Sophie B. Hawkins
Emmy nominated singer/songwriter, activist and artist, Sophie is jam packed with talent! We covered everything from our hair, to her invention of 'omnisexual'.
What happens when a talk show desk wobbles? You head to Norm Abrams house! In the first ever traveling episode, we took the show on the road and interviewed legendary lead carpenter of 'This Old House' from HIS garage!
He is one of the most iconic and well-known comedians of all time, and he somehow said YES to coming on the show. From dropping out of high school to go into show business, to getting fired for insensitive jokes, we covered it all. In addition, Pete and I went on a field trip in search of celebrities, and. as you can imagine, things didn't go so well.
Stew Leonard Jr.
As the largest dairy farm in the world and recognized by "Ripley's Believe it or Not",
Stew Leonard's is more than just a grocery store. Stew Jr sat down with us and talked about the ups, the downs, and history of this American staple.
He's come a long way since his high school broadcasting days in South Carolina. He's the news anchor and co-host of The Today Show and a helluva nice guy! We talked about everything from COVID to colonoscopies, and had a GREAT fireside chat!
She's a CNN anchor and rock star journalist. Not only was she kind enough to stop by my garage for 10 minutes in the beach chair, but she also gave me Geraldo Rivera's phone number so we could call and ask him for mustache advice. Both, great sports and a fun interview.
"I just wanna STOP, and tell you what I think about you babe..'. You know the song from the 70's but that's just the beginning with this legendary singer/songwriter. What a talented and spiritual person Gino is. Such a pleasure to have him stop by for 10 minutes in what he called 'the sun chair'.
What a PISTOL. She is one of the stars of the hit ABC series 'A Million Little Things' and she was a blast! We enjoyed a beer, and debunked some rather awkward French myths,
He's not just a Talking Head, he's a Tom Tom Club founder and one of my favorite drummers! Chris stopped by to talk about his new book, and what it was like forming the band in the early days. We also called Tina (Weymouth)! This was the first COVID-Friendly interview, and was a blast!
Leta Powell Drake
This legendary broadcaster broke the internet when her wacky celebrity interviews emerged from the early 1980's. The clips went viral with 8 million views in just a few days. She's a hard person to track down these days, but I found her!