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René Coman sits down with the original Troubled Man, Manny Chevrolet, over cocktails at the Ring Room, in the heart of an old-school New Orleans social haunt. Manny is an L.A. native who had been through the Hollywood wringer by his late 20s. He then moved to New Orleans to become a perennial candidate for mayor and make a feature film about it. René is a New Orleans native who's been in the music biz wringer since he was a child. They are the Troubled Men for Troubled Times.
 
Behind the Curtain: Broadway's Living Legends collects the wit, wisdom, and anecdotes of musical theatre's greatest artists from the Golden Age to Now. From actors to directors, designers to playwrights, press agents to general managers, this podcast is a celebration of the giants who helped shape the American Musical Theatre. Hosts: Robert W. Schneider & Kevin David Thomas
 
The Prison Post is a podcast interviewing leaders in the criminal justice reform, restorative justice, and social justice movements. In addition, we share the transformational stories of the currently and formerly incarcerated and highlight what CROP Organization is doing by reimagining reentry for returning citizens.
 
Mario Lopez sits down to have some fun, casual, in-depth conversations with lots of fascinating people ranging from celebrities, politicians, and news makers to everyday heroes, friends, and family. Mario also shares insights about his life as a husband and father, reveals never before heard stories from his past, and more!
 
Women’s empowerment is the “special” on Annmarie Kelly’s Victory Chicks Radio. These shows are less like interviews and more like two women enjoying a drink after work. You’ll feel like you’re part of the conversation as Annmarie chats with women from all different backgrounds and with varying experiences who have re-imagined and re-invented their lives. What you’ll hear is both revealing and fascinating. You'll get insider tips as each woman shares her “secrets for success” for overcoming o ...
 
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The critically-acclaimed Americana singer and bass player was a favorite of legendary producer Jim Dickinson, who hired her for his band and helmed her breakthrough solo record, “Anchors and Anvils.” Her latest “Painting Blue” album and five other excellent solo releases, in addition to collaborative projects Motel Mirrors, and The Wandering and Si…
 
JOIN OUR PATREON TO HELP KEEP BTC ON THE AIR SHOWS: Pump Boys and Dinettes, Steel Pier, Curtains Yes, she's Everybody's Girl but today she is all ours! Tony and Emmy Award-winning actress Debra Monk joins the boys to look at her incredible career which includes the Broadway productions of Pump Boys and Dinettes, Prelude to a Kiss, Redwood Curtain, …
 
The mastermind behind the Soul Brass Band and Smoker’s World is a percussionist, composer, actor, and MC, with mentors such as Ellis Marsalis and Shannon Powell. From his 20 years with Kermit Ruffins and the BBQ Swingers as drummer and de facto tour manager, to the multiple bands he’s founded and continues to lead, to his critically-acclaimed solo …
 
SHOWS: A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine, Titanic, and Wicked One of Broadway's most reliable character men, David Garrison, joins Rob and Kevin to look back on his time in such shows as A History of the American Film, A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine, The Pirates of Penzance, Torch Song Trilogy, Titanic, Wicked, The Visit, and of …
 
The Cowboy Mouth guitarist and singer started as the frontman of the Rat Finks turned Red Rockers, in the thick of the New Orleans punk scene. Hit singles (“China,” “Good as Gold”), MTV success, and exhaustive touring with U2, the Go-Go’s, and Joan Jett followed. John is obviously a kind and patient soul. That should come in handy with the Troubled…
 
SHOWS: City of Angels, The Goodbye Girl, Cinderella One of Broadway's most clever lyricists, Tony Award winner David Zippel, joins Rob and Kevin to look at the art of lyric writing (and which musicals every lyricist should listen to in order to be brilliant at their craft) and his collaborations with Barbara Cook and Nancy LaMott, and his work on C…
 
Guest Steve Berlin Steve Berlin- a producer, arranger, session player, saxophonist and member ofLos Lobos.Born in Philadelphia, he moved to Southern Calif. and quickly surfaced withthe seminal band The Blasters. Berlin officially joined Los Lobos in 1984 afterco-producing their 1983 EP ‘And a Time to Dance’. Berlin’s production, arranging and sessi…
 
Johnny is one of the most inspiring and transformed people we have had the pleasure of being friends with for over a decade. He graduated from CROP Organization's Alcohol and Drug Counseling Programs while incarcerated, served others more than anyone we knew in there, and strived daily to transform the culture of prison. Johnny was born in Hawthorn…
 
SHOWS: Pippin, Chicago, and Angels in America Their collaboration is one of the longest in theatre history and their brilliant lighting designs have enriched every show on which they work. Solo, Jules Fisher was the lighting designer on the original productions of Pippin, Chicago, La Cage Aux Folles and many more. Once Peggy Eisenhauer became his c…
 
By the time the North Mississippi Allstars guitarist and singer started playing with Hill Country masters R.L. Burnside and Othar Turner, he’d already received a firm grounding in roots music at the knee of his record producer and piano player father, Jim Dickinson (Big Star, Ry Cooder, Bob Dylan). Luther’s traveled the world spreading the blues ro…
 
This Week: Looking at the organization DANCERS OVER 40 which helps transition older dancers into the next phase of their career and Marc Bonnani's YouTube channel BROADWAY BY GHOSTLIGHT which offers viewers an entertaining look at musical theater past. Every week director Robert W Schneider and actor Kevin David Thomas pull back the curtain on negl…
 
Our guest on our show today is a world changer! On The Prison Post #24 we discuss a host of topics around restorative justice with Katherin Hervey! Katherin is an artist and filmmaker whose work focuses on those of us who live in the margins but refuse to be marginalized. She is interested in what is hiding in the dark crevices and corners of the A…
 
SHOWS: My Fair Lady (1976), Oklahoma (1979), On Your Toes (1983) "Many singers have lovely voices. Very few interpret lyrics the way they were meant to be sung. And Christine Andreas does just that.” While that compliment was paid by Hal David, we feel there is no greater introduction than that to the carismatic Christine Andreas, whose credits inc…
 
This week, Ali of Dungeon Fables joins Manny to give you their hopes and dreams about Patch 9.1 - Chains of Domination, and then take your questions. All that and more on this week’s For Azeroth! As always, our full show notes can be found at http://tgistudios.com/faz and don't forget to write in to fazpodcast@gmail.com, or let us know your thought…
 
The bassist and singer is a founding member of That Dog, the Rentals, and the Haden Triplets and a featured collaborator with Weezer, Beck, and Todd Rundgren. As the child of jazz great, bassist Charlie Haden, she and her siblings grew up immersed in music. The forthcoming album “Simon and The Astronauts featuring Rachel Haden” is the latest to spo…
 
This Week: An interview with Eddie Shapiro, author of A Wonderful Guy: Conversations with the Great Men of Musical Theater BUY THE BOOK HERE Every week director Robert W Schneider and actor Kevin David Thomas pull back the curtain on neglected, forgotten, and underappreciated musicals, as well as bizarre performances, endearing television appearanc…
 
SHOWS: Rent, Hamilton, 24 Neil Simon plays One of Broadway's most prolific producers, Tony Award winner Manny Azenberg, joins Rob and Kevin to look back on his producing career, discuss the process of producing for the legendary Neil Simon, and walk listeners through the ins and outs of producing and general managing in the 20th and 21st Centuries.…
 
Gin of Morally Grey joins Manny and we await news of 9.1. This week we talk about the Burning Crusade Classic Beta as well as several new ventures backed by Blizzard alumni. The conversation takes a turn into the many hobbies we enjoy outside of WoW. We also take several questions from listeners on this week's For Azeroth!…
 
The frontman for Stanley & the Undesirables led the legendary punk-country outfit that included, at times, George “the Max” Reinecke, Nicky Sanzenbach, Becky Kury, Alex Chilton, Clark Vreeland, and Pete LeBon. A lifelong Chilton friend and protege, Stanley has stalked the golden Memphis-New Orleans-Pensacola triangle for decades and knows where all…
 
This week's episode of The Prison Post Podcast features my colleague Jason Bryant. Jason's 26 years to life sentence was commuted by Governor Gavin Newsom a little over a year ago. On April 2, 2020, Jason was set free and a few days later his co-defendant, CROP's Executive Director, Ted Gray was freed as well. Our journey and friendship on the insi…
 
SHOWS: In Trousers, 42nd Street (2000), Oklahoma (2019) For over forty years New York audiences have had the great pleasure of watching three-time Tony nominee Mary Testa light up the stage with her brilliant work in such shows as In Trousers, Barnum, The Rink, On The Town, 42nd Street, Xanadu, Oklahoma, Marie Christine, Queen of the Mist, and Firs…
 
Ben is the Founder and Oakland Director of Soccer Without Borders, whose mission is to use soccer as a vehicle for positive change, providing under-served youth with a toolkit to overcome obstacles to growth, inclusion, and personal success. During our conversation, we discuss how Soccer Without Borders welcomes newcomers to the country and mitigat…
 
This week, Manny is joined by JaredRPG to discuss the continued fall out of the Hall of Fame boosting, undocumented changes from 9.0.5 and another round of layoffs. All that and more on this week’s For Azeroth! As always, our full show notes can be found at https://warcraftradio.com/ and don't forget to write in to fazpodcast@gmail.com, or let us k…
 
This Week: Celebrating Jennifer Ashley Tepper's new book and reviewing the documentary that focuses on the iconic Rose-Marie. KEVIN'S TRIVIA Every week director Robert W Schneider and actor Kevin David Thomas pull back the curtain on neglected, forgotten, and underappreciated musicals, as well as bizarre performances, endearing television appearanc…
 
The Grammy-winning trombonist, composer, producer, educator and member of the mighty Marsalis family along with father Ellis and brothers Branford, Wynton, and Jason joins the Troubled Men for a lively discussion of topics from the sublime to the ridiculous. A veteran of the Art Blakey, Ray Charles, Max Roach, and Elvin Jones bands, he currently le…
 
Welcome to the Prison Post! I’m excited about our guest for today's show. He actually had Jason and I on his Facebook Live show (The Parole Show) a few months ago. I first met Phil 12 days after I was released and again 90 days after I was released at the California State Capitol. We were fighting for various pieces of criminal justice reform legis…
 
This week, Manny and Joce talk about the Patch 9.0.5 and then take your emails. All that and more on this week’s For Azeroth! Make sure you check out the newest episode of The Council of Beerisfal, also in the For Azeroth! podcast feed. As always, our full show notes can be found at https://warcraftradio.com/ and don't forget to write in to fazpodc…
 
The Council was in session again, and they talked all things 9.1! Hosts from Merely A Setback, For Azeroth, Morally Grey Podcast, and Dungeon Fables get together to chat about Shadowlands. Find all of these shows on their sites and on Twitter! Merely A Setback: @setbackpodcast For Azeroth: @FAZpodcast Morally Grey: @MorallyGreyPod Dungeon Fables: @…
 
The notorious drummer and songwriter’s resume includes Tori Amos, Marianne Faithfull, Pat McLaughlin, and Dr. John. Carlo returns by popular demand to tell the epic tale of the Continental Drifters’ cross-country trek from L.A. to New Orleans and back that started it all. With Susan Cowsill, Vicki Peterson, Mark Walton, Gary Eaton, and Dave Catchin…
 
This week's bonus episode of incarceration stories features one of the most traumatic childhood narratives we've heard to date. Charles Carpenter grew up in the early era of gang violence in Los Angeles. He shared his story of becoming a gang member, going to juvenile hall, the California Youth Authority and a life sentence in prison to his transfo…
 
James is a Head Coach with Davis Legacy Soccer Club, located in the Sacramento area of Northern California, and is a fellow USSF C license candidate. During our conversation, we discuss the importance of building muscle memory, the lessons learned and advice for parent coaches, and how ‘soccer is life’ is more than just a saying. I want to remind e…
 
This week, Manny and Joce talk about the upcoming patch 9.0.5 including the return of valor points, and then take your emails. All that and more on this week’s For Azeroth! As always, our full show notes can be found at http://tgistudios.com/faz and don't forget to write in to fazpodcast@gmail.com, or let us know your thoughts over on Discord at bi…
 
This Week: Kevin discovers the 1962 film version of The Music Man and Rob discovers the antics of Jackie Hoffman Every week director Robert W Schneider and actor Kevin David Thomas pull back the curtain on neglected, forgotten, and underappreciated musicals, as well as bizarre performances, endearing television appearances, and all things show busi…
 
The G. Love & Special Sauce drummer discovered singer and guitarist G. Love in an empty Irish bar in his hometown of Boston. As a duo expanding to a trio, the hip hop/blues group hit with “Cold Beverage” on their first release, and it’s been a wild ride of world tours, records, and TV ever since. A New Orleans residency leading rock steady group 00…
 
Sam Lewis grew up in the 80’s in South Central Los Angeles, at a time when gang culture was at an all time high around that area. Sam was convicted of first degree murder at the age of 18 and was sentenced to 15 years to life. Sam was denied parole 8 times throughout his time in prison and eventually was released in 2012. Growing up he recalls havi…
 
This week, Manny and Joce give you their thoughts on the mechanics and lore of Patch 9.1 - Chains of Domination, and then take your emails. All that and more on this week’s For Azeroth! As always, our full show notes can be found at http://tgistudios.com/faz and don't forget to write in to fazpodcast@gmail.com, or let us know your thoughts over on …
 
Widely considered one of the top harmonica players in the world, the singer and songwriter has been making records, winning awards, and thrilling audiences since he was a teenager. Ricci spent time studying and playing with blues legends like James Cotton, Charlie Musselwhite, Johnny Winter, R.L. Burnside, and Howard Levy, and would come to be acce…
 
CROP Organization's Podcast, The Prison Post has been releasing a series of bonus episodes with the incarceration and freedom stories of the currently and formerly incarcerated. This episode features the story of Mannie Thomas' last day in prison after over 15 years of incarceration. He shares the deep emotions associated with leaving after so many…
 
Mya is the Creator of Sankofa Soccer Culture, LLC, a soccer brand that proudly celebrates and represents inclusivity, resilience, and black culture. During our conversation, we discuss her experience playing youth soccer as a person of color and how some tough situations early on in life prepared her for the future, the power of being vulnerable es…
 
The Bangles founding guitarist, songwriter, and singer has had an amazing career that includes work with the Americana supergroup the Continental Drifters, her duo with Susan Cowsill, the Psycho Sisters, and Action Skulls with husband John Cowsill and Bill Mumy. Tonight Vicki takes her chances with the Troubled Men. Topics include a Super Blow reca…
 
This week’s episode of The Prison Post features part three of a three part series with Ruben Gurrola. Ruben was born in Bakersfield, California. He was born in 1988 and is currently 32 years old. Ruben was arrested at the age of 23, and sentenced to 15 years to life. His original parole hearing was set for February 2024, but because of Proposition …
 
Welcome to episode 101 of the Full 90 Coaching Podcast. I am your host, Ted Steen, and today is our first ever Monday Message. These will be short, sweet, and to the point as we’ll be looking at the one piece of advice our guests have left for any coach and sharing our 2 cents on the matter. The first one message we’ll be discussing comes from Coac…
 
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