We chat with Vermont’s #1 Conspiracy Theorist about the financial system, Russia, and more! This is part 1 of a 2 part series.
We chat with Seven Days Photographer Matt Thorsen about his work, and the celebrities he has photographed. We also try out a new game called Tableau.
We have a very explicit chat with international DJ Craig Mitchell about his best and worst DJing moments, his run in with the Waitsfield Klan, and his epic battle over a Marky Marky and the Funky Bunch towel at Memorial Auditorium. We end with a fun round of Karaokemon.
We chat with James Kochalka, VT’s first Cartoonist Laureate. We talk about his band James Kochalka Superstar, how he first started as a waiter in Winooski, and many of his various artistic endeavors.
We chat with our #1 fan about how we’ve done a year into the podcast, what he likes most and what we could improve on.
We talk to local music manager and event organizer Sarah Stickle about her new business, Jazzfest, First Night VT, and we play Maple Syrup or Heroin, and Most Liberal!
We chat to Nathan Hartswick and Natalie Miller of the Sixth Annual Green Mountain Comedy Festival! We play Word Association, Will and I give the two of them some couple’s therapy (with some action figures!), and we end with a hilarious improvised AD Men.
We finish the second half of our Phish episode. We play ‘Phish lyrics or my lyrics’, and we look at Phish references in pop culture. Were the Whistler brothers able to convince Chicky and Will that Phish is worth a listen?
We talk to Brian Nagle and Paddy Reagan, who have been curating Winooski’s own music festival, Waking Windows, for 4 years. We play a smashing game of Karaokemon, and everyone has to decide whether a list of band names are real or ones that Chicky made up.
In the first part of a two-part series, we talk to two huge Phish fans (Adam and Charlie Whistler), as they try to convince us to listen and maybe even tolerate Phish (and their fans). Along the way we play “What Else Could You Buy If You Didn’t Waste Money On Phish Tickets?” and “Phish, Fish, or Phish(ing)”.