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WaddaYaGonnaDo Episode Twenty-Two – Best Episode Ever!

Posted by on Apr 1, 2014 in 22) Episode Twenty-Two - Best Episode Ever!, Podcasts | 0 comments

wygdep22beetnI don’t know where to start.  Celebrity guests; revealing expose’s; wardrobe malfunctions; car chases; explosions; shocking confessions, and we catch more predators than you can count.  If you only listen to one episode of our podcast, This is IT!

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WaddaYaGonnaDo – Episode Twenty – It’s Business Time

Posted by on Mar 18, 2014 in 20) Episode Twenty - It's Business Time, Podcasts | 0 comments

WeddingTerryTerry and Hamm roll up their sleeves & get down to brass tacks.  What have they accomplished, where are they going, what is their mission?  They guys tackle these questions head on.  They also B.S., digress, and have a few laughs, while they discuss important issues like fascism, and how to deal with Hitler when you own a time machine.

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Episode Eighteen – Jonathan Brown

Posted by on Mar 4, 2014 in 18) Episode Eighteen - Jonathan Brown, Podcasts | 0 comments

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Meet Jonathan Brown, drummer, musician, composer, producer, and mystery writer.  He grew up with the guys, just up the hill on the same street as Terry.  He pursued his drumming, by going to school in California.  He now has a life in L.A., where he plays in numerous bands, and self-published a mystery novel, and an audio cd adventure for children.  This is the first podcast to be recorded at “the Reading Room”, in Hamm’s new co-op in Railtown.

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Episode Fourteen – R. D. Cane

Posted by on Feb 4, 2014 in 14 ) Episode Fourteen - R. D. Cane | 0 comments

Ep14RDtnMeet RD Cane, the man behind the camera. He started as a teenage crew member on the legendary Beachcombers. His continued work with the CBC allowed him to learn and hone a variety of filming techniques. He parleyed his repertoire of skills into a rock video career during the heyday of MuchMusic and MTV. When his health took a drastic turn, he chose a new path playing guitar and taking still portraits. Also the 1965-born guys discuss the winding down of ‘their year’, the Year of the Snake.

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