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Good Questions...with Cameron Dole

Good Questions...with Cameron Dole

By Cameron Dole
I started this podcast to share a few of my radio interviews with friends, family, and listeners. The show has grown and expanded with more guests, especially authors and musical artists. I look forward to the new guests and friendships made - as we share some amazing groups, individuals, and even some legends of the crafts!

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S2E63 - AJ Francis, Yasha Jackson, Governor Scott Walker, and Raleigh Keegan
In this episode, we visit with former Miami Dolphin and current member of WWE AJ Francis. He shares about the upcoming series "WWE’s Most Wanted Treasures" - which premieres Sunday (4/18/21) on A&E. Actress Yasha Jackson talks about the new movie "Killer Among Us" - which is available now. Governor Scott Walker shares about his work with Young America's Foundation. Country singer and songwriter Raleigh Keegan shares his latest on music, upcoming album, and much more. Find full episodes, merch and more at
April 16, 2021
S2E62 - Dianne Grossman, George Sear, Dionne Warwick, Doc Severinsen, and Jeffrey S. Stephens
In this episode, I visit with Dianne Grossman about the tragic story of her family that's depicted in the documentary "Mallory" - which is available now. Actor George Sear ("Love, Victor") shares with us about his pandemic inspirations, and the new film "REEFA" - which will be available on demand tomorrow(4/16/21). Legendary singer Dionne Warwick shares about her Mother's Day livestream celebration hosted by Mandolin platform. Tickets available at She also shares about one of her new, surprising collaboration partners! Bandleader on "The Tonight Show" for many years, and trumpet virtuoso Doc Severinsen talks about the documentary PBS American Masters – Never Too Late: The Doc Severinsen Story vailable at Political analyst/columnist/author Jeffrey S. Stephens drops by to tell us about his new book "Fool's Errand" which is available now. We also talk about the possible light at the end of the coronavirus tunnel. Find more at
April 15, 2021
S2E61 - Meathead Goldwyn
In this episode, we share our monthly visit with grill scientist, wine expert, and good friend of the show Meathead Goldwyn. As we delve into Spring, Meathead gives a few grilling ideas we can pull from our garden. He also talks about some stir fry recipes that could use grilling techniques. Full episodes, merch, and more available at You can leave a virtual tip at
April 14, 2021
S2E60 - Dr. Kevin Khalili, Danica McKellar, Mark Long, and Margaret Josephs
In this episode, we visit with Dr. Kevin Khalili and discuss some of the key points in his new book "Preserve Your Curves". Actress/producer/mathematician Danica McKellar talks about the third installment of her mystery franchise, “MatchMaker Mysteries: The Art of the Kill”. It premieres Sunday, April 18, 8 PM ET/PT on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. Contestant and Executive Producer Mark Long shares about MTV CHALLENGE ALL-STARS - which is now available on Paramount+. Real Housewives of New Jersey's Margaret Josephs calls in to share about her memoir "Caviar Dream, Tuna Fish Budget". If you'd like to help support the podcast, you can leave a "tip" at
April 13, 2021
S2E59 - Zania Alake, Keegan Ferrell, Emma Caroline, Dr. John Torres, and Barry Pepper
In this episode, we talk with three different contestants from this season of "The Voice" - which airs Monday and Tuesday nights on NBC. Zania Alake from Team Legend, Keegan Ferrell from Team Nick, and Emma Caroline from Team Blake talk about what this season has meant to them. NBC Senior Medical Correspondent Dr. John Torres shares with us about his new book "DR. DISASTER'S GUIDE TO SURVIVING EVERYTHING: Essential Advice for Any Situation Life Throws Your Way" - which is available tomorrow (4/13/21). Canadian actor Barry Pepper talks about his new movie "Trigger Point" and also shares about what home renovations he's worked on during the pandemic.
April 12, 2021
S2E58 - Johnny Bananas, Anthony Alabi, Michael Paré, and Dianña
In this episode, we visit with Johnny "Bananas" Devenanzio. We talk about his new show "Celebrity Sleepover" which airs Saturday nights after SNL on most NBC affiliates. Former TCU Horned Frogs, Miami Dolphins, and Kansas city Chiefs offensive lineman-turned-actor Anthony Alabi talks about the Netflix series "Family Reunion". The show released Part 3 on April 5. Actor Michael Paré tells us about his new movie "Hollow Point" - available in theaters and on digital now. Latin country singer Dianña tells us about her musical background, her latest single "Calm Down Karen", and even plays a couple songs for us.
April 9, 2021
S2E57 - Dr. Randall Bell, Richard Thompson, Ken Burns, and Brandon Alan
In this episode, we hear from Dr. Randall Bell about his new book "Post-Traumatic Thriving: The Art, Science, & Stories of Resilience". Dr. Bell talks about how his research and writing began well before the pandemic, but blended hand-in-hand with his line of writing.  Songwriter and guitarist Richard Thompson visits about his memoir "BEESWING: Losing My Way and Finding My Voice 1967-1975". He shares the differences in putting memories down in book form as opposed to the songwriting process. He also talks about the difficulties in every aspect of the creative process. Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns tells his creative inspiration behind "Hemingway" - which is available to stream for free on Ken also shares about the importance of voice and music in the documentary process. Voice credits in "Hemingway" include Jeff Daniels, Meryl Streep, Mary Louise Parker, Keri Russell, and Patricia Clarkson. Singer, songwriter, guitar picker extraordinaire, and all-around good guy Brandon Alan calls in to talk about his latest music news. We share about his new instrumental rendition of the Willie Nelson classic "On The Road Again" - available soon. Brandon also talks about his latest musical inspiration, and how taking on the producer role in his current project has been a blessing. Find more about his music, tour dates, social handles and more at
April 8, 2021
S2E56 - Tamala Jones and Don McLean
In this episode, I visit with actress Tamala Jones about the new series "Rebel" - which premieres Thursday (4/8) at 10 ET/9 CT on ABC. We also talk about what surprise talent she's been honing during the pandemic times. American music legend Don McLean pays us another visit, as we talk more about the 50th Anniversary of the classic tune "American Pie". 2021 will be a year full of Don's music being featured on the stage, and on screens everywhere. We'll even discuss the CBS documentary that is curently n the works. To help support this indie podcast, please visit or visit the merch shop at
April 6, 2021
S2E55 - Gean Garcia, Emilio Rivera, Pia Renee, Joe and Daniella Pantoliano, Dana Monique, and Cooper Alan
In this episode, I visit with 3 contestants from this season of "The Voice" - Gean Garcia and Pia Renee of Team Legend, and Dana Monique of Team Nick. Emilio Rivera talks about the upcoming episodes of Mayans M.C. - which airs Tuesdays at 10 ET/9 CT and the following day on FX on Hulu. Joe and Daniella Pantoliano share about the documentary behind their new podcast, and the feedback they've received. Tik tok senation/country singer/friend of the show Cooper Alan stops by to talk about his latest singles, and even plays his current single "Too Soon".
April 5, 2021
S2E54 - Kim and Penn Holderness, Paget Brewster, Elle Marr, Charlie Ward, Jason Peterson, and Scott Sean White
In this episode, I visit with viral sensations Kim and Penn Holderness about their debit book “Everybody Fights: Why Not Get Better at It?” Actress and voice actress Paget Brewster talks about her new animated series "Birdgirl", which premieres Sunday night on Adult Swim. Author Elle Marr visited with me on release day (4/1) abut her new book "Lies We Bury" Former Heisman Trophy winner, NBA veteran and podcaster Charlie Ward visits about the upcoming Final Four plus his BLEAV in the ACC podcast on the BLEAV Podcast Network. Thought leader and innovator Jason Peterson talks about remonetizing the music industry, and best social media practices for aspiring musicians. Singer songwriter Scott Sean White talks about his upcoming debut album "Call It Even" which releases on April 23.
April 2, 2021
S2E53 - Craig Plestis, Michael Cudlitz, Matt Kunitz, Ann Skelly, and Mira Sorvino
In this episode, I speak with "The Masked Singer" executive director Craig Plestis. We talk about the immense popularity, plus some surprises to come! Actor Michael Cudlitz visits about the upcoming episodes of "Clarice" - which airs Thursdays on CBS. Executive producer Matt Kunitz talks about the new "Wipeout" which premieres Thursday (4/1) on TBS. Actress Ann Skelly shares about her projects - upcoming HBO series The Nevers and co-starring in the film "Rose Plays Julie". Actress Mira Sorvino talks about the movie "The Girl Who Believes In Miracles" - which releases Friday (4/2) everywhere.
March 31, 2021
S2E52 - Dr. Jennifer Ashton, Frankie Justin, Jared Diamond, Jeannie Seely, and Nashvillains
In this episode, I visit with Good Morning America's Dr. Jennifer Ashton about her new book "The New Normal". We talk about the last year, and how we move forward from here - both physically and mentally. Country singer Frankie Justin talks about his new single, and his upcoming events. We also visit about what he learned most in 2020 to carry into 2021 and beyond. Find out more at Wall Street Journal sportswriter/author Jared Diamond talks about his book "Swing Kings". We talk about how the home run has changed the game, and how the upcoming season might look. Country legend Jeannie Seely called in to talk about her latest album, current single, and first Bluegrass songwriting #1. Find her latest music and more at New country rockers Nashvillains talk about their single "Tumbling Down". Find out more at
March 30, 2021
S2E51 - Ruta Lee, Peter Coyote, and Vanessa O'Brien
In this episode, I visit with the iconic Ruta Lee about her new memoir, and we even talk about her friendship with the late Alex Trebeck. Actor and voice actor Peter Coyote talks about the movie "The Girl Who Believed In Miracles" - which will be available Friday (4/2/21). Explorer Vanessa O'Brien talks about how she first got into exploration, and her new book "To The Greatest Heights" - which is available tomorrow (3/30/21). For complete episode lineup, merch and more - visit
March 29, 2021
S2E50 - Danny Zelisko, Adam Rupp of Home Free, Jo Koy, and Lockeland
In this episode, I visit with noted concert promoter Danny Zelisko about his new book "ALL EXCE$$ Occupation: Concert Promoter". Adam Rupp from Home Free Vocal Band talks about a couple of their special collaborations. We talk about "Elvira" celebrating it's 40th Anniversary with the Oak Ridge Boys. We also talk about their latest version of "American Pie" with Don McLean. Comedian Jo Koy stop by to talk about his book "Mixed Plate: Chronicles of an All-American Combo". We also talk about the possible change in landscape for standup comedy. Country trio Lockeland talks about the last 12 months, and their upcoming release "Blackberry Whiskey".
March 26, 2021
S2E49 - Booboo Stewart, Brandon Lang, Noel Paul Stookey, and Tom Papa
In this episode, I visit with actor Booboo Stewart about the series "Paradise City" which premieres today on Amazon Prime. Brandon Lang, host of the Sports Betting Podcast on BLEAV Podcast Network talks about the upcoming March Madness this weekend. Legendary singer-songwriter Noel Paul Stookey (Peter, Paul and Mary) shares about the heart behind his latest album "Just Causes". Comedian Tom Papa talks about his special livestream event going on this Saturday via Rushtix.
March 25, 2021
S2E48 - Emily Miller, Becky Priest, and Darlinghurst
In this episode, I visit with singer-songwriter Emily Miller about her career and evolving sound. Her single "Take The Trash Out" will be available everywhere this Friday (3/26/21). Pianist, vocalist, and producer Becky Priest visits about The Nashville Keys and the new release "Country Love Songs". Australian country group Darlinghurst talks about their latest single "Gotta Go Rodeo". We also discuss the country music scene in Australia, and their goals coming out of the pandemic.
March 24, 2021
S2E47 - Tony Orlando, Katrina Weidman, Shep Rose, H. Jack Williams, and Brett Kissel
In this episode, I visit with legendary singer, songwriter, and entertainer Tony Orlando. We talk about the new album release from Time Life Records, his Saturday night radio show, and his podcast. Paranormal expert Katrina Weidman talks about the new season of "Portals To Hell" which is available now on Discovery+. Shep Rose, star of Bravo's "Southern Charm" visits about his book "AVERAGE EXPECTATIONS: Lessons in Lowering the Bar". Singer and songwriter H. Jack Williams shares about his immense backstory, and even talks about his latest music even getting featured on "Yellowstone" with Kevin Costner. Canadian country artist Brett Kissel talks about his latest single "Make A Life, Not A Living" and the upcoming album "What Is Life?" which will be available April 9.
March 23, 2021
S2E46 - Kel Mitchell, Bradley Constant, James Fauntleroy, Adrian Smith, and Tom Englund
In this episode, I visit with Kel Mitchell about the new season of "Deliciousness" - which premieres tonight on MTV. Find out more at Actor Bradley Constant talks about the new show "Young Rock" - where he portrays a 15-year-old Dwayne Johnson. For more information on the series, visit their website Grammy winning songwriter and producer James Fauntleroy shares about his latest project "1500 Sound Academy". Find out more at Iron Maiden's Adrian Smith talks about his new collaborative album with Richie Kotzen called "Smith/Kotzen". Find complete information on tracks, videos and more at Swedish rocker Tom Englund of Evergrey talks about their latest album "Escape Of The Phoenix". We also talk about the group's origins and influences. For complete band info, please visit Full merch is available at Leave a "coffee" (tip) at
March 22, 2021
S2E45 - Brandon Lang, Eric Balfour, Marlon Hargis, Leonardo Nam, and Jake Crain
In this episode, we talk March Madness with Brandon Lang - host of the Sports Betting Podcast on BLEAV Networks. Actor and musician Eric Balfour talks about his new project "Country Comfort" which releases on Netflix tomorrow. Keyboard player/vocalist from Exile Marlon Hargis shares some exciting early news about releases that will be announced tomorrow. Actor Leonardo Nam calls in to talk about the new movie "Phobias" which if available tomorrow. We talk about the filming, and how timely it's message is. Podcaster Jake Crain from the JBoy Show on the BLEAV Podcast Network talks more March Madness, plus how to win with your bracket.
March 18, 2021
S2E44 - The Ashley Sisters and Scott Hamilton Harris
In this episode, I visit with Canadian country duo The Ashley Sisters and innovator, designer and builder Scott Hamilton Harris.  The Ashley Sisters talk about their sound, the inspiration behind the songwriting, the challenges faced, and goals for 2021. Find all their socials, music and more at Scott Hamilton Harris talks about our homes. Have we truly moved forward as we are led to believe? More about his works can be found at Complete episodes, merch, and more at
March 17, 2021
S2E43 - Richard Bienstock, Steven Weber, and Dave McElroy
In this episode, I visit with writer Richard Bienstock about the new book "Nöthin' But a Good Time: The Uncensored History of the '80s Hard Rock Explosion". Actor Steven Weber talks about his new recurring role on "Chicago Med". Country singer/songwriter Dave McElroy shares some exciting news about an upcoming TV series, plus all his latest happenings.
March 16, 2021
S2E42 - Kevin Makely and Bucky Covington
In this episode, I visit with actor Kevin Makely - who plays "Macho Man" Randy Savage on "Young Rock" which air Tuesdays 8 ET/7 CT on NBC. We talk about the challenges playing such a physical role, of a character so many recognize. To round out the episode, I share an archived visit with country artist Bucky Covington. We talk about CMA Fest, the Nashville heat, American Idol, independent music, and much more. If you'd like to help support this podcast, please visit
March 15, 2021
S2E41 - Vance Johnson, John Schneider, and Chris Lowell
In this episode, I talk with former Denver Broncos WR and current Interventionist Vance Johnson. He shares about how his life's journey has led him to a place of helping others, and the upcoming season of "Intervention" which premieres Monday on A&E. Country singer, actor, and producer John Schneider visits about the movie "One Month Away" which is available today. We also talk about several of his other upcoming works. Chris Lowell visits about the award-winning movie "Promising Young Woman" - which will be available Tuesday(3/16). For merch and more, please visit Leave a "coffee" (tip) at
March 12, 2021
S2E40 - Michael Heller, Brent Howard, J. Thorn, and Dennis Scott
In this episode, I visit with author Michael Heller about his latest book "MINE!: How the Hidden Rules of Ownership Control Our Lives" - which is available now. Oklahoma State Senator Brent Howard talks about the new session and the key points of debate currently. Author/writing coach/musician/podcaster J. Thorn talks about his writing, coaching, and podcasting works, and the key to being productive daily. Grammy-winning producer Dennis Scott visits about his latest work "Thanks You, Mister Rogers" and the special livestream coinciding with Mister Rogers' birthday on March 20. Complete episode list, contact info and merch available at
March 11, 2021
S2E39 - Collin Hughes, Neil Mandt, Chavo Guerrero Jr, and Reagan J. Pasternak
In this episode, I visit with voice actor Collin Hughes about his current and upcoming projects. We also discuss his previous professions, including some great bits about his rodeo days. Entrepreneur Neil Mandt has a new true crime app called CrimeDoor - we talk about the inspiration and release of new scenes. WWE Superstar Chavo Guerrero, Jr talks about his role on "Young Rock" (Tuesdays/NBC) and what he learned during the pandemic. Actress and author Reagan J. Pasternak chats about her book "Griffin's Heart" which is available now.
March 10, 2021
S2E38 - William Sadler, Andrew Beam, Elke Scholz, and Landon Heights
In this episode, I visit with veteran actor William Sadler about his latest movie "Alice Fades Away" which is available now. North Carolina's Andrew Beam talks about his new music and upcoming album release. Author Elke Scholz visits about her book "Anxiety Warrior" and how timely its message is. Texas country artist Landon Heights shares his debut single "Lead Me On" as well as the challenges of goal setting in 2021.
March 9, 2021
S2E37 - April N. Smith, Eric Lee, Chris Roberts, and Meathead Goldwyn
In this episode, I visit with Texas artist and teacher April N. Smith about her latest single "One Two Step Away". Country artist Eric Lee visits about his latest single and plays a couple for us too. Texas artist Chris Roberts talks about the challenges of 2020, plus latest single "Get Down". Meathead Goldwyn shares the latest about wood pellet grills, plus some great ideas before starting the grill up the first time.
March 8, 2021
S2E36 - Lou Ferrigno, Jr., Clay Page, Colman Domingo, Omid Scobie, and Aaron Goodvin
In this episode, I visit with actor Lou Ferrigno, Jr about the movie "Dreamcatcher" which is available today in theaters, on demand, and on digital. Former American Idol contestant Clay Page shares about the past year, and the new music he's releasing. Actor Colman Domingo comes back on to talk about "Fear The Walking Dead", plus his other projects. Royals expert Omid Scobie talks with me about the upcoming Oprah special with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Canadian country singer-songwriter Aaron Goodvin called in to talk about his latest release "Lonely Drum", and talks about his upcoming show at JD's Hideaway in Altus, OK.
March 5, 2021
S2E35 - Zachary Gordon, Hayden Haddock, Seeb Levermann, and Dylan Jakobsen
In this episode, I visit with actor Zachary Gordon ("Diary Of A Wimpy Kid" franchise) about the new movie "Dreamcatcher" which is available this Friday. Texas country artist Hayden Haddock stops by to talk about his new single "Honky Tonk On". German rocker Seeb Levermann of Orden Ogan talks about their upcoming new album "Final Days". Country singer-songwriter Dylan Jakobsen talks about his latest single release "Don't Ya Think" and even plays a song for us too.
March 4, 2021
S2E34 - George Chakiris, Marcy Grace, Hayley Orrantia, and Dew Pendleton
In this episode, the legendary actor George Chakiris talks about new book "My West Side Story:A Memoir". Texas country artist Marcy Grace talks about her new single "Empty Hearted" and plays a song for us too. Actress and singer Hayley Orrantia talks about the upcoming episodes of "The Goldberg's" which continues on ABC. New country artist Dew Pendleton talks about his debut single, and even plays a couple song for us.
March 3, 2021
S2E33 - Bassem Youssef, Tommy Davidson, Bonnie Tyler, and Jack Tidwell
In this episode, I visit with Bassem Youssef about his new children’s book "The Magical Reality of Nadia". Comedian and actor Tommy Davidson talks about ABC News series "Soul Of A Nation" which premieres tonight. The legendary Bonnie Tyler visits about her new album "The Best Is Yet To Come". Country artist Jack Tidwell talks about his journey in music, and his solo debut single "I Am An Outlaw".  Full merch is available at
March 2, 2021
S2E32 - Charlotte Bismuth and Jennifer Lahmers
In this episode, I visit with former New York City prosecutor Charlotte Bismuth about her book "BAD MEDICINE: Catching New York’s Deadliest Pill Pusher". Extra's Jennifer Lahmers also visits about this year's Golden Globe Awards, as well as how different things looked this time around. Many have checked out the new merch site. Feel free to share the link with your friends.
March 1, 2021
S2E31 - Robert Williams, Ted McFall, and Jenn Bostic
In this episode, I visit with podcaster Robert Williams, who is part of the "UNASS Midwatch" podcast. We also visit with beekeeper Ted McFall about the documentary "Attack Of The Murder Hornets" available now on Discovery+. Singer-songwriter Jenn Bostic shares a visit about the single "Jealous Of The Angels", songwriting in the midst of a pandemic, and the difference in country music fans abroad. Merch is now available, with some great grand opening specials. Visit for more information.
February 26, 2021
S2E30 - Ryan Foland and Ken Wilber
In this episode, I speak Ryan Foland about the book he co-authored "Ditch The Act" and how we can apply its principles to our lives. New York country artist Ken Wilber talks about his latest single releases, as well as the upcoming summer album release. Many have asked about merch, well the store is up and running. Stay tuned, as we will have some specials going in the coming days. For all merch, visit
February 25, 2021
S2E29 - Kyla Kenedy, Mike Hayes, and Chris Duffin
In this episode, I visit with Kyla Kenedy, who plays Orly in Mr. Mayor. The series will have it's season finale Thursday (2/25/21) on NBC. Former Commanding Officer of SEAL Team Two Mike Hayes visits about his new book "Never Enough: A Navy SEAL Commander on Living a Life of Excellence, Agility, and Meaning". Chris Duffin talks about his life story, the book "The Eagle and the Dragon: A Story of Strength and Reinvention", and his current speaking engagements and other ventures.
February 24, 2021
S2E28 - Ricky Warwick, Diedrich Bader, and Tracy Lawrence
In this episode, I visit with Ricky Warwick, formerly of Think Lizzy, about his latest album "When Life Was Hard And Fast". Diedrich Bader comes back on the show to talk about the 100th episode of "American Housewife" which airs 2/24 on ABC. Country legend Tracy Lawrence visits about his latest songs and project "Hindsight 2020" - which is available for pre-order now.
February 23, 2021
S2E27 - Erika Alexander, Gio Benitez, Jon Huertas, and Suneel Gupta
In this episode, I visit with actress and podcaster Erika Alexander about her podcast "Reparations: The Big Payback". Gio Benitez talks about his new series on A&E "I Survived A Crime" which airs Wednesday nights at 10 ET/9 CT. Actor and director Jon Huertas shares about the current season 5 of "This Is Us" which airs Tuesday nights at 9 ET/8 CT on NBC. Author Suneel Gupta visits about his latest book "Backable: The Surprising Truth About What Makes Someone Take a Chance on You"
February 22, 2021
S2E26 - Jebb Mac, Mark Spitz, and Bill Cody
In this episode, we get to meet Jebb Mac, hear about the band, and he even plays us an acoustic song "Proof". Olympic swimming legend Mark Spitz talk about his work with the Holocaust Education Film Foundation. I also share a visit from the last CMA Fest (2018) with my friend and mentor in the business Bill Cody, who hosts "Country, Coffee, and Cody" on WSM and the Grand Ole Opry.
February 19, 2021
Good Questions...with Cameron Dole - trailer with Aaron Goodvin "Lonely Drum"
In this clip Aaron Goodvin talks about and plays his latest single release "Lonely Drum".
February 19, 2021
S2E25 - Tim O'Brien, Allison Sweeney, Senator James Lankford, and Damon Johnson
In this episode, I speak with author Tim O'Brien about his latest book, and the documentary "The War and Peace of Tim O'Brien" which is available on VOD next month. Allison Sweeney stops by to talk about her upcoming movie "Chronicle Mysteries: Helped to Death”, which premieres Sunday February 21st 8/7CT  on the Hallmark Movies and Mystery Channel. Senator James Lankford talks about the blizzard many are facing, plus the status of the next stimulus. Rocker Damon Johnson talks about his latest album from Damon Johnson & The Get Ready - "Battle Lessons".
February 18, 2021
S2E24 - Michael Stewart and Don McLean
In this episode, I'll share a few thoughts on the decline in dieting for Americans, wearing socks to bed, and double masking...the wrong way. I also got to visit with podcaster Michael Stewart about his podcast "A Little Something Gay". The legendary Don McLean stops by to talk about the 50th anniversary of "American Pie" and the new version released by Home Free Vocal Band.
February 17, 2021
S2E23 - Ira Rosen and Chris Johnson
In this episode, I visit with former 60 Minutes producer Ira Rosen about his new book "Ticking Clock: Behind The Scenes at 60 Minutes". I also had the chance to visit with Film maker Chris Johnson about the new hybrid documentary "Journey to Royal: A WWII Rescue Mission".
February 16, 2021
S2E22 - Adam Richman, TG Sheppard, and Andrew Mayne
In this episode, I visit with Adam Richman, host of Modern Marvel, which returns Febriary 21 on History Channel. Country music legend TG Sheppard visits about his new single “I’m A Song” from latest album, "Midnight in Memphis". Author, inventor and magician Andrew Mayne talks about his latest book "Black Coral" along with his other influences on his writings.
February 12, 2021
S2E21 - Dr. Avi Loeb, Margaret Cho, Gen. Wesley Clark and Wes Clark Jr, and Daniel Pyne
In this episode, I visit with Dr. Avi Loeb about his book "Extraterrestrial: The First Sign of Intelligent Life Beyond Earth". Comedian Margaret Cho visits about her upcoming Valentine's Live stream show available on RushTix. Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Gen Wesley Clark and his son Wes Clark, Jr talk about the new documentary "Hot Money". Author and show runner Daniel Pyne talks about his latest book "Water Memory".
February 11, 2021
S2E20 - Doug Zanger, Meathead Goldwyn, and Teddy Robb
In today's episode, I visit with Doug Zanger of AdWeek about their coverage of this year's Super Bowl commercials. Meathead Goldwyn stops in for his monthly grilling, and grilled food visit. Country singer and songwriter Teddy Robb stops back by for a visit, and plays his latest single "Heaven On Dirt".
February 8, 2021
S2E19 - Brandon Lang, Ben Higgins, Michael Chiklis, Ric Roman Waugh, and Jake Hoot
In this episode, I talk with Brandon Lang about the upcoming Super Bowl this weekend, as well as his favorite prop bets. Former Bachelor Ben Higgins talks about his new book "Alone In Plain Sight". Actor Michael Chiklis talks about the new series "Coyote" which is available on CBS All Access. Director Ric Roman Waugh talks about his movie "Greenland" which will be available on DVD, Blu-Ray, and On Demand February 9. Jake Hoot, Season 17 Winner of The Voice, talks about the past year and his new single featuring Kelly Clarkson "I Would've Loved You".
February 5, 2021
S2E18 - Vella Lovell and Mike Cabellon, Noah Garner, Jeff Dwoskin, Jeff Coffey, and Allie Colleen
In this episode, I visit with Vella Lovell and Mike Cabellon about the series "Mr. Mayor" which airs Thursdays on NBC. Country singer and songwriter Noah Garner talks about his latest single and video release "Gotta Get To You". Comedian and podcaster Jeff Dwoskin stops by to visit about his podcast and the difference between binge streaming and weekly episode releases. Jeff Coffey stops by to talk about his latest single "Someday". Country singer and songwriter Allie Colleen talks about her latest single "Not The Only Hell (My Momma Raised)", and the outlook for new music and shows in 2021.
February 2, 2021
S2E17 - Aleks Paunovic, Levon Kirkland, and Joe Hanson
In this episode, I visit with Aleks Paunovic about the new season of "Snowpiercer" which airs Monday nights on TNT.  Levon Kirkland, Host of Bleav in Clemson Football on the Bleav Podcast Network; Former NFL Linebacker & Member of Clemson Hall of Fame talks about his podcast and the upcoming Super Bowl. Country singer and songwriter Joe Hanson talks about his latest single and video for "Head Over Wheels" which are available now.
February 1, 2021
S2E16 - Ana Maria, Dani-elle Kleha, and Chloe Collins
In this episode, I talk with Ana Maria, the newest inspirational coach at men’s personal achievement brand FEARLESS, about her new book "The Lifestyle of a Gentleman". Country singer and songwriter Dani-elle Kleha talks about the Positive Youth Tour and her new projects for 2021. Singer, songwriter and social media influencer Chloe Collins talks about her new single "Can't Stop", her latest binging shows, and the outlook for 2021.
January 29, 2021
S2E15 - Richard "The Rev" Hartley, Ari Melber, Steve Hackett, Ron Lieber, and Dave Herrera
In this episode, Richard "The Rev' Hartley talks about the new series "The Rev" on USA TV. MSNBC host Ari Melber talks about the upcoming impeachment proceedings and continuing coverage he'll be a part of. Rock legend Steve Hackett talks about his latest acoustic project "Under A Mediterranean Sky". New York Times financial writer Ron Lieber talks about his book "The Price you Pay for College". Country singer songwriter Dave Herrera talks about his latest single "Visiting Nashville".
January 28, 2021
S2E14 - Maz Jobrani, Dr. Andrew Ordon, and Nicole Kang
In this episode, actor and comedian Maz Jobrani talks about his new comedy special "Pandemic Warrior"  - which is available on Peacock tomorrow (Jan. 28). Dr. Andrew Ordon talks about the 13th season of "The Doctors" which is airing weekdays. Actress Nicole Kang talks about the new movie "Ten Minutes To Midnight" available now.
January 27, 2021
S2E13 - MLB Umpire Phil Cuzzi, Eddie Steeples, and Brandon Alan
In this episode, I visit with MLB Umpire Phil Cuzzi about the upcoming 17th Annual Robert Luongo ALS Event, which will be held virtually this year. Actor and screenwriter Eddie Steeples talks about the Hulu releases of "My Name Is Earl" and "Guest Book", as well as his latest writing projects. Country singer, songwriter, and amazing guitar picker Brandon Alan visit about his latest music, his current studio work, and the goals for 2021.
January 26, 2021
S2E12 - Lindsey Lane, Kent Blazy, and Marlon Hargis of EXILE
In this episode, I get the chance to meet country singer-songwriter Lindsey Lane. We visit about her latest single "Timber" as well as the challenges for musicians this past year. Legendary singer and songwriter Kent Blazy visits about his latest EP "Authentic" - written and produced during the pandemic. Marlon Hargis of EXILE visits about their latest release, and most recent honors.
January 25, 2021
S2E11 - Abigail "Astronaut Abby" Harrison, Aldis Hodge, Luke from for KING & COUNTRY, and Mark Chesnutt
I had the chance to visit with Abigail Harrison aka Astronaut Abby about her new book and goals for the new year. Because of a couple cancellations, I delved into the archives for a few that hadn't yet seen the light of day on the podcast. The first comes from August 2019, Aldis Hodge was a guest when "Brian Banks" was released in theaters. Luke from for KING & COUNTRY visited in March of 2019, coinciding with the release of the single "God Only Knows". Country legend Mark Chesnutt interviewed with me in August 2016, when the current single was "Oughta Miss Me By Now".
January 22, 2021
S2E10 - Brandon Lang, U.S. Marine Sgt. Beau Wise, and Andrew Hopson
In this episode, I visit with Brandon Lang about his picks for the NFL playoffs this weekend. U.S. Marine Sgt. Beau Wise visits about his book "Three Wise Men: A Navy SEAL, a Green Beret, and How Their Marine Brother Became a War's Sole Survivor". Country singer and songwriter Andrew Hopson talks about his musical influences and latest single "New To Neon".
January 21, 2021
S2E9 - GG Townson and Jason Pinter
In this episode, I visit with actress GG Towson, who stars as "Salt" in the Salt 'N Pepa biopic that premieres on Lifetime this Saturday. Bestselling author Jason Pinter talks about the new thriller "A Stranger At The Door" and the inspirations behind his works.
January 20, 2021
S2E8: James W. Tamm, Aedin Mincks, Frank Stallone, Lee Goldberg, and Meathead Goldwyn
In this episode, I visit with author James W. Tamm about "Radical Collaboration, 2nd Edition: Five Essential Skills to Overcome Defensiveness and Build Successful Relationships". Actor Aedin Mincks visits about "Cobra Kai" and his character Mitch. Frank Stallone talks about the new documentary "Stallone: Frank, That Is", which is available now. Lee Goldberg talks about his latest book "Bone Canyon". Grillmaster Meathead Goldwyn talks a bit about couch-gating, and gives a new idea for your next get-together.
January 19, 2021
S2E7 - Gatsby Randolph, Ross Mathews, and Vanessa Bell Calloway
In this episode, I visit with Gatsby Randolph about the upcoming documentary "Who Is Gatsby Randolph?" which comes out in February. Ross Mathews talks about the new season of "Rupaul's Drag Race". Atress Vanessa Bell Calloway talks about the movie "American Skin" which is available now.
January 15, 2021
S2E6 - Bill Leff, Joe Morton and Kenny Lehman, and Dr. Kate Biberdorf aka Kate The Chemist
In this episode, I visit with actor, comedian and radio host Bill Leff about his new shows "Toon In With Me" and "Saturday Morning Cartoons" on MeTV Network. Joe Morton and Kenny Lehman talk about the new video for "Wake Up America" which is available now. Dr. Kate Biberdorf stops by to talk about her latest in the "Kate The Chemist" series "Stem Night Disaster".
January 14, 2021
S2E5 - Brad Rutter and Coach Mike Bayer
In this episode, I visit with the all-time G.O.A.T. of "Jeopardy!" contestants Brad Rutter about ABC's "The Chase" which airs Thursdays at 9 PM ET/8 CT. Life coach Mike Bayer talks about his new book "ONE DECISION: The First Step to a Better Life" and how the techniques can be applied so well in the days we're living in.
January 13, 2021
S2E4 - Hannah Zeile, Samantha Hart, and Matt Castillo
In this episode, I visit with actress and singer Hannah Zeile about the upcoming episodes of "This Is Us" (Tuesday nights on NBC), and we talk about her latest music releases. Award-winning Creative Designer Samantha Hart talks about her upcoming memoir "Blind Pony: As True A Story As I Can Tell" which is available for pre-order now. Texas country artist Matt Castillo visits about his new single "Leaving Brownsville Tonight", as well as his goals coming out of the pandemic.
January 12, 2021
S2E3 - John Ashton and Indiana Massara
In this episode, actor John Ashton visits about the movie "Once Upon A River" which is available on demand tomorrow (January 12). Actress, singer, and social media influencer Indiana Massara talks about her new single "Squeeze", her upcoming movie project with Mira Sorvino and Sean Astin, as well as goal setting for 2021.
January 11, 2021
S2E2 - Brandon Lang and Deon Taylor
In this episode, I visit with Brandon Lang about this week's NFL playoff matchups, as well as the NCAA Championship game. Film maker Deon Taylor talks about the new movie "FATALE", which is available on VOD this Friday, January 8.
January 7, 2021
S2:E1 - Dr. Mireya Mayor, Rob Belushi, and Hayden Haddock
In the first episode of Season 2, I visit with world-renowned primatologist Dr. Mireya Mayor about the new season of "Expedition Bigfoot" that premiered last night on Travel Channel. I also talk with actor and game show host Rob Belushi about season 2 of "Get A Clue" which premieres today on GSN. I visited with country singer-songwriter Hayden Haddock just before Christmas about the year that was, and his goals for 2021.
January 4, 2021
Episode 75: Jocko Marcellino, Harry Shum Jr, and Carter Oosterhouse
In this episode, I visit with Jocko Marcellino of Sha Na Na about their annual holiday release, including the newest version of "Ugly Christmas Sweater". Harry Shum, Jr. talks about his new movie "All My Life" which is available in theaters now, and On Demand December 23. Carter Oosterhouse visits about the season finale of "Great Christmas Lights Fight", which airs tomorrow night (December 23) on ABC.
December 22, 2020
Episode 74: Stephanie Nash, Sandee June, and Ian Somerhalder
In this episode, I visit with country singer-songwriter Stephanie Nash about her latest music, and what she's been occupying her time with in 2020. Texas country artist Sandee June visits about her music and plays her latest single. Model and actor Ian Somerhalder talks about his newest venture "Brothers Bond Whiskey" and the documentary on Netlfix "Kiss The Ground" that he executive produced.
December 21, 2020
Episode 73: Judy Gold, Carter Rubin, Pauly Shore, Dorothy McCormick, and Lena Paige
In this episode, I visit with Judy Gold about her book "Yes, I Can Say That". Newly-crowned champion of "The Voice" Carter Rubin talks about the season and the outlook for 2021. Comedian/actor/MTV VJ Pauly Shore talks about his movie "Guest House" which is now available on Netflix. Singer songwriter Dorothy McCormick talk about the story behind the song "Worth Fighting For". Lena Paige and multi-instrumentalist Michael Ricks visit and play a few songs, including Lena's latest single featuring Tanya Tucker "Joan of Arkansas". 
December 19, 2020
Episode 72: Midori Francis, Dee Snider, Olivia D'Abo, and Cooper Alan
In this episode, I visit with Midori Francis about "Dash and Lilly" on Netflix, as well as her upcoming release "Afterlife of the Party". Rocker Dee Snider visits about his new Christmas release with Lzzy Hale "The Magic Of Christmas Day" and his 2020 holiday plans. Olivia D'Abo talks about her new movie "Angie: Lost Girls". Country singer-songwriter Cooper Alan visits about his timely single "New Normal" and what he's been doing artistically in 2020.
December 17, 2020
Episode 71: Jay Jay French, Brent Gleeson, Tommy Davidson, and Ricky Duran
In this episode, I visit with legendary rock guitarist Jay Jay French of Twisted Sister fame about his podcast "The French Connection". Seal Team 5 Member Brent Gleeson talks about his new book "Embrace The Suck: The Navy Seal Way to an Extraordinary Life". Tommy Davidson stops by to talk about the paperback release of his memoir "Living In Color", which is available January 2021. Ricky Duran, former runner-up on The Voice, visits about trying to make a musical journey in the midst of pandemic, and plays his single "She Closed Her Eyes"
December 16, 2020
Episode 70 - Al Pitrelli, Royal South, Tay Bronson, Michael Colyar, and Kin Faux
In this episode, Music Director and lead guitarist of Trans-Siberian Orchestra talks about the livestreaming event that airs this Friday night at 8 ET. Country Duo Royal South, visits about the challenges of producing music during the pandemic and talks about their latest single. Country singer Tay Bronson talks about his years in the rock music industry and plays a special song. Actor and comedian Michael Colyar talks about making a movie during the pandemic, which releases on BET this Wednesday. Texas country group Kin Faux talks about their musical influences, and plays their latest single.
December 15, 2020
Episode 69: Kel Mitchell, George Wallace, Meathead Goldwyn, and Bernie Nelson
In this episode, I visit with Kel Mitchel about the premiere of "Deliciousness" tonight on MTV. Comedian George Wallace calls in tot talk about his new book "Bulltwit and Whatnots" available now. Meathead Goldwyn joins for his monthly visit, sharing great gift ideas for the grill-lover on your Christmas list. Singer-songwriter Bernie Nelson talks about his time in Nashville, and even plays his latest single "Make It To Texas".
December 14, 2020
Episode 68: Marcus Scribner, Brooke Burns, and Jessta James
In this episode, Marcus Scribner from Black-ish visits about the show and the new movie "Farewell Amor" which is available now in theaters and streaming. Brooke Burns calls in to talk about the new season of Master Minds that airs weekdays on GSN. My good friend, country artist Jessta James talks about his latest single and music video, as well as the journey to where is both musically and personally.
December 11, 2020
Episode 67: Brandon Lang, Michael Kosta, Daniel Borge, Jason Michael of New Ellum, and Aaron Goodvin
In this episode, Brandon Lang of "The Sports Betting Podcast" on the BLEAV Podcast Network stops by to talk about the NFL and NCAA games to watch over the weekend. Comedian and correspondent on "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah" Michael Kosta visits about 2020 and his one hour standup special that premieres Friday night on Comedy Central. Norway-based country artist Daniel Borge calls in and talks about his new single "Room 208" and samples an upcoming single release as well. Jason Michael of the Texas country group New Ellum talks about the challenges of facing a pandemic during the early stages of growing a group. Canadian country singer-songwriter Aaron Goodvin share a chat and his upcoming single to release in early 2021.
December 10, 2020
Episode 66: Tim Chantarangsu, Ahmet Zappa, Paige King Johnson, Zach Williams, and Wynonna Judd
In this episode, I get to visit with comedian Tim Chantarangsu who's a  cast member on "Deliciousness" which premieres Dec. 14 on MTV. Ahmet Zappa visits about the documentary "Zappa" that is available everywhere. Country singer-songwriter Paige King Johnson talk about her new single "Just Like You" and even plays it acoustic in the episode. Christian country artist Zach Williams shares about his previous single with Dolly Parton, and his latest release to country radio "Chainbreaker". The legendary Wynonna stops by to talk about 2020, and her new CBD product line "Harmony by Wynonna".
December 9, 2020
Episode 65: Freddie Salem of The Outlaws, Smith & Wesley, and Cody Belew
In this episode, I get the chance to talk with Freddie Salem of the southern rock band The Outlaws about the release of the CD/DVD Live At Rockpalast 1981. Country duo Smith & Wesley talk about their latest single "Land of Y'all" from the album "Greetings from the Land of Y'all". Country singer songwriter Cody Belew talks about his Christmas release "Hang Your Hat On My Christmas Tree".
December 8, 2020
Episode 64: Muffy Marracco, Jonathan Corbblah, Michael Fischer, Josh Clark and Chuck Bryant
In this episode, I visit with trivia experts Muffy Marracco and Jonathan Corbblah from the game show "Master Minds" which premieres it's second season today on Game Show Network. Michael Fischer shares some news about the homeless epidemic, especially during the holiday season. Podcasters Josh Clark and Chuck Bryant of "Stuff You Should Know" talk about the podcast and their newly-released book of the same name.
December 7, 2020
Episode 63: Gregory S. McNeal, Eliot Sloan, Candice Night, Michael James Scott, and Jeremy Sisto
In this episode, I speak with Gregory McNeal Professor of Law and Public Policy at Pepperdine University about drone technology, regulations, and the future of the industry. Eliot Sloan, lead singer of Blessid Union of Souls, talks about the upcoming 25th anniversary edition release of the album "HOME". Candice Night of Blackmore's Night talks about their Christmas EP. Michael James Scott, the genie in Broadway's Alladin, talks about the holiday season and his latest album - available now. Jeremy Sisto talks about the latest season of "FBI" - with new episodes Tuesday nights.
December 4, 2020
Episode 62: Steve Schirripa, Brandon Lang, Dave Mason, Rep. Frank Lucas, Danica McKellar, and Jason Charles Miller
In this episode, our good friend Steve Schirripa visits about the upcoming season of Blue Bloods, which premieres this Friday. Brandon Lang drops in for his weekly visit about the upcoming NFL and NCAA football games this weekend. Legendary rocker Dave Mason stops back by to talk about his new re-imagined album "Alone Together Again". Representative Frank Lucas visits about things in Washington, DC and how that affects us locally. Danica McKellar talks about her new movie premiering this Sunday on Hallmark Channel "Christmas She Wrote". Country rocker and voice actor Jason Charles Miller talks about his latest music, upcoming releases, and plays his latest single release.
December 4, 2020
Episode 61: Josh Stewart, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, and Kylie Trout
In this episode, I visit with Josh Stewart about the new Christmas album "Holly Rockin' Christmas" by the Josh Stewart Band. Sheriff Joe Arpaio visits about his career in law enforcement and new book "An American Legend, The Fascinating And Untold True Life Story of America's Most Beloved Crime Fighter". Country singer-songwriter Kylie Trout talks about making music in the midst of a pandemic, and talks about her latest single "Extra".
December 1, 2020
Episode 60: Jamie Jones and Teddy Robb
In this episode, Jamie Jones from the 90's pop group All-4-One talks about his latest solo Christmas EP. Country singer songwriter Teddy Robb visits about his latest music and even plays one for us.
November 30, 2020
Episode 59: Alex Winter, Keiko Agena, and Jenna Elfman
In this episode, I visit with actor and director Alex Winter about the new documentary "Zappa" and the latest Bill and Ted's installment "Bill and Ted: Face the Music". Keiko Agena visited earlier this season about "Prodigal Son". Our #FlashbackFriday comes from Jenna Elfman who called when "Dharma and Greg" first released on streaming.
November 27, 2020
Episode 58: Brandon Lang, John Schneider, John O'Hurley, and Laine Hardy
In this episode, I visit with Brandon Lang who shares his picks for the NFL and NCAA games coming up this weekend. John Schneider talks about his new movie "Stand On It" which is available this weekend. John O'Hurley talks about the 19th Annual National Dog Show, which airs Thanksgiving Day on NBC. American Idol champion Laine Hardy talks about 2020 and plays a couple songs.
November 26, 2020
Episode 57: Rory Scovel, Stedman Graham, Tony Dalton, Taylor Dayne, and Travis Tritt
In this episode, I visit with comedian/writer/actor Rory Scovel about the series "Robbie" on Comedy Central and streaming online. Stedman Graham talks about his book "Identity Leadership" in this archived interview from May 2019. Tony Dalton talks about the latest season of "Better Call Saul". In another archived interview, Taylor Dayne talked about her holiday single in an interview from December 2018. Travis Tritt wraps up this episode talking about his February 2017 live album release, and answers the question why he never wore a cowboy hat.
November 23, 2020
Episode 56: Dionne Warwick, Joel Silverman, Ulysses "The Monster" Diaz, and Shane Owens
In this episode, I visit with Dionne Warwick about her upcoming 80th birthday bash and fundraiser. Celebrity dog trainer Joel Silverman shares some great holiday pet tips, and how to accurately know your dog's age. Ulysses "The Monster" Diaz talks about his record-setting knockout and how this year has changed him. Country singer songwriter Shane Owens stops by to chat and sing a couple tunes for us.
November 20, 2020
Episode 55: Stanley Tong, Emme Lentino, and Manny Blu
In this episode, I visit with acclaimed action movie director Stanley Tong, whose latest release "Vanguard" (starring Jackie Chan) comes out this weekend. Singer and songwriter Emme Lentino visits about her new take on the George Michael Christmas hit "Last Christmas". Our good friend Manny Blu stops back in to talk about the new EP "New Ink" which is available everywhere now.
November 18, 2020
Episode 54: Julia Cooper, John Holiday, Tanner Gomes, Chloe Hogan, Daphne Maxwell Reid, and Marc Lamont Hill
In this episode, I visit with more artists from this 19 season on "The Voice" on NBC: Julia Cooper, John Holiday, Tanner Gomes, and Chloe Hogan. Daphne Maxwell Reid, best known as Aunt Vivian on the Fresh Prince of Bel Aire, talks about the upcoming reunion show and her movie "The Business of Christmas" available December 1. Host of BET News, Marc Lamont Hill talks about his new book, the pandemic, and how we can make change together.
November 17, 2020
Episode 53: Lauren Frihauf, Madeline Consoer, Tamara Jade, Payge Turner, and Meathead Goldwyn
In this episode, I speak with four contestants on this season of "The Voice" - Lauren Frihauf, Madeline Consoer, Tamara Jade, and Payge Turner. We also get our monthly dose of grilling with Meathead Goldwyn, who discusses some Thanksgiving grill ideas.
November 16, 2020
Episode 52: Daymond John, Whitney Cummings, Deepak Chopra, and Robert Palmer Watkins
In this episode, I share a couple of #FlashbackFriday favorites from the past year, plus a new movie available now. Our first guest is Shark Tank's Daymond John talking about his latest book "Powershift: Transform Any Situation, Close Any Deal, and Achieve Any Outcome". Whitney Cummings talks about her latest book  "I'm Fine...and other lies". Deepak Chopra talks about his 90th book release "Metahuman". Robert Palmer Watkins talks about his new movie "Last Three Days" and about being a part of The Walking Dead franchise in "World Beyond".
November 13, 2020
Episode 51: Daniella Monet, Jonathan Katz, Fred Hurt, Senator James Lankford, and Megan Soo
In this episode, I have the chance to visit with Daniella Monet about her podcast and new line of diapers. Jonathan Katz shares about the upcoming livestream show this weekend on Fred Hurt talks about the upcoming season of "Gold Rush: White Waters". U. S. Senator James Lankford shares about what's on the horizon in Washington over the next couple months. K-pop debut artist Megan Soo visits about her music and social media presence.
November 12, 2020
Episode 50: Preacher Lawson, Gibert Gottfried, Michael Ian Black, Randy Kay, and Yanni
In this 50th episode, I share a few visits from the archives with Preacher Lawson, Gilbert Gottfried and Yanni. Michael Ian Black talks about his new book "A Better Men: A (Mostly Serious) Letter To My Son". Chief Master Sergeant Randy Kay talks about the opportunity to win the bike of his dreams in the Dream Chopper competition.
November 10, 2020
Episode 49: Taylor McHargue and John Hannah
In this episode, I talk with Taylor McHargue, Host of Bleav in SECQB on the Bleav Podcast Network, about the podcast and what to watch for as the college football season progresses. Actor John Hannah talks about the new series "Transplant" which airs Tuesdays at 10 ET/9 CT on NBC. John also shares a great getaway he's taken part in this year.
November 9, 2020
Episode 48: Hannah Kepple, Nicolas Cantu, and Dallas Remington
In this episode, I visit with Hannah Kepple about her role of "Moon" in the hit series "Cobra Kai". Nicolas Cantu talks about his work on the series "The Walking Dead: World Beyond" streaming now on AMC. Country artist Dallas Remington stops by to visit about her latest music, and sings her single "Uncommon Man".
November 6, 2020
Episode 47: Brandon Lang and Shari Rowe
In this episode, Brandon Lang stops in for his weekly update of the NCAA and NFL matchups for the coming weekend. Country singer and songwriter Shari Rowe visits about her new single "Southwest" and how 2020 has changed everyone's goals.
November 5, 2020
Episode 46: Pryor & Lee, and Ty Herndon
In this episode, I visit with new country duo Pryor & Lee about their latest single "Y'allsome", their songwriting, and how they came together. Country artist Ty Herndon visits about his latest project "Regifted" and the song he recorded with Kristln Chenowith "Orphans of God".
November 4, 2020
Episode 45: Kennedy Tucker, Kim Fields and Page Kennedy, and Shawn Gomez of the Freshwater Donkeys
In this episode, I visit with actress Kennedy Tucker about the new movie "Middleton Christmas". Kim Fields and Page Kennedy talk about the new single and video for "Safe". My great friend, Shawn Gomez of The Freshwater Donkeys, talks about their new re-formation and upcoming show this weekend.
November 2, 2020
Episode 44: Johnny Weir and Britt Stewart, Wayne Nelson, Robert Davi, Michael Pare, and Brecken Miles
In this episode, Johnny Weir and his DWTS partner Britt Stewart talk about this season on Dancing with The Stars. Wayne Nelson, lead singer of Little River Band, talks about their new single and upcoming album release in November. Robert Davi talks about the new movie "Blackjack: The Jackie Ryan Story" and his latest musical projects. Michael Pare, who you may remember from Eddie and the Cruisers, talks about his new movie "Middleton Christmas". Final guest Brecken Miles talks about his latest single "Meghan", the story behind the song, and even plays it for us.
October 30, 2020
Episode 43: Bryson Culwell, Chelsey James, Brandon Lang, Desi Lydic, Jordan Wolfe, and Kane Hodder
In this episode, I visit with my radio buddy Bryson Culwell about his Red River Radio Show. I also had the chance to visit with Chelsey James about her latest single "Hands On The Bible". Brandon Lang stops by to share his insight on this weekend's college and pro football games. Desi Lydic talk about "“The Daily Show with Trevor Noah Presents: Remembering RBG – A Nation Ugly Cries with Desi Lydic". Jordan Wolfe talks about his creation "Night Of The Living Dead: The Musical". The final guest has scared millions over the last 40 years. Kane Hodder talks about the role of Jason, a great story from the set, and upcoming projects.
October 29, 2020
Episode 42: Amy Bruni, Jay Wasley, Stacy Keach, and Deana Carter
In this episode, I visit with Amy Bruni, from Ghosthunters and Kindred Spirits, about her new book "LIFE WITH THE AFTERLIFE: 13 Truths I Learned about Ghosts". Jay Wasley visits about a special presentation of "GHOST ADVENTURES: HORROR AT JOE EXOTIC ZOO" coming up Thursday night. Stacy Keach talks about his latest project "Sammynolie And Other Stories" by Alexander Tsypkin translated by Paul Lazarus. Country star Deana Carter talks about her new movie "A Very Country Christmas: Homecoming" which premieres this weekend.
October 28, 2020
Episode 41: Sean Tobias Ambriz, Matt Iseman, and Diedrich Bader
In this episode, I visit with Sergeant First Class Sean Ambriz about his book "Ghosts of the Valley", which talks about military security forces living in peace and warzones. Matt Iseman talks about the upcoming episodes of "Live Rescue" which are available every Friday and Saturday. Diedrich Bader called to share about the season premiere of "American Housewife" which airs Wednesday 8:30 ET/7:30 CT on ABC.
October 27, 2020
Episode 40: Deantee Calip, Jimmy Charles, Michael Fishman, and Rob Halford
In this episode, I visit with Deantee Calip about his first book "Those Calip Sisters". I also visited with singer-songwriter Jimmy Charles about his new music, songwriting, and family time during 2020. Michael Fishman talks about this week's Halloween-themed episode of "The Conners", in which Michael makes his directorial debut. Rock legend Rob Halford discusses his career and his autobiography "CONFESS: The Autobiography". 
October 26, 2020
Episode 39: Michael Gross, Dustin Collins, Dan Bucatinsky, Caroline Aaron, and Jodi Binstock
In this episode, I visit with Michael Gross about the 7th film in the "Tremors" franchise "Tremors: Shrieker Island". Country singer-songwriter Dustin Collins visits about his work on the upcoming full-length album he's working on, plus plays a song never played publicly before. Dan Bucatinsky, Caroline Aaron, and Jodi Binstock talk about the movie "Call Waiting" which is available now on Amazon Prime.
October 23, 2020
Episode 38: Shannan Wilson, Bruce Van Dusen, Brian Trenchard-Smith, Clint Lorance, and Colman Domingo
In this episode, I visit with actress Shannan Wilson about her upcoming projects and pursuing an acting career during the pandemic. Commercial director and author Bruce Van Dusen talks about his memoir "60 STORIES ABOUT 30 SECONDS: How I Got Away with Becoming a Pretty Big Commercial Director without Losing My Soul (Or Maybe Just Part of It)". B-movie director Brian Trenchard-Smith talks about his book "Adventures in the B-Movie Trade". I also visit with Clint Lorance about his new book "Stolen Honor: Falsely Accused, Imprisoned, and My Long Road to Freedom". Actor and now director Colman Domingo visits about his directorial debut of this week's episode of "Fear the Walking Dead" on AMC.
October 22, 2020
Episode 37: Chloe Collins, Eric Burgett, and James S. Murray
In this episode, I had the chance to visit with country singer-songwriter Chloe Collins. We talked about her growth as a singer, and her latest music, TikTok, and more. Singer-songwriter Eric Burgett visits about his new single "Sometimes Late At Night", plays a couple songs live and shares his pandemic lessons in life. James S. Murray, Murr from Impractical Jokers to most of you, has another thriller "Don't Move" available now in bookstores everywhere. 
October 21, 2020
Episode 36: Ulysses Villamin and Brother Eli Soriano, Dinesh D'Souza, Richard Burgin, and Bill Moseley
In this episode, I visit with Ulysses Villamin and Brother Eli Soriano about the Unheard Truth podcast and the ministry around it. Dinesh D'Souza talked about his new documentary "Trump Card" which is available now. Writer/director Richard Burgin talks about his project "Fang". Legendary horror actor and musician Bill Moseley talks about the importance of October to him, and his upcoming projects.
October 20, 2020
Episode 35 : Don Smith, Pat Boone, and Todd Greenlee
In this episode, I introduce you to one of my podcast buddies Don Smith, who hosts "The Life Radio Show" podcast. I also visited with Pat Boone today, about the new version of his on "Can't We Get Along", sung by Wendy Moten. Todd Greenlee with Homefront Pictures talks about their new project "All Eyes"
October 19, 2020
Episode 34: Rodger Kerr, Kim Gaebelein, Judge Jeanine Pirro, and Tommy Habeeb
In this episode, Rodger Kerr from The Altus Chamber of Commerce talks about activities on the calendar in southwest Oklahoma. Kim Gaebelein talks about knowing a dog's age in human years and more pet knowledge. Judge Jeanine Pirro talks about her new book, and the political landscape of 2020. Creator and star of "Cheaters" Tommy Habeeb talks about his new series "To The Rescue".
October 16, 2020
Episode 33: Jeffrey Reddick, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Jason Chapin, Terrence K. Williams, and Emma White
In this episode I visit with Jeffrey Reddick, creator of the Final Destination series, about his directorial debut film "Don't Look Back". Sheryl Lee Ralph talked with me about the upcoming BET movie "Like, Comment, Subscribe" which premieres this Saturday, October 17. Jason Chapin talks about the documentary about his dad "Harry Chapin: When In Doubt, Do Something". Inspirational speaker and comedian Terrence K. Williams talks about his book "From the Foster House to the White House". Country singer-songwriter Emma White visits about her debut radio single "That's When I Drink", her EP, songwriting and more.
October 15, 2020
Episode 32: Vernon Davis, Betsy Randle, Ed Quinn, Jonathan Lipnicki, and Meathead Goldwyn
In this episode, former NFL wide receiver Vernon Davis visits about the new season of DWTS, which airs Monday nights at 8:00 ET/7:00 CT on ABC. Actress Betsy Randle will visit about her new movie "Painter". Actor and musician Ed Quinn visits about the new season of "One Day At A Time" and other projects he's got coming up. Former child actor Jonathan Lipnicki visits about his upcoming movie "Broil". Grill master Meathead Goldwyn talks about what to do with those tomatoes that won't have time to ripen in the garden in time.
October 14, 2020
Episode 31: Sam Acho, Danielle D'Souza Gill, Bri Bagwell, and Ralph Nader
In this episode, NFL linebacker Sam Acho talks about his new book "Let the World See You: How to Be Real in a World Full of Fakes". Danielle D'Souza Gill talks about her new book "The Choice: The Abortion Divide in America". Country artist Bri Bagwel talks about her latest music. Consumer advocate Ralph Nader talks about his latest book "Wrecking America".
October 12, 2020
Episode 30: Commander Guy M. Snodgrass, Nev Schulman, Liz Priestley, and RZA
In this episode, brought to you by Smiley's Breezy Vapes, we visit with Commander Guy M. Snodgrass who shares the story behind his new book "TOPGUN'S TOP 10: Leadership Lessons from the Cockpit". Nev Schulman talks about the latest season of Dancing With the Stars, and how his expectations have changed over the past couple weeks. Liz Priestley visits about the upcoming movie "Concrete Cowboy" which she co-stars opposite Idris Elba. RZA talks about the new movie "Cut Throat City" that he directed, which is available now.
October 9, 2020
Episode 29: Senator Brent Howard, Melissa Rivers, Suzi Ragsdale, James Robert Webb, Erin and Rachel Bradshaw, and Bruce Vilanch
In this episode, we talk with Oklahoma State Senator Brent Howard, who stops by to talk about the talking points in Oklahoma City, the national level, and how that affects us on a local level. Melissa Rivers shares a quick visit about her podcast "Group Text with Melissa Rivers". Suzi Ragsdale calls in to talk about her new music, and the journey it's taken to get here. My good friend, James Robert Webb talks about his new single, and working on new music during the pandemic. Erin and Rachel Bradshaw chat about the reality series "The Bradshaw Bunch", which airs Thursday nights at 9 PM  ET/8 PM CT on E! Comedian and writer Bruce Vilanch shares some humor amidst all of the craziness going on around us.
October 9, 2020
Episode 28: Koda Kern of Chamomile and Whiskey, director Ken Kwapis, Artie Hoffman, and Scott Hamilton
In this episode, Koda Kern of Chamomile and Whiskey talks about their latest single and upcoming album release on October 30th. Director Ken Kwapis talks about his career and new book "But What I Really Want to Do Is Direct: Lessons from a Life Behind the Camera". Artie Hoffman talks about his live Facebook shows and the process of developing his gifts. Olympic Gold Medalist Scott Hamilton visits with me about his new "Live Your Days" program that became available this week.
October 7, 2020
Episode 27: Laura Nirider, Neil Ross, Chuck Liddell, and Abby Wambach
In this episode, Laura Nirider talks about the new season of the "Wrongful Conviction" podcast. Voice actor Neil Ross talks about his career and his book "Vocal Recall". MMA and UFC superstar Chuck Liddell talks about the movie "Cagefighter" which premieres this Friday, October 9.  Our final guest is Olympic gold medalist and FIFA World Cup champion Abby Wambach, who talks about her new younger reader book "Wolfpack" and how timely it's emphasis is.
October 6, 2020
Episode 26: Jeff Dwoskin, Jonathan Alter, Patrick Harney, Stacey Toy, and Reverend Al Sharpton
In this episode, I visit with comedian and podcaster Jeff Dwoskin. We visit about his podcast and comedy during the pandemic. Respected journalist and author Jonathan Alter talks about his new book "His Very Best: Jimmy Carter, A Life". Actor and producer Patrick Harney talks about a few of his coming works, and we talk about some of the behind the scenes moments preparing for a movie production. Stacey Toy talks about the horror film "100 Acres of Hell" and shares some life lessons learned in the midst of her biggest struggles. Reverend Al Sharpton talks about his new book "Rise Up: Confronting a Country at the Crossroads" and we talk about how change required something from all of us.
October 5, 2020
Episode 25: John Ashton, Barry Sonnenfeld, Mark Levine, Spencer Leigh, and Matthew Morrison
In this episode, I had the opportunity to visit with John Ashton, who you probably remember best as Sgt. Taggert from Beverly Hill Cop I and II. He talks about his latest movie "Once Upon A River" which is available virtually now. I visit with director Barry Sonnenfeld, who talks about his book "Barry Sonnenfeld, Call Your Mother". Mark Levine talks about the newly released "The Chicago 7" book with original transcripts from the original proceedings. Spencer Leigh talks about his upcoming book "Bob Dylan: Outlaw Blues". Matthew Morrison, who you might remember from GLEE visits about his album "Disney Dreamin' with Matthew Morrison". 
October 3, 2020
Episode 24: Gary Chapman, Brandon Lang and Chuck Briseno
In this episode, singer/songwriter Gary Chapman visits about life during the pandemic, along with MAGAcbd. Brandon Lang visits about his picks for the weekend in NFL and NCAA action. Check out his podcast on the BLEAV podcast network. Chuck Briseno visits about his latest single "Favor", along with the inspirations for his sound and songwriting.
October 1, 2020
Episode 23: Melora Hardin, Dan Wasserbly, Mowdy, Rachel Hollis, and Michael Sweet
In this episode, Melora Hardin talks about her directing debut on the FreeForm series "The Bold Type". Dan Wasserbly shares aboout his book "THE 300: The Inside Story of the Missile Defenders Guarding America Against Nuclear Attack". Local artist Mowdy shares about his musical inspirations and his latest single "Painting Stars". Rachel Hollis stops in to visit about her new book "Didn't See That Coming". Stryper lead singer Michael Sweet calls in to visit a little more about the band's latest album.
September 30, 2020
Episode 22: Esther Povitsky, Courtney Dickinson, Aries Spears, Kim Fields and Tressa Azarel Smallwood, and Steve Hackett
In this episode, Esther Povitsky talks about her comedy special "Hot For My Name". Country singer-songwriter Courtney Dickinson talks about her new single "See You Here" and how her cooking habits help deal with some of the craziness of promoting new music. Aries Spears shares about the start of the latest season on his podcast. Kim Fields and Tressa Azarel Smallwood talk about BET HER's movie "Baby Blue", and the networks female-centric movie premieres this year. Guitar legend Steve Hackett from Genesis talks about his latest CD/DVD special release.
September 29, 2020
Episode 21: Soledad O'Brien, Keith Colburn, Miranda May, Joe Romeiro, Hayden Haddock and Casper Van Dien
In this episode, I share some recent interviews that have been requested by several listeners. Soledad O'Brien talked with me about the all-new documentary she worked on about Covid-19. Captain Keith Colburn visited as the latest season of "Deadliest Catch" was ready to premiere. Miranda May talks about a special crossover episode of "Bunk'd". Joe Romeiro shares about everyone's favorite "Shark Week". Country artist Hayden Haddock talks about his latest single "Where You Come In". Casper Van Dien visited about the movie "G-LOCK" now available everywhere.
September 28, 2020
Episode 20: Jessie James Decker, Steven Ogg, Lou Diamond Phillips, Senator James Lankford, and Walter Koenig
In this episode, I visit with Jessie James Decker about her now cookbook "Just Feed Me". Steven Ogg visits about the series "Snowpiercer". Lou Diamond Phillips visited with me earlier this year about the series "Prodigal Son" and his latest written works. Senator James Lankford visits about the latest news from Washington, DC. Walter Koenig talks about his latest book "Beaming Up and Getting Off: Life Before and Beyond Star Trek.
September 25, 2020
Episode 19: Cyntoia Brown Long, Alice Eve, Nik Wallenda, Bill Medley, Brandon Lang, and Dan Estrin
In this episode, I share a very timely interview with Cyntoia Brown Long about her book "Free Cyntoia - My Search for Redemption in the American Prison System". Alice Eve talks about the limited series "Belgravia" available on Epix and ITV. Nik Wallenda has a new book "Facing Fear: Step Out in Faith and Rise Above What's Holding You Back" that we talk about. Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Bill Medley of The Righteous Brothers visits about his upcoming 80th birthday, and new pay-per-view livestream events that are ongoing. Brandon Lang shares his college and NFL pick of the week. Dan Estrin visits about Hoobastank's special re-release of "The Reason" that coincided with it's 15th anniversary.
September 18, 2020
Episode 18: Samantha Cassetty, Dr. David Tolin, Dr. Ian Smith, Ashleigh Banfield, Alan Zweibel, Loni Love, and Lisa Whelchel
In this episode, Samantha Cassetty talk about her new book "Sugar Shock, 100+Healthy Swaps to Cut Back and Create A Healthier Lifestyle". Dr. David Tolin talks about the latest season of "Hoarders". Dr. Ian Smith talks about his overtaking the hosting duties on an all-new "The Doctors", which premieres September 21. Ashleigh Banfield talks about the upcoming episodes of "Judgement with Ashleigh Banfield". Alan Zweibel shares some of his stories from writing and doing stand up comedy. Loni Love talks about her latest book "I Tried To Change So You Don’t Have To". Lisa Whelchel talks about her series on MeTV "Collector's Call".
September 17, 2020
Episode 17: Rocco Dispirito, Rick Reilly, Michael Carbonaro, Whitney Miller, Newt Gingrich, and Don McLean
In this episode, I visit with celebrity chef Rocco Dispirito about the book "Rocco's Keto Comfort Food Diet". Rick Reilly visits about his book "Commander In Cheat", which is now available in paperback. Michael Carbonaro visits about the 5th season of "The Carbonaro Effect" on TruTV as well as his live shows. MasterChef Season 1 winner Whitney Miller talks about the rise in interest in cooking and some easy tips to keep it upbeat. Newt Gingrich talks about his new book "Trump And The American Future". Rock and roll legend Don McLean visits about new albums available now for the first time.
September 12, 2020
Episode 16: Bogi Lateiner, Judy Gold, Jocko Sims, Joe Morton and Kenny Lehman, Brian Stelter, and Dave Mustaine
In this episode, I share a visit from earlier in the pandemic with Bogi Lateiner from All Girls Garage. I also visit with comedian and author Judy Gold about her new book "Yes, I Can Say That". Jocko Sims talks about the abrupt season ending episode on "New Amsterdam". Actor/singer/songwriter Joe Morton and Kenny Lehman visit about the new song "Wake Up America". CNN correspondent and New York Times best-selling author Brian Stelter talks about his latest book "Hoax". And, rock legend Dave Mustaine visits about his book "Rust In Peace" and Megadeth's current project.
September 11, 2020
Episode 15: State Senator Brent Howard, Dr. Steve Webb, Raleigh Keegan, Ashleigh Banfield, Brandon Lang, and Zach Neil
In this episode, I visit with Oklahoma State Senator Brent Howard about the current state of affairs in Oklahoma. Social Media Intelligence Expert, Police Officer, and the founder of Safe School Systems Dr. Steve Webb visits about safety for your children, as many return to school "virtually". We also talk about his book "Education in a Violent World". Country singer-songwriter Raleigh Keegan talks with me about the current album he's working on, and the challenges in that undertaking. News personality Ashleigh Banfield visits about her new show "Judgement with Ashleigh Banfield", which premieres this Sunday, September 13 at 8 PM ET/7 PM CT on CourtTV. Brandon Lang, host of The Football Betting Show on the Bleav Podcast Network, talks about his picks for the upcoming weekend of football action. Country singer Zach Neil visits about his latest release and his writing inspirations.
September 10, 2020
Episode 14: Diedrich Bader, Kelly Lang, Greg Grunberg, Luke Grimes, Meathead Goldwyn and Michael Sweet
In this episode, I share a visit from earlier this year with Diedrich Bader - leading up to the season finale of "American Housewife". Kelly Lang visits about her upcoming album "Old Soul". Greg Grunberg visits about his new action/adventure film "Max Reload and the Nether Blasters". Luke Grimes talked with me a coupe months back about the latest season of "Yellowstone" on Paramount Network. Meathead Goldwyn stops by for his monthly grilling lesson. We talk about "Pigskin" as we await the football season. Michael Sweet talks about his career and new album with rock group Stryper.
September 9, 2020
Episode 13: James S. Murray, Andy Bernstein, John Tesh, Robert Irvine, John Lodge and David Zucker
In this episode, I visit with James S. Murray (Murr from Impractical Jokers) about his latest book "Obliteration". CEO Andy Bernstein of HeadCount visit about what their organization is doing to help get the vote out this November. John Tesh talks about his memoir "Relentless". Robert Irvine visited about the latest season of "Restaurant:Impossible" and some tips for restaurants during the pandemic. John Lodge of The Moody Blues visits about the new release "In These Crazy Times (Isolation Mix)". Hollywood Director David Zucker visits about the re-release of "Airplane" in celebration of it's 40th Anniversary!
September 8, 2020
Episode 12: Rachel Platten, Rob Dyrdek, Suzanne Somers, Trent Shelton, Jon Taffer and Nikita Dragun
In this episode, I share some of my favorite visits from earlier this year. I visited with pop superstar Rachel Platten about her new children's book "You Belong". Rob Dyrdek visits about the upcoming (at that point) season of Ridiculousness. Suzanne Somers visits about her healthy lifestyle book "A New Way To Age". Motivational speaker and social media influencer Trent Shelton visits about his new book "Straight Up!" Jon Taffer talks about the new season of "Bar Rescue" and Nikita Dragun visits about the Snapchat docuseries "Nikita Unfiltered".
September 7, 2020
Episode 11: Ashley Barron, Matt Iseman, Conner Sweet, Jeff Benedict, and Sheila E
In this episode, we get to visit with new country artist Ashley Barron about her latest music. Matt Iseman stops by to talk about the upcoming season of American Ninja Warrior on NBC which premiere on Monday, September 7. Conner Sweet talks about his new single "Times Like These" and talks a bit about songwriting. Jeff Benedict visits about his new book "Dynasty" an in-depth look at the New England Patriots. And, Sheila E stops in to talk about an exciting honor and her new MasterClass on drumming.
September 4, 2020
Episode 10: Wesley Lowery, Nate Bargatze, Ralph Nader, Ray Parker, Jr and Senator Marsha Blackburn
CBS and Washington Post correspondent Wesley Lowery talks about his new episode on "60 in 6" on the Quibi app. Nate Bargatze talks about how much things have changed from his early years in comedy. Ralph Nader will visit about his new Nader family cookbook. Ray Parker, Jr visits about the documentary coming up about his extensive career. Senator Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee visits about her new book "The Mind of a Conservative Woman: Seeking the Best for Family and Country".
September 3, 2020
Episode 9: Dylan Gerard, Peri Gilpin, Art Bell, and Christian Kane
In this episode, we get to meet Dylan Gerard, new country music singer-songwriter. He visits about the single "Simple Things" and how timely the message is. Next up, Peri Gilpin visits about her new YouTube digital short series "Old Man". The next guest was the creator of Comedy Central and is releasing the book "Constant Comedy: How I Started Comedy Central and Lost My Sense of Humor" on September 15. Christian Kane was recently in the first season of "Almost Paradise" on WGNA. We visit about the series and his pride in Oklahoma!
September 2, 2020
Episode 8: Dave Mason, Jesse Lopez, Cooper Wade, Danica McKellar, and Dee Snider
In this episode, I visit with rock and roll legend Dave Mason about his new release with friends of "Feelin' Alright" recorded and produced during quarantine. Country artist Jesse Lopez visits about his latest single "Way Past Words". I got introduced to Cooper Wade in the beginning of the pandemic about his upcoming music and dealing with the separation. Danica McKellar talks about her new mathematics book "The Times Machine". The final guest of this episode is legendary rocker Dee Snider. Dee talks about an issue many faced during the pandemic - loved ones  outside of the country while airports were closed.
September 1, 2020
Episode 7: Philip Winchester, Mira Goto, Sean Parnell, and Rob Schneider
We visit with Philip about the new movie from Lionsgate "Rogue". New country singer-songwriter Mira Goto visits about her latest single. Sean Parnell visits about his new military thriller "One True Patriot". Rob Schneider visits with me about his new Netflix comedy special "Asian Momma, Mexican Kids".
August 31, 2020
Bonus Episode: Kevin Costner
This is an interview I did with Kevin Costner, talking about a new single released by his group Kevin Costner & Modern West. We also visit about his musical interests, his acting and an upcoming (at the time) series "Yellowstone".
August 31, 2020
Episode 6 - Jo Frost, Caroline Aaron, Joshua Ray Walker, Omid Scobie and Joe Gatto
In this episode, I visit with Jo Frost about the upcoming season of Supernanny. We also visit about the adjustments as students go back to class - whether virtual or in person. Caroline Aaron (The Marvellous Mrs. Maisel) visits about her new movie "Call Waiting". Texas country singer-songwriter Joshua Ray Walker talks about his latest single and music releases. Omid Scobie talks about the royals again with us, this time, his latest book "Finding Freedom". Our final guest is best known from "Impractical Jokers" on TruTV, but most don't realize his love for dogs, rescues in particular. His new book "The Dogfather" is available now
August 27, 2020
Episode 5: Senator Tim Scott, Heather Smith, Dave and Lorenzo Henrie, Michael Kosta, and Zach Williams
In this episode, I visit with South Carolina U.S. Senator Tim Scott about his book "Opportunity Knocks: The Story of How Hope and Opportunity Can Change Everything". Heather Smith talks about the challenges of teaching in this difficult time, and her new book "Mastering The New Education: Whatever That May Be". Dave and Lorenzo Henrie will visit about the upcoming virtual premiere of this Friday's release "This Is The Year". Michael Kosta visits about "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah" and the coverage of convention season. The final guest is Contemporary Christian and Country Singer-songwriter Zach Williams, who will visit about his new single with Dolly Parton "There Was Jesus".
August 26, 2020
Episode 4: Mike Massimino, Sean Evans, Manny Blu, and Dylan Howard
In this episode, I visit with Mike Massimino about his latest book "SPACEMAN: The True Story of a Young Boy's Journey to Becoming an Astronaut". Sean Evans from "Hot Ones: The Game Show" on TruTV joins us to talk about the show and his other online appearances. We'll get to know new country artist Manny Blu from Canada, as he preps new music, and author/investigative reporter Dylan Howard visits about his book "Epstein:Dead Men Tell No Tales"
August 24, 2020
Episode 3: Mo Pitney, Melody Thomas Scott, Christie Pearce Rampone, and James Cromwell
In this episode, I visit with country singer-songwriter Mo Pitney about his latest single and album. Melody Thomas Scott talks about her 43 years on "The Young and The Restless" and her new memoir. Christie Pearce Rampone talks about her new book "Be All In" and the honor of being an inspiration to young girls and women worldwide. James Cromwell visits about his latest film "Emperor" and how timely the release is.
August 22, 2020
Episode 2: Carlos Mencia, Martina McBride, Roy Wood, Jr and Peter Facinelli
This episode, I share a visit from a couple months ago with Carlos Mencia. He'll be doing live shows in OKC at the Bricktown Comedy Club Sep. 3-6. Martina McBride will visit about her new single, and producing and marketing during the pandemic. "Daily Show with Trevor Noah" correspondent and comedian Roy Wood, Jr talks about the coverage of the Democratic and Republican National Conventions. Peter Facinelli will share about his latest directing project "The Vanished", which releases in limited theaters and on demand August 21, 2020.
August 20, 2020
Meathead Goldwyn - August Grilling Ideas
Cameron visits with Meathead Goldwyn about some great August grilling ideas, including corn on the grill, and we discuss the ever-popular beer can chicken
August 18, 2020