Friday, June 21, 2013

Unplugged And Totally Uncut: Actor/Comedian John Witherspoon.

Beyond being an Actor/ Comedian. He comes from a family of eleven. That makes him a survivalist. John Witherspoon is a brilliant display of why this nation still holds the title for Home Of The World's Greatest Storytellers. His bio is 300 miles long. He's creatively acted with the biggest names in the business. And damn if he didn't latch onto my attention with stories about hanging out with David Letterman on his ranch in my home state of Montana. Listen to the interview

Friday, June 14, 2013

Unplugged And Totally Uncut With Comedian John Caparulo

The one thing I loved most about being with Pam Stone was how incredibly important it is to be extremely "Real." For two years Anthony and I would sit across from each other rolling our Radio trained eyes while Pam bounced around those speakers like a wild normal person. She would love John Caparulo! Not because he's a Redneck from Ohio but a total connection to keeping it "Real" Caparulo, known to many as "Cap," got his first big breaks appearing at the 2003 Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal, where he was offered a sitcom, and on The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn. He has since appeared on The Tonight Show, was featured on Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Next Generation hosted by Bill Engvall, and was one of the comedians documented on Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Tour. He hosted Mobile Home Disaster on CMT, and played the part of 'Brian' on the short-lived ABC sitcom "Work It." He also has a comedy special that aired on Comedy Central on December 21, 2008 called John Caparulo: Meet Cap" Cap intermittently hosts "The Mad Cap Hour" radio show with his wife Jamie Caparulo, and comedian Mark Ellis on Sirius XM,, and iTunes. Although he is currently touring nationally, he also regularly appears on the E! show Chelsea Lately, and voices the character of 'Headphone Joe' on Disney's "Fish Hooks." Check out the interview

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Unplugged And Totally Unplugged: Jeff Dahlin Publisher Of Hot Rod Magazine

This was the magazine that nearly got me kicked out of junior high. Hot Rod sitting on a desk top meant someone wasn't interested in anything but personal purpose. Into the Dean of Boys office I was tossed. It was there I argued, "You can't get any closer to a growing mind than letting a young mind explore his interests in one day being a mechanic. By putting Hot Rod in the school library you're efforts pay off in more common ways than Newsweek and People." I won the war. I didn't become a mechanic but I do build and rebuild the motors that inspire people to spend their money. I make commercials. Check out the interview