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Today's episode is about "The Devil and Daniel Johnston", a 2005 doc about the musician, outsider artist, and revered cult figure Daniel Johnston, directed by Jeff Feuerzeig. The movie was selected by our guest Noah Bond, who plays drums with many excellent bands including Cut Worms, Bonnie Doon, Sylvie, and Anna St. Louis. Daniel Johnston was an illustrator, filmmaker, and a musician who wrote and recorded countless beautiful songs, most of which were captured on a home cassette deck accompanied only by his rudimentary piano and guitar. Daniel was a troubled soul. He suffered from bipolar disorder and was hospitalized multiple times. The film focuses on his upbringing, featuring deeply revealing interviews with his family, as well as the outpouring of art that followed his brief college friendship with fellow artist Laurie Allen, who unknowingly became Daniel's muse. Eventually Daniel found a measure of fame for his music and art thanks to the attention he received from supporters such as Kurt Cobain. Daniel's life wasn't easy on him or the people around him. The film is a remarkable tribute to him and an enormous accomplishment. Rock Docs is a Treble Media Podcast hosted by David Lizerbram & Andrew Keatts Twitter: @RockDocsPod Instagram: @RockDocsPod Cover Art by N.C. Winters - check him out on Instagram at @NCWintersArt
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Joseph Hulscher was born and raised in Aberdeen, Washington, and began journaling the legend of this story as early as 2007. KCGB -The Boy From the Porch - My Dying Mom and Kurt Cobain is his first memoir. Joseph is the 2nd of 6 children, sharing the family home with four brothers and a sister. They are a part of this story as the memoir delivers an intimate retelling of interactions the famed grunge rocker, Kurt Cobain, had with our mother and siblings during a mid-1980s turning point in Cobain's life in Aberdeen, Washington. I was given a front-row seat to understanding Aberdeen and all the characters in this story, meeting Krist Novoselic in 9th grade at Miller Junior High School. As new kids at school that year, we shared the same road. There are many myths and legends concerning Kurt Cobain and his years living in Aberdeen, Washington, and many truths. The author spent his first 25 years living, working, and playing in the streets of life in town and has returned yearly on multiple occasions for 58 years. It was a different world back then. No internet, no cell phones, real conversations with real people. Grays Harbor will forever be recognized as my home away from home. Buy your copy of the book here: https://amzn.to/460H9uo Support Joseph Hulscher Online: https://kurtcobainbook.com/ https://kcgbbook.com/ https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100093238178364 For more information on how you can Own Your Awkward with Andy Vargo, check out https://www.awkwardcareer.com/ #podcast #awkward #ownyourawkward #acceptance #authentiicity #motivation #inspiration #author #aberdeen #grunge #kurtcobain #rock #music --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/own-your-awkward/support
It's Halloween, time to scare the pants off your friends. Grammar lessons. Iggy talks about a photo of Biggie, Tupac, and Kurt Cobain. Turns out that was a photoshop. Biggie vs. 'Pac. A show in Boston wants Belichick gone. PlowHawk brings up the Alan Williams situation. Iggy's parking photos. Car safety. Running red lights. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
My guest today delves into the science method for making your ideas “sticky” that leads to prospects saying yes to your products, ideas, and more. Thousands of entrepreneurs and big businesses have used Jim's simple secret to boost the power of social media posts and marketing efforts and achieve blockbuster success. He talks about the ice cream maker who used a surprising twist to explode sales, how Marilyn Monroe's beauty mark made her famous, the Utah couple who went from zero to $100 million in 18 months, how people like Kurt Cobain, Snoop Dogg, Warren Buffett, and Malcolm X used “brain glue”-type phrases that made them stand out from the crowd and more. His most recent book, Brain Glue, details his groundbreaking approach to marketing and persuasion in all areas of life. Jack Canfield of Chicken Soup for the Soul fame calls his book “Mind-blowing…this should be required reading for anyone in business.” https://gmventuresllc.com/http://www.yourlotandparcel.org
As much as we'd love to ignore the Bears-Packers Week 1 game, and whatever Luke Getsy drew up after months of preperation, we'll talk about it, but we'll focus more on our experience regarding the joint-smoking professional chef next to us at the tailgate, and other observations. After another contest of 'Keep An Eye on Dan," focus switches quickly to Tampa, which has a guy from an incredibly-named New York town that you just have to hear. Rick Feelsmen offers more expert gambling advice in Hamm's N Spreads, and the boys dive deep into your best Bears fantasy picks in Bears Fantasy Corner. Plus the Illini host the Nittany Lions this weekend in Champaign and the Gophers travel to future top draft pick Sam May (I might have that wrong) and his Tar Heels. Lots of fun along the way as we shake off this miserable feeling. 0:00 - 02:31 - Apologies to the estate of Kurt Cobain and his Nirvana bretheren. 02:23 - 03:41 - What's on tap tonight? 03:41 - 40:08 - What was our experience like in the stadium for Chicago-Green Bay? How do we feel days later? Did either of us watch the game back? Did the tailgater next to us make it home alive? We saw some red flags in the stadium before kickoff. Does Dan Doinks (0-3) finally win at Keep An Eye on Dan? 40:08 - 63:10 - Tampa Preview. Dan attempts to take us through a mental trip of Tampa, Florida, but somehow we end up in Upper New York. 63:10 - 86:38 - Hamm's N Bread. Rick Feelsmen (1-2) pops in for expert gambling advice. What games catch our eye this week? 86:38 - 94:06 - Bears Fantasy Corner. The boys (0-0-1) battle for fantasy supremacy this week with their hot picks against Tampa. 94:03 - 94:56 - Have some cash to burn? Order a Zero Doinks Cameo. 94:56 - 107:23 - Big Ten Minute. Bill Doinks will be in the house this week for Illini-Penn State. The Gophers travel to North Carolina in a tough non-conference battle. 107:23 - END - A little Cubs and Toffees talk plus have the ghosts returned in Dan's house? --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/zerodoinks/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/zerodoinks/support
On the 74th episode of the WGI Unleashed Podcast, we head down to our corporate office in West Palm Beach, FL, to chat with Keegan Larson, our VP, Transportation Operations Manager. Keegan began his professional career with WGI in our Transportation Engineering Division and is steadily approaching his 20-year anniversary with our firm. Tune in as we learn about Keegan's original roots in the Pacific Northwest, spending the first several years of his childhood in Seattle, WA. However, with his father working as a consulting engineer on large-scale transportation projects, Keegan found himself relocating around the nation as he grew up, spending time in New Jersey as well as Tallahassee and Orlando, Florida. With a passion for engineering, like his father, and a yearning for a true "college town" experience, Keegan packed his bags and headed to Purdue University in Indiana, where he obtained his Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering. Be sure to listen
The second annual Band Shirt Day is September 15th, 2023. Presented by MerchFriends and Spotify, with support from Hello Merch, Bandsintown, Rough Trade NYC, and WASTOIDS, Band Shirt Day is a global fundraising initiative, where artists come together for a single day to sell merchandise on their official sales channels and donate proceeds to charitable organizations of their choice. To celebrate, Dylan Gette-King of Merch Friends has linked up with the WASTOIDS feed for a Band Shirt Day celebration, featuring a history of the band shirt, and stories from the movers and shakers of underground music, figures like Bill Mooney of Kung Fu, who joins us to discuss how he got started making band merch on Redd Kross' dirty laundry and inspired Sonic Youth's Washing Machine, and Steve DePace of Flipper, who tells us how Kurt Cobain's fandom ended up making the Flipper logo a band shirt icon.This year, Band Shirt Day brings artists like Portugal. The Man, Blondie, Billy Strings, The Revivalists, The Format, Grace Potter, Flipper, Dead Kennedys, and many more together to sell merchandise through their official sales channels, donating a percentage of proceeds to the charitable organizations of their choice. So what shirt are YOU going to wear September 15th for Band Shirt Day 2023? We'd love to hear your choice and any stories you have about band shirts: call 1-877-WASTOIDS and leave us a message. To learn more about Band Shirt Day and how to get involved, visit us at bandshirtday.com and be sure to use the hashtag #Bandshirtday on September 15th.Call us anytime at 1-877-WASTOIDS. More podcasts and videos at WASTOIDS.com | Follow us on Instagram and YouTube.
American Spy Fox on Kurt Cobain case and Courtney Love sex trafficking allegations. American Spy Fox, Charlie Elliott is a music journalist on youtube with 50,000+ subscribers, We discuss grunge music, the Kurt Cobain case, Courtney Love, Dave Grohl being the luckiest musician on the planet, and much more. https://www.youtube.com/@AmericanSpyFox --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theyoungjurks/support
On this episode of the All Things Croatia Podcast is Steve Pavlovic, known as Pav. Pav is a Croatian-Australian music entrepreneur and from booking some of the biggest bands in the 90's, to starting his own record label, to putting on festivals in Croatia, he's done it all. “For a fair bit of the 1990s, Steve Pavlovic was the coolest guy in Australia. Pav had the home phone numbers of everyone on the cutting edge, from Kurt Cobain and Dave Grohl to Beastie Boys and Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth.” Pav talks about his Croatian roots and connecting with fellow Croat and Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic after bringing Nirvana on their first tour to Australia. He also talks about starting his own record label and signing bands including Tame Impala and Wolfmother. Stay tuned to hear about the festivals on a Croatian island he used to put on as well as how he's currently enjoying his time on the island of Vis!- https://www.instagram.com/this_is_unpopular/
This week Jeremy interviews Dallas Green of City and Colour / Alexisonfire On this episode Dallas and Jeremy talk skateboarding, Sade, his family's love of music, Alice in Chains, Canada, Kurt Cobain, the Fender Prodigy guitar, Al Pacino, Sonic Onion Records, forming Alexisonfire, being inspired by the band Taken, Equal Vision Records, collaborating with Gared from Planes Mistaken For Stars, transitioning to City and Colour, Dine Alone Records, releasing an album with Pink, his new record "The Love Still Held Me Near", and so much more! SUBSCRIBE TO THE PATREON to hear a bonus episode where Dallas answered questions that were submitted by subscribers! Follow the show on INSTAGRAM and TWITTER Want some First Ever Podcast merch? Click here!
John Corabi of The Dead Daisies discusses his history with records, the collectibility of his music catalogue on vinyl, his recent book "Horseshoes & Hand Grenades", moments of with the likes of Nirvana, Eddie Van Halen & more. Returning to The Dead Daisies Relationship with former members Is The Dead Daisies the best gig in rock and roll? Why did he leave TDD originally? Can he balance The Dead Daisies with his solo work? John's sorted past, growing up with records John is buying records again but doesn't have a turntable The collectability of John's vinyl history – Motley Crue, Brides of Destruction, solo work Writing his book “Horseshoes & Hand Grenades” Blowback because of the book Audition for Quiet Riot in the late 80s Meeting up with Kurt Cobain and Dave Grohl Nirvana helped clear out the copy-cat bands John's memories of the shift in musical tastes John's favourite 15 years of music Multiple genres on radio Memories of Eddie Van Halen, backyard party The Howard Hughes of rock and roll The tape library in 5150 studio Interview wrap up Extended, Commercial-Free & High Resolution version of this podcast is available at: www.Patreon.com/VinylGuide Listen on Apple: https://apple.co/2Y6ORU0 Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/36qhlc8
In this riveting episode of Drinks with Johnny, we delve deep into the enigmatic and haunting phenomenon known as the "27 Club." We invite you on a journey through the lives, music, and tragic fates of some of the most iconic artists who left an indelible mark on the world before their untimely deaths at the age of 27. Drawing from interviews with renowned music historians, psychologists, and fellow musicians, Johnny and his guests attempt to unravel the mystique surrounding the 27 Club. They explore the interconnected lives of legends like Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, and Kurt Cobain. Through insightful discussions, they analyze the circumstances that led these brilliant souls to the peak of fame and creativity, only to meet a tragic end. Listeners will gain an intimate understanding of the pressures, challenges, and emotional turbulence that often accompany artistic genius. The episode also examines the societal and cultural factors that contribute to the allure of the 27 Club, raising thought-provoking questions about the price of fame and the impact of mental health in the music industry. As Johnny and his guests raise a toast to the memory of these unforgettable artists, they delve into their iconic discographies, sharing personal anecdotes and favorite tracks that continue to resonate with fans worldwide. The episode not only pays homage to the incredible contributions of the 27 Club members but also encourages a broader dialogue about mental health, the responsibilities of fame, and the enduring legacy of these musical icons. So grab your favorite drink, settle in, and join Johnny and his guests for a deep and introspective conversation that navigates the highs and lows of artistic brilliance, the allure of the 27 Club, and the eternal impact of their music on generations to come. Become a FILTHY ANIMAL and get access to exclusive content: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2qKyxOwoa_Uz5d5xCZEUPw/join Explore More Drinks With Johnny: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/drinkswithjohnny Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drinkswithjohnny Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drinkswithjohnny Twitter: https://twitter.com/drinkswjohnny Shop: https://www.drinkswithjohnny.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this installment of TPS Reports the Squares and Jarv discuss going to a Lollapalooza afterparty, sleeping with dudes, garbage chairs, the allegations against Lizzo, Christopher Nolan movies, Kurt Cobain using autotune & the current value of music sales. Outro song: "Keyfinder" by Nahte Renmus Smoochie Gang Playlist Term's Album of the Week Playlist Please send questions, stories & whatever else to email@example.com and feel free to leave us a voicemail at 708-797-3079. The Palmer Squares on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Patreon & more Shop for Official TPS Merchandise
In honor of Top Ten's fiftieth episode, we're re-running our top ten podcasts. This week, our number two--Top Ten Scandals! The “official” Top Ten Scandals are as follows: 1. Bill Cosby 2. Watergate 3. OJ Simpson 4. Princess Diana 5. Lorena Bobbitt 6. Kurt Cobain 7. Charles Ponzi 8. Casey Anthony 9. JonBenet Ramsey 10. Owen Hart HONORABLE MENTIONS: ~ Pete Rose ~ Lance Armstrong ~ Tonya Harding ~ Dick Cheney Duck Hunt ~ On-going rules for all Top Tens: No single person, place or thing being awarded is allowed to have Top Ten placement more than three times for different creations and/or achievements. If one Top Ten pick is selected more than once but no more than three times, it automatically is to be considered for Top 5 selection. Honorable mentions do not count. All Top Tens must be created in the spirit of appreciation for the category/topic only. All picks must be backed by reasonable arguments, facts and intrigue about the pick, or debatable tastes and personal opinions. Intro and outro music licensed through Tribe of Noise Pro. The song "Transmitter" by 10 Code can be found at their website: https://www.10-code.com/ Please like, share, and subscribe! What should our next Top Ten be? For all Top Ten questions and comments, please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Listen to the full discussion here: https://integrallife.com/pearl-jam-restoring-idealism-to-rock-and-roll/ Every now and again, pop culture reinvents itself. Our collective tastes are born, destroyed, and reborn again, swinging like a massive pendulum from one aesthetic extreme to the next. As a new cultural niche becomes more and more popularized, fierce artistic independence eventually devolves into reckless overindulgence, and creative novelty slowly bleeds away until all that is left is a formulaic husk used to manufacture tomorrow's next fads. It is usually at this point, when a particular scene becomes so over-saturated that it can no longer support the weight of its own excess, that the entire scene dies an often-humiliating death, bloated and alone on an unflushed toilet. In the 1980s the music scene in America was dominated by the glut and theatrics of “glam metal.” For nearly 10 years, most of popular music was defined by sex, drugs, and machismo-in-drag, and an entire generation of youth nearly lost themselves within a cloud of hairspray. There was a void in the cultural heart of the musical mainstream that was dying to be filled—an utter lack of artistic interiority, emotional depth, and authenticity. Untold millions were craving artistic substance, and were only offered artificial decadence. Then along came grunge, taking the entire world by storm in the early 90′s. From the rain-soaked streets of Seattle emerged a new voice for American youth. In much the same way that punk music arrived just in time to offer salvation for our Disco-era sins, grunge music promised to completely cleanse our cultural palette, placing an aesthetic imperative upon more simplicity, more spontaneity, and more sincerity. And so bands like Nirvana, Soundgarden, Alice in Chains, The Smashing Pumpkins, and Pearl Jam crashed into the mainstream, forever changing the landscape of American music. From behind a tsunami of massively distorted guitars, hallowed vocals, and countless acres of flannel, appeared an unmistakable return to introspection and idealism — even while cloaked by themes of angst and despair, the natural result of our collective interiors being ignored for almost a decade. Few bands of the era embody this move toward introspection and idealism as strongly as Pearl Jam. As the grunge scene continued to explode, it was becoming apparent that the inherent iconoclasm of the scene was ill-suited to handle the immense pressures of fame, and many artists found themselves circling the drain of inevitable self-destruction — for many, Kurt Cobain's suicide was a morbid reminder of what can happen when artistic ideals are reduced to mere currency for the status-sphere. One by one the originators of grunge began to fall away, and an impossibly huge body of talent was forever lost to suicide and drug addiction. Not many bands survived as the industry began churning out the newest grunge-inspired fads, marketed (ironically) as “alternative rock.” Pearl Jam was one of the few who did make it through this period of intense commodification. Unlike most others from the Seattle era, they were able to prevent themselves from being crushed by the enormous pressure that their celebrity brought to their personal and professional lives. While they did in a sense try to distance themselves from their own fame, they were also simultaneously using their celebrity as a platform for their idealism, soon finding themselves fighting “on all fronts” for initiating real change in the world. From their famed battle with the corruption of the Ticketmaster venue monopoly, to publicly berating the policies of George W. Bush, to expressing pro-choice sentiments in concert, to promoting awareness around Crohn's disease — Pearl Jam was helping to return rock and roll to its roots, in terms of both the profoundly personal and the deeply political. And they continue to do it to this day, more than 30 years since the band first formed.
On this week's Talkhouse episode we've got two guys who've known each other for decades, and who have a popular podcast, a post-hardcore band, and a new novel between them: Geoff Rickly and Jonah Bayer. Now Geoff Rickly is best known as the singer of the band Thursday, whose 2001 album Full Collapse is rightly considered a touchstone in the post-hardcore/screamo genre. That band had a full and varied existence, creating an impressive catalog that they still occasionally tour on. Rickly has also been part of other wild and wooly outfits: He stood in for the singer of legendary vampire-hardcore band Ink & Dagger for a tour, after their singer passed away—you'll hear about that band in this conversation. But most recently, Rickly switched his focus to writing his first novel, which just came out. Someone Who Isn't Me is most definitely not a memoir, though it is slightly more than loosely based on Rickly's experience in being in a band, becoming addicted to heroin, and finding a path to treatment. The other half of this conversation is an old friend and bandmate of Ricky's, Jonah Bayer. Bayer and Rickly were part of the mysterious supergroup United Nations, which put out a bunch of music while keeping most of their identities secret. There's a small but powerful United Nations catalog out there, if you're into confrontational, mysterious hardcore. Bayer is also a journalist and recently started working as a mental-health clinician, which maybe makes him the perfect guy to chat with Rickly about his book. Oh, and Bayer also hosts a really fun podcast with his sister Vanessa Bayer—of Saturday Night Live fame—called How Did We Get Weird that just launched its third season. In this chat, Bayer gets deep with Rickly about Someone Who Isn't Me, diving into the odd structure of the book, whether it made sense to fictionalize his friends, and how to dramatize a psychedelic trip. The two also talk about how “pharma bro” Martin Shkreli fits into Rickly's story, how Ink & Dagger deserves more recognition, and about a Kurt Cobain dream that Rickly once had. Enjoy. Thanks for listening to the Talkhouse Podcast, and thanks to Jonah Bayer and Geoff Rickly for chatting. If you like what you heard, please follow Talkhouse on your favorite podcasting platform, and check out all the goodness at Talkhouse.com. This episode was produced by Myron Kaplan, and the Talkhouse theme is composed and performed by the Range. See you next time!
Hosts Geordie and Michelle dive into the shallow end of two bombers: the London nail bomber and the Unabomber. Geordie's research reveals heartbreaking stories, far-right radicalism and three nail-bomb attacks in Brixton, Soho and East London that left the city reeling, while Michelle researches the Unabomber and Gen Z's fascination with Ted Kaczynski's anti-tech pro-nature manifesto… Was the Unabomber right? So pop your headphones in, grab a brown lemonade and join the duo for chit chat on Kurt Cobain, Courtney Love, hot postie, Simon Pegg, UFOs and some loose facts on nail and mail bombers, only on Eavesdroppin' podcast. And remember, wherever you are, whatever you do, just keep Eavesdroppin'!*Disclaimer: We don't claim to have any factual info about anything ever and our opinions are just opinions not fact, sooorrrryyy! Don't sue us!Vote for us in the British Podcast Awards! https://www.britishpodcastawards.com/votingPlease rate, review, share and subscribe in all the usual places – we love it when you do!Support us at Patreon
Our guest in episode #132 is Christina Cannes; she is a coach, hypnotherapist, and nutritionist. She's also had mediumship abilities since was a child and works with clients to clear trauma in this life and past lives. Today we will talk about an experience she had recently where she spoke with the spirit of a well-known musician who left us almost 30 years ago. What we observed:While listening to Lana Del Rey's new album the spirit of Kurt Cobain came through Kurt Cobain did not kill himself; according to what he said, he was murderedHow Kurt helps and inspires artists similar to how John Lennon inspired himOne of his messages was to be careful of the media you consumeHow speaking to Kurt Cobain was different from her usual visitorsThe importance of protective boundaries for mediums Messages from Princess Diana as well as JFK Jr were the exact opposite of what was portrayed in the mediaUsing discernment in the spirit worldValidating messages from the other side to ensure they are accurateFor more info: https://bigbeautifulsky.com/Light in the DarknessAt LITD we dive into the paranormal & supernatural realm from a Christian perspective....Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the showMusic by Black Box Traders
Well the lifestyle, it's contagious and sometimes outrageous. Hop on board the conspiracy train and refrain from disdain as we splatter your brain with primate propaganda about Kurt Cobain. This frontman for the world's most famous grunge band was dealt an unfair hand and it's hard to understand how the mouthpiece from Hole took control of the investigation that rocked the nation Was it self inflicted or friendly fire? Did the fame and fortune go to his head? Or was it a shotgun from his lover instead? Was the darkness too much for ol Kurt to handle? Did he turn to the needle, the spoon, and the candle? Crack open a beer it smells like teen spirit and tie off a vein in the name of Cobain. Whatever you do keep your eye on miss love or you'll end up in hell, or in heaven above. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ewing-house-studios/support
Let's get even more odd. We're back to wind down our conversation about some unusual musical pairings that shouldn't work but (for the most part) do. Our man in the Valley Geoff Pearlman shares some deep cuts and we present a truly eclectic playlist for your earholes to enjoy or at least appreciate. Top Ten Unlikely Collaborations is a pretty self-explanatory topic, so don't overthink it - just listen to Part 2 and picks 5-1 and see if you agree with our list.If you missed Part 1, don't be a slacker and start here:https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/alltimetopten/episodes/2023-07-17T04_00_00-07_00What's available of the Top Ten Unlikely Collaborations playlist can be found here on the Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2FyaqQuCipiBXa6c0801Lx?si=3bcb424faf134126Geoff makes his bones making music, folks. It's probably in the top 10 of most essential professions on earth and we're not even close to being sarcastic. Keep up with his shenanigans at his website:https://www.geoffpearlmanmusic.comThanks to all who are making the ATTT1000 aka The 1,000 Greatest Songs We've Ever Heard so much fun to unveil. Get that playlist in your earholes now!Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1dmYMmJDAAK1B6CxS9msYO?si=a690037815754ee8YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TydZ4NAXMic&list=PL2Sj57_93sSc5g3NUhDTwU-_JBMJg385G
Hello, Eavesdroppers! This week on Eavesdroppin' comedy podcast... Rock n' roll conspiracies! Is Paul dead? Yes, host Geordie looks at the classic conspiracy theory that Paul McCartney died in 1967 and was replaced by a lookalike. Why does Paul have no shoes in the Abbey Road album cover? Is John Lennon really saying “I buried Paul”? Is the Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band cover Paul's funeral? All this and more gets discussed! Then Michelle looks at the suicide of Nirvana's Kurt Cobain… Or was it? Why do people think Kurt Cobain was murdered? How come people still think Courtney Love was involved? Why isn't there a stab hole in Kurt's suicide note? And what are some of the key conspiracy theories surrounding Kurt's death? All this and more from hosts Geordie & Michelle on Eavesdroppin' podcast. We hope you enjoy this week's episode and remember, wherever you are, whatever you do, just keep Eavesdroppin'!*Disclaimer: We don't claim to have any factual info about anything ever and our opinions are just opinions not fact, sooorrrryyy! Don't sue us!Please rate, review, share and subscribe in all the usual places – we love it when you do! Support us at Patreon
Let's start here. Cody Canada—our latest guest on The Load Out Music Podcast—is many things but he is most certainly not some radio DJ in Canada, in the event you were curious. No, he's a pioneering figure in red dirt music and one of the more respected musicians in songwriting circles today. But many casual music fans might be unfamiliar with his name, instead knowing his work from the legendary band that he founded and led from 1994 – 2010: Cross Canadian Ragweed. For those unfamiliar with red dirt music, it's a genre stuck between country and rock-and-roll named for the color of the Oklahoma soil. It has featured acts such as Jason Boland & the Stragglers, Stoney Larue, Charlie Robison, the Turnpike Troubadours, and the Randy Rogers Band—but has also extended to the likes of Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Steve Earle, Ray Wylie Hubbard and those who have built the Texas country-rock scene. Canada got hooked on music when he attended a George Strait show while living in Texas as a kid. The next day he asked his parents for a guitar and it was on. In his teen years, Canada was insulated, a loner, he freely admits he didn't have many friends. His family then relocated to Yukon, Oklahoma, and his obsession with the regional outlaw country music and the Seattle sounds of Nirvana and Pearl Jam only deepened. Music became his thing—his only thing—and in 1994, Canada put together a band with Matt Weidemann (bass), Grady Cross (guitar), and Randy Ragsdale (percussion). Cross Canadian Ragweed was born and one of their first gigs was playing a on a glorious trailer on “Czech Day” in Yukon—where they played for six hours. The band would move to Stillwater, Oklahoma, and in 1998 put out its first album, Carney. But it wasn't until Ragweed's 2002 self-titled album featuring Canada's song “17” that the band broke through. Then things really went next level in 2004 with the album Soul Gravy. It debuted at number five on Billboard's country charts—despite Canada wanting to be as far from Nashville country as he possibly can to this day—and featured the hit songs “Sick and Tired” with Lee Ann Womack and “Alabama.” But like happens in most bands, tensions rose in Ragweed—a topic Canada does not shy away from—and the band dissolved in 2010. In 2011, Canada and bassist Jeremy Plato formed Cody Canada & the Departed, releasing the album This Is Indian Land, a collection of covers written by Oklahoma songwriters. The band ultimately minimized to simply, The Departed, and over the past decade, Canada has moved forward with the band as well as on solo projects, writing music and reaping the rewards of a legacy he's built over 30 years. In 2020, MusicFest, the esteemed festival in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, paid tribute to Canada with live recorded performances from his songwriting peers, releasing the album The Years: A MusicFest Tribute to Cody Canada. Ragweed also released the reboot of “Soul Gravy” in 2022. Womack returned to sing on the new version along with performances from some key musicians who helped shape the original album including Randy Rogers and Ray Wiley Hubbard. And just recently, Canada joined longtime friends Micky and Gary Braun (of Micky and the Motorcars) on the “Acoustic Healing Tour.” All along, in spite of being a pioneer in red dirt music, family remains the bedrock of Canada's life. He and his wife Shannon lead a School of Rock in their hometown of New Braunfels, Texas, where they are raising their children Dierks Cobain Canada (named for friend Kierks Bentley and Nirvana's Kurt Cobain) and Willy Vedder Canada (named for Willy Braun of the band Reckless Kelly and Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder). So, sit back for a great conversation on The Load Out Music Podcast with an incredibly accomplished musician and fascinating character in Cody Canada.
It's that time of year again, where we lace up our Doc Martins and hike over to the Pacific Northwest to the land of everything GRUNGE! Is it possible that we are on our 5th ep in this series and we still haven't played Nirvana, Soundgarden, Alice In Chains, and Pearl Jam??? Oh yeah… Your hosts remember this time fondly, as we were young adults when the Seattle scene invaded all rock n' roll avenues in the US. This episode features songs from bands outside the big 4 of grunge, or the Seattle sound, or whatever you want to call that stuff that happened in the early 90s. A perfect amalgam of punk, classic rock, and metal is right in our wheelhouse. We have a lot of fun reminiscing about this unique time in rock history. Grab a Starbucks, put your flannel on, and join us on the trek!Songs this week include:Mind Funk – “Goddess” or “Mama, Moses and Me” from Dropped (1993)Satchel – “Taste It” from EDC (1994) PJ Harvey – “Victory” from Dry (1992)Billionaire – “The Jimmie Hale Mission” from Ascension (2000)Malfunkshun – “My Liberty (With Morals)” from Return To Olympus (1987)For Love Not Lisa – “Nothing But The Heavy” from The Lost Elephant (1999)Icky Joey – “Bone Of Contention” from Pooh (1993)Please subscribe everywhere that you listen to podcasts!Visit us: https://inobscuria.com/https://www.facebook.com/InObscuriahttps://twitter.com/inobscuriahttps://www.instagram.com/inobscuria/Buy cool stuff with our logo on it!: https://www.redbubble.com/people/InObscuria?asc=uCheck out Robert's amazing fire sculptures and metal workings here: http://flamewerx.com/If you'd like to check out Kevin's band THE SWEAR, take a listen on all streaming services or pick up a digital copy of their latest release here: https://theswear.bandcamp.com/If you want to hear Robert and Kevin's band from the late 90s – early 00s BIG JACK PNEUMATIC, check it out here: https://bigjackpnuematic.bandcamp.com/
Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Kurt Cobain, Amy Winehouse. Sie und viele andere Musikstars starben durch Alkohol und härtere Drogen. Wie kommt es zu der Faustregel „Musik braucht Drogen“ - und gilt sie heute noch immer?Von Burkhard Reinartzwww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, FreistilDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
Beneath the surface of Western history––deep within its cavernous tunnels––flows a river of gold. On this episode we explore the essential concepts of alchemy, alchemical artwork, Jung's theory regarding the projection of unconscious material, inexplicable dreams with alchemical symbolism, the paradox of consciousness & matter, and the unique role of revelation in alchemy. In the end, we return to The Red Book to track down a special passage which seems to prove Dr. Jung tapped into alchemy through his active imagination method seven years before officially studying it. ∞∞∞∞∞ Read my Rudiments of Alchemy article and view the Splendor Solis gallery here: https://mjdorian.com/alchemy/ Join the Creative Codex mailing list: https://mjdorian.com/mail/ ∞∞∞∞∞ Support Creative Codex on my Patreon and get access to exclusive episodes, including the Kurt Cobain series and all the Episode Exclusives: https://www.patreon.com/mjdorian Buy me a coffee or add to my fancy books fund on Venmo: https://venmo.com/code?user_id=3235189073379328069&created=1681912456.228596&printed=1 ∞∞∞∞∞ View a transcript of this episode here: https://mjdorian.com/transcripts/ ∞∞∞∞∞ Cover art: detail of Plate 4 from Splendor Solis (1553) ----------- Research Sources: • Memories, Dreams, Reflections by Carl Jung • The Red Book by Carl Jung • Psychology and Alchemy by Carl Jung • Alchemical Studies by Carl Jung • Man & His Symbols by Carl Jung • Alchemy by Marie Louise von Franz • Alchemical Imagination by Jeffrey Raff • Splendor Solis by Salomon Trimsosin • Atalanta Fugies by Michael Maier • Spagyrics by Jean Dubuis ———— Audio Editor: Marisa Ferdenzi (Check out Marisa's band, Citygirl: https://www.instagram.com/citygirlband/ ) Bob the Law-Bot ad: Glen Vivaris (Follow Glen's escapades here: https://www.instagram.com/glenmakes/ ) All Music by MJDorian Written & Produced by MJDorian ———— Thank you to my Dream Maker tier! Executive Producer: Mike Hill Executive Producer: Kurt Ward --------- Thank-you's & 'shout outs' to the Shadow Fam! Shadow-Fam: AKD, Anna Wolff, Aranea Push, Angela Ramseyer, Deborah Meyers, Barak Talker, Carmella Cole, Corey, Cesar Roman, Clark Price, Clinton King, Dallas O'Kelly, DVM, Ellis Morton, Geo_H, Glen QuiltSwissy, Hamed Iranmehr, Hilde, Janet Roccanova, Jay, Jen The Atelierista, Jennifer Wilson, Joe Boland, Jye Marchant, Kahlil Pyburn, Kayla Dawson, Keith, Kristina Lamour Sansone, Maurus Fitze, Michael Lloyd, Payton, Rach, Rachel Schultz, Rebecca, Robert, Scott Wierzbicki, Sigitas Treciokas, Simon Bonanno, Sowmya Hariharan, Tim Sussss, Terry W, Yadie Cisneros, Cesar Roman, Romina, Kawika, Ristow Fitness, Yasmine Weiss, Danny Olague, Jane Lopardo. Thank you for your support! --------- Connect with me on social media for all the newest updates: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/creativecodex Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mjdorian/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mjdorian TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@mjdorian --------- Creative Codex is written & produced by MJDorian. All rights reserved.
American Spy Fox, Charles Elliott is a music journalist on youtube with 50,000+ subscribers. We discuss the Kurt Cobain case, Courtney Love, Dave Grohl being the luckiest musician on the planet, and much more. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theyoungjurks/support
Steve Turner is the guitarist and cofounder of the seminal Seattle grunge band Mudhoney. Steve talks his book, "MUD RIDE: A Messy Trip Through the Grunge Explosion," the loss of Kurt Cobain, early Guns N' Roses, and more! More info: https://mudhoney.org/pages/mud-ride
What's up everybody! In todays episode Colby from Conspiracy Playtime podcast, joins us for an absolute CRUSHER! Colby will walk us through the life of Cortney Love and the questionable and insidious circumstances that lead to the death of Kurt Cobain. Colby and I connect the dots to reveal the possible connection between Courtney Love and the infamous “suicide”. This episode is dynamite! To enjoy the full episode, visit the Cosmic Peach Patreon and make your reservation to Room 237! To check out more from Conspiracy Playtime, click the link below! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/conspiracy-playtime/id1585513487 Patreon.com/Cosmicpeachpodcast
This week, Japanese law enforcement cracks down on a yakuza member for not cleaning up after his dog, and orcas are mysteriously sinking ships near Spain and Portugal. Hosts: Kevin Harrison, Mike Wiebe, Brian Camp Producer & Music: Mark Ryan Announcer: Nancy Walker Graphic Designer: Mike Tidwell Merch: https://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/79908204 Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/internationalnewspod
This week on "I've Been Meaning To Listen To That" we review "IN UTERO" by Nirvana with special guest EMILY ST. JAMES! Plus, Andrew and Harper delve into why "Cloud Atlas" & "Happiest Season" is overlooked, why Taylor Swift's sexuality is such a topic of intrigue, potential trans readings on "In Utero" and how it depicts dysphoria, and whether DC Talk's cover of "All Apologies" does justice to Kurt Cobain's legacy! Follow Emily St. James on Twitter (@emilystjams) & Instagram (@emilystjams) Follow Andrew Ambrose Lee on Instagram (@andrewambroselee) Follow Michael Limentato on Twitter (@limentaco) & Instagram (@limentaco) Follow Harper Thomson on Instagram (@harpingabout) Follow Stenley Philippe on Instagram (@snapasten) Cover Art by Megan Rika Young (Twitter: @meganrika Instagram: @meganrika) Theme Song by OTNES (Twitter: @mxotnes Instagram: @mxotnes) Follow us at (@ibmtltt) on Tiktok & Instagram, and email us at email@example.com Leave us a rating or review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify! Have a good daaay! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ibmtltt/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ibmtltt/support
LA MUERTE DEL REY DE GRUNGE... CON LA MUERTE TEMPRANA Y CONFUSA DE KURT COBAIN LLEGARON MUCHAS TEORIAS DE CONSPIRACION, MUCHAS LUCES AL ABUSO DE DROGAS, A LA DEPRESION, AL ACOSO MEDIATICO, A LAS RELACIONES TOXICAS... FORMA PARTE DEL CLUB DE LOS 27 Y SU MUERTE SIGUE CAUSANDO MUCHAS DUDAS... TU QUE OPINAS? --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cronicasdecrimen/message
About a year before Kurt Cobain met his demise, the Seattle scene was dealt a blow with the murder of rising star Mia Zapata of The Gits. Ten years after the murder the killer was located using DNA left at the scene. But, there are still many questions surrounding this case. Today we look into this incident and all the theories, conspiracies etc. around it.Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.orgSend in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nwczradios-dtrh/message
On Episode 129, we're bringing you the 2nd installment of our 90's Flashback series. This decade was a special time for many of us and if you lived it, you loved it! We have music from The Smashing Pumpkins, Bush, Beck, Guns N' Roses, Ice Cube, Oasis, Sublime, No Doubt, Cypress Hill and plenty more. We also have special tributes dedicated to Nirvana, Green Day and A Tribe Called Quest. At the break, we're back on our 90's talk. From movie soundtracks to infamous beef between Axl Rose and Kurt Cobain all the way to some of our guilty pleasures. Stay tuned because this is an episode you're not going to want to miss! www.takeitpersonalradio.com Follow us on Instagram @takeitpersonalradio Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TakeItPersonal
This week we are honored to have back on the show the wonderful and charming Steffan Chirazi! On episode 208 we heard the story of how Steffan came to be the editor in chief of Metallica's in-house fanzine, So What. He's written for many esteemed publications (Sounds, RIP, Kerrang!) and worked with many notable artists. Steffan graciously took time out his busy schedule on tour with Metallica to treat us to the always fascinating inner workings of his mind. Here's what we discussed:- guilty pleasures- re-evaluating Limp Bizkit- tribalism- curiosity about the creative process- Motorhead- David Bowie and James Brown- interview styles- Ginger Baker and Meatloaf- interviewing Kurt Cobain- interviewing Metallica- Hetfield as a great lyricist- Hetfield as a songwriter- Chris Cornell- the price of genius- Layne Stayley- Ministry- fraud syndrome- on and off the record- an interesting phone call with Axl Rose- Kurt Cobain's last interview- hanging with H.R. Giger- not taking Metallica for granted- Setffan's Patreon (link below)- Steffan's future book- Steffan's Tottenham podcast (link below)- impostersFollow Steffan on Instagram HERE.Support Steffan on Patreon HERE.Follow The Game Is About the Glory HERE.Read Steffan's interviews HERE.Clint Wells - Going Supernova (Out Now!)Merch store HERE!If you think Metal Up Your Podcast has value, please consider taking a brief moment to leave a positive review and subscribe on iTunes here:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/metal-up-your-podcast-all-things-metallica/id1187775077You can further support the show by becoming a patron. All patrons of Metal Up Your Podcast at the $5 level receive volumes 1-4 of our Cover Our World Blackened EP's for free. Additionally, patrons are invited to come on the show to talk about any past Metallica show they've been to and are given access to ask our guests like Ray Burton, Halestorm, Michael Wagener, Jay Weinberg of Slipknot and members of Metallica's crew their very own questions. Be a part of what makes Metal Up Your Podcast special by becoming a PATRON here:http://www.patreon.com/metalupyourpodcastJoin the MUYP Discord Server:https://discord.gg/nBUSwR8tPurchase Ethan's new album HERE!Purchase/Stream Lunar Satan:https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/lunarsatan/lunar-satanPurchase/Stream Clint's album VAMPIRE:https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/clintwells/vampirePurchase/Stream Ethan's album Let It Burn:https://ethanluck.bandcamp.com/album/let-it-burn-2Official Website:http://metalupyourpodcast.comPurchase/Stream our Cover Our World Blackened Volumes and Quarantine Covers:https://metalupyourpodcast.bandcamp.comFollow us on all social media platforms.Write in at:email@example.com
About a year before Kurt Cobain met his demise the Seattle scene was dealt a blow with the murder of rising star Mia Zapata of The Gits. Ten years after the murder the killer was located using DNA left at the scene. But, there are still many questions surrounding this case. Today we look into this incident and all the theories, conspiracies etc. around it. Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nwczradios-dtrh/message
Jimmy meets up with Jeremy Holt here in NYC over coffee for a fun and casual chat. They talk Jeremy's new graphic novel GATSBY (based on the classic by Fitzgerald), writing new character Xanthe & Batwoman for DC Comics, writing Silk & Iron Fist Pei for Marvel, representation, diversity, TV, film, music, ghost stories, Billy Porter, Kurt Cobain, being a juror for the Tribeca Film Festival, and much more. Another great catchup! Also, get a hold of us! Thanks for listening!
What is alchemy? Where does it come from? When did it begin? What does Jung find in alchemy? What does it represent to him that is so important, so profound, that it causes him to abandon his inspired work of the Red Book? It's time to find out. ∞∞∞∞∞ Join the Creative Codex mailing list: https://mjdorian.com/mail/ ∞∞∞∞∞ Support Creative Codex on my Patreon and get access to exclusive episodes, including the Kurt Cobain series and all the Episode Exclusives: https://www.patreon.com/mjdorian Buy me a coffee or add to my fancy books fund on Venmo: https://venmo.com/code?user_id=3235189073379328069&created=1681912456.228596&printed=1 ∞∞∞∞∞ View a transcript of this episode here: https://mjdorian.com/transcripts/ ∞∞∞∞∞ Research Sources: • Memories, Dreams, Reflections by Carl Jung • The Red Book by Carl Jung • Psychology and Alchemy by Carl Jung • Alchemy by Marie Louise von Franz • Man & His Symbols by Carl Jung • The Secret of The Golden Flower (trans. by Thomas Cleary) • The Emerald Tablet of Hermes Trismegistus ———— Audio Editor: Marisa Ferdenzi (Check out Marisa's band, Citygirl: https://www.instagram.com/citygirlband/ ) Testimonials for BrainChip: Michael Pisano (Check out Michael's project: ThatMakesMeSad: https://instagram.com/thatmakesmesad?igshid=ZWQyN2ExYTkwZQ== All Music by MJDorian Written & Produced by MJDorian ———— Thank you to my Dream Maker tier! Executive Producer: Mike Hill Executive Producer: Kurt Ward --------- Thank-you's & 'shout outs' to the Shadow Fam! Shadow-Fam: AKD, Anna Wolff, Aranea Push, Angela Ramseyer, Deborah Meyers, Barak Talker, Carmella Cole, Corey, Cesar Roman, Clark Price, Clinton King, Dallas O'Kelly, DVM, Ellis Morton, Geo_H, Glen QuiltSwissy, Hamed Iranmehr, Hilde, Janet Roccanova, Jay, Jen The Atelierista, Jennifer Wilson, Joe Boland, Jye Marchant, Kahlil Pyburn, Kayla Dawson, Keith, Kristina Lamour Sansone, Maurus Fitze, Michael Lloyd, Payton, Rach, Rachel Schultz, Rebecca, Robert, Scott Wierzbicki, Sigitas Treciokas, Simon Bonanno, Sowmya Hariharan, Tim Sussss, Terry W, Yadie Cisneros, Cesar Roman, Romina, Kawika, Ristow Fitness, Yasmine Weiss, Danny Olague, Jane Lopardo. Thank you for your support! --------- Connect with me on social media for all the newest updates: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/creativecodex Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mjdorian/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mjdorian TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@mjdorian --------- Creative Codex is written & produced by MJDorian. All rights reserved.
Scott sits with the legendary producer of Nirvana's Nevermind and the Smashing Pumpkin's Siamese Dream as well as the drummer and songwriter of alt rock band Garbage… They get into Butch's upbringing, being surrounded by music at a young age from a mother that was a music teacher. They get into his formative years playing piano and eventually getting into drums up to attending college for film composition and eventually starting Smart studios while playing in early bands like Eclipse and Spooner… They talk about the first Pumpkins record Gish up to Nirvanas Nevermind and the Pumpkins Siamese Dream.. They talk about early memories of Kurt Cobain sending Smells like teen spirit rehearsals to Butch along with driving in Billy Corgan's car listening to the early songwriting process..They get into working with other bands like Sonic Youth and Killdozer early on. They end by discussing Garbage, the tour, the new record and everything in between…
The death of Kurt Cobain shocked the world and added another member to the infamous 27 club. Ruled a suicide immediately there have been several questions, concerns and theories that challenge the ruling. Did the SPD botch then cover up the case? Was Courtney involved with the death? Was someone paid to kill Kurt? We look into all of it on this weeks episode. Email us at: email@example.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nwczradios-dtrh/message
Happy Tuesday! There's an update on the debt ceiling. The South Carolina abortion law is help up in court. Russia issues an arrest warrant for Lindsay Graham. Sound is being used to heal nature. A Kurt Cobain guitar sold at an insane price. Little Mermaid hit theaters this weekend and Succession series finale aired on HBO! Sign up to play Two-Second Tunes or Cover Lovers https://forms.gle/Bf6aPVTbEqmo4QoS6 WHAT'S TRENDING: https://bit.ly/42hJw9w NEWSLETTER ⬅️ Head to TheMorningShowPodcast.com for EVERYTHING we talk about. Seattle Gummy Company 20% off with CMA: https://seattlegummy.com/?ref=802 QUICK LINKS TO WATCH US LIVE, SUBSCRIBE TO NEWSLETTER, FOLLOW OUR SOCIALS HERE: https://www.flowcode.com/page/carlamarieandanthony Follow Carla Marie on Instagram Follow Anthony on InstagramSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Une guitare brisée par Kurt Cobain, le regretté leader du groupe de rock américain Nirvana, a été vendue aux enchères pour près de 600 000 dollars. Traduction : A guitar smashed by Kurt Cobain, the late frontman of US rock band Nirvana, has sold at auction for nearly $600,000. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's always a shock when we hear that a rock star has died...but when the news about Chris Cornell came out on May 18, 2017, it was extra-jarring... The overall impression was that he was a guy who had it good...he'd been a central fixture of the grunge era as the front man of Soundgarden...there was an totally unexpected hit with the Temple of the Dog project...then a solid three-album run with Audioslave... His solo recordings were hit-and-miss, but given everything else he'd done, fans gave him a pass when he stumbled... Then came the Soundgarden reunion, which began in 2010 and ran for almost eight years...there was a new album—“King Animal” in 2012—and sold out tours...there were also plans for a second post-reunion record for which Chris had already recorded some vocal takes... But then he gone by his own hand in that hotel room in Detroit...another member of the grunge brigade, joining Kurt Cobain, Andrew Wood, and Layne Staley...and it's possible that Chris' fate had a fatal effect on his good friend, Chester Bennington, who took his own life two months later... Chris may be gone but we're still talking about him, still listening to his music, still marveling at that voice...as with all great artists, the fascination continues... Let's take a dive into Chris' world with ten interesting things about the man that you may not know... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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May the 5th be with you, Barstool Sports Mintzy controversy, a brand-new Bonerline, AI Beatles & Kurt Cobain, the death of Jordan Neely, the Menendez Brothers seek a new trial, and The Hawk continues the inappropriate jabs at Jim Bentley. The Hawk is so desperate for air time that he kicks the show off with a dig at Jim Bentley. The Tigers defeated Justin Verlander, Max Scherzer and the New York Mets. The CEO of Anheuser-Busch is trying to distance himself from Dylan Mulvaney. People continue to meme and poke fun at Bud Light. Nobody is watching late night these days. Clarence Thomas is dirty and folks are pissed. Meghan Markle is going to be the next great Hollywood producer. AI is going to kill us all, but now it's just making John Lennon deepfakes. Barstool Sports fires popular host, Mintzy, after he accidentally read rap lyrics out loud. P.K. Subban is not fired. Jamie Foxx totally did NOT write this message. This dumb lady drove into the ocean. The latest WATP destroys Louder with Crowder. Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/dams to get a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + a Bonus Gift! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee! Here is a brand-new Bonerline. Call or text 209-66-Boner! Airport Madness: This chick was voted off the airplane. This crazy lady seemed a bit overserved. This dude took the police for a long cornfield chase. Jordan Neely has died and we may have another George Floyd-esque situation. It already has it's own Wikipedia page. Mark Geragos has a podcast now. He is also working to free the Menendez Brothers thanks to Menendez + Menudo. Maria Menounos went on GMA and made Trudi cry. Meg Ryan is unrecognizable. Carrie Fisher got her Hollywood Walk of Fame Star and it has caused a family rift. Luckily for Drew, there is no footage of his panel discussion on the Morton Downey Jr. Show. Sports: Flavor Flav loves the Tigers. Hunter Dickinson is transferring to Kansas. RIP NHL'er Petr Klíma. Here's a bonus Bonerline message to end the show. Visit Our Presenting Sponsor Hall Financial – Michigan's highest rated mortgage company If you'd like to help support the show… please consider subscribing to our YouTube Page, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels, Jim Bentley and BranDon). Or don't, whatever.