Ryan Droste @ryandroste is the cohost of the Top Rope Nation – pro wrestling podcast. He is also a big fan of Bruce Springsteen and his music. He joins Jesse to talk a little wrestling, a little Bruce and lots of music.
A Thanksgiving wish for all our listeners. Be safe, remember to social distance, wash your hands, and wear a mask. Happy Thanksgiving #thanksgiving2020
Cail Judy @cail_Judy joins Jesse to talk about his podcast Album vs Album, his love of books & his Springsteen journey.
Here is the 2nd part of their two-part discussion.
Holly was a longtime lover of music, a ticket angel, a superfan, writer, researcher, and a trusted assistant to many members of the E Street Family. Dan French joins Jesse to share his memories of Holly. To celebrate her life, her family & friends are asked to donate to the Humane Society of NY.
Jason Harris @jharriscomedy is the co-host of the Awesome Movie Year Podcast @awesomemoviepod. He is a filmmaker, comedian, actor, writer, and long time Springsteen fan. He joins Jesse to talk about his podcast and his Springsteen fandom.
Ande Parks @andeparks is a gifted comic book inker & writer that has worked on Green Arrow, Nightwing & the Lone Ranger. He shares his Springsteen journey & why he thought he was cursed & would never see Bruce perform live.
Macreena Doyle joins Jesse on the podcast to talk about her musical fandom of Bruce as well as Clint Black. She shares stories about the music, different shows & of course the Mary Question.
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Gabriel Bergmoser @gobergmoser returns to the podcast to discuss life under the pandemic in Malborne, his latest writing & the new Springsteen release Letter to You. You can find links to Gabriel’s writing at his website https://www.gabrielbergmoser.com/
Crystal Vasquez @CrystalDFW just finished her first documentary & her subject is a long-time DFW radio icon Mike “the ole grey wolf” Rhyner. The film goes into his Dallas roots, his time at the legendary Rock Station The Zoo & his efforts to bring full time Sports Talk Radio to the DFW area. The film can be found at www.theoldgreywolf.com