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Straight out of Philly! Entertainer Steve Cooper is "Only as hip a his guests". He hosts Comedians, Actors, Writers and Musicians and spends an hour with them for some organic chat about the biz!

Straight out of Philly! Entertainer Steve Cooper is "Only as hip a his guests". He hosts Comedians, Actors, Writers and Musicians and spends an hour with them for some organic chat about the biz!
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Straight out of Philly! Entertainer Steve Cooper is "Only as hip a his guests". He hosts Comedians, Actors, Writers and Musicians and spends an hour with them for some organic chat about the biz!






Juliana Hatfield - Episode 749

Steve Cooper talks with singer/songwriter Juliana Hatfield. Juliana is a musician from the Boston area, formerly of the indie rock bands Blake Babies, The Juliana Hatfield Three, Some Girls, and The Lemonheads. She has also performed and recorded as one half of Minor Alps with Matthew Caws of Nada Surf. As a solo artist she has released 18 studio albums, her latest being "Juliana Hatfield Sings The Police."


Liz Astrof - Episode 748

Steve Cooper talks with writer/producer Liz Astrof. Liz has served as an executive producer, a co-executive producer, a supervising producer, a producer and a writer for sitcoms in Hollywood for almost twenty years. Some of the shows she has worked on include The King of Queens, Becker, Raising Hope, Whitney, Last Man Standing, Two Broke Girls, Trial & Error and The Conners. She also recently had her first book published, Don't Wait Up: Confessions of a Stay-at-Work Mom, which has been...


Dave Pirner - Episode 747

Steve Cooper talks with musician Dave Pirner. Dave is best known as the lead vocalist and frontman for the band Soul Asylum. Soul Asylum is an American alternative rock band that formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1983. in 1992, they released the triple-platinum album Grave Dancers Union, featuring their Grammy Award-winning single Runaway Train. The band played the Bill Clinton inauguration early the next year. They also scored a platinum record with the album Let Your Dim Light Shine....


Robert Hays - Episode 746

Steve Cooper talks with actor Robert Hays. Robert is best known for his role as pilot Ted Striker in Airplane! and its sequel, and for his role as Robert Seaver in Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey. During his career that has spanned over forty years some he has appeared in countless TV shows and movies such as Laverne & Shirley, The Love Boat, Angie, Cat's Eye, Starman, FM, Cutters, Touched by an Angel, Dr. T & the Women, and Sharknado 2. He has also lent his voice to Spider-Man: The...


Dan O'Shannon - Episode 745

Steve Cooper talks with Dan O'Shannon. Dan is an American television writer and producer who has worked on shows such as Newhart, Cheers, and Frasier. He was an executive producer of the ABC show Modern Family, but left the show at the conclusion of season five to accept a development deal at CBS TV Studios. He has won 6 Emmy awards and has been Oscar nominated.


Steve Thompson - Episode 744

Steve Cooper talks with writer/music producer/mixer/arranger/ re-mixer Steve Thompson. Steve is a 7 time Grammy winner and has worked with artists including Guns N' Roses, Life Of Agony Tesla, Madonna, John Lennon, Wu-Tang Clan, the Rolling Stones, Soundgarden, Public Enemy and Metallica. His Grammy awards come from his work with Aretha Franklin, Blues Traveler, Korn, Cutting Crew, Ziggy Marley and Whitney Houston. He started as a NYC DJ which led to Clive Davis taking him under his wing and...


Cherie Currie - Episode 743

Steve Cooper talks with musician Cherie Currie. Cherie is best known as being lead vocalist of The Runaways in the mid-to-late 1970s. After the Runaways, she became a solo artist and then teamed up with her identical twin sister, Marie Currie, and released 3 albums with her. She also had an acting role in the cult classic Foxes and recently released the album The Motivator with singer-drummer Brie Darling of Fanny.


Colin Blunstone - Episode 742

Steve Cooper talks with musician Colin Blunstone. Colin is best known for being the lead singer of The Zombies. The Zombies were inducted into the Rock & Roll HOF in 2019 hit the charts with the songs She's Not There, Tell Her No and Time of the Season. They were together from 1962 to 1967, then in 1990-1991, again in 1997 and have been reunited since 2004. As a solo artist Colin has released 11 solo albums and appeared on several albums by the Alan Parsons Project.


Scotty Morris - Episode 741

Steve Cooper talks with musician Scotty Morris. Scotty is best known for being the singer/songwriter for Big Bad Voodoo Daddy. BBVD's originals rocketed the group into its first phase of stardom when You & Me and the Bottle Makes Three (Tonight) and Go Daddy-O were featured in the 1996 indie film landmark Swingers. The film launched the careers of Vince Vaughn and Jon Favreau and established BBVD as a cultural force beyond their home base of L.A. They have built a career through relentless...


James Atkin - Episode 740

Steve Cooper talks with musician James Atkin. James is responsible for singing one of the biggest hits of the 90s 'Unbelievable' with the band EMF. He went on to have massive success clocking up a No. 1 American single, platinum album sales and an Ivor Novello nomination for songwriting. EMF recorded three studio albums and broke up in 1995 but have had occasional reunions for live shows. James has been heavily involved with seminal dance act Bentley Rhythm Ace and has released three solo...


Richard Lloyd - Episode 739

Steve Cooper talks with musician Richard Lloyd. Richard is best known as one of the founding members of the band Television. Television was an early fixture of CBGB and the 1970s New York rock scene. Their debut album "Marquee Moon" is often considered one of the defining releases of the post-punk era. They broke up after their second studio album in 1977 but recorded a third in 1992. As a solo artist Lloyd has recorded seven solo albums and has also been a session musician for the likes of...


Kip Winger - Episode 738

Steve Cooper talks with musician Kip Winger. Kip is best known as being the front man for the band Winger. Kip's first commercial break came in 1984, when he co-wrote a song for Kix's third album and in 1985 he joined Alice Cooper's band. He left in 1987 to form Winger who broke onto the scene in 1988 with their self-titled debut which was a success, achieving platinum status and included the hits Madalaine, Headed for a Heartbreak and Seventeen. Throughout their career they have recorded 6...


Robbie Grey - Episode 737

Steve Cooper talks with musician Robbie Grey. Robbie is best known for being lead singer for the band Modern English. Modern English formed in England in 1979. Their second album, After the Snow, contained the hit I Melt with You. That song charted in both the UK and USA and was featured in the 80's classic movie Valley Girl. The group disbanded in 1987, only to reform two years later and then disband after another two years. They reunited again in 1995 and have continued in various lineups...


Bruce Kulick - Episode 736

Steve Cooper talks with musician Bruce Kulick. Bruce has been playing guitar with Grand Funk Railroad since 2000. Previously, he palyed 12 years as a long-time member of the band Kiss and was a member of Union with John Corabi from 1997–2002 and Blackjack, with Michael Bolton as singer, from 1979–1980. in the late 70s he played rhythm guitar/lead guitar on tour with Meat Loaf's band alongside his brother Bob on lead guitar/rhythm guitar and he also has released 3 solo albums.


Robert Wuhl - Episode 735

Steve Cooper talks with actor/comic/writer Robert Wuhl. Robert is best known as the creator and star of the television comedy series Arliss and for his portrayal of newspaper reporter Alexander Knox in Tim Burton's Batman. His first starring role in a movie was in The Hollywood Knights and has been seen in many more including Good Morning Vietnam, Bull Durham, Blaze, Blue Chips, Missing Pieces and Cobb. In 2006 he starred on HBO in a one-man-show Assume the Position with Mr. Wuhl, where he...


Nils Lofgren - Episode 734

Steve Cooper talks with Nils Lofgren. Nils, a member of the Rock & Roll HOF, is best known for playing guitar with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band since 1984. He has also been a member of Neil Young's Crazy Horse and Ringo Starr's All-Starr band. As an accomplished solo artist he has been releasing albums since 1975 with his latest being Blue With Lou which features songs he wrote with Lou Reed.


Gary Pihl - Episode 733

Steve Cooper talks with musician Gary Pihl. Gary is a guitarist best known for his work with Sammy Hagar and Boston. He played with Hagar from 1977-1984 and has been with Boston since 1986. He also worked with the founding members of a band that would eventually be called Night Ranger. They recorded demos for their first and second albums at his home studio. He currently is playing with a band called Alliance who just released their fourth album.


Mike Peters - Episode 732

Steve Cooper talks with musician Mike Peters. Mike is best known for being the lead singer for The Alarm. Since 1981The Alarm that has had 17 Top 50 UK singles, a host of successful albums and over 6 million album sales worldwide. Following an initial breakthrough in the USA with 1983's The Stand along with Sixty Eight Guns that entered into the UK chart soon after, The Alarm headlined their own Spirit of '86 Concert before 26,000 fans in Los Angeles, that was beamed around the world via...


Don Felder - Episode 731

Steve Cooper talks with Don Felder. Don is renowned as a former lead guitarist of The Eagles, one of the most popular and influential rock groups of our time. He co-wrote the massive hit Hotel California and is a member of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. He left the Eagles in 2001 and started his solo career. He has recorded three solo albums, his most recent being American Rock 'n' Roll which has a who's who of musicians making guest appearances.


Jack Hues - Episode 730

Steve Cooper talks with musician Jack Hues. Jack is best known for being the lead singer and guitarist for the band Wang Chung. Between 1983 and 1987 Wang Chung had five Top 40 hits including Dance Hall Days, Everybody Have Fun Tonight and Let's Go. The band recorded the soundtrack for the film To Live and Die in L.A. and had a song in John Hughes' movie the Breakfast Club. They have broken up and gotten back together over the years and recently released Orchesography which is a greatest...