Happy 4th of July from The Gravy Age, be safe, try not to blow off your thumbs or testicles tonight. New episode, interviews and more coming soon. Just spent a week up in the mountains while the kiddos had a day camp, haven’t had a chance to read anything at all. What’s coming up? A review of BCWYWF and something special involving our buds at Bayside High And Drunk and some Saved By The Bell Comics.
PS check out the upcoming episode of Axeology for a little song I did to test my Orange Crush 35RT and recording into Ableton with my DigiTech RP360 as a DI box lol
I’ve been kicking around an idea, lately that would combine two of my favorite things into one awesome project, and I would love for you to follow me on this journey. Follow me after the jump, and let’s see where I want to go with this.
As mentioned on the latest episode of the podcast, The Gravy Age has joined forces with awesome High Voltage Radio Network to be part of a network of kick-ass independent podcasts. Let’s take a minute to see who else is part of the family.
I just wanted to say a huge thank you to wild man of podcasting, mad genius, hilarious dude, and legitimately good guy Mad Mock from Z-poc Nation for having me on the newest episode, and playing a clip of us talking about baby rentals. I first met Mock as a guest on the Axehole’s Lounge I did with Axeology a little while back and just about fell out of my chair when Z-poc Nation returned and he mocked the spelling of my name and called me a “communist” and referred to us as a couple of “fat, f*cking monsters,” Mad Mock gets it. He is a larger than life personality, like the best in talk radio, he is a podcast giant. We talked a bit about comics, Captain America and all that good stuff. Also on this episode Mad Mock, “Dooms” Dave, and Professor Paige run through the zombie apocalypse survival bracket along with more classic radio drama. Go check it out! You can find the episode on Stitcher, iTunes, and podomatic. Also go check out the Z-Poc Nation YouTube channel. Thanks again,
Today, September 30th is National Podcast Day. I just wanted to take a moment to share some podcasts I dig with with you. Podcasting is often done for no money, and more often costs the people who do it money. Maybe you can’t give all the podcasts you love some money, but you can certainly let them know you listen and you appreciate what they do. I’m going to list a bunch of podcasts I listen to as my way of showing my appreciation to all these cool folks who have provided me with hundreds of hours of free entertainment. Follow me