Keaton Eckhoff from “Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story” national tour talks theatre, the road and shooting a Trojan condom commercial when he goes Beyond the Mic.
She always caffeinated, overuses the hyphen and is a very bad artist. Her book “We Can Be Heroes” is available now. Author Kyrie McCauley takes a Beyond the Mic Short Cut.
The short timers in Texas gave him the term and Bill Kurtis is on the case of the “Cold Case Files” on A&E. Bill takes a Beyond the Mic Short Cut.
After a 7.8 earthquake stopped an attempt of climbing Mt. Everest he didn’t quit. Two years later he summited. Author Jim Davidson of “The Next Everest” on this Beyond the Mic Short Cut.
He loves travelling in India, once sold dollar bats in Fenway, author of “The Last Green Valley” Mark Sullivan joins us for a Beyond the Mic Short Cut.
Take an outlaw, add in a small-town sheriff, and sprinkle in a record-setting drug bust and you have “Witnessed: Borderlands”. Host & Producer Rob D’Amico tells us why you should listen as he goes Beyond the Mic.
If things go bump in the night, are you terrified? Steve Shippy, paranormal investigator is on the case in “Shock Docs: Ed Gein – The Real Psycho” and he goes Beyond the Mic.
W. Earl Brown wanted to be in movies because of Halloween, Star Wars and Animal House. His latest film is American Sausage Standoff and he talks about it Beyond the Mic with Sean Dillon.
When he was in 2nd grade he said he wanted to become a cartoonist, proud Greek-American author of “Trubble Town” Stephan Pastis goes deep Beyond the Mic.
Comedian Ron Sexton is on tour now and heading near you bringing Donnie Baker and his crew to you. We talk about replay in pro sports, pork pistols social distancing and more as he goes Beyond the Mic.
It’s about thinking about the future. Guest Host Dave Fernandez talks about Star Trek with Rod Roddenberry about the centennial celebration of what would have been Gene Roddenberry 100th birthday.
She once went dumpster diving for a check, accidentally set off her panic alarm in her sleep, daughter of a Korean War vet and Eartha Kitt, we thank author of “Eartha and Kitt: A Daughter's Love Story In Black & White” Kitt Shapiro takes a Beyond...
A quarterback’s murder is part of the adversity Karr high school coach Brice Brown faces in author Kent Babb’s book “Across the River”. Kent stops by for a Beyond the Mic Short Cut.
General Wesley Clark and Wes Clark Jr attempt to untangle the massive mess which is our financial system, government, politics and climate change in their film "Hot Money".
She thinks peacocks are beautiful, clears her head at the Eno River at Turtle Hole and is afraid of climate change. Author of “Yoke” Jessamyn Stanley takes a Beyond the Mic Short Cut.
Comedian Chris Gethard talks about his midlife crisis job, entertaining his son during quarantine, & how much would it take to never listen to the Smiths ever again when he goes #BeyondTheMic
Bill Maher can’t say his favorite word on the air, likes to think on Mulholland Drive and his last meal would be spaghetti and meatballs. Bill takes a Beyond the Mic Short Cut.
She’s won awards, but desperately wants a role in any Star Trek property. Mira Sorvino talks “The Girl who Believes in Miracles”.
Roger Bennett thinks Max from Hart to Hart is underrated, would love to relegate Man U & Man City and stops by to talk his new book “(Re)born in the USA.
He’s covered aviation, space, railroads and the auto industry. His latest project is “I Survived a Crime” on A&E. Gio Benitez takes a Beyond the Mic Short Cut.