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We love music. You love music. Let's talk about it. From current events, crazy show stories, what we're currently listening to, and anything else that is on our minds—there may even be a special guest on to answer all of your burning questions.

The only way to know is to tune in weekly and find out. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infectiousgroovepodcast/support
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 It's not every day that someone refuses to pay sixty or even one hundred dollars to see one of America's greatest musical treasures, but sometimes mistakes are made and in return—lessons are learned. Tom Petty (with and without The Heartbreakers) is synonymous with Americana as we know it. From scaring the s#!t out of us with his extra creepy music videos when we were kids, to us all coming of age together with his monstrous hit "Free Fallin'". If Tom Petty wasn't a part of some sort of your life growing up, did you ever really even listen to music bro? This week we finally caught up with our mate Will from The Limehouse Podcast to talk all things Tom, all things Petty, and all things Heartbreaker. We heard he fancied himself some Petty so we thought who better to have on an episode all about Tom Petty. We had a bloody fu$%in' riot of a time, and you will too whether you like it or not. It's season two, episode eight of your favorite Brit's favorite music podcast. LET'S GO! Find The Limehouse Podcast everywhere you find your favorite pods that you cast. Give Will some S#!t on twitter! Also, make sure to keep up with all of the music we talk about on the show with our Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist posted weekly, exclusively to Spotify. --- This episode is sponsored by · Charity Promotion: Democracy Works: This advertisement is part of a charitable initiative in partnership with Democracy Works. howto.vote · Charity Promotion: BallotReady: The goal of this initiative is to increase voter education and encourage your listeners to get the vote out during the 2020 General Election this November. https://www.ballotready.org/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infectiousgroovepodcast/support
Wiser Time w/ Steve Gorman

Wiser Time w/ Steve Gorman

2020-10-0501:00:11

 It's not every day that a little bit of Twitter banter turns into having the opportunity to interview the top person on your list of people you'd want to interview for your podcast, but every now and then a little social media miracle occurs—and in this case that is exactly what happened for Russ. By the grace of the Twitter gods, the man, the myth, the legend, drummer, author, and one-sixth of the original line up for The Black Crowes—Mr. Steve Gorman joined us for what turned out to be a fantastic conversation about the history of the band, moving on, his new book, Trigger Hippy, and so much more. If you're a fan of The Black Crowes you're certainly not going to want to miss this one. If you're not a fan of The Black Crowes you might just find yourself being one after you give this one a listen. Buy Steve Gorman's new book Hard to Handle: The Life and Death of the Black Crowes--A Memoir. Check out Trigger Hippy! Find Steve Gorman on the radio! Tweet at Steve Gorman on Twtter! Also, make sure to keep up with all of the music we talk about on the show with our Infectious Groove Podcast companion songs playlist posted weekly, exclusively to Spotify. --- This episode is sponsored by · Charity Promotion: Democracy Works: This advertisement is part of a charitable initiative in partnership with Democracy Works. howto.vote · Charity Promotion: BallotReady: The goal of this initiative is to increase voter education and encourage your listeners to get the vote out during the 2020 General Election this November. https://www.ballotready.org/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infectiousgroovepodcast/support
 From one hundred dollar cell phones to two hundred and fifty dollar concert tickets, sprinkle in pay by the package cable TV— Granddad always said  "That's how they getcha". This week we caught up with Rob of the Fat, Drunk, And Stupid Podcast to talk about music festivals. The good, the bad, the great, and the never again. We also discuss our current situation with virtual music festivals/concerts and the potential return of in-person music festivals. What will the musical future of festivals hold? Not even Dr. Fauci knows, and well he's a Doctor. We said f**k that and decided to get a second opinion so we asked Dr. Pepper, and he didn't know either—but he was able to quench our thirst (which might hold us over for a little while).  Music News. Jammy Jams. And a damn good time.  Ten dollar beers, and seven dollar bottles of water. That's how they getcha.  Make sure to tune in to the Fat, Drunk, And Stupid Podcast. Find it wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Follow FD&S on twitter!  Also, make sure to keep up with all of the music we talk about on the show with our Infectious Groove Podcast companion songs playlist posted weekly, exclusively to Spotify. --- This episode is sponsored by · Charity Promotion: Democracy Works: This advertisement is part of a charitable initiative in partnership with Democracy Works. howto.vote · Charity Promotion: BallotReady: The goal of this initiative is to increase voter education and encourage your listeners to get the vote out during the 2020 General Election this November. https://www.ballotready.org/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infectiousgroovepodcast/support
 What do Pink Floyd, Madonna, Michael Jackson, Tears For Fears, and Robert Palmer have in common? Yes, that's right they're all musicians. You also probably have at least one of them (hopefully more) in your record collection. But that's not all, the connection runs a bit deeper than that—and that connection is legendary musician Guy Pratt. With a music career spanning more than thirty years, Guy is best known for his prolific Bass playing with a myriad of legendary acts. He's also been an actor and worked on a multitude of TV and film soundtracks including Dick Tracy, Last Action Hero, and Hackers just to name a few. Guy also runs a successful Youtube series called "Lockdown Licks", and has a book that he has written called "My Bass and Other Animals". In this episode, we had the pleasure of being able to sit down for a quick chat with Guy where talked music, his career highlights, and even Detroit. It's not every day that you get to sit down with someone who's resume is as impressive as Guy's so you all are in for a real treat with this one. It's Season Two Episode Four of your office secretary's favorite music podcast. LET'S GO! FIND GUY PRATT ON THE INTERNET! Check out his website! Look for him on YouTube! Buy his book! Also, be sure to check out Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets! --- This episode is sponsored by · Charity Promotion: Democracy Works: This advertisement is part of a charitable initiative in partnership with Democracy Works. howto.vote · Charity Promotion: BallotReady: The goal of this initiative is to increase voter education and encourage your listeners to get the vote out during the 2020 General Election this November. https://www.ballotready.org/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infectiousgroovepodcast/support
 In this very special one of a kind episode, we've decided to first off announce to all of you out there that we've replaced Kyle. We finally got tired of his potty mouth and just overall had enough—juuuuuuuuust kidding he just wasn't able to make recording this time due to a scheduling conflict, but luckily for all of you, we were able to catch up with friend of the show Josh and have him fill in while Kyle was away. This week we discuss all things about this little old group that maybe some of you have heard of, but most probably have not—The Beatles. That's right, an entire episode dedicated to what many say is the first "boy band" ever created. No one can deny the influence they've had throughout the years when it comes to music. Whether you consider yourself a fan or not, you're not going to want to miss this brand spanking new episode of your favorite Imperfect Foods delivery driver's favorite music podcast. LET'S GO! --- This episode is sponsored by · Charity Promotion: Democracy Works: This advertisement is part of a charitable initiative in partnership with Democracy Works. howto.vote · Charity Promotion: BallotReady: The goal of this initiative is to increase voter education and encourage your listeners to get the vote out during the 2020 General Election this November. https://www.ballotready.org/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infectiousgroovepodcast/support
 It's Season 2 (Episode 2)! New and improved! Now with 50% more explosive topics, jammy jams, controversy, outrage, and a fresh new car scent! But wait there's more! 2X MORE grunge, grit, and glamour than the other leading music podcasts. This exclusive offer is available only on Anchor and literally every other place you listen to your favorite podcasts! Don't delay! Listen now! And take advantage of this Labor Day special! --- This episode is sponsored by · Charity Promotion: Democracy Works: This advertisement is part of a charitable initiative in partnership with Democracy Works. howto.vote · Charity Promotion: BallotReady: The goal of this initiative is to increase voter education and encourage your listeners to get the vote out during the 2020 General Election this November. https://www.ballotready.org/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infectiousgroovepodcast/support
 New look who dis? Juuuuuust kidding. You know what it is, it's season two and your favorite musical podcast tripod is back in action. After a much-needed break to recharge our batteries, manage our cords, adjust our mics and figure out more shit we think you guys would want to hear us talk about— we decided to start this season off with a BANG!  In episode one of season two, we're talking about our favorite live music venues. We also had the pleasure of catching up with someone that we not only consider a personal friend but who is also the bass player for a little band named WALLS OF JERICHO. Give a round of applause for Aaron Ruby ya'll. Aaron was kind enough to sit down with us and talk about touring, being in a very well known band (that he swears isn't very well known), his favorite venues to play a show at, see a show at, and so much more. It's the start of a brand new season of your pool guys' favorite music podcast. LET'S GO!  For everything WALLS OF JERICHO visit their official website here.  Check out one of their badass music videos here.  Give them a listen on any of your favorite music streaming platforms.  Don't forget to listen along to the songs we talk about via our Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist that you can find here.  Also, WE LIVE. Visit our brand new official website here to find anything and everything Infectious Groove.   --- This episode is sponsored by · Charity Promotion: Democracy Works: This advertisement is part of a charitable initiative in partnership with Democracy Works. howto.vote · Charity Promotion: BallotReady: The goal of this initiative is to increase voter education and encourage your listeners to get the vote out during the 2020 General Election this November. https://www.ballotready.org/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infectiousgroovepodcast/support
  Some say that musicians are a dime a dozen, and to some degree that may be true. The only thing about that is, not all musicians are created equal—and the ones who stand out are the ones that break the rules, defy the odds, and turn the music industry on it's head. That's exactly what Edward "Eddie" Van Halen did when he set out on his path to be one of the greatest rock stars the world will ever know. Whether you're a Van Halen fan or not, Eddie's impact on the music industry as a whole is undeniable. Van Halen may have had more breakups and makeups than Paris Hilton, but that revolving lineup lead to some of the greatest and most renowned rock ballads of all time. When Eddie picked up a guitar, no one was ever really sure what they were going to hear, only that it would be something they most likely had never heard before. What Eddie did with a guitar is what Salvador Dali did with a paintbrush, and they will both forever be known for being one of the greatest to ever do what they did. It's with a heavy heart that we bring you the seventh episode of the second season of your favorite band's, favorite guitar player's—favorite music podcast.  Edward Lodewijk Van Halen January 26th, 1955 - October 6th, 2020 --- This episode is sponsored by · Charity Promotion: Democracy Works: This advertisement is part of a charitable initiative in partnership with Democracy Works. howto.vote · Charity Promotion: BallotReady: The goal of this initiative is to increase voter education and encourage your listeners to get the vote out during the 2020 General Election this November. https://www.ballotready.org/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infectiousgroovepodcast/support
 Let's talk Pizza for a second. Simple ingredients but not always created equal from one pie to another. It absolutely depends on who makes the pizza, where said pizza is made, and with what ingredients. The same can be said for live music—as it's definitely not all created equal for nearly the exact same reasons. This is also a good factor on which to judge if someone is trustworthy. Mama always said, "if they don't like pizza or live music, boy they probably ain't for you". Okay, okay Mama didn't actually say that, but she probably wanted to, and that's close enough.  In the Season One Finale of Infectious Groove Podcast we're talking concerts. The good, the bad, the great, and the in-betweens. All live shows are obviously not created equal and we explore the reasons why we think that is. Whether your first concert is on the horizon or you've been to so many you lost count 10 years ago, you're not going to want to miss this one—the 29th episode of your neighbor's, son's, third cousin once removed's favorite music podcast.  We'll see you back here in two weeks for the premiere of Season Two. Same Place. Same day. Same time. Don't be late. LET'S GO! --- This episode is sponsored by · Charity Promotion: Democracy Works: This advertisement is part of a charitable initiative in partnership with Democracy Works. howto.vote · Charity Promotion: BallotReady: The goal of this initiative is to increase voter education and encourage your listeners to get the vote out during the 2020 General Election this November. https://www.ballotready.org/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infectiousgroovepodcast/support
*DISCLAIMER - This episode contains spoilers about the outcome of the tournament. If you're behind on episodes it is advised that you get all caught up before starting this episode.  Well, it's been a wild ride over the last 16 weeks and we hope that you have enjoyed this experimental tournament of sorts as much as we did. Michelle came, saw, and conquered her way through the first half of the bracket, but was soon dethroned as it was advised we leave the decision making up to you (the listeners) in lieu of continuing to receive death threats based upon her extremely controversial rating system —just kidding (kind of). There have been ups, downs, shocking revelations, and huge disappointments—and you've probably almost driven your car off the road a time or two while tuning in. It's okay we understand, and now you no longer have to worry about the airbag going off because you're punching your steering wheel so hard while screaming at the stereo.   We want to say thank you from the bottom of our hearts for tuning in, engaging with us, and voting. You all are the ones that made this thing possible at a time where we all needed something to keep our minds off the news.  AND THE WINNER IS... --- This episode is sponsored by · Charity Promotion: Democracy Works: This advertisement is part of a charitable initiative in partnership with Democracy Works. howto.vote · Charity Promotion: BallotReady: The goal of this initiative is to increase voter education and encourage your listeners to get the vote out during the 2020 General Election this November. https://www.ballotready.org/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infectiousgroovepodcast/support
Who Are You?

Who Are You?

2020-08-0301:09:32

 Okay okay, so you've read the title of this episode and I am willing to bet you're either singing (out loud) the theme song from CSI: Las Vegas (shame on you), or maybe you're thinking about when you got super stoned and watched Alice meet the Caterpillar for the first time. Either way, you're on to something here, and hopefully, it isn't an ongoing love for a certain band that will remain anonymous. With that being said, the only who's we talk about around here are from Whoville, but there is no need to be a Grinch about it. This week we are talking about the long musical road that got us to where we are now. The good, the bad, the emo, and the ugly. We take a deep dive into what made us the musical maniacs we are today. Music has a way of shaping those who listen to it, and each and every person has a different story to tell.  It's the 28th episode of Pete Townshend's favorite  Uber driver's favorite music podcast. LET'S GO!  Like what you heard? Interested in new (to you) music? Don't forget to follow along each week with our Spotify Podcast Companion Playlist where you can listen to everything we listen to and talk about on the show. New week. New episode. New playlist.  Don't miss out! --- This episode is sponsored by · Charity Promotion: Democracy Works: This advertisement is part of a charitable initiative in partnership with Democracy Works. howto.vote · Charity Promotion: BallotReady: The goal of this initiative is to increase voter education and encourage your listeners to get the vote out during the 2020 General Election this November. https://www.ballotready.org/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infectiousgroovepodcast/support
Well, as you all now know, March was full of madness— it just wasn't the kind of madness we were all expecting. So in order to satisfy everyone's hunger for a good old battle of the titans, we here at Infectious Groove Podcast put together a good old fashioned tournament with brackets and everything. Each week some of our favorite artist's albums go head to head for a shot at moving forward and clutching the coveted title. LET'S GO! ROUND 15 PRINCE - PURPLE RAIN VS. LED ZEPPELIN - IV Who will clutch the coveted title? Your guess is as good as ours and the only real way to know is to tune in and find out. --- This episode is sponsored by · Charity Promotion: Democracy Works: This advertisement is part of a charitable initiative in partnership with Democracy Works. howto.vote · Charity Promotion: BallotReady: The goal of this initiative is to increase voter education and encourage your listeners to get the vote out during the 2020 General Election this November. https://www.ballotready.org/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infectiousgroovepodcast/support
front·man /ˈfrəntˌman/ noun noun: frontman; plural noun: frontmen; noun: front man; plural noun: front men 1. the lead singer of a pop or rock group. 2. a person who represents an organization and works to make its image more appealing to the public. "Harry wanted Teddy to act as the respectable frontman for his business interests" 3. (in soccer) a forward or attacker. "once again, Wigan's frontmen failed to take their chances" By definition, the lead singer of your favorite band is technically a Frontman/Frontwoman—or well for lack for a better term and to be all-inclusive a Frontperson. But are they though? What makes someone a frontperson? Can you be out front in the spotlight and not be THE frontperson? Can you hide in the stage shadows and be the frontperson that everyone makes you out to be?   It's episode 27, and this week the constant on-air harassment of our number one fan has led to us having our first in-studio guest. We'd like everyone to give their best round of golf claps for Friend Of The Show Joe. Yes, you read that right, we finally caught up with him to get his thoughts on what he considers a Frontperson to be. We talk the best, worst, our favorites and so much more on the newest episode of your favorite pizza guy's favorite music podcast. You're not gonna wanna miss this one. LET'S GO! Don't forget to listen along with our Spotify podcast companion playlist where we load up as much of the music and artists we can—that we talk about weekly so you can listen for yourselves and tell us what you think. New week. New playlist. Every week. --- This episode is sponsored by · Charity Promotion: Democracy Works: This advertisement is part of a charitable initiative in partnership with Democracy Works. howto.vote · Charity Promotion: BallotReady: The goal of this initiative is to increase voter education and encourage your listeners to get the vote out during the 2020 General Election this November. https://www.ballotready.org/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infectiousgroovepodcast/support
Well, as you all now know, March was full of madness— it just wasn't the kind of madness we were all expecting. So in order to satisfy everyone's hunger for a good old battle of the titans, we here at Infectious Groove Podcast put together a good old fashioned tournament with brackets and everything. Each week some of our favorite artist's albums go head to head for a shot at moving forward and clutching the coveted title. LET'S GO! ROUND 14 PEARL JAM - TEN VS. PRINCE - PURPLE RAIN Who will move forward? Your guess is as good as ours and the only real way to know is to tune in and find out. --- This episode is sponsored by · Charity Promotion: Democracy Works: This advertisement is part of a charitable initiative in partnership with Democracy Works. howto.vote · Charity Promotion: BallotReady: The goal of this initiative is to increase voter education and encourage your listeners to get the vote out during the 2020 General Election this November. https://www.ballotready.org/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infectiousgroovepodcast/support
A Perfect Pair

A Perfect Pair

2020-07-2001:21:36

There is nothing better than being able to really connect with two musicians that are looking into the eyes of one another as they sing one of the greatest love songs you think you've ever heard. You know, when you can really feel the love they're singing to you about? When you think of a classic duet you might think Sonny and Cher or maybe Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton—Or wait are those features? Is a duet a feature? Is a feature a duet? Are they technically the same thing? What makes something a duet even though it's technically featuring another artist? Either way, I digress and as you've probably figured out by now, this week we're talking duets—the best of all time, our favorites, ones you might have forgotten about and everything in between. It's the 20 + 6th episode of every Karen's favorite music podcast. LET'S GO! --- This episode is sponsored by · Charity Promotion: Democracy Works: This advertisement is part of a charitable initiative in partnership with Democracy Works. howto.vote · Charity Promotion: BallotReady: The goal of this initiative is to increase voter education and encourage your listeners to get the vote out during the 2020 General Election this November. https://www.ballotready.org/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infectiousgroovepodcast/support
Well, as you all now know, March was full of madness— it just wasn't the kind of madness we were all expecting. So in order to satisfy everyone's hunger for a good old battle of the titans, we here at Infectious Groove Podcast put together a good old fashioned tournament with brackets and everything. Each week some of our favorite artist's albums go head to head for a shot at moving forward and clutching the coveted title. LET'S GO! ROUND 13 CAROLE KING - TAPESTRY VS. LED ZEPPELIN - IV Who will move forward? Your guess is as good as ours and the only real way to know is to tune in and find out. --- This episode is sponsored by · Charity Promotion: Democracy Works: This advertisement is part of a charitable initiative in partnership with Democracy Works. howto.vote · Charity Promotion: BallotReady: The goal of this initiative is to increase voter education and encourage your listeners to get the vote out during the 2020 General Election this November. https://www.ballotready.org/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infectiousgroovepodcast/support
 What makes a good love song? What makes a good love song great? What would you consider to be one of the greatest love songs of all time? Does a love song have to be great for it to be good? What does Jeff Scott Soto think about love songs? What are some of his favorites? Lucky for you we had the chance to catch up with one of the hardest working guys in the music business and talk to him about life, love songs, and what the hell he's been up to. It's not every day that you're able to snag a few minutes with a rock legend for a podcast interview, it's even rarer to have that same rock legend be willing to join in on an entire episode of your show. Well, today is our lucky day—as well as yours You're not going to want to miss this one. It's the 25th episode of grandma's favorite music podcast so LET'S STAND UP AND SHOUT... AND LET'S GO! Find more out about Jeff and everything he has going on at JeffScottSoto.com. Order the BRAND NEW album here: http://radi.al/Retribution or at the links listed below: Frontiers: http://www.frontiers.shop (CD & VINYL) Amazon: http://Amazon/Retribution iTunes: http://Tunes/Retribution Google Play: http://GooglePlay/Retribution Follow Jeff on Spotify: http://Spotify/JeffScottSoto and Apple Music: http://AppleMusic/Retribution Don't forget to head over to Spotify to listen along with our podcast companion playlist featuring all of the music mentioned in this episode. --- This episode is sponsored by · Charity Promotion: Democracy Works: This advertisement is part of a charitable initiative in partnership with Democracy Works. howto.vote · Charity Promotion: BallotReady: The goal of this initiative is to increase voter education and encourage your listeners to get the vote out during the 2020 General Election this November. https://www.ballotready.org/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infectiousgroovepodcast/support
Well, as you all now know, March was full of madness— it just wasn't the kind of madness we were all expecting. So in order to satisfy everyone's hunger for a good old battle of the titans, we here at Infectious Groove Podcast put together a good old fashioned tournament with brackets and everything. Each week some of our favorite artist's albums go head to head for a shot at moving forward and clutching the coveted title. LET'S GO! ROUND 12 MICHAEL JACKSON - THRILLER VS. PRINCE - PURPLE RAIN Who will move forward? Your guess is as good as ours and the only real way to know is to tune in and find out. --- This episode is sponsored by · Charity Promotion: Democracy Works: This advertisement is part of a charitable initiative in partnership with Democracy Works. howto.vote · Charity Promotion: BallotReady: The goal of this initiative is to increase voter education and encourage your listeners to get the vote out during the 2020 General Election this November. https://www.ballotready.org/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infectiousgroovepodcast/support
And The Award Goes To...

And The Award Goes To...

2020-07-0601:07:55

 It's 1989, your half in the bag—full of pizza and beer while sitting in your living room at your very own Grammy party. You've decided to go all-in because Metallica is up for Best Hard Rock/Heavy Metal recording, and there is no way they're not going to win. The time has come as Alice Cooper makes his way to the stage and opens the envelope—"and the award for Best Hard Rock/Heavy Metal Recording goes to....JETHRO TULL!". You look at your friends the same way everyone in the audience is looking at one another—in utter confusion and disbelief. Fast forward a few decades and the disbelief still stands, but are awards and award shows any more or less important than they used to be? Does it matter if your favorite musician has ten awards or even any at all? Is a Grammy more important or prestigious than a VMA? We talk about this famous mishap, and so much more on episode 24 of your girlfriend's favorite music podcast. --- This episode is sponsored by · Charity Promotion: Democracy Works: This advertisement is part of a charitable initiative in partnership with Democracy Works. howto.vote · Charity Promotion: BallotReady: The goal of this initiative is to increase voter education and encourage your listeners to get the vote out during the 2020 General Election this November. https://www.ballotready.org/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infectiousgroovepodcast/support
Well, as you all now know, March was full of madness— it just wasn't the kind of madness we were all expecting. So in order to satisfy everyone's hunger for a good old battle of the titans, we here at Infectious Groove Podcast put together a good old fashioned tournament with brackets and everything. Each week some of our favorite artist's albums go head to head for a shot at moving forward and clutching the coveted title. LET'S GO! ROUND 11 DERMOT KENNEDY - WITHOUT FEAR VS. PEARL JAM - TEN Who will move forward? Your guess is as good as ours, and the only real way to know is to tune in and find out. --- This episode is sponsored by · Charity Promotion: Democracy Works: This advertisement is part of a charitable initiative in partnership with Democracy Works. howto.vote · Charity Promotion: BallotReady: The goal of this initiative is to increase voter education and encourage your listeners to get the vote out during the 2020 General Election this November. https://www.ballotready.org/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/infectiousgroovepodcast/support
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Castbox

Love what y'all are doing with this podcast. It's a grab bag of fun and your inter-host banter is top notch!

Mar 19th
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Arielle Nissenblatt

“gangsta rap” hahaha

Mar 16th
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