This week Joe Walsh wants to communicate two thoughts to you. He wants you to understand why some Republicans have to wait (and what a tenuous spot America is in right now) and a common characteristic that is despicable, cowardly, and makes a politician unfit for public office. He also previews next week's conversation with Wajahat Ali.
Alyssa Milano is an activist and an actress and someone with very different opinions than Joe Walsh. They both consider themselves patriots who generally want the same things, yet they sometimes disagree on the best path to achieve them. In this conversation, they search for some common ground through honest, civil discourse. It's not always easy, but worthwhile things seldom are.
This episode allows Joe Walsh to remind you of the purpose of this podcast: He is modelling civil conversations with people that do not think like him. He wants you to know that if we want to save our democracy we need to end the tribalism and reach across the aisle or we will certainly remain forever divided. He also previews his compelling, yet civil, conversation with Alyssa Milano.
Political Pundit Joan Walsh and Joe Walsh have similar names but different politics. In this discussion, they search for common ground on the importance of talking about real issues, how involved the government should be in our affairs, when disagreements became warfare, and moreover, why are we so divided… and can democracy be saved?
In this episode Al talks about working with the great producer John Simon, and Simon's infamous comment about an Al vocal take, The Rainbow Bar and Grill sound segment, and Joe Walsh playing on Hollywood Vampire. Visit www.alkooper.com for more good stuff.
Joe Walsh is still angry after his discussion with Senator Rick Santorum. On this episode of WHITE FLAG, exactly one year after The Insurrection, Walsh explains why the previous episode left him angry and frustrated and he reveals the one thing that we can do to save our democracy, which is currently hanging on by a thread.
Joe Walsh and Rick Santorum are both conservatives who seem to be on different paths. Still, they take some time to discuss authoritarianism, the future of the GOP, and whether Trump is fit (or unfit) to serve another term…and if Santorum would support Trump if he ran again. This is a different kind of WHITE FLAG episode, but an important one; because to defeat your opponent, you must first try to understand them.
The pressure on the Eagles to create an album to follow up their 1976 masterpiece "Hotel California" was intense, and it took 18 months and five different studios to produce The Long Run. This was their sixth studio album, and their last album before thier 14-year hiatus. It would mark the introduction of Timothy B. Schmit to the band, who took over bass and high vocal duties from the departing founder, Randy Meisner.The Long Run was originally intended to be a double album, but the band just didn't have enough songs in their creative arsenal for that. In fact, the band was completely burned out after a long tour prior to entering the studio. Don Henley, Glen Frey, and Don Felder were joined by Joe Walsh (who was added to the group on the "Hotel California" album) and Timothy B. Schmit. Frey and Henley would contribute most of the songs, but Schmit and Walsh would contribute songs they had originated, and frequent collaborator J.D. Souther would add to the tracks. Bob Segar would contribute as well.The album would be a hit, going 7x platinum, and would sport multiple number 1 singles, including the Grammy award winning "Heartache Tonight." Nevertheless, they would receive disappointing critical reviews. Perhaps this is not surprising given the comparisons to "Hotel California." Friend of the show John Lynch joins us in Wayne's absence for this last-of-the millennium album from the Eagles. The Long RunThe title track is a Memphis blues-inspired tune. The lyrics are a response to critics who considered the Eagles to be washed up, and unable to compete with the disco and punk sounds prevalent in the late 70's. Henley and Frey answer, "who is gonna make it? We'll find out in the long run."I Can't Tell You WhyThis is a song composed primarily by Timothy B. Schmit prior to joining the band, and was loosely based on his own experiences. The rock ballad would be their third single released from the album. Uncommonly for Eagles songs, Glen Frey plays lead on this song, and Don Felder is on the organ.In the CityJoe Walsh originally recorded this song for the soundtrack to the film "The Warriors," and it was re-recorded by the Eagles for this album. Though not released as a single, it got significant airplay on AOR stations at the time. It has become a staple for band tours.The Sad CaféWhile not released as a single, this track would make it onto the Eagles Greatest Hits, volume II. It was inspired by The Troubadour nightclub in Hollywood where the Eagles had previously played. The song relays the tale of so many musicians who came through that nightclub, most of whom did not make it big. David Sandborn provides the saxophone work on this song. ENTERTAINMENT TRACK:Theme from the television series “The Facts of Life”"The Facts of Life" started its run in this month, and was originally a spinoff from the series "Diff'rent Strokes." STAFF PICKS:Hot Summer Night by NightBruce's staff pick is from a short-lived band out of Los Angeles, and is a cover of a song originally performed by Walter Egan in 1978. The lead vocalist for this song is Stevie Vann, who emigrated from Zambia with her then-husband Robert "Mutt" Lange. The group also had a male lead in Chris Thompson, who would be recognizable as the lead vocalist for Manfred Mann's version of "Blinded By the Light."Rock Lobster by The B-52'sPut on your nose guard! Put on your life guard! Rob brings us the B-52's signature song, and the one that truly launched their career. It came off their second studio album, "Wild Planet." Fred Schneider said the song was inspired by a club called "2001" in Atlanta, which showed slides of puppies, babies, and lobsters on a grill.All of My Love by Led ZeppelinJohn Lynch's staff pick was released in August as a single, and is a softer rock ballad from the late stages of the band. The song was written in honor of Plant's son Karac, who died while Plant was on tour with the band in 1977. John Paul Jones plays keyboards on this piece.I Can't Stand It No More by Peter FramptonBrian wraps up the staff picks with the first single from Frampton's album "Where I Should Be." Peter Frampton had just starred in the remake of the movie "Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band," which was panned by critics and failed commercially. He also had a bad auto accident in the Bahamas requiring months of therapy. The song made it to number 14 on the pop charts. INSTRUMENTAL TRACK:Parisian Thoroughfare by SupersaxYou can't go wrong with a sax! Jazz group Supersax closes out our podcast this week.
Ce long week-end du Nouvel An s'achève avec les Nocturnes du dimanche soir. Ce sont les Rolling Stones qui démarrent l'émission avec ''Waiting on a friend''. John Mayer prendra le relais avec ''Last train home'', suivi d'Eric Clapton et un extrait de son dernier album enregistré en acoustic lors du dernier confinement. Et puis Steely Dan ouvrira une séquence autour du film ''FM'' et des extraits de la B.O. avec Joe Walsh, Tom Petty et Bob Seger. Le Power-Play va vous étonner, ''Follow you, follow me'' de Genesis repris par Zucchero. Suivront Genesis, Peter Gabriel et Kate Bush, Herbie Hancock avec Jonny Lang & Joss Stone, et Dan Fogelberg pour conclure avec ''Phoenix''. Ecoutez Les Nocturnes avec Georges Lang du 02 janvier 2022
Joe Walsh takes a look back at his chat with Kenny Mayne and the relationship that seems to be common with politics and show business. Joe also previews a very different episode of WHITE FLAG…next week's discussion with Rick Santorum. Joe reveals what he was startled by, what he was disappointed in, and of what he is fearful. He also emphasizes the importance of the long view if you're playing the long game. Happy New Year, everybody.
Kenny Mayne is best known for his career as an anchor at ESPN but when he sits down with Joe Walsh, they're not talking sports. They discuss what allowed Trump to win in 2016, what made the January 6th insurrection possible, how modern tribalism allows us to believe our own facts and truths, and how civilized discourse may be the only salvation for our democracy. Kenny and Joe may disagree on governmental involvement overall, they do find some common ground in a funny, lively, and lengthy conversation.
‘Tis the season for Joe Walsh to take a moment and wish “Merry Christmas” to everyone joining him on the unique and crazy White Flag journey. He also offers a possible fix (if not a solution) to “The War on Christmas” that might actually double as a fine New Year's resolution. Joe also reflects on his discussion with Parker Molloy and previews a sensational chat with Kenny Mayne. Merry Christmas!
Joe Walsh has been accused of taking every opportunity to cajole and harp on the Democrats. He explains in four steps why he does it, why it's OK, and why it's the only way to save our democracy. Joe also reflects on his discussion with Michael Steele and previews his conversation with Parker Molloy.
Former Chairman of the RNC and Former Lt. Governor of Maryland Michael Steele describes himself as a “Pragmatic Conservative”. He is of the belief that The Republican Party has a “complex relationship with itself”. This week, he sits down with Joe Walsh to try to figure out what went wrong with the GOP, what led to the rise of Trump and Trumpism, and why it's OK to be a RINO.
The Clash got their start as a punk band, though they would move through elements of reggae, ska, funk, and new wave over time. The debut album eponymously titled The Clash would stay solidly in the punk movement which began trending the year before. Lead vocalist Pete Strummer and lead guitarist Mick Jones would write most of their original songs. Other personnel on this album included bassist Paul Simonon and drummers Topper Headon and Terry Chimes (listed as Tory Crimes).The debut album was recorded in three weeks in February 1977 for a cost of 4,000 pounds. It was released in the UK in April 1977, but would be released in the US in 1979 as their second album. The US release would see a different track listing, and some songs would be swapped out. Billed as "The Only Band That Matters", The Clash had signed a record deal with CBS Records in January 1977, and the organization pushed for a cleaner sound on their subsequent albums. This debut album represents the most consistent punk rock album The Clash would produce. However, The Clash would also have a staying power which was unusual in bands coming out of the punk movement. Janie JonesThe first song on the album is short, as are most Punk songs and most songs on this album. The name of the song comes from a minor English pop singer in the 1960's who scandalized the nation in 1973 when she was convicted of running a prostitution ring.White RiotThe idea of this song was to encourage whites to join in with black rioters to fight the establishment. The Clash was upset when the extreme right wing took this song as an anthem.I'm So Bored With the U.S.A.This is a response to the influx of American TV and culture. At the time a lot of American shows, particularly detective dramas, were on British TV. The song was used regularly as a set opener on American tours to (in Strummer's words) "find out if they had a sense of humor." London's BurningThe song is mainly about the punk scene's main choice of drug at the time: speed. It can also refer to the city lit up by headlights and streetlights of traffic, and people driving around or watching television with no real purpose in their lives. The guitar solo near the end of the song is unusual in punk rock, where a more minimalist attitude was typical. ENTERTAINMENT TRACK:Chevy Van by Sammy Johns (from the motion picture "The Van")The Van was a low-budget teen comedy released in April 1977 that would kick off the genre which would include "Porky's," "Up the Creek." and "Caddyshack." STAFF PICKS:Hotel California by the EaglesBruce leads off the staff picks with the iconic title track to the Eagles' biggest studio album. It won the Grammy Award for record of the year in 1978. The band says the song is their interpretation of the high life in Los Angeles - the idea of moving from innocence to experience. Felder, Henley, and Frey get writing credits, though Joe Walsh came up with the dual-guitar part at the end. Cherry Baby by StarzRob's staff pick is a deeper cut by and American heavy metal band from New Jersey. Starz never developed a lot of commercial success, but they had a cult following and were influential for a number of bands including Poison, Bon Jovi, and Twisted Sister. Several of the band members were from the band Looking Glass.Do Ya by the Electric Light OrchestraBrian brings us a hit that Jeff Lynne originally wrote in 1971 for a band called The Move. Todd Rundgren also recorded this song before ELO's version came out on their album "A New World Record." This version has a nice balance of rock guitars and symphonic elements typical of ELO.(Get a) Grip (On Yourself) by The StranglersWayne closes out the staff picks with another band that came up in the Punk scene but bridged to a more new wave sound. The band is unusual for punk bands because of the presence of keyboards. The song is based on the band's life in Chiddingfold, Surry England. It is about understanding who you really are and being true to your identity. INSTRUMENTAL TRACK:Spring Rain by Bebu SilvettiWe finish off with a disco-infused instrumental piece that was on the charts in this month.
Joe Walsh feels a profound sadness because we, as Americans, live in a political duopoly and the base of one of those two parties has been radicalized. This radicalized base is committed, active, hardcore... and dangerous. Joe explains and also reflects on his discussion with Jane Lynch and previews his conversation with Michael Steele.
This week, Joe Walsh sits down with actress/comedian/author (and fellow Chicagoan) Jane Lynch. She stands for anyone who loves democracy and they discuss whether or not democracy can survive in an age when we are tearing each other apart. They also discuss the flaws of tribalism, the myth of the Hollywood monolith, the literal dangers of cancel culture, and the importance of community.
On this episode of March Forth with Mike Bauman, Mike chats with Keith "Majick" Woggon. Tragically, Keith passed away from his battle with cancer on December 3rd, 2021 in Hot Springs, Arkansas. He was born in Toledo, Ohio on October 10, 1958 and led an interesting life where music was always around. Growing up with a musical father, Keith eventually picked up the guitar and started playing. Keith's dad also helped spark his interest in film and television. After graduating from Whitmer High School in Toledo, Keith spent some time out in Montana, where he was studying Film & Television at Montana State. Over the years, Keith would apply his loves for music in film in other avenues of his life. He spent 20 years as a music photographer, having shot live photos of the likes of Aerosmith, Tom Petty, Bob Dylan and Joe Walsh, among others. Additionally, he helped set up the sound on stage for numerous musician friends of his over the years. In this episode, Keith talks with Mike about how Keith's dad helped spark his interest in music and film, his time in Montana, eventually making his way to Memphis and getting into the local music scene there, his time and friends in Hot Springs, and more. Note from Mike: Prior to his passing, Keith mentioned the following artists to me, and I encourage you to check out their music: Billy Strings, Valerie June, Opal Agafia & The Sweet Nothings, and Crash Meadows. The book that Keith is mentioned in is called Follow The Money: A Month in the Life of a Ten-Dollar Bill by Steve Boggan. You can check it out here: https://www.amazon.com/Follow-Money-Month-Life-Ten-Dollar-ebook/dp/B008CEC4KU. Follow Mike on Instagram @marchforthpod, and on Twitter @mikevbauman. To stay up-to-date on the podcast and learn more about Mike, visit https://linktr.ee/marchforthpod. Thanks for listening! If ya dug the show, like it, share it, tell a friend, subscribe, and above all, keep the faith and be kind to one another.
Politicians can (and often do) say horrible things. Joe Walsh is of the opinion that what isn't said can be even worse. Silence implies permission…and silence can doom us all. Joe explains and also reflects on his discussion with Congressman Adam Kinzinger and previews his conversation with Jane Lynch.
Joe Walsh and Adam Kinzinger are “brothers in arms”, having both served in congress representing Illinois. However, since then, Walsh left the Republican Party and Kinzinger remains a member. In this discussion, they describe what it feels like to be “politically homeless”, if the GOP actually has a future, and what is more dangerous: Trump or Trumpism.
This week, with the help of Ming Chen from A Shared Universe PodcaStudio, Amy & Joe talk to two long time members of the Asbury Park art community, Porkchop and Bradley Hoffer, both of whose works feature prominently on the world famous Wooden Walls Project on the Asbury Park Boardwalk and who just this week saved Asbury's Christmas by creating the remarkable 17 foot high Christmas Tree Sculpture, named “The Giving Tree”, now on display in Convention Hall. We encourage you all to go down and check it out!
A Late Showgram favourite; Jesting The News where we invite a few comedians on to discuss some of the week's funny or weird news stories. Jim is joined by Dave Martin and Bobby Knauff and they're looking for a missing Emu. It is American Thanksgiving Day; and we invite our favourite Republican, broadcaster and former political representative Joe Walsh to talk a bit about what Thanksgiving means to him as well as some views on some high profile court decisions.
Entertainment Producer, David Fishof is the founder of Rock And Roll Fantasy Camp- In this podcast episode, we chat about the importance of music in people's lives, how he got his start in the entertainment industry, and his move, Rock And Roll Band Camp The Movie www.rockcampthemovie.com David Fishof is an open and friendly person and quite the character but don't let that fool you. He is a business person through-and-through as you will hear in our candid conversation. "Whether he's producing a tour, assembling an All-Starr band with Ringo Starr, or writing a best-selling book, there's one thing David Fishof is always doing: dreaming. Hailed as one of the most creative and innovative entertainment producers in the world, David has been responsible for some of the most original, successful, and exciting live shows ever brought to the stage. But of all the shows he's put on over his 40-plus year career, there's one production that stands out from all the rest: Rock ‘n' Roll Fantasy Camp. After years of good fortune working with veteran rockers like Roger Daltrey, Ringo Starr, The Monkees, Levon Helm, Joe Walsh, Jack Bruce and Peter Frampton, David decided it was time to share his experiences with rock fans around the world. And so, in 1997, he debuted the rock camp—a place where people from all walks of life can reconnect with their passion for music alongside the most famous names in the business." --- 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/chucktuck/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chucktuck/support
Cenk Uygur is a leading progressive and the founder of “The Young Turks”. Despite their extraordinarily differing political backgrounds, Joe Walsh sits down with Uyger to try to find common ground on Bernie Sanders, the election process, political money and corruption… and along the way, share fascinating stories about how bad journalists can be at their jobs.
My guest today is Paul Christie. Paul is the bass player for iconic Australian band Mondo Rock. In the 80s, Paul also founder the Australian super group, The Party Boys which, lets say, had a floating membership of musicians with the likes of Kevin Borich, Joe Walsh, Mark Hunter, James Reyne, Swanny, Richard Harvey just to name a few. I hope you enjoy my conversation with Mr Paul Christie. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Click here to securely donate or tip The Gig Life Podcast via PayPal. Your support is very much appreciated. Thank you. The Gig Life Podcast: Website Instagram Facebook Twitter
This week, with the help of Ming Chen from A Shared Universe PodcaStudio, Amy & Joe talk to Tim Donnelly, who together with Danny Clinch, is a founding partner of the wildly successful Sea.Hear.Now Festival in Asbury Park; which wrapped up its third iteration this past September. We talk to Tim about the festival, and its connection to his history of activism with the Surfrider Foundation and working his way around the county on tour with Lollapalooza.
Academic Tom Nichols and Joe Walsh may be “Never-Trumpers,” but they think differently about most issues. They converse and try to establish some common ground regarding Populism, the factors that allowed Trump to gain power, why so many people want it to be 1965 again, and the differences between bad people and bad citizens.
The Democrats had “a bad night” on Election Day 2021… especially in Virginia. Joe Walsh knows why and offers his solution for the only way to beat the Republicans: ENGAGE. Joe explains and also reflects on his discussion with Touré and previews his conversation with Tom Nichols.
By any measure, Phil Jones has had an amazing career as a rock n' roll drummer, percussionist and producer. You've almost certainly heard his playing on a number of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers hits, as well as on “Free Fallin'” and “Runnin' Down a Dream” from Tom's biggest solo album, “Full Moon Fever.” He was a member of the ‘70s band Crabby Appleton, and has also recorded and played with the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Joe Walsh, Roy Orbison, Waddy Wachtel, Marc Ford and a host of other elite artists. Hear my chat with Phil on this week's KMB.
Everyone is partisan to a degree... And that's okay unless it forces you to be blind to what's right and wrong. Joe Walsh wants to get the blinders off of our officials. Also, the easiest part of Democracy wields the most power. Joe explains and also reflects on his discussion with Congressman Eric Swalwell and previews his conversation with Touré.
Amy Quinn and Joe Walsh talk to Sam Herried with the help of Ming Chen from A Shared Universe PodcaStudio. If you have not ridden a mountain bike on a Glacier Range in Alaska on your way to work, well neither have we. But today we are talking to Sam Herried, native of Fairbanks, Alaska, and PhD researcher in glaciology, who has. We talk to Sam about funding, conducting and publishing glacier research as a citizen scientist, all while holding down a barista job at the world-famous Asbury Roastery on the boardwalk. But as you will hear, Sam's many other interests proved too fascinating for us to stay on just one topic--so we grilled him about training for 100km ultramarathons, how does one play piano, drums and sing at the same time? and are there outdoor cats near the Arctic Circle? So many things that we might need to bring him back for a part II.
Representative Eric Swalwell is an outspoken, passionate Democratic Congressman from California. Joe Walsh was an outspoken, passionate Republican Congressman from Illinois. Politically, they agree on very little… but when they sit down to talk, they find common ground regarding the true existential threat facing our democracy. They each have worries about their respective parties, and they discuss the value of keeping a job versus doing the right thing.
EPISODE 200 IS HERE, BABY! HUGE thank you to everyone supporting the show, whether it be from Patreon, casual listeners, dedicated fans, friends of friends - we love you all and owe you a tremendous debt of gratitude for making the show what it is today. This week we sit down with California based luthier Doug Kauer of Kauer Guitars to talk about guitar building! Many thanks to Doug for joining us to celebrate episode 200. Unfortunately we lost the audio from Doug part way through the episode, but we'll be sure to have him back another time to discuss the segment we had to cut out. More details about that in the episode. Lastly, if you are not a Patreon supporter and would like to purchase a Tone Control care package, send us a note and we'll get you sorted out! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thetonecontrol/message
Ali Velshi is joined by Congresswoman Debbie Dingell, Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley, NBC's Mark Murray, Politico's Betsy Woodruff Swan, former Congressman Joe Walsh, political strategists Alencia Johnson and Rina Shah, NBC's Mike Memoli and Molly Hunter, the Boston Globe's Kimberly Atkins Stohr, and Gleaners Food Bank CEO John Elliott.
Joe Walsh is a guy who wears his emotions on his sleeve, and he's a little down on things today because of where we're at in our country. Joe explains and also reflects on his discussion with Jon Cryer and previews his conversation with Congressman Eric Swalwell.
The conservative media world seems to share a unified opinion about Hollywood: “They're a bunch of Libs!”. A few years back, Joe Walsh would've said the same thing. But when actor Jon Cryer sits down and talks with Walsh, much is revealed. The two try to find some common ground and discover the definition of “Real America.” It turns out the truth is nuanced and eye-opening.
It's no secret that politicians love to demonize their opponents, and Joe Walsh has a well-documented history of doing just that. That said, Joe Walsh is making an effort to change this behavior within himself, and even though he may have changed, it seems to be getting worse with others. Joe reflects on his discussion with Fred Guttenberg and Kris Brown and previews his talk with Jon Cryer.
Joe Walsh is a self-described “gun guy” and a “big Second Amendment guy”. In this episode, Joe sits down with Activist Fred Guttenberg (whose daughter was murdered in the 2018 Parkland School shooting) and Kris Brown, the President of The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, to talk about one of the most divisive topics of our time: guns. They try to find some common ground and what measures could be taken on which both sides could possibly agree.
The John Walsh tabloid has been found, Mike Duggan marries, new David Bowie, Katie Couric's tell-all, Impeachment on FX, vaccine Twitter polls, Trudi flips Drew's interrogation, and Marc's terrible tattoo ideas.Drew remains determined to pass Screech in followers. Please help.Trudi is tardy today and some people are questioning her scheduling.Our scientific Twitter poll on vaccination is complete.Don't advertise your fake vaccine cards on social media or charge $200.Impeachment: American Crime Story dropped another episode and Bill Clinton is a terrible gift giver.Trudi Jasina's onto the show.Eric Ferguson is the KING of mom radio. Where are you, Kathy Hart? Your leverage has never been higher.A lost David Bowie album is coming out.BMAC hates Morgan Wallen, but wants his money.Brooklyn 99 is finished.Gabrielle Union is popping off in a new book.Katie Couric is popping off and telling all in her new book.The infamous Globe cover with John Walsh and a sex toy has been found! We check out the 2001 tabloid.A Michigan man died with a winning lottery ticket in his pocket.Happy anniversary to the Chicago Tylenol Murders.Astronaut William Shatner has a new album dropping with Joe Walsh, Joe Jonas and others.Mandy Matney has hit it big time and is the greatest vocal fry podcaster of all time.Drew gets all his Petito/Laundrie news directly from Dog the Bounty Hunter now.Marc wants to get tattoos. Drew disapproves. This is Water.Vaccine Mandates: Good or bad idea? Vote here. NBA players who don't play games to due to their vaccination status will lose a lot of money. United Airlines is losing a lot of pilots due to vaccine mandates. Congress doesn't have to get it.Jamie Spears has been BLOWN OUT as Britney's conservatorship starting... NOW.Will Smith and his wife cheat on each other all the time.The Government is going to shut down and we're all going broke.Bob Carmack is a matchmaker as Mike Duggan weds Dr. Sonia Hassan.André Spivey resigns.Sage Steele is bummed that ESPN forced her to get a vaccine.Meet Drew's brother, The Good Doctor. Alex Jones predicted the 'Plandemic' in 2009 or he thought vaccines caused autismJoe Biden has hairy arms. Joe Biden has a big bush.Jesse Palmer is the new host of The Bachelor.The Chicago Bears may be leaving Soldier Field for the suburbs.Eminem showed up to meet a few customers at Mom's Spaghetti. His favorite Detroit radio show is Mojo.Little Steven was addicted to having sex with two girls at the same time. #Metoo.Life is not worth living after Dr. Jennifer Ashton dumps you.Rob Schneider couldn't sell enough tickets to see his fans in Lansing.Some listeners are really angry at Drew's Britney/Jamie Spears takes after watching one-sided documentaries.Chad doesn't get the show.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).