Fri, 26 August 2016
COMIC, ACTOR, HOST AND CHELSEA HANDLER BUDDY, BEN GLEIB
A free form conversation with comedian, host, actor and producer Ben Gleib.
ESQUIRE magazine calls Ben one of the comedians most likely to be the NEXT BIG THING in comedy. Ben is an improv force of nature.
Heather, J.Elvis Weinstein and Mark Thompson knock around on subjects from asking permission to kiss to Johnny Carson memorabilia and late night comedy generally.
Ben’s talks about his hot game show IDIOT TEST on GSN and his newest Showtime special, NEUROTIC GANGSTER.
Did Ben ever try to hook up with best friend Chelsea Handler? How did he win thousands from Chelsea in ping pong? These are a couple of questions answered in this episode.
Mark claims he’s been inviting Ben to come to the show for some time but Ben proves him wrong.
Fri, 19 August 2016
She is one of the most prolific music makers in pop music history.
She drops in for a conversation about music, creative process working with Prince, performing the theme to a James Bond film and now, raising a family.
For Southern California listeners, Sheena is performing on Sunday, August 21st in a special show that the crew talks about: GET TICKETS HERE
Heather Ankeny and J. Elvis Weinstein join Mark Thompson
Wed, 10 August 2016
THAT GUY FROM WANG CHUNG IS HERE
That guy from Wang Chung!!
Jack Hues created some of the biggest songs of the decade: DANCE HALL DAYS, EVERYBODY HAVE FUN and TO LIVE AND DIE IN L.A. to name just three.
Jack joins us from England and talks about riding the 80s wave of Wang Chung and about his new project.
Mark Thompson and J. Elvis Weinstein ask about how it was then, how Wang Chung ended up scoring the film To Live and Die in L.A. and how Jack’s latest project has come together.
Here’s the link to get Jack Hues' new stuff:
And here’s a link to his classic 80s Wang Chung stuff:
BUT BEFORE JACK HUES ON THE SHOW: A quick shot of politics with political analyst and correspondent, Michael Shure…
Then Jack from Wang Chung ..
Finally Mark invites his sister into the studio during her recovery to tell her story of being pulled from a burning car right before it exploded in pieces.
J. Elvis Weinstein (Josh) joins Mark Thompson
Wed, 3 August 2016
Michael Shure and Jimmy Dore
Fresh off covering both American political conventions, Michael Shure stops by with a jumbo blast of insider political analysis and stories from the road.
(But the show begins with a digression about the product BREATH ASSURE)
Jimmy Dore (who also has just returned from both conventions) lights up the Democrats for ignoring the potential of Bernie Sanders, and laments the loss of liberalism in a Hillary Clinton candidacy.
Then he blasts the media for normalizing everything from Donald Trump
For all the places you can find Jimmy Dore go to JimmyDoreComedy.com
For the conversation with Jimmy Dore, J. Elvis Weinstein (Josh) joins Mark Thompson