Roger Earl, a founding member of Foghat, joined us to talk about the band and their new album, 8 DAYS ON THE ROAD.
Roger Earl (Foghat) 7.26.21
Lip Candy 7.23.21
Thomas Goetz, Philip Dion, and Alex Feuer of the band, Lip Candy, joined us to discuss their new song, “If You Stay Home”, and their upcoming live appearances in California.
This Day In Rock & Roll History 7.23.21
Another blast from the past with Mighty John Marshall on today’s Downtown.
Mark Torres 7.22.21
Actor-Director Mark Torres joined us to talk about his work on the new series, DR. DEATH, streaming now on Peacock, and in the upcoming season of DEXTER.
Colin Fleming 7.20.21
Writer Colin Fleming discusses his recent piece on Babe Ruth in The Smart Set, a pair of classic episodes of the radio series, SUSPENSE, Laurel & Hardy’s BLOTTO, and the animated pilot, CARLTON, YOUR DOORMAN.
Jonathan Taplin 7.14.21
Jonathan Taplin joined us today to discuss his book, THE MAGIC YEARS: SCENES FROM A ROCK & ROLL LIFE, looking back on his work with Bob Dylan, The Band, as well producing Martin Scorsese’s MEAN STREETS and the documentary THE LAST WALTZ.
Colin Fleming 7.13.21
Writer Colin Fleming discusses the Grateful Dead, “Farewell My Lovely” with Robert Mitchum, “Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar”, and his least favorite sport.
Julia Duffy 7.12.21
Julia Duffy returned to the show this afternoon to discuss her appearance in the Showtime series, “Black Monday”, and what it was like returning to work during the pandemic.
This Day In Rock & Roll History 7.9.21
The Humble But Nonethless Mighty John Marshall fills us in on This Day In Rock & Roll History.
Aron Gaudet & Gita Pullapilly 7.9.21
Writer-Directors Aron Gaudet and Gita Pullapilly joined us to discuss their new film, QUEENPINS, starring Kristen Bell, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Paul Walter Hauser, and Vince Vaughn. The trailer for the movie is out now and the film opens on September 10.
Scott Ryan & Curtis Armstrong 7.7.21
We discussed one of television’s best and most influential programs today with Scott Ryan, author of “Moonlighting: An Oral History”, and actor Curtis Armstrong, who played Herbert Viola on the show.
Colin Fleming 7.6.21
Writer Colin Fleming talked with Rich about great double play combos, Dave Kingman, Laurel & Hardy’s “Sons of the Desert”, “The Golden Girls”, and “The Midas Touch”, another terrific five-part episode of “Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar”.
John Davidson 6.30.21
Entertainer John Davidson returned to the show to discuss the upcoming opening weekend of his new performance venue, CLUB SANDWICH, in Sandwich, New Hampshire. You can purchase tickets for shows at this link: Club Sandwich Tickets (ticketleap.com)
Colin Fleming 6.29.21
Writer Colin Fleming with a 4th of July compendium, including a discussion of “Uncle John’s Band” by The Grateful Dead, The Band’s “Moondog Matinee”, “Creature from the Black Lagoon”, and some of the most “All American” baseball performances.
Gary Numan 6.25.21
Singer-songwriter Gary Numan joined us today to discuss his career and new album, INTRUDER.