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We are back with one of our favorite returning guests, Porter McKnight of the massively successful heavy rock, metal band, Atreyu. Porter is a really genuine and unique guy who is passionate about not just his music, but his photography. We talk about how his time during the pandemic was spent, the new Atreyu album, and Porter's awesome photography…
 
This show continues to provide amazing experiences to talk to some of the most unique people. Today, we are joined by Charlie Huhn, current frontman and guitarist or the long time rock band, Foghat. Charlie has done it all, from his early beginnings with Ted Nugent, to his days with Humble Pie, and now over 20 years with Foghat. Charlie was extreme…
 
Now I know it has been a whole week since we’ve been with you, and your go through some emotions, but we have a guest here that’s here to talk you down. Scott Tillema has worked with Chicago police department and an FBI trained hostage negotiator. We discuss the road to doing negotiations and his reasoning to go into the field, the techniques in de…
 
The great guests continue to come. Today, we are joined by Ryan Key, former lead singer and frontman of the massively successful band, Yellowcard. Ryan has done it all in music and continues to push himself with his new electronic project, Jedha. We discussed all things writing, inspiration, starting over creatively, and pushing artistry to try new…
 
After an epic week of interaction with the opera world, we are back with one of our favorite returning guests, Red Bull pilot, Kirby Chambliss. We love bringing Kirby on every year or so to talk all things flying, new happenings in the world of Red Bull, and what ridiculous stunts Kirby is working on. If you've never seen what Kirby does, simply ty…
 
We have a great one for you this week. We are joined by classically trained tenor, Jonathan Antoine. Jonathan exploded onto the music scene after his amazing performances on Britain's Got Talent, where he shared his amazing opera voice with the world. Jonathan is a sweet, funny, down to earth guy. We discussed all things opera, how opera can genera…
 
This episode Shines... Ok, that was terrible, but this interview is not. We are joined by the guitarist of long time rock band, Collective Soul, Dean Roland. We talk all things music with Dean, along with staying creative during the pandemic, what goes into a large tour, playing Woodstock, and Collective Soul's new music. Go check out Collective So…
 
Back again, with Frank Meyer, of the long time LA punk band, The Streetwalkin' Cheetahs. The Cheetahs have been making music together for decades, but are finally returning with a new album entitled, "One More Drink" after 20 years. Frank was a hilarious guy, with tons of great stories and music insight. We discuss playing music in the pandemic, re…
 
As most of us are finally getting to go out and experience the world again, we decided to chat with someone who volunteered to lock himself away for multiple years. Dr Mark Nelson joins us to talk about the Biosphere 2 project that had eight scientists living in an enclosed environment for two years. We dive into the environmental study, the work p…
 
A couple of inspirational quotes to get you in the mood for today’s episode. “People who fight fire with fire usually end up with ashes” Pauline Phillips “FIRE!!!! FIRE!!! FIRE!!!” Beavis Today we speak with Jason Forthofer, who does scientific research and study on the spread of wild land fires for the US Forest Service. We pick Jason’s brain on t…
 
This week, we decided to revisit 2 of our favorite interviews done on the show over the years, a greatest hits podcast if you will. We take a look back at our interview with America's Most Wanted's John Walsh, and his son Callahan. Then we also go back and check out our time with Double Dare and the Food Network's, Marc Summers. Have a listen!…
 
We are back with another amazing musician on the cast. Known for writing tracks for the likes of Bonnie Raitt, Lisa Loeb, Trisha Yearwood, and Art Garfunkel, Maia Sharp joins us to chat about music, her writing style, and to share songs from her upcoming solo album, Mercy Rising. Maia provided a great interview, and even played us a few songs. Go c…
 
Drive in totals for tonight’s episode “No dead bodies. One special guest. Two awkward hosts, 30 minute conversation. No breasts. Probably some aardvarking with one host in an old bed. Stupid talk-fu. Dehumidifier-fu. 5 stars. Check out this podcast”. Tonight we chat with movie host and film critic Joe Bob Briggs. We discuss his career with his love…
 
This week, we dive into the world of Python racing, with builder, racer, and car guru, George Vidovic. George is a great character, filled with unique stories, passion for cars, and a great sense of humor. We learn all about George's journey to America, the evolution of his business, and some great stories from his time racing. Have a listen! We al…
 
A guest for all to enjoy....with the possible exception of people in Buffalo outfits storming the capital. We chat with comedian Brent Terhune, who’s video “My Boat Sank in Lake Travis” went viral with over 7 million views. We discuss the surprise of the popularity, his character dubbed “The Redneck Y’all Love to Hate”, and needing to keep up with …
 
Today, we are joined by Christopher Mansfield of Fences. You make recognize him from his very poetic lyrics, his face tattoos, or his unique music, but soon, you may recognize him from this great interview. We talk all things writing, staying creative during the pandemic, and even Jack Kerouac. Go check out Fences' new music on spotify today! We al…
 
Today, we bring you an episode unlike any other that we have recorded in the past 7 years. Clark Fredericks is a survivor of horrific childhood sexual abuse at the hands of his former Scoutmaster, Dennis Pegg. After years of drug and alcohol abuse, living with the weight of his molestation, and spinning out of control, Clark ran into his abuser, an…
 
Diego Garijo is an artist, he’s a fighter, he’s a drag queen, and he’s got a fascinating story to talk about this week with us. We dive into his amazing story from being smuggled over into the states, to a rough life that saw him learn to fight, the struggles after an injury made him stop, getting back into bare knuckle brawling, and how a class he…
 
We are always full of new things to learn on our show. If you think you knew everything and we could not surprise you....SPIDER GOATS. Dr. Randy Lewis is a professor of molecular biology and tells us about the process of genetically modifying goats to produce spider silk. We talk the science of the procedure, the benefits of spider silk, the future…
 
There aren't many more recognizable classic television characters than Eddie Munster. Today, we are joined by Eddie himself, the one and only Butch Patrick. We had a great conversation with Butch that took us from his audition process, the life of a child actor, finding passions after acting, racing, and his return into the Munster's world. Butch i…
 
7 years ago, we made a list of the top 4 guests we'd love to talk to on the show someday. Today , we bring on one of those guests to the podcast. We are joined by craft beer pioneer, Sam Calagione of Dogfish Head Brewing. Sam is a laid back, intelligent, funny, and real. We talk all thing Dogfish, staying creative, the craft beer world, and new hap…
 
Crack the Sky has been performing and recording music for nearly 50 years. Today, we are joined by John Palumbo, singer, guitarist, and keyboardist of what is considered one of the first prog rock bands. John was full of stories and anecdotes about his life in music, and was a great interview. John and Crack the Sky just put out a new album called …
 
Today, we talk to a man who has seen it all in the music industry. Leland Sklar's epic beard and even more epic bass playing have landed him on over 2000 albums, including the likes of Jackson Browne, Carol King, James Taylor, and Phil Collins. Leland was hilarious, entertaining, and full of great stories from over 50 years in the music industry. W…
 
A story from Vegas that should not stay in Vegas. This week of Verbal Shenanigans has us talking with journalist and author Matthew O’Brien who spent over ten years exploring the flood channels of Las Vegas interviewing the people live underground documented in his book Beneath the Neon Light. Matt shares his stories of what led him to explore ther…
 
It's hard to narrow down all the things that Chris Van Vliet is involved in. From film critic, to Youtuber, to podcaster, to winning multiple Emmy's, Chris has done it all. We chat with Chris about his humble beginnings, his work with AEW, being named Cosmopolitan's Bachelor of the year, and even his love of bass fishing. After listening to this aw…
 
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