Dave and Ethan interview comedy musician Insane Ian, known for his regular contributions to The Dr. Demento Show, The FuMP, and for being the person behind the Weird Al tribute album, Me Myself And I. Ian shares his lifelong journey from Weird Al fan to comedy musician, and shares an incredible secret regarding an "unreleased" Weird Al demo.
The pillow clown Mike Lindell's "election-reversing" lawsuit is delayed. . . shocker. Brian Laundrie committed suicide. Radio titan Howard Stern verbally sacked anti-vaxxer simpleton quarterback Aaron Rodgers for lying about his vaccination and possibly exposing his teammates to the virus. In Georgia, jury deliberations began for the trial of Ahmaud Arbery's murderers. Trumpkin Sean Parnell pumped the brakes on his senatorial campaign amid abuse allegations by his estranged wife. A wacko Trumpist who participated in the January 6th attack on the Capitol was busted after bragging about his insurrectionist shenanigans in a direct message thread on the dating app Bumble. Murderous Kyle Rittenhouse tossed shade at idiotic lawyer Lin Wood. Famed pop music satirist Weird Al Yankovic released a statement saying the video for the new yank-tastic Kid Rock song was not his handiwork even though it might seem so. On The Jim Bakker Show, an end-times preacher spoke of the time she was seduced by a lizard version of her husband, Derek.
Kid Rock released a new song that slams the woke and cancel culture. Apparently, people didn't think this was serious and thought it was "Weird Al" Yankovic doing a parody of Kid Rock. "Weird Al" took to Twitter to clarify that it's not him and it's really Kid Rock. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Josh and "The Young One" Jared have a chat with the guitarist Nick Lee and Drummer Ray Marte of Moon Tooth to see what's been going on with the band and to nerd out a little because, that's what they do. They talk about the best laid plans, playing and not playing shows, how their writing and recording process has differed across releases and while working with different producers such as Weird Al. Also there are a couple secrets mixed in so press play already and enjoy!Also, the verdict is out. Moon Tooth is Team Bean!!!
In this bonus episode, Dave, Ethan, and author Jon "Bermuda" Schwartz continue their picture by picture exploration of the book, Black & White & Weird All Over: The Lost Photographs of Weird Al Yankovic '83 - '86 with Chapter 5: The Polka Party! Mixing Session.
This Week on Earth Station DCU! Drew Leiter and Cletus Jacobs visit a world where Weird Al is dead! It’s Freaky Friday for Aquaman/Green Arrow Deep Target #1. Jackson is on the run in Aquaman: The Becoming #2. The Daemon Rose is revealed in Checkmate #5. Dinah and Slade in space during Deathstroke Inc. #2. … The Earth Station DCU Episode 263 – Weird Al Is Dead Read More » The post The Earth Station DCU Episode 263 – Weird Al Is Dead appeared first on The ESO Network.
This Week on Earth Station DCU! Drew Leiter and Cletus Jacobs visit a world where Weird Al is dead! It's Freaky Friday for Aquaman/Green Arrow Deep Target #1. Jackson is on the run in Aquaman: The Becoming #2. The Daemon Rose is revealed in Checkmate #5. Dinah and Slade in space during Deathstroke Inc. #2. It's awful buggy down in the sewers in Detective Comics #1044. Damien learns the secret of the Island in Robin #7. It's summer vacation in Teen Titans Academy #6. Yara Flor falls in love in Wonder Girl #3. All this plus, DC News, DC TV, Shout Outs, and much, much more! ------------------------ Table of Contents 0:00:00 Show Open 0:01:24 DC News 0:09:48 Aquaman/Green Arrow Deep Target #1 0:15:16 Wonder Woman Black & Gold #5 0:22:10 Aquaman: The Becoming #2 0:25:36 Checkmate #5 0:28:35 Deathstroke Inc. #2 0:32:38 Detective Comics #1044 0:38:27 Robin #7 0:41:50 Teen Titans Academy #6 0:44:38 Wonder Girl #3 0:49:04 Supergirl S6 Ep16 – Nightmare in National City 0:52:45 Stargirl S2 Ep11 – Summer School: Chapter Eleven 0:59:26 Titans S3 Ep8 – Home 1:04:32 Y: The Last Man S1 Ep6 – Weird Al Is Dead 1:13:18 Show Close Links Aquaman/Green Arrow Deep Target #1 Wonder Woman Black & Gold #5 Aquaman: The Becoming #2 Checkmate #5 Deathstroke Inc. #2 Detective Comics #1044 Robin #7 Teen Titans Academy #6 Wonder Girl #3 Wonder Woman (1942-1986) #141 (Cletus's Read More Comics Pick) Earth Station One Tales of the Station Earth Station One Tales of the Station Vol. 2 The Chameleon Chronicles: Colors of Fate The Chameleon Chronicles: Sisters of the Thorn Want to Donate to the Show or Sponsor our Comics Talk for this week? No problem! Just click on the donate button below! If you would like to leave feedback, comment on the show, or would like us to give you a shout out, please call the ESDCU feedback line at (317) 564-9133 (remember long distance charges may apply) or feel free to email us @ email@example.com
This is important! This means something! Lauren is joined (again) by Russ from the Infectious Groove Podcast to discuss something HUGE. We're talking about the "Weird Al" vinyl box set Squeeze Box. How can we talk about such a comprehensive box set in an hour? Is it possible? Listen and find out! We're excited to have a fellow OddPod on the show this week! Huzzah! Watch Russ talk about this box set on YouTube! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JarQQaC24cw&t=3s Check out Infectious Groove! https://www.infectiousgroovepodcast.com/ Beer'd Al is an affiliate of the OddPods Media Network. OddPods promo for 500 Section Lounge.
Plugging in no less than four amazing (and totally different!) guitars on this episode, Jim "Kimo" West, the Grammy-winning solo artist and longtime lead guitarist for "Weird Al" Yankovic, demonstrates everything from his own music and his take on the hypnotic Hawaiian II-V-I turnaround to "soprano" textures and rock guitar feedback (the latter via a rare Moog guitar). Hosted by Jude Gold. Presented by Guitar Player magazine
Dave and Ethan welcome the guys behind the hottest Weird Al related book of 2021 to the podcast. Kevin McKee and Rob Lenz share the story behind their 25-years-in-the-making book - Dear Jon: Emails to A Drummer, which revolves around their email conversations with Weird Al drummer Jon "Bermuda" Schwartz.
Weird Al stops by, and Jason says goodbye. Host: Jason Klamm Producer: Mike Worden Guest: Weird Al Yankovic Please subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, follow us on Twitter and like us at the Facebooks. ©2011-2021 StolenDress Entertainment
Dave Bossert & Aljon Go chat with Richard Kraft about his career in music, management, directing, and producing. The duo also discusses the recent Disney+ Day reveals. Kraft is the co-owner of Kraft-Engel Management, one of the world's leading agencies specializing in representing film, theatre, television, and video game composers, songwriters, and music supervisors. Kraft-Engel clients have been nominated for 77 Academy Awards and have won 17 Academy Awards. Richard was the director and producer of the highly acclaimed Disney's The Little Mermaid in Concert at The Hollywood Bowl which premiered in 2016 starring Sara Bareilles, Rebel Wilson, Tituss Burgess, Darren Criss, and John Stamos and returned to The Hollywood Bowl again in 2019 starring Lea Michele, Harvey Fierstein, Cheech Marin, and Peter Gallagher. Richard has also directed and produced shows at the Hollywood Bowl including Disney's Beauty and the Beast starring Zooey Deschanel, Rebel Wilson, Taye Diggs, Kelsey Grammer, and Jane Krakowski, La La Land, and Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory starring John Stamos, Ingrid Michaelson, Finn Wolfhard, and “Weird Al” Yankovic. He also directed Alan Menken's one-man show A Whole New World of Alan Menken and he directed and produced Evil Dead Live in Concert: A Halloween Experience which premiered at The Theatre at Ace Hotel. Richard is also the executive producer of the ABC TV special The Wonderful World of Disney: Little Mermaid Live starring Auli'i Cravalho, Queen Latifah, and Shaggy. Prior to starting his own company in 1991, Richard was an agent at ICM and started his career working with several of his musical heroes such as Jerry Goldsmith, Elmer Bernstein, and Henry Mancini. Kraft once ran Varese Sarabande Records where he executive produced over 150 soundtrack albums. His award-winning feature-length documentary, Finding Kraftland played at over 75 film festivals around the world. He is also an über-Disney fan whose That's From Disneyland! exhibit and auction garnered great attention and money for charity. *Learn more at Kraft-Engel Management. Follow the team! Skull Rock Podcast | Facebook - Aljon Go (@aljongo) • Instagram & Dave Bossert (@dave_bossert) • Instagram - Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org | email@example.com. Pre-order a signed copy of Dave's new book - Claude Coats: Walt Disney's Imagineer—The Making of Disneyland: From Toad Hall to the Haunted Mansion and Beyond - CLAUDE COATS IMAGINEER (theoldmillpress.com) Outro music "The Pirate King" composed by Jared Rehnquist/Untold Journey - Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. *Source waltdisney.org --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/skullrockpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/skullrockpodcast/support
In this episode, Andrew and John are so unpredictable. But first we catch up on some emails and voicemails! We talk about our Sweet 16 Candy Bracket results, more Halloween memories, Harley Poe and horror punk lyrics, and a first time/long time caller! Then, the Joy Boys are back! Weird Al, tattoos, vaccines, concerts, and Dune! Finally, track by track of the debut Element 101 album "Future Plans Undecided." Album discussion begins at 1:16:50.
Multi-platinum artist and former CBB band leader “Weird Al” Yankovic joins Scott to talk about the brand new coloring book “The Weird A-Coloring to Al” and to share a big announcement. Then, bean salesperson Maurice Flatbottom stops by to talk about how his kids do not respect him. Plus, storm chaser Morgan Weeston-Smythe drops by to talk about being cursed to stay in LA.
Guitarist Rick Miller and bassist Mary Huff along with Dave Hartman on drums play rockabilly, surf, country, R&B, and Americana from the wrong side of the tracks. Southern-fried favorites with fans and critics alike, Southern Culture’s decades of hard touring and prolific record releases have only sharpened their humor and whet their appetite for rocking. With their latest record, “At Home With Southern Culture on the Skids,” fresh out of the oven, Rick and Mary join the Troubled Men for a meeting of the Troubled Minds. Topics include crime and punishment, a basketball injury, Timothy Hutton, a Buick LeSabre, a van breakdown, Geffen Records, crack, band origins, a coin flip, the Panther Burns, the White twins, the Cramps, Eddie Cochran, AM radio, Virginia, cheap guitars, D.I.Y. recording, a major label deal, “Flirting With Disaster,” Mary Tyler Moore, a wood shop teacher, ‘Dirt Track Date,” the Tonight Show, Ray Farrell, a NASA gig, Hasil Adkins, Miriam Linna, a Campbell’s Soup can, a documentary, Weird Al, a phone message, a Doris Wishman retrospective, “Blood Feast 2,” and much more. Intro music: Styler/Coman Break music: “Camel Walk” from “Dirt Track Date” by Southern Culture On The Skids Outro music: “Run Baby Run” from “At Home With Southern Culture On The Skids” Support the podcast here. Join the Patreon page here. Shop for Troubled Men’s Wear here. Subscribe, review, and rate (5 stars) on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or any podcast source. Follow on social media, share with friends, and spread the Troubled Word. Troubled Men Podcast Facebook Troubled Men Podacst Instagram SCOTS homepage SCOTS Facebook
Dave and Ethan share stories from their recent trip to Los Angeles – including attending both The Nightmare Before Christmas Live-To-Film Concert Experience events that Weird Al performed at and how they attended the exclusive VIP after-party. Dave and Ethan also talk about their other Weird Al-related-adventures, including visiting Weird Al's early apartment complex, having lunch with former podcast guests, and getting in trouble at the Funko Store.
BMOvember continues with the long teased, BMO Noire! We are joined for this episode by friend Stephen Saylor who plays in the NY Ska band Stop the Presses. Thats right, some more music talk in this one! And not just that, but we also talk Weird Al & David Lynch, and it was actually ON topic! Check out Stephen's band Stop The Presses at https://www.stopthepressesmusic.com/ You can support the podcast by kicking us a few pennies at https://anchor.fm/adventureguyspodcast Check out Eric's Patreon page to hear more music! http://www.patreon.com/ericdaino Follow us! www.instagram.com/adventureguyspodcast/ www.facebook.com/AdventureGuysPodcast twitter.com/AdventureGuysNY And email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We'd love to hear from you. :) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adventureguyspodcast/support
My best friend Dan Gomiller returns to the show to talk about his exposure to Weird Al through “Polka Party!” and slowly discovering the jokes he missed. Host: Jason Klamm Producer: Mike Worden Guest: Dan Gomiller Please subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, follow us … Continue reading →
Movie Meltdown - Episode 565 This episode features the return of George aka “The Fanatic” as we look back at 1982 and all the monumental films that came out that year. So put on your Flynn's Arcade T-shirt, grab your Reese's Pieces and get ready from some crazy tangents as we delve into... Bob Clark, Amy Heckerling, some sort of weird allegory for consumerism, Eddie Murphy, pandering garbage, George Romero, Colonel Trautman, a theater kid, David Lynch, the post-apocalyptic aesthetic, Richard Pryor, playing Atari, Rob Bottin, Lord Humungus, guns or walkie talkies, Lee Horsley, it is all about prostitution, Mr. Yankovic, missing parent issues, metal kids, Tom Hanks, competing against himself, Catherine Mary Stewart, practical effects, Walter Hill, the marketing didn't know what the hell they had, he's John Williams, going to the drive-in, John Waters, brutally honest comedies, Steven Spielberg, the next G.I. Joe, Christopher Reeve, sex comedies, Split Second, it is still getting worse, Ben Kingsley, Satanic panic, Wes Craven, psychedelic spots and the Showcase Cinemas. “There's times where there's some nostalgia factor in the movie.”
This is The Spoon, where we put a brick on the pedal and jump into the backseat with all our friends. Music Weird Al Yankovic Jerry Reed Mr Big Spoon Feeding World Party ~ Arkeology Dave Holmes~ Party Of One: A Memoir In 21 Songs Angry Birds Match The Men Of The Spoon Robbie Rist Chris Jackson Thom Bowers The Spoon on Twitter The Spoon Facebook Group The Spoon Facebook Page Email: email@example.com
Wait! That's not a "Weird Al" song! Remember the days of early music downloading... When it seemed like EVERY comedy song was attributed to "Weird Al"? Well, that's what we're talking about today! Lauren is joined by MJ from the Let's Jaws for a Minute podcast to break down this phenomenon. Let's Jaws for a Minute: https://linktr.ee/jawsforaminute https://twitter.com/jawsforaminute Beer'd Al is an affiliate of the OddPods Media Network OddPods promo: PodAskew
JFK Jr is back from the dead, NFL's Henry Ruggs III DUI, the Baldwin's won't shut up, Scotty Pippen is still mad at MJ, Drew Crime: Ed Kemper & the Suitcase Killer, and Pole Assassin's comfort-monkey attacks.JFK Jr. missed his scheduled appearance in Dealey Plaza today to reinstate Donald Trump as President. Robin Williams and Dale Earnhardt made an appearance instead.Chelsea High School seems to have some really dumb kids and/or racist ones.Drew Crime: The Suitcase Killer is free. Her complicit baby is on the loose with a strong murder gene. We remember when Michael Fay got caned in Singapore and then Weird Al made him famous. The worst mother possibly ever has been paroled. Ed Kemper is the tallest serial killer and little Pee Wee Gaskins is the shortest. Drew demands that Truth Serum be introduced to the investigation process.There is a shortages of snow plow drivers this upcoming winter and we're all going to be buried in snow. Nobody wants to work.NYC Vaccine Madness: No trash for you. No firefighters for you. Police, however, are getting the jab.Huma Abedin is making the rounds with a terribly titled new book; Both/And: A Life in Many Worlds.Las Vegas Raiders WR Henry Ruggs III was involved in a car accident and is being charged with DUI resulting in death.The Baldwins will NOT go away or hideout. Today they lost their kitty cat.We don't know who Kelly Dodd and Rick Leventhal are... but they are in trouble for dressing up like Alec Baldwin and a Native American for Halloween.Jeff Bezos drops $5,000,000,000 on climate change because he saw the atmosphere himself.Not-A-Prince Harry and his beast Meghan were snubbed by the Queen, so they made the COP26 summit all about THEM.MSU's victory over Michigan was the highest rated college football game of the year. Instead of himself, Jim Harbaugh blames the referees for the loss.Watch out for Pole Assassin and her comfort monkey. GO LONGHORN'S! Check out the monkey's Instagram.Scottie Pippen is still upset about what Michael Jordan said in The Last Dance.DaBaby has done the work. Dave Chappelle has not; according to a group that makes all decisions for the LGBTQA+ community.2021 Jessica Simpson body shames 2017 Jessica Simpson.Joe Simpson only takes pictures of hot guys these days.Democrats don't want Joe Biden to run for reelection.Today is M.L. Elrick big day, as it's Election Day. He somehow finally found some time to join his own show today.Bright Sheng's apology got him in trouble. The Michigan faculty wants him back... students don't. Stephen Shipps ruined it for everybody in his department.Brittney Cooper has tenure so she can say anything she wants. Like the concept of time being racist.The College Football Playoff rankings are out.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Hair Pieces & the Texas Cockroach! - Opinions That Don't Matter! ep. 87Show Notes:00:00:00 It's Halloween - Wayne's World00:01:54 Amazon Basics, William Shatner went to space! 00:08:00 Puppy Parlance, doggy daycare & bad dogs00:12:58 Ports of Los Angeles, shipping, supply chain & Christmas shopping00:14:00 Craigslist Christmas Shopping, Pontoon, Tupac's Car & the Bone Collector00:23:30 The Texas Cockroach00:28:58 Flying First Class and escaping a plane by sneaking out through the toilet00:33:30 Prisoner Transportation Movie with Michael Cera & Weird Al Yankovic, Brian Baumgartner & Jack Black00:36:00 Weezer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mk5Dwg5zm2U 38:22:00 Hair Piece for Sean, Donald Trump and Bill Shatner00:40:00 How many nipples do dogs have?00:43:00 Is it a bones or no-bones day? What to know about the latest TikTok trend https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aoxAhKtzT_g00:45:50 Kati loves Elyse Myers Taco Guy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4KGTfR3lcw0AUDIENCE LETTERS00:51:35 An Absolute Shit Show - Riley00:58:45 Really early announcement that Kati is contemplating a speaking tour… we might be looking into sponsorship etc.01:00:00 Costume inspiration & Cologne Culture - Lea Halloween Costume talk! Slash, TMNT, Mario Cart and The Wild West00:51:35 Musical Chairs World Championship and Amateur Duck, Duck, Goose Leagues - AbigailESPN article on Musical Chairs: https://www.espn.com/espn/story/_/id/8910212/thousands-contestants-battle-high-stakes-musical-chairs-championship-espn-magazineWorld Championships of Musical Chairs: https://youtu.be/emEeR8ayPW401:20:00 Latch-key kid food - Bagel dogs and Fish sticks… Buffets and sneeze guards01:35:00 Your Northern Lass writer again, Part 2! - JoolzScary car stories…01:45:00 A near car crash on a snowy New Year's eve#podcast #Argentina #Qatar-----Kati's new book TRAUMATIZED is available for order in print, ebook & audiobook. Get your copy today! https://geni.us/Bfak0jDiscord community: https://discord.gg/4gPTrGBM9zSend your fan art to OTDMpod@gmail.comSpeakpipe 90 second voice message: https://www.speakpipe.com/OTDMThe audio version of Opinions That Don't Matter https://opinonsthatdontmatter.buzzsprout.com/Ask Kati Anything! (2nd podcast) audio: https://askkatianything.buzzsprout.com/Amazon Suggestions: https://www.amazon.com/shop/katimortonKati TikTok @KatimortonInstagram @katimortonSeanTikTok @hatori_seanzoInstagram @seansaintlouisBUSINESS EMAIL Linnea Toney firstname.lastname@example.org kati morton kati morton podcast fanmail on podcast letters read on podcast otdm podcast podcast but outside
It was a long time coming! After meeting Denny Tedesco at NAMM two years ago, having seen his unforgettable, moving, stellar film, The Wrecking Crew, I jumped. Scheduled BC (Before COVID), at long last, here we finally were. Denny had completed most of the interviews (Carole King, James Taylor, Jackson Browne, and Linda Ronstadt to name but a few icons weighing in on The Section (Leland Sklar, Russ Kunkle, Waddy Wachtel, and Danny Kortchmar), for his upcoming doc on thier The Immediate Family (with relative youngin' Steve Postel), as a sort of followup to his doc, The Wrecking Crew, when we met. He was heading to Sundance just before the pandemic hit. Undeterred by the inerminable shut down, Denny's managing to complete the film, getting a masterfully produced iPhone self tape from Keith Richards, remote interviews with Stevie Nicks and Lyle Lovett, and sitting down, with caution and testing with the boys, themselves. How I can't wait to see it! This collective has played on most of the soundtrack of my life. And I kinda love them all as musicans and peoples. Denny discussed at length his father, famed session guitarist Tommy Tedesco, where he came from, and how he came to be perhaps the most recorded guitarist, ever. We did a deep dive into The Wrecking Crew, and why, when Tommy was diagnosed with terminal cancer, Denny quickly started filming his father, and the rest of the Crew. Sweet side bar for me, Tommy was the guitarist with Happy Kyne And The Mirthmakers on Fernwood 2Night, at the top of my must see TV back in the day. Here, a taste of Tommy Tedesco as Tommy Marranuchi https://bit.ly/3GtPt9N ❤️ We talked about Denny starting out not as a musicain, but as a set director on the film Eating Raoul, producing at Comedy Channel and the 2000 Academy Awards with Billy Crystal and his current producing gig, the 2nd season of Hanging With Doctor Z, featuring Dana Gould, as Dr. Z, who interviews Jeff Garlin, Dave Foley, Bobcat Goldthwait, Patton Oswalt, Steven Webber, Will Forte, Penn Jillett, Maria Emily Bamford, Al Yankovic, Paget Brewster, Hank Azaria, to name some. Denny gave a sneak peek into his next doc, something completely different… ponzi scam, anyone? Warm, fun, and easy, with fabulous tales from the front and back, Denny was a total joy after a particulary rough day. This is gonna be my happy revisit for a long to come. Just thinking about it makes me smile. Broadly. Denny Tedesco Live on Changers with Vicki Abelson Wed, 10/27/21/, 5 pm PT, 8 pm ET Streamed Live on my Facebook Replay here: https://bit.ly/3jFQlOD All BROADcasts, as podcasts, also available on iTunes apple.co/2dj8ld3 Stitcher bit.ly/2h3R1fla tunein bit.ly/2gGeItj Also on iHeartRadio, SoundCloud, Voox, OwlTail, Backtracks, PlayerFM, Himalaya, Podchaser, and Listen Notes Thanks to Rick Smolke of Quik Impressions, the best printers, printing, the best people people-ing. quikimpressions.com Nicole Venables of Ruby Begonia Hair Studio Beauty and Products, for the best dressed. http://www.rubybegoniahairstudio.com/ Blue Microphones and Kevin Walt
Dave and Ethan welcome "Weird Al" Yankovic for the riveting conclusion of the epic 4-part interview. Weird Al begrudgingly opens up on his video gaming habits, reality shows he has declined, his vision for a super bowl halftime show, TV pilots he has been working on, a project with Lin-Manuel Miranda, and the real story behind the Coolio/Amish Paradise controversy.
This is some of the weirdest shhh! Episode notes: Happy birthday to "Weird Al" Yankovic! Colin Powell, first Black US secretary of state, dies of Covid-19 complications amid cancer battle Manslaughter conviction of 21-year-old Oklahoma woman who suffered miscarriage sparks outcry Director of photography killed, movie director injured after Alec Baldwin discharged prop firearm on movie set Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 4 chances after Gypsy King's KO in Las Vegas Jon Jones banned from longtime gym in wake of domestic violence arrest Psychonautics: A Comic's Exploration Of Psychedelics --- 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/whostalkingshhh/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whostalkingshhh/support
Richard Dixon gives the opening rant, talks about Weird Al, asks the #BSQotD, looks at the spending bill Biden is pushing, why it is important to follow the money on these mandates, Ron DeSantis offering an incentive to unvaccinated police officers to come to Florida, and more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
¿Qué pasa si mezclamos un género en principio tan canónico y concreto como el Western con Steampunk, monstruos gigantes, artes marciales, viajes en el tiempo, alienígenas o vampiros? Pués nos encontramos con el Weird Western, un género de géneros que merecía un profundo estudio como el que ha realizado el crítico de cine Jesús Palacios, que se sube a la Nabucodonosor junto a la ilustradora y experta en mitología Rakel Suárez y que es una de las colaboradoras de Weird Western. Cine del oeste sin fronteras editado por Applehead Team y que incluye un episodio del cómic Atolladero con dibujo de Miguel Ángel Martín y guión de Óscar Aibar. Y hablando de Weird, con Don Víctor Gómez nos acordamos y disfrutamos de algunas de las mejores canciones de Weird Al Yankovic. Escuchar audio
What a glorious day! Every year on the 23rd day of October, we celebrate the birth of our hero, "Weird Al" Yankovic! And this year, we're really doing it in style. Lauren is joined by musician, singer/songwriter, and all-around groovy lady, Summer Woods. Summer is a true Al-ficionado. She's done piano medleys... and now she has an album of "Weird Al" cover songs! WHAAAAAAAT. Her album Chihuahua Hat drops TODAY. THIS VERY DAY. You don't want to miss THAT, or THIS amazing episode. Check out Summer's stuff! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPNlq15SeZiYIpTfUSLIoZw https://summerwoodsmusic.com/ Beer'd Al is a proud affiliate of the OddPods Media Network. Special bonus OddPods promo: Keeping Up with the Cardassians
In this special BONUS episode, Charley and Ella are joined by Shelby Sessler to unravel the secrets of the first episode of "Inside Job," the new Netflix series from Gravity Falls writer Shion Takeuchi and produced by Alex Hirsch. We discuss whether conspiracy theory jokes can be funny these days, and why it's important and good that Reagan Ridley is unlikable and how that impacts her character dynamics. We also debate the existence of Kazaam. NOTE: While uploading this episode we realized that we had been pronouncing Shion's name wrong. We are very sorry. Also, Shion is awesome. Check out Shelby's voice acting and cosplay: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkGbtsH1n-XIB3ECbSPpxfl3j4vld2QZr https://www.tiktok.com/@shelbysessler Watch Inside Job episode 1 "Unpresidented": https://www.netflix.com/title/80995819 Cover art by Shelby and Ella Gravity Falls writers' room photo: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BKf3YwhCYAAsNPS.jpg Today's theme song is "Foil" by "Weird Al" Yankovic, performed by Ella Join our Discord Community: https://discord.gg/ZTRu7qyZcR Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/mysteryshackpod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mysteryshacklookback/ https://pipedreampodcasts.com/mystery-shack-lookback Email us if you have well-archived experiences in the original Gravity Falls fanbase: email@example.com
What could be better than a weirdo variety/sketch show presented by Dr. Demento and featuring such fine folks as Weird Al Yankovic, Howie Mandel, Marc Weiner, Bozo the Clown, John Paragon and others? Turns out, a lot of things. Join us as we dig into the lost wonders of the Doctor's failed SNL summertime replacement series!
This is a doozy of an episode, for sure! Lauren is joined by preeminent "Weird Al" historian and all around groovy guy Nathan Rabin. Listen in as we discuss Nathan's new coloring book The Weird A-Coloring to Al (and you should seriously buy it for yourself!) and "Weird Al" Yankovic, our hero's self-titled debut album. The love for Al is all around this episode! Buy Nathan Rabin's book(s)! https://www.nathanrabin.com/shop Beer'd Al is an affiliate of the OddPods Media Network. OddPods promo: BFYTW Podcast
Dave and Ethan welcome "Weird Al" Yankovic for the third part of his most in-depth interview ever recorded.Weird Al pulls back the curtains on how he writes non-parody songs, the celebrity that left him starstruck, how his parents felt about his early music, and the story behind his patchwork pants!
The number 100 can be looked at as a milestone in many facets. Live to 100, and not only are you old as dirt, but you've most likely outlived most of the people you came up with throughout your life—which might seem depressing, and sad but that really is quite an amazing accomplishment. You're also part of a very special club of people that hit that milestone. When you're nine years old, $100 feels like a million, and then you grow up and that same $100 feels like $1 because the other $99 is keeping you alive—but that feeling you had as a kid was priceless. Hit the highway and when you realize there is no traffic you put the pedal to the medal. When you get to 100 mph and fly past that speed limit sign, you feel like a million bucks. Little do you know, there is a speed trap up ahead. As soon as you see the cop car, you slam on the brakes but you know there is no way you're not done for. You coast by only to realize the cop that would love to give you that nice fat speeding ticket, is preoccupied with taking a nap and you're in the clear (though potentially fun, this scenario is not recommended). In the podcasting community making it to 100 episodes is quite the feat. With over 2 million podcasts out there clogging up your internet connection, many don't make it anywhere near recording 100 episodes. This happens for many reasons, and quite simply put, podcasting just isn't for everyone, and that's okay. As we started approaching this milestone, we knew we had to put something together that would give back to our listeners and supporters. You guys always hear about what makes music so special to the three of us, but we wanted to be able to hear from all of you. We asked for clips of you telling everyone about an artist or album that greatly impacted your lives, and that is exactly what you gave us. With so many clips in hand, we've split this episode in two, for twice the fun. This is part 2, of a 2 part series made up entirely of you, our listeners, and supporters. Without you, there would be no podcast, and there surely wouldn't be 100 episodes in the can. It's with true gratitude and love from the bottom of our hearts that we say thank you. Thank you for making this possible, and thank you for allowing us to hit this milestone with all of you in tow. It's season 4, episode 16 of what we hope becomes everyone's favorite music podcast. Here's to the next 100. LET'S GO!!! Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. Infectious Groove Podcast, part of the OddPods Media Network.
Musical artist Summer Woods drops by the show to chat with me all about her Weird Al-influcenced EP Nope Just Me (out now) and her new EP titled Chihuahua Hat (a parody in itself of Weird Al's 2003 album Poodle Hat) which drops this Saturday on Al's birthday October 23rd. Follow Summer and pickup her music on Linktree Become a Patron of the show! Instagram @FauxRealPod Twitter @FauxRealPod Facebook @FauxRealPod Recorded via Zoom Faux Real is a production of Wilder Entertainment © 2021
Band on the Run would be the turning point for Paul McCartney's post-Beatles career. After completing two solo albums, McCarney formed Paul McCartney and Wings, with the Wings name being inspired by a time of prayer at the hospital while his wife Linda was having serious complications delivering their second child.Wings had already produced two albums which had met with mixed reviews. McCartney had picked an exotic locale of Lagos, Nigeria as the recording spot for "Band on the Run," and just before heading out, guitarist Henry McCullough and drummer Denny Selwell left the band. That left Paul, his wife Linda, and former Moody Blues alum Denny Laine to complete the album.Nigeria might have been exotic, but it was a horrible choice as a recording location. The country was run by a corrupt military dictatorship, was in the midst of a cholera epidemic, and the studio was in very poor shape. Despite all these problems,the band would turn in a spectacular critical and commercial success.The album has a theme of escape and freedom. It was being put together at the same time as George Harrison, John Lennon, and Ringo Starr all were in litigation against Allen Klein, a hardnosed business manager appointed to run Apple Records in 1969. McCartney had strongly opposed Klein's appointment at the time, and some of the confidence that comes through in the album may come from a sense of being proven right about Klein.McCartney insisted on recording with Linda despite her lack of previous experience as a musician because he didn't want them to be apart while he was on tour. Linda McCartney would be a part of the band from the beginning of Paul McCartney's post-Beatles career. Band on the RunThe opening track and title song is a medley of three songs that all reflect freedom and escape. The lyric, "if we ever get out of here" was inspired by George Harrison in one of the Beatles' business meetings. The original demo recording for "Band on the Run" was stolen at knife-point in Lagos, and the band had to basically re-record it from memory.MamuniaThis deep cut, gets its name from the Mamounia Hotel where the McCartneys stayed in Marrakesh, Morocco in 1973. Mamounia means "safe haven" in Arabic, and McCartney considered it a metaphor for rebirth, continuing the "freedom" theme that would permeate the album. It was the first song recorded for the album.Helen WheelsThis song was not intended to be a part of the album, and does not appear on the British release. Capitol Records convinced Paul McCartney to include it on the American release of the album. The track is a road trip song, and takes its name from the nickname of the McCartney's Land Rover, "hell on wheels." JetThe first single from the album was actually preceded by Helen Wheels as a non-album single released separately. It went to number 7 on both the British and American charts at the end of March. The name is supposedly inspired by the name of the McCartney's Labrador Retriever, though Paul McCartney has also indicated that it was also the name of a pony he owned. ENTERTAINMENT TRACK:Daybreak by Harry Nilsson (from the motion picture Son of Dracula)A cult classic movie starring Ringo Starr and Harry Nilsson with Peter Frampton, John Bonham, Keith Moon, and other rock stars. STAFF PICKS:Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo by Rick DerringerWayne features a rock anthem based off a seductive dance from the 1880's. Derringer originally wrote the song for Johnny Winter, but re-recorded it when he went solo. In addition to working with Johnny Winter, he also played in Edgar Winter's group on both "Frankenstein" and "Free Ride." Derringer also plays guitar on Weird Al Yankovic's parody, "Eat It."Jungle Boogie by Kool & the GangRob cranks up the funk with an early Kool & the Gang hit off their fourth album. The band got their start 10 years prior to this in 1964 after high school. The scat sound is from a roadie for the band.The Loco-Motion by Grand Funk RailroadBrian's pick this week is a cover originally performed by Little Eva in 1962. The song was surprisingly successful despite the unusual choice of a 60's dance song being remade by a hard rock band.Already Gone by The EaglesBruce brings us the first single from the third Eagle's album "On the Border." This song penned by Jack Tempchin and Rob Strandlund is the relational equivalent of a "you can't fire me, I quit" song. INSTRUMENTAL TRACK:TSOP (The Sound of Philadelphia) by MFSBAlmost entirely an instrumental, this disco track will take us out of this week's podcast. MFSB stands for "Mother, Father, Sister, Brother."
Our own Andrew Torrez broke this news while on vacation, no less! Here's an article referencing the podcast! We had assumed that the DFEH and the EEOC were working in coordination on the Blizzard Activision case, but that turns out to NOT be the case! Listen to Andrew break down this startling development! After that, one (maybe) final look back at the Weird Al episode for an Andrew (and Thomas) was wrong!
I am so excited about this episode! I'm joined by our Twitter friend Tyler to talk about 2011's Alpocalypse album. Tyler is a super cool "Weird Al" stan (this is what the kids say) joining me to talk about this masterpiece! (Because they are all masterpieces!) I'm especially excited because Tyler is from a new crop of younger Al fans that will soon be taking the world by storm. ONWARD TO THE ALPOCALYPSE! Tyler does cool stuff, too! http://www.thecharmingotter.com https://twitter.com/statusferret Affiliate of the OddPods Media Network. This week's promo: From the Middle https://linktr.ee/fromthemidpod
Drummer Bermuda Schwartz has been by "Weird" Al's side since that fateful day when they recorded "Another One Rides the Bus" for Dr. Demento. In all these years, he's watched as new generations discover Al at just the right time and remain devoted fans over the decades (bringing their kids and grandkids along for the ride). While helping Al fulfill his comedic and creative vision, Bermuda has also served as archivist, collecting every speck of swag/recording/photo there's ever been. This has resulted in the glorious book, Black & White & Weird All Over: The Lost Photographs of "Weird Al" Yankovic '83 - '86 which came out last year. Every "Weird" Al fan should have a copy! We talk about all of it and more! www.bermudaschwartz.com www.patreon.com/thehustlepod
The number 100 can be looked at as a milestone in many facets. Live to 100, and not only are you old as dirt, but you've most likely outlived most of the people you came up with throughout your life—which might seem depressing, and sad but that really is quite an amazing accomplishment. You're also part of a very special club of people that hit that milestone. When you're nine years old, $100 feels like a million, and then you grow up and that same $100 feels like $1 because the other $99 is keeping you alive—but that feeling you had as a kid was priceless. Hit the highway and when you realize there is no traffic you put the pedal to the medal. When you get to 100 mph and fly past that speed limit sign, you feel like a million bucks. Little do you know, there is a speed trap up ahead. As soon as you see the cop car, you slam on the brakes but you know there is no way you're not done for. You coast by only to realize the cop that would love to give you that nice fat speeding ticket, is preoccupied with taking a nap and you're in the clear (though potentially fun, this scenario is not recommended). In the podcasting community making it to 100 episodes is quite the feat. With over 2 million podcasts out there clogging up your internet connection, many don't make it anywhere near recording 100 episodes. This happens for many reasons, and quite simply put, podcasting just isn't for everyone, and that's okay. As we started approaching this milestone, we knew we had to put something together that would give back to our listeners and supporters. You guys always hear about what makes music so special to the three of us, but we wanted to be able to hear from all of you. We asked for clips of you telling everyone about an artist or album that greatly impacted your lives, and that is exactly what you gave us. With so many clips in hand, we've split this episode in two, for twice the fun. This is part 1, of a 2 part series made up entirely of you, our listeners, and supporters. Without you, there would be no podcast, and there surely wouldn't be 100 episodes in the can. It's with true gratitude and love from the bottom of our hearts that we say thank you. Thank you for making this possible, and thank you for allowing us to hit this milestone with all of you in tow. It's season 4, episode 15 of what we hope becomes everyone's favorite music podcast. Here's to the next 100. LET'S GO!!! Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. Infectious Groove Podcast, part of the OddPods Media Network.
This week Ken welcomes, writer, director, producer, comedian and actor Pete Holmes to the show. Ken and Pete get RIGHT into it and discuss The Want Ads, the nature of AV Nerds, wanting to be the go to expert to fight monsters among your peer group, managing bands, wanting to be in the limelight but being shy, playing the bass, being a punk rock kid, how creepy dudes like comedy, Weird Al, letting Ken host his own show, loving activities that give you time away from your family, Townies, Boston trash, Cha Cha, the joke that got Pete on Conan, how pride shifts from your work to your children, the pay bump you get with a Golden Globe, being funny for free, making your talent a career, The Devil, the pain you have to go through to gain skills, how Prince was a nerd, practice, radioactive spiders, obsessiveness, hating Boston, the horror of a Red Sox hat, the Hard F Word, suffering, feeling out of place, The Unseen, needing to cleanse your brain with angry punk rock after seeing your parents, not liking The Showcase Showdown, Doc Hopper, writing letters, energy not derived from cocaine, Rancid at Avalon, remembering Waterdog, fights, being the tall guy, enjoying the scary parts of life, Harvard Square, Green Day Riot, Bad Brains, fights, front men, how jocks ruin everything, white hats, Ken stealing crowd surfers shoes, playing a song you wrote with Tim Armstrong, Pete's band Nude, the way we made friends, self help, knowing you are in control of your life, Robin Hood Prince of Thieves, Newbury Comics, Tower Records, making game show based prank phone calls, trick questions based on The Wizard of Oz, being ridiculed by hooligans and riff raff at the Burlington movie theater and having your brother betray you. THEN Ken gets Tripp Underwood of The Unseen on the phone to discuss Pete's love of the band, his letter writing, and to make an offer to answer all of Pete's unanswered Unseen questions.
Brian, Travis and Richard are back with an all-new episode of the Chasing Tone Podcast!This week we are joined once again by the legend in his own lunchtime, Travis Feaster, who immediately raises the tone by discussing his wife's Tik Tok activities and Richard doesn't notice that he was using his room mic for the first 10 minutes and berates himself muchly. There are some beeped swears. The guys chat about other long running podcasts in the same space and touch a little on the history of the Chasing Tone podcast and gear podcasts.How good are you with a bottleneck / slide on an electric? Richard has been practising and realised he has a long way to go, and the guys chat a little about Derek Trucks and slide technique in general. Do you like sunburst finishes? Apparently John Mayer doesn't and this also becomes a point of discussion. Travis uses this as an opportunity to mention his '64 Strat which makes small parts of Richard very envious. Ok all of him. Do you visit your local Guitar Center while high? No of course you don't - you are not that guy from Chattanooga...or are you? Travis introduces us to his new invented word and the guys chat about various substances and immediately regret it. He then gives us some valuable insight into how to find the vintage guitar of your dreams - you wont want to miss this bit as he gives a clue about the next bargain collectable guitar. Tik Tok leggings, Weird Al Yankovic, Knockoff mics, Influencers in the wild, MGK vs Slipknot pt. 2, The Sopranos...it's all in this weeks Chasing Tone!We are on Patreon now too!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chasingtonepodcast)DIY modshttps://modyourownpedal.com/collections/booksFind us at:https://www.wamplerpedals.com/https://www.instagram.com/WamplerPedals/https://www.facebook.com/groups/wamplerfanpage/Youtube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdVrg4Wl3vjIxonABn6RfWwContact us at: firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/chasingtonepodcast)
Weird Al is Dead. Ivan & Red find themselves trapped on all sides by a menacing group of women who'd just like to sew them into a bear. There's only one episode to cover this week which gives them more time to cover the material more thoroughly! Check out Red & Maggie Tokuda-Hall's newly launched podcast, Failure to Adapt, available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or via RSS As always: Support Ivan & Red! → patreon.com/boarsgoreswords Follow us on twitter → @boarsgoreswords Find us on facebook → facebook.com/BoarsGoreSwords
Alright so... we got a lot of emails from our satire-related episode. Like a lot. And it all focused on the same one thing from a quick aside about Weird Al. Since then, a massive debate has taken place in the Facebook group over whether or not satirists like Weird Al would owe royalties. Andrew's previous segment said no; many commenters say yes. So are we issuing an Andrew was wrong? Find out the answer to that and MANY fascinating related issues in our much needed Weird Al deep-dive!