His career started with “Clambake” when he was just 12. You know him from “L.A. Law”, “Major League” and “Psych”. Corbin Bernsen talks “The Farmer & the Belle” when we go Beyond the Mic.
Picking the top 20 books of 2020 is one hell of a job and Sarah Gelman is part of the team that scours books to find the best. She goes Beyond the Mic.
Ben Allen’s is living a double life. By day a construction inspector, by night heading up one of the biggest bands in Florida. He’s displayed his talents as part of Season 19 of NBC’s “The Voice”.
She loves chocolate ice cream, watched Hamilton over 10 times and loves tap dancing. Cami Clune from Season 19 of NBC “The Voice” stops by for a Beyond the Mic Short Cut.
New York native who spend years of gigging and then through the darkness. After a lifesaving stay in rehab, he now travels sharing music on the road with his family. The road has led to Season 19 of NBC’s “The Voice”
“Hard work gets you into the door, humility lets you stay.” There are some words of wisdom from Ryan Gallagher. Let’s go Beyond the Mic.
We talk cigars, the Bears, his new movie “My Dad’s Christmas Date” and a one man PCU show. Jeremy Piven goes Beyond the Mic.
Best invention ever made was the printing press, he dreads writing and thinks people undervalue love. Gary John Bishop’s latest book is Wise as F*ck : Simple truths to guide you through the Shi*tstorms of Life. Time to go Beyond the Mic.
Director of “Cut Throat City” RZA goes Beyond the Mic to talk about his new movie, the unity of the Wu-Tang Clan and his amazing cast.
She’s co-director of the Center on Wrongful Convictions of Youth at Northwestern’s Pritzker School of Law in Chicago. Her clients have been profiled in the Netflix Global series “Making a Murderer” Laura Nirider.joins us for a Beyond the Mic Short...
We’re joined on the Starline by retired American mixed martial artist and former Ultimate Fighting Championship Light Heavyweight Champion. His latest project is playing the coach and mentor in “Cagefighter” We welcome Chuck Liddell Let’s go Beyond...
He’s spent 50 years entertaining us on screen & stage. Actor John Ashton stops by to talk
“Once Upon a River” and what drives him on this episode of Beyond the Mic.
What do you do once you’ve won the Super Bowl? Join Fox, & the NFL network as commentator and write a couple of books. His latest “The Q Factor: The Elusive Search for the Next Great NFL Quarterback” is available now. Coach Brian Billick joins me...
She’s written New York Times Bestsellers, mother of four, motivational speaker and CEO of a company she built from nothing. She helped women dealing with grief, anxiety and more. Rachel Hollis is now dealing with it herself. The author of “Didn’t...
Andy explains how a former author of the “Pharmer’s Almanac”, a guide to the band Phish now is interested in election activism. He’s a Phishead, helped found Headcount in 2004 and has registered over 700,000 voters. Andy Bernstein goes beyond the...
One public university stands out providing services to its students, no matter their race or financial situation. Journalist / Author Andrew Gumbel takes a Beyond the Mic Short Cut to talk about the unorthodox success at a downtown urban university.
Health, confidence and social skills, the things our kids need today. In “Be All In: Raising Kids for Success in Sports and Life” Christie Pearce Rampone and Dr. Kristine Keane show insights on how raising kids with sports can help them succeed in...
Mother, daughter, and the project they have nurtured for years. Author Heidi Murkoff and her daughter Emma Bing discuss the “What to Expect” pregnancy podcast when they go Beyond the Mic with Sean Dillon.
He wanted to explore North Korea for their hidden gems, been all around the world looking underground. Author of “Bunker: Building For The End Times” we welcome Bradley Garrett.
The last movie he saw fully was Jojo Rabbit, turned a bar trick of memorizing where nude scenes were in movies into an empire. Mr. Skin aka Jim McBride joins me with a Beyond the Mic: Short Cut to talk about “Skin: A History of Nudity in the Movies”.