Host Sarah Hearon gives all the backstories of Zac Clark and Tayshia Adams' breakup and Katie Thurston moving on from Blake Moynes with John Hersey. Hear a complete timeline and how Blake feels amid Katie and John's public relationship. Plus, hear Sarah's thoughts on the final four and finally, Michelle joins to break down her connections with Joe and Nayte, what viewers are missing about Clayton and how her season ends.
Season 4 Episode 30! (4:23) The Bachelorette's Tayshia Adams and Zac Clark end their engagement after a year (9:10) Patriots shut out Falcons on Thursday Night Football, move into first in AFC East (20:56) Steelers fall short of completing comeback in gut-wrenching loss to Chargers (31:54) Chiefs edge Cowboys in low-scoring affair, Ravens survive Bears without Lamar Jackson, and more from NFL Week 11 (54:02) Cincinnati moves closer to College Football Playoff, Florida fires Dan Mullen (1:18:40) Fenway Sports Group nearing deal to acquire majority stake in Penguins (1:26:04) Throwback Top Five: Thanksgiving Dinner Dishes (1:52:19) A friendly podcast wager for The Match between Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka
“I truly believe in my heart that if it wasn't for my recovery journey, I wouldn't have been able to do any of this. I kept thinking of that during the marathon. I kept thinking about all the hard times and trials and tribulations. All the stuff that I got through and I thought, ‘If I can do that, then why can I do this?'” My guest for today's episode is Mario Diurno. Just a few days ago, you got to hear the story of Molly Seidel who finished fourth in the elite women's race. I want to share with you the story of a friend of mine and one of the last people across the finish line. While many of the people who ran on Sunday were getting ready for bed, Mario was working his way through Central Park and crossed the finish line just before 11 pm – 10 hours and 55 minutes after he started in Staten Island. Mario is a client support specialist at Release Recovery. You've heard me speak about Release Recovery in previous episodes. I interviewed the founder and my friend, Zac Clark, after he was on The Bachelorette and before we did the Goggins Challenge in April. Mario works to get people treatment for addiction and substance abuse and sometimes that means he travels out to meet people and get them the help they need. He's one who speaks openly about his recovery story and message in order to inspire others. He is a bigger fella with not much of a running background or consistent training so when he said he was doing the marathon, many of us had our doubts he'd be able to do it. We did these Monday night community runs in Central Park and Mario would be there every week pushing himself to make it through two miles, four miles, six miles no matter how long it took. The journey to the starting line was enough of a win. When I Facetimed him at 4 pm on Sunday from a restaurant and the Release Recovery afterparty, he was only at the halfway point but all smiles and he made a new friend along the way named Freddi that helped him get to the finish line. He just kept going and truly shifted my perspective on the power of what setting your mind on a goal can accomplish. SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS TRACKSMITH is a Boston-based running brand, who crafts performance apparel for training, racing and rest days. Gear up for going far with their fall running essentials and check out the Tracksmith Journal for some marathon tips from the Tracksmith team. Listeners get 15% off their purchase using code CITIUS15 at checkout. Visit Tracksmith.com today. HOW TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST
Zac Clark, co-founder of Release Recovery and winner of "The Bachelorette" season 16, joined Rich to discuss his road to 10-years of recovery and sobriety and his running in the NYC Marathon with the Release Recovery team to help raise money for addition and recovery support. Photo by: Getty Images See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We know Zac Clark from his beautiful love story on The Bachelorette with his fiancé Tayshia Adams, who now co-hosts The Bachelorette with Jason's fiancé Kaitlyn Bristowe. But on this episode, Zac discusses his days before the beautiful love story, specifically the dark chapters of his history which lead him down the road of excessive drinking, drugs and addiction. Zac talks about what he did as an addict to hide his addiction, how he paid for the drugs, and the scary things he learned about the illegal business of drug dealing. His life story takes a dark turn to a truly inspiring, Restart moment Zac will never forget and will always appreciate. Zac trades all of his personal and professional secrets he's learned along the way, from hitting rock bottom to founding “Release Recovery,” which assists people in the same shoes in which he once was. This is an episode that we will remember forever. Host: Jason Tartick For All Access Content - join our networking group for less than 30 cents a day! Voice of Viewer: David Arduin Executive Producer: Evan Sahr Produced by Dear Media.
In Week 6 on The Bachelorette, Justin gets the coveted wedding photo shoot date (that Zac Clark got last season)—should he hang onto his tux and his vows? Connor made a feline for the door—how will fans remember this Year of the Cat? And Katie's asking her players for more “self-control” (if ya know what she means), but is she losing control of her own clubhouse? Special guest Bachelor Data joins us as we take a deep dive into the smooches, the heartbreaks, and the roast that never was.Shoot us an email or voice memo with your thoughts on next weeks episode to email@example.com and we'll read em in our mail bag segment! Help support the show by becoming a Patron on our newly launched Patreon page and receive bonus episodes every week and much more!! patreon.com/thebachelorzone Rate, Review, Subscribe on iTunesFollow us on Instagram, Twitter at @bachelorzonepod Theme song and drops by Daniel Angarita And check out some sweet Bachelor zone merchandise at: TeePublic.com Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=9J9V5TLKG5VFE&source=url)
It's almost Father's Day, and what better way to celebrate than with the amazing father of former “Bachelorette” Tayshia Adams? Desmond Adams joins Mike and Bryan and shares what Tayshia was like as a child and reveals how he found out about Tayshia going on “The Bachelor.” Desmond also explains how he knew that Colton Underwood wasn't the one during their hometown date on “The Bachelor.” Then, he shares what he thinks about his future son-in-law Zac Clark. Plus, a special surprise from Tayshia! Don't forget to rate and subscribe so you never miss an episode.
“I really threw myself into everything that made me uncomfortable.” Happy Bonus Episode Day! Cara Enright is someone I've wanted to have on the show for a long time, and I couldn't decide whether to include her in the Everyday Runner series (a runner with a full-time job and lots of hobbies!) or to share her episode on a Thursday — and so, the solution is a bonus episode, in the middle, today! Cara Enright is a New York City-based runner (and former competitive jump roper!) who works in pharmaceutical recruiting. Last month, Cara and a group of runners (including The Bachelorette's Zac Clark) completed the Goggins Challenge: They ran four miles every four hours for 48 hours straight. On this episode, Cara talks about how she got involved, how she prepared, and what the experience was like. (By the end of the challenge, the group had also raised more than $80,000 for the Release Recovery Foundation.) When she's not working or running through Times Square at 1 AM with her friends, Cara is the women's captain for the Brooklyn Track Club, and is a partner with Free People Movement. SPONSOR: Ranger Ready Repellents — Use code ONTHERUN10 for 10% off your purchase. What you’ll get on this episode: All about competitive jump roping (3:45) Cara shares her running story (6:25) On navigating the New York City running scene (9:30) The role running plays in Cara’s life now (18:45) How Cara’s feeling after completing the Goggins Challenge (23:30) What it was actually like running the Goggins Challenge in NYC (32:10) On raising more than $80K for the Release Recovery Foundation (43:30) All about Cara’s role with Free People Movement (49:30) What’s next on the run? (55:00) What we mention on this episode: Cara’s "butt jumping" video! Julia Lucas on Episode 356 of the Ali on the Run Show Brooklyn Track Club Electric Athletic Club Chris Chavez on Episode 262 of the Ali on the Run Show Izzy Seidel on Episode 236 of the Ali on the Run Show Izzy Seidel on Episode 341 of the Ali on the Run Show Follow Cara: Instagram @therealcaraenright Twitter @careenright Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Blog Strava Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify SoundCloud Overcast Stitcher Google Play SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you’re enjoying the show, please subscribe, and leave a rating and review on iTunes or Apple Podcasts. And, as always, spread the run love by sharing this episode with your friends, family members, running buddies, or favorite internet strangers!
New Tristan Thompson cheating accusations (18:04-35:41). Vanderpump Rules coming back (35:42-41:51). Rumors swirling about Katie's Bachelorette season (43:40-51:59). Billie Eilish releases new song/video + announces new album (52:00-58:04). Britney Spears set to speak in court (58:05-1:03:04). Interview with Zac Clark – talking Clare & Tayshia's season, life with Tayshia now + more! (1:03:18-1:05:43). CITO merch > http://bit.ly/citomerch. Follow us on Instagram @chicksintheoffice and on Twitter @chicksintheoff + subscribe to our Snapchat show > http://bit.ly/thegroupchat & our YouTube > http://bit.ly/CITOYOUTUBE.
In part two of Mike and Bryan’s exclusive interview with Bachelor Nation’s Zac Clark, Zac discusses what it was like at his lowest point and why he had to get punched in the face to become a humble man. Zac also opens up about his concerns with going on “The Bachelorette” sober and why he thinks it ended up giving him a competitive edge. Plus, Zac talks about why addiction doesn’t discriminate and shares which combination of therapy, medicine, and support groups finally got him sober. Learn more about Release Recovery. Don’t forget to rate and subscribe so you never miss an episode.
“Very Cavallari” star and go-to hair colorist Justin Anderson talks about the huge celebrities he’s worked with over the years — Jen Aniston, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Miley Cyrus, to name a few — and reveals which celebrity he didn’t vibe with. Justin also discusses what it was like growing up in a Mormon family and then coming out to his parents. He opens up about when he knew he was gay and discusses reuniting with his adopted son. Plus, Tayshia, Joe, and Natasha discuss the wedding of “Bachelor in Paradise” couple Raven and Adam, and whether waiting longer to get married is indicative of a successful marriage. Then, the hosts get real about their experiences with anxiety and share the activities they do to reduce it. Tayshia also speaks out about fiancé Zac Clark’s recent interview on “Talking It Out,” where he discussed his past drug use and history of addiction in the Bachelor Nation Breakdown. Don’t forget to rate and subscribe so you never miss an episode.
In part one of Mike and Bryan’s exclusive interview with Bachelor Nation’s Zac Clark, Zac opens up about his sheltered upbringing and discusses how he went down the dark path of drugs and addiction. Zac also reveals how he kept his drug use a secret from almost everyone in his life.Plus, Zac tells Mike and Bryan about the last few hours he was on drugs and shares the story about reuniting with the bank teller who saved his life. Zac also discusses what it was like dating while sober on “The Bachelorette” and how his fiancée Tayshia responded to him revealing his past struggles. Don’t forget to rate and subscribe so you never miss an episode.
48 miles in 48 hours and more than $48,000 raised for the Release Recovery Foundation over the weekend in New York City. On national tv, Zac Clark opened up about his history with drug addiction/substance abuse and his recovery. In 2017, he co-founded Release Recovery to help others reclaim their lives from addiction. His foundation is a non-profit that helps provide scholarships to those who may not have the financial means to go and recover. A few months back, he convinced my, Ryan Welsh and Zac Price to embark on the David Goggins Challenge of running 4 miles at the top of the hour every 4 hours for 48 hours. The goal was to use running as a way to raise awareness on addiction and mental health four miles at a time. In this episode, we talk about all the highs and lows from the weekend and the power running can have for good.
Host Sarah Hearon breaks down all of the reports and source information surrounding Matt James and Rachael Kirkconnell’s recent New York City reunion, headlines about “Bachelor in Paradise,” Zac Clark admitting he and Tayshia Adams have had "ups and downs” that have been “well-documented” and the premiere date of “The Bachelorette.”
On this Joe Pisapia Interview, Joe talks about his new LP, about being “in the belly of the earth”... why recording his own LPs allow him more experimentation and how bands he produces benefit from this, knowing when “enough is enough,” musically… Also a rebroadcast of Joe’s original long-form interview show: the difficulty of having to leave a couple of situations - one musical, and one family. Working w/ kd lang and Ben Folds Five, getting seriously sick on the road, a very scary message from the Universe that almost cost Joe his career, moving to Nashville from New Jersey, getting married, work ethic, learning to cut yourself some slack, and why everything is an experiment. REALLY cool guy, very warm convo: If you’d like to support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support Joe Pisapia is a singer, songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist who’s best known for his work as a member of Guster & k.d. lang and the Siss Boom Bang. He co-produced and co-wrote Guster’s 2006 release, Ganging Up On the Sun, an album that cracked Billboard’s Top 25 and was one of the best selling albums of the year. He did the same on the band’s 2010 Easy Wonderful. He produced and penned the title track for kd lang’s 2011 album, Sing It Loud, and was MD for the accompanying tour. As a producer and mixer, he’s worked on some of the finest indie rock and pop and Americana records to come out of Nashville in the last few years. Among his credits are: Ben Folds Five, The Hush Kids, Zac Clark and loads of others. Joe has just released his 3rd solo LP, Imbolc. It’s a beautiful record filled with well-written,melancholy songs. Subscribe https://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/subscribe/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EveryoneLovesGuitar/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/everyonelovesguitar/
"I do some of my best thinking when I'm on my long runs. Today, we've talked a lot about my recovery and my sobriety. Running is one of the greatest tools I've been given because any time I can go reset the mind. People in my life know that. They'll say, 'Dude, go for a run. Let's talk after.' Because it's such a release for me." Some of you might be familiar with Zac Clark since he won the most recent season of The Bachelorette and is currently engaged to Tayshia Adams. In this episode, you’ll learn a lot about Zac’s come-up in New Jersey and the many struggles along the way in his life that really spiraled after he underwent surgery to remove a brain tumor and got addicted to pain medication shortly thereafter. Drinking, drugs and partying took a toll on him and his relationship at the time. There’s a lot in his life story, which was shared a bit on national TV last fall. Zac went to rehab and got his life together and now serves as the co-founder of Release Recovery, which is a 501c3 non-profit dedicated to ensuring all who are ready and willing to seek professional treatment are able to. Release Recovery’s Foundation offers scholarships to bridge the gap between what people can afford and what they need to get the resources and help that they need. Trust me. Running comes into the picture and it’s one of Zac’s biggest passions. He’s run the New York City Marathon four times. He plans on running London and New York this fall. He’s been joining me and some friends for workouts the past couple of months. We’re working on getting him faster. In response, he says we need to commit to doing one hard effort with him a year so that’s how I got roped into attempting the David Goggins Challenge with him next week. That’s four miles every four hours for 48 hours for 48 miles total. A bunch of people did it at the beginning of March. We recorded this conversation at the beginning of the month and now we’re doing it April 9-11. Keep your eyes peeled on Zac’s social media pages as well as my own for updates on how we’re doing. I know it’s not gonna be easy but I’m ready to push my limits and hopefully raise some good money along the way. If you feel inspired by Zac’s story, we’re calling on you to see if you can find 48 bucks for the 48 miles we’re gonna run or maybe 4 dollars and 80 cents. Donate here: https://releaserecoveryfoundation.org/goggins-challenge/
Zac Clark recently appeared on ABC's The Bachelorette and got engaged to Tayshia Adams. There is much more to him than finding love on TV. Zac shares his personal story with addiction, his struggles with substance abuse and his inspiring road to sobriety. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Tayshia Adams was the best lead that "The Bachelorette" has had in years. Gibson Johns interviews the fan-favorite about making history as the first biracial lead ever and the importance of representation on the show, as well as some of the more important and serious conversations she was willing to have on camera during her season. They also chat about Tayshia's new life with fiancé Zac Clark in New York City, where she sees herself going with her career in the future, what her thoughts are on Bachelor Nation's race problem and the sweet messages she's received from fans since starring on "The Bachelorette."
Before Zac Clark was introduced to television viewers on The Bachelorette, he was considered the "life of the party" and willing to go to great lengths to achieve his “next high.” In his twenties, his addiction escalated to the point where his marriage crumbled and his friendships dissipated. His relationship with his parents was holding on by a thread. But they never gave up on him, and Zac found recovery. Ultimately, he won back his health and went on to win the heart of not only Tayshia Adams but also viewers across the country, all through his candor, compassion and commitment to a substance-free life. In the ninth episode of Heart of the Matter, listen in as Elizabeth Vargas and Zac revisit his journey, from faking illnesses to gain access to prescription medications to finding happiness in real life, making a career out of helping others with addiction, and even falling in love on reality TV.Related readingAfter you listen, explore these resources to learn more about the topics and themes discussed in this episode:How to Encourage Your Child to Get Help for Their Substance Use or AddictionPreparing for Life and Recovery Following TreatmentPersonalized Support for Parents and CaregiversEditor's Note: The views and opinions expressed on Heart of the Matter are those of the podcast participants and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Partnership to End Addiction. We are also mindful that some of the personal stories feature the word “addict” and other terms from this list. We respect and understand those who choose to use certain terms to express themselves. However, we strive to use language that's health-oriented, accurately reflects science, promotes evidence-based treatment and demonstrates respect and compassion.
It’s an extremely special week on The Gastroenteritis Blues, as Steve, Dan and Emily welcome special guest Zac Clark onto the podcast. You may know Zac from how he met his fiancee, Tayshia, on the most recent season of The Bachelorette on ABC. Zac is also the co-founder of Release Recovery and the Release Recovery Foundation. Above all, Zac is a giant Sixers and Philadelphia sports fan. Zac talks all about his lifelong fanhood, going to games at The Vet and The Linc, his favorite Sixers, and his current thoughts on the state of all 4 Philly sports teams. Finally, Zac fills us in on how he founded Release Recovery and how the foundation works. AFTERWARD: Dan, Emily and Steve get together to discuss the Sixers’ 2-1 week, listen to Dan play a new instrument and celebrate his birthday. Dan’s girlfriend, Andrea, also joins the pod briefly as a special guest. The hosts discuss Embiid’s injury scare, the bad Portland loss, and how the Sixers might stack up against a full-strength Brooklyn team. Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Maleficent star and mother of six Angelina Jolie gets candid about not being an untraditional mother, Michelle Pfeiffer explains why she never works with her spouse David E. Kelley and Bachelorette star Tayshia Adams joins the show to talk relocating to NY to be with fiance Zac Clark and weigh in on Clare Crowley & Dale Moss drama.
Tayshia picked Zac Clark on The Bachelorette but there’s much more to Zac than we saw on TV! Jana and Mike have a raw and intimate conversation about Zac’s recovery and how Tayshia plays a role in his sober life. Find out Tayshia’s honest reaction to Zac when he admits to the possibility of a relapse. Jana tells us why she didn’t leave while Mike was in recovery. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani were planning to get married at his ranch in Oklahoma surrounded by family and real close friends. Zac Clark is opening up about staying sober while appearing on The Bachelorette. Mariah Carey and Jennifer Lopez are both planning 2021 Christmas Special! Who is the Queen of Christmas? Rob is joined by his dear pal Garrett Vogel from Elvis Duran and the Morning Show with all the scoop. Don't forget to vote in today's poll on Twitter at @naughtynicerob or in our Facebook group. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Host Tayshia is joined by her new fiancé Zac Clark in an exclusive interview like no other. Natasha and Joe grill Tayshia and Zac on the most surprising things they’ve learned about each other since moving in together. Zac also discusses his sobriety and clears up those “champagne” toasts on the show. Plus, Tayshia and Zac share which Bachelor Nation couple they would choose to go with on a double date. Tayshia, Joe, and Natasha then reveal their top three picks for the franchise’s next Bachelor and Bachelorette before breaking down the “Click Bait” headlines of the week: ‘E! News’ Names Their Top Picks for the Next Bachelor and Bachelorette Meg Thee Stallion Shares Dating App Tips and Profile Red Flags Don’t forget to rate and subscribe so you never miss an episode. Thanks to our sponsor: Best Fiends: Download on the Apple App Store or Google Play
Tee and Bee discuss the ending of the bachelorette, from the final three men, trouble starters on the show and now to her fiancé Zac Clark, was there a better match for Tayshia? or is she finally getting her happily ever after? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/harlights/support
We have a special guest this week! It’s Abi from Portal 8 Podcast! Megan bases her story on Tayshia’s brand new fiancee, Zac Clark! Zac is originally from Haddonfield, New Jersey, and Megan found a story of an attempted murder for hire plot that sounds like creepypasta come to life. John Michael Musbach went on the dark web and tried to hire a hitman to kill a 13 year old! (Content warning: child victim, mention of child pornography) (Story starts at 5:26). Abi also bases her true crime / paranormal story on Zac Clark! Abi discusses the Amityville house and murders of Ronald DeFeo Sr., his wife Louise, and their children Dawn, Allison, Marc, and John in Amityville, New York. This family annihilator story became the center of movies and books for decades. (Story starts at 39:30). Promo: Portal 8 Podcast You can find Abi on Instagram @portalpodcast or on Twitter @portal8podcast! Join us on Patreon for bonus Bachelor and True Crime content starting at just $1! Crime and Roses Patreon Connect with us at linktr.ee/CrimeandRoses There you can see links to listen and share the podcast and connect with us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Email: CrimeandRoses@gmail.com. Send us crime suggestions and any questions or comments you may have. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crimeandroses/support
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Happy birthday Emily Anderson! The Gastro trio rings in Emily's big day by talking immediately after watching the Sixers get blown out by the Cavaliers without Joel Embiid. This week, they're joined by The Rights to Ricky Sanchez and Billboard's Andrew Unterberger. Emily, Dan, Steve and AU discuss the Sixers' first three games of this young season. Which Sixers have pleasantly and unpleasantly surprised? What would they do with Matisse Thybulle or Tobias Harris? Did the week at all affect our hosts' feelings on James Harden? Finally, Steve, Dan and Emily pepper AU with their favorite musical artists in hopes of his approval, send a heartfelt congratulations to Zac Clark, and predict the week ahead for the Sixers. Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We have come to the end of Tayshia's journey to find love. Brendan, Zac and Ivan remain for Fantasy Suite week! Who will emerge to meet the Family and ultimately, propose to Tayshia? How bumpy is the last bit of road that Tayshia has to travel? Will there be any last minute surprises? Find out here as Mark and Renee close this season out with a mega pod!
That's a wrap on one of the strangest and most memorable season of The Bachelorette, and Tayshia has made her decision to take the Ring from Zac Clark.We break down what went wrong and what went right in the final dates leading into the fantasy suites (or Fantasy trailers) and look ahead to the future of the franchise and how the runners up like Ben and Ivan fit into it. Shoot us an email or voice memo with your thoughts on next weeks episode firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll read em in our mail bag segment!Help support the show by becoming a Patron on our newly launched Patreon page and receive bonus episodes every week and much more!! patreon.com/thebachelorzoneRate, Review, Subscribe on iTunesFollow us on Instagram, Twitter at @bachelorzonepodTheme song and drops by Daniel AngaritaAnd check out some sweet Bachelor zone merchandise at: TeePublic.comSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=9J9V5TLKG5VFE&source=url)
It's down to it people. This is the end. Will it be Army veteran Ben Smith who has more lives than Keith Richards or recovery mogul Zac Clark? Angel and Stef break down the lack of Fantasy Suite magic and take you all the way through the finale. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Newly engaged couple Tayshia Adams and Zac Clark join host Sarah Hearon to talk about the biggest moments from the season 16 finale of The Bachelorette. Find out why Tayshia really sent Ivan home, if she regrets bringing Ben back and where Zac stands with Tayshia's dad now. Plus, hear about the couple's future plans and why Zac spoke about his addiction issues on the series. Us staffers Nick Hautman and Kelly Laske also join Sarah to talk about the season overall and react to the breaking news of Carly and Evan's divorce ... and why we saw it coming.
And the winner is *drum roll* Zac Clark As predicted "by us" Zac Clark stole her heart. But the biggest contraulations goes to the Adam's Family for being cool as cucumbers after meeting her men in 120° heat with the AC turned off for a better audio experience for the viewers at home. You really are willing to do anything for your daughter and look great doing it! BUT where is our After The Final Rose? The last 5 minutes of the episode did not have to be dedicated to a Matt James promo when we could've had a look into Tay & Z's current life set up.
In their podcast exclusive, newly engaged Bachelorette Tayshia Adams and Zac Clark talk about their fairy-tale ending, when they each knew the other was “the one,” and what their plans are now. Find out where the couple plans to live now that the show is over and when Tayshia might get those “five babies.” Don’t forget to rate and subscribe so you never miss an episode. Thanks to our sponsor: Noom: Noom.com/bhh
Loren is joined by Flat Tummy Teana from your fave blog, Here for the Right Riesling! This week we have bachelor nation news coming out of our EARS! Lots of tea to spill, some of it is piping hot! The recap of tonight's episode of course is a rollercoaster of emotions, drama, tears, and tantrums. Join us as we dissect the men tell all! Tune into episode 45 where I am joined by Liv & Bix from ITM with Liv and Bix, where we will deep dive into contestant Zac Clark’s past! Support the show (https://linktr.ee/thebasicbitchpodcast)
Zac Clark sees the world through a lens that illuminates all the colors that so many of us often miss. Him, Allen and Julian all met on a tour back in 2012, when he was playing keys for Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness. They had an undeniable chemistry that was never lost thereafter. Nowadays, Zac is living an increasingly untethered life - after leaving his longtime band and spending nearly all of 2020 locked away at home alone in Nashville making new music, he shaved his signature ancient sorcerer hair & beard, sold his house and moved into his van. Fortunately for us, the timing aligned perfectly for him to head out our way and share his epic talents with us. Do yourself a favor and go to http://trashmagicgiftshop.com to support this brilliant man. Zac will be starring in The Allen Stone Holiday Concert and Movie. You should go get your tickets now at www.allenstone.com.For more content, exclusive opportunities and ways to join our little family, check out: www.patreon.com/liveatthelodgeFollow us: http://www.instagram.com/howgoodsthis_podcasthttp://www.instagram.com/iamzacclarkhttp://www.instagram.com/juliangavilaneshttp://www.instagram.com/allenstonehttp://www.instagram.com/mynameisnotsteve See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week, my guest is Nashville based drummer and drum tech, Mike Poorman. I'm very excited to have Mike on the show, as I have been a fan of his band, Hot Rod Circuit, for a very long time. Currently, Mike mostly tours as drum tech for Billie Eilish, Andrew McMahon, Thrice, and Zac Clark. He's also a food and tiki fanatic, so we'll be getting into some of Mike's favorite restaurants to visit on tour as well as his favorite tiki bars. He was an absolute pleasure to talk with and I think we could have gone on about tiki bars for at least another hour. He knows his shit! Thanks for listening and enjoy my conversation with Mike! You can find Mike on Instagram at @mikepoorman You can find us on Instagram at @food.ontour If you have any questions, comments or, most importantly, food recommendations, you can send those to email@example.com Full list of restaurants mentioned on this episode is at foodontourpod.com
Zac Clark is a modern day Troubadour. Crossing the country regularly on long solo drives searching for song ideas, Zac always feels at home while never quite being settled in a single place. Zac says he “dances through” these various communities and writes songs to remind people of the good they have in these places. Zac also talks about the incredibly generous music community he’s a part of, which includes Andrew McMahon of Jack’s Mannequin and In the Wilderness and Allen Stone, who both encouraged him to branch out and grow as a solo artist. During the show, Zac performs three songs live from the Joy Sounds studio: “Little Sparrow,” “Simple Touch,” and “Mountains.” Follow Zac @iamzacclark
Zac Clark is a singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist based in Nashville. After seven years traveling the world as a member of Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, Zac is leaving the band and heading out on his own with new music on the way. While co-writing on each Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness record, Zac released two solo records, 2015's "I Am a Guest" and 2012's "Young Volcanoes." His self-titled album was released last year.We recently sat down in LA and talked books, music, rock bottoms, and a whole lot more.This episode was audio produced by Aaron Moring. Theme music is by Ilan Isakov.Podcast Website here.
Zac Clark from Release Sober Living in NY stops by the show to talk about his motivation for helping others and running the NYC Marathon If you or someone you know needs help PLEASE e-mail us at StructuredSoberLiving@gmail.com Be sure to follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and check out our website.
Feel free to cry! Local hero, Zac Clark, comes into the studio to be awarded the Jimmy Jam Medal of Magnificence! He saved a man's life, so naturally, the gang would award him with several prized including a... uhh... Bon Jovi cassette tape?
Clear Fork's Zac Clark found himself in an extraordinary situation and the sophomore summoned extraordinary strength to lift a car off a neighbor who had become pinned underneath the vehicle. Hear the story in his words.
Dave and Jimmy talk with hometown hero, Zac Clark of Bellville, OH! Zac shares his story about lifting a car off of his neighbor who was pinned beneath. The gang then offer him the most highest of honors for his heroism! Is it worth missing Spanish class?
Join Chip Souza, Rick Fires and Paul Boyd in the latest episode of The Shop. The crew will talk with Springdale head coach Zac Clark, former Greenwood athlete Jay Burgess and Rogers coach Mike Loyd and preview some of the upcoming games.
Zac Clark, is an American singer songwriter. He has been putting out solo albums since 2006, and he also plays keys for Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness. I chatted with Zac about how he caught the music bug, developing as a songwriter, what led to him joining Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, and we also chatted about Zac's new "Self Titled" record, which is dropping on August 31st, 2018. Track Listing: Love You Later Simple Touch Mountains To keep up with Zac Clark and the Dan Cable Presents Podcast please check out the links below. https://www.meetmewhenthemoongetsfull.com www.dancablepresents.com Instagram: @iamzacclark @dancablepresents Rate, review, and subscribe on iTunes to help support the podcast in a free way. Much love! It's a progrum!
Zac Clark (http://iamzacclark.com) is a solo artist and member of Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness. This conversation's an unreleased episode from the Not Famous Podcast, recorded on July 18, 2017. http://www.jeremyalanhatcher.com http://www.trevorlarkin.com/podcast/ for all the Not Famous episodes. http://www.trevorlarkin.com/tltl/
This week's episode of Sauce On The Side has the return of the Johnson City Cardinals (Rookie League affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals) GM Zac Clark. Then the Saucy Boys get festive for this week's dart game: Battle of the Christmas carols. Plus, all the sports alk you Dippers have come to know and love. Thanks for listening!
The Saucers have a jam packed episode for you Dippers this week. They cover the latest NBA news, they have their annual "Baseball Bash", Zac Clark - Front Office Member of the Colorado Rockies' Single-A Affiliate - is on for an interview, NFL week 3 recap and expert fantasy advice. Thanks for listening!
Andrew McMahon is an acclaimed singer/songwriter. After tremendous success with pop-punk darling Something Corporate and piano-rock mainstay Jack's Mannequin, he now fronts and tours the world with Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness. Andrew, Trevor, Jeremy and Zac Clark reminisce about past tours, discuss how to maintain a multi-decade career and extol the magic of certain mushrooms.