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FOF #2587 – School of Rock’s Brian Falduto is Fabulous and We Love Him

“You’re tacky and I hate you!” Everyone remembers Billy, the flamboyant little kid nicknamed Fancy Pants in the hit film School of Rock starring Jack Black.

Today child star Brian Falduto from the film School of Rock all grown up joins us to talk about his roller coaster ride being labeled “the gay kid” long before he was able to come out on his own terms.

Posted in: Movies, Musicians, Podcast 1 year ago 0

FOF #2585 – The Big Ditties Go Extreme

In most families it’s the parents that yell at the kids to turn down the music, but in these three gals households, it’s the moms who rock.

Today, rockers Kelli Owens Hutton and Temple Schultz who form part of the rock trio The Big Ditties join us to talk about the weird place they find themselves in now that their parody video has been shut down by Extreme’s record label.

Posted in: Musicians, Podcast 1 year ago 0

FOF #2576 – Jesus is a Helluva Drug

Whenever religious fundamentalists speak in tongues or pass out because they are overcome with the holy spirit, we wonder are they for real? Is it just peer pressure from other religious folks that makes them get into it or is Jesus really one helluva drug?

Our guest today is musician Kyra Leigh— whose new album Transfigure captures her life growing up in an evangelical Christian family in the deep South.

Posted in: Interviews, Musicians, Podcast 1 year ago 0

FOF #2543 – Zombie Bathhouse A Go-Go

Zombies are usually portrayed as mindless creatures who crave human flesh to survive, but in the new musical, Zombie Bathhouse, the undead still crave human flesh, they just don’t necessarily want to swallow.

Today, the creators of Zombie Bathhouse, Brian Kirst and Scott Free, join us to talk about how to survive a zombie outbreak at a bathhouse with a little song and dance.

Posted in: Interviews, Music, Musical Theatre, Musicians, Podcast, Writers 2 years ago 3

FOF #2504 – Tracy Tyler Shines On

One of our favorite people we’ve ever met doing this podcast is trans musician Tracy Tyler, whose fun loving personality and big voice has entertained us for years.

Listen as we chat with Tracy about how her music has evolved over the years, why she’s so inspired by Air Supply and what are her thoughts about the new trans celebrities in entertainment.

Posted in: Musicians, Podcast 2 years ago 3

FOF #2435 – The Experimental Sounds of Sxip Shirey

One of the most inventive musicians I’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing is Sxip Shirey who grew up in the foothills of the Appalachian mountains and went on to became one of the world’s most beloved performers of unusual musical instruments.

Today, my soul brother Sxip Shirey joins us to talk about his new album A Bottle of Whiskey and a Handful of Bees.

Posted in: Interviews, Music, Musicians, Podcast 2 years ago 1

FOF #2349 – The Gayest Album Ever

In what may be the gayest album ever, DJ Ralphi Rosario presents “2 Sides to the Story” a collection of House music and bitch tracks inspired by shady queens, stripper DJs and other gay hi-jinks Ralphi has witnessed over the years as one of the founding fathers of House music.

Listen as Ralphi shares the backstory on some of these songs, working with the top divas and remembering DJ Frankie Knuckles.

Posted in: Interviews, Musicians, Podcast 3 years ago 0

FOF #2340 – Tom Goss Goes Viral

Tom Goss has had two very different music videos go viral: the playfully sexy “Bears” and the teen angst filled cover of Dusty Springfield’s “Son of a Preacher Man.” At what point does the viral success of his videos affect his future work?

Today Tom Goss joins us for a live music session to play his viral hits and he gives us a sneak peek of new music from his upcoming album.

Posted in: Live Music Sessions, Musicians, Podcast 3 years ago 3

FOF #2313 – Latrice Royale Infuses Jazz with Pizazz

One of the sweetest drag queens to ever come out of RuPaul’s Drag Race is Latrice Royale, who like Dr. Dre is straight out of Compton, or gay out of Compton.

Today, Latrice Royale joins us to talk about her new album “Here’s to Life,” a collection of jazz classics that pays tribute to strong black women in show business like Broadway’s Ruth Brown and jazz icon Shirley Horn.

Posted in: Drag Queens & Kings, Musicians, Podcast 3 years ago 3

FOF #2285 – The Sexiest TV Theme Songs Ever

TV theme songs just aren’t what they used to be. Maybe it’s because we grew up watching these shows, but there’s no denying that theme songs from the 70s and 80s were pop chart hits, and still get us going to this day.

Today DJ Marc Moose Moder joins us to talk about some of our favorite TV theme songs from the 70s and 80s– songs that were actually so loved by the audience they got air play on the radio.

Posted in: Music, Musicians, Podcast, Television 3 years ago 6