Noel catches up with Paul Eiding, the very talent actor is probably best known for voicing Colonel Roy Campbell in the Metal Gear video game series and the Autobot, Perceptor, in the first Transformers animated show and The Transformers: The Mo
Noel catches up with Murray Foster. The bassist is one of the founding members of the Canadian band, Moxy Früvous. After the band went their separate ways, Murray joined Great Big Sea. Murray directed and wrote The Cocksure Lads, a movie about
Noel catches up with Peej, the lead singer of Punk Rock Factory. Their latest cover album, Masters of the Uniwurst, features the band's take on some of the most popular kids shows of the past five decades. They have also release an album of Dis
Noel catches up with Paul Robb. One of the founding members of the groundbreaking band, Information Society, whose latest album, ODDfellows, is the very first complete album to be released with a headphone version rendered in THX Spatial Audio.
Noel catches up with James Morrison. The talent actor is best known for portraying CTU director Bill Buchanan on 24. He starred in the cult TV show, Space: Above and Beyond. James had a recurring role on the Twin Peaks revival. James directed a
Noel catches up with Joe Urla. The talented actor is probably best known for playing Dugan on Seinfeld. Urla has had guest-starring roles on The Wire, The Americans, The Blacklist and so much more. Find out which Dick Wolf show he partnered wit
Noel catches up with Dennis DeYoung. The former lead singer of Styx recently released his final studio album, 26 East, Vol. 2. Dennis reveals why it will be his final album. We discuss why he never wanted to release solo albums in the first pla
Noel catches up with musician Chris Bostock, probably best known as the bassist/songwriter of the band, JoBoxers. The British band is best known in America for their song, "Just Got Lucky", which reached number 38 on the Billboard Hot 100. Chri
We're celebrating our fourth anniversary with DC Glenn, aka The Brain Supreme of the hip-hop duo, Tag Team. Their signature song, Whoomp! (Theres It Is) was massive back in 1993, reaching number two on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was brough
Noel catches up with Res. The amazing singer's debut album, "How Do I", is celebrating its 20th anniversary. The album features the songs "They Say Vision", "Golden Boys" and "700 Mile Situation". "How Do I "featured so many different styles of
Noel catches up with Jonathan Schmock. He is a performer, a writer, an artist, a director, and an editorial cartoonist. Jonathan is probably best known for his role as the Chez Quis Maitre D' in Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Which is celebrating it
Noel catches up with Graeme Clark from Wet Wet Wet. The Scottish band scored a number of hits on the UK charts and around the world. Their debut single, "Wishing I was Lucky", hit number 58 on the Billboard Hot 100. Their biggest hit, the 1994
Noel catches up with Steve Barton. The Translator frontman released his latest album, Love and Destruction, last month. Translator's signature song, Everywhere That I'm Now, was featured on their debut album, Heartbeats And Triggers. The album
Noel catches up with Glenn Medeiros, who had a massive worldwide hit in 1987 with "Nothing's Gonna Change My Love For You." Glenn had a number one song in 1990 with Bobby Brown in "She Ain't Worth It." He had three songs on the Karate Kid Part
Noel catches up with Bill Hanstock, the author of "We Promised You a Great Main Event," an unauthorized WWE history. We discuss the state of the WWE, the most important wrestler and moment of the last 40 years.
Noel catches up with William Christopher Ford, who played Dennis in Karate Kid Part 3. William's latest project, 52 masters, has him embark on a journey to learn 52 martial arts disciplines from 52 masters. Two of the masters Karate Kid fans kn
Noel catches up with Tony Ortiz, who was the lead singer of The Monroes. The band had a cult classic with "What Do All the People Know". Unfortunately, the band never released a full length album due to the shuttering of their record company. T
Noel catches up with Michael Cavalieri, who starred opposite Hillary Swank in The Next Karate Kid. Michael played Ned, the leader of the Alpha Elite. We discussed how he got the role, his experiences with both Pat Morita and Michael Ironside an
Noel catches up with Jeffrey Lee Campbell. The musician went from selling candy in a theatre to touring as Sting's guitarist on the "Nothing Like the Sun" tour in 1987-88. Jeff detailed the experience in his amazing book, "Do Stand So Close: my
Noel catches up with George Merrill and Shannon Rubicam, better known as Boy Meets Girl. The duo had a massive hit with "Waiting for a Star to Fall." The song top the Billboard AC charts in 1988 and reached number five on the Billboard Hot 100
Noel catches up with Sean Kanan. The actor returns to discuss his Emmy-nominated series, Studio City, which he also created. We discuss Sean's upcoming motivational book, Way of the Cobra, and how he came up with the idea. Naturally, we discuss
Noel catches up with Paul Hirsch, the Oscar-winning film editor of Star Wars. He has edited over 40 feature films, including The Empire Strikes Back, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Mission: Impossible, Planes, Trains and Automobiles, Footloose, Carr
Noel catches up with Stan Bush, the singer-songwriter behind the classic song, The Touch. The song was featured in animated film, The Transformers: The Movie, in 1986. Stan talks about the 80's movie that inspired him to write The Touch and whe
Noel catches up with Brad Hopkins, the bassist of the Canadian band, Chalk Circle. The band's biggest hit, April Fool, reached 22 on the Canadian charts. They received a Juno Award nomination for Most Promising Group at the Juno Awards of 1986.
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