Interview with Victor DeLorenzo Of Violent Femmes & The Night Crickets DeLorenzo was born in 1954, the son of Victor and Charlotte DeLorenzo, grew up in Racine, Wisconsin, and has lived in Milwaukee since. He has been a drummer since the age of 16 while attending St. Catherine's High School (Racine, Wisconsin), and has been an actor since the age of five. While attending the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, he auditioned for and was accepted into Theatre X in 1976, and worked with them in various roles for more than 20 years.[ As a drummer, DeLorenzo paired up with bassist Brian Ritchie in 1980, as a rhythm section they called "Violent Femmes". When singer, guitarist, and songwriter Gordon Gano joined them in 1981, the band kept the name. DeLorenzo's father loaned the band $10,000 to record their eponymous debut album in 1982. However, the band was forced to delay its release until 1983 after they signed to Slash Records. DeLorenzo's signature sound is a result of his minimalist drum kit. He often uses nothing more than a snare drum, a tranceaphone and steel brushes. The tranceaphone consists of a metal bushel basket inverted over a tom. He favors this style of kit because in their early days, the band often played on the streets. DeLorenzo continued to act with Theatre X, and record and tour with the Femmes until 1993, when he left to devote more time to acting and to recording his own music.He toured as part of Moe Tucker's band in that year. In 1996 he opened a recording studio called "Joe's Real Recording" He has released three solo records since 1990. In addition to recording his own music, he has played with several side projects, including Ash Can School. In 2000, he teamed up with Ritchie to put together a Femmes compilation, and subsequently rejoined the band until it disbanded again in 2009.In March 2013, Gano, Ritchie and DeLorenzo reformed Violent Femmes once more and played a homecoming show at the Summerfest music festival in their native Milwaukee. Three months later, in July, the band announced a new line-up with Dresden Dolls member Brian Viglione as the band's drummer. DeLorenzo confirmed in a statement that he had left the Femmes permanently because of a failure of the band members to resolve their long-standing business disputes. DeLorenzo performs percussion in the chamber rock duo Nineteen Thirteen with cellist Janet Schiff. Nineteen Thirteen's recording of "Hurricane Noel" was featured in the 2011 TED Global Conference. Night Crickets, a long-distance groove affair conducted during the drawn-out days of lockdown and beyond. Featuring David J, Victor DeLorenzo, and Darwin Meiners. Iconic and foundational bands in the history of alternative music certainly include Bauhaus, Love And Rockets, and Violent Femmes. San Francisco born artist Darwin Meiners was a fan of all three. A chance meeting 13 years ago with David J (Bauhaus, Love & Rockets) grew into a friendship, and Darwin not only became a bandmate, but David J's manager. After reaching out to Victor DeLorenzo through e-mail, Darwin met the Violent Femmes drummer after the Femmes' Coachella set in 2013. Soon after the three collaborated on Darwin's 2014 release Souvenir. As the pandemic took hold, Darwin was looking for a new project to occupy the lock-down time and approached Victor, who was keen to proceed and suggested that David join as well. The musical trust established between these three was immediate and Night Crickets were born. Within weeks a global process was initiated between them, the recordings eventually forming the album, A Free Society. To say this is something of a dream come true for music fans would be entirely accurate. (The band's name came from one of many Zoom meetings between the three members. After addressing various pressing musical issues the conversation rambled somewhat and turned to the subject of David Lynch, with David J telling an anecdote which was told to him by Lynch's sound designer, John Neff. Lynch had asked Neff to obtain a field recording of crickets chirping at night for inclusion in Mulholland Drive. When Neff played him the tape, the director immediately recognized the sound that the insects make when it is light which is apparently a little different to their nocturnal chirp. “No! No! No! These are day crickets, John! I want my night crickets!” Victor, Darwin, and David then shared a look of mutual realization and instantly agreed that the project now had a name!) Night Crickets Info http://omnivorerecordings.com/shop/a-free-society/?fbclid=IwAR20Jsa93KV7Npoxfan53Mjd67ihiceYXEkESshe5I0SGiKhGAveeZJgMrk Victor's Info https://victordelorenzo.weebly.com/vf-press-release.html
Regardless of your thoughts or impressions of them, it's indisputable that cover bands are a significant part of the Milwaukee local music scene. Whether it's at State Fair, church festivals, Summerfest, or other venues, cover bands play a large role.
In the 125th episode of The Main Street Electrical Podcast, Jenn & Dave have returned to their respective homes in their respective states after a crazy and chaotic group trip over the weekend, all to celebrate the 40th anniversary of their beloved Epcot's doors opening for the first time. The damage to Disney World vs Universal, and Peppa Pig has a park (or had?)... riding out the Hurricane... taking the group to Epcot's 40th... an overview of Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party, with new and improved bags... decisions you have to make at special parties... fine dining at Topolino Terrace at Riviera Resort... quick service breakfast... We take a look at Epcot's history, including what led up to building the park, and the opening day attractions and a number of those attractions added since. We also ask the question, "What makes you love Epcot so much?" and our first experiences at the park in our younger days... and we answer the question, "Is Epcot good for kids?"... Finally, we play a little "Stop Start Continue" with some ideas for Disney & Chapek on what Disney should STOP doing with Epcot (too much tech?) and what Disney should START doing with Epcot (more original stories) and what Disney should CONTINUE doing with Epcot. SummerFest with Olaf anyone?
To get the recipe template and today's recipe please email INFO@chefmarkreinfeld.com Chef Mark Reinfeld “…The male equivalent to a vegan Rachael Ray-his recipes are flavorful and approachable and certainly have the same potential for mass appeal.” – Publishers Weekly An award-winning chef, educator and authority on plant-based cuisine, Chef Mark Reinfeld has over 25 years experience preparing innovative vegan and raw food cuisine. He has written eight acclaimed books and conducts virtual and in-person culinary trainings around the world. In 2017, Chef Mark was inducted into the Vegetarian Hall of Fame. He was the founding chef of The Blossoming Lotus Restaurant, voted "Best Restaurant on Kaua'i". Mark is a recipient of a Platinum Carrot Award from the Aspen Center of Integral Health. His first cookbook, Vegan Fusion World Cuisine, was named “Best Vegetarian Cookbook in the USA" and has a foreword written by Dr. Jane Goodall. Since then, Mark has authored seven more books including the bestselling 30-Minute Vegan series, as well as his latest books detailing the links between health and plant-based diets. He serves as the Executive Chef for the North American Vegetarian Society's Summerfest and offers vegan consulting services, including chef trainings and recipe development, for clients such as Google, Whole Foods, Kroger, Danone, The Humane Society, Bon Appetit Management, Sabra, Aramark, Sodexo and more. Chef Mark's mission is to help create a sustainable future for humanity by training others in the art of plant-based cuisine - for our health, the planet, and for a more peaceful world. Learn more and sign up for his newsletter at www.chefmarkreinfeld.com UPCOMING PROGRAMS WITH CHEF MARK 4-Week Virtual Vegan Cooking Immersion -- Mention Chef AJ when applying to receive $400 off the price. Our next 4-Week Vegan Cooking Immersion begins on October 24th and involves 4+ hours/day of kitchen time with Chef Mark in a small group setting, as well as weekly one-on-one coaching calls, to allow for maximum impact and to be able to meet you where you are at. This unique program is a perfect fit for anyone wanting to take a deep dive into the main vegan and raw food culinary techniques, as well as palate development, and specialized cooking such as oil-free and gluten-free. Expert guest instructors on the topics of bread baking, classic techniques, pastry, and the healing qualities of food provide a transformative experience to take your vegan culinary skills to new levels. The training is approved by the American Culinary Federation for 120 continuing education credit hours. You can learn more by clicking here. Virtual 2-Day Vegan Holiday Feast Workshop - October 18 & 19, 2022 - Enter AJ20 to receive $20 off the price. Join Chef Mark Reinfeld from the comfort of your own kitchen in these virtual cooking classes as we cover the essential dishes for a plant-based holiday feast. Learn Chef Mark's Template Recipe formula to unleash the chef within - gaining greater confidence and creativity in the kitchen, learning how to turn one recipe into dozens and hundreds of variations. Guaranteed to wow your family and friends with your newfound culinary skills at your next gathering! Learn more here. Virtual 3-Day Vegan Fusion Cooking Workshop - December 5-7, 2022 - Enter AJ100 when registering to receive $100 off the price. Join Chef Mark Reinfeld from the comfort of your own kitchen as we cover core techniques of vegan cuisine. Discover the Seven Culinary Keys for Success in the Plant-based Kitchen and learn Chef Mark's Template Recipe formula to turn one recipe into dozens and even hundreds of variations. After this 3-day workshop, you will experience greater confidence and creativity in the plant-based kitchen as the chef within awakens! Learn more here. Nourish Your Life Through Food- A Virtual 6-Part Introduction to Successful Plant-Based Living 2/15/22 - Enter AJ25 when registering to receive $25 off the price.
To get the recipe template and today's recipe please email INFO@chefmarkreinfeld.com Chef Mark Reinfeld “…The male equivalent to a vegan Rachael Ray-his recipes are flavorful and approachable and certainly have the same potential for mass appeal.” – Publishers Weekly An award-winning chef, educator and authority on plant-based cuisine, Chef Mark Reinfeld has over 25 years experience preparing innovative vegan and raw food cuisine. He has written eight acclaimed books and conducts virtual and in-person culinary trainings around the world. In 2017, Chef Mark was inducted into the Vegetarian Hall of Fame. He was the founding chef of The Blossoming Lotus Restaurant, voted "Best Restaurant on Kaua'i". Mark is a recipient of a Platinum Carrot Award from the Aspen Center of Integral Health. His first cookbook, Vegan Fusion World Cuisine, was named “Best Vegetarian Cookbook in the USA" and has a foreword written by Dr. Jane Goodall. Since then, Mark has authored seven more books including the bestselling 30-Minute Vegan series, as well as his latest books detailing the links between health and plant-based diets. He serves as the Executive Chef for the North American Vegetarian Society's Summerfest and offers vegan consulting services, including chef trainings and recipe development, for clients such as Google, Whole Foods, Kroger, Danone, The Humane Society, Bon Appetit Management, Sabra, Aramark, Sodexo and more. Chef Mark's mission is to help create a sustainable future for humanity by training others in the art of plant-based cuisine - for our health, the planet, and for a more peaceful world. Learn more and sign up for his newsletter at www.chefmarkreinfeld.com
Get ready to meet one of my comedy heroes, but only if you can handle a LOT of profanity. George Carlin, following the path of his mentor, Lenny Bruce, kicked the doors of censorship down so people like myself could have careers in comedy, and not worry about being arrested for saying something "obscene." Today, we learn about the amazing, prolific, inspiring life of George Carlin - how a boy raised by a single mother in New York City grew up to become a radio DJ, then part of two man comedy team, then a solo nightclub act who first achieved success after some early struggles as a clean-cut, mainstream comic. He next decided to follow his counterculture leanings only to lose it all, rebuild into something better, nearly lose it all again, and then become the Carlin of legend. Carlin battled a crippling cocaine addiction, domestic problems at home, a business that wrote him off numerous times, battles with a government that tried to censor him over and over again, and much more to end up with fourteen HBO comedy specials and the designation of one of the best, if not THE best to ever do it - the father of modern standup. Myself and the rest of the comedy community owe him a huge debt of gratitude, and I'm excited to share his life with you here today, on another biographical episode, of Timesuck. Bad Magic Productions Monthly Patreon Donation: In honor of the passing of Jeff Burton from the Rizzuto Show aka the Rizz Show on 105.7 FM in St Louis, we are donating $16,640 to Jeff's charity of choice - Kids Rock Cancer. Through the proven healing power of music therapy, Kids Rock Cancer helps children combat feelings of anxiety, depression, uncertainty, and helplessness. To find out more, go to KidsRockCancer.org We also are donating $1850 to our scholarship fund! Watch the Suck on YouTube: https://youtu.be/lJkZj_F42uIMerch: https://www.badmagicmerch.comDiscord! https://discord.gg/tqzH89vWant to join the Cult of the Curious private Facebook Group? Go directly to Facebook and search for "Cult of the Curious" in order to locate whatever happens to be our most current page :)For all merch related questions/problems: email@example.com (copy and paste)Please rate and subscribe on iTunes and elsewhere and follow the suck on social media!! @timesuckpodcast on IG and http://www.facebook.com/timesuckpodcastWanna become a Space Lizard? Click here: https://www.patreon.com/timesuckpodcastSign up through Patreon and for $5 a month you get to listen to the Secret Suck, which will drop Thursdays at Noon, PST. You'll also get 20% off of all regular Timesuck merch PLUS access to exclusive Space Lizard merch. You get to vote on two Monday topics each month via the app. And you get the download link for my new comedy album, Feel the Heat. Check the Patreon posts to find out how to download the new album and take advantage of other benefits.
Hi friends -- Happy September!! We are back after a much needed break a.k.a. we had a vacation and then literally both of us got Covid lmaoooo. But we are back and rejuvenated and so happy to start back with a fun little playlist of the bands we saw at Sad Summer Fest! We reunited in NYC to have some sister hangs and also warm our emo hearts at Sad Summer. It was a TON of fun and we talk all about our day and the songs on this playlist. Thanks for chillin while we were chillin and we hope you enjoy! Here is the playlist for you to check out and listen with us: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6MFZJZKBQyB65mWD0zQLmT?si=99e990a6fc814250 We're on socials at @NostalgiaNites ! Come haaaang. Let us know if you went to your local Sad Summer date!
Back in the can to talk all about what has become nothing short of a global skydiving phenomenon, Zej M'ski sits down with Tracy Holman, Skydive Chicago's Events Manager and the powerhouse in charge of making your Summerfest dreams come true. With special drop in guests you won't want to miss, this is a great recap of one of skydiving most iconic events.
It's the most wonderful time of the year - Devour SummerFest 2022! Devour is Indy's restaurant 'week' that has tons of restaurants in the city offering menus with courses they may not normally have. Devour runs from August 22nd to September 4th and covers all of the Circle City, so be sure to check it out!Devour SummerFest 2022 Participating RestaurantsDevour InstagramCircle City Chatter IG - @circlecitychatterAndrea's IG - @andreaelainejonesJ2 Wedding Co. IG - @j2weddingco_City of Shay IG - @cityofshay
Charlie opens The Daily Tap podcast discussing the Green Bay Packers 53-man roster. He goes position-by-position starting with the quarterback and ending with the special teams. For each of them, Charlie breaks down if the guys in their position is either a 'surprise' or 'not a surprise.'(0-18 minutes). Charlie moves on to talk about the disappointing loss from the Milwaukee Brewers last night. With the St. Louis Cardinals losing and the San Diego Padres winning, the Brewers refused to take advantage with another bad bullpen outing (18-27 minutes). Charlie explains why this is a weird time of year for him and college football plus why Marquette's Kam Jones made it worse for him (27-35 minutes). Lastly, Charlie mentions Summerfest running it back.
This episode, recorded during Summerfest, features Katy Guillen and Stephanie Williams from Katy Guillen & The Drive, an awesome band from Kansas City. Katy and Steph played an amazing show at Summerfest this year and they hop on with Adam and Steve to talk all about their experience. From what it's like playing such a big venue, to how they describe their music, and the process of making an album (by the way, their new album is OUT NOW!). They also dive into what inspires and influences the music and how their sound is evolving. Oh, and keep an eye on https://katyguillenmusic.com for upcoming tour dates. This was super fun and we look forward to having them back on the show.
On the Aug. 19 program Genevieve Randall and guests have lively conversations about: Blues on the Banks at Rowe Sanctuary; Flatwater Shakespeare Company's production of “Julius Caesar;" "Residual Stripes" art exhibit by Shannon Sargent at Wayne State; Janet Jeffries' performance at the Foundation Garden Performance Series; Jo Nelson's assemblage sculptures at Hastings College; Summerfest at The Lux Center. Also, poetry by Frank S. O'Neal, and Opera Omaha does "Opera Outdoors."
The Boys Are Back and taking a look at the first ever Vinegar Syndrome Summer Fest... Will it live up to the hype? Is it a dud? Join CK, Uncle Bill and Garrett from Born2BeRad as they take a deep dive on the site and find out about the Babboon named Boon!
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Today's podcast features a lecture I gave during the 2022 Mid-Cape Summer Fest to celebrate our 25th anniversary. In it, I review strategies to help maintain your health during what I believe may become very distressing and difficult times.
Bonelang performed at Summerfest in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on July 8th. This episode is the conversation on the car ride up from Chicago with Samy, Bones, and Rich. Subjects include when preparation meets opportunity, living life truthfully, simplicity of needs and singular focus, watering your seed everyday, everybody's path is different, strip clubs, organizing art with technology, philosophy on music videos, listening to past work, and what does self-love mean?
Mexican singer Silvana Estrada and the San Jose Jazz Summer Fest have at least one thing in common: they both defy genre. The 25-year-old singer from the coastal Mexican state of Veracruz is now on tour promoting her latest album, “Marchita.” Estrada's music is rooted in jazz, but spans a fusion of musical styles. The summer jazz fest takes a similar approach by making jazz the base, but layering in dozens of other styles such as blues and R&B, salsa, cumbia and folk music from around the world. Estrada is one of headliners who will perform at the 12-stage jazz festival this weekend. She joins us to preview the festival and to talk about how she both embraces and rejects musical traditions. Guests: Silvana Estrada, Mexican singer, will perform at the San Jose Jazz Summer Fest 2022 on Aug. 13. Betto Arcos, music journalist, curated the Latin Tropical Stage for the San Jose Jazz Summer Fest 2022. Brendan Rawson, executive director, San Jose Jazz.
Named one of Total Guitar's: Top 10 Best New Guitarists in 2018 two years after being named one of Yahoo! Music's “Top Ten Best New Artist,” we welcome Australia's own,Hamish Anderson to the show. Following his uplifting 2021 release Morning Light, Hamish is back again with Everything Starts Again, an addictive song about comebacks, resilience and overcoming challenges. Among many accolades, Hamish has opened for BB King, Gary Clark Jr, Vintage Trouble, Drive-By Truckers, Jared & The Mill, Low Cut Connie;and toured the US while appearing at US festivals such as BottleRock, Firefly, Echo Park Rising,Mountain Jam, High Sierra, Big Blues Bender, Summerfest, Telluride Blues & Brews Festival and more. Join us as Hamish chats with Jamie about being performing with BB King in his last official show before passing, unblocking writer's block, patience with songs & lots more. For info on Hamish Anderson visit: www.hamishandersonmusic.com
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This weekend, art lovers will don white garments as they gallery hop through New Orleans Warehouse Arts district as part of “White Linen Night.” Arts District New Orleans president Leslie-Claire Spillman joins us for more on the artistic evening.Satchmo Summerfest presented by Chevron is returning to the New Orleans Jazz Museum to honor the life and legacy of musician Louis Armstrong. CEO of French Quarter Festivals, Inc. Emily Madero tells us more about Armstrong's contributions to the world of jazz as the festival prepares for its 22 year. Here in Louisiana, a law legalizing noodling – the act of catching catfish by sticking one's hands in their mouths – went into effect earlier this week. WWNO's coastal reporter Kezia Setyawan takes us to a lake to learn how it's done. Today's episode of Louisiana Considered was hosted by Diane Mack. Our managing producer is Alana Schreiber and our digital editor is Katelyn Umholtz. Our engineers are Garrett Pittman, Aubry Procell, and Thomas Walsh. You can listen to Louisiana Considered Monday through Friday at 12:00 and 7:30 pm. It's available on Spotify, Google Play, and wherever you get your podcasts. Louisiana Considered wants to hear from you! Please fill out our pitch line to let us know what kinds of story ideas you have for our show. And while you're at it, fill out our listener survey! We want to keep bringing you the kinds of conversations you'd like to listen to. Louisiana Considered is made possible with support from our listeners. Thank you!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We all have days where the doubts creep in: Do I know what I believe? Do I trust God? Church planter and pastor Josh Turner gives us practical advice on what to do when these feelings creep into our minds. We learn how to remember how God has shown up in the past, accept what […]
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Katie Hackett is a ridiculously talented and wholly original artist from right here in Philadelphia. Fans of our live sessions will know Katie from one of our favorites, where she debuted https://www.leftofthedial.fm/live/thelunaryear/ (an entire set of new music) from her incredible band https://thelunaryear.bandcamp.com/ (The Lunar Year). She's also been working behind the scenes with us on some of our live sessions. AND you can hear her singing with the Tisburys https://tisburys.bandcamp.com/track/left-of-the-dial-ft-the-lunar-year (in our theme song)! Today though, Katie is here to tell us about https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sweet-juice-summer-fest-tickets-378370645787 (Sweet Juice Summer Fest), which is happening this Sunday, July 31st, here in Philly at Rigby Mansion. Sweet Juice is a queer feminist musical festival full of women and nonbinary musicians. Katie's come by to tell us all about the festival and share some music from the musicians you'll be lucky enough to see if you make it out to the fest this Sunday. And you absolutely should. It's going to be amazing. Sweet Juice Summer Fest is THIS SUNDAY. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sweet-juice-summer-fest-tickets-378370645787 (Get your tickets now.) Follow Sweet Juice Fest on https://twitter.com/sweetjuicefest (Twitter) and https://www.instagram.com/sweetjuicefest/ (Instragram). Music: Popcorn Daddy - https://www.instagram.com/subtle_troll/ (@subtle_troll), https://www.instagram.com/shona_v/ (@shona_v) Popcorn Daddy is a new band, so we can't share anything with you. While we wait for music from them, check out Melina of Popcorn Daddy's incredible band Rosemeat, starting with "https://open.spotify.com/track/3ZMm17vkNV9tdoDT4m55Zg?si=6L8B6HL8THmO5LlVa4WS1g (Thought So)." emospacebird - https://www.instagram.com/emospacebird/ (@emospacebird) https://open.spotify.com/track/1LwrxHLrznW6djwOdtd4B0?si=sBXOAQ94Q2iR71oQo0geHA ("i guess that's the joke") Reese Florence - https://www.instagram.com/howdyimflorence/ (@howdyimflorence) https://open.spotify.com/track/3O3WNCUFLrqtqQba6gl2NX?si=cW4SfqFkS3KVSc0l_7uTRA ("Rama") The Lunar Year - https://www.instagram.com/thelunaryearofficial/ (@thelunaryearofficial) https://heavenlycreaturerecords.bandcamp.com/track/how-it-gets-in ("How It Gets In") Frightened Rabbit cover justmadnice - https://www.instagram.com/justmadnice (@justmadnice) https://open.spotify.com/track/69VZWFnIp7aLqFFtQMesdo?si=ire2wPOTR6qUs_E0eFKGjA ("Resolution") Sug Daniels - https://www.instagram.com/sugdaniels_ (@sugdaniels_) https://open.spotify.com/track/49dTfV5m5iy3pKJS3UmEHQ?si=zOTcT0bwSuaseG6GpScd_Q ("Golden")
Do I have what it takes to be a wrestling fan? I'm beginning to doubt it. Does Colt Cabana have what it takes to cut it on Nantucket? Please savor that rhyme. Robin Shorr just returned from the preppy island and had to report her weight to the airlines. We meet Colt's puppy, discuss road rage, Summerfest, Backstreet Boys, The Staircase and more. Plus Just Me Or Everyone and a suggestion for something to google that I will never google. Products I Use/Recommend/Love: http://amazon.com/shop/alisonrosen Check us out on Patreon: http://patreon.com/alisonrosen This episode is brought to you by: FUZZY: http://yourfuzzy.com/alison (for a FREE trial membership) MIRACLE: http://miracle.com/bestfriend (use code bestfriend to save 40% and get a 3 piece towel set for free) Buy Alison's Book: Tropical Attire Encouraged (and Other Phrases That Scare Me) https://amzn.to/2JuOqcd You probably need to buy the HGFY ringtone! https://www.alisonrosen.com/store/
Have you ever felt out of place? Are you the new person, struggling to get settled? Wondering how to make a difference and find fulfillment? We have all felt like ‘outsiders' at one time or another, and how we respond in these moments is really important. Annie F. Downs encourages us through this powerful message. […]
This week Jess & Bowie chat all about Sad Summer Fest and being back on tour. Jess gives us the run down on life on tour with the Summer Set, the bumpy tour life that is being on the road in a bandwagon (because there are no tour buses available!), technical issues on stage, gear melting in the heat, the Summer Set’s Sad Summer Fest crew set up and what a day in the life of a touring band is really like!
This week Dr. Lori returns to talk Summerfest, Beavis and Butt-Head, Zoom-pidity, Stranger Things, GoT, MCU, and The Leftovers. Plus: Dr. Lori shares some science potpourri on bees & nuclear war, and more inconvenient Covid truths from around the world!
Ever been passed over? Missed out on the promotion or didn't get into the school you wanted or weren't invited to the top spot? We all have to deal with rejection and disappointment. How we respond in these moments is really important. There's the way of the world. There's the way of religion. And then […]
Jason has the day off, so Jesse's in with Tausch and ready to share an exciting development in his life from over the weekend. What makes for the best neighbor? Also, producer Alex Strouf recaps the State of the Packers show he hosted with Jason and Gabe Neitzel over the weekend at Summerfest, which prompts Jason to call and join the show!
When was the last time your heart was burning with passion? Perhaps during an amazing event or in conversation with a special individual? Why does our relationship with faith sometimes lack excitement and feel stagnant? Why does Christianity sometimes seem so dry and boring? If Christianity feels stale to you, is lacking purpose, or passion, […]
Cousins subs Bryan Dee & Telly Hughes discuss the ongoing Alumni Challenge at Summerfest featuring Ben Brust on the Wisconsin Badgers team, will Ben complain about something even if he wins the Alumni Challenge, what are the best and worst sounds in sports, Homer stops by to talk Alumni Challenge, shooting in college hoops and best and worst sounds, the guys play 1 or 0 and did Ben Brust & his Wisconsin Badgers squad win the Alumni Challenge?
David Nasser shares his experience of growing up in Iran, fleeing oppression and resenting religion. Once ‘free' David's life didn't get any easier; societal pressures and clinging to control did not provide the hope or liberty he was craving. David wanted nothing to do with religion, but miraculously found faith in Jesus through the kindness […]
We all have a story. Your life almost certainly has moments of joy and excitement, and also deep sadness and loss. Katherine shares the highs and lows of her own experience and how her faith has played part through it all. If you're walking though good or hard times, you are not alone. In this […]