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!
This Valentine’s Day episode is super sweet and super fun, with a special guest who’s a real-life private detective and star of Discovery ID’s hit show Cry Wolfe – Brian Wolfe is in the studio!…He brings big Boston, big laughs and big news about the show – plus, inside details about some of the crazy cases he’s had, including some swingers and dirty cops; we’ve got two of the LN beauties tonight, too, as both Carla and Crysta join the fun; and it gets wild when Carla “throws her voice,” Crysta bashes Canada and Langdon proposes defrauding insurance companies to make money; there’s also Twitter Porn, what to do if you’re being followed and some 50 Shades of Grey goodness; plus, the Comcast customer name-calling scandal, a fantastic G-Spot and the most bleeps ever!…click the arrow below to listen or “download” to save for later; enjoy, Nation!
Radio bad boy Gary Garver was a producer and on-air reporter on The Howard Stern Show for decades; he has a fantastic morning show of his own, Controlled Choas, and he’s on the show tonight!…along with radio veteran Crysta Garner, who’s joined Langdon Nation officially, they talk about important broadcasting tips, like not cussing on the air, watching your Tweets and “just not saying anything stupid;” Gary reveals details about teaming up with the controversial comic Jigga Jones to discuss hot topics on his show; Crysta also tells a lot of behind the scenes stories about the old days in radio with Adam Carrolla, Howard Stern and Frosty, Heidi and Frank, including how Rick Dees got her started; Michael gets off on Venn Diagrams, the residents of Loma Linda live in a Blue Zone, and the whole gang makes fun of Langdon, repeatedly; all this, plus a special Booze & News that batters Kentucky; pics, links and info are all at the website; enjoy, Nation.
It’s a Private Session, but not an ordinary mano-a-mano; this edition of the normally deeper, quieter series features not one, but two guests and – warning – they have been drinking; both Tony Santiago and Michael Rutt join Langdon and a giant bottle of Bourbon; they decide to let loose after the constraints of live broadcasting on AM 1050, and you won’t believe the things they say; new and long-time listeners alike will learn a lot about the show and the crew as they dare to go deep and make many revelations, some hilarious and some very embarrassing for Langdon; it’s 1/2 Gerry Springer, 1/2 church and all good with these close friends telling truth, making fun and talking about the new Ladies of the show behind their backs; remember, we’re live every Friday night at midnight (PST) on KCAA AM 1050 for you Valley and Inland Empire folks of CA, and kcaaradio.com for everyone else around the world; FYI, we’ll be returning to TradioV for live shows every Saturday in a couple of weeks; click the arrow below to listen or “download” to save for later; enjoy, Nation!
Special musical guest Gabriel Angel flys into the station for the second edition of After Dark from KCAA AM 1050 to premiere his new single, “Falling Star” and help Carla, Langdon and the Crew handle some serious conversation; from stripping detectives and Jaimie Lee Curtis’ alleged hermaphroditism, they tackle everything, including handling the death of a loved one; Carla translated her grief into a hilarious one- woman comedy show, “50 Shades of Grief” and Gabriel created one of the most beautiful dance songs ever; see if Langdon can get him to sing live and find out who’s the first crew member to cuss in the episode – you won’t believe it until you hear it; Kathy Griffin’s mom, The Kids In the Hall’s Scott Thompson, Pink’s hotdogs, plus Viewer Mail and a great opportunity to help the Special Olympics; pics, links to the Polar Plunge and Gabriel’s music, and more are all at the website; enjoy, Nation!