Suzi Ragsdale 9.25.20

Singer-songwriter Suzi Ragsdale joined us this afternoon to discuss her new album, “Ghost Town”, available on October 9.

Chip Monck 9.25.20

Legendary lighting designer Chip Monck joined us to discuss his amazing career, including his work with Bob Dylan, the Newport Folk Festival, the Monterey Pop Festival, and Woodstock, where he also served as Master of Ceremonies.

This Day In Rock & Roll History 9.25.20

Mighty John Marshall with this week’s edition of This Day In Rock & Roll History.

Colin Fleming 9.22.20

Writer Colin Fleming talked with us about some classic ghost stories from M.R. James, Washington Irving, and Richard Middleton.

Alison Arngrim 9.22.20

Actress and author Alison Arngrim returned to the show this afternoon to discuss how she’s been entertaining fans during the pandemic.

This Day In Rock & Roll History 9.18.20

We hope aboard the way-back machine for another journey with Mighty John Marshall.

Colin Fleming 9.15.20

Writer Colin Fleming discusses autumnal pop art including Hitchcock’s “The Trouble With Harry”, the 1958 film, “The Horror of Dracula”, “Beatles for Sale”, and The Band’s second album.

This Day In Rock & Roll History 9.11.20

We hope aboard the way-back machine for another journey with Mighty John Marshall.

Kim Richey 9.10.20

Singer-Songwriter Kim Richey talked with us about her career and new album, “A Long Way Back: The Songs of Glimmer”.

Grayson Hugh 9.9.20

Singer-songwriter Grayson Hugh looks back on his career and discusses his new album, “Save Your Love For Me”.

Colin Fleming 9.8.20

Writer Colin Fleming joins us for his weekly visit to Downtown.

Treva Silverman – Part 2 – 9.1.20

In Part 2 of our conversation, writer Treva Silverman talks about her work with James L. Brooks and Allan Burns on “Room 222” and “The Mary Tyler Moore Show”, which earned her multiple Emmy Awards.

Colin Fleming 9.1.20

Writer Colin Fleming talks with us about talismans, the nature of purpose, and dealing with fears and anxieties.

Johnathon Schaech 8.31.20

Actor and writer Johnathon Schaech returned to the show to discuss his new film, “Blue Ridge”, and talk about the birth of his new daughter.

Treva Silverman Part 1 – 8.31.20

In the first part of our in-depth conversation with Treva Silverman, she discusses her musical talents and early comedy influences, how she began working with Joan Rivers, and writing for Carol Burnett, Dean Martin, and The Monkees.