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Best Saloons podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Saloons podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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BZ broadcasts behind enemy lines in Occupied Kalifornia, live and direct from the sumptuous, palatial and resplendent SHR Media Studios, a mere two miles east of the locus of evil on the entire Left Coast -- the Bill Mill, the capitol building at 10th and L Streets in downtown Sacramento where, late at night, the death of common sense can be heard wailing from that immoral edifice and, when BZ exits the studio at the conclusion of his late night show, the odiferous and clotted stench of sulp ...
 
A daily (5-day-a-week) podcast feed of true Oregon stories -- of heroes and rascals, of shipwrecks and lost gold. Stories of shanghaied sailors and Skid Road bordellos and pirates and robbers and unsolved mysteries. An exploding whale, a couple shockingly scary cults, a 19th-century serial killer, several very naughty ladies, a handful of solid-brass con artists and some of the dumbest bad guys in the history of the universe. From the archives of the Offbeat Oregon History syndicated newspap ...
 
A weekly podcast recorded and broadcast LIVE! from the Double Down Saloon in Las Vegas, NV every Friday night from 8-10pm. Join us for a $5 Dolla Holla! Ass Juice + PBR = $5 Dolla Holla, only available on Friday's during the LIVE! from the Double Down Saloon radio broadcast. If you are looking for the 24/7 streaming radio station formerly known as Double Down Radio, please visit Dust Devil Radio.
 
Thomas Ryan burst into the scene with his deep-driven passion to share his love for music with others. Specializing in driving rhythms, pulsing tribal beats, and soulful vocal house, his versatility definitely doesn't stop there -- Ryan is rewarded by working hard to earn the respect of fans from all walks of life.
 
Some good friends from Gracie Barra Texas and Third Coast Grappling Championship have created a super awesome, absolutely hilarious, and incredibly insightful podcast called the 5th Stripe Podcast. It’s about beer, fighting, life, the universe, and everything else! And best of all, they are recording Monday nights at Saloon Door.
 
Enter the maze with Laura, Mack and Garry as they attempt to decode Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy's hit HBO series Westworld. Pitting theory against theory, the team will try to stay one step ahead of the maze all whilst working out how long they'd last in the park and which song needs the robot saloon pianist treatment next. Send in your comments to @wayoutwestworld
 
You’ve heard of haunted houses, haunted cemeteries, haunted islands...but do you know how a normal place can become a paranormal minefield? Every haunted place on earth has a frightening, real backstory. Every Thursday, we take you on an audio tour of a new haunted place, and its haunted history! Subscribe for free on Spotify to listen our Urban Legends bonus series every Tuesday.
 
The Creative Hustlers Show is a series of interviews featuring successful artists from all over the world who are successful in their careers or projects and finding out how they did it so you can learn from the very best. The people interviewed here have founded their own studios, projects or worked at the best animation companies in the world such as Disney, Pixar, Cartoon Saloon, Frederator, and Many More.
 
See Disneyland through our high definition videos (in 720p optimized for computer playback, Apple TV, and Apple iPad. Not playable on iPod, iPhone, or iTouch) Comments can be emailed to Dennis.Hansen@yahoo.com. Filmed at the Anaheim California themepark on March 27, 2009. Visit Disneyland Videos on Facebook at: http://tinyurl.com/29w6hqe or on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=E7C9BC7C10638C51 These videos show Main Street USA, Disneyland Railroad, Disneyland Vehicles, Stree ...
 
We tell the stories of haunted places, ghost encounters, cryptid encounters, the paranormal, preternatural, and every oddity imaginable. And we have a few laughs while we're at it! Join your hosts Adam & Matt in their discussions of these topics and email them your thoughts at GraveYardTalesPodcast@gmail.com (mailto:GraveYardTalesPodcast@gmail.com) We thank you for joining us in the GraveYard!
 
A daily podcast where JJ Mayes, Mike Rotman and friends waste time instead of working. Want to know what's going on in the world- we may answer that. Want to know what's trending on Twitter and Facebook? We may answer that as well. Then again- we may just talk about JJ's dog. Who knows.So tune in and learn something. Or don't.But we gurantee, we will help you waste your time.
 
Enter the swinging doors of the Hollywood Saloon, kick up your spurs and get drunk with knowledge as Andy and John spin tales from the cinema trails. So strap on the six shooters and get ready for a showdown as the good, bad and the ugly of filmmaking is given the campfire treatment, where outlaw commentary rules the town. Tune in each week as the Saloon opens it s doors and examines what happend Once Upon A Time in Hollywood.
 
Welcome to the Sweetwater Saloon - A Westworld Podcast where your hosts Ashley @PeachyTree and Brian @LazyJediBri discuss, rate and review the HBO series "Westworld". A series inspired by the 1973 film of the same title written by Michael Crichton about a futuristic theme park populated by artificial beings. We aren't experts just fans of science fiction and giving our thoughts on each episode...Logo Artwork by Artildawn -https://artildawn.deviantart.com/
 
Periods! Let's get into it. Comedians and real-life friends Kate Elston, Meghann Hayes, and Meg Trowbridge are talking (and singing) about periods. And they think you should be, too. Whether you have a period, had a period, will have a period, or love someone with a period, this podcast is for you. Featuring segments like Why I Cried This Week and Read My Labias, as well as interviews with fellow period-havers, this podcast is for all those people who are sick of having to whisper “do you ha ...
 
Gunsmoke was a long-running American old-time radio and television Western drama created by director Norman MacDonnell and writer John Meston. The stories took place in or about Dodge City, Kansas, during the settlement of the American West. The radio version ran from 1952 to 1961, and is commonly regarded as one of the finest radio dramas of all time; the television version ran from 1955 to 1975 and still holds the record for the longest-running U.S. prime time fictional television program.
 
One Missing and Dark Matter guitarist Dee Rotten along with Johnny Riffs jumps behind the mic and plays (Rock, Metal and Rap) music on The Vault (From the Dungeon Radio) , and interviewing comedians, musicians and your average joe. ( iTunes , Stitcher , Google Play and the video on Youtube)
 
Make A Splash, a Splash Effect podcast, discusses all things dealing with agency life. From the struggles and triumphs of entrepreneurship to the hottest trends in marketing. Hamza Khan and Kareem Rahaman take you on a voyage with each episode diving deeper into the matters that affect the industry and bringing some shipmates along for some different perspectives along the way.
 
Podcast covering American Gods on Starz ---Welcome to American Gods Aftershow the podcast coveringAmerican Gods on Starzwith your hosts Ashley and Brian. Every week join us as we breakdown each and every episode as we go on the all expansive roadtrip that isAmerican Gods. We haven't read the book so it's new viewer friendly.---American Gods Synopsis:The plot posits a war brewing between old and new gods: the traditional gods of biblical and mythological roots from around the world steadily l ...
 
Charley Steele is a successful and brilliant Canadian lawyer. He has a nagging wife, Kathleen, and a lazy brother-in- law, Billy. In spite of his success, he is disillusioned with his life, drinks too much, and is deeply troubled by his agnosticism which leads to trouble and confusion. When Billy embezzles money, Charley discovers the theft and sets out to make things right. Charley however, ends up in a waterfront saloon where he encounters a barroom brawl and becomes unconscious. Charley l ...
 
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So we did something special this episode of The Blackhoof Saloon, The Warrior Nation became the focus of all the segments in the show! In the Smoke-Wagon Showdown this episode, the guys look at...well the same little lady just three different sides of her battling for total control. Two from Warrior Nation and one scary gal from The Dark Nation. Th…
 
This week we’re supposed to be dark… Instead we’re giving you a short bonus episode! We take a look at the Red Onion Saloon in Alaska Check out our sources below for more info and to continue learning! Please Rate & Review us wherever you get your Podcasts! Patreon https://www.patreon.com/GraveYardTales Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc2…
 
Carol and Holly tongue twist through the haunting stories of the famous McMenamins's historical hotels and bars of the Pacific Northwest. This week’s promo is from Small Town Secrets. STS explores the strange stories and sightings from small towns around the world. Give them a follow on IG @stscast.gram and FB/Twitter @stscast and don’t forget to s…
 
Ryan Demarest (Ryan D) and Julian Diaz were live streaming from The Silver Dollar Saloon sharing some memories and had special guest in house and video call in's. Slamming beers and lots of laughs you can't miss this telethon you'll be slamming beers with them by the end. Info on how you can donate to save the oldest bar in El Monte , CA here is wh…
 
Hey everyone! We don’t have a new MBMBaM for you today — instead, we’re doing a feed drop of Minority Korner. It’s a fantastic show on the Maximum Fun network that’s all about discussing culture and news through an intersectional lens. We’re so appreciative that James allowed us to cross-post the latest episode from last Friday on our feed. This pa…
 
Since the pandemic began, people have been concerned about food—how safe it is, how to get it, whether it would be available. We answered many of those questions a couple of months ago. But now, with new state and local regulations coming out for how to reopen, things are slowly beginning to change. And Curious Citizens have asked us what it means …
 
Alfred Lester Belding may have intended to try to claim the protection of the “Unwritten Law” when he made his plans for revenge. But, reviewing the historical record, it seems more likely he didn’t give a single thought to anything beyond the four murders he had planned.It would have been a long shot anyway. The “Unwritten Law” was a social conven…
 
In the summer of 1970, a man named Dave Panebaker got a job as a seasonal ranger at Crater Lake. Over that summer, he heard about an interesting but little known sight in the park: A dark-blue Grumman F6F Hellcat fighter that had crashed there a month or two after World War II ended.The old Navy fighter had hit hard, and everyone assumed the pilot …
 
As the state and the city take new steps to reopen life during COVID-19, we're releasing our last episode of Life Interrupted, a weekly series about daily life in Chicago during the pandemic. On this last episode, we meet Kate Huffman, a sixth generation farmer. Despite the economic uncertainty right now, she says farmers will come through.…
 
Mostly, Mrs. Whitlock was just frustrated. She had rented a room in her boardinghouse to a trio of rough characters, who had gone through her stuff and stolen $60 worth of goods. She’d been trying to get a policeman to come see her about the theft since early that afternoon, without success. She’d tried to reach District Attorney George Chamberlain…
 
The sailors, clinging as best they could to the shattered lifeboat — which still floated, thanks to its air compartments — worked their way around the ship and let the breakers carry them toward the beach. Two men had been killed outright, crushed against their ship’s iron hull, and four more — including William Begg — received injuries ranging fro…
 
This week we look into a 70-year-old cold case involving the Klein brothers who went missing in 1951. Surviving relatives are still searching for answers. If you grew up in the neighborhood during the 50s, remember the case, or knew the family, you’re encouraged to reach out to the Long Lost team at PBS by email longlost@tpt.org or by phone 651-229…
 
When observing this episode from the future, it should serve as a pretty good benchmark for where we’re at, mentally speaking, mid-quarantine. Y’all, we spend a CHUNK of time talking about a cool blanket we had growing up. A BIG chunk. Suggested talking points: Scoob Fever, Choice Bee Cuts, Mono Lisa, Powerful Tiger Blankets, Swordproof Hippo, 3rd …
 
R. Thomas Dickerson, after gunning down the chief witness in his wife's upcoming suit for divorce, clearly expected the jury to buy his claim that the man was a “home-wrecker” and deserved what he got. He miscalculated. (Portland, Multnomah County; 1909) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1510a.dickerson-UnLaw.html)…
 
On todays episode i have a great convo with a friend i have know for about 30 something years, we sit down and talk about when he came to america and the school system of queens NYC and his time playing keyboards in Toke to him playing drums in a punk rock band with Dee Rotten when he lived in jersey city all the way up to his departure back to Chi…
 
At the beginning of the 20th Century, a global public health crisis hit Chicago—a widespread outbreak of tuberculosis. The highly contagious respiratory disease spread easily from person to person and attacked the lungs. Without a vaccine or a cure, doctors attempted to treat positive cases with sunshine, fresh air and by quarantining the sick away…
 
On today's episode, Josh and Lyndsay discuss Cirque Du Soleil's imminent bankruptcy, the different funding challenges facing commercial and non-profit performing arts organizations, and what might be coming down the road for the circus industry in the coming months and years. Later in the show they Zoom in Elizabeth and Guilhem Cauchois, two unbeli…
 
Show #247 on May 17, 2020…In which Mr. Bear reads stories from Chuck Augello’s “The Inexplicable Grey Space We Call Love.” Discover disappearing mothers, little green men, baby goats, mysterious packages, and more in these explorations of what we can and can’t know about the people and relationships threading through our lives.…
 
One of America's first known serial killers, Earle Leonard Nelson preyed on landladies, killing them while they were showing him real estate. By the time he was hanged, he'd slain at least 21 women — including four in Portland. (Portland,Multnomah County; 1926) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1309d-dark-strangler-earle-nelson.h…
 
“Professor” Ray V.B. Jackson just happened to be on hand, playing the role of helpful witness, at almost every high-profile murder scene in Lake and Harney counties. What were the odds? (Lake and Harney counties, 1910s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/o1109b-ray-jackson-central-oregons-angel-of-death.html)…
 
It's hard to believe, but in 1902 the school district put a convicted felon, fresh from serving hard time at the state pen, in charge of its grade-school kids. But the forgery and robbery he was convicted of may have been the least of his crimes. (Silver Lake, Lake County; 1902) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/o1109a-silver-lak…
 
We cordially invite you to go for a ride with us in Justin’s large, lovely Buick on a one-way trip to Jokesburg! (Provided you’ve wiped your feet, of course. Actually, just lose the shoes entirely. Are those CORN CHIPS? Are you trying to bring CORN CHIPS in this beautiful vehicle? What’s wrong with you?!) Suggested talking points: Justin’s Big Beau…
 
A Linn County case with a strong element of self-defense, and a Malheur County child-abuse travesty that ended with a shotgun blast, were called Unwritten Law triumphs in the newspapers — but there were differences. (Linn and Malheur counties; 1908) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1509d.powell-n-brown-UnLaw.html)…
 
I guested on the Cult 45 Movie Review Podcast based out of Houston and this is the episode they put out. Comedian Ryan D returns to talk about is All Time Favorite film that happened to be selected by our Patrons White Cup Ent!!!Host: Ryan Demarest, Steve RogersGuest: Matt (The Ratt), Brendan Cooney, Patrick RileyCult 45 Movie Review Podcast: Socia…
 
Hit the Mics officially is back with cohost Steve Rodgers, on todays show we have Matt (The Ratt) promoting his podcasts return Ratt Talk, and two great comedians Brendan Cooney and Patrick Reily live from WingWalker Brewing Company.Host: Ryan Demarest, Steve RogersGuest: Matt (The Ratt), Brendan Cooney, Patrick RileyMatt (The Ratt): Social Media P…
 
They found the grizzled prospector’s body slumped over a sample of ore on the floor of the rude log cabin he’d been staying in, deep in the wilderness of southern Oregon, late in the spring of 1897. He’d apparently dropped dead one evening while assaying out the samples he’d gathered that day – probably poisoned by some of the chemicals he was usin…
 
This week we look into the mysterious Hums heard in several cities all around the world! What is it? Why can only a small percentage of people hear it? Thanks to this week’s sponsors: Best Fiends AMC Shudder – Shudder.com (code “GRAVE”) Thank you, Jeff Wampler, for helping with the research!! Check out our sources below for more info and to continu…
 
On todays episode Skribbal gets Dee Rotten to get out of his slump and back on the mic with him. We talk about Brian May of Queen ripping his gluteus maximus, F.B.I. tapping in on your browser history, and we get into a long convo on Slayer, Metallica and Sepultura bangers. Oh and a bit on the Tekashi 6ix9ine.Hosted by: Dee Rotten, Skribbal........…
 
Despite the best efforts of an overzealous federal marshal, the whole episode ended in nothing more than a stern lecture from the bench for 424 unemployed members of “Coxey's Army,” who tried to “borrow” an eastbound train. (Portland and points east, Multnomah County; 1894) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1309b-coxeys-armys-mar…
 
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