Archive for the ‘Double D Podcast’ Category
This is the eighth podcast from The Bobby D Show. Here’s what’s featured in this podcast: The music of Stacy Earl, A TSA Agent calls and leaves us a voice-mail, The Osama Song to the Flipper Theme, People’s top life regrets and a lot more. Keep in mind that our podcast are 100% NEW material. We love to recycle but we’re not doing it here! Now find out more about the featured musical guests.
Stacy broke onto the music scene with RCA and her self-titled album, STACY EARL . The album delivered 3 top ten singles, “Love Me All Up,” “Romeo & Juliet” and “Slowly.” The first single, “Love Me All Up,” jumped 27 points on the Billboard Hot 100 in it’s second week on the chart. The follow-up, “Romeo And Juliet” was the most added single in America – a first ever for a new female artist. In Japan, the record was second only to Michael Jackson. With a multi-octave voice that transcends the merely technical, with a heart stopping blend of youthful innocence and worldly sophistication, Stacy brings an unmistakable signature to every song she sings. The New York Daily News compared Stacy to Bessie Smith and Dinah Washington in her “breathy, understated style that projects a subdued, yet driving sensual energy that is always classy and never crude.” Interview Magazine described Stacy’s demeanor as “ blissing out on R&B ballads, pop, and bubble-funk.” It called the debut album “optimistic and seductive”, and added that “Stacy Earl runs on smile power.”
This is the seventh podcast from The Bobby D Show. Here’s what’s featured in this podcast: The music of Attackhead, Why sex dies once you get married, An overactive bladder commercial, Men Choose Internet over sex and beer and a lot more. Keep in mind that our podcast are 100% NEW material. We love to recycle but we’re not doing it here! Now find out more about the featured musical guests.
Attackhead was founded in Orange County, California in late 2002 by guitarist/singer Mark Chapman.
Attackhead self released it’s debut full length CD “Voices in the Dark” in February 2008. The band members have a variety of musical influences from old school metal to death metal to Punk.
Attackhead signed with Twisted Hillbilly Records and re-recorded and re-released “Voices in the Dark – Second Attack” in the fall of 2010.
Attackhead strives to create an entertaining stage show, along with a “Just like the CD” musical performance.
Attackhead is described as Old School Thrash that will make you “Get in the Pit”.
**PLEASE BE ADVISED**
The content of this podcast may not be suitable for all audiences. If you are under the age of 18 please check with a parent before listening. Now…..ENJOY!
This is the sisth podcast from The Bobby D Show. Here’s what’s featured in this podcast: The music of The Stereo Boyz, The Wal-Mart of Weed, Barry Bonds defends himself against drug use, Paris Hilton fills out her bracket and a lot more. Keep in mind that our podcast are 100% NEW material. We love to recycle but we’re not doing it here! Now find out more about the featured musical guests.
The Stereo Boyz
The Stereo Boyz consist of members Mixo (aka Applauze Beetz), Mic Audio (aka Perfect Hell) and Kid Boombox.
With Mixo and Kid Boombox coming from Detroit and Mic Audio from Chicago they have created a perfect fusion of the Midwest. Combining strong lyrics with catchy hooks, their sound merges the best of both worlds: clever rhymes and beats that any hip hop fan will nod their head or move their feet to.
The mixtape “Sound Check Vol 1” was their first group effort and has earned praises from rap fans worldwide, as well as Mic Audios recent solo project “Biblical Fearical”. The Stereo Boyz dropped their EP “Live from the Ghettoblaster” on January 22nd and their highly anticipated debut album “Radio Heads” is set to be released in the summer of 2011. Constantly in the studio recording and working on new beats and rhymes the group has several mixtapes from all group members coming out, making it impossible to be slept on.
The Stereo Boyz represent the past, present, & future of Detroit Hip-Hop. Their combination of Detroit Motown and Chicago’s House & Electro Pop sound has created a midwest masterpiece. Now it’s time to share that masterpiece with the world.
This is the fifth podcast from The Bobby D Show. Here’s what’s featured in this podcast: The music of 6 Prong Paw, How to Manscape correctly, Why you should pass on first date sex, Our Real American A-Hole, We introduce our new game with Ted Haggard, and a lot more.
Sessions for 6 Prong Paw started in 1998. The line up includes Nick Williams on vocals, Dustin Cook on guitar, Sean Austin on guitar, Josh Moore on drums and Chad Rabideaux on bass and backup vocals.
In March 2006 6 Prong Paw went on to win “The Heavyweight Championship” battle of the bands competition sponsored by former radio station 107.7 WKYL. The band beat over 200 entries. They also were approached by Joe Picasso films and had the winning show filmed in HD. The band had entered the competition for the past 5 five years, each time making it to the finals, so it was a great triumph to finally win. Plus the shows where creating a great buzz about the band in the Michigan area. Now you can find 6pp’s music anywhere and everywhere online including iTunes. The band has now invested in their own recording equipment and plan on using their experience to record their first full length. (This information was given to The Bobby D Show from the band and was not written by the show.)
This is the fourth podcast from The Bobby D Show. Here’s what’s featured in the podcast: Porn Myths about Sex, 10 Steps to a Porn Addiction, Our Parody song about John and Meg Ryan, Brett Farve’s…um…member talks about retirement, and why woman in their 40’s are more likely to give it up on the first date.
More about this week’s musical guest: It’s probably the reason you’re here, to check out a GREAT band, Low-Fi. These guys are out of Boise, ID. We had a chance to chat with the band about their music, touring and why Myspace is a lost beast (I have no idea why I brought up Myspace?!?!?).
This is the third podcast from The Bobby D Show. Here’s what’s featured in this podcast: The music of A Killing Dove, Some celebrity New Year’s Resolutions, The oddest ways to get wasted, Our interview with Carson Daly, Our “Christmas Is Over” parody song, and a lot more.
We played 2 songs from A Killing Dove. The first song was “The Pageants Over” and the second song we played was “Bare Souled & Blatant”.
This is the second podcast from The Bobby D Show. Have we got a good one for you!
Featured in this podcast: Our Real American A-Hole, Chicks who got famous off their rack, Pole Dancer Magazine, Great Porn Star Names, A very odd pat down from the TSA and musical guest: Vial….Experiment.
We had some time to chat with the band, and we played two songs: “Weapons of Mass Distraction” and “Shutter.”
This first podcast features the following stuff; Devin the Devious Interns Deep Thought, Times When You Might Have to Cheat, A Crazy Michael Jackson Remix for Beat It, Comedy from Donnell Rawlings and a TON more. Be sure to click on the link to download the first podcast. Thanks!