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Ep. 269: Major Glen – Denver Rock Band

Major Glen makes rock music that feels like it could fit in virtually any era. That’s a tribute to the talent of its members, and also just how kickass their tunes are. Barrett Ward plays rhythm guitar and sings, Ben Brich plays drums, and they comprise half of this quartet formed in Glendale, CO. On…

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Ep. 268: Christie Buchele – Comedian

Christie Buchele is a Denver-based standup comic, former host of the Empty Girlfriend Podcast, member of the Pussy Bros, teacher, and all-around cool chick. Big thanks to our mutual friend Cecile for hooking the two of us up! On this week’s show we talk about bridging the political gap between liberals and conservatives, how to…

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Ep. 267: Kyle Bell – Former CSU Running Back

“I’ve got a fever… and the only prescription is more Kyle Bell.” You likely remember the Saturday Night Live skit with Christopher Walken as Bruce Dickinson coaching Blue Oyster Cult on how to punch up their song “Don’t Fear the Reaper” with more cowbell. Well, if you were in the stands at Hughes Stadium, you…

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Ep. 266: Rob Rector – Podcaster OG, Film Buff

Rob Rector is responsible for my first ever podcast appearance. He ran a site called Natsukashi, and on May 1, 2009, he released our conversation with Stu Charno as the three of us discussed the 1985 gender-swapping farce Just One of the Guys. Rob’s structure of the show was impeccable, his hosting style amiable, and…

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Ep. 265: Kitty Vincent – Owner, Revolver Salon; Lead Guitarist, Zealot

Kitty Vincent was introduced to me by a mutual friend (Hi, Cecile!), and she’s the owner of Revolver: A Salon in Denver, and the lead ripping guitarist for Denver band Zealot. It’s always a thrill to meet parents of young children that aren’t dorky ciphers and who actually continue to engage in other pursuits beyond…

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Ep. 264: Ryan Mehaffey – Founder and CEO of Feast Over Famine

Ryan Mehaffey is the Founder and CEO of Feast Over Famine, which “helps servant hearted organizations to scale effectively & navigate the tension where mission and profit collide.” From their website: Our deepest desire as an organization is to see the global challenges that our world faces (poverty, hunger, incarceration, homelessness, addiction, etc) relieved and…

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Ep. 263: Dr. Jamie Bovay – Movement Jedi, Physical Therapist, Entrepreneur

Dr. Jamie Bovay is a Denver-based physical therapist who helps people recover from injury so they can stay active in their favorite sport/hobby, exercising, and fully enjoying life.  He founded KinetikChain Denver when he wanted to create a different way to provide patient care and rehabilitation.  Frustrated with the models of clinics seeing 3 or…

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Jon’s Audio Resume Vol. 14: Public Relations Representative

Welcome to Jon’s Audio Resume, the Jon of All Trades solo exploration of all the weird ass jobs I’ve had in my life. This series runs in chronological order and here is my 14th job. Job: Public Relations Representative, Noble EnergyDuration: December 2010 – April 2015Pay: $72,000/yr. + bonus (starting)Did I get along with my boss(es)? How the hell…

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Ep. 261: The Mazlows – Denver Punk Band

If the year 2020 has proven one thing to me – well, one thing that’s positive anyway – it’s that punk rock is what soothes my soul more than anything else. So, when I became aware of The Mazlows, a pop punk band out of Lakewood, CO – just next door to my hometown of…

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Ep. 260: Travis Volz – Entrepreneur, Communications Pro, Facebook Wizard

Travis Volz and I have 33 mutual friends on Facebook. I don’t remember exactly when we connected, but that’s a lot for a dude prior to friending me that I’d never met, nor ever heard of. But I friended him anyway, and I’m glad I did because his Facebook game is ON POINT. Seriously, he’s…

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