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Location: Nashville, TN
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We are an Independent Morning Show based in Nashville, TN. You can catch snippets from each day's episode here!

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May 18, 2017 10:48 AM PDT

Hayride Casualities are a folk-rock outfit out of Brooklyn with a new album, "Fossil Fuel Kid," coming out soon.

As the new album addresses issues of fracking, pipelines and environmentalism, Ron and Dan of HC discuss politics in art, resisting Bil Oil, and Dan tells a story about a clash with a venue owner in which the two decided Dan was more diplomatic than Ron would've been.

Hear their new single, "The Catskills Aren't For Sale."

Also in this episode: Ron gives another Whole 30 update and Angie Dorin rocks a Monkey Minute.

May 11, 2017 10:16 AM PDT

Mike Younger is a singer/songwriter and Environmental Advocate in Nashville, TN. Mike, along with other environmentalists in the Middle-TN area, are currently battling the oil and gas industry on prospective pipeline expansion. Being a farmer himself, Mike is aware of the dangers. Ron and Mike talk fracking, environmental issues, music, politics and delivering songs with a message.

Also in this episode: Ron shares more about his Whole 30 experience and Angie Dorin rocks a Monkey Minute.

May 04, 2017 11:08 AM PDT

Brett Detar is a musician and film composer. He was the front man for the pop/emo/rock outfit The Juliana Theory, whose success catapulted him into a world of touring and recording shortly after high school graduation. 10 years later the band broke up, but they'll be touring again to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the band's origin.

Being from western-PA, Ron was amidst their early following and attended many TJT shows. Ron and Brett discuss overcoming chapters closing in life, the band's break up, his work post-Juliana Theory and what to expect at the upcoming reunion shows.

March 23, 2017 11:34 AM PDT

Jim Vallely has been a television writer since the 1980s. His story begins with a potentially-life-as-he-knew-it-ending drug charge, making his way to New York City, living in a creative commune with Larry David, finding success as a comedian and auditioning with Jim Carrey and Richard Pryor, to writing for Golden Girls, Arrested Development and more! Don't ya wanna know how it all unfolded?

Also in this episode: Angie Dorin rocks a Monkey Minute and Ron rants about Game of Thrones and the Supreme Court. In his mind, he connects the two.

March 16, 2017 11:47 AM PDT

Maggie Rowe got bit by the extreme Christianity bug as a child and it implanted paranoia and fear. By 19, she was terrified of eternal damnation and checked herself into a Biblical-based psychiatric ward. Her book, Sin Bravely, chronicles her experiences in the ward. We walk through her story from childhood to entrance into the ward, and how she was able to overcome the dogma and evolve faith's role in her life.

Also, Angie Dorin rocks a Monkey Minute.

Ron gives a summary of a Japandroids concert, a religious experience as far as he's concerned.

February 23, 2017 11:36 AM PST

In honor of 2 new affiliates on the dial Ron revisits one of his favorite moments from the vault, the Billy Bragg interview. Ron and Billy discussed what socialism means in context in different countries, Americana, compassion and more!

Also in this episode, Ron talks about an upcoming music show, pushback from the Billy Bragg interview when it initially aired.

January 26, 2017 05:04 PM PST

Joe Sib runs a record label, does stand-up comedy, plays music, raises children and in his spare time breathes. He's the co-founder of Side One Dummy Records and via the skate parks in California discovered a world of music, creation and scene cultivation. Ron and Joe talk about skateboarding, meeting Ian MacKaye and Henry Rollins, the early days of Epitaph and Side One Dummy, Bad Religion, and then move on to the present: Joe's comedy career and fatherhood. Dudes geeking out about music, what what!

Also in this episode: Angie Dorin rocks Monkey Minute and Ron riffs on Slayer posting a Trump photo.

October 20, 2016 12:23 PM PDT

Svetlanas are an Italian punk band that tours the world relentlessly. Their front-woman, Olga, was banned from Russia. We talk about why (hint: it has something to do with that whole no free speech thing a la Pussy Riot). This interview was conducted in downtown Los Angeles after their show outside of the venue. At one point it is broken up by a police officer. Hear Ron negotiate with law enforcement!

More about the band:
The most dangerous band in the world.
-Dying Scene

I swear to God their approach to music is still gross and strong like a Vodka shot
-Malcom McLaren

Also in this episode, Ron Placone talks about the experience of seeing the band and Angie Dorin rocks a Monkey Minute.

July 21, 2016 10:04 AM PDT

Derek Sheen is a comedian. From his website: "Derek Sheen is a cuddly mess of insecurities, a gifted, one of a kind, storyteller. He’s quickly becoming a favorite among comedy fans all over the globe! He’s toured with Patton Oswalt, Brian Posehn, Janeane Garofolo and Rory Scovel! His debut album “Holy Drivel” was recorded by iconic metal producer Matt Bayles (Minus the Bear, Mastodon, Isis)" Since then Derek's pumped out his newest album, "Tiny Idiot", and is working on a book.

Derek's father was involved in organized crime. He specialized in enforcement, drug trafficking, and between stints in and out of jail served as a Government informant. Derek did not meet his father until his 16th Birthday, where he unknowingly served as his father's accomplice. At home, Derek had an abusive step-dad, and later, due to school not being for him Derek's mother unknowingly sent him to a Scientology boarding school. This was all before a Driver's License! Derek's had quite a life, we unpack some of it. Learn what it would really be like to have a Tony Soprano figure as a father!

Also in this episode:
Derek and Ron Placone met back in Seattle where Derek was one of the vets on the comedy scene and Ron was just getting started. Ron remembers times in the scene and early days on the road in the Northwest.

Krish Mohan rocks a FFON.

Angie Dorin checks in with a Monkey Minute.

February 04, 2016 10:49 AM PST

Dave Landau is a Detroit-based comedian. His life has been wrought with police brutality, drugs, suicide, addiction, and that was just before his 18th Birthday. He recently released his first movie, "The King."

In this interview, he opens up about his past, including his father losing his fortune as a result of the for-profit health care industry, being beaten up by law enforcement on multiple occasions, and what he did on Last Comic Standing that made Roseanne mad (had to make some of the topics light.)

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