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The Then And Now Blading Podcast is an inline skating podcast created by Jan Welch and is part of his Then And Now YouTube Channel. Each episode of the Then And Now Podcast will feature interviews with people and skaters that Jan has met in his 25 years working in the rollerblading industry. During this time, Jan filmed and edited a dozen aggressive inline skating videos, founded Scum Magazine in 1995, worked for Daily Bread Magazine from 1999-2001, started Rat Tail Distribution, 4x4 Urethan ...
 
In the world of music podcasting, there are basically two categories - podcasts by fans, and podcasts by famed musicians that have reached the pinnacle of success. Somewhere in the middle of that is the Talk Toomey podcast. Hosted by Joshua Toomey, who previously was a member of national recording artists Primer 55, Talk Toomey avoids the pitfalls of fandom and the backslapping glad handing that comes from successful bands shamelessly talking to each other. Instead, you get focused, powerful ...
 
The Big Rock Show, now in its 6th Season, hosted by Tina Peek, has established itself as one of the most popular radio shows across North America. It has showcased many great interviews and new music from the Hard Rock and Heavy Metal genres. Seasons 1, 2 and 3 were hosted by Joe O'Brien. Past guests include: Rob Halford (Judas Priest) KK DOWNING (Judas Priest) Adam D (Killswitch Engage) Dan Donnegan (Disturbed) Shannon Larken (Godsmack) John 5 (Rob Zombie) Drowning Pool Michael Wilton (Quee ...
 
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Pop Culture Weekly is your weekly talk show featuring interviews with your favorite celebrities & covering the news, reviews and views you want in movies, music, TV, streaming and everything in between! Hosted by Kyle McMahon and a rotating panel of co-hosts, we've got all of your pop culture...weekly! Presented by iHeartRadio & recorded at iHeartRadio WRDX. http://www.PopCultureWeekly.com
 
The Hastings Harvest podcast features some of the most brilliant young minds, creators, and educators from around the world. Cole Hastings interviews bright-minded individuals within their area of expertise and harvests the ways in which they go about their craft. The podcast is based around personal development. If you're interested in any of the areas that are talked about, you WILL find value in this podcast. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-hastings-harvest/support
 
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Brian "Head" Welch introduces you to Jevon "ODW" Barnes on this week's episode of Talk Toomey. ODW and Head join Joshua Toomey to discuss ODW's past and tackling tough subjects in his music and videos. ODW talks about his past in drugs and his struggles. Head discusses meeting ODW and connecting through faith. Head updates us on Love and Death and …
 
Will Putney joins the Talk Toomey Podcast this week to discuss the latest from Fit For An Autopsy. Joshua talks with Will about his writing process, the band dynamic of Will writing and recording and sending the band off to tour. Will also goes into working with Body Count, Knocked Loose and what got him into producing. Will also talks about the pr…
 
The Go-Go's made history as one of the most successful all-female bands ever. Bassist Kathy Valentine's new memoir puts their story in context and highlights her own rocky path to recovery, success, and serenity.. The author of ‘All I Ever Wanted’ joins us to talk songwriting, booze, and sex. For a transcript of this episode, please visit crooked.c…
 
For the 8th episode of the Then And Now Blading Podcast, I spoke with Justin Thursday. Justin is a 3D printing guru who has embraced technology to create and produce a wide array of after-market skate parts. Being able to develop your skate parts is something that I find fascinating. Join us as we dive deep into the world of 3D printing as I pick J…
 
For the 7th episode of the Then And Now Interview Series, I speak with Billy O'Neill. Billy is a legendary long-time professional inline skater from Staten Island, New York. He is one half of Jump Street Podcast with Austin Paz and is a co-owner and the face behind Mesmer Skate Brand. In this interview, we talk about everything you want to know abo…
 
It’s the end of an era, as Nate Meyvis steps down as co-host and Carlos Welch takes up the mantle. Our fullest accounting of the show’s beginning and early days is on Episode 100 (which Carlos also co-hosted!). Carlos’s first appearance was on Episode 39. Support the show and get daily strategy segments at www.patreon.com/thinkingpokerdaily. Everyt…
 
Josh Scogin of '68 joins Joshua Toomey and Knotfest's Throwback Throwdown with Toomey. Josh talks about '68's current tour with Every Time I Die, the covid protocols on the Korn tour and filling up a stage with just 2 members. Josh and Joshua talk about Atlanta in the 90s, early concert memories and touring the south right out of high school. Josh …
 
The creator of Sans Bar, the bar without booze, Chris Marshall joins us for a conversation on recovery, community and how to make the perfect mocktail. For a transcript of this episode, please visit crooked.com/withfriendslikethese. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
For the sixth episode of the Then And Now Interview Series, I speak with long-time skater and industry insider Kevin Little. As the current editor of Be-Mag, Kevin has a passion for rollerblading and has dedicated his life to helping the sport grow. He also owns Sic Urethane and has hosted numerous skating events throughout the years, including the…
 
Magician Shawn Farquhar and filmmaker Jon Ornoy join Carlos and Andrew to discuss their forthcoming documentary. Lost in the Shuffle is a film about the history of playing cards and the magicians who employ them. You can support the kickstarter and watch an interview with blind card mechanic Richard Turner. Everything at www.nitcast.com is 15% off …
 
This week is the 400th anniversary of what America knows as Thanksgiving. Join us as food historian Linda Civitello takes us through how the traditional meal has evolved through the decades and what items we love to indulge in owe their existence to indigenous people. We explore the good, the bad and ugly that comes along with this beloved holiday.…
 
Emmy and James Beard Award-winning TV personality, chef, writer and teacher, Andrew Zimmern joins the show to talk about Food politics, the restaurant industry post pandemic, and his journey with sobriety. For a transcript of this episode, please visit crooked.com/withfriendslikethese. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adch…
 
For the fifth episode of the Then And Now Podcast, I speak with iconic professional inline skater Montre Livingston. This episode discusses how Montre became part of Iqon, who rides for the brand, and who else is involved in the company. We discussed his custom shoe painting business and how Pabst Blue Ribbon helped him gain momentum by sharing a p…
 
Sam Loeffler of Chevelle joins Throwback Throwdown with Toomey. Sam joins the show to discuss "Niratias" and coming up with artwork and weird shit with his brother. Sam talks about playing in a band with his brother and being on the same page with Pete. Says they are two people sharing one brain when it comes to Chevelle. Sam tells the story of his…
 
Writer for the Atlantic and Author of the book The Cruelty is the point: The Past, Present and Future of Trump’s America, Adam Serwer, joins the show to talk about Texas’ politics, the misconceptions about the state and how to create a better America using Texas as our teacher. For a transcript of this episode, please visit crooked.com/withfriendsl…
 
David Ellefson joins Joshua Toomey and The Talk Toomey Podcast to discuss his last few months, The Lucid and the movie Dwellers. David talks about going out in public after the video leaked online and dipping his toes back into getting around people. His self proclaimed vacation gave him time to get his life in order and get things right. David als…
 
Jay Jay French joins The Talk Toomey Podcast to discuss his new book, Twisted Business. Jay Jay and I talk about his early days before Twisted Sister, protesting injustice in the 1960s and his Kiss audition. We also talk about the bar scene in the 70s and how it will never be able to be reproduced now. Jay Jay also discusses the 10 year struggle be…
 
Comedic writer and actress Daisy Haggard joins the show to talk about her work creating the Showtime series “Back To Life,” which follows an underdog female character who returns to her hometown after serving an 18 year prison sentence. Daisy talks about why she wanted to humanize people struggling for redemption, and what she learned about writing…
 
For the fourth episode of the Then And Now Podcast, I chat with Brian Freeman. Like myself, Brian started his skating career in Austin with Texas legends like Jason Howard Mason Richard, and Zachary Gutweiler. In this interview, we go back to when we first met and discuss Brian's early days in Austin, his influences, and his new sponsor Iqon. We al…
 
Irish poker pro and long-time friend of the show Dara O’Kearney joins Andrew to discuss his new book, Endgame Poker Strategy. The interview is packed with strategy discussion of final table play, ICM, and related concepts, plus a little James Joyce at the end. Andrew also has a new book out: Essential Poker Concepts. You can support the podcast and…
 
Comedian Sophie Santos joins the show to talk about her memoir -- “The One You Want to Marry ---and Other Identities I've Had.” It details Sophie’s life growing up as an Army brat in the South, while also being white, Hispanic, Asian, and gay - and the bumpy (and often hilarious) moments that led her to finding herself as an adult. For a transcript…
 
Legend Alert!! Page Hamilton of Helmet joins the Talk Toomey podcast. Page and I discuss touring and not touring through Covid. Missing Helmet during the breakup in the late 90s. His move to LA and seeing the movie locations around town. He brought up (not me) his influence on Pantera. Page talks about the origin of the Helmet sound. We also discus…
 
CJ Pierce of Drowning Pool joined Throwback Throwdown with Toomey this week. CJ and I go way back and we reminisce about playing shows together and our memories of Dave Williams. Cj also talks about "Bodies" and still loving the song. CJ tells us about 9/11 and Clint from Sevendust waking them up to the tragedy. He also discusses Jason Moreno and h…
 
For the third episode of the Then And Now Podcast, I chat with Chad Hornish. I first met Chad back in 1997, when we drove to Phoenix, Arizona to introduce the Nimh team at Revolutions Skateshop's Thursday night skate. I filmed an edit of that trip that featured the Nimh Team and Phoenix locals, including Dustin Latimer and Chad. Shortly after he wa…
 
In episode 82 of Pop Culture Weekly, Kyle McMahon talks with Leslie Grossman of American Horror Story: Double Feature. They discuss her numerous roles in multiple seasons of American Horror Story and her delightfully insane two roles in American Horror Story Season 10. Then Kyle talks with songwriting legend Diane Warren about Film Fest 919, her 32…
 
Reporter Eric Garcia's new book -- “We're Not Broken: Changing the Autism Conversation” -- springs from his experience as a political correspondent and autistic person. Frustrated with the myths and stereotypes about autism found in the media, he set out to report on what autism really looks like and to ask autistic people what they really want and…
 
Elijah Witt of Cane Hill joins the Talk Toomey Podcast this week. Elijah and I talk about the success of Cane Hill being off a label and the creative freedom it has given the band. We talk about the writing process of the band and his love of longer songs. Elijah discusses the huge bass tone the band has a the importance of bass players. We also ta…
 
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