• Sarah Jones of AU for Separation of Church and State

    Oct 17, 2014 | 15 min
    NASHVILLE: Sarah Jones of Americans United for Separation of Church and State will be doing a talk this coming Sunday, October 19, 2014, at Brookmeade Congregational Church, UCC. We talk religious upbringings and branching out, contemporary issues including Marriage Equality and Women's Rights, and the stigmas that AU often faces.
  • Lee Camp on Redacted Tonight, Project Censored, Political Comedy and Touring

    Oct 16, 2014 | 15 min
    Interview with Lee Camp. Lee Camp's stand-up comedy has been featured on Comedy Central, ABC's Good Morning America, Showtime's The Green Room with Paul Provenza, Al-Jazeera America's election night coverage, Current, the BCC's Newsnight, E!, MTV, and Spike TV, and headlined over 500 college shows. Lee and Ron talk about his new show on RT America, Redacted Tonight, Project Censored, Political Comedy, and touring. http://www.leecamp.net
  • Sexism on Family Feud, Wells Fargo Employee E-mails CEO for Raise, Guest Lee Cam

    Oct 16, 2014 | 55 min
    We've got a jam packed show today! Rob Haynes gives us a Sports update, Eddie Clark gets us up-to-date on NASCAR and Johnny Dam checks in with a DAMage Report. In Pop Culture we talk the Foie Gras ban in California, sexism on Family Feud in Australia, and the Wells Fargo employee that calls for a company-wide raise for workers by e-mailing the CEO and 200,000 employees. Finally, today's guest is Lee Camp, a comedian who has a new show on RT America, Redacted Tonight. http://www.leecamp.net
  • Dean Madonia's Frankenstein

    Oct 15, 2014 | 38 min
    Dean Madonia is a prog-rock musician originating from Michigan. Dean has spent time in Florida and now makes Nashville his home. Dean recently developed the album "Shadow to Shadow," a concept album about Frankenstein. We talk about concept albums, prog, touring, Marilyn Manson's beginnings, writing songs in Nashville, working on Music Row and come up with a few new slogans for Dean and his guitarist, Val. We listen to a track from the album and Dean and Val treat us to a live performance.
  • Internet Addiction, Kesha, Prog-Rock Artist Dean Madonia

    Oct 15, 2014 | 52 min
    Angie Dorin checks in with a Monkey Minute. In Pop Culture we talk the Google Glass addiction case, are we addicted to Internet and our phones? We also talk Kesha's lawsuit against her former producer, Dr. Luke. Today's guest is Dean Madonia, a prog-rock artist who recorded the album Shadow to Shadow, a concept album about Frankenstein, perfect for Halloween!
  • Horror Recs, Sports, Rob Saves the Day!

    Oct 14, 2014 | 15 min
    This morning in the studio the archives went out. We count on the archives to edit the podcast. Fortunately for us, Rob Haynes was a machine with a new Vex, a sports report and the second installment of 30for31, a list of the best horror movies on Netflix Watch Instant compiled by Rob himself! Enjoy this very Rob-centric summary!
  • Native-American Comedian Homer Shadowheart talks Columbus Day, The Debut of 30fo

    Oct 13, 2014 | 31 min
    Krish Mohan checks in with another FFON. We debut Rob Haynes' new Halloween segment, 30for31, a segment where Rob gives horror movie recommendations based on what is available on Netflix Watch Instant. Later, given it is Columbus Day, a day that the show is not a fan of, we speak to Native-American Comedian, Homer Shadowheart. Homer talks about growing up with Columbus Day and Thanksgiving from a his perspective and then we dive into Homer's story. He is a touring comic with cancer. He was given 2 years to live back in 2006. Doctors are baffled as to how he is still alive. We talk about life, love, death, family, comedy and more. Ron decides that from now on every second Monday of the month ...
  • Frank Schaeffer on Religion, Skepticism, Community, and Connecting as People

    Oct 9, 2014 | 24 min
    From his website: Frank Schaeffer is a New York Times bestselling author of more than a dozen books. Frank is a survivor of both polio and an evangelical/fundamentalist childhood, an acclaimed writer who overcame severe dyslexia, a home-schooled and self-taught documentary movie director, a feature film director of four low budget Hollywood features Frank has described as "pretty terrible." He is also an acclaimed author of both fiction and nonfiction and an artist with a loyal following of international collectors who own many of his oil paintings. Frank has been a frequent guest on the Rachel Maddow Show on NBC, has appeared on Oprah, been interviewed by Terri Gross on NPR's Fresh Air and ...
  • Ebola, Saturday Morning Cartoons, Redbull Lawsuit

    Oct 9, 2014 | 48 min
    Rob Haynes checks in with a Vex on people taking too long, Johnny Dam with another DAMage Report and Angie Dorin with a Monkey Minute. Eddie Clark gives us a sneak peak on what to expect in Charlotte with the NASCAR Minute. In Pop Culture we talk Redbull and the loss of Saturday Morning Cartoons. Finally: Ebola. We take a look at the hysteria, we does it all mean? What do we know so far with all of the conflicting perspectives and analyses?
  • Sports Report and Ron Ponders Today's Mixtapes, the Mainstream, and IBMS Music D

    Oct 6, 2014 | 20 min
    Due to Ron being amidst strings of college dates IBMS has had music days, shows that are more dedicated to music versus talk. Ron explains music days, reflects on what he's learned so far on the college tour, and ponders what constitutes today's mixtapes. Rob Haynes checks in with a Monday Morning Sports report.
  • Anniversaries and Relationships! October, Mediums, and Sports!

    Oct 3, 2014 | 18 min
    This month marks anniversaries for both Paulina and Ron with their respective Sig-Os. They talk acknowledging anniversaries and how they initially met their partners. October, stray cats, mediums and more all pop into the conversation. Rob Haynes also checks in with Thursday's Sports Report!
  • Donald Trump on Twitter, Worst US Accents Tourney and more!

    Oct 2, 2014 | 51 min
    Rob Hayes gives us a vex on early mornings, Eddie Clark checks in with a NASCAR minute. In Pop Culture we talk the couple that gave a server a $100 since he was overworked, and we take a look at the tournament of the "worst" accents in the US...Who will win? Boston, Louisville, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore and more are all on the list. Later, Donald Trump's Twitter debacle.
  • Lena Dunham, Wal-Mart Blames Tracy Morgan for Injuries, ISIS Update

    Sep 30, 2014 | 44 min
    In Pop Culture we talk Lena Dunham not paying her openers, National Coffee Day and more. Later, we take a look at Wal-Mart blaming Tracy Morgan for his injuries in the accident involving their rig--because he wasn't wearing a seatbelt. Finally, ISIS and is the US a "hawk" or "dove" nation? Ron expresses concerns over the trend in regards to escalating violence.
  • Ian Anderson, Hong Kong Protests/Victim Shaming in PA, Family Guy Simpsons Cross

    Sep 29, 2014 | 51 min
    Krish Mohan checks in with another FFON and Rob Haynes gives us a Sports update. Angie Dorin chimes in with another Monkey Minute. In pop culture we talk the Family Guy/Simpsons crossover, later we talk the Hong Kong pro-Democracy protests and the PA woman who was blamed for her rape. Today's guest is Ian Anderson, front-man of the legendary classic rock band, Jethro Tull.
  • Interview w/ Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull

    Sep 29, 2014 | 7 min
    Interview with Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull. Ian will be performing at the Ryman Auditorium October 1 and is currently promoting his new album, Homo Erraticus. We talk the new album, the recent departure of long-time guitarist Martin Barre and his new project, and album art and the delivery systems of music today.
  • Interview w/ Alexander King

    Sep 25, 2014 | 44 min
    Alexander King is a pretty busy recording artist these days. After combining different genres including country, Southern Rock, and rap, his involvement in "The Big Smo Show" on A&E could be an opportunity for a bigger break in the mainstream. We talk music, labeling sub-genres, the A&E show and more. Ron and Paulina are on the road so Greg lead this in-studio interview. Sadly, due to scheduling conflicts, Greg will no longer be a co-host on the show. Alexander and the crew gave him a nice send-off by playing an unreleased song right in studio!
  • Interview with the Danberrys

    Sep 22, 2014 | 26 min
    Ron chats with Ben and Dorothy, a husband/wife duo that make up the Nashville-based Danberrys. The Danberrys are a little bit of folk, bluegrass, americana, with some blues inspired guitar work. The three talk Americana Fest (where Ron and Ben met), music, recording, the Ryman, touring, and balancing a creative and personal relationship. NOTE: This is the interview only. This originally aired on the Indie Bohemians Morning Show on 107.1 FM on 9/22/14.
  • Preview of Fall Shows, People's Climate March, Net Neutrality Update

    Sep 22, 2014 | 44 min
    Krish Mohan checks in with another FFON followed by a weekend summary DAMage Report from Johnny Dam. In Pop Culture Paulina gives a summary of shows to look out for coming to TV this fall. Later, we discuss why the media ignored the People's Climate March and a Net Neutrality update.
  • Teen Facing 2 Years for Lewd Photo with Statue? Also, Sports, DAMage, NASCAR, Su

    Sep 18, 2014 | 42 min
    In PA a teenager posted a photo with him on top of a Jesus statue acting out fellatio. He faces 2 years in Juvenile potentially. While insensitive and in poor taste, does this reaction seem a bit harsh? In Pop Culture we talk a follow up on Surge, it's already sold out, also a joint rolling job. Johnny Dam checks in with a DAMage Report, Eddie Clark with a new NASCAR minute, Rob Haynes with Sports, get your Thursday send off!
  • Interview w/ Joe Purdy

    Sep 17, 2014 | 21 min
    Joe Purdy is a Los Angeles-via-Arkansas based singer/songwriter. We talk his collaborations with Billy Bragg, which includes shows in Ferguson during the protests, the upcoming Americana Music Fest, when it's time to leave home and when it's time to come back. NOTE: This is the Interview only and originally aired on the Indie Bohemians Morning Show on 9/17/14. http://joepurdy.com/ http://www.facebook.com/IndieBohemiansRFN http://www.radiofreenashville.org
  • Kent State Urban Outfitters Shirt, Starbucks and Tattoos, Republicans Block Equa

    Sep 17, 2014 | 44 min
    Angie Dorin checks in with another Monkey Minute while Rob Haynes gives us a Vex on Pumpkin flavored things, FALL! In Pop Culture we take a look at the Kent State sweatshirt from Urban Outfitters, visible tattoos at Starbucks and more ridiculous acts by Wal-Mart. Later, Republicans blocked the Equal Pay Bill, why?
  • Interview w/ Justin Wade Tam of Humming House

    Sep 16, 2014 | 15 min
    The Nashville-based Indie/Folk band Humming House will be performing at this year's Americana Music Fest. Ron got a chance to chat w/ singer/guitarist Justin Wade Tam. NOTE: This is the interview only. Originally aired on the Indie Bohemians Morning Show on 9/16/14. http://noisetrade.com/humminghouse http://www.radiofreenashville.org http://www.facebook.com/IndieBohemiansRFN
  • Surge Soda is Back, CoverGirl Ad Activism, Comedian Bubba Bradley

    Sep 16, 2014 | 45 min
    In Pop Culture we talk the CoverGirl Ad Photoshop job against Roger Goodell, Robin Thicke, the new U2 album on peoples' phones, and more! Later comedian Bubba Bradley joins we talk comedy, the road, his new album, and the resurgence of Surge!
  • Adrian Peterson, Ray Rice Response, Olive Garden Challenge Update, Orange is the

    Sep 15, 2014 | 49 min
    In Pop Culture we discuss the Orange is the New Black writer filing for divorce and Hannah Storm's response to Ray Rice, we also give more details about our very own Olive Garden challenge! Later, we take a look at the Adrian Peterson child abuse issue and discuss the concept of discipline. Johnny Dam checks in with a DAMage Report, Krish Mohan gives us some noodles, Eddie Clark gives us the NASCAR minute while Angie Dorin gives us a Monkey Minute. Rob Haynes rocks a Vex and a Sports Report. We love our contributors!
  • Olive Garden Challenge, Movie Recs and Ray Rice

    Sep 9, 2014 | 44 min
    In pop culture today something interesting happened...We developed an Olive Garden challenge! Olive Garden is offering an all-you-can eat pasta promotion for 49 days for $100. Ron, being slightly cynical and not an Olive Garden fan (he described them as the Denny's of Italian Cuisine), said he could likely provide that amount of food for the same budget. Paulina challenged him to rise, er, I guess cook, to the occasion. They're currently developing a challenge that involves alot of spaghetti, be on the lookout for more info. We also take a good look at the Ray Rice Debacle. What does this say about violence? With the proper help could anything be salvaged from their relationship? From an NFL...
  • Jack the Ripper Identified, Tribute to Joan Rivers, ISIS news and the controvers

    Sep 8, 2014 | 49 min
    We welcome a new Sports segment from contributor, Rob Haynes. Krish Mohan checks in with another FFON. In pop culture we pay tribute to Joan Rivers and Jack the Ripper has been identified. Later, we take a look at ISIS and what action may be in store and also an analysis of the controversial letter written by former owner of the Hawks NBA Team.
  • Ted Alexandro pre-Late Late Show, Game of Thrones Update, St. Patrick's Day Para

    Sep 4, 2014 | 46 min
    Today's guest is Ted Alexandro who is gearing up for his appearance on the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson tonight! (9/4/14). We talk comedy, TV, politics, and Ted's new web series, Teacher's Lounge. In pop culture we talk Adam Levine on the Tonight Show, View co-hosts, updates on Game of Thrones, and a GLBT group will be permitted at the NYC St. Patrick's Day Parade. Also, another DAMage Report with Johnny Dam and we welcome Eddie Clark's NASCAR Minute to the show!
  • Wrongfully Accused: Is it Time to Abolish the Death Penalty? Also, a Vex on Happ

    Sep 3, 2014 | 40 min
    After 30 years in jail the McCollum brothers were found innocent of a murder they were accused and found guilty of in 1983. There was virtually no evidence linking them to the crime in the first place. One of them was on death row...Is it time to abolish the death penalty? On a lighter note, in pop culture we talk the new Nightcrawler movie and have a Hotsauce Vexation on happiness.
  • Billy Bragg for Labor Day, Leaked Celebrity Nudes, Yes-Means-Yes Campus Sexual A

    Sep 2, 2014 | 42 min
    In honor of Labor Day we revisited an old Billy Bragg interview from the vault. In Pop Culture we discussed Jennifer Lawrence and other celebs getting their phones hacked and naked photos leaked. Later in the hour we take a look at the Yes-Means-Yes Campus Sexual Assault Bill.
  • Mo'Ne Davis, MTV VMA Awards and Ferguson, Best Apology Cake Ever

    Aug 25, 2014 | 42 min
    In Pop Culture we take a look at pitching sensation Mo'Ne Davis, the Ferguson address at the MTV VMA awards, where an unlikely Bohemian supports MTV. Later, we address the cake that has gone viral on Reddit and the parents that sent it. Finally, sending well wishes to those impacted by the Earthquake in Northern California.
  • New Contributor ROASTS the Bohemians

    Aug 22, 2014 | 9 min
    Meet our newest contributor, Professor Pundit. This guy is a professor with multiple PhDs however he decided to spend his first segment roasting Ron, Greg and Paulina.
  • Closing on Ferguson, Mike Ditka on the Washington Redskins, Breaking Bad Video,

    Aug 21, 2014 | 43 min
    Rob Haynes gives us a Hotsauce Vexation on toning down the rhetoric. Also, our new contributor, Professor Pundit (Pun-Dee) roasts the Bohemians! In Pop Culture we look at Seinfeld's car, a Breaking Bad reunion sort of, and Mike Ditka on the Redskins' name. Finally, we close on Ferguson, how we as a society can learn and grow.
  • Is Taylor Swift's New Video Racist? James Foley Executed by ISIS, Rick Perry's M

    Aug 20, 2014 | 47 min
    In Pop Culture we dissect Taylor Swift's new video, have some movie reviews and talk about cell phones at concerts. Later, we address the tragic event in which American Journalist, James Foley, was executed by ISIS with the video posted online. In an attempt to not end on such a bleak note, we close with taking a gander at Rick Perry's Mugshot.
  • Facebook Satire Tag, ALS Water Bucket Challenge, Ferguson Follow Up

    Aug 19, 2014 | 44 min
    We talk the Facebook Satire tag, the ALS Water Bucket Challenge and the Simpsons marathon coming to FXX. Later, we take a much heavier turn with a follow up on Ferguson and what to make of the tragic situation.
  • Rick Perry's Indictment, SeaWorld, the Louisville Purge, the "Beige Agenda"

    Aug 18, 2014 | 44 min
    Krish Mohan checks in with an update on the apparent "Beige Agenda" during this week's Fork Full of Noodles. In Pop Culture we talk news at SeaWorld, the Louisville purge hoax and the man with the most piercings who was denied entrance to Dubai. Later, we take a look at Comcast lobbying the FCC and Rick Perry's indictment.
  • BONUS: Indie Bohemians Endorse Libraries!

    Aug 15, 2014 | 5 min
    In light of all that's been going on in the world this week, we wanted to take a moment to remind everyone of the importance of their local libraries. IBMS has started a campaign promoting local libraries and here is its first product.
  • Michael Brown Protests, Anonymous' Message, DAMage Report, Ron Learns a Lesson i

    Aug 14, 2014 | 40 min
    At a private speaking engagement last night, Ron learned an important lesson on not to be too quick to judge a group. Later, Johnny Dam checks in with another stellar DAMage Report, TRCC explores how we could get Edward Snowden back in the US and we take a look at the Michael Brown protests and the Anonymous message.
  • Media Response to Robin Williams, #IfTheyGunnedMeDown, Robots w/ Rob Haynes

    Aug 13, 2014 | 31 min
    We take a look at some of the media response to Robin Williams, the NWA shooting on set, #IfTheyGunnedMeDown campaign and to lighten the mood some, robot talk with Rob Haynes.
  • In Memory of Robin Williams, Amazon Kindle Unlimited, guest Dusty Slay

    Aug 12, 2014 | 43 min
    In memory of Robin Williams Ron recalls a story where he had an opportunity to meet Robin Williams but blew it, other comic friends were smarter. We also talk Amazon Kindle Unlimited and its relation to libraries. Finally, our guest is comic Dusty Slay and we talk Dusty's new album, hear some tracks from it, touring, weight loss, and Ron talks about being propositioned on stage.