Music

Drinking the Limeade w/ Lahna Turner

Lahna turner is one of the hottest comedians working the comedy circuit. With her hilarious songs and sharp wit Lahna holds nothing back as she shares insights and observations from her life as an ex-wife, mother, and the uncensored inner voice of millions of women.

Her one hour special titled “So.... I wrote a song about it” is available on Hulu and Amazon. She has appeared on NBC, Comedy Central, Animal Planet, Netflix, VH1, CMT, and truTV." she made her big screen debut in the award-winning indie film "teacher of the year."

Lahna has performs in top comedy venues and theaters nationwide and abroad including many tours for the USO.

Her three comedy albums, "If These Lips Could Talk" and "D!@k Jokes and Other Assorted Love Songs," and "Limeade" have received airplay at top radio stations across the country as well as national lampoon’s top 40 comedy countdown, and are currently in rotation on SiriusXM satellite radio.

Lahna will be performing at the 2017 Milwaukee Comedy Film Festival with Jill Michele Melean and Debra Wilson on Saturday August 5th at Shank Hall

Atheists Rock and Roll w/ Monster on Sunday

Steve and Tally Cass, founding band members of Monster on Sunday, join us on the podcast.  Monster on Sunday has been rocking the San Diego music scene, introducing a new wave of lyrical rationality to a thoroughly religious environment. 

Steve and Tally discuss their journey into atheism and how it has affected their music. We get an in-depth look at the narrative behind some of their songs and how it ties back to atheism.

 

Steve and Tally, believe in the merits of science, the virtues of critical thinking, and consider “faith” to be sheer folly. They are carving out their own atheist hard rock musical genre. During the interview we get to preview some of the songs off of their album “Baby Eater”.

Don’t miss this fun and entertaining interview with the very exciting up and coming atheist rock band!

Discussing Culture through Music and Comedy w/ Lahna Turner

Grammy nominated Lahna turner is one of the hottest comedians working the comedy circuit. With her hilarious songs and sharp wit Lahna holds nothing back as she shares insights and observations from her life as an ex-wife, mother, and the uncensored inner voice of millions of women.

Her one hour special titled “So.... I wrote a song about it” is available on Hulu. She has appeared on NBC, Comedy Central, Animal Planet, Netflix, VH1, CMT, and truTV." she made her big screen debut in the award-winning indie film "teacher of the year."

Lahna has performs in top comedy venues and theaters nationwide and abroad including many tours for the USO.

Her two comedy albums, "If These Lips Could Talk" and "D!@k Jokes and Other Assorted Love Songs," have received airplay at top radio stations across the country as well as national lampoon’s top 40 comedy countdown, and are currently in rotation on SiriusXM satellite radio.

Lahna joined us on the podcast to discuss her career as a comedian. Lahna brilliantly blends music with comedy. We are extremely honored to have had the opportunity to talk with Lahna. Don't miss this interview! 

Major Entertainer Mike H on the Eric Andre Show Experience

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Mike Hickey aka Major Entertainer Mike H is a seasoned entertainer and professional opening act. We had the honor of meeting Mike on the Eric Andre Show tour. He was the opening act each night and definitely had appropriate material representing that position.

During this interview, Mike discusses his experience on the Eric Andre Show live tour. Mike also discusses the work that he has done on the Tom Green Show. He has been working with Tom Green for many years and even fills in as co-host periodically.

Mike is also working on various other projects including the full length documentary “Where in the hell is the Lavender House? The Story of Longmont Potion Castle” that will focus on the popular anonymous prank caller Longmont Potion Castle.

Mike explains how his friendship with Gregg Turkington aka Neil Hamburger started and the various projects that they have worked together on over the years.

You can catch Mike at the upcoming Festival Supreme event that will feature acts such as Jack Black, Eric Andre, Fred Armisen, Maya Rudolph, Flight of the Concords, Sarah Silverman, and many more. This event will take place on Saturday October, 29th 2016. You can find tickets here. 

Mike is a hilarious comedian and a super nice guy. We were honored to have him on the show! Don't miss this interview!

Carolina Speaks

Carolina Peña, 17, appeared on “Equador’s Got Talent,” which is more like American Idol than America’s Got Talent. After a performance, one judge asked her if she believed in god.

She told the truth -  No.

“People don’t talk about this,” said Peña of atheism.

She was condemned heavily by that judge, followed by the others.

“My country went crazy. A lot of people supported me in my city. A lot of people supported me, more than I thought,” said Peña.

The judges received death threats. Peña feared for her life.

“I was very afraid just to go out into the streets. It’s very, it’s very dangerous in my country.”

Peña was at the mall eating the weekend the video of her went viral.

“This crazy person started following me and saying bad things about me, telling me I needed to believe in god.”

Months later, the situation has calmed down. Peña is casual about her fifteen minutes of fame.

“People forget about things,” she said.

She sees a change since her fiasco.

“A lot of youth stand up for themselves, like, ‘Yeah, I’m an atheist too.’”

On stage at the Reason Rally 2016, Penn Jillette suggested Pena was a “hero” to the cause. Peña response is more modest.

“They asked me a question and I responded.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cappadonna Discusses Bringing the Wu-Tang Clan to the Reason Rally 2016

Cappadonna on the Mythicist Milwaukee Show

Cappadonna has known the Wu-Tang Clan members since grade school in Staten Island, and he had even decided at the age of 15 that he could write and perform lyrics. It wasn't until 1995, however, that he made his recorded debut, appearing on Raekwon's Only Built 4 Cuban Linx album.

With that album, he became an official member of the Wu-Tang Killa Beez, and from there on out, he frequently appeared on Wu records. In 1996, he played a large role on Ghostface Killah's Ironman.

During 1997, his Wu affiliation continued, as he rapped on the Clan's second album, Wu-Tang Forever.

Cappadonna's solo debut, The Pillage, finally appeared in March 1998. Like any Wu project, the record featured RZA as the executive producer and cameos from a number of other Wu members, including Method Man, U-God, and Raekwon. Cappadonna has just released the sequel to his solo debut album entitled ”The Pillage 2”


The legendary MC remained active in the following years releasing mix-CDs, doing tours and joining Ghostface Killah’s Theodore Unit.  Cappadonna inked a deal with new indie label Chambermusik Records/Koch in 2008.

Cappadonna joins us to discuss the creation process of his music. We discuss the challenges that he has faced in his life and how he used his music to overcome these obstacles. He shares some insight into the formation of the Wu-Tang Clan and how their music has evolved over the years. We discuss the Reason Rally 2016 and what that means for atheism as well as the Wu-Tang Members that will be performing at the event. Don’t miss this interview!