Russell and I meet at Pazzo's Vail to talk our love of all things RAMMSTEIN!
Rob O'Leary and Austin Charlesworth recount SUMMER SLAM in Denver.
Rob and I strive to stay friends by discussing Battle of the Bands, football and rugby, and we are joined by comic Devin Cronin to discuss race and sexuality.
Nine months of internal anticipation culminates in the absolute strangest podcast to date. We discuss music, poetry, and 364 other things without landing on something that makes him feel good. Good thing he has a beautiful family.
Bri Lovato gives a last second interview to field some interesting questions. Regarding Denver, we talk the scene, promoters, the cliques, how he has fielded to problems that are inherent to the job.
The Silver Club Saloon plays host to a very interesting chat. We talk music, photography, and how tempers and attitudes can cause us to get in our own way.
Mr. Scott joins me in studio to discuss music, childhood, and things turn a bit existential. Check out Concrete Effect on Facebook HERE!
Hard to believe I've been at this for a year. Im joined by Rob O'Leary and Don Chaney in studio. We discuss future plans, stand up, and how our lives have changed since 2012. Special thanks to Tarasa D'Bella, Brett Tenza, Brad Hutchings, J Cobb, Kitten, Marbs, Nicole, Dr. Chim Rychels, Alex Hernandez, Eric Smith, and David Litsheim!
"Jizzy" Jake Snyder makes his return to the podcast nearly one year after his first appearance. We discuss the Washington State welfare system, how Martin Luther King, Jr. could be considered a terrorist, and our mental "issues"
The beautiful and charismatic Aeon Cruz meets with me at Prophetic Sandwich Studio West to have a little fun. We talk music history, music promotion, and we trade fun games.
Long time show supporter Tarasa D'Bella finally calls up for a crazy chat. We discuss her recent first shot a stand up, frozen celebrities, and joke doctoring.
Years of promoting and creating shows and developing CringeHumor.com led Mr.Milligan to open The Stand Restaurant and Club in New York City. In its short 8 month existence, it has emerged as a premiere spot, where all of my favorite comedians perform. Patrick graciously takes time on Father's Day to talk business, his favorite comedians, and who stand up fans should be on the look out for. Check out the club's site at THESTANDNYC.COM!
Shawn, Eric, Andrew, and Jim stop in to discuss how their band was built from the rubble of two other bands, their influences, and we go around the table to see who would replace each member if met with untimely death. Really funny show. Check out their music HERE!
The president of my first REAL COLORADO BASED SPONSOR, Jordan Phillips phones in for a chat. We discuss Militia's inception, what the future holds, and I press him to tell me about his dream run!
Rob joins me to talk about the band's female situation, his bizarre athleticism, and Candies and Eric come out to play!
Twitter proves fruitful once again. SORROWSEED tour guitarist Eric Pellegrini calls in to talk about why he picked up the guitar, his SORROWSEED experience, and who would complete his super group.
Ancient Wind's driving force Austin Charlesworth comes by for silly time. The Seattle adventure is the centerpiece, and we talk family, love, and what it takes to be a Kirby vacuum salesman.
The lovely Ms. Roberts stops by the studio to talk about modeling, and the ups and downs of being a music promoter in the Roaring Fork Valley.
Mr. Anderson stops in for a quick pod to promote his band's first show in several years. We discuss inception, influence, and what is in store for the band's comeback!
Drummer for THE HITS and producer of TREVOR ROCKS DENVER, the venerable Mrs. O'Connor joins me to discuss how Rock Band inspired her path, our respective drum gear, and being part of Denver's broken scene is impacted by gender. The man of the house calls in to worship his gal, which was kind of awesome to hear. Check out her band's music and give a like HERE!
Brett Tenza joins Rob and I on a Positivity Friday to talk about working hard, making music and gettin' ass. Our hotline makes a debut with calls from Eric Smith and DJ Dimes.
One of my best and oldest friends closes out the Denver tour with some silliness. We talk POGS, his time in the Air Force, and the dangers of social media.
In an unexpectedly cool turn, I go to TRADIOV STUDIO to chat with the man behind TrevorRocksDenver.com, Trevor O'Connor. He gives us a crash course in how to be a promoter, how he is a good man to Kristen Miller, and I test his political reaction to Occupy,conspiracies, and the 4/20 holiday. Hear him here at TREVORROCKSDENVER.COM!
The boys of THE FRIDAY NIGHT METAL SHOW finally get together to talk music, tell stories, and apparently make a few confessions. CREED and AMON AMARTH punctuate the silliness.
This long awaited sitdown starts a little manic, trying to decide which of his 57 projects we should talk about. Soon enough with find the groove. We hit up music, business, and family before settling in on a recent devastating tragedy.
Prime, Phathead, Pogue and crew drop by from over the hill to discuss the rap game in Colorado. They talk their vision, cliques, and I throw down a challenge for a new album by summer's end. Sorry about the audio, 3 mics for 7 people.
Directly on the heels of Mr. Diamond's solo show, Rob jumps in for some buzzed podding. We talk stand up, Duuie hits on my asian sister, and Zero Dark Thirty raises a spectre of douchey-ness.
Model, performer and SORROWSEED frontwoman Lilith Astaroth joins me to talk about social media, what its like to be sexy in a creep-filled environment, and and all the projects she is involved with. She was hilarious and fun! Stay on for SORROWSEED's CANCER OF BLADES!
I was lucky enough to get a minute with Ancient Wind frontman, Roberto Inferno. Stick around to hear EATERS OF THE DEAD!
FINALLY, the Rob HAS COME BACK...HOME! Topics include the circumstances behind leaving Seattle, the valley comedy scene, and Thin Lizzy.
It's always great to have someone on who is SO fired up about his craft. One of Portland's premiere scene DJ's tells about his grunge roots, how Burning Man opened the digital door, and how what began as a volunteer crew has become an army in the service of realizing his dream of electronic immortality. Hang after to hear Deformaty & Lightspeed- Just Calm Down!
Ahhhhhhh...finally some fun, and the first guest from another podcast! Kitten from MMA-Freak.com calls in to break the topical streak of GFT. An abnormally knowledgable fight fan, the Kat and I discuss heavy metal music, our favorite fights, and we give some insight to UFC 157, the debut of Ronda Rousey! Follow her @kittenofchaos76 on Twitter!
The savage vocalist of Ancient Wind returns to GFT to give all his podcast fans exactly what they want - a hot beef injection. He discusses the contested strip of city the band resides in, the first forays into Seattle's metal scene, and what it's like to go from big fish in a small pond to damn near square one.
Just ahead of THE MARY JANE TOUR, the homies stop in to discuss Izm White and all the undercards, where THA WHATEVA SQUAD is headed, and how they use life experience to shape their art.
Columnist and comic April Clark rolls into Respectable Sandwich. We talk about dating, her comedy influences, and I KINDLY question her stand up act. Thankfully, she was super game and very funny during our chat.
Ominiss and DJ Phathead roll thru to promote their upcoming show, and the conversation turns to the racism they feel in our perfect lil resort town.
Texts and pictures and Facebook posts can't really do justice to my feelings about my boys moving away. Emotion and an old man's insomnia drive my monologue. Good luck gentlemen.
It takes a while for two tired buddies to get rollin' on this play by play of Ancient Wind's Denver appearance. There is a failed move, a friend left behind, and I inquire about stand up comedy. Sorry my mouth and brain were completely disconnected.
I'm joined by Ancient Wind members Rob O'Leary and Jake Snyder for an inspiring chat about dads, music and what it takes to ride with The Wind!