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50 minutes | Aug 11, 2016
Episode 11 - Horatio Sanz
Recorded at the lovely Bro-Bro Studios (his basement), actor/comedian Horatio Sanz joins the podcast to discuss his favorite Olympics events and how the pressure of being an Olympic athlete is similar (or not) to performaing live for an audience. We get the story of how he auditioned for Saturday Night Live, being pigeoned holed as an artist, and how people liked Chris Farley and Eddie Murphy handled the pressure of pleasing fans. Plus, comparing Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan, how Horatio came around to liking LeBron James again, and the pains of being a long suffering Cubs fan. Be sure to check out his podcast at http://www.hoorayshow.com/
11 minutes | Aug 7, 2016
Episode 10 - A Comedy Of Errors
After a bit of an unplanned hiatus, Seton gets you caught up with what has (and hasn't) been going on in the world of Seton Calling. He shares the unfortunate story of how an amazing vacation led to the destruction of two amazing interviews. But fear not, there is a ray of light at the end of this episode-less tunnel... Episode 11 of Seton Calling will be out later this week. Assuming of course, Seton doesn't screw that up too...
32 minutes | Jun 22, 2016
Episode 9 - Bryan Kienlen of The Bouncing Souls
We took a trip to Asbury Park, NJ for Punk Rock Bowling and caught up with Bouncing Souls bass player Bryan Kienlen. Bryan tells us an amazing story about getting tattooed by a punk rock legend. We also talk about the history and gentrification of Asbury Park, share memories of New York City, and how he got his start in both music and tattooing.
63 minutes | May 13, 2016
Episode 8 - Jamey Jasta of Hatebreed
If you are a fan of the Dan Patrick Show, then you know this man's voice well. Not only is Jamey Jasta the lead singer and frontman for the hardcore/metal band Hatebreed, he is also the composer to the original Stat Of The Day theme. In this episode, we talk with Jamey about surviving sabotage and politics in the ever changing music business, media misinformation, PC culture, and a whole bunch of MMA. Hatebreed's new album The Concrete Confessional was released May 13th, 2016 on Nuclear Blast. For tour information go to HatebreedVIP.com For a list of songs heard on the episode, go to SetonCalling.com
46 minutes | May 11, 2016
Episode 7 - Domenic 'Nicky' Palermo
Episode 7 with NOTHING vocalist/guitarist Domenic 'Nicky' Palermo. We discuss everything from the Philadelphia Eagles and MMA to beatdowns, jail time, death and the day you realized how awful human beings could be. NOTHING's new album Tired Of Tomorrow is out May13th on Relapse Records. Go to SetonCalling.com for a track listing from this episode.
53 minutes | May 4, 2016
Episode 6 - Tony Thaxton
May the 4th be with you, friends. Today we call upon our resident Padawan, and Motion City Soundtrack drummer, Tony Thaxton to discuss the grind of life on the road, the upcoming farewell MCS So Long, Farewell Tour, and his favorite Star Wars theories.
44 minutes | Apr 29, 2016
Episode 5 - Beach Slang
This band literally broke up AND got back together while I was making this episode. So strange. Either way, I'm stoked to have one of my favorite bands on the show. This interview is with 3/4 of the band Beach Slang. James Alex, JP Flexner, and Ruben Gallego were kind enough to sit down with my before one of their 150 shows at SXSW 2016. Go to SetonCalling.com for a listing of all the music heard in this episode.
31 minutes | Apr 25, 2016
Episode 4 - Ask Me Anything
Chaz and I discuss the passing of Prince and answer the questions from the voice mails you left at 844-F-U-SETON. Episode 5 with Beach Slang will be out later this week on Thursday. Upcoming episodes with Tony Thaxton of Motion City Soundtrack, Jamey Jasta of Hatebreed, and Greg Hetson of Circles Jerks/ex Bad Religion in the coming weeks.
27 minutes | Apr 18, 2016
Episode 3 - Zach Blair of Rise Against
We caught up with Zach at the Fat Wreck Chords SXSW showcase in Austin and discussed his humble beginnings in music, his time with Dan Patrick Show favorites GWAR, and his ascent to fame with Rise Against. Plus, I'm stoked for you to hear Zach's new side project called Drakulas.
39 minutes | Apr 13, 2016
Episode 2 - Fat Mike of NOFX
We caught up with Fat Mike of legendary punk rock band NOFX just before their show at SXSW 2016. The NOFX biography The Hepatitis Bathtub and Other Stories is in stores now.
29 minutes | Apr 11, 2016
Episode 1 - Introduction
Welcome to the debut episode of Seton Calling: The Only Podcast That Matters. This episode is a bit different, and is more of an introduction to the show, the people involved, and what you can expect from us moving forward.
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