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Mandy Ingber (Teen Witch)

I catch up with Mandy Ingber, best remembered for her roles as Polly in Teen Witch and as Annie Tortelli in Cheers and The Tortellis. Teen Witch is celebrating its 30th anniversary. We discuss the cult classic and her famous "Top That' rap. Mandy is now a The New York Times best-selling author of Yogalosophy: 28 Days to the Ultimate Mind-Body Makeover and creator of the yoga-hybrid DVD YOGALOSOPHY, is a celebrity fitness and wellness expert. Her twenty years of teaching experience have...


Eliot Sloan Of Blessid Union Of Souls

I catch up with Eliot Sloan, lead singer and founding member of Blessid Union of Souls. Blessid is best known for their hits, "I Believe", "Hey Leonardo", and "Let Me Be the One." Eliot talks about getting involved in music, the industry in general and what song of theirs almost was the theme to a 90's blockbuster movie. He tells me what celebrity mentioned in "Hey Leonardo" reached out to him. We also talk M.A.S.H. and baseball.


Dee Wallace (E.T. Cujo)

I catch up with the legendary Dee Wallace, best known for her portrayal of Mary in E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. Dee Wallace has earned her 200th movie credits having just wrapped production on "Await The Dawn," as well as "Critters Attack, and " Rob Zombie's "3 from Hell." She is now the only living actress with 200 movie credits. Dee talks about the amazing directors she's worked with including Zombie, Peter Jackson, and Steven Spielberg


Aamer Haleem (Host Of VH1's Bands Reunited)

I catch up with Aamer Haleem, host of VH1's Bands Reunited. The show was one of my favorites featured on the former music channel. The podcast had the pleasure of interviewing band members who were featured on the show like The English Beat, Information Society, The Motels, and Haircut 100. Aamer talks about his experiences filming the show and which bands were his favorites. He also reveals which other bands were on the list to be reunited.


Catherine Mary Stewart (The Last Starfighter, Night of the Comet)

I catch up Catherine Mary Stewart. The 80's icon is best remembered for her roles in The Last Starfighter, Night of the Comet, and Weekend at Bernie's. All three are celebrating anniversaries. The Last Starfighter is finally getting a sequel! We discuss the legacy the movie. Soap opera fans will remember Catherine as the original Kayla Brady on Days of Our Lives. Catherine talks about the transition from soaps to movies. Catherine recently was featured in the sci-fi movie Imitation Girl.


Top Soundtrack Songs Of The 90s Part 1

The Hustle's Jon Lamoreaux is back as we count down our favorite soundtrack songs of the 1990's. This episode is songs 11-20.


Andy Rourke (The Smiths, Blitz Vega)

I catch up with Andy Rourke, who is best known as the bassist of The Smiths. In a span of just five years, The Smiths became one of the most influential bands of the last 40 years. Andy talks about his time in the band. Naturally I asked the question on every Smiths fan's mind. Andy has a new collaboration with Kav of the Happy Mondays called Blitz Vega. He talks about how the project came about.


Ellen Reid Of Crash Test Dummies

I catch up with Ellen Reid of Crash Test Dummies. The original lineup announced in September that they would be reuniting to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their album God Shuffled His Feet, which has sold more than 5.5 million copies worldwide. The hit song, "Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm", went to number two. Ellen sang lead on their version of XTC's "The Ballad of Peter Pumpkinhead", which was featured on the Dumb and Dumber soundtrack.


Robert Hays (Airplane!)

I catch up with Robert Hays, who famously played Ted Stryker in the Airplane! movies. Airplane will celebrate its 40th anniversary next year. Robert talks about the path it took to get made and his favorite scene. At the end of Airplane II the credits started with "coming soon: Airplane III." The movie was never made, Robert explains why. Families will recognize Robert as the dad in the Homeward Bound movies. Before Robert Downey Jr. suited up as Iron Man, Robert voiced the character in the...


Heather Nova

I catch up with singer-songwriter Heather Nova, whose new album, Pearl, came out last week. Heather talks about the album and the expectations for it. Heather’s breakthrough album, Oyster, is celebrating its 25th anniversary. She has a cult following here in the States and a massive following in Europe. Heather talks about her fascinating childhood and her songwriting process. If you’re not familiar with her work, please listen, you won’t be disappointed.


Eddie Chacon Of Charles And Eddie

I catch up with Eddie Chacon, formally of the popular duo, Charles and Eddie, the pair had a massive hit with "Would I Lie To You?" back in 1992. Eddie talks about meeting Charles Pettigrew on a NYC Subway, working with him and talks about his passing due to cancer in 2001. Eddie formed The Polyamorous Affair with his wife and released three albums. He left the music business to pursue a career in photography and fashion. Eddie returned to music this year and released the single "Rumors or...


Will Turpin Of Collective Soul

I catch up with Will Turpin, the bassist and original member of Collective Soul, whose new album, Blood, comes out this Friday. It's also the 25th anniversary of their debut album "Hints Allegations and Things Left Unsaid" on Atlantic Records. The album featured the smash hit, "Shine". Will talks about the success of the song. Will released his full-length debut album, "Serengeti Drivers", last year. Collective Soul is on tour with Gin Blossoms this Summer.


Robert Wuhl (Batman, Arli$$)

I catch up with actor, comedian, and writer Robert Wuhl. Tim Burton's Batman is celebrating its 30th anniversary. Robert played reporter Alexander Knox. We talk about Robert's Batman theory. Robert played writer Al Stump in the highly underrated Cobb. We talk plenty of baseball, included Robert's favorite baseball movies and the Hall of Fame. We discuss Arli$$, the Oscars and of course, Bull Durham.


Skip Griparis (Major League, The Heroes Of Rock)

I catch up with Skip Griparis, who played Monte in the first two Major League movies. Skip talks about the audition process and his experience filming the movies. Skip worked was in Olivia Newton-John's band back in the 70's and talks about his time in it. Currently, Skip has a one-man show called "The Heroes of Rock". Take an unbelievably fun trip through Rock’s evolution of the 40’s/50’s/60’s! Groove on the high-energy hits of Little Richard, to Elvis, to the Beatles, to Jimi Hendrix &...


David Schelzel Of The Ocean Blue

I catch up with David Schelzel, lead singer of probably the most-underrated band of the 80's and 90's, The Ocean Blue. The band's latest album, Kings and Queens/Knaves and Thieves, comes out on June 21. The Ocean Blue were signed to their first record deal when they were still in high school in Hershey, PA. The band's appeal went nationwide thanks to MTV's 120 minutes, featuring "Drifting, Falling" and "Between Something and Nothing."


Amanda Kramer (Information Society, The Psychedelic Furs)

I catch up with Amanda Kramer, who currently is the keyboardist in The Psychedelic Furs. Amanda was originally in Information Society when their hit "What's on your mind (Pure Energy)" was blowing up. After leaving the band, Amanda went on to work with some amazing bands; The Golden Palominos, World Party, 10,000 Maniacs to name a few. She talks about being in the right place at the right time.


Michael Biehn (The Terminator, Aliens)

Listen to this podcast if you want to live! In celebration of Reliving My Youth's second anniversary, I catch up with iconic actor Michael Biehn, who had legendary roles in so many movies. We discuss the 35th anniversary of The Terminator and working with James Cameron. We joke about how he dies in almost all of his movies and which one of his roles is his favorite. Michael recently reprised his role as Corporal Hicks from Aliens for audio version of William Gibson's Alien 3 script. He...


Richard Kline (Three's Company)

I catch up with Richard Kline, who played everyone's favorite used car salesman and upstairs neighbor Larry Dallas on Three's Company. Richard went from basically a one-off guest spot to being a full time cast member. He talks about his favorite episodes. Richard is currently performing in the touring production of Waitress the Musical.


Nancy Valen (Baywatch, The Heavenly Kid, and "Nurse Jennifer" on Saved by the Bell)

I catch up with Nancy Valen, fans remember her well as Samantha Thomas on Baywatch. Saved by the Bell fans know her as "Nurse Jennifer", probably the most memorable guest star(sorry Becky the Duck)on the show, She talks about that role and who the original choice was. Nancy starred alongside Jason Gedrick in one of the most underrated 80's films, The Heavenly Kid. Nancy starred in the TV musical drama, Hull High, and gives her thoughts on why it unfortunately failed. She fills us in on what...


Christine Elise McCarthy (Beverly Hills, 90210, Child's Play 2)

I catch up with Christine Elise McCarthy, probably best known as Emily Valentine on Beverly Hills, 90210. Horror fans know her as Kyle from Child's Play 2. Christine talks about both of these franchises being rebooted/remade. Christine is also an accomplished author, having penned the novel, Bathing and the Single Girl.