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Paulie's Podcast: A window into the life of one Paul McCaffrey from KNBR's Murph and Mac Show. Enjoy a "jock-cast" full of sports and music.
100 Episodes
Paulie Mac, Creative Tony & Shannon Koehler of The Stone Foxes are joined by Twins Clubhouse Chef, Alan Stern who gives a behind the scenes perspective as baseball begins spring training 2.0.  They discuss all of the safety measures being taken by the Twins, plus, Shannon relives his Covid-19 test experience, and they all make BLM song selections.
Paulie Mac, Creative Tony and Shannon Koehler of The Stone Foxes gather via zoom to discuss MLB finally getting their sh*t together, but should they play?  Plus, the guys discuss horror movies, demonic possession, and honor bands that came back from hiatus.
Paulie Mac, Creative Tony, and Shannon Koehler of The Stone Foxes are joined by the host of The Lead Off Spot, and producer of the Murph and Mac Show, Adam Copeland.  They discuss the need to keep the Black Lives Matter movement at the forefront and add their Black Voices Matter musical selections.
Paulie Mac, Creative Tony and Shannon Koehler of The Stone Foxes are joined by the "B", of "TKB", our very own Rod Brooks, to discuss systemic racism, peaceful protest, the return of sports, and pertinent music to guide us through these times.
Taneka Smothers, former KNBR Producer, a member of the Murph and Mac family and now head of the podcast department at The Athletic comes on to discuss racial justice issues with Paulie Mac, Creative Tony, and Shannon Koehler.
Paulie, Creative Tony and Shannon Koehler of The Stone Foxes recap the The Last Dance, especially Horace Grant and MJ.  They also dive into Dennis Rodman's connection to Pearl Jam, and discover that Chris Mullin played a role.  Plus, a sincere shoutout to the graduating class of 2020, and thoughts on coping with Covid-19.
"Has the whole world gone CRAZY?"  Yes Walter, it has.  Ray's pitcher Blake Snell wants alllllll the money in his pockets, Michael Jordan's ego is completely out of hand, and we've lost the founding father of rock n roll...Little Richard.  Pauile Mac, Creative Tony and Shannon from The Stone Foxes have come to discuss these matters, save you from COVID insanity, and of the world.
Paulie, Creative Tony and Shannon Koehler of The Stone Foxes gather virtually to celebrate the anniversary of the Grateful Dead's 5-8-77 Cornell show, preview the 2020 NFL schedule, replay Richard Sherman on Jimmy G and Stephen A. Smith's reaction to Sherman.  Plus, this week's musical assignment
Paulie Mac, Creative Tony Rhein and Shannon Koehler from the Stone Foxes have a full slate of quaterback controversy, Joe Staley retirement tribute songs, and a replay of Bob Weir & Ronnie Lott's joint interview that Paulie orchestrated.  The two legends joined forces for a great cause, and we get to enjoy their fabulous conversation.
Paulie, Creative Tony, and Shannon Koehler of The Stone Foxes zoom it up the day after round one of the NFL Draft.  They discuss the Niners two picks, add in a couple of Herm Edwards clips, review the new Rolling Stones song, the new Pearl Jam album and more!
In their effort to showcase and support local artists during these times, Paulie, Creative Tony, and Shannon Koehler of The Stone Foxes, are joined by musical bad ass and big time 49ers/Giants fan, Aaron Redner, of The Grateful Bluegrass Boys and formerly of Hot Buttered Rum String Band.  Check out Aaron on facebook live and other social platforms, as well as,
Paulie, Creative Tony and Shannon Koehler of The Stone Foxes are back in action with a virtual hangout to discuss life during this pandemic, the UFC's private island, MLB's biosphere, the sanity saving aspects of music, and much more.  Plus they pay tribute to Kenny Rogers, Bill Withers and John Prine.  Be well, stay safe and enjoy!
In such surreal times, Paulie and Creative Tony try to remain positive and make some sense of life without the two things they love most in life (outside of their families, of course) sports and live music.
Before Rick Barry embarked on his bass fishing trip to the Amazon, he called in from the airport, along with his co-host and producer of "Warriors 24 Podcast", Cyrus Saatsaz.  The guys discuss fishing, the NBA all star game, Kobe's letter to Rick's son Canyon, surfing, Ben Harper, Pearl Jam, Jane's Addiction and more.
Happy Valentine's Day to all the cheaters out there!  The cheaters from Houston, that is.  Adam Copeland joins Paulie, Tony, and Shannon to talk about the Houston scandal, Breaking Bad, LL Cool J, and Shannon's shame after his soon to be infamous chocolate indecent.
Paulie, Creative Tony and Shannon Koehler of The Stone Foxes try to process the 49ers SB54 loss.  Plus, perhaps you've heard Grateful Dead, Phish, Rush, The Clash, and others being played during NFL games on Fox?  If so, you'll enjoy their conversation with Jake Jolly, the Fox Sports Producer who selects that music.
Live from Radio Row at the Miami beach Convention Center for Superbowl 54, it's the hungover duo of Paulie Mac and Creative Tony Rhein!  Oh...and they left Shannon Koehler of The Stone Foxes back at home to release his single...but he jumps in for final thoughts on 49ers vs Chiefs.  The beach is incredible, Tony got punched by Charles Haley, Paul and Stephen Jackson have agreed to "puff puff" together down the line, and Shannon thinks Andy Reid looks like the's crazy down in Miami!  Feels great baby!
Paulie, Creative Tony, and Shannon from The Stone Foxes thought that they were hot stuff with their scalding Super Sunday takes....but when Paulie and Murph talk to JOE MONTANTA, you gotta make room for the interview on the podcast!  Enjoy THEE GOAT.
Paulie and Creative Tony dive into the NFC Championship preview with the man who has anchored KTVU Channel 2 Sportscasts for almost 41 years, and covered all five 49ers Super Bowl titles in the process, Mark Ibanez.  Plus, a great breakdown of the GB/SF matchup with 49ers Public Address Announcer at Levi's Stadium, and co-host of the Lamont & Tonelli Show, Paul Tonelli.  Go Niners!
Paulie, Creative Tony and the SF Chronicle's Peter Hartlaub pay tribute to the greatest drummer of all time, the late Neil Peart.
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