Our amazing Naomi Robin is back and the Crew so excited that Tony has to keep his finger on the bleep button; even better, the award-winning documentary filmmaker, Jill Morely, is our special guest and she brings her latest maverick piece, Fight Like A Girl, which explores how women overcome their demons through boxing; it’s a powerful, compelling film and so is Jill herself; there’s fierce conversation and fun banter, and rumor has it that Jill might actually put some boxing gloves on Langdon himself; life lessons, “Langdon Nation” style, in this fantastic episode; also, the cuss jar becomes an official member, Random Black Guy returns and Tony fesses up as to how he actually broke Champagne Studios’ sliding glass doors; it’s a drama and a trauma; pics links and more are at the website; click the arrow below to listen or “Download” to save for later; enjoy, Nation.
The gang welcomes the nicest (and smartest, and funniet!) Super Model ever to the show when Eugenia Kuzmina pops into the station for some fun; she’s truly uncategorizable, with many facets and talents to her credit, including now acting (alongside great guys like Jason Bateman and Christopher Walken) and, believe it or not, Krav Maga; they also welcome back the long lost beauty of the show, Naomi Robin; everyone’s happy to have her back, and she brings her special brand of sass that you know you love; there’s great discussion of Communist Russia, Siberia and more, plus everyone has an Arnold Schwarzenegger story; there’s also Maritian SUVs, Langdon’s broken wrist and the creepiness of clowns; pics, links and more are all the website; click the arrow below to play or “Download” to save for later; enjoy, Nation!
Salma Hayek has a new action-thriller and we have her co-star, the very charming Akie Kotabe; he joins us for some great conversation, “acting lessons” for Michael, and (allegedly) some Guinness to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day; it also happens to be Friday The 13th and this episode is scary good fun; Akie shares some great stories from the set of Salma’s film Everly and of one of his favorite films from way back, working with Gary Coleman that actually involves Ron Jeremy and a hot tub; Michael gets tough with Daniel Day-Lewis and Bob Segar, and Tony brings a great story that could be a G-Spot where Twitter (and some amazing women) save the day; plus, Maggie Smith breaks Langdon’s heart, House of Cards blows our minds and March Madness takes on new meaning when the Crew examines some bizarre holidays; links and pics are at the website; click the arrow below to listen or “download” to save for later; enjoy, Nation!
Put your dancing shoes on because Billboard chart-topping singer Kim Cameron sweeps us off our feet with some great conversation and her new single Drive; she talks about the writing and producing process of music today and confesses to almost stopping the train, right before another hit single dropped; inspiration, difficulty and dreaming big are all on the menu; also popping into pepper the conversation with juicy stories about the latest Grammy Awards Show, Madonna and Stevie Wonder is our dear friend from CBS Gaye Ann Bruno; she’s sassy and brassy and will make you laugh your socks off with her irreverent humor and inside information about celebs that you love (and love to hate?); she also tells the truth about the demise of our long-lost radio station, The Joint; find out what really happened when those doors closed; there’s also the truth about turn down service, man-o-pause and #Rehab4Rutt; you gotta hear it to believe it; click the arrow below to listen or “download” to save for later; enjoy, Nation!
In an amazing tale of redemption, author Richard Asperger joins the Crew to talk about sex, drugs and homelessness -and, of pulling himself up and out that mess and into a creative, successful life as a photographer, poet, and now clothing designer who’s found purpose, peace and a fantastic wife, to boot; bursting into the conversation from Deep Nuggets Radio is comic “Hairy” Mike Williams and together they make the deep-dish conversation not only enlightening but super fun; bringing the jokes (and the beauty) our lovely new co-host Scout Durwood joins the amazing Carla Collins, along with Michael Rutt and Tony Santiago; also on the menu are the sexual habits of politicians (and Siri), a new dating app for pot smokers, Boy Scouts on a nude beach and a humpback whale…yes, a humpback whale; click the arrow below to listen or “download” to save for later; enjoy, Nation!