This is the third occasion that I've had to welcome Joe Petrich from Something Involving a Monkey to come onto the podcast. Joe's been a friend for a long time and he makes some of the most interesting music in the world with his band, including bass player BeZo and drummer, Ritz. The band is celebrating their new album Into the Great Blue Waffle with a show at The Foundry on Saturday May 30.
Here's what else we talked about.
Craig and Chad Zumock discuss how uncool Craig is, meeting Bernie Kosar, local radio and a whole lot more. Here's the rest of the "whole lot more."
The Cleveland Cavaliers are now up 3-0 on the Atlanta Hawks, plus we've seen a bunch of movies lately, so it was time to talk about it all with Brian Spaeth.
Dave and Craig brought the podcast out live to the Nervous Dog again. The audience wasn't large, but it was a whole lot of fun.
We discussed hating the Atlanta Hawks.
Craig is on location, so Dave did the recording and most of the hosting as we discussed a variety of topics in the news.
Martin Rickman of UPROXX Sports joins the WFNY Podcast to discuss a wide variety of topics from new media, social media, Bill Simmons leaving ESPN and the evolution of LeBron James and the city of Cleveland while he was gone.
The Cleveland Browns drafted players and I hadn't talked enough about it yet, so I grabbed Mike Burgermeister. We also talked about Tom Brady and the Patriots penalty.
Dave Sterling enjoyed a chat with Comedian and Cavs podcast host Chris Clem. They discussed the following.
There was a lot of negative garbage in the sports media, and it was just in time for Ben Axelrod to jump onto the podcast for the first time and help us wade through it all.
Brian Spaeth joins the podcast to discuss the Cleveland Cavaliers and their continuing playoff run as well as The Avengers Age of Ultron, which we saw together this week.