The News Review:
- Jeff Buckley Remembered in Podcast as Live Disc Hits Stores
- Cutoff Man Podcast: Jeremy Bonderman’s return could prompt six-man …
- Jimmy Pardo and the art of podcasting
Jeff Buckley Remembered in Podcast as Live Disc Hits Stores
The series looks back at Buckley’s journey from playing New York City clubs to stardom to his tragic sudden death in 1997. Download the first episode right here on Rock Daily and pick up the rest on.
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Cutoff Man Podcast: Jeremy Bonderman’s return could prompt six-man …
| The Grand Rapids PressDetroit’s Jeremy Bonderman delivers a pitch for the West Michigan Whitecaps at Fifth Third Ballpark. Jeremy Bonderman is only a few rehab appearances shy from making his long-awaited return to Detroit — leaving the Tigers with some very important questions to answer about their starting rotation. If Dontrelle Willis continues his impressive comeback bid and Armando Galarraga can transform himself into the starter he was earlier in the season what action should be taken with Detroit’s rotation? Rather than follow the traditional five-starter route would the Tigers be better off utilizing a six-man rotation?Also Rick Porcello has won his last four consecutive starts lowering his ERA to 3. 55 in his rookie season. Should Porcello be considered the early frontrunner to win the American League Rookie of the Year — in a class in which only few candidates have distinguished themselves.
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Jimmy Pardo and the art of podcasting
His quick witted improvisations and rambling commentaries always keep the show just a hair off kilter yet held steady within Pardo’s masterful grip. What began as a natural progression of his Los Angeles stage show called Running Your Trap has taken on quite another life of its own since its debut in 2006. The format of the show is such that Pardo along with his producer Matt Belknap sit down with another guest and discuss pretty much any topic that comes up from current events and politics to music and amusing anecdotes. During a recent interview I asked Pardo whether this format is a better fit for him than doing stand-up. “Stand up is just kind of the hub of the wheel and these other things are kind of the spokes that go out.