A podcast by Whiskey Riff for the country fan. On 'Whiskey Riff Raff,' Steve Gazibara and Wes Langeler give an unfiltered and unapologetic take on country music, life, and all the craziness that comes with it. Laugh with us. Rant with us. Drink with us.
The very talented Dylan Wheeler joins to the podcast to discuss his powerhouse voice, hammering the road, playing with (and drinking too much) with Koe Wetzel, his Evermore EP, getting altitude sickness on a Colorado hunt, the upcoming album, and more.
Rising star Dillon Carmichael joins the podcast to talk about his new album 'Son Of A,' working with Jon Pardi as a producer, growing up with John Michael and Eddie Montgomery for uncles, the phenomenal artists coming out of Kentucky right now, the bourbon scene, and more.
The great Jason Boland joins the podcast to discuss his phenomenal alien abduction concept album, 'The Light Saw Me,' coming up in red dirt scene, working with Shooter Jennings, songwriters vs entertainers, examining the existential nature of concepts like love and consciousness, fungi and more.
Jefferson White joins the podcast to discuss his journey as Jimmy Hurdstrom on the hit series Yellowstone, working with Taylor Sheridan, the immense talent of Ryan Bingham, learning how to rope and ride, stunt doubles, people yelling "shut the fuck up Jimmy" when he's walking down the street, the new 6666's spinoff, wearing boots, the Yellowstone soundtrack, hosting the new Yellowstone companion podcast and more.
The very talented Charles Wesley Godwin discusses his phenomenal new album 'How The Mighty Fall,' John Denver and growing up in West Virginia, playing his first gig in Estonia, the meteoric rise of Zach Bryan, fly fishing, college football, and more.
Logan Mize joins the podcast for a third time to discuss his new album 'Welcome to Prairieville,' his Coldplay cover, how artists can regret recording certain songs, his Opry debut, artists that should make a traditional country record, the struggling Kansas City Chiefs, and more.
Runaway June joins the podcast to discuss their epic "Catfight" prank on Luke Bryan, creepy DMs, their new Backstory EP, choosing the right single for radio, Natalie Stovall's dynamic addition to the band, hangover cures, pressure to conform to trends, the out of touch people in power on Music Row, and more.
Rich O'Toole joins the podcast to discuss the hotly debated beans in chili, alcohol and its effect on mental health, coming up in the Texas country scene, authenticity in country music, the term "Americana," the comparisons between pro baseball and making music, living in New York City, gambling, and more.
Jon Wolfe talks his new album 'Dos Corazones,' his writing retreat on the Mexican border, spending time Cabo, trading Wall St. for country music, Juan Lobo tequila, meeting Merle Haggard, and more.
Presented by Cinch Jeans, the great Tilden Hooper joined the Whiskey Riff Raff podcast for a great conversation on all things rodeo. We talked how he got his start in rodeo, despite not being from a rodeo family, the grueling nature of the sport, staying healthy and combating injuries, going one on one with a horse, buckle bunnies, mustaches, his appearances on Yellowstone, barfights, Texas hangover breakfasts, and more.
Aaron Watson joins the podcast to talk his new single "Crash Landing," his upcoming album, staying independent, Luke Bryan opening for him, the cookie cutter country music news outlets, the politics of the industry, how major labels are all about money, private gigs, covering John Mayer, the greatness of Charlie Worsham, Keith Urban approaching him at the ACM Awards, and more.
Cleto and Jason from Flatland Cavalry joins us to discuss their new album, 'Welcome To Countryland,' how the band got started in West Texas, Cleto's work with the Panhandlers, having nightmares about missing class, comparisons to Turnpike Troubadours, moving to Nashville, opening for Luke Combs, Crocs, meeting your heroes, and more.
Gary & Charlie of Muscadine Bloodline talk their new song "Dyin' For A Livin'," finding their identity with the new album, the good and the bad of being an independent band, the TikTok game, the price of fame, comparing yourself to others, staying present, the pride in discovering new artists, the success of 'Porch Swing Angel,' Gary's wedding, the Cubs debacle, utilizing your influence, and more.
Scotty McCreery talks tailgating at the Hurricanes game, the rules of day drinking, beating Darius Rucker at golf, J-Lo and his days of American Idol, accidentally bringing a gun to the airport, the headaches of flying, airport beers, his new album 'Same Truck,' George Strait and more.
The crazy talented Charlie Worsham joins the podcast to talk his new EP, 'Sugarcane,' the ins and outs of being a Nashville session musician, working on Eric Church's 'Heart & Soul' records, his sweat-soaked performance in Ernest Tubb Record Shop at 116 degrees, working with the great Jay Joyce, "Fist Through This Town" and the frustrations of making it in music, touring with Vince Gill and Old Crow ...
RC Edwards & Hank Early of Turnpike Troubadours discuss RC & The Ambers' upcoming album 'Big Country,' the pandemonium over a potential Turnpike reunion, "space cowboy warlock line dance music," the nuances of the Texas and Red Dirt scenes, hunting for Bigfoot in Oklahoma, baking bread, life on the road, the weirder the dive bar the better, Sublime tribute bands, how Oklahoma doesn't get credit for p...
Pecos Hurley joins the podcast to talk the origin of the band, the haunted attic in his new house, partying with Koe Wetzel, hangover cures, his old ESPN scouting report, his time in the Marines and why Hawaii has the best weed in America, watching "This Damn Song" blow up, post-show parking lot brawls, fans throwing stuff on stage, their upcoming album 'Cabin Fever' and more.
Brooke Eden discusses her decision to come out as a queer country music artist, the initial pushback from the powers that be, her new single "Got No Choice," inspiring others to come out, her engagement to longtime girlfriend Hilary, having too many drinks before a performance, opening up for Garth Brooks, Garth's dad strength, performing at the Opry with Trisha Yearwood, and more.
Fresh off a record deal, Kolby Cooper discusses his new single "Excuses," writing heartbreakers as a happily married man, blacking out with Koe Wetzel, playing private shows (AKA some rich guy's house), George Brett's phenomenal landscaping, Alan Jackson, "Cannonball," performing at bars underage, beer-drinkin' foreign exchange students, high school football, the struggles of being a Yankees fan, and mor...
The legendary Travis Tritt joins us to talk his iconic "WWE" style back in the day, his new album 'Set In Stone,' smoking in bars and payphones, still getting nervous before a show, inexperienced new artists, writing your own songs, "It's A Great Day To Be Alive," Twitter trolls, tequila shots with Guy Fieri, the career-changing advice Waylon Jennings gave him, recording with Dave Cobb, touring with Broo...
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BOB SAGET’S HERE FOR YOU is a podcast that is like no other— For one, this podcast has guests who are friends of Bob’s, or just really interesting people who many of you know and love. Secondly, this podcast is unique because it goes inside Bob Saget’s mind, and then quickly filters out through his mouth. Bob has a way of calming people he has conversations with as well as being entertaining and often informative. Bob talks with his guests with genuine empathy and humor, while reaching his unusually diverse audience that he talks to as a friend, Bob is the dad with great advice, the irreverent funny guy who’s always there when you need a laugh, and the free-associative Bob who goes off on crazy tangents then returns to the subject at hand, as serious or as comedic as it may be, to wrap up each episode in a way only Bob can do. Because he really does believe, “He’s here for you."
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According to the official story, on April 4th, 1968, a lone gunman assassinated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. That man, James Earl Ray, pled guilty and for most people the case was closed. The MLK Tapes, a new true crime podcast from the creators of Atlanta Monster and Monster: DC Sniper, explores rare recordings of eye-witness testimony and new interviews with people who were there to reveal the true story of the plot to kill Dr. King.
This is what the news should sound like. The biggest stories of our time, told by the best journalists in the world. Hosted by Michael Barbaro. Twenty minutes a day, five days a week, ready by 6 a.m.