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Kristi Lee steps out of the shadow of the Bob and Tom Show where she can start a new venture, beginning with this show, Kristi Lee Uninterrupted. This show will bring you interviews from people you may have heard of before and people who you may not know, but all of them have a story. Plus Kristi will touch on some news stories, as that is what she's known for.

Kristi Lee steps out of the shadow of the Bob and Tom Show where she can start a new venture, beginning with this show, Kristi Lee Uninterrupted. This show will bring you interviews from people you may have heard of before and people who you may not know, but all of them have a story. Plus Kristi will touch on some news stories, as that is what she's known for.
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Kristi Lee steps out of the shadow of the Bob and Tom Show where she can start a new venture, beginning with this show, Kristi Lee Uninterrupted. This show will bring you interviews from people you may have heard of before and people who you may not know, but all of them have a story. Plus Kristi will touch on some news stories, as that is what she's known for.

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Frank Caliendo: The Master of Voices Finds His Own

8/1/2018
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You are no doubt familiar with comedian Frank Caliendo’s work. You have seen him on the Fox Network, Mad TV, Fox NFL Sunday, Frank TV on TBS and more. His impressions of John Madden, President Donald Trump, Jeff Goldblum, Ted Knight, Morgan Freeman, Liam Neesen, and countless others have also made him a semi-regular on The Bob and Tom Show. On the podcast today we find out how Frank is changing his stand up act to be more Frank Caliendo and less impressions. Finding your voice isn't...

Duration:00:59:51

Stuff with Britt: Summer Lovin’

7/17/2018
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Not sure why I gave this show the Summer Lovin’ title, except it was a summer night and Britt, Tiffany and I tackled all kinds of topics including love. All kinds of love; self love, royal love (royal wedding), relationship love, fantasy love, you get the idea. We also discuss dieting and how Britt likes her food “on fire” literally! Have you ever heard of a drama eater? Me either, we learn about that in this episode. And for some bizarre reason we shared ideas for our own funerals....

Duration:00:59:26

Al Unser Jr & Gabby Chaves: Racing and the World Cup

7/3/2018
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Try interviewing two Indy Car drivers when one of them is from Columbia and Columbia is taking on England in the World Cup on the TV above your head! I had the honor of doing just that with todays show featuring two time INDY 500 winner Al Unser Jr and INDY car driver Gabby Chaves. While Gabby may be teaching Al a thing or two about soccer, Al is being paid to coach Gabby in everything racing. After retiring from a successful driving career, Al Unser Jr is now employed by Harding Racing....

Duration:00:48:16

Clayton Anderson: Making it in the Music Business

6/19/2018
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From a small town in southern Indiana to opening for Kenny Chesney and Keith Urban, Clayton Anderson is taking on country music. It hasn’t been an easy battle and he continues to fight but Clayton has the talent, drive and likability to make it big! Although he didn’t pick up a guitar until his senior year in high school he learned fast. He started a band while attending Indiana University in Bloomington but after college started working in the “real world” at a mortgage company and in...

Duration:01:06:15

WNAP Alumni: The Wrath of the Buzzard Returns

6/5/2018
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If you grew up in Central Indiana in the 70’s and 80’s you probably listened to WNAP. Cris Connor and his band of rebel “djs” changed the radio landscape and left a mark on many a listener. I would be one. I was in high school when I first heard “the Wrath of the Buzzard”. It was in your face, loud, exciting, topical, and the music: free form. It sounded like their parents were gone for the weekend and they could get away with anything, and they did. I was fortunate to sit down in the Bob...

Duration:01:26:10

Judi Powers: Jewelry Designs Inspired by Nature

5/29/2018
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After spending many years in the corporate world jewelry designer Judi Powers was ready for a change. She enrolled in a jewelry making class in 2002 and found her true passion. Judi has taken classes at 92Y, Jewelry Arts Institute, S.V.A. (School of Visual Arts in NYC), Brooklyn Metal Works and Studio Jewelers. In 2013 she earned her AAS Degree (Summa Cum Laude) in Jewelry Design from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. I had a chance to meet her recently and we discussed...

Duration:00:51:31

Dr. Sadie Allison helps you Tickle your Kitty!

5/22/2018
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As a doctor in human sexuality Sadie Allison has spent her career helping others find pleasure. What started as “free” advice in high school has led to her authoring 7 books and a thriving online retail store for adult “novelties”. Sadie shares with us how her mission began to help others in the bedroom. With the help of shows like Sex in the City the topic of pleasure is a bit less taboo. And Sadie has much to say about it. She will share some of the interesting things she has discovered...

Duration:00:50:51

Marilene Isaacs Kauffman: Shaking Up Her Karma

5/16/2018
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Karma, Dharma, Dali Lama, Free Will, Unconditional Love just a few of the terms we will cover on this weeks show. Marilene is a world renowned clairvoyant, intuitive therapist, spiritual healer and a long time friend. Her career includes features on popular radio programs including Chick McGee’s Podcast and documentaries. She has also hosted multiple radio and television shows. She actually shares a story about meeting Ted Turner and his hopes for a 24hr “good news” network. The basis of...

Duration:01:03:33

IN State Senator Jim Merritt: The War on Heroin and Opioids

5/8/2018
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We are scratching the surface on a tough topic in this episode, Opioids and Heroin addiction with Indiana State Senator Jim Merritt. Senator Merritt has undertaken the huge job of trying to kill heroin use in 5 years in his state of Indiana. He is 2 years into his fight and we talk about how far he has come and how much work still needs to be done. The opioid/heroin epidemic has hit almost all of us. No matter your race, economic status, religion, age we all know someone who has been hit...

Duration:00:59:55

Jimmy 'Mad Dog' Matis: Lessons in Bob & Tom History

5/1/2018
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Kristi has alluded to the fact that her mom has recently gone through a difficult time and that has meant an increase in her time away from the podcast. Plus we are honoring Morty's Comedy Joint, which always holds a special place in our heart because it hosted the first Kristi Lee Uninterrupted Live Show (and all the subsequent live shows). It is in forced relocation mode and has closed until the end to middle of Summer. So what better throwback episode than the time we went live with...

Duration:01:08:19

Auggie Smith: The “Most of Life is Good” Comedian!

4/24/2018
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I have known our guest this week for many years. Going back to his first appearance on The Bob & Tom Show and then again on the road with The Bob & Tom Comedy Tour. Auggie Smith has changed a lot. The man who exposed me to the wonders of a good chocolate martini and could party until it was time to catch a plane in the morning is now all grown up. He is the proud father of two lovely children and the husband of one. His comedy has grown up too. He now thinks about his audience and the...

Duration:01:02:35

Loni Love

4/17/2018
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Who doesn’t love an inspirational story? My guest this week has an incredible story. Loni Love started working on the line in a GM plant in Detroit while still in high school. There she found a passion for electrical engineering, which landed her a scholarship to Prairie View A&M University in Texas. While in Texas, she took the stage for the first time and fell in love with stand-up comedy, routinely getting gigs throughout college. Upon graduation, Love landed an engineering job in...

Duration:00:39:59

Stutz Artists: Debra, Laura & Jodie

4/10/2018
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There are so many talented people occupying this planet. On a recent Friday I was able to sit down with 3. Debra Fadely-Raber, Laura LaForge and Jodie Bailey represent just a few of the contributors to the Stutz Artists Open House April 27th and 28th in downtown Indianapolis. Each of these women has a specialty. Debra happens to be a photographer who likes to shoot many different things. She is married to photographer Kevin Raber and they had the most unusual wedding, surrounded by...

Duration:00:46:33

Stuff with Britt: Waxing, Panties, Millennials and More

4/3/2018
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For those of you familiar with Britt, Tiffany and I getting together on a semi-regular basis then this weeks show will not be a surprise. If you are new, hang on! A recent Friday evening found the three of us in Tiffany's beautiful new kitchen sipping wine. Out of the gate Britt starts with her “waxing” adventure since she is about to go on Spring Break. That leads to a discussion on underwear and one of Tiffany's most embarrassing moments. We also learn the interesting way Tiff uses to...

Duration:01:01:12

Jimmy Pardo: A Funny Man Doing Great Things!

3/27/2018
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On a recent Saturday I was lucky enough to sit down with one of my comedic heroes, Jimmy Pardo. Jimmy has appeared on “The Tonight Show”, “Conan”, “ The Late, Late, Show” and had his own special on “Comedy Central”. His signature crowd work (go see him LIVE!) led him to be Conan’s opening act at show tapings for the past several years. Along with field correspondent work and even co-hosting duties on Conan, Jimmy has also hosted numerous shows and specials for the Game Show Network,...

Duration:01:00:37

Nancy Noel: Artist, Philanthropist and Adventurer

3/20/2018
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Acclaimed artist Nancy Noel fought undiagnosed dyslexia as a child and was told by a teacher in 8th grade “she would be nothing”. Fortunately for art lovers everywhere Nancy was not swayed. She believes her learning disability actually opened the door for her amazing art work. She has painted animals on safari, African tribe men and women, Amish life, children, angels, favorite pets and more. Her paintings are owned by celebrities like Oprah Winfrey. Hang in prestigious museums: The...

Duration:01:09:05

Greg Warren: from Singlet to Standup

3/13/2018
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Greg Warren is no stranger to Bob and Tom Show fans. “Fluteman” Greg has made numerous appearance on our show and on comedy stages across the country. Hailing from St. Louis, MO, Greg was a two time state high school wrestling champion and an All American in college. His many years spent on the mat also inspired one of his more famous stand up routines, Fluteman. We learn how his teammates and coaches played a big part in his early comedy career. One that did not begin right out of...

Duration:00:58:16

Driver Kristian Aleixo: Racing Towards His Dream

3/6/2018
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We all know racing families like Unser, Andretti, and Foyt. What happens when you don’t come from one of those families or have the means to get a “ride” in the million dollar sport of auto racing? Kristian Aleixo shares with us the struggles of being an up and coming professional race car driver. His drive and inspiration is impressive. Kristian suffered through the loss of his mother at an early age, was haphazardly raised by an absentee father and even spent 75% of his high school years...

Duration:01:12:10

Henry Phillips: Comedy, Movies, Music & More!

2/27/2018
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Multi-talented performer Henry Phillips grew up on the outskirts of Los Angeles in a pretty normal suburban neighborhood with parents who are both actors. An accomplished touring stand up comic with critically acclaimed comedy albums. Henry’s career actually started as a singer/songwriter. We find out how he morphed that into a stand up act. Growing up so close to Hollywood it was not a surprise that he would someday venture into filmmaking. With a small budget and a few friends in the...

Duration:00:58:44

Drew Storen: Making it in the Big Leagues!

2/20/2018
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Drew Storen is one of only 6% of athletes who sign a deal to play baseball to make into the “Big Leagues”. As a relief pitcher he has played for the Washington Nationals, Toronto Blue Jays, Seattle Mariners and the Cincinnati Reds. Currently he is rehabbing successful Tommy John Surgery and hopes to be pitching again in 2019. He sits down with me and talks about how he beat the odds and become one of the 6%. Find out what his best experience to date has been in the majors. Learn what city...

Duration:01:06:22