Episode 72 : Drinking The Kool-Aid

Umm, yeah, hi, on today’s show, Jon doesn’t know how to make Kool-Aid, Danielle’s work is in a gallery, and Jill wear’s flowers in her hair. Hot Topics include Dancing with the Stars, a man arrested for having sex with neighbors pool raft, virgins get in free to a festival in China, a Canadian pot-brownie mix-up leads to a barrel of laughs, and prosecutors seek new trial in the killing of Lawrence King.

This week’s featured song is “Anna Sun,” by Walk The Moon. *****On The Show Jon said that Walk The Moon would play w/The Kaiser Chiefs at The House Of Blues in Dallas Sept. 20th. Kaiser Chiefs rescheduled that show for a later date.

But have no fear! The sexy band that is Walk The Moon will play with Fitz and Tantrums at the House of Blues October 26th, 2011. Rejoice!!



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A Secretly Timid Interview : Don’t Tell My Wife I’m A Cult Leader / Gray, The New Black

Jon and Danielle welcome creator Todd Steinberg and artist Matt Rox from the the soon to be hit program, Don’t Tell My Wife I’m a Cult Leader, and curator (and fellow artist) for the Kessler Sept. 3 show, Misty Amber Moore into the cat studio for a car horn-side chat.

Misty, Todd, and Matt

Later, Gray, the New Black discuss how the band was formed and their musical influences. They also perform a brand new song called, “Ringtones and Royalties” before hitting the road for Austin where they will be performing at the Flamingo Cantina August 25th.

Johnn, Mike, and Alan. AKA, Gray, the New Black

You can see the band, the premier of Don’t Tell My Wife I’m a Cult Leader, and meet everyone you heard on this show Saturday, September 3rd at the Kessler Theater. Did we mention that it was free???

Head over to the Angelika Sept 23rd for a screening of Don’t Tell My Wife I’m a Cult Leader at the Dallas Video Fest!!


Music featured on this episode includes the theme music for Don’t Tell My Wife I’m a Cult Leader performed by Andy Sperandeo,  and “Ringtones and Royalties” and “Counting the Holes in my Heart” by Gray, The New Black.




sketch by Matt Rox