Theory Of A Deadman singer Tyler Connolly and lead guitarist David Brenner join Ralph Sutton and James Mattern and discuss where the name Theory Of A Deadman came from, their Band Meeting podcast, their song...

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Ron Funches joins Ralph Sutton and James Mattern and they discuss Ron Funches voicing King Shark in Harley Quinn, getting married during the pandemic, wrestling in GCW and fighting Tony Deppen, getting into a better...

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Toad The Wet Sprocket lead singer Glen Phillips joins Ralph Sutton and James Mattern and they discuss Michael McDonald’s appearance on Toad The Wet Sprocket’s new album “Starting Now,” how Toad The Wet Sprocket came...

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Kyle Dion joins Ralph Sutton and James Mattern and they discuss Ralph witnessing a woman get hit by a car, Ralph’s date referral idea, Kyle Dion coming from a musical family, collaborating with Ja Rule,...

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Carrot Top joins Ralph Sutton and James Mattern and they discuss Carrot Top often playing himself in movies, his fight with Tom Green, picking the name Carrot Top, appearing on The Tonight Show with Jay...

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Tommy Davidson joins Ralph Sutton and James Mattern and they discuss Tommy Davidson’s book “Living In Color: What’s Funny About Me,” his origin story including being abandoned by his mother and being raised by white...

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Diamante joins Ralph Sutton and James Mattern and they discuss Diamante’s real name, finishing college during the quarantine, discovering her love of singing at 6 years old, being influenced by 80s music, Diamante’s new album...

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Grandson joins Ralph Sutton and James Mattern and they discuss how Grandson came to be featured on the Suicide Squad soundtrack, coming from musician parents, other names he considered before settling on Grandson, being born...

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Mr. Big singer Eric Martin joins Ralph Sutton and James Mattern and they discuss Mr. Big being one of the biggest selling bands in Japan, growing up as an army brat to a drummer dad,...

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Foghat drummer Roger Earl joins Ralph Sutton and James Mattern and they discuss the longevity of Foghat, how Roger Earl came to be on the cover on “Fool For The City,” “Slow Ride” appearing on...

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