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Apr 20, 2011

Adam opens the show discussing Morgan Spurlock’s latest documentary: Pom Wonderful Presents The Greatest Movie Ever Made. The movie is all about advertising and product placement, and Adam agrees that it’s distracting when you see a movie with a fake cereal or university name. The guys also talk about other documentaries that made them laugh, including Overnight and The Kid Stays in the Picture.

Adam talks to Morgan a bit more about his career, and the past 7 years since Super Size Me was released. Morgan discusses the inspiration for the doc, and the fast-tracked way in which they got the film to Sundance. They then jump back even earlier in Morgan’s career, and talk about working for free and pitching your ass off all for the small chance that you might get your break.

Adam and Morgan then discuss another project that Morgan is working on with Will Arnett and Jason Bateman about Male Grooming. The guys also talk about some of their favorite films, and go on a side jag about boring nature documentaries. The show wraps up with Adam and Morgan jumping onto the phone lines. They take calls about where Osama Bin Laden may be, when advertising crosses the line, and why certain companies resisted being in Morgan’s doc.

Check out Morgan’s new documentary, The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, in theaters this Friday. Or visit www.MorganSpurlock.com for more info on today’s guest.

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Technical Director: Logan Moy

Search: Chris Laxamana

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Apr 19, 2011

Adam talks about this past weekend, where he attended a party for Howard Stern at Jimmy Kimmel’s house. Adam talks about all the famous people he got the meet, and some of the quality conversations he had with stars like Ashton Kutcher, Emily Blunt and George Clooney. He also talks about taking his son out for lunch at Carney’s, and spending the afternoon at Jay Leno’s car warehouse.

Natasha Leggero comes in studio next, and Adam grills her on her relationship status. They talk about why it’s crazy to get married in today’s age, and Adam tries to offer some reasons why you might consider it. They also talk about Natasha’s parents and brother, and Adam goes on a jag about why most comedians become comedians. Alison and Natasha talk about having their folks on Twitter, and Adam and Bryan discuss Adam’s parent’s indifference to his career.

Moving into the news, Alison first reports a story about a Tea Party activist who’s resigning after sending around a racist pic. They also talk about a baseball fan’s tax debacle after winning a bunch of coupons, and the origins of the disease that plagued the Playboy Mansion. In sadder news, the guys discuss the passing of the world’s oldest man, and a public suicide during an open mic night. The show wraps up with Adam talking about almost accidentally bringing a huge blade onto an airplane.

Get a copy of Natasha’s comedy album, Coke Money, now on iTunes. You can also visit her site at www.NatashaLeggero.com

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Technical Director: Logan Moy

Search: Chris Laxamana

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Apr 18, 2011

Adam just got back from an event in Vegas, and has much to say about the shitty airline food. Alison also asks Adam to list his order of preference of mixed nuts, and talks about her appearance alongside Bald Bryan on the Doug Loves Movies podcast. They then jump into the news, with a report that Sasha Grey has retired from the porn industry. Adam and the gang also dissect a tampon commercial Adam saw the other day.

Comedian Amy Schumer joins the studio next, and Adam talks to her about digitally releasing a comedy album as opposed to all the plastic and manufacturing. The guys also share a thought about Tim Allen, and Amy gets a little personal with her love life. Adam then talks to her about Curb Your Enthusiasm, and calls the group out for not backing up his point.

Next up is a round of Hobo Power, where the guys take your calls for your worst stink stories. Alison questions a guy living on a Dairy Farm, and Amy tells a stink story of her own. Adam then finds out more about Amy’s family and past, and she and Alison reflect on their ‘ho days.’ 

Amy then discusses the impact of her performance on Last Comic Standing, and Alison jumps back to the news. First they talk about students being temporarily banned for wearing ‘I Heart Boobies’ Breast Cancer Awareness bracelets, then they talk about the sad decline of Soap Operas. The show wraps with a discussion of when’s an appropriate time to hold your lady’s hair back and when it was cool to wear half-shirts.

Visit AmySchumer.com for the latest information on tonight’s guest. Also be sure to pre-order her CD on iTunes. Out April 26th.

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Technical Director: Logan Moy

Search: Chris Laxamana

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Apr 15, 2011

Adam talks about leaving a meeting this morning and being flipped off by another driver. His reaction may surprise you. He also talks about a run-in with TMZ, and goes on a rant about how they're able to legally see which celebrities are on which flights, and ultimately profit off them without permission.

Alison then reads a chapter from her fake pregnancy memoir, and talks about an evening she had at the Carolla house eating dinner. Adam gives her a hard time for taking home her leftovers, and Alison reflects on watching Adam wrestle with the kids.

Tonight's guest is owner of the Jon Lovitz Comedy Club, Jon Lovitz himself. The guys go on a jag about cameras adding weight, and looking shitty in photographs. Alison then jumps into the news, with a story about a human sample finally being donated to Iceland's Penis Museum. Also in adult news, a  patron visiting an adult bookstore was mysteriously set on fire. Later they discuss a blind dog with its own seeing eye dog.

Adam then goes on a rant about french fries, and talks with Mike August about bringing hazelnut coffee to a meeting. Still on the topic of food, Adam complains about stuffed crust pizza, and talks about Jimmy Kimmel's obession with pizza ovens. Jimmy's having a pizza party this weekend with a celebrity chef, and August is not invited. The show wraps up with a story about the Verizon Guy, and a fast paced round of Totally Topical Tivo Trivia.

Get more info about tonight's guest and the club itself, at TheJonLovitzComedyClub.com

Also be sure to check out our Ustream channel to see the show live. Ustream.tv/ACEBroadcasting.

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike August

Producer: Mike Lynch

Audio/Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Technical Director: Logan Moy

Camera Operator: Chris Laxamana

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Apr 14, 2011

At the top of the show, Adam talks to Demetri about unfunny cartoons, and explains what it really means to be a ‘humorist.’  Tbe guys also talk about performance artists, and talk about how Demetri is about to play a show where Adam just finished performing. Demetri talks about aggressive homeless people, and Adam talks about how grateful he is to not have to do manual labor for a living anymore.

Demetri then asks Adam about his history with Jimmy Kimmel and how long they’ve known each other. The guys talk about seeing celebrities in LA coffee shops, and Adam tells a story about Norm MacDonald and his best friend. Later, Adam discusses the film Grown Ups, and his fascination with rich people who do shitty work.

Toward the end of the show, the guys break down the different types of comedians, and Demetri suggests that he has an edge, even if his stage show isn’t about banging hookers. Adam goes on a rant about annoying cell phone rings, and talks to Demetri about supplying drawings and book plates for people who pre-order their books. The show wraps with Adam complaining about Bob Dylan’s recent Grammy performance.

Get Demetri’s new book, ‘This Is A Book,’ at DemetriMartin.com 

The first 250 fans who pre order & email in their receipt will win one of 250 limited edition hand drawing by Demetri.

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2. Email your receipt to thisisapreorder@gmail.com

All drawings will be shipped in 7-10 business days after the book hits shelves on April 26th, 2011.

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Technical Director: Logan Moy

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Apr 13, 2011

Adam welcomes Jesse Ventura to the show, and Jesse praises Adam for his work on The Man Show. The guys talk about the origins of the show, and of course the girls on trampolines.  Jesse also talks about his latest book, ’63 Documents Your Government Doesn’t Want You To Read,’ and has a passionate conversation with Adam about our political system and international relationships.

The guys also talk about Jesse’s experience as a Navy SEAL, working as part of the Underwater Demolition Unit. Jess talks about the intense training process, and some of his experiences in Vietnam, including something he calls ‘Dupont fishing’. The guys also chat about their kids, and how to give them ‘that grit’.

Adam and Jesse talk about various forms of torture, including sleep deprivation and water boarding. Jesse explains what the process is like from a first-hand experience, and talks to Adam about whether or not torture is an effective method to getting accurate information. It leads to a larger discussion about government conspiracies and the actions of post 9/11 America. Adam then wraps the show talking to Jesse about the daily routine of Vietnam, and the documents Jesse has brought to light in his new book.

Pick up your copy of ‘63 Documents Your Government Doesn’t Want You To Read,’ and if you’re in LA area, get your book signed TONIGHT (Weds, April 13th) 7-9pm at the Borders in Torrance. [3700 Torrance Blvd. Torrance, CA 90503]

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Audio/Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Technical Director: Logan Moy

Search: Gary Smith

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Apr 12, 2011

Adam opens the show talking about chicks that shed their hair. Mike Lynch is filling in for Bald Bryan, and Adam calls in special guest Joe Rogan right away. The guys talk about their shared thoughts about each other from earlier in the day, and talk about the intimacy of recording podcasts. They also discuss the differences between telling jokes and sharing ideas, and discuss the pros and cons of working on lots of small projects instead of just one big one.

 

Alison tells a story about going to a Chinese restaurant and being served a duck that still had its head. It gets the group discussing hunting, and some of the controversial animal population control issues that plague certain parts of the world. The guys also talk about a Chicago school banning kids from bringing their lunches from home, and discuss the ‘inevitability of a sedentary life style.’

 

Adam and Joe then talk about some of the great shows they’ve had in Portland, and Joe convinces Adam to try touring in Canada. The guys also discuss some of the problems with living in LA, and Adam goes on a rant about the condition of our school systems and his favorite Los Angeles mayor.

 

Later, the conversation morphs into a discussion about international cultural differences. Adam and Joe talk about visiting Tijuana when they were kids, and how the city is so different now. They also talk about post-tsunami Japan, and are amazed at the politeness of everyone as they wait for emergency supplies. Bringing everything back to Los Angeles, Adam talks about the type of society that is ideal, and explains that we either need to get back to our roots or abandon the city. The show wraps with a conversation about the Fleshlight.

 

 

Listen to The Joe Rogan Experience, available on iTunes.

 

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Mike Lynch

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Technical Director: Logan Moy

Search: Chris Laxamana

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Apr 11, 2011

Adam thanks the crowd for coming out to the Irvine Improv early on a Sunday evening. He talks about a haircut he got at a Mexican barbershop, and alludes to a fight he got into with his wife Lynette earlier in the day. He calls special guest Greg Fitzsimmons on stage for his thoughts on their argument about where the car keys were last placed. Alison tries to offer her thoughts from a female perspective, and Greg talks about a fight he had with his wife as well.

 

Adam asks Alison to jump into the news to get him out of his funk. To cheer him up, she reads a story about a clown pedophile. After deciding that clowns have most certainly caused more harm than good, he talks about his own experiences auditioning to be a ‘party pal.’ Alison also discusses Taco Bell’s announcement that they’re making Dorito taco shells, and Adam rants about Mexican food.

 

Greg introduces a segment where he confesses an actual sin to Adam, and asks for Adam to give a legitimate penance. Adam then finishes the show with a round of What Can’t Adam Complain About, where he offers his thoughts on the Toyota Grand Prix, beer bottles, and why he’ll be using the twins as a buffer between him and the wife.

 

 

Download Greg’s new app, and check out his live shows this week at Caroline’s. More information available at GregFitzsimmons.com

 

And don’t forget to subscribe to the UStream Video Channel to see the show live! UStream.tv/ACEBroadcasting. 

 

 

Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike August

Producer: Mike Lynch

Audio/Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop 

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Technical Director: Logan Moy

Search: Chris Laxamana

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Apr 8, 2011

Streaming live for the first time from the Jon Lovitz Comedy Club, Adam opens the show complaining about being stuck under a speaker during his lunch, and ranting about shitty Phil Collins music. Alison also talks to Adam about a cut on his finger, and Adam tells a story about trying to help his kids open their toys.

 

In the news, the escaped Bronx zoo cobra has been found, and given a new name. The guys laugh about the snake’s apparent ability to tweet, and also discuss the discovery of the skeletal remains of the first gay caveman. Later, the guys go on a side jag about salad shooters, and Alison also tries out a joke from her old standup days.

 

Also in the news, the latest body modification trend is ‘elfin ears.’ The guys also talk about the two new Jersey Shore spinoffs, and talk about a guy arrested for jogging down the side of the freeway naked. It reminds Adam about streaking as a kid, and driving back from the beach totally naked and in a car full of male friends.

 

Chris Titus joins the show next, and can’t understand how Adam is able to justify his naked driving story. The guys talk about getting drunk and drawing dicks on guys’ faces, and other reckless behavior from when they were kids. Titus also talks about the charity he’s performing for, and he and Adam relate to trying material out on the picky segment producers for late night TV.

 

In the last part of the show, Alison returns to the news with yet another naked man story, this time from Florida. Adam makes a case for his attack crows, and the guys talk about an Austrian pastry shop specializing in Nazi cakes. The final news story has to do with sex offenders, and Adam and Chris make fun of To Catch a Predator.

 

 

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike August

Producer: Mike Lynch

Audio/Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop 

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Technical Director: Logan Moy

Search: Chris Laxamana

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Apr 7, 2011

Adam talks about an email he received from Michael Biehn with a backhanded compliment, followed by a second panicked email. Bald Bryan thinks people confuse Adam’s indifference with anger, and the guys talk about Adam’s grunting and various interactions with his employees.

 

Today’s top news story involves a bald eagle that was shot and beheaded, and Adam discusses the strange social rules we have about which animals we’re allowed to kill. Alison also talks about the search for the bones of the real Mona Lisa, and updates everyone on the Miley Cyrus sex doll scandal. Adam also hears about Glen Beck no longer being on FOX News, and the interesting scent of Bacon cologne.

 

After a quick break, Adam talks about a performance he had in Pennsylvania where August gave the club announcer an extremely long bio, only to have the guy read the whole thing verbatim. Adam also rants about why you should never order Meat Lover’s Pizza in the middle of the country.

 

In the last section of the show, the guys jump to the phone lines to dole out some relationship advice. The first caller wants his girl to lose weight, and the group improvises a hilarious conversation between a doctor and patient. Another caller is still getting shit for a lie she told years ago, and when another caller says her boyfriend is cheating on her, Adam gives advice in such a way that Alison thinks it may have done more harm than good. The show wraps with Adam talking about his upcoming audiobook, and giving advice to a caller about an ex-girlfriend who won’t leave him alone.

 

 

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Technical Director: Logan Moy

Search: Chris Laxamana

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Apr 6, 2011

At the top of the show, Adam gives everyone an update on the Guinness situation, then has Alison go straight into the news. She talks about Kirstie Allie’s elimination from Dancing with the Stars, and how her dance partner tried to overcompensate. Adam also talks about wrestling with his kids and their friends, even though his knee is still messed up.

 

Also in the news is the Motley Crue frontman charged with ‘poking,’ and the CEO of Go Daddy in trouble for going elephant hunting. They also discuss Charlie Sheen’s attempts to trademark his catchphrases, and the audience responses to his live performances. Alison then mentions the Miley Cyrus sex doll, and the guys dissect the details of the item’s Amazon page.

 

After Alison reads another segment of her addiction memoir, Adam calls in Adam DeVine and Blake Anderson of the new Comedy Central series, ‘Workaholics.’ The guys talk about how they went from being an unknown internet sketch group to getting their own TV series, and Adam talks to them about the ridiculous conversations had about what can and can’t be said on the air. Adam also complains about Mike August’s cell phone.

 

In the last segment of the show, Alison returns to the news. The group discusses Flava Flav’s chicken restaurant bouncing employee checks, and also the sale of the Kate Winslet sketch from the film ‘Titanic’. In other film news, a new Bill & Ted movie is on the horizon, and it reminds Adam of his new lifetime pass at Arclight theaters. Wrapping things up, Adam complains about hot chicks who screw up their hairdos, and the guys watch a disgusting clip from Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo.

 

Catch the series premiere of Workaholics on Comedy Central, tonight at 10:30pm

 

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Technical Director: Logan Moy

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Apr 5, 2011

Adam opens the show with a long rant about airport bars not opening up early enough for him to grab a drink before his flight. Larry Miller is also in studio and talks with Adam about the types of people who are lenient with the rules, and the people who give you a hard time for no discernable reason. Adam also talks about driving his son around without a car seat, and getting caught in the parking lot by an overly curious little girl.

 

Before jumping into the Tournament of Rosen, Alison discusses the controversy that surrounded her announcement that she ‘dated off bracket’ over the weekend. Adam then pulls up each of the Final Four contestants on the line, and gets to know them by their favorite foods and jokes. Alison makes her choices, and Adam listens to a Dick Banks parody song.

 

Today’s guest is author Rosa Blasi, who wrote a memoir about dating a string of professional athletes. She talks about her early days in high school and when she got her first athlete crush, and the group quickly discusses how difficult it is to cheat in this era of twitter and text messages. Rosa also tells some personal stories from her dating life, and the group debates why guys cheat in the first place.

 

Alison then reads the news for the first time in a while. The guys talk about a plane that had to descend after a hole was torn into the top, and they also discuss the congressman who received a bloody pig’s foot in response to his investigation of Muslim radicals. The show wraps with a viewing of a Jeopardy clip where Adam was part of the answer, and Adam rants about iPhone face time and getting his kids gifts on the road.

 

Check out RosaBlasi.com for more info on tonight’s guest. 

 

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Technical Director: Logan Moy

Search: Chris Laxamana

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Apr 4, 2011

Adam and Dana open the show discussing late night TV ads that are geared to people who clearly don’t have jobs. Adam recalls watching these sorts of commercials back when he was bored at home with nothing to do during school hours. The guys also discuss why anyone would want to participate in a $1.89 shrimp buffet, and why comedians shouldn’t sell their CDs at the door.

 

Dana talks about the experience of watching George Carlin on stage, and the guys talk about sticking around after live shows and not having enough time to take all the pictures that people want. There’s also a long discussion about the newest breed of empowered pain in the asses: shitfaced 40-year-old women.

 

After Dana talks about seeing a Tom Waits show, it reminds Adam of an experience he had with John Waite, an English rocker who got drunk and seriously started to get on Adam’s nerves. The guys then discuss stupid arguments they have with their wives, and question whether or not people can be moral simply for their own rewards.

 

The show wraps with Adam and Dana talking about offending audience members when performing raunchy material, and the guys mix things up and play out an imagined conversation between Huell Howser and Clint Eastwood.

 

 

Check out DanaGould.com for more info on Dana’s tour schedule and comedy releases.

 

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Newsgirl: Alison Rosen

Sound Effects: Bryan Bishop 

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Technical Director: Logan Moy

Search: Chris Laxamana

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Apr 1, 2011

Adam welcomes rock legend Sammy Hagar to the show, and talks with him about his new book, ‘Red: My Uncensored Life in Rock.’ Sammy says he has trouble reading the book because of some of the dirt that gets revealed. Adam talks to him about Eddie Van Halen, and how their relationship changed over time. Sammy also talks about the experience of the band’s 2004 Reunion Tour, and discusses the impact of alcohol on performing.

 

Adam and Sammy speak a bit more about live performances, and Adam complains about having to perform three times in one night but still having to make each show seem as good as the first. They also talk about Cabo Wabo tequila, and how the sale of the company has led to Sammy being able to make music his hobby instead of trying to make a living off it.

 

Adam asks Sammy to discuss the origins of his nickname, ‘The Red Rocker,’ and talks to him about his early days growing up in Fontana with a boxer for a father. They then talk about what inspired him to play music, and take us through how he made it to Van Halen, and how he still continues to work on exciting music projects like Chickenfoot. Wrapping things up, Sammy says that under the right circumstances he’d gladly be with Van Halen again, if only they could get along better.

 

 

Visit RedRocker.com for more info. 

 

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Audio: Chris Laxamana

Technical Director: Logan Moy

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

Mar 31, 2011

Adam and Greg Fitzsimmons both complain right from the top about how difficult it is to sell show tickets in LA. Adam compliments Greg on his confidence, and the guys talk about people who refuse to listen to other people’s suggestions. They also discuss back-up dancers and boob glitter, and Adam describes people who act like they don’t want to be noticed, even though they secretly do.

 

Greg begins to tell a story about flirting on an airplane and then having to use the bathroom just before she does. He and Adam give advice on setting up the proper decoys, and Greg talks about the taboo way he likes to relax on the flight. Later, the guys talk about the importance of switching things up in the bedroom and ‘amusing yourself sexually.’

 

In the last part of the show, Adam talks to Greg about his book, ‘Dear Mrs. Fitzsimmons,’ which contains a collection of all the letters Greg’s mom would receive from when Greg would get in trouble. Adam also discusses the problems with wine snobs, and talks about his trip to Napa wine country. As the show comes to a close, the guys take a couple listener calls, and Adam talks a little about what his next book will be about.

 

 

Check out GregFitzsimmons.com for all of Greg’s projects and upcoming show dates.

 

 

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Executive Producer: Donny Misraje

Producer: Mike Lynch 

Producer: Mike Dawson

Audio/Voice Over: Mike Dawson

Associate Producer: Katie Levine

Technical Director: Logan Moy

Show Summary: Matt Fondiler

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