Tess Talks

Tess Talks

Everything running through Tessa Barrera's brain, poured out all over the microphone. Tessa Barrera is the co-host the Rod Ryan Show, on 94.5 The Buzz in Houston, Texas. Follow her on IG, Twitter, TikTok and Facebook @tess1tess2

Episodes

May 11, 2022 26 min
I guess since I can't really move around, I'll sit my ass down and record a podcast.
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They say you shouldn't meet your idols, hopefully phone interviews don't count.
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I start this podcast of medicated and focused...then life jacked me up!
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March 4, 2022 28 min
This episode is quite literally a manic rant, enjoy.
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Damn it feels good to be a gangster...I mean homeowner***
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Get up ya sons of bitches...Tessa loves you!!!
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This is what happened when 2021 stopped being polite and started getting REAL. LOLZ.
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I dish with Anayeli about local Houston stories that gave us both nightmares.
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I made my friend hang out with me at the iHeart studios and as per usual, we had a blast!
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I sit down to get to know influencer, Arica Sky and it ends up being a tell all therapy session. KHOU reporter, Anayeli Ruiz was supposed to just sit and observe but the gossip was too good! I hope y'all enjoy this podcast as much as I enjoyed hanging out with some truly amazing (and hilarious) women.
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October 11, 2021 17 min
The story of how 2 dudes and chick from Corpus Christi got into the biggest party in Vegas for free.
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TRIGGER WARNING: This episode talks about suicide.
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TRIGGER WARNING~ This podcast episode discusses suicide. I have spoken to Leanne's husband and he has given me his blessing to talk about what happened. It is always the my aim to make people smile, so telling her story is completely out of my comfort zone. Help is available 24/7, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255 if you are someone you know needs help.
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August 26, 2021 16 min
The Astros rule, was I a young gold digger, and who is your pickle plug?
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August 26, 2021 8 min
Tessa Talks to Haylie Duff: Mom, Business Ambassador, and Movie Star. Check out more at the Rod Ryan Show blog: https://ihr.fm/38iGFn6
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July 13, 2021 17 min
Tess talks with Dan Reynolds, lead singer of Imagine Dragons about upcoming work, music, a video game project in development and touch on some personal loss and challenges.
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Landon was my favorite #Bachelorette contestant this season! Too bad he was sent home on the first episode... Learn more about Landon and what he's up to now! #Houston #TessTalks #Specs
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I still wanted to come through in overtime!!!
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May 11, 2021 17 min
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