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Kyle Meredith With... is an interview series in which WFPK's Kyle Meredith speaks to a wide breadth of musicians. Meredith digs deep into the artist's work to find out how the music is made and where their journey is going, from legendary artists like Robert Plant, Paul McCartney, U2, and Bryan Ferry, to the newer class of The National, St. Vincent, Arctic Monkeys, Haim, and Father John Misty.
 
Macroeconomics has never been so ... delish! Macro and Cheese explores the progressive movement through the lens of Modern Monetary Theory, with hot and irreverent political takes, spotlights in activism, and the razor sharp musings of Real Progressives Founder and host Steve Grumbine. The cheese will flow as experts come in for a full, four course deep dive into the hot queso. Comfort Food for Thought!
 
The Wednesday Match Play Podcast is your weekly connection to the biggest and best brands in golf. On this show you will learn more about the latest golf fashion trends, hear from LPGA and PGA TOUR players and get advice on planning your next golf getaway and more. Each week, The Wednesday Match Play Podcast features one guest who answers questions related to their area of expertise. The Wednesday Match Play Podcast is hosted by Ricky Potts, membership director, The Fountaingrove Club. Check ...
 
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Eve 6's Max Collins catches up with Kyle Meredith to talk about Grim Value, the band's first new release in 9 years. Collins also takes us back to the band's early success and being a rock band on the pop charts, discusses his talent for wordplay, and his alter ego named Chevy Mustang, which boasts duets with Evan Rachael Wood and Kevin Federline. …
 
This week, Steve catches up with Brian Romanchuk to talk about his latest book, Modern Monetary Theory and the Recovery. Brian was last on in episode 16, two years ago. A lot has happened since then. From his blog, Bond Economics: This book discusses the causes of slow growth in the developed world after the early 1990s from a Modern Monetary Theor…
 
Arlo Parks catches up with Kyle Meredith to discuss her debut album, Collapsed In Sunbeams, her love of poetry, and the role that hope plays in the concept. The British artist dissects the pop culture found in her lyrics, examines the nostalgia heard throughout, and the heavy inspiration she took from the 90s. In fact, Parks recently covered Radioh…
 
Rebecca Ferguson sits down with Kyle to tell us about her new singles, writing with Nile Rogers, and the new disco sound that will populate her upcoming album. The British singer-songwriter also discusses her early career that found her being bullied and blackmailed by music industry executives and how that in turn has made her a vocal proponent fo…
 
Lukie At The Links like to play golf. That is why he created a golf vlog to help those in Northern California know where to play. On this episode of The Wednesday Match Play Podcast presented by MemberText, Lucas Kettle will give you an overview of Lukie At The Links, talk about his logo, and his passion for boxing. He also talks about his experien…
 
Merry Clayton gets on the line with Kyle Meredith to talk about her first new album in over 25 years, Beautiful Scars. The legendary singer discusses why gospel music speaks so deeply to her after losing both of her legs in a car accident in 2014. Clayton takes us through some of her history of knowing Sam Cooke when she was young, hanging with Muh…
 
Even a very dysfunctional system is beneficial to somebody. And that's the reason why changing course is difficult. Economist Marco Cattaneo joins us this week to talk about “fiscal currency” and how it could provide a partial solution to the economies that haven’t fared so well from the adoption of the euro, the currency being used by 19 of the 27…
 
Aly & AJ catch up with Kyle Meredith to talk about their first album in 14 years, A Touch of the Beat Gets You Up On Your Feet Gets You Out and Then Into the Sun. The sisters talk about making a West Coast record with heroes Grace Slick, Janis Joplin, and the Laurel Canyon scene in mind, all while reflecting on the turmoil going on in the country. …
 
Bomba Estéreo's Simón Mejía catches up with Kyle Meredith to dish on the details about the Colombian duo’s new LP, Deja. Mejía, along with musical partner Li Saumet, had began writing and planning the record in 2017 around the concept of the end of the world due to the environmental crisis. Mejía discusses his thoughts on musicians being more in tu…
 
Dundonald Links is a par 72 Kyle Phillips designed course, offering a classic links golf experience for all levels of golfers. On this episode of The Wednesday Match Play Podcast presented by MemberText, Ian Ferguson will give us an overview of the golf course, talk about their relationship with Kyle, all the professional Tour events the club has h…
 
Eric Andre hangs out with Kyle Meredith to talk about his new movie, Bad Trip, its seven-years-in-the-making backstory, and how to script a movie with so much improvisation. The 2020 Comedian of the Year talks about the unpredictable reactions of his targets, getting his co-star Lil Rel Howery’s genitals stuck together in a finger trap, and getting…
 
Steve Grumbine welcomes the uncompromising and incorruptible Richard Bowen to the studio to discuss the intricate web of deception and fraud more commonly known as our private banking system. Having been at Citigroup during the mortgage crisis, he had an insider’s eye view of the stranglehold the large banks have on our country. The financial servi…
 
Daya talks with Kyle Meredith about her new singles, including “Bad Girl", which showcase a personal and artistic rebirth. The 22-year-old pop artist talks about finding her own sound, singing about her own sexuality, injecting her love of all things David Lynch, crossing genres and eras, and exploring the darker side of pop music. Follow on Facebo…
 
Train singer-songwriter Pat Monohan heads back in time with Kyle Meredith to celebrate the 20th anniversary of "Drops of Jupiter". Monohan details overcoming expectations and doubt from the industry to deliver one of the biggest songs of the era, all while dealing with the tragedy of losing his mother. The frontman also talks about what it was like…
 
Thomas T Wartelle, PGA, is a professional golfer, consultant and instructor. He is also a polished story teller! On this episode of The Wednesday Match Play Podcast presented by MemberText, Thomas talks about his background playing tennis, his work with the World Golf Teachers Federation, his experience playing the Old Course at St Andrews, and if …
 
Southern Culture on the Skids frontman Rick Miller hangs out with Kyle Meredith to discuss the band’s new album, At Home with Southern Culture on the Skids. Miller reflects on how the pandemic changed their style of writing and recording. The two also get into the Chapel Hill band’s famous mix of psychedelic sounds, how their love of campy horror m…
 
Coach O’Neil Brown was born on the beautiful Island of Jamaica 48 years ago. He migrated to the States in 1981. Coach O’Neil grew up in Far Rockaway, Queens, New York, and played multiple sports while in high school. Coach O’Neil developed a love for health and wellness by learning from his mother, the late Icilyn Brown. He has been a fitness and l…
 
Real Progressives recently created a series on fraud and the great financial crisis. To further understand the economic underpinnings of 2008 and other financial crises, Steve turned to Eric Tymoigne, inviting him on to talk about the book he co-authored with Randall Wray, The Rise and Fall of Money Manager Capitalism: Minsky's Half-Century from Wo…
 
Harry Connick Jr. catches up with Kyle Meredith to talk about Alone With My Faith, a set of Christian gospel songs he recorded as a source of comfort during the pandemic. The singer/pianist/composer discusses what faith means to him in this setting, recording the iconic "Amazing Grace", and the long history of jazz and faith music. On the acting si…
 
Manchester Orchestra masterminds Andy Hull and Robert McDowell sit down with Kyle Meredith to unpack their new album, The Million Masks of God. Together, they discuss how its themes of life, death and the afterlife were inspired by the passing of McDowell's father and why the record plays like a seamless, rock opera. They also digress on their proc…
 
Brian Hammons is one of the original members of Golf Channel's on-air team and host of the inaugural Country Club National Championship taking place this October in sunny Orlando, Florida. On this episode of The Wednesday Match Play Podcast presented by MemberText, Brain will explain where the idea for the CCNC came from, the format, the cost and a…
 
Thin Lizzy and Black Star Riders frontman Ricky Warwick hops on the line with Kyle Meredith to talk about When Life Was Hard and Fast. The new solo record finds the Irish songwriter taking stock of the past and Warwick tells us about having Def Leppard’s Joe Elliott and Guns N' Roses keyboardist Dizzy Reed as guests, the loss of mystery in rock, an…
 
At the start of the pandemic, Thomas Fazi wrote an article entitled “Could COVID-19 Vanquish Neoliberalism?” It was in response to the optimistic analysis, especially coming from the left who saw in the state’s reaction a deep crisis of neoliberalism. In fact, some were predicting the death of neoliberalism and the rise of a new regime, one charact…
 
Damon Johnson hops on the line with Kyle Meredith to discuss his new solo record, Battle Lessons, which finds the former Alice Cooper and Thin Lizzy member recounting his past with big rock sounds. Johnson tells us about embracing his past in this set’s music and the puzzle of songwriting. Also as a founding member of '90s band Brother Cane, Johnso…
 
Junkie XL catches up with Kyle Meredith to discuss his score to Zack Snyder’s Justice League, what he calls his Mt. Everest of scores to go along with the new, four-hour version of the DC film. Thomas Holkenborg talks about the intensity of the music as he wrote and composed in isolation, genre hopping while staying seamless, and how classical musi…
 
Used by over 700 Tour Pros worldwide, the SuperSpeed Golf Training System is the fastest way to increase your club head speed. On this episode of The Wednesday Match Play Podcast presented by MemberText, Michael Napoleon gives us an overview of SuperSpeed Golf, talks about their training protocol, introduces the SuperSpeed C, and explains how long …
 
The one and only Leslie Jordan catches up with Kyle Meredith to talk about his new album, Company’s Comin’. Said company includes famous friends Dolly Parton, Eddie Vedder, Brandi Carlile, and more, who act as his duet partners on a set of Baptist hymns. In addition to his new album, the TV legend discusses his work in the sitcom Call Me Kat, last …
 
This week Steve talks with Dan Kovalik, a labor and human rights lawyer, who recently wrote a book aptly titled Cancel This Book. The episode is more conversation than interview; Dan and Steve both have a lot to say about cancel culture. Dan tells the story of Molly Rush, an 85-year-old peace activist who once served time in jail for participating …
 
Ben Howard catches up with Kyle Meredith to tell us about Collections From The Whiteout. The new album finds him teaming up with The National’s Aaron Dessner and getting more experimental. To that end, Howard discusses writing about real-life characters such as Donald Crowhurst and Richard Russell, weaving dark humor into his art, and being influen…
 
Tash Sultana grabs some hang time with Kyle Meredith to talk about Terra Firma, a record that finds them collaborating with other writers and musicians for the first time on an album. The Australian groove artist tells us about having a new Fender guitar line and being a saxophonist in their high school band. Sultana also talks about finding their …
 
Ronnie Adkins and Kenny Hendrickson co-founded Tap In Golf with a mission to make you better at golf and to bring you up to date reviews on underground golf gear. On this episode of The Wednesday Match Play Podcast presented by MemberText, Ronnie and Kenny give us an overview of Tap In Golf, discuss the wide range product reviews they are producing…
 
Lake Street Dive frontwoman Rachael Price talks with Kyle Meredith about the band’s new album, Obviously. Price discusses working with producer Mike Elizando due to his work with huge hip-hop artists, writing in pairs for the first time, and digging into her teenage diaries for inspiration. The soul-pop vocalist also takes us through the heavier to…
 
This week Steve talks with Arthur Wilmarth, fresh off his appearance in our current series, The New Untouchables: The Pecora Files, which dovetails neatly into the subject of Art’s latest book, Taming the Megabanks: Why We Need a New Glass-Steagall Act. Art takes us through the original Glass-Steagall, adopted at the start of the Roosevelt administ…
 
Papa Roach frontman Jacoby Shaddix and up-and-coming rocker Jeris Johnson sit down with Kyle Meredith to talk about their new releases and “Last Resort” collaboration. The two discuss what the 2000 hit has come to mean with regards to mental health, with Shaddix diving back in time to talk about Infest’s 20th anniversary, while Jeris is dropping hi…
 
Kings of Leon frontman Caleb Followill gives a ring to Kyle Meredith to talk all about the band’s new album, When You See Yourself. It's a record that finds Followill with his most poetic lyrics to date, and he explains why. The Tennessee-born songwriter also gets into the impact that Western movies and TV shows have had on him, and how they find t…
 
In this extra edition of Macro N Cheese, Steve talks with Romteen Farasat, Incident Commander of Austin Needs Water. We all saw the news photos of Texas under a blanket of snow and ice. The freeze occurred the night of February 14th, yet two weeks later, people are still living without water. Public water has returned but private water lines are st…
 
Tom Schellenberg is the General Manager & Chief Operating Officer at Marine Drive Golf Club, a private facility located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. In 2017 he and his brother Kyle Roberts founded The Weight We Carry, a project created to raise money to support mental health organizations across the globe. On this episode of The Wednesda…
 
Cheap Trick singer-songwriter Rick Nielsen catches up with Kyle Meredith to play some guitar while talking about In Another World. The lead guitarist discusses some of the Easter eggs within the new songs, writing about the passage of time, having the Sex Pistols’ Steve Jones guest, and covering John Lennon’s "Gimme Some Truth". Given the band's re…
 
This week Steve talks with Linwood Tauheed, someone we’ve heard about from several of our recent guests. Dr. Tauheed is an institutionalist economist; he looks at the economy not as a macroeconomy or a microeconomy, but as an economy that's founded on institutions. Beyond the economy, or perhaps intertwined with it, institutional frameworks enable …
 
I DON'T KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME singer-songwriter Dallon Weekes talks with Kyle Meredith about the band’s debut LP, Razzmatazz. Weekes tells us about the breakthrough single “Leave Me Alone” being inspired by Bowie, Prince, and Don Henley, growing up on the Gen X / Millennial line, and the importance of keeping the band a bit mysterious. He also…
 
Billy Bogey (and no, that's not his real name) is a content creator, host of the Bogey Chronicles and has a passion for hickory golf clubs. On this episode of The Wednesday Match Play Podcast presented by MemberText Billy will tell you more about his content strategy, his thoughts on "Muni", where he comes up with new content and what he plans to d…
 
Sammy Hagar catches up with Kyle Meredith to talk about his new album, Lockdown 2020. The album was recorded in quarantine with his bandmates in The Circle that includes Michael Anthony, Jason Bonham, and Vic Johnson as they run through covers of their heroes, peers, and his own Van Halen catalogue. The Red Rocker talks about tackling the scream on…
 
Jon Bon Jovi hangs out with Kyle Meredith to talk about his new album, 2020, and writing topical as a witness to history. The frontman compares his latest songs to his '80s and '90s output, and shares how they revolve around school shootings, the pandemic, and his work with JBJ Soul Kitchen. Bon Jovi also gives us the story behind his new single “S…
 
The last time Delman Coates was a guest on Macro N Cheese, the Our Money campaign was still fairly new, this podcast was on its 20th episode, and none of us had heard of COVID-19. Now, almost two years and 100 episodes later, it was long overdue for him and Steve to get together again. Delman believes the federal response to the pandemic has been a…
 
The Weather Station mastermind Tamara Lindeman talks with Kyle Meredith about Ignorance, her new LP that finds the folk artist taking on a new beat-driven, piano led set of songs. The Toronto-based songwriter talks about the local avant-garde jazz scene that she includes herself in, writing cinematically, and the complex arrangements that fill out …
 
Wyclef Jean hangs out with Kyle Meredith to dive into his new podcast series, Run That Back, and his Bob Marley cover for Amazon Music. The Fugees member also celebrates the 25th anniversary of The Score, speculates on what a third LP from the group would have sounded like. Jean then regales us with stories of disguising Van Halen songs in his chur…
 
Vincent Kabaso, PGA, is the first PGA professional from Zambia. He is also an author and started the Raised by the Word Foundation in 2017. On this episode of The Wednesday Match Play Podcast presented by MemberText you will learn more about his journey to the United States, his time at Laurel Creek Country Club, his new book and how he's dealing w…
 
Max Schneider, better known under the mononym MAX, catches up with Kyle Meredith to detail Colour Vision. Together, they discuss his penchant for theatrical writing and taking influence from Van Dyke Parks, who MAX portrayed in the Brian Wilson biopic, Love and Mercy. The actor/musician also tells us about his love of soul classics, envisioning a m…
 
From his days at TYT to his ground-breaking investigative work at Status Coup, Jordan Chariton has been on the front lines of journalism for years. The stories he covers should be plastered all over cable news and the national publications… but they aren’t. While the mainstream is obsessed with impeachment and a newly-elected Republican who follows…
 
Weezer multi-instrumentalist Brian Bell joins Kyle Meredith to talk about OK Human, the band’s latest LP that finds them working with an orchestra on a seamless thematic piece. The guitarist discusses playing the acoustic guitar and organ since the record has no electric instruments, the importance of human voices, and using the Fibonacci sequence …
 
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