S3E17 Kollaps (w/ Blixa Bargeld)

This year marks the fortieth anniversary of the release of Einstürzende Neubauten‘s first official LP Kollaps. To celebrate, we are joined by none other than Blixa Bargeld. Blixa talks about the making of Kollaps, as well as some of his major influences. Einstürzende Neubauten (“Collapsing New Buildings”) is a German experimental music group, originally formed in West Berlin in 1980. The … More S3E17 Kollaps (w/ Blixa Bargeld)

S2E14 Dope Humor of the Seventies (w/ David Ossman)

Called “The Beatles of Comedy” by The Library of Congress, the four-man Firesign Theatre wrote and performed together for over forty years, but their early studio work (1968-1975) for Columbia Records remains their best known and most influential. Innumerable phrases from their albums have entered the English lexicon: What’s all this brouhaha? More Sugar! What you … More S2E14 Dope Humor of the Seventies (w/ David Ossman)

S2E10 Trouble of This World ( w/ Michael Bodner)

Uncle Sinner is Winnipeg-based multi-instrumentalist and singer Michael Bodner, who adapts traditional American music to suit his purposes.  The sound has variously been called gothic Americana, death country, dark folk blues or some combination thereof.  The music embraces the overlap between country and blues, sacred and secular. Uncle Sinner’s music has spread largely by word of mouth, with … More S2E10 Trouble of This World ( w/ Michael Bodner)

S2FF3 Peter Wingsoe

For our second outing this season in the Famous Folks series, we had the pleasure of speaking with Peter Wingsoe. Renowned as one of the first leaders of the micro-endorsement platform, CEO Peter Wingsoe is an innovator turned serial entrepreneur and veteran of start-ups with over 20 years of experience in retail management, marketing, strategic advisory and … More S2FF3 Peter Wingsoe

S2FF2 Webb Wilder

Last of the full grown men, Webb Wilder joins us for our latest “Famous Folks” episode. Mississippi born, Webb is a rock & roll musician, singer and actor. He has released twelve studio albums, with his latest Night Without Love just recently released. We caught up with Webb to discuss his favorite album, and the … More S2FF2 Webb Wilder

S1FF12 Freedy Johnston

Twelve episodes into our Famous Folk talking about their favorite albums, and we finally get to talk to a musician! Singer-songwriter Freddy Johnston joins us to talk about his favorite album, Van Morrison‘s 1977 release A Period of Transition. Freedy originally hails from Kinsley, Kansas and has been recording since 1990 when he released his … More S1FF12 Freedy Johnston

S1FF11 Larry Hankin

You may remember him as Mr. Heckles. Or Tom Pepper. Perhaps as Officer Balzak. Or more recently as Old Joe. Or maybe as Charlie Butts. However you remember him, you surely remember him. Veteran actor Larry Hankin joins us for our latest episode. Larry is a writer, performer, producer, director, and Oscar nominee. He’s one … More S1FF11 Larry Hankin

S1FF8 Reid Ewing

Modern Family may have come to an end, but that doesn’t mean we’ve heard the last of Dylan Marshall! Actor Reid Ewing, best known for portraying Dylan, joins us for our eighth Famous Folks episode! Reid shares with us his passion for the strange, enigmatic world of iDOLM@STER: Million Live! The Idolmaster Million Live is … More S1FF8 Reid Ewing

S1FF6 Zach Avery

For our sixth entry in the Famous Folks series, actor Zach Avery joins us to talk about his favorite album, Eminem’s The Eminem Show. Gaining momentum over the last few years with his notable plot twisting roles, Zach Avery is taking his career to the next level with the recent release of Liongate’s Hitchcockian thriller … More S1FF6 Zach Avery

S1FF5 Colin Mochrie

How do you follow up an interview with Greg Proops? You interview fellow Whose Line Is It? star, Canada’s own Colin Mochrie, of course! Best known for appearances on both the British and US versions of Whose Line Is It Anyway?, Colin is also an actor, writer and producer. He has received multiple awards, including … More S1FF5 Colin Mochrie

S1FF4 Greg Proops

The Smartest Man in the World, Greg Proops, joins us for our third episode of Famous Folks. Greg is best known for his energetic appearances on Whose Line Is It Anyway? In addition, Greg is a prolific actor, stand up comedian, voice over artist, as well as a television and podcast host. We discuss with … More S1FF4 Greg Proops

S1FF3 David Ury

Continuing our Breaking Bad theme, for this epsiode we are joined by David Ury, best known for his role as Spooge, the meth head crushed by an ATM. In addition to his memorable turn on Breaking Bad, David is a talented actor, stand up comedian, YouTuber, and Japanese language translation specialist. David shares with us … More S1FF3 David Ury

S1FF2 Charles Baker

Joining us on our second episode of “Famous Folks” is Charles Baker, perhaps best known as Skinny Pete on AMC’s Breaking Bad. Besides being a talented actor and accomplished musician, Charlie is a hell of a cool guy. The album Charlie shares with us is XTC’s 1986 release Skylarking. This was their ninth studio album, … More S1FF2 Charles Baker

S1FF1 RJ Mitte

For our first episode of “Famous Folks,” we had the pleasure of talking with RJ Mitte. RJ is best known for his role as Walt Jr. on AMC’s Breaking Bad. In addition to being a talented actor, RJ is the celebrity ambassador for United Cerebral Palsy. The album RJ shared with us was God Loves … More S1FF1 RJ Mitte

S1E16 Frank & Clyde Play the Music You’ve Asked For (w/ Homer Flynn)

“The biggest little band in the land!” We’re pretty excited about this episode. Rather than discussing one of our favorite esoteric albums, we have a guest who shares his! Homer Flynn, president of the Cryptic Corporation and manager of The Residents, joins us to discuss life during the pandemic, what The Residents have been up … More S1E16 Frank & Clyde Play the Music You’ve Asked For (w/ Homer Flynn)