The home of all things Spooky on CKCC Radio is back with a new episode. A continuation from a podcast earlier in the year where Jeff talks about living in a possibly haunted house. We've all heard the term spirit animal, but Jeff gives his thoughts on if animals can haunt just like humans can. Check it out on the 77th episode of Real Paranormal Talk.
Ranking Tracks is back with a new episode! This time around we listen to the 1978 classic Stranger In Town by Bob Seger. What a great album! Do you have a favorite Seger song?
Your host has been lucky enough to visit 8 different places that have been investigated on Ghost Hunters. On this episode, Jeff discusses those 8 different locations. He also mentions the places that Ghost Adventures has investigated that he's visited and a special shoutout to Josh Gates and Destination Truth.
J-Bunny’s Music Hub Episode 74: Chris Zacher (Frankie Goes to Dollywood, ex-The Tombstone Brawlers, ex-Somewhere Between Murder and Suicide, ex-Bucket of Sunshine, ex-The Omega Men) 8-22-2022
J-Bunny sits down on Skype with Chris Zacher to discuss his career in music. They talk about how he came to join The Tombstone Brawlers, how that led to the project Somewhere Between Murder and Suicide, and how an attempt to resurrect Somewhere Between Murder and Suicide years later led to the formation of Zach and the Lo Men. They also touch on Chris's time in the bands Themes for Frances, Bucket of Sunshine, and the Omega Men, as well as how signing with a booking agency led to Zach and the Lo Men becoming Frankie Goes to Dollywood. Chris also discusses how the Sussex County/North Jersey local music scene was more of a thing from the mid 90s to early 00s than it is now, and why that change occurred. J-Bunny also asks Chris what he thinks about the current state of the music industry.
Podcast intro "Rock Intro 3" courtesy of audionautix.com. "Die You Zombie Bastards" by The Tombstone Brawlers appears on the soundtrack to the movie Die You Zombie Bastards and Frankie Goes to Dollywoods's version of "Take On Me" is currently available for free download at www.frankiegoestodollywood.com. Both songs were included with the permission of Chris Zacher.
Our season finale is a doozy, featuring Matt Hack and John Maestro from Inter Species Wrestling. The draft year is 1997, and let's just say that one of the cards is...NSFW. Also, the guy preview ISW's upcoming show on Black Friday in New Haven, CT! As always, go to our Twitter after you listen to vote for which card you feel is the winner.
Ranking Tracks goes back to it's 80s roots when your host discusses the Foreigner album 4. What's the significance of the number 4 for this album? And what song best represents the band off the album? Only one way to find out! Take a listen to this week's Ranking Tracks!
Matt talks about the wild Martinsville weekend from Ty Gibbs' bump and run that eliminates a teammate from the playoffs to Ross Chastain's go for broke move on the final lap that put him in the playoffs. He also handicaps the odds of the four Xfinity drivers and the four Cup drivers each battling to say they were the best in 2022