...listening*. [insert moving clouds] *peni…
 
Zoinks! If it wasn’t for some meddling kids in a turquoise van we wouldn’t have today’s animation episode: Scooby-Doo. We wanted to review this Warner Brothers classic because it’s super popular with the cool people at Coolsville High, and also introduces us to the Scooby Snack that is Freddie Prinze Jr! What more could we want? So put on a facemas…
 
Sufferin Succotash! Excuse us while we SLAM DUNK into your podcast subs! In this episode, we’ll be discussing a Looney Tunes and Michael Jordan classic - Space Jam. So put down your carrot (we’re looking at you Bugs), lace up your Nikes and pull up your lucky North Carolina shorts … [Porky Pig] ww-www-we’re- we’re www we’re off to Moron Mountain! T…
 
BOOM BABY! Today’s animation episode is all about The Emperor’s New Groove! Uhuh uhuh uhuh uhuh. This Llama-loving Disney classic practically invented levers* and has us craving freshly baked spinach puffs all day every day. Is something burning?! So put on your comfiest poncho, kronk up your headphones, and Squeak Squeaker Squeakerson! Translation…
 
Don’t lose your head, Doll Face! This episode is dedicated to the Aardman and DreamWorks animation - Chicken Run. This Hen outta 10 movie made us never look at gravy the same way again, and *almost* made us vegetarian. (Fajitas are delicious, ok?) Anyway, put down your knitting needles, nestle down, and let this clucking good show begin. Pro Tip: B…
 
SUSHI?! You think this episode is about SUSHI? Today we’re discussing the Disney Pixar Masterpiece - Monsters, Inc. This scarily good animation is the apple of our eye (singular) and has us screaming with laughter from start-to-finish. So file your paperwork*, vroom-vroom home, and tell Sully’s mom - Mike’s ON A PODCAST! *Leave the Puce! Pro Tip: B…
 
Ok, fine. ATTENTION, ALL FAIRYTALE THINGS, and podcast listeners. Do not get comfortable... our Animation Series is kicking off with the Academy Award Winning and DreamWorks Classic: Shrek. This episode is for everyone who appreciates a nice boulder and is partial to an after-dinner Tic Tac. So set up camp, swamp yourself in a blanket, and get list…
 
Drummer, Producer, Jeffrey Mince, walks through his emotional journey from touring drummer to full time Buddhist monk and back to drumming. He tells his story of moving from Denver to Los Angeles and how he landed the gig with German punk rocker, Nina Hagen. He talks about his experience being signed with a band to a major label only to be dropped …
 
Singer, Songwriter, Producer, Brandon Rogers, talks about his soon to be released EP and shares an early listen of two of the songs. He reflects on his experience on Season 6 of American Idol and explains his mixed emotions about being voted off. He discusses his time in quarantine and the songs that came out of it. Brandon also explains how he got…
 
*Strums Fender* We are "whelmed" to say that today’s season finale covers 10 Things I Hate About You. We burn, we pine, we perish for this 90’s movie, and are so glad you guys requested it. Shakespeare is smiling in his grave right now (and probably has a bratwurst hard on*) at the thought of us discussing Heath Ledger singing Frankie Valli and Jos…
 
17 years later, and we’re still waiting for Sidarthur’s comeback tour, and for someone to sell Coca-Cola necklaces on Etsy. In today’s episode we’re discussing a movie that ROCKS! - Lindsay Lohan’s ‘Confessions Of A Teenage Drama Queen’. So light some prayer candles, put on your I love NY tee, and for god sake - don’t get so distracted listening yo…
 
This episode is for the HUNKY DUDES! (and our regular listeners). Today we’re discussing the Amanda Bynes classic, She’s The Man! We love this movie for many reasons, but mainly because Channing Tatum wears grey sweatpants, and it also taught us how to use tampons the right way. So be a darling debutant, and share this episode with your friends, ha…
 
Celine Dion would want you to turn off her album for 50 minutes and listen to today’s episode - Bridget Jones's Diary. This 00’s film is the definition of naughtyyyyy (we’re looking at you Hugh Grant & Colin Firth), and made us swear to never wear big knickers again. So get comfy in your reindeer jumper or penguin pyjamas, and be sure to share this…
 
Sweatpants? In a pandemic? Groundbreaking. Today we’re discussing the Anne Hathaway and Meryl Streep classic - The Devil Wears Prada. This film made us never look at belts in the same way again, and fear every lady who wears sunglasses inside. So put down your copy of Runway, tell Dolce to wait on hold, and join our Stanley Tucci STAN CLUB. oh and …
 
From his home in Venice, Italy, bass player, singer, songwriter, Stan Sargeant, talks about recording his new album, “String Theory” during the pandemic and in two different countries. He recalls what it was like working on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and the not so grueling, TV show schedule. He reveals how he got from studying biology at Howar…
 
Talent manager and wife of the host, Autumn Grabeel, reveals a big secret announcement. She tells the story of meeting Eric Baines on the High School Musical Concert Tour. She reveals some of the ups and downs of dating a working musician. She reflects on hearing her singing voice on a recording for the first time while making Christmas music with …
 
Merry Christmas Ya Filthy Animals! We had to say that, didn't we? In this week's yuletide episode (approved by the American Dental Association), we discuss holiday favourite Home Alone. This film is more GOLD than Harry's tooth and taught us many things - like how to fend off burglars with an iron and deal with annoying siblings. P.S. If Kevin McAl…
 
Songwriter, Guitarist, Vocalist, Greg Camp recalls his days in the world famous pop/punk band, Smash Mouth. He talks about his experience as the main songwriter and what it’s like writing for someone else’s voice. He reveals his songwriting process and the difference between writing pop songs and writing for film. Greg tells some of the stories beh…
 
After you've made snow angels for two hours, gone ice-skating, and eaten a whole roll of cookie dough as fast as you can, why don't you finish by snuggling up with Hey Now! Hey Now! Christmas Classics: Elf? If you don't love talking narwhals, arctic puffins and SANTAAAAAAA then you're sitting on a throne of lies - this is the best season of all, an…
 
Multi-instrumentalist, Walter Ino, reflects on his time growing up and playing music in Pittsburgh, PA and how he got from there to his current home of Los Angeles, CA. He talks about his time playing with the iconic 80s rock band, Survivor, and what it was like working with all of the band's lead singers. He tells some audition stories and discuss…
 
Miles needs to turn off Ennio Morricone, grab some fettuccini and listen to our first Hey Now! Hey Now! Christmas Episode: THE HOLIDAY. 2020 has made us want to sniff gas from a stove like Iris - so join us for some end of year, feel-good, fruitily doodily fun as we discuss this amazing movie classic. Any excuse to talk about Jude Law in those glas…
 
Drummer, Joe Travers, reflects on his years as the “Vaultmeister” for the Zappa Family Trust and explains his duties there. He talks about his first gig in Los Angeles with Dweezil and Ahmet Zappa which was attended by Frank Zappa himself. He gives an inside look into his time touring with Duran Duran and how he got the gig. Joe remembers his journ…
 
This episode reveals parts of past conversations that were cut from previous episodes. Eugene Edwards discusses Eddie Van Halen, Billie Eilish and Bing Crosby. Bernie Dresel talks about what it’s like to play with Keiko Matsui and the power of singers in an instrumental world. Bill Cinque speaks to the current state of pop music and musicianship. “…
 
One of the most recorded bass players ever, Leland Sklar, reminisces about his experience growing up in Los Angeles in the 60s and 70s. He tells the story of meeting James Taylor which changed the direction of his life and career. He talks about the first time playing with drummer and pop icon, Phil Collins. He reveals his preference between studio…
 
Keyboard player, producer, composer, Peter Fish, takes us through the process of scoring a film. He tells the story of his first film project and how he knew he was meant to write music. He explains why he recently decided to move to Los Angeles and what previously brought him to New York City as a young musician. Peter reveals where he gets his in…
 
Guitarist and Los Angeles native, Jay Gore, shares his stories of growing up playing on the Sunset Strip and starting out with his original band at 13 years old. He talks about his transition from the pop world to the smooth jazz world and give us some insight into the making of his solo records. Jay also talks about the current state of the L.A. m…
 
Guitar player and vocalist, Eugene Edwards, talks about growing up in a small town and his road to Berklee College of Music. He tells the story of getting his current gig with Dwight Yoakam and his approach to the playing. He discusses his second record which he just released yet recorded years ago and he takes us through the writing of some of the…
 
Guitarist and vocalist, August Zadra, shares his story of YouTube discovery which lead to him playing guitar and singing with founding member of the band Styx, Dennis DeYoung. He explains how he got from his small town in Alaska to the big city of Los Angeles. He talks about the formation of his current project, Waiting For Monday, and how he start…
 
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