Johnny McKeon, Sascha Blume, & Brittany Johnson welcome Rock 106.7 personality Shane Murphy to the show. Shane talks about getting his start as a ‘Monster Truck,’ announcer at the age of 16, dealing with the energy of a crowd and how to talk to an arena full of people.
Sascha and Shane discuss the importance of staying humble, the necessity of paying your dues in the media and the ‘give and take,’ of finding your place as an on air personality. The conversation turns to the balance of managing social media in this digital age and media’s focus on cultivating an online presence.
After a three episode absence due to being the busiest man in the entire world, the prodigal son, Allen, returns!
The band is back together and they’ve got a lot to catch up on! Marcus and Guy fill us in on their recent trip to Vegas, Allen talks about seeing Paul Simon make thousands of people cry at the same time!
And all three guys raise a big middle finger to Led Zeppelin’s court victory.
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This week, Allen is on vacation, so we asked our good friend, fellow KBER DJ and 20+ year veteran of Utah radio, Helmut Von Schmidt, to sit in and it was a blast.
From discussing bands that people like that we can’t, to hearing about how things have changed in the local music scene over the last 20 years, we have a great time playing with Helmut. (Wink wink).
Oh yeah, and F*ck Jimmy Buffet! Enjoy.
Here’s the thing…
You don’t really know you’re old until you’re old!
It’s true, its damn true!
And although age may be a state of mind, our minds are tired and old too. We bitch about it… but we accept it!
In this episode, that’s exactly what we do!
We accept our fates and bitch about getting older: How things hurt more, how things have changed, how we’ve changed and how it sucks!
We also talk ‘Guns ‘n Roses,’ and ‘Puddle of Mudd’s,’ Wes Scantlin.
Enjoy our ramblings.
Marcus couldn’t make it this week so we had comedian/MetalHead Aaron Orlovitz join us to recap the best concerts, shows, movies and other things of 2015…at least that’s what we wanted to do, the show quickly became a tribute to Lemmy and a few others who have passed.
Give this a listen, many fun changes to come for 2016