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Dave Grohl's been part of the two biggest bands of the 1990s and 2000s — drummer for Nirvana and the creator/lead singer for the Foo Fighters. He's performed thousands of shows, from tiny punk clubs to massive stadiums. In a new memoir, “The Storyteller,” he shares tales from his 35 years in the music industry. Grohl tells KCRW that his three and a half years with Nirvana taught him to take care of himself. “One of the things that I learned was to say no, and if you're in a situation where you're overwhelmed or being asked to do something you don't want to do, just for the sake of like self-preservation, you should be able to say, ‘No, I need to get away,' which I've done many times.” Also, critics review the latest movie releases: “The French Dispatch,” “Ron's Gone Wrong,” “Luzzu,” and “Dune.”
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Dave and Bob discuss their night at the Foo Fighters concert, which was the first event held at Climate Pledge Arena, and how the building will look and feel for Kraken and Storm games. Plus, is this as close as it gets to a must-win game for the Seahawks? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Beat Migs Listeners on the loose. The Foo Fighters played at Climate Pledge Arena yesterday. Ryan Castle question of the day. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Beat Migs. Listeners on the loose. Texters want to know if anyone is going to the Foo Fighters concert. Ryan Castle question of the day. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Good looking people in the news, Drew Crime, RIP Colin Powell, Travis Barker engaged to a Kardashian, The Guilty on Netflix, Jackson Mahomes dance & apology, and Drew's buying new season tickets.Mr. Methane is selling farts in a jar online and you should buy one. Drew wants to purchase THIS specific fart.The Beatles are on TikTok, so sign Drew up to dance.Drew Crime: Eric Pearson is not a good guy. Mother God drank a little too much Jim Bakker silver. Ex-principal, Joe Bryan, is looking to clear his name so he can hang up his Chippendales calendar.Who Are These Podcasts? is cranking up the comedy charts after their episode on Dave & Chuck.We remember when Mike Clark's description of Evan Longoria's weiner got the show in legal/FCC trouble (NSFW link).Chad Dukes got a raw deal in radio and no one knows exactly what he said to get in trouble.SNL's ratings are terrible. Check out this week's top skit.Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian are engaged. Thankfully they caught it all on film for their new Hulu show. Both of their ex's need to be check on and they are losing it.Kelly Osbourne is off the wagon and back in rehab, thus answering the question of "What ever happened to Kelly Osbourne?".TikTok is causing tics in teen girls.The Five-Eighths beer we were talking about has NOTHING to do with us. #sad.Paul McCartney is going to induct the Foo Fighters into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.Jennifer Love Hewitt announced on social media that she needs to take a social media break to get her body back in order.Drew watched Jake Gyllenhaal's new movie and he hates it.Mandate Issues: Chicago Police are in a vaccine battle with Lori Lightfoot. Drew is upset that nobody knows Brandon Goodwin's story. Allison Williams leaves ESPN to have a baby. Johnson & Johnson folks need their booster.Local Accidents: A semi-truck driver bailed after crashing into EVERYTHING! Two women were killed in a hit and run in Detroit.Henry Ford Hospital "spoofing" is all the rage. RIP Colin Powell.Robert Durst is going to die ASAP.Daniel Craig goes to gay bars to stay out of fights. It's definitely NOT because he's gay.Britney Spears is planning a huge Freedom Bash.Not one member of Motley Crue reached out to see if Vince Neil and his broken ribs are ok.Rolling Stone Magazine is evolving into 'Rock and Roll Tattle-Tale Magazine'.A Netflix employee was fired for leaking company info in an attempt to hurt Dave Chappelle."America's Got Talent: Extreme" is a thing. They halted production after a stunt gone wrong. Some people are saying the trick wasn't that great, but it's still better than anything by Nic Wallendas.Flavor Flav's Fried Chicken didn't work out so well, but at least he's now roosting in Michigan.Jackson Mahomes danced on Sean Taylor's memorial. He's really sorry, as there's a drive into deep left field by Castellanos and that'll be a home run.REAL SPORTS: The WNBA Championship was a MASSIVE success according to Robin Roberts, Chance the Rapper and 6 other people. It's a great day to be Dawn Staley, but still not a college athlete. The Lady Gamecock's such a draw that Drew's looking into getting season tickets. Stephen Belichick is a product of nepotism. DUUUUH!Cancel every single Pittsburgh Steeler fan for doing the wave at the wrong time.Benton Harbor is the new Flint.Superman has abandoned the 'American Way' to sell out to the rest of the world.Lori Loughlin is coming back and making some coin proving that her crime was the best thing for her entire family.Enjoy some classic Flavor Flav conversations with the show.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Dave Grohl's shadow looms large over the music industry. He's the founder of the Grammy-winning rock group Foo Fighters. And he was the drummer for the groundbreaking grunge band Nirvana. His musical footprint is matched only by the life he's led. In his new book "The Storyteller: Tales of Life and Music," Grohl recounts some of his life-changing musical moments.We talk to Grohl about his new book and some of his most memorable moments. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
In this episode of LIGHT TALK, The Lumen Brothers and SISTAH!) interview post disciplinary artist Kerstin Hovland. Join Kerstin, Ellen, Driscoll, and David as they pontificate about: What does "Post Disciplinary" mean?; Video/lighting collaboration and integration; Collaborating on The MTV Music Video Awards; Designing to the music with The Foo Fighters; Integrating performance into design; Wonderful experiences inside "The NBA Bubble"; Epicurean delights furnished by the NBA; Conjugal visits; and Advice for those entering the profession. Nothing is Taboo, Nothing is Sacred, and Very Little Makes Sense.
16-time Grammy winner Dave Grohl, front-man of Foo Fighters, talks about his tenure as Nirvana's drummer, and healing after the death of his friend and musical collaborator Kurt Cobain. His new memoir is titled, The Storyteller: Tales of Life and Music.
It's Flea's birthday so we run down our Top 5 Favorite Red Hot Chili Peppers songs. Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters reveals in his new book that his Father didn't support his music career choice. We discuss the support or lack of in our journey to radio. Thanks to www.LuckysPub.com and www.Piratesofthequarter.com for sponsoring the podcast.
On this episode, I talk to one of my favorite artists, Dan Dippel, aka 1000Styles. He has done gig posters for Mastodon, Queens of the Stone Age, Metallica, Foo Fighters and more! We talk about his early artwork, working on posters for these top bands, and more! We also play a special gig poster edition of "Real or Fuzzed"! Check out 1000Styles at https://www.instagram.com/1000styles Also thanks to Bastard Blues for the intro music, Bastard Blues Vol. 1! Follow Slightly Fuzzed on Instagram at http://www.instagram.com/SlightlyFuzz... Check out the Slightly Fuzzed Playlist on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0RD... Be sure to subscribe! #SlightlyFuzzed #GigPosters #Illustration --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Chris Shiflett is in studio at the top of Part 2, and Adam chats with him about some of the notable people Chris has interviewed on his podcast, ‘Walking the Floor'. Adam then explains his love of The Jayhawks, as well as, of course, Foo Fighters. Chris talks about how band practice works when you're in a band like ‘Foo Fighters', and when they plan to go back on an international tour. Later they discuss new entries to the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame, the current state of boxing, and everyone's favorite knock outs. In the last part of the show, Gina reads news stories about Shatner's trip to space, Gabby Petito's cause of death, Howie Mandel's public pass out, a DC comic featuring a bisexual Super Man, and Dwayne Johnson's rapping. Please support today's sponsors: BlindsGalore.com let them know ADAM sent you SimpliSafe.com/ADAM Lifelock.com enter ADAM BlockTraffik.Org Geico.com
Adam opens today's show talking with Bryan and Gina about his whirlwind trip to Nashville for a special event with The Daily Wire. He then complains about access to the first class lounge, how airports measure liquids to pass through security, a disappointing surf & turf experience, and how different flight crews handle mask enforcement differently. Adam then details a road-rage confrontation on the way out of the airport, as well as his terrible first class food box. Before the break, the guys take a listener call about diversity training on the jobsite, and Dawson breaks down an epically fast road trip from the Bay Area. Please support today's sponsors: BlindsGalore.com let them know ADAM sent you SimpliSafe.com/ADAM Lifelock.com enter ADAM BlockTraffik.Org Geico.com
This week Antino ruins the Foo Fighters, the Beegees, Facebook, Instagram, Power balance bracelet's, Pizza robots, US Internet speeds, Pokémon go, The English language, The word Fridge, Salsa Dancing, Dubstep, Street performers, and Personal Computers. This episode is Jam packed with stuff and we were like, you know. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/twocrazyscoops/message
For a very special 200th episode, friend from New York Erin O'Brien swings by the yard to catch up with Bill after a hiatus of several years. Bill met Erin on the set of a Foo Fighters video for the song "Arlandria." In the middle of the shoot (which his ex-girlfriend was in), Bill's ex DUMPS him in what came to be his most painful breakup, and Erin got to be there for the fallout. Yay! Erin also details her journey as both an actress and STUNT WOMAN in the business that is show, and how she came about entering a filed primarily dominated by men. ENJOY! And enjoy Bill recount his biggest heartbreak! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-after-laugh/support
Townsend is a singer/songwriter. Dylan and Townsend talk about: learning instruments solo and without a professional, Dog the Bounty Hunter, the Gabby Petito case, what the best Foo Fighters album is, Townsend's new song "Stay", and so much more. Enjoy and FROWN LESS. firstname.lastname@example.org Dylan: instagram.com/iammrdylanhodge --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dylan-hodge/support
In our extended-length interview with Dave Grohl, the Foo Fighters frontman talks about starting over after Nirvana bandmember Kurt Cobain's heartbreaking suicide in 1994, healing with the help of music and picking up the guitar at age 10 to realize he could learn songs by ear. His new memoir, "The Storyteller: Tales of Life and Music," is out now.
Dave Grohl only spent three and a half years drumming for Nirvana — but he says it felt like a lifetime. The Foo Fighters frontman talks about his new memoir, "The Storyteller." And, Mosquirix is the first vaccine to treat malaria and the first developed to treat any parasitic disease. World Health Organization malaria expert Dr. Mary Hamel and Dr. Kwame Amponsa-Achiano of Ghana's Health Service join us to discuss the breakthrough treatment.
In this teeny-tiny pop-up episode of How To Wow, we are joined by former Nirvana drummer and Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl. Dave has released a collection of life stories in his new book The Storyteller, out now.The book started life as a collection of short stories that Dave started posting to @davestruestories on Instagram which is described as ‘Rock and Roll story time'.Thanks again to our sponsor:Athletic Greens: ONE tasty scoop of Athletic Greens contains 75 vitamins, minerals and whole food-sourced ingredients, including a multivitamin, multimineral, probiotic, greens superfood blend and more, that all work together to fill the nutritional gaps in your diet, increase energy and focus, aid with digestion and supports a healthy immune system, all without the need to take multiple products. Simply visit athleticgreens.com/howtowow and get your FREE year supply of Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs today. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Foo Fighters founder Dave Grohl sits down with Washington Post reporter Geoff Edgers to discuss his new book, “The Storyteller: Tales of Life and Music."
This week on Creannotators, I talk Glorious Wrestling Alliance with cartoonist Josh Hicks. We talk wrestling inspirations, bringing the years-in-the-making graphic novel together in one cohesive story, and what it’s like to make a music video for the Foo Fighters. And much more! On Comic Book Herald’s ‘Creannotators' I’ll be interviewing some of my favorite creators in […] The post Creannotators #61: “Glorious Wrestling Alliance” with creator Josh Hicks! appeared first on Comic Book Herald.
This episode features Rob Morgan. He is a internationally touring musician mostly known for his work with Minnesota's very own Owl City. Rob has written and produced live sets as a music director and for multiple tours and bands. He has opened for bands such as the Foo Fighters, Motorhead, and many more! He is the founder/host of the podcast 'Rob Morgan is a Curious Person' and he touches on all of his experiences as a musician and gives some great insight as to what it takes to have a long career as a successful musician! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/clmkev/support
lon·gev·i·tynoun - long life."the greater longevity of women compared with men" - long existence or service."her longevity in office now appeared as a handicap to the party" Longevity used to be the goal when it came to making it big in the music business, but with a growing industry that has gained much-needed independence from all of the overlord record labels, putting in years and years of work to stay relevant seems like a thing of the past. But what if someone's goal was to come in, get big, make a bunch of money and then cash out and call it a day? Certainly, that would line up with the agenda of an unwanted record label that needs to stay relevant. All they have to do is appear to be offering exactly what someone is looking for, then both parties have something to gain in the deal.Opposite of that, there are artists out there that have been around for what seems like forever. Many of which don't even release music all that often. So how do they stay relevant to an ever-changing industry? It's not only a good question but a loaded one. Some artists have the fortune of a long and flourishing career. But why? It surely can't just be based on talent alone. If you really dig into it, sure there is talent involved (sometimes a lot of it), but there is also so much more. A musician is not only a person, but they're also a business—whether they like it or not. And more often than not that business didn't fund itself upon startup. So if there are enough people involved that depend on you and your "business" to succeed, then you can be damn sure that is exactly what will happen. Let's use Walmart as an example. They are constantly in the headlines for the treatment of their employees among other things, but it never really seems to make much of a difference in how they choose to operate. Why? Simply put, there is too much money involved for the powers that be to let the company fail. It would be financially devastating to millions of people, so it is in the best interest of everyone involved to keep the corporate giant marching on. The same type of scenario plays out in the music industry on a daily basis. So who gets to decide who is worthy of sustained career growth and industry longevity? We talk that and so much more on this almost 100th episode of your favorite school crossing guard's older brother's masseuse's favorite music podcast. It's season 4, episode 14. LET'S GO!!! Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. Infectious Groove Podcast, part of the OddPods Media Network.
There's adventure in not knowing what comes next, and having the confidence to throw yourself in anyway. Foo Fighters front man Dave Grohl has spent a lifetime doing just that. In this chat with Fearne he explains why he wants to grow old gracefully, but stay young at heart by embracing the spirit of exploration and curiosity.More of Dave's stories from his energetic life can be found in his new book, The Storyteller, out 5th October. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We discuss how Covid may give you restless anal syndrom, a round of Just Chillin Y'all and Dennis De La Pena on why Casey Thompson is a gamer. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
#davegrohl #jacksonbrowne #foofighters Get a FREE EP HERE: http://LouLombardiMusic.com if you love great guitar driven rock from the 70s, 80s, 90s and even today, you will want to get my EP "The Bad Years". Get your copy while supplies last! So back in 2007 I saw that there was a new song by Foo Fighters call "The Pretender". Knowing Dave Grohl's love of classic rock, I assumed that it was a remake of the classic Jackson Browne song from 1976. I was excited to hear their take on one of my favorite songs. Imagine my shock and confusion when I finally heard the song and it WAS NOT the Jackson Browne song! I really don't understand why Dave Grohl would do this. Has he ever heard the Jackson Browne song? It's terribly confusing. The Foo Fighter song is a great song in it's own right but I can't help but think that they should have called it something else; not only to avoid confusing old classic rockers like me but out or respect to one rock's greatest songwriters. There are a lot of different songs with the same names and I don't know about your but these "musical homonyms" frustrate me. On this week's Loudini Rock and Roll Circus podcast we will tell you all about 10 different Musical Homonyms that you may not be aware of... some of them even cross genres. Don't worry... we will help you make sense of it all. After all, we are professionals! Check out the podcast here https://www.talkshoe.com/episode/17684128 Topics Covered: https://www.sos2020pgh.org/ https://www.thisdayinmusic.com/ http://www.vh1.com/news/25138/hit-songs-with-the-same-title/ Get Loudini Swag HERE: https://loulombardimusic.com/rnrcircus/
Today: Celebrating National Coffee Day, Menstrual Cycle emergencies, Rick Astley played a Foo Fighters song at a UK pub, new COVID modeling data is out, Flying unvaccinated, Firing healthcare workers because they are unvaccinated, and lots more. Photo: Getty via Global News See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Migs Report. Today is National Coffee Day. Jalen Hurts gave the greatest analogy for the Eagles loss on Monday. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, hosts Alan Sanders and Walt Murray chat with body actor, Misty Rosas, who recently brought the character of Quiil to life on The Mandalorian. Misty first started her career as a gymnast, working to stay flexible and dynamic. She also spent time working as a dancer. As luck would have it, being a few inches shy of five feet tall, she learned she could play characters at Disneyland. She rapidly began to grow her craft as a character performance artist. One of her first block buster rolls was playing the ape in Congo. When the chance came to audtion for Kuiil, she jumped at it. That role has opened up new opportunities for Misty, including a chance to do more acting outside of the body costumes. While continuing her acting career, Misty is also an accomplished pop singer, working on her music between gigs. She is a talented performer on multiple levels and she has really only just begun to hit her stride. After the interview, Walt was once again forced to review a film selected by the listeners in The Wilder Ride LIsteners Group on Facebook. After the painful review, Alan and Walt each shared a pair of crazy news stories from the past week. Then, Misty joined the guys as they jumped into their entertainment segment. WATCHING Walt highly recommends Wind River starring Jeremy Renner. He also enjoyed watching the documentary, If I Leave Here Tomorrow about Lynyrd Skynyrd. Alan just saw RUSH Cinema Strangiato at the movies and loved every second. He rewatched Dances with Wolves and Tombstone, two fantastic Westerns. Alan is also hooked on the YouTube channels Ashleigh Burton and The Daily Doug. Misty is really liking the Apple TV show, Ted Lasso. She also likes The Leftovers and the documentary, How Can You Mend a Broken Heart? about the BeeGees. READING Walt continues to plow through the book, "Don't Make Me Pull Over." Alan is knee-deep in news and the history of Bartow County for a video project he is producing. Misty is reading, "The Alchemist," "The Four Agreements," and has just ordered, "Atlas of the Heart." LISTENING Walt suggests the podcast, Team Never Quit. He also loves the show, In the Red Clay. Walt also planned to listen to WTF with Mark Maron interviewing Steve Buscemi. Alan, in honor of the Rush show recently published, has been listening to the albums, Moving Pictures, Hold Your Fire and Hemispheres. He also is keeping up with the podcasts, The Great Escape Minute, Radio Labyrinth and 60MW Podcast. As he closed, Alan mentioned being the voice artist for a series of short stories starring Pig Newton and Ewe N. McGregor. Misty is diving into the Foo Fighters album, "Hail Satin." She is also spending a lot of time diving into her own music. Make sure you have subscribed to The Wilder Ride on your pod-catcher of choice so you will not miss a single episode! If you have not already done so, please come join our Listener's Group on Facebook. Just visit our public page and click on the button to join the group. You can learn more about us by visiting our About Us page. You can also find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
PLEASE CONSIDER SUPPORTING C.A.L.M BY DONATING HEREFollow Mixtapes With Mike on Instagram here... Support Mixtapes With Mike on Patreon hereCheck out Tim & Gends Weekend podcast here... Listen to this weeks mixtape on Apple Music here…https://music.apple.com/gb/playlist/mixtapes-with-mike-ride-on-nelly/pl.u-zPyLWxvCrr4x7Listen to this weeks mixtape on Spotify here...https://open.spotify.com/playlist/09bz0iD2YQr0IghhffkpJT?si=8V-nwOooTASIOhDLVDBHqw&dl_branch=1As always the music discussed is played below the conversation as I believe that all musicians should be paid for what they do. This is why a purposely point the listener towards the mixtape on streaming platforms and implore you to support your local record shop by seeking out the physical releases of anything you discover through this podcast, I recommend Black Circle Records. Run Boy Run 3:33 Woodkid No Roots 3:57 Alice MertonThis Is How We Do It 4:37 Montell Jordan Everlong 4:11 Foo Fighters 3 FeetDeep (Radio Version) 4:09 DJ Format & Abdominal And D-SisiveAfterlife 5:53 Arcade FireShark Smile 3:15 Big ThiefUse It 3:27 The New Pornographers William Tell: Overture 3:12 Philharmonia Orchestra & Riccardo Muti https://blackcirclerecords.co.uk
Our music composer, Phil Bertulfo and comic writer / horror expert-in-residence, J.M. Brandt, return to talk about Wes Craven's 1997 slasher film, Scream 2. Why are we covering Scream 2 opposed to the original, you might ask? The soundtrack of course! This soundtrack ranges from D'Angelo covering Prince to The Foo Fighters to… the Kottonmouth Kings? We chat about this diverse and uneven soundtrack as well as how it compares to the other installments in the franchise and we discuss how much Jamie Kennedy is the appropriate amount of Jamie Kennedy in a movie. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Hi, everybody. Rodney makes the hat trick with three episodes in a row back on the show where he belongs. But Kristin is off this week. Don't worry. Rodney and George talk about Ted Lasso's big night at the Emmys, Star Wars Visions and Behind The Attraction on Disney Plus, the devious licks challenge, volleyball, bus shortages, and how much Batman is too much Batman. All this plus the culmination of the Dave Grohl/Nandi Bushell drum battle. Session 3 of Kristin and Rich's Book Club will be held Sunday, October 24, 2021 at 11AM EST. They will be talking about The Shape Of Elvira trade paperback by David Avallone, Fran Strukan, and Pasquale Qualano published by Dynamite Comics. Get information, sign up and join in on Kristin's Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/kristin.unger1. George appeared on three recent episodes of Longbox Review to talk about three biographical graphic novels published by the Life Drawn imprint of Humanoids. Subscribe to Longbox Review on your podcast apps and visit https://longboxreview.com. The episode numbers and books discussed were: 197. Hedy Lamarr: An Incredible Life by William Roy and Sylvain Dorange 198. Twilight Man: Rod Serling and the Birth of Television by Koren Shadmi 199. Marilyn's Monsters by Tommy Redolfi Please subscribe, share, rate and review the show. Thank you for all your comments on Twitter and Instagram. https://twitter.com/@MeanwhileATP https://www.instagram.com/meanwhileatp http://www.meanwhileatthepodcast.libsyn.com https://www.facebook.com/meanwhileatthepodcast Rodney (AKA Art Nerrd): https://www.instagram.com/theartnerrd https://twitter.com/@artnerrd https://www.facebook.com/artnerrd https://shop.spreadshirt.com/artnerrd Kristin: https://www.instagram.com/klu4973 https://twitter.com/@klu4973
September 2021 - Knoxville This month on the Brews Less Traveled Beer Club Podcast, Molly and co-host Mike explore the craft beer scene of Knoxville, TN. This week continues our stop in Knoxville with Crafty Bastard Brewery's Hawaiian BBQ Pale Ale. Also, a conversation with special guest Aaron McClain - founder, proprietor, and brewmaster at Crafty Bastard Brewery. In this episode, Molly, Mike, and Aaron discuss the origins of the brewery name “Crafty Bastard”. Aaron tells the legend of a Foo Fighters concert at the Crafty Bastard space in 1995. Aaron explains how their pickle beer went from a gimmick to a customer favorite. The group discusses music from Steely Dan to playing records at the brewery. You can drink along with Molly from the comfort of home! Join the Brews Less Traveled beer club, get delicious beers delivered monthly, then tune into our weekly interactive virtual beer tastings on Wednesday evenings. Visit https://brewvana.com/product/beer-of-the-month-club to join! Cheers! Subscribe to the most well-traveled beer podcast in the nation! Follow us as we travel the country finding America's BEST undiscovered craft beer! Instagram: Molly - www.instagram.com/molly_brewslesstraveled Brewvana - www.instagram.com/brewvana Facebook: Brewvana - www.facebook.com/brewvana
Up and coming rock band "Radkey" joins the show. We talk about music, food, and what it's like to open for the "Foo Fighters." All while sipping on J Rieger &Co. and West Bottoms Kansas City style Whiskies from their hometown KC. Theme music by " The Zetas" produced by Ethan Carlson and Omar Tavarez
Dave Grohl - is he still the man that Dan and I fell in love with back in the Nirvana days? How have the band progressed through the years and what's some of the best and worst songs that they have done (in our humble opinion).Website: anewwinter.netPatreon: patreon.com/anewwinter Instagram: @anewwinter Twitter: @anewwinterEmail: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.orgSam's Twitch Channel https://www.twitch.tv/legassiqueDan's YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDRTt17kVazujMJbxo688sASupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/anewwinter. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Join Deborah as she details her reasoning for not trusting the newest attempt at UFO Disclosure. In this episode she talks about the thousands of Military personnel who have had experiences and how they have had their right to be heard denied. She breaks down sightings for WWII, Korea, Viet Nam and the Cold War. So, grab you favorite beverage and enjoy!
On this week's Talkhouse Podcast, we've got a fabulous cross-generational conversation between two women separated by a good number of years but united by a punk spirit: Kathy Valentine of The Go-Go's and Sadie Dupuis of Speedy Ortiz and Sad13. It's no overstatement to say that Kathy Valentine has a massive place in music history as part of The Go-Go's, who burst from the L.A. punk scene of the late ‘70s and into the musical mainstream in the early ‘80s. They were the first (and still only!) all-woman band who wrote and performed their own songs to top the Billboard charts, and their debut album Beauty And The Beat remains a classic to this day. It's been an amazing career for Valentine and her band, some of which she recalls in her excellent memoir, called All I Ever Wanted, which came out last year. If you're more of a viewer than a reader, there's also a great Go-Go's documentary on Showtime that covers the remarkable band's career. This year—finally, after being eligible for 15 years—the Go-Go's have been voted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. They'll be inducted next month alongside Foo Fighters, Todd Rundgren, Jay-Z, Tina Turner, and Carole King. Good company. These days, Valentine lives in Austin, makes her own music when she's not writing or doing charitable work, and occasionally gigs with The Go-Go's. Sadie Dupuis lived in Austin very briefly—the two get into that—not long before she started the band that would launch her career, Speedy Ortiz, in Massachusetts. With Speedy, she's released three albums—the latest is 2018's Twerp Verse—and as Sad13, she's released another two, including last year's fully vibing Haunted Painting. She's also released a book of poems called Mouthguard, and perhaps most importantly, she's been dissecting every episode of the Gossip Girl reboot exclusively for the Talkhouse newsletter. Yes, you should subscribe. Valentine and Dupuis have a great conversation about everything from Sadie's punk-rock parents—and her dad's odd connection to the Rock Hall—to the Greenbrier alternative school to the soundtrack that Valentine created to go along with her book. Enjoy. Thanks for listening to the Talkhouse Podcast, and thanks to Kathy Valentine and Sadie Dupuis for chatting. If you like what you heard, please follow Talkhouse on all your favorite podcast providers and social media channels. This episode was produced by Melissa Kaplan, and the Talkhouse theme was composed by the Range. See you next time!
Get back to what you love with the official Global Citizen VAX Live: The Concert to Reunite the World! The special will be hosted by multi-platinum recording artist, actress and producer Selena Gomez, with appearances by Ben Affleck, Chrissy Teigen, David Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel, Nomzamo Mbatha, Olivia Munn and Sean Penn, and will include musical performances by Jennifer Lopez, Eddie Vedder, Foo Fighters, J Balvin, H.E.R., and Saweetie. YouTube is exclusively streaming the extended show that includes additional performances and creator content and appearances by NCT 127 and Picture This and YouTube creators Daniel El Travieso, Kati Morton, ShootforLove, Thembe Mahlaba and The Try Guys. So celebrate the reunions and freedom that COVID vaccinations are bringing us and help ensure they're made available worldwide, ending the pandemic for everyone. #VaxLive #VaxBecause TAKE ACTION NOW: http://act.me/ 00:00:00 - The Try Guys introduce Vax Live 00:05:09 - Jennifer Lopez performs “Sweet Caroline” 00:18:45 - H.E.R. “Performs Glory” 00:29:55 - NCT 127 Performs “Kick It” 00:37:57 - Eddie Vedder Performs “Corduroy” 00:43:30 - Eddie Vedder Performs “I Am A Patriot” 00:50:49 - J Balvin Perform “Otra Noche Sin Ti” 00:54:06 - J Balvin Performs “Tu Veneno” 01:04:35 - Saweetie Performs “Fast Motion” 01:20:27 - Foo Fighters Perform “Everlong” 01:26:52 - Foo Fighters feat. Brian Johnson Perform “Back in Black” 01:33:07 - Picture This Performs “Things Are Different” 01:43:15 - Jennifer Lopez Performs “Ain't Yo Mama” _____________________________________________________________________ Global Citizen is a social action platform for a global generation that aims to solve the world's biggest challenges. On our platform, you can learn about issues, take action on what matters most, and join a community committed to social change. We believe we can end extreme poverty because of the collective actions of Global Citizens across the world. Team UNPLUGGED.
Wet Hot Alien Summer 2: Summer Abduction Part 15: Psychotherapist and podcaster JORDAN HALE arrives at the tail end of summer for a discussion about her new podcast PSYCHE MAGIC, tapping into symbolism & tarot, exploring dreams and the spiritual realm. Then Michael looks back on UFO activity during World War 2. Get ready for FOO FIGHTERS! -- EPISODE LINKS BCC LIVE Tickets: https://live.luudo.gg/bcc Listen to Psyche Magic: https://open.spotify.com/show/5VKRSHqBC64rmgUuhOdJwx BCC Links:https://linktr.ee/bigfootcollectorsclub -- SHOW INFORMATION Bigfoot Collectors Club is produced by Riley Bray. Listener-Files Submissions: BigfootCollectorsClub@gmail.com Bigfoot Collectors Club Merch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/campfiremedia/albums/43248-bigfoot-collectors-club Instagram: @BigfootCollectorsClub Twitter: @Bigfoot_CClub To support the show and unlock new bonus episodes every month, check out BCC: THE OTHER SIDE on Patreon. Our theme song is “Come Alone” by Suneaters, courtesy of Lotuspool Records.
Comic legend Norm Macdonald dies, Paula Jones is mad, Britney quits Instagram, Met Gala is the worst, R Kelly's trial resumes, James Craig's bad day, BranDon v. Foo Fighters, and we try to clean up our rolodex.RIP to the masterful comic Norm Macdonald. He died at age 61 after a secret 9-year fight with cancer. Norm would want everyone to remember that OJ did it.What the hell is going on with Matt Gaetz?We have a brand-new Legacy Insurance winner of a $50 gift card. Congrats to William Oliver!Chairman of the Board (Bored) is loaded with superstars.We need to reconnect with Bobcat Goldthwait.Celebrity Rolodex: Andy Dick. David Spade. Dennis Miller. Artie Lange. Kevin Farley. TJ Miller. Tim Meadows. Louie Anderson. Gilbert Gottfried. Jim Breuer. Danny Ainge. Did we talk to any of them? You have to listen in to find out.The Foo Fighters are on another magazine cover and BranDon is very mad.Ja Rule is still making appearances despite his involvement with the Fyre Fest.Britney Watch 2021: Britney Spears received a free ring from Sam Asghari. Britney has stepped away from social media by announcing her departure on social media. Jason Alexander had a very disappointing interview with Inside Edition.Paula Jones is angry at her depiction in Impeachment: American Crime Story.Chrissy Teigen has had fat removed from her face as she is trying to reenter public life, in spite of no one wanting her to do so.The Met Gala is stupid and nobody wears these stupid outfits. AOC made a powerful statement.Nicki Minaj couldn't go to the Gala because the required COVID vaccine made her cousin's friend's testicles explode. Joy Reid jumps in. Piers Morgan jumps in. Boris Johnson jumps in.R. Kelly trial resumes with more victims recounting the horrific ways Rob abused them.Prince Andrew lover opportunities are so dismal that he's crawling back to the Duchess of Pork Fergie.US Soccer v. the women's team is finally over... kinda.Erika Erickson gives an update on her health situation.Kelly Stafford's brand-new show is out and probably rated higher than ours already.Chief James Craig announced a run for Governor of Michigan and protestors crashed the party.Jewell Jones' bond is revoked and he's now in the slammer.The Manning brothers MNF broadcast was a major success.Brand new 30 for 30 tonight on the New York Mets.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
MTV VMA's happened, Drew Crime: Gabby Petito, Bob Page v. Twitter, #Free Amanda Bynes, Drs Stuart Fischer & Gabe Mirkin return, The Eyes of Tammy Faye, and we wait all day for Kelly Stafford's Morning After podcast.Drew dives RIGHT into the tabloids. 'Hefty Hillary Clinton' is digging a grave with a knife and a fork. Hunter Biden is the worst neighbor possibly ever. Which celebrity is going to die next? Vin Diesel is HUGE.Some people are saying Jeff Daniels is giving us the Dax Shepard treatment. Watch Jeff's new show on Showtime.Russell Crowe continues to make movies, make songs and fight around the world.Forget #FreeBritney, we need to #FreeAmandaBynes.Britney Watch 2021: Jason Alexander's Inside Edition segment should be dropping any day. Sam Asghari is so close to cashing in. He claims to be a college football player, but nobody can confirm it.Some people are saying that Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes "make soft love" together.Jessica Alba's hot privilege has catapulted her to a billion dollars."The Eyes of Tammy Faye" is coming soon. Drew remembers his Triple Threat Trio trip to PTL.Drew wants you to check out his appearance on Kermit and Friends.Kelly Stafford's Morning After podcast still hasn't posted yet. EDITOR'S NOTE: Kelly Posted Morning After at night.Brad Pitt and Bradley Cooper are 'Bradding' out at the US Open.Drew's Movie Picks of the Day: Drew really likes the movie Limitless. Drew also really like the movie Lucy.VMA Recap: Madonna looked ridiculous. Billie Eilish is back to hiding her body. Olivia Rodrigo is cute. Machine Gun Kelly and Conor McGregor got into a red carpet scuffle. Megan Fox wore nothing... poor Boring Austin Green. MGK and Travis Barker got really deep. Blue Ivy won an award for some reason. The Foo Fighters are more available than John Legend. Cyndi Lauper defended all the oppressed women out there. David Lee Roth did David Lee Roth things. Lil Nas X is the night's big winner and thanks the" gay agenda".These sweatpants are cultural appropriation.Phil Collins can't play drums anymore.Tom Morello is participating in a Dial-A-Star rip-off called MasterClass.Rolling Stone Magazine declares the 25th Hour as the best 9/11 movie of all time.Joe Biden mandates vaccines for every federal worker... except Congressional employees even though they get federal health care coverage.Every hospital in New York is apparently out of medical workers due to vaccine mandates.Gingers are losing all their Hollywood roles to African Americans. Seriously, look.Drew doesn't understand Superman.Drew Crime today features the disappearance of Gabby Petito.Lindsay Bull has reunited with Darth Gator.Mike Richards' Jeopardy! week premieres today. Trudi is furious.Bob Page caused quite a stir on Twitter. Good luck at your new gig, Jeanna Trotman.Football Notes: Jeff Okudah is hurt and out for the season. Matthew Stafford looked really good with the LA Rams. The Detroit Lions are in 1st place.Rose McGowan is going after Gavin Newsom during the recall vote because of a $300 bottle of wine.A Rolling Stones manager has died under pretty crazy circumstances. His dog is a suspect.Twitter cleared of wrongdoing after censoring the Hunter Biden laptop story.Gladys Knight sounded great singing the National Anthem on MNF.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Often when we grow up we are given roles to play in life. Whether we pick these up by observing the adults around us or we pick them up in our response to those same people, it isn't unusual to find ourselves repeating patterns from our past. Chelsea's story is one of living in confusion and eventually becoming strong enough to break out of the roles given to her by her family and the cult of Jehovah's Witnesses. (With love to Levi, may he rest in peace.) The song that Chelsea chose to represent her journey is Walk by Foo Fighters. She also chose the song My Hero by Foo Fighters for Levi. Support the show by donating to the cause on our Patreon page, Patreon.com/shunned Are you struggling in some area of life? Feeling stuck? Need an accountability partner or some encouragement? Need to talk to someone that understands cult life? Reach out and let's talk. I have affordable programs to help as a certified life coach. Click HERE for more information. Support Chelsea by leaving her a comment HERE Want more resources or to participate in the Shunned Recovery Project that I mentioned? Go to my new website exjwHelp.com Join our Shunned Podcast Facebook group HERE Leave us a review on iTunes Find shunned podcast on Youtube, including new VIDcasts here. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram. You can listen to the Shunned Podcast Spotify playlist here for all of the songs chosen by guests of the show. This podcast was made possible by my original podcast This JW Life. You can find it on any podcast app or on YouTube. It is a 9 part series about life as Jehovah's Witnesses designed to help you understand how it worked in one comprehensive story and to help you process your own if you came from that environment. Follow my new podcast called LouisvilleOne at LouisvilleOne.org or look it up on a podcast app. You can watch the live videos on the YouTube channel HERE. Music by Fair Voyeur entitled “No Hell Yet”.