Julie Sheetz has Covid. What began over a year ago with a high temperature has degenerated into a nightmare of hospital visits, mounting bills and unanswered questions. Please pass this episode along to anyone who refuses to get vaccinated or
Jeff Hanley is the host of two of the most popular Jazz programs on Public Radio. He joins me for an interesting hour that may have you thinking differently about how you run your life and career. Rather than passively waiting, why not invit
To anyone listening to the radio in the 1990’s, the afternoon ride home was not complete without tuning in Craig the Dog Faced Boy and Pork Chop on KUFO. They eventually broke up (Nothing lasts forever, especially in Radio) and the years follo
The words “Kids Stuff” are written in black magic marker on a cardboard box out in the garage. It’s all about being in the moment but once in a while it’s fun to throw the box open and unpack the memories.
Dwight Slade has always wanted to be a standup comedian. Whether sneaking into comedy clubs as a teenager with his best friend Bill Hicks, hanging out in Los Angeles with Sam Kinison or taking high level meetings for TV development deals, his
Podcasts can enlighten, entertain and sometimes even inspire. Mark Shifflett joins us to talk about how this show found its way into the writing process and onto his latest album. You can hear the rest of Mark's new album here https://marks
What would you do if a wild fire were bearing down on your house? Aside from your loved ones, what would you save and what would you leave behind? I was forced to make that decision when our town was evacuated in the wake of the worst wildfir
It’s a journey that began back in the 90’s after volunteering to help tune Pearl Jam’s drums. Each new experience and contact took him further down the rabbit hole and closer to his dream. Today he is the drummer for “Flock of Seagulls”. A
It’s been 3 weeks since I got the call to drive down to assist my 86-year-old father. In that time, I have been able to unpeel the layers of emotion that come with realizing that your father needs help and you are the only one in the room.
For a man who makes his living singing the Blues, he is amazingly upbeat. Monti Amundson talks about making ends meet during the Covid 19 pandemic. ******************************************************************* Wanna purchase some Big
Single Mother Danielle Heiland is making new memories while juggling a full time job ,quarantined with her three children. With a lot of creativity and a little social media, she not only manages, but thrives.
Quarantined newlyweds April and Roger talk about the stress of staying one step ahead of the Covid virus while watching their businesses screech to a halt. Romance has to take a backseat to more practical concerns and a three year old!
As the mother of Fire and Rescue and Healthcare workers and someone who works for the school system, Jane gives us a unique perspective on the ever changing state of the school year and why she is so proud of her “essential” children
It took a near death experience and a cancer diagnosis to make Eric Worley realize that “Someone was trying to tell him something”. A flowing figure appearing at the end of his hospital bed leads to a deep introspective conversation about mind
In a world, where all it takes for a life to run off the rails is “A GOOD REASON”, Casey Callahan chose to rise above his circumstances. Now, married and in his 30’s, he shares the challenges he overcame on the way to becoming a happily marrie
"Alone Again Naturally" In 1972 he was the biggest selling solo artist in the world, outselling even Rod Stewart and Elton John. As he prepares for his first first extended American tour in decades, we look back at how he has dealt with the ma
Maybe it is because I recently had a friend die. Perhaps it has something to do with my Mother in Law passing away last month. I am sure Tom Petty’s unexpected death last year might be playing a part. Then again, it could be nothing more tha
In another lifetime, I played drums in a band called “Whalebone”. Our lead guitarist/front man was a dynamic showman by the name of Dez Dickerson. After leaving the band in 1974 to pursue my newfound radio passion, Dez hooked up with an up an
Former Television anchor Reed Coleman's life has seen everything from the ultimate low of discovering her Mother's suicide to the exhilarating high of starting up her own business. Reed shares her personal journey with us reedcolemanvoice.com r
Matt Riedy welcomes change. His adventurous spirit has led him all the way to Hollywood, where he now earns his living trading lines with some of the most famous names in the business. The biggest risk is not taking any risk Here is what Matt
Undiagnosed Bipolar Disorder set into motion a series of events that derailed Travis's life and sent him on a journey of growth and healing. If you or someone you know needs help National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255 Lines For
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