A bagel and a grape make the perfect snack to enjoy as you listen to episode #3 with my guest, Ted Alexandro. Ted has been one of my favorite comics since I was in high school and we’ve worked together a lot over the years. From his first set to Madison Square Garden, we chat about his early days and what it’s like to perform in 20,000-seat arenas. Give it a listen!Read More
So, you have listened to our first 3 episodes on digital video and have created some high-quality video clips, right? Well, now it is time to work some magic and turn them into the polished product. Check out the final deep-dive of the digital video series where the Brothers discuss software, process, & tips for video editing. Listen close, as Alan has some nuggets of wisdom that could save you a lot of time and heartache in the process!Read More
Jon and Sebastian talk some NFL and Panthers football, as well as the proper use of firewood for s’mores. They then discuss some competition for the “Country-ish” show name from Netflix and their upcoming reality show. Then, it’s “Jon’s Journal” where Jon reads a letter from another one of his penpals in Russia. After that, it’s time for Reno Collier – one of Jon’s favorite funny people – to join by Zoom to discuss his early days in comedy, his influences, and some wild nights in Birmingham. Jon and Sebastian have some listener gifts to open, and then they end the show with “Small Town News” with a story about a goat that takes over a police car and eats a whole bunch of paperwork. This is one Billy Bad-Ass episode!Read More
2020 has been pretty strange. A third installment in the Bill & Ted series almost makes sense. Alan & Chris discuss the cinematic oddity as well as the new…well, yes odd – but in a completely different way – Charlie Kaufman film “I’m Thinking of Ending Things”. For the trailer tapas section the hosts discuss the new “Dune” and “Freaky” trailers and then indulge in some extremely early Oscar prediction talk. As per the tried and true formula, they round out the episode with some film recommendations.Read More
Jon and John talk about making deposits at the spank bank, Zoom classrooms, and pinning notes to your kids.And John skips out on Jon in the beginning of the show to have a medical tele-visit with his doctor. What’s wrong with John? And there’s more 80s Church. Hey, Now… Hey, Now…Read More
Host Andrew Moose welcomes Ben, Eli, and Courtney of The Tan & Sober Gentlemen to this episode of I’m with the Band!
Born and raised in the North Carolina backcountry, The Tan and Sober Gentlemen began taking in the songs, stories, and tunes that make up their beloved state’s heritage before they could talk. Despite having played music together in some form or another for most of their lives, the current lineup was formed in the summer of 2016. Past performances range from the Cat’s Cradle, Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival, Appaloosa Festival, and IBMA’s World of Bluegrass in the States to Spraoi Festival, Whelan’s, and the Roisin Dubh in Ireland.
The band aims to explore the Gaelic roots of North Carolinian music, and to play it with as much energy as humanly possible. Tan and Sober hangs their hat on the fact that, no matter the venue or the crowd, their live show will have the audience engaged, smiling, and drenched with sweat. As far as folk music goes, they’re about the best drinking and dancing band you’ll find.Read More