The Police drummer Stewart Copeland joins Ralph Sutton, Big Jay Oakerson and Josh Adam Meyers and they discuss his nickname Stewdaddy, Foo Fighters Taylor Hawkin’s son Shane Hawkins following in his footsteps, all the rockstars who...

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Alan Tudyk joins Ralph Sutton and James Mattern and they discuss how to remember the correct way to pronounce Alan Tudyk’s name, his several voice over roles such as Batman, Alfred, The Joker, King Candy...

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Mike Figs joins Ralph Sutton and Big Jay Oakerson for a brand new gameshow – the Sexy Snatch Showdown. First they discuss Ralph trying to do voice over work and failing at it, the guys’...

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Edwin McCain joins Ralph Sutton and James Mattern and they discuss the weird coincidence that got Edwin McCain on the show, performing at the Grand Ole Opry, Darius Rucker of Hootie and the Blowfish helping...

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Bennett Matteo band members Jade Bennett and Gino Matteo along with go-go and burlesgue dancer and producer Trinity Starlight join Ralph Sutton and Big Jay Oakerson and they discuss getting stuck in an elevator, Bennett...

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The Nixons singer and guitarist Zac Maloy joins Ralph Sutton and James Mattern and they discuss The Nixons coming back from 17 year hiatus, Zac Maloy breaking his finger during a live show on stage,...

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Alana Luv, Jenna Love and Lucy Sunflower join Ralph Sutton, Big Jay Oakerson and Chris from Brooklyn in studio and they discuss how Luis dominates Ralph, Ralph falling down the stairs and a bunch more...

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Devo co-founder, co-lead vocalist, and bass player Gerald Casale joins Ralph Sutton and Zac Amico and they discuss Devo’s new song and video “The Invisible Man,” the early days of MTV, Devo and Gerald Casale...

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Emile Hirsch joins Ralph Sutton and Big Jay Oakerson and they discuss Emile Hirsch the movie “The Immaculate Room,” playing the character of Jay Sebring as Jesse James Hollywood in Alpha Dog, getting into acting...

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Beau Nair joins Ralph Sutton and Don Jamieson and they discuss when Beau Nair was born, the importance of white people moving and grooving, Beau Nair singing and playing all his own instruments, his genre...

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