Talia Keys stops by to play the Potty Break Song live and chat with the RFH crew about being a musician in Utah. Read a brief overview or listen to the whole interview below.
Bill: How did you come to be who you are? Talia: Growing up here and having an open minded mother, I was raised by a single mom and she supported my music from a very young age, bought me instruments. Bill: Always wanted to do music? Talia: Yeah, from a young age, or something. I was starving for attention as a child. So basically, just having to support a family and wanting to do music. But just the last six years I’ve been playing, I’d say professionally. Making money. Bill: You were telling me before you played the song, you’re actually able to support yourself doing music now? Talia: Because I live in my mom’s basement, the American dream! Gina: But she can buy gas, and she can buy lunch… Talia: Exactly! But yeah I do, this is what I do full time is music.
Bill: When you travel you travel with a band mostly? Talia: Mostly, yeah. This was my first solo thing where it’s kind of like I need to go cross-country but we can’t afford to go as a whole band so I went. But yeah my band Marinade is pretty much who I’ve gigged with for the last five years straight, relentlessly. Bill: And you still do stuff with that band as well. Talia: Yup, we’re playing this weekend and next weekend. Gina: You’re busy, I’ve got your website up. Talia: Tonight I’m going to see Elton John, but no tomorrow I’m playing at the Ogden Equinox festival. It’s kind of a local music festival that’s happening, low key. We party hard in Ogden, don’t tell Fox news.
Richie T. interviews Dawn Wells who played Mary Ann on Gilligan’s Island.
Richie T: What’s going on for you now Dawn? Dawn Wells: “You look around the world today and we were seven misfits trying to get along, And the world is broader than that but we are all misfits trying to get along...And there’s a different opportunity for each culture and we need to open our hearts a little bit. “
Dawn Wells is currently on her book tour for her latest book called What Would Mary Ann Do? : A guide to life
Radio From Hell interviews the charming Margaret Cho.
Bill: Did you just do a pilot?
Margaret Cho: I just did a pilot earlier this year with the wonderful people that worked on 30 rock with me well, I worked with them. Tina Fay, Robert Carlock, Matt Hubbard and so that ended up not happening and ended up doing something else. It’s.. uh.. more like I..I want to get back to doing standup comedy and getting back out there so the new show that I’m doing tonight is called There’s no I in team but there is a Cho in Psycho.
Margaret Cho is Performing September 11-13 at WiseGuys Comedy
Radio From Hell Interviews the Director Jeremy Seifert of the documentary OMG GMO. Jeremy Seifert explains crossbreeding and modification of GMOs (Genetically Modified Organisms.)
Director Seifert addresses the issues of agriculture and the negative effects of Round-Up on crops.“You have giant chemical companies now feeding us, and you have a chemical company like Monsanto trying to sell more chemicals: Round-Up is the most prevalent herbicide in the world.” Round-Up (a chemical pesticide) has been linked to Non-Hodgkin lymphoma, various forms of cancer, and Celiac Disease. “The GMOs have been quote ‘proven-safe’ from 3 month industry studies or industry-affiliated studies, and yet longer term studies are indicating that there might be serious health implications from GMOs.”
“We need to be awake to this issue, GMOs are not labeled in this country and most people don’t know what they are.”
OMG GMO is now out on DVD.
Lou Ferrigno talks to Richie T about being Michael Jackson's personal trainer, coming to this year's Salt Lake Comic Con, and much more!
Being Michael Jackson’s Personal Trainer
Well it was different because he [Michael Jackson] was so involved in music that he never really weight trained or exercised as much before. So when I was with him, I would give him a live regiment, like a routine so he could do it to retain his flexibility and stamina.
Going to Salt Lake Comic Con 2014
Well, I do a panel at the Con also, and I tell the fans to stay away from drugs, sex, and violence. That’s important because the fact that they come to a comic con that’s so positive, and you meet people, and make connections to celebrities, and there’s a Q&A. It’s always about walking away with a smile on your face instead of being depressed and doing the wrong things to yourself.
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