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Live from the Pitt!

Live from the Pitt!

By Phyrst Mpulse Multimedia
What do you get when you mix a rotating cast or characters, with a grab-bag of topics, and 30+ years of archives from The Pitt studios... "Live from the Pitt!"
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Pandepisode 00003 - Family drinking day!

Live from the Pitt!

Episode 00007 - Pandepisode
In this episode we chat with R.E. Fort from about songwriting, workflow and our new joint venture... we also share a clip of what you missed if you haven't streamed our sister show: Dislodged with LaReina Peterson at and streaming live everywhere!!
July 23, 2020
Episode 00006 - We're back!
New shows, new hosts all on the new Divergent Allure Podcast Network!
July 15, 2020
Pandepisode 000005- A moment of silence
It has been a rough week! Lets take a moment of reflection together!
June 04, 2020
Pandepisode 00004... LaReina P is "Dislodged".
The studio is finally setup to take phone calls! So, I had my friend from school (LaReina P) call in so we could talk about her lock-down experience in Oregon and her new podcast Dislodged!
May 28, 2020
Pandepisode 00003 - Family drinking day!
These are the topics you get when parents in there 50's get locked up with their grown kids for too long and decide that a drunk podcast is a good idea:Exploding yoga balls, a broken coccyx, an original 90's non-greatest R&B track, booty-cam and a whole lot more! Come join the crazy... sorry it's late, I really did break my tail bone.
May 21, 2020
Pandepisode 00002
Week two broadcasting - Day 45 in lock-down... Bubbles and I vent about the pandemic, her job and 'This old ass house'. Archives include "Good riddance 2016" Jasmine and I vent about  fair weather friends and people in denial about there kids. 
April 30, 2020
Pandepisode 00001
Week one broadcasting - Day 24 of the lock-down... How is this a pandemic and not a national emergency?
April 11, 2020