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Art Howard at Night
67 minutes | Jan 11, 2016
54 - Dulcé Sloan, comedian, NBC TV personality
Your host at his fattest with NBC's new star, Dulcé SloanAllow a few seconds for buffering.Yahoo! player or right click HERE to download | Launch pop-up playerThe rest of the world, i.e. non-Art Howard listeners, may not have heard of Dulcé Sloan yet, but she has a talent holding contract with NBC, so she'll be on their TV sets soon. She's also appeared on ESPN's Riggle's Picks and ABC's Resurrection.Sloan takes the time to chat with Art for a follow-up to her 2012 interview, and details the amazing things that have happened to her in the past year: coming in second at the Laughing Skull Comedy Festival, which paved the way for an appearance at Montreal's Just for Laughs, and now, opportunities with NBC. 67 minutes.Art's comments: "I knew Dulcé had the goods when I first saw her four years ago! Whether you seethe with sour grapes when someone does better than you, or if you know how to be genuinely happy for the success of others, this show is for you. Download it today, because when she gets a Top Five TV show, I'm jacking the price of this one up to $39.99!"Dulcé Sloan links: Dulcé Sloan.com Estraya jewelry NBC Stands Up Share this episode with the buttons below! REVIEW in iTunes! We're dyin' over here!
59 minutes | Nov 9, 2015
53 - Greg Renoff, author, "Van Halen Rising"
Allow a few seconds for buffering.Yahoo! player or right click HERE to download | Launch pop-up player Greg Renoff is not only a rabid Van Halen fan, but also a Ph. D. in history. Dissatisfied with the lack of information on Van Halen's earliest years, he put his degree to use studying not what happened to the lost colony at Roanoke Island (snore!), but how did Van Halen's years playing backyard parties prepare them to be the dominant hard rock group of the following decade?The result is Van Halen Rising: How a Southern California Backyard Party Band Saved Heavy Metal. The book is deep with drama and detail, thanks to the over 230 interviews Renoff conducted with insiders such as longtime bassist Michael Anthony, producer Ted Templeman and even David Lee Roth's sister.Just a month after its release the book already tops Amazon sales charts for its categories, and has garnered positive reviews from top rock writer Chuck Klosterman and Rolling Stone. Now Greg Renoff talks to Art about his book, possibly the most detailed rock n' roll bio ever written. 59 minutes.Art's comments: "I mean to brag, but I've made a pilgrimage to the original Van Halen home, Pasadena City College and the Pasadena Civic. As exciting as it was, if I had had Van Halen Rising and had known the exact history that transpired on these sites, it would've been even better! After reading this book, I can just see David Lee Roth on the Van Halens' doorstep, preparing to knock and take his place in history."In any future VH1 Behind the Music about Van Halen, Greg Renoff will certainly be the talking head you'll see most. I had a great time chatting with him." Links:Van Halen Rising official siteBook at the Van Halen online storeBook at AmazonBook at Barnes and NobleBONUS: Greg Renoff's article on the photo shoot that sparked war inside Van Halen (next book preview?)
142 minutes | Oct 26, 2015
52 - Eric Von Haessler, host, "The Von Haessler Doctrine"
Allow a few seconds for buffering.Yahoo! player or right click HERE to download | Launch pop-up playerFor over 25 years, Eric Von Haessler has had a conversation with America from behind a radio microphone. For much of that time, he ridiculed everyone and everything in his path to hilarious effect. In recent years, he's shared his more serious and well-considered thoughts on everything from politics, to science, to NASCAR, to his favorite band, Drivin' n' Cryin'. These days he can be heard on his podcast, "The Show," and weekly WSB radio show, "The Von Haessler Doctrine." Eric sits down with Art and recounts the history of his top-rated former morning show, The Regular Guys, which was the toast of the L.A. FM talk radio scene in the mid-1990's at KLSX, and was a consistent ratings winner for its 16 year run in Atlanta on 96 Rock and Rock 100.5. He also shares the experiences and lessons of his rough-and-tumble youth, such as visiting his father in prison, dropping out of high school, living with heroin users, and ultimately finding a way up and out through comedy. 2 hours 22 minutes. Art's comments: "It's crazy to think in December of 1997 I was on an egg crate mattress in L.A. trying to tune in this cool new show I'd read about, and in 2015 one of the hosts is in my house. If you're a Regular Guys fan, this is a fantastic oral history. Eric has told these stories on the air, but this is the first time they've been told as one narrative. And if you make it through my opening comments, you'll feel like you just sat through all 16 years of the Regular Guys' run in Atlanta. "By the way, Larry Wachs was always nice and even encouraging to me personally, except that time he blasted me on his blog, which I found merely hysterical." Eric Von Haessler links:The Von Haessler Doctrine (Sun. 1-3 p.m. on WSB) The Show podcast and Doctrine archiveRegular Guys archiveBONUS: Scarred But Smarter, Von Haessler movie about Drivin' n' Cryin'
92 minutes | Sep 21, 2015
51 - Vinny Bucci, comedian
Booch in 2014, looking much like he did in 2015Allow a few seconds for buffering.Yahoo! player or right click HERE to download | Launch pop-up player Booch is back!Vinny Bucci returns to talk about his past year in Atlanta show business. Most notably Art and Booch discuss the last day at Rock 100.5 of Larry Wachs, the original Regular Guy. It's also known as "The Day the Other 50% of the Laughter Died" (Regular Guys co-host Eric Von Haessler was let go the year prior).Vinny also tells us about the independent films and a comedy TV pilot he's been featured in.Also in the mix are the campaign of Donald Trump, transgenders and political correctness in comedy. 92 minutes - don't be scared.Art's comments: "Down a couple of energy drinks before you listen to this one! Vinny's got a load of energy and stories to tell, so be ready to keep up!" Relevant links:DSSTVStation.comBooch & Shap YouTube seriesArt's blog
66 minutes | Sep 16, 2015
BEST OF HOWARD: Dulcé Sloan, comedian
Allow a few seconds for buffering.Yahoo! player or right click HERE to download | Launch pop-up playerYes, I've been very lame about putting a new show together! FOUR MONTHS? Even Johnny Carson never took that much time off!However, editing is about to begin on a new episode with the one and only Vinny Bucci!In the meantime, let me attach myself to the coattails of a true star in the making. You may remember Dulcé Sloan from very early on in our show, back in 2012. Since then Dulcé got a coveted spot in the Montreal Just for Laughs festival. In 2015 that's even bigger than a shot on The Tonight Show. And it's paid off, because she's now taking meetings in Hollywood! Yes!Check out our 2012 interview (the best I had done up until that point, I thought), and remember when you see her on your TV or local movie screen, you heard of her here first! Dulcé Sloan links:Profile at Rooftop Comedy.comOriginal videos, including "Sh*t Angry Black Women Say"
65 minutes | May 19, 2015
50 - Fans Salute David Letterman
Allow a few seconds for buffering.Yahoo! player or right click HERE to download | Launch pop-up playerPossibly the most influential book on Art's life. How sad!It's a very special episode of Art Howard at Night! No, really, it IS! Art salutes his greatest idol, late night television icon David Letterman. Joining him in discussing Letterman's 33 year late night career and retirement are Brian Arnold, a member of the Letterman fan Facebook group, and Jeff Zuk, creator of the tribute Letterman Twitter feeds @ByeLetterman and @ByeLettermanLT. Sit back and prepare to have your memory jogged as they discuss favorite guests, musical moments and bits you may have forgotten. Art's comments: "Stay tuned for a sappy ending that seemed like a good idea when I thought of it as I walked around the park, but in hindsight may have been a terrible idea! However, it stands as the only recorded document that I'm capable of having fuzzy emotions. "Although it's unlikely, I would like to think Dave might at least skim this one as he's out on the fishing boat in Montana sometime. After nearly 40 years of hearing people telling him how great he is, he can always dial this up and hear it one more time. Thanks, Dave!" 1 hr. 5 mins.((( In stereo, where available! ))) Use the icons below to spread the news of this iconic show. Relevant links:@ByeLetterman Twitter feed@ByeLettermanLT live tweets of the showDavid Letterman fan Facebook group (if you join, don't be a dick)Art's interview with Late Night/Late Show writer, Joe Toplyn
26 minutes | May 3, 2015
ESPRESSO - Bill Cosby, Gloria Allred at Cobb Energy Centre
Allow a few seconds for buffering.Yahoo! player or right click HERE to download | Launch pop-up playerArt's Comments: "When I heard history was being made so close to home, I had to go down and document what happened."Despite being accused of rape by close to 40 women, Bill Cosby performed a concert for his Far from Finished tour at the Cobb Energy Centre. Though it's called Far from Finished, this is the only date of the last eight that wasn't canceled or indefinitely postponed!"Gloria Allred, who you've no doubt seen on various national news shows, was on site. I got audio from Allred as well as one of the alleged victims, Kaya Thompson, her mother, and the protest organizer, Julie Mastrine of Care2.""Though I've worked professionally as a small town reporter in the past, I haven't done news in years, and I wasn't on the scene officially as a 'reporter,' per se, but an interested citizen and documentarian of some of the history of my city. I was also pleasantly surprised that when I told the people under 30 that I wasn't with a network, I was just a podcaster, their interest in speaking to me didn't wane. In fact they said they loved podcasts and were very enthusiastic."Hope you learn and enjoy." 26 minutes.LINKS: AJC: Protestors May Greet CosbyWSJ: Bill Cosby's Return to TV Canceled Use the little white buttons below to share this with the people you know.
53 minutes | Apr 28, 2015
49 - Howard Stern: "Podcasts Are for Losers!"
Howard Stern (not actually a guest)Allow a few seconds for buffering.Yahoo! player or right click HERE to download | Launch pop-up playerAnnouncer Brian Clark joins America's Favorite Talk Show Host (that's Art) to analyze the King of All Media's assertion that "Podcasts are for losers!"Art and Brian have toiled in both broadcast radio and podcasting, and they compare their firsthand experience to what Howard Stern describes. Is it true that to earn your wings as a broadcaster you need to go to terrestrial radio? Are the opportunities even there anymore? Or is terrestrial radio in its twilight? We discuss! 53 minutes.Art's comments: "If you're looking for a lot of screaming and name calling, 1995 shock radio style, then you're in the wrong place. If you want to hear a real conversation about the future of radio vs. the future of podcasting, then you're in the right place."When I heard Stern's 'podcasting is for losers' rant, I just had to weigh in with my experience of trying to break into terrestrial radio vs. what I've been able to do with podcasting. And Brian Clark was a natural choice to join in, since he knows more about the nuts and bolts of radio than I do."One listen to this episode should convince anyone, even Howard Stern, that podcasting is NOT for losers! No way!"If you like this episode (and even if you don't), say "Baba Booey" by sharing it with one of the white buttons below.
54 minutes | Apr 7, 2015
48 - Chet Wild Returns! (BONUS: Stu McCallister)
Allow a few seconds for buffering.Yahoo! player or right click HERE to download | Launch pop-up playerChet Wild returns to the Laughing Skull Fest, Atlanta and Art Howard at Night! Art once again catches up with Wild at the W Hotel in Midtown Atlanta. (Apparently there was turnover in the security staff and the new guys didn't know to keep Art off the premises.) They discuss various adventures Chet has had in the last year, such as: The status of his podcast with former American Idol host, Brian DunkelmanPerforming as a hologram at Comic ConHis upcoming live show Crowd Work: The Musical Michigan comic Stu McCallister is also in the room. As a bonus track, McCallister and Wild discuss the mental games and career obstacles that every career standup comic faces. 53 minutes. Art's comments: "After a drought of guests, I return with not one but TWO! Who's the man? Hint: I'M the man!"Chet again had some great stories to share. If you drew his career on a graph since our last meeting, it would be a continuing upward line. "You'll also enjoy, as I did, being a fly on the wall and hearing two comedians on the frontlines of show business discussing their trade. "Special congratulations to our previous guest Dulcé Sloan, who made it to 2nd place out of 72 comics at Laughing Skullfest!"Links:Chet WildStu McCallister Use the tools below to share with the fools you know.
44 minutes | Mar 23, 2015
47 - Glaze Your Eyes Over/Late `90's Radio Demo
Art in late `90's Carson Daly TRL style shirt.Allow a few seconds for buffering.Yahoo! player or right click HERE to download | Launch pop-up player"Mr. Positive" returns to tell you where he's been hiding since Halloween! Art gives you the behind-the-scenes details of his struggle to provide you with only the finest entertainment. Get the scoop on all the various blow-offs and cold shoulders he's endured in the name of entertaining you. Your breath will be taken away by how anyone could endure such morale-crushing indifference, yet rise again like a broadcasting phoenix!At the end, get a listen to Art's amazing 1998-ish aircheck from his stint as a talk show host in a small Northwest Georgia town. Hear his co-host mesmerized into a hypnotic trance by a professional stage hypnotist live on the air! 44 minutes.Art's comments: "You come here to be amused, not bummed out, but what can I do but tell you about what's going on?"As for the circa 1998 radio piece, which was my demo tape for a long time, I think I say 'hip-no-tist' about 20 times too many, BUT, all these years later I'm pretty proud of how slick it sounds. Yes, I'm pretty impressed with myself. Somebody's gotta be!"If you enjoy this show...ah, hell, you know what to do.
47 minutes | Oct 31, 2014
46 - Del Venicci, art rock band
Allow a few seconds for buffering.Yahoo! player or right click HERE to download | Launch pop-up playerWARNING: This episode is not for the musically tepid or incurious.Remember what it was like to hang out past midnight during the work week, drinking beer and listening to boundary-breaking music? Art had almost forgotten, too!Del Venicci chats with Art in the parking lot of their Monday midnight show at club 529 in East Atlanta Village. The band discuss their connection to Italian opera, Andy Warhol's influence on their creative philosophy, and finger painting. Interwoven with the interview are songs from the set. 47 minutesArt's comments: "When I saw Del Venicci's video for the song 'Shadow Braid,' I was quite impressed. Here was a band with not only a sonic but also an aesthetic vision, which virtually no band has today, and they were right here in Atlanta! As someone over 40 who is becoming accustomed to people under 32 not getting my references, I was also relieved when they knew who Bauhaus was."I don't know why I roll called every `80's alternative band in Atlanta I could think of, but I did. And I left out Impulse Ride and Liers in Wait. Music starts at about 9 minutes in." ((( In stereo, where available! )))Songs performed:Jungle ArmsLights OutLove SomeoneCantonese LuxuryContagion Del Venicci links:Haunted Hall EPVideo for "Shadow Braid"Performing "Contagion" on IndieATL.com529 bar in East AtlantaShow your friends you're hipper and cooler than they are by sharing this episode with the buttons below. Thanks!
65 minutes | Oct 10, 2014
45 - April Richardson, comedian, podcaster, "Chelsea Lately"
TV's April RichardsonAllow a few seconds for buffering.Yahoo! player or right click HERE to download | Launch pop-up playerChelsea Lately roundtable regular April Richardson makes the time to chat with Art. The Atlanta natives discuss the hick perception of their hometown, what the term "redneck" really means, and whether Los Angeles or Atlanta is the more truly segregated city.Then they get down to show business! How did a girl from East Marietta get to Hollywood? Will April be part of her old boss Chelsea Handler's move to Netflix? After the climax of her podcast Go Bayside! at the L.A. Podfest, what will be the topic and format of her next podcast?This show also introduces a new series of public service announcements called "The Internet Cares." 1 hr. 5 mins.Art's comments: "Interviewing a true TV personality, I decided the best approach was to just be myself - the same mistake I've made all my life! Really, though, it was quite nice of her to take the time to talk when she could be chatting with a huge name like Chris Hardwick. We may one day look back on this like an interview with a young Joan Rivers after her first few appearances on Ed Sullivan."April Richardson links:April Richardson.comGo Bayside! podcastYouTube channel with standupOn TwitterUse the little white buttons below to share this with the nuisances in your life! Thanks!
57 minutes | Sep 27, 2014
44 - Will "The Thryll" Phillips, comedian, author of "Hollywood Failure"
Allow a few seconds for buffering.Yahoo! player or right click HERE to download | Launch pop-up playerWill "The Thryll" Phillips spent six years in Hollywood in the unglamorous position of Production Assistant, schlepping coffee and sandwiches to the makers of Family Guy and other top shows. He also co-created a Web series called Murder Squad that got him into talks with Comedy Central and ABC.However, things didn't go as dreamed. Now back in central New York for the time being, he's written an e-book about his stint in Tinsel Town called Hollywood Failure, due out in October 2014. He talks to Art about where the dream went wrong, and where it goes from here.We also get a quick word with Cody Westlake, bowling shoe expert! 57 minutes.Art's comments: "If I got even 10 seconds of face time with a decision maker at ABC, I wouldn't stop talking about it for the rest of my life! Everyone should check out Will Phillips' Murder Squad Web series to see what credit cards and shared dreams can accomplish. The Thryll's story is certainly interesting, and I don't think we've heard the last of him. Maybe one day we can say this show marked where it all turned around."All this and a moment with Cody Westlake, bowling shoe expert? This show is gonna be HUGE!" Will "The Thryll" Phillips links:Will Phillips Comedy.comThe Thryll on TwitterComedians in Coffee Discussing WrestlingMurder Squad.netSpecial thanks this episode to comedic thespian, Duke Korey.TECHNICAL NOTE: There were some Skype issues in the interview. Look around it!If you enjoy this show, why not impose it on friends, family and co-workers using the tools below? Thanks!
23 minutes | Sep 5, 2014
43 - End of Summer, Back to School Special
Allow a few seconds for buffering.Yahoo! player or right click HERE to download | Launch pop-up playerWrap up your summer with Art!First, Art tells you about Jay Leno's recent concert in Atlanta, including how he thinks Jay really did nothing wrong the two times he took over The Tonight Show.Next, he recounts highlights of his Summer of 2014 in "How I Spent My Summer Vacation."Finally, it's an on-the-street report from Acworth, Georgia's "Love the Lake" festival. 22 minutes. Art's comments: "Come hear me make comedy jokes! This show illustrates why I could benefit from a professional caretaker."Love the Lake links:Lose a Finger Dog TreatsHealth Quest ChiropracticOne Screw Loose Jellies and RubsSuperior PlumbingIf you enjoy this show, tell the tools you know with the tools below. Thanks!
85 minutes | Aug 1, 2014
42 - Joe Toplyn, author; former writer/producer for Leno, Letterman
Allow a few seconds for buffering.Yahoo! player or right click HERE to download | Launch pop-up playerFour-time Emmy winner Joe Toplyn joins Art. Toplyn has been a writer for Late Night with David Letterman, head writer and producer for The Late Show with David Letterman, and co-head writer and producer for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. He has now authored a book called Comedy Writing for Late-Night TV. The comedy writing legend candidly answers questions such as:What was it like creating revolutionary TV in the early days of Late Night with David Letterman?Did the "GE Handshake" bit really end Letterman's chances of getting The Tonight Show?What famous Late Night bit nearly suffocated a fellow writer?How did Jay Leno turn the tables to become the new king of late night?Is the late night talk show obsolete in the Internet age? Mr. Toplyn also discusses his whirlwind months as head writer for the short-lived but infamous The Chevy Chase Show, and gives a few tips on how YOU can write funny! 1 hr. 24 mins. Art's comments: "I hope there's a section in Mr. Toplyn's book about how to ask a question without lots of stammering. I need to read it. You should buy it, too, because this guy let me talk his ear off for two hours. In the end I think the key takeaway from this show is: Carbon dioxide is heavier than air. Now, won't you please enjoy a hot towel?" Joe Toplyn links:Comedy Writing for Late-Night TV on Amazon Joe Toplyn.comToplyn's résumé on IMDB.comThe PIT class sign upRelevant video links:GE HandshakeLarry "Bud" Melman and hot towelsLetterman talks about Cycle dog food on Tonight ShowSuit of Alka-Seltzer
68 minutes | Jul 18, 2014
41 - Dateline: Los Angeles, 2014
ABOVE: Adam Carolla is NOT on this show! But he's in the picture.Allow a few seconds for buffering.Yahoo! player or right click HERE to download | Launch pop-up player Watching someone else's home movies is super-boring, huh? Well, on this show there's no video, yet Art yammers on about his vacation to Los Angeles for over an hour, anyhow! If you've ever wondered what it was like to attend the taping of a network television show, or to watch a live taping of the world's top comedy podcast, Art tells you about it in great detail. Shows discussed are:The Late Late Show with Craig FergusonThe Adam Carolla ShowConan starring Conan O'Brien Art also hit the Comedy Store, the Rainbow and the Whisky-a-Go-Go! (What's the six degrees of separation between Art, Comedy Store staple Don Barris, and Jimmy Kimmel? Listen and find out!) The show begins with a clip of Art's moment of recognition on the Eric Von Haessler show, where Art's interview with Vinny Bucci in episode #40 became a topic of much discussion. 65 minutes. Art's comments: "On my blog I wrote about some cultural observations I had about why California is the consistent leader in food, lifestyle, exercise, spirituality and entertainment trends. On this podcast I detail the more touristy side of things. "This episode very nearly contained an interview with Atlanta radio legend Eric Von Haessler, a chat from the Rainbow with Hard Rock Chick, and a backstage interview at the Whisky with an up-and-coming new L.A. band. None of the above happened. Fortunately my listeners are so used to disappointment they may not even know the difference. "By the way, check out my revamped resume site. Photo by Scott Housley Photography." If you enjoy this show, you have a masochistic streak. But also, share it with the tools below!
106 minutes | May 19, 2014
40 - Vinny Bucci, comedian and Onchi, space punk band
Vinny Bucci in 2014, looking very similar to 2015Allow a few seconds for buffering.Yahoo! player or right click HERE to download | Launch pop-up playerShow number 40 is our longest show ever! It's literally too much show! Rock 100.5/Atlanta's Vinny Bucci returns. He talks about the series of independent film roles he's had in the past year, which includes being directed by former Martin cast member Tommy Ford. He also candidly discusses the dismissal of Eric Von Haessler from the Regular Guys morning show. Next, ATL-based punk band Onchi (pronounced with a long "O;" own-chi ) discusses how they came together to create a space punk band with synth bass and sci-fi-inspired lyrics. Controversial changes at the largest college radio station in America, Georgia State University's Album 88, are also mused over. Four Onchi tunes are featured: "EYEz," "Tonight We Ride," "Class War !" and "Black Nougat." 1 hour 45 minutes. Art's comments: "I thought combining a comedian and band would make for a more interesting show. It resulted in the longest show yet! This will be great for a long walk or morning commute. "Eric Von Haessler's exit and the sudden changes in the Regular Guys show have been of interest to all Atlanta radio fans. I was surprised Booch knew as much as he did and discussed everything openly. He's acquired a pretty impressive film resume, too, in just the past couple of years. "As for Onchi, I've been addicted to their Soundcloud page for about a month now. My interview with them kind of reminds me of the clip of Tommy Smothers interviewing Pete Townshend, though. (I'm Tommy Smothers in that analogy.)" Links:Vinny Bucci's podcast, "The Boochcast"Regular Guys morning showOnchi on SoundcloudOnchi Facebook pageOnchi on BandcampArt's blog If you like this longer show, be sure to let everyone know using the tools below!
47 minutes | Mar 31, 2014
39 - Chet Wild, writer, podcaster, comedian
Allow a few seconds for buffering.Yahoo! player or right click HERE to download | Launch pop-up playerChet Wild has only been in the comedy game for five years, but in that time he's made extraordinary career strides. In his native upstate New York he was often MC at Buffalo comedy clubs, and became a frequent fill-in co-host on a legendary Rochester morning radio show, all while earning a Master's degree. Now in Los Angeles, he's trained in improv and sketch writing with top comedy troupes and performs before bona fide stars in clubs around L.A. He may currently best be known as co-host of The Dunk Tank podcast with former American Idol host, Brian Dunkleman. Art catches up with Chet while the comic is in Atlanta for the Laughing Skull Comedy Festival. The interview takes place at the luxurious W Hotel in Midtown. Then, stay tuned to find out why this episode was the most expensive to produce yet! 47 minutes. Art's comments: "This is definitely one of our best shows to date. As a Holiday Inn Express/Toyota Carolla kind of guy I felt a bit intimidated by the W and the line of Lexuses and Porsches in the driveway, but had a blast with Chet Wild. To say this guy will be a big success may be stating the obvious. Also, stick around for a tale from my George Costanza-ish existence." Chet Wild links:The Dunk Tank PodcastChet Wild official siteYouTube channel If you like this episode, share it on Facebook, Twitter, and your e-mail with the tools below. Thanks!
46 minutes | Mar 3, 2014
38 - Linda Cardellini, actress...
Allow a few seconds for buffering.Yahoo! player or right click HERE to download | Launch pop-up player...from 1997, before she became famous. Long, long ago Art visited a high school classmate in Hollywood and met his cute new friend. The petite brunette would go on to star in NBC's Freaks n' Geeks, as well as ER, Scooby Doo, Mad Men, and now New Girl: Linda Cardellini. Art digs into the vault and brings you the thrilling interview (about 1:00 long) where she talks about her budding career and first roles. Next, it's an epic tune from prog-jam band Iratowns called "Analogy." The live performance is from 2001 at Raleigh, North Carolina's Pour House. The guitarist/violinist of this band, Dan Campbell (link), went on to be part of country singer Buddy Jewell's band and was a world-traveling Nashville musician for over a decade. Art's comments: "This show is one long name drop. Those who know me personally have heard this Linda Cardellini story at least 10 times. Kind of a weak move pulling out a 17-year-old tape but hey, I'm keeping the podcast beast fed! Skip to 24:50 to hear the clip. "I was Iratowns' publicist for awhile and proudly got them write-ups in the Tampa Tribune, St. Petersburg Times and a Sarasota newspaper. To this day I think they're one of the best bands I've ran across, right up there with Led Zeppelin and everyone else. Although they broke up years ago, I still hope their music gets around. Please do listen for a great performance of one of their best songs." Links:New York Times review of Linda Cardellni's movie RETURN.Iratowns lives on on Facebook Share what you love! Let others know about this show with the tools below.
23 minutes | Dec 11, 2013
37 - Observe and Report: Mary Mac's Tea Room, Muppets-Lady Gaga Holiday Special, Twitter Embarrassment
The most whacked-out thing in TV history.Allow a few seconds for buffering.Yahoo! player or right click HERE to download | Launch pop-up player Art's back, and he's by himself! Except for your company, of course. Art takes a trip to Mary Mac's Tea Room, birthplace of the Civil Rights Movement (right?).He also asks the question, "Was the Muppets-Lady Gaga Holiday Special the sounding of the final horn before Apocalypse?"Finally, hear about how he may have embarrassed himself in front of the stars on Twitter.All of this and a look at your local forecast! 22 minutes. Art's Comments: "I'm one guest who never fails to disappoint. What's worst is this Art Howard guy talks so much that I can't get a word in edgewise." Relevant links:Mary Mac's Tea Room"Gaga's Muppet Thanksgiving Flopped Majorly" (Huffington Post)
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