The SDR Show (Sex, Drugs, & Rock-n-Roll Show) w/Ralph Sutton & Big Jay Oakerson

The SDR Show (Sex, Drugs, & Rock-n-Roll Show) w/Ralph Sutton & Big Jay Oakerson

The SDR Show is a podcast that talks sex, drugs, and rock 'n roll. You'll hear from rockstars, pornstars, comedians, actors & people we just wanna chat with! Every show ends by asking our guests about their first experience with sex, drugs & rock n roll! Join us for an hour of craziness 2x every week on the SDR Show Podcast. It's free to listen so what are you waiting for? Tune in today! You can also subscribe via iTunes, Stitcher, iheartradio, or Google Play for free downloads each week or watch on YouTube. And if you like it please rate us 5 stars on iTunes - thanks! :) We've been featured in LoudWire, NME, Entrepreneur Mag and more so check it out! If you want more info email theboys@thesdrshow.com. Thanks again for listening!

Episodes

July 30, 2021 67 min

Hoobastank band members Doug Robb and Dan Estrin join Ralph Sutton and James Mattern and discuss amazing muppet songs, why Doug Robb doesn't age, the hot girls in the "Inside Of You" video, the 20th anniversary of Hoobastank's debut album, the name of the band "Hoobastank" and the meaning of the word, how "The Reason" effected how they wrote music going forward, Doug Robb and Dan Estrin's first c...

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Vixen band members Britt Lightning and Lorraine Lewis join Ralph Sutton and James Mattern and discuss how Britt Lightning came to join Vixen, starting to play music at 15 years old, Lorraine Lewis' time with Femme Fatale and her decision to leave that band to join Vixen, rock being a boy's club, encountering male groupies, Britt Lightning and Lorraine Lewis's first concerts, first drug and first sexual experiences and s...

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Kip Winger, solo artist and member of the band Winger, joins Ralph Sutton and James Mattern and they discuss Kip Winger getting into music at around 7 years old, taking ballet and martial arts classes, working with Alice Cooper, the last minute change to the band's name, Winger's appearance on Beavis and Butthead, Kip Winger's interest in classical music and what he's accomplished in that genre, Kip Winger's fir...

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311 band members Nick Hexum and P-Nut join Ralph Sutton and Big Jay Oakerson and discuss 311 maintaining the same band members since 1991, their song Beautiful Disaster being featured on Guitar Hero, the 311 cruises and P-Nut's first time seeing stand up comedy, the band's RV catching fire on tour, being one of the firsts to mix genres of music, the numerology surrounding the band, how P-Nut got his nickname, the beef betwe...

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Monster Magnet lead vocalist Dave Wyndorf joins Ralph Sutton and James Mattern and they discuss the drastic change in music in the 60s and 70s and Dave Wyndorf's passion for FM radio, Monster Magnet's choice to release a "cover" album, how Monster Magnet got its name, making fun of the rapper Mase in a video, the connection to a Marvel character, Dave Wyndorf's story behind Space Lord, his first concert, drug an...

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Brittany Furlan Lee joins Ralph Sutton and Dave Landau and they discuss Brittany Furlan Lee and Tommy Lee's paranormal experience in their new home, Brittany's early Vine success, why an old relationship resulting in her quitting comedy, working with Logan and Jake Paul, how Brittany and Tommy Lee first met, being an advocate for homeopathic medicine, Brittany Furlan Lee's first concert, first drug and first sexual expe...

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Simon Kirke, from Bad Company and Free, joins Ralph Sutton and Big Jay Oakerson and they discuss Simon Kirke growing up in a home without electricity or plumbing, how he taught himself to play the drums, how he got his big break at a local pub, playing in front of over 600,000 people at 21 years old, Simon Kirke getting sober and playing his first sober gig with Ringo Starr, meeting Bob Marley before he came to the US, scoring movi...

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Yuhua Hamasaki (from RuPaul's Drag Race) joins Ralph Sutton and Big Jay Oakerson along with drag makeup artist Rain (from Fairplay Imaging) for a special competition episode...The SDR Drag Race! Rain works magic when she glams up GaS team members Dylan Negri, Tanner Williams and Matty Jesterskulls to see who will win Queen of The SDR Show! They are rated on first impression, roasting the other contestants and finally a lip sync...

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Def Leppard guitarist Phil Collen joins Ralph Sutton and James Mattern and they discuss performing with Chaka Khan, who is the most well-endowed in the band, Phil Collen being vegan for 35 years, Def Leppard being one of six bands with 2 diamond albums, getting into music as a child and getting his parents to buy him a guitar, joining Def Leppard, the upcoming tour with Motley Crue, Phil Collen's first concert, first drug and f...

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June 28, 2021 37 min

SZNS, a Los Angeles based pop-quartet, joins Ralph Sutton and Geno Bisconte and they discuss the process of auditioning for SZNS, Spring, Summer, Winter and Autumn living together for longer than anticipated, writing their own lyrics and the conversational tone of their songs, a live performance of "Build A Boy," then each member of SZNS answer the firsts - their first concert, first drug and first sexual experience and so ...

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Counting Crows lead singer Adam Duritz joins Ralph Sutton and James Mattern and they discuss Adam Duritz's all star cast of ex-girlfriends, taking a break from performing for 7 years, rumors that Adam Duritz's dreads were fake and his decision to cut them off, Counting Crows playing at the Rock 'N Roll Hall of Fame, the song Mr. Jones popularity in strip clubs, dealing with Disassociative Disorder and how it hinders his...

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Danny Bonaduce joins Ralph Sutton and James Mattern and they discus Danny Bonaduce training with Chuck Norris and having a third degree black belt, fighting Jose Conseco, how Danny got into acting as a child, acting with Elvis Presley, what it was really like working on the Partridge Family, being homeless at 16 years old, getting married on a first date, his reality show Breaking Bonaduce, going to school with Michael Jackson, Dan...

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Nonpoint band members Elias Soriano and Jaysin Zeilstra join Ralph Sutton and Geno Bisconte and discuss the "crappy" history of Elias and Ralph's relationship, Jaysin getting shut down after reaching out to Ralph, Nonpoint creating their own label, how Jaysin joined the band, making a hard song work acoustically, stories of Nonpoint and Ralph on Shiprocked, whether Elias would ever cut his dreads, a live performance of ...

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Mike Vecchione, Josh Adam Meyers and Matty Jesterskulls join Ralph Sutton and Big Jay Oakerson to celebrate Shannon's birthday! They start off first by rating their own looks, then Ralph reveal's Shannon's surprise...which is a jacked male stripper and he ends up turning things (literally) upside down then the guys play an impromptu game to see who gets a penis hand to the face! Next up, Dylan joins the show adorned wit...

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June 11, 2021 70 min

Jon Gabrus joins Ralph Sutton and James Mattern and they discuss getting teased about their names, bromance texting, Jon Gabrus getting his first tattoo at 37, the time when he sharted on the set of 30 Rock, getting into the podcast game early, the Gino character on Comedy Bang Bang, taking karate as a kid, his podcast High and Mighty, his experiences on Drunk History, the Action Boys podcast, Jon Gabrus' first concert, first d...

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The Moon City Masters band members Talor and Jordan Steinberg join guest co-host Josh Adam Meyers, Ralph Sutton and Big Jay Oakerson and discuss more about Ralph's running, how the band got into 70s music, their love of wrestling, Dan Soder getting heat for the Macho Man Randy Savage documentary, a review of Jay's weekend in Austin, TX, how Ralph's creepy ways are helping others, being twins and getting mixed up by wome...

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Austin Meade joins Ralph Sutton and Bill Schulz and they discuss Austin Meade growing up with a Southern Baptist Youth Minister father, Austin's move to being a front man, the meaning behind the lyric "comfort is a hard drug," crazy stories from being on the road, the most recent live show they've played, the creation of their new album, Austin Meade's first concert, first drug and first sexual experience, a li...

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Vincent Pastore joins Ralph Sutton and guest cohost Mike Vecchione and they discuss Ralph's first time meeting Vincent Pastore at a charity auction event, his podcast with Goumba Johnny "Fuhgeddaboudit," roasting Ralph, how Vincent got into acting, his band "Gangster Squad," his new movie "The Birthday Cake," playing Angelo Ruggiero in the "Gotti" movie, working with Armand Assante, appearing on ...

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Tracii Guns (musician and founder of the L.A. Guns) joins Ralph Sutton and Bill Schulz and they discuss the super hot girls that were known to attend L.A. Guns shows, the creation of Guns 'N Roses, the psychology around the G major chord, the drama surrounding the ownership of L.A. Guns, their new album Checkered Past, Tracii Guns giving guitar lessons, Tracii Guns' first concert, first drug and first sexual experience and ...

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Ellen Stagg and David Byrd of the Hey Poopy podcast, Chris from Brooklyn and Lucy Sunflower join Ralph Sutton and Big Jay Oakerson for another fun in-studio competition - Smells Like Roses! Starting out with a control test, Ellen and Lucy both fart in Ralph and Jay's faces and the guys gauge what they smell like...the ladies then take fart pills that are supposed to make farts smell like roses. While they wait for the pills to ...

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