Mic’d Anger Episode 6: Facebook Tournament of Awful Bracketology

March 20, 2013 at 1:23 pm

The debates have been heard and the final selections have been made.  I present to you, The Facebook Tournament of Awful Bracket loaded with compelling match ups of purely repulsive behavior. To help analyze the bracket, Pat Duffy joins me on today’s episode of Mic’d Anger.  He’s funnier than me.  […]

Mic’d Anger Episode 5: Facebook Tournament Of Awful Selection Show

March 13, 2013 at 3:25 pm

Because “Radio Broadcaster” is my chosen career, I am obligated (contractually bound, I think) to do a spin on the NCAA Tourney slated to start next week.  Many stations will do a bracket with competing rock stars, legends of rock, or guitarists, etc.  While that may all be fine and […]

Mic’d Anger Episode 4: I Put Butter In My Coffee

March 8, 2013 at 5:32 pm

No lie.  And it’s not even remotely terrible. My pal Don Coddington joins me on this episode of Mic’d Anger.  He’s the guy who introduced me to Bulletproof Coffee.  If you crave more focus and hate the mid-afternoon crash so many of us deal with everyday, let Don explain its […]

Mic’d Anger Episode 3: Destination: Reinvention

February 27, 2013 at 2:48 pm

I began my career at age 15.  My father worked at a variety of radio stations, and growing up I had the chance to spend a lot of time there.  When it came time for me to begin working part-time in Junior High, radio was the easiest thing to gravitate […]

Mic’d Anger Episode 2: The Grammy Recap

February 11, 2013 at 3:55 pm

Actually had fun on Twitter last night while forcing myself to watch “the biggest night in music.” So much to cover, and I do my best to do so in the latest episode of Mic’d Anger.  I’m joined by Columbia Records exec Jon Borris who provides some unique insight into […]

Mic’d Anger Episode 1: We Don’t Talk Anymore

February 7, 2013 at 6:47 pm

Inaugural episode of the Mic’d Anger Podcast featuring appearances from Ferris and Megan Carter. Can we maybe just engage in a conversation that’s more than 140 characters without an agenda? I’m socially awkward to begin with, but the dominance of our social media culture has made me even more lackluster […]