Prisca Campbell from Quark Expeditions joins Chris to talk about Polar travel, and the Antarctica trip Chris and his daughter recently returned from.
The Pop Culture Road Trip
Author/musician Paul Myers sits in for the full talking about his new book, “A Wizard a True Star – Todd Rundgren in the Studio”
Chris chats with Marc Hartzman about God (you’ll just have to read Marc’s new book) and AOL Weird News, plus King Kong in 3-D, the All Star Game and more!
Chris is joined this week by Joe Black from the Stuhr Museum in Nebraska, David Moye from AOL Weird News and Steve Coe, from Worn Free T-Shirts
Hal Lansky from the famed Lansky Bros in Memphis joins Chris to talk about making clothes for Elvis in a new book about the beloved establishment. Then its Al Rogers, a journalist reporting from the road, in Louisiana, talking about the BP oil spill.
Chris interviews writer/editor/UFO Researcher Lee Speigel about his current role at AOL Weird News. Then keyboard wizard Jordan Rudess of the band Dream Theater checks in from the road where the band is touring with Iron Maiden, to talk about his amazing new I-Pad app, “Morph Wiz.”
Chris talks with Saul Gonzalez and Isaac Mizrahi, the producers of the new KCET- Los Angeles documentary, “Things that Aren’t Here Anymore 3.”
Chris talks with music legend Willie Nile about his career (and recounts a moment the two of them shared in 1980) and then chats with Buck Wolf, the “Weird News” legend about his career as a journalist and current position at AOL News.
Singer/songwriter Seth Swirsky is Chris’s guest for the full hour, talking about his new CD, Watercolor Day. Renowned film director, Cameron Crowe, is a huge fan of the record himself: “Watercolor Day is a gorgeous pop puzzle, and every piece is perfection. It’s a rainy day classic, and a sunny day masterpiece.”
Chris speaks with the director of the historic Wheeler Farm in Utah, introduces you to a unique historian who traces historic racetracks and interviews Brian Butko about his book, “The Ship Hotel – A Grand View Along the Lincoln Highway”