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March 20, 2020 @ 1:00 am

Episode 106 - Sergio Munoz


Sergio Munoz is an Emmy and Murrow award-winning videographer. He’s shot news, ads, live events, television, sports, and film, and has worked production for PBS, Dunkin Donuts, Publix, Wells Fargo, Fox Sports, Fox News, MTV, the Boston Red Sox, etc. etc. etc. He's also an accomplished drummer, guitarist, and vocalist - and while performing in local band Cadence Wednesday, he opened for national groups like Shinedown. 

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March 13, 2020 @ 1:00 am

Episode 105 - Chris Duffus


Chris Duffus is our executive producer, an experienced financial technology entrepreneur, and currently founder and CEO of Fonbnk, Inc. an emerging mobile technology company addressing financial inequity across the developing world by enabling anyone with a prepaid mobile phone to have a bank account.

Chris's first entrepreneurial venture was the Scholar's Club, an academic not-for-profit focused on developing a peer culture of accomplishment and academic excellence among disadvantaged and underserved students. It has become one of Southwest Florida's premier academic organizations having served nearly 100,000 students.

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March 6, 2020 @ 1:00 am

Episode 104 - Year 2 Review


It's the show's anniversary again, and Mike, Richard, and Tara sit down in the studio to talk about how the year went, what we learned, and which songs from our guests are now part of our own musical histories.

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February 28, 2020 @ 1:00 am

Episode 103 - Barbara German


Barbara German is the real name of WXNX's afternoon DJ, Sadie. She’s a music lover/nerd (she got a record player for her First Communion) and she wanted to be in the media. She’s been in radio professionally since 2002 and she also promotes animal fostering through "Sadie's Puppies" on 93X.

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February 21, 2020 @ 1:00 am

Episode 102 - Ned and Ethan Durant


Ned and Ethan DuRant are a father and son duo that makes up the local band Dizygote. They play “heavy music, weaving elements of folklore, storytelling and observations of our world with pounding drums and heavy guitar riffs.”

Ned, the father of the duo, is originally from the Carolinas but now teaches high school and lives in Cape Coral. He's is a lifelong musician, and was once a member of Chatham County Line.

Ethan, 15, has been drumming since he could walk. He also has a sensory processing disorder, meaning he can’t stand loud noises, especially if they’re sudden, but uniquely, he loved the drums and could never stopped playing.

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February 14, 2020 @ 1:00 am

Episode 101 - Nancy Stetson


Nancy Stetson is an award-winning arts & entertainment writer and critic. She was a regular writer for the Chicago Tribune, where her beat included music, theater, books and pop culture. Here in Southwest Florida she’s been a Florida Weekly staff member since its inception, covering and reviewing the arts. And she was the first person who wrote a story about our podcast - in Florida Weekly.

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February 7, 2020 @ 1:00 am

Episode 100 - David Mayfield


David Mayfield is the front man of The David Mayfield Parade. He's played in Cadillac Sky, and alongside The Avett Brothers and Mumford and Sons. David grew up playing bass and touring in a bus with his family’s bluegrass band. He started collecting national awards while still a teen for his dexterity on guitar and mandolin. He has also appeared on “The Late Show with David Letterman.”

His fourth album Boy Howdy! is just out.


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January 31, 2020 @ 1:00 am

Episode 99 - Joe and Jessi Lachut


Jessi Lachut is a Fort Myers native who has been involved in the local DIY punk/activist scene since the 90s. She has put out zines, started a Women's health collective and was involved in feeding the homeless with the Fort Myers chapter of Food Not Bombs.

Joe Lachut is a Western New York native that moved to Naples in the early 90s, and then up to Fort Myers in 2001. He's been in a number of local bands including, Merkit, Panzram, Evil Existence, Jiyuna & currently plays in Plural Being. Recently Joe made the leap, quit his day job, and along with Jessi opened Graveyard Shift Screen Printing, he says to combine his love for the art form with the ethics he learned from his involvement with Do-It-Yourself culture.

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January 24, 2020 @ 1:00 am

Episode 98 - Luc Flannery


 Luc Flannery is the TV traffic coordinator at KPBS in San Diego, but his twitter bio is a better read on him: "Luc Flannery, NPR, PBS, BBQ, BJJ" Luc has done radio, television, live music, kitchen prep, mead and sake brewing, martial arts, competitive bbq, and vegan ice cream making at a shop he ran with Mike Cosden - out guest from Ep. 78. Luc’s one of those people that fills the spare time he has with whatever he’s passionate or curious about, and then dedicates himself to those things.

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January 17, 2020 @ 1:00 am

Episode 97 - Alissa Roca


Alissa Roca is an opera singer who says she enjoys performing in a variety of styles ranging from Baroque to Contemporary and everything in between. She has worked as a soloist with a variety of symphonies, and has produced and performed numerous solo recitals.

She’s also known for her work in contemporary music, and frequently works with composers including Joseph Thalken, Dan Welcher, Jesper Koch, Michael Daugherty, and primarily with composer Jason Mulligan. She premiered his first vocal work in 2012 and the two have continued to collaborate on countless projects including a premiere as a part of the New American Voices series. She has premiered over sixteen pieces including a full length concert drama and set of songs of her own texts.

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