Hi, it's me, Dan P! It's almost time for the next Dan Potacke Show! This time, I'm welcoming Rick Tvedt from the Madison Area Music Awards (MAMAs). He'll be talking about the different charities that the MAMAs contribute to. I'll also ask him what the chances that my upcoming country/prog-rock album "Seasons of Potacke" will sweep next year's awards.
We will also have stand-up comedy courtesy of Mr. David Leon. He sold me a high-quality bagel, that's why he is performing.
Hi, Dan Potacke here! Last month, I got some people together and we decided to record a Dan Potacke Show... in a studio! I decided to get some of my favorite folks from around Madison to come together and record in a space where the video/audio quality didn't look great.
In this special in-studio edition, I interview Aaron Yonda and Matt Sloan of Blame Society Productions and we get a musical performance from Mark Kump. Also, I interview a local author who writes entirely in the genre of erotic fan-fiction and I also have a chat with the guy who records all the announcements you hear on the bus. Plus a wizard stops by!
Or download it as a podcast:
Dan Potacke Show - In-Studio Special! 42:22-446 MB
If you want to skip to a particular part, here's the time line for the episode.
0:00-Intro/Tips for Improving Madison
4:45- Dan Eats Popsicles
8:30- Interactive Historian
12:00- Carbon Neutral With Bob Advertisement
14:00- Bus Announcer Interview
18:20- Suffering Kitchen Advertisement
21:10- Blame Society Interview
31:05- Erotic Fan-Fiction Author Interview
35:20- Dan Potacke Show “Highlight Reel”
36:50- Mark Kump Musical Performance
Special Thanks to WYOU, this is their wonderful studio and we did this as part of their Spring Pledge Drive. If you want to contribute, or if you want to make your own in-studio programs, head over to http://www.wyou.org. Thanks for Eric Allin for running the studio equipment and Adam Waldron for manning the lead camera!
April showers bring MORE DAN POTACKE SHOWS!!!
Join me, Dan Potacke, on Monday, April 5th as I interview JOEL SHANAHAN. You might know him from the band Butt Funnel, or the band Suicide TXT, or the 80 billion other bands he is in. When Joel isn't playing in a show, he's reviewing it as a member of the exciting world of freelance journalism. I'll ask him about all of these things, then I'll run out of questions and we will sit there awkwardly staring at one another.
Also, we'll have comedian Marcos Lara. The only thing bigger than his hair are the laughs generated by his jokes!
Dan Potacke Show - March 22nd w/ Freedom From Religion Foundation Co-President Annie Laurie Gaylor and comedian Mike Schmidt!March 15th, 2010
Hi, everybody! Dan Potacke here!
I've got another show coming up! This time, I welcome Annie Laurie Gaylor, the Co-President of the Freedom From Religion Foundation and feminist scholar. Annie has spoken in front of academic and social conferences around the world and, for some reason, she's actually agreed to be on this show! Why? I have no idea! But she's a nice lady and I'm glad she's coming.
Note to self: become an expert of both religious and women's studies by next week so I don't ask horribly inadequate questions. Guess I better crack open those books!
Also, we will have the fabulous comedian Mike Schmidt! One time he helped me get some ketchup out of a bottle when I couldn't get any to come out to put on my fries. So feel free to bring any troublesome ketchup bottles, he'll help you out!
It’s time for another Dan Potacke Show! Joining Dan this time around will be Tom Farley. Tom is currently running for a seat on the Madison Metropolitan School Board. He is also the founder of the Chris Farley Foundation, a nationally recognized substance abuse prevention organization named in honor of his late brother, Chris Farley. He is also the co-author of The New York Times bestseller, The Chris Farley Show: A Life in Three Acts. Tom is the first Dan Potacke guest whom has had a book on the NYT bestseller list AND the first guest is who is currently running for public office… wow!
Also, we will have great comedy by Mr. Ryan Casey. Ryan Casey has recently cut his hair shorter which is a really good look for him, he looks sharp. Just imagine if he had a nice pair of slacks to go with it! Ryan Casey: He’s going places! Oh, and he is very funny to boot!
All this and more at The Dan Potacke Show at the Frequency at 6:30 PM on Monday, March 8th. As always, this show has NO COVER and is 21+.