Eddie Jason & Chris: Interviews and Current Events
Summary: Eddie, Jason & Chris talk about current events, pop-culture, alternative music, and make each other cry. Hear it live Friday nights at www.idobiRadio.com. www.EJCshow.com.
Another big EJC episode with musician/actor Thomas Ian Nicholas (American Pie, Thomas Nicholas Band) and rising indie superstars Charming Liars. The episode begins with Eddie playing a couple prank calls involving the Jason and Chris soundboards. After Jason and Chris criticizes the prank calls (but never contribute their own ideas) the guys welcome Charming Liars! Charming Liars is a British/American rock band, based in Los Angeles, California but originally founded in London. They've been releasing music since 2012 with the release of their debut album. Now, they're promoting their awesome new record, the 12:31 AM EP, available here. Singer Kiliyan Maguire calls in to chat about the smash new single "Soul", how the band's sound has evolved from rock to indie and just what what exactly the significance of the time 12:31 AM is. Then, the guys are very happy to welcome Thomas Ian Nicholas. You know him from hit movies like Rookie of the Year, the American Pie series and tons more. But he's also an accomplished musician and plays in his own band, Thomas Nicholas Band. The group plays original songs and favorite covers from the American Pie soundtrack. The interview goes in all directions, from what it took to get Nicholas' music on the American Pie soundtrack, the Pledge Music campaign for the new record Frat Party (pre-order here), upcoming projects and tons more. Also, Eddie confronts Fish of idobi's Gone Fishkin' on talking smack, Chris is given Game of Thrones style shaming, strip club buffets, Jason would be a prude as a woman, Chris with the latest news and more. This episode is proudly brought to you by Coors Banquet.
This week, EJC welcomes ReverbNation Artist of the Month, Moxy and the Influence and indie-popers Beginners! After Jason and Eddie play a prank on another online radio show using Chris sound clips to create a really bad rap, they welcome ReverbNation Artist of the Month, Moxy and the Influence. With ages ranging from just 13 to 21, the young SoCal rockers are an all-female foursome with a sound that is a mix of modern rock and 80s influence. Listen in as they talk about what it's like being young band, their plans for the future of and more. Then, an indie band you've probably either heard on your favorite TV show or in a commercial calls in, Beginners. Their single "Who Knows" off their first EP launched the band two years ago resulting in buzz from Rolling Stone, Perez Hilton, Huffington Post and TV syncs on shows including New Girl and commercials for Ray Ban, Skullcandy and Miller Lite. Eddie and Jason ask what their album cover means, talk about band members who are always late, punk rock influences and more. Plus, the Colin Kaepernick colossal, how dirty glasses almost caused a trip to urgent care, MTV VMAs recap and tons more. This episode is proudly brought to you by Coors Banquet.
This week on EJC, the guys chat with Rebecca Ramos of I The Victor and Drew, singer and guitarist of DC punk band, The Split Seconds! After the show kicks off with Jason talking about music he's been listening to lately, Rebecca Ramos of solo act I The Victor phones in. Ramos has topped multiple iTunes charts and has opened for the likes of 7 Minutes In Heaven, Copeland, Set It Off, SayWeCanFly and more. Ramos chats with the guys about how she comes up with melodies, her hobbies and more. See the idobi premiere for her new video for the acoustic performance of the song "Write To Say" here. Next up, Drew of punk band The Split Seconds phones in to discuss his bands latest release, The Split Seconds LP. The band draws inspiration from late 70's bands such as The Buzzcocks and The Clash. All proceeds from The Split Seconds' digital sales will be donated to Lucky Dog Animal Rescue, a volunteer-run animal rescue that saves homeless and abandoned dogs and cats from certain euthanasia. Purchase the digital release on iTunes here. Plus, the guys talk about dying, Eddie proves his theory that political talk radio is nonsense with a prank call, Chris offers dating advice, Chris with the latest headlines and more. This episode is proudly brought to you by Coors Banquet and CW Hemp.
This week's episode of Eddie Jason & Chris features philosophical art rockers Beautiful Machines and Chris Jay, co-writer and co-producer of the new movie The Bet. The episode kicks off with Jason making fun of the hard candy Eddie bought for the EJC studio. Who doesn't like hard candy? Jason must be a communist Trump supporter. This leads into a new Chris soundboard prank call involving an outdoors store in which Chris' sound clips oddly pick up the girl who answers the phone. Robot Chris has more game than real Chris. Then, Conrad Schuman and Stefanie Ku of Beautiful Machines join the show to talk about their new record, Bridges. The San Francisco act also talks about mind expanding substances, Ku's work as a sound healer, the brown note and much more. The band has several upcoming tour dates on their Facebook page. Be sure to check them out! After a quick game of Who Said It: Chris or Hillary Clinton, Chris Jay (Army of Freshman) calls in to talk about his new project, The Bet. The fun and raunchy movie tells the story of Denton Baker (Alex Klein - NBC’s Community), a loser in life and love who gets into a high stakes bet where he has one summer to find and hook up with every girl he had a crush on while growing up. Hilarity ensues in this movie filled with witty dialogue. Watch it on your favorite VOD service now! This episode is proudly brought to you by Coors Banquet and CW Hemp.
This week on Eddie Jason & Chris, the guys chat with catchy and groovy indie rockers, The Fame Riot. But first, Jason and Eddie are annoyed that Chris is running late to the show as they discuss how boring the Olympics are this year. For some reason, Jason doesn't even like to watch women's volleyball–which really confuses Eddie. This leads into a Michael Phelps themed prank call involving a gym and a lack of abs. Then, the guys are joined by the very talented and sexy The Fame Riot. The rising Tacoma, Washington act is fronted by two over the top, fabulous brothers, Liz Scarlett and Shazam "Tea Time" Watkins. The interview dives into everything from the band's recent record deal to growing up writing and playing music and even spankings. Plus, Chris can't find a prescription drug hook-up, Jason is out of touch with pop culture, the guys have a deep disdain for Facebook, awkward status updates on social media, Eddie comes up with lyrics for the Doogie Howser M.D. theme song and Chris with the latest headlines. This episode is proudly brought to you by Coors Banquet and CW Hemp.
On episode lucky #227, Eddie Jason & Chris welcome two bands playing Denver's Underground Music Showcase (UMS) 2016: *repeat repeat and Campaign Charlie. The show kicks off with Jason being absent yet again due to his dog having health issues. He later Skypes in to give the EJC listeners, and the one Jason fan, an update. Then, listener David in Australia Skypes in as Eddie and Chris play strange clips from Michelle Obama's speech at the Democratic National Convention. After Chris and Eddie make fun of each other, Eddie catches up with awesome band *repeat repeat at UMS. They're a really cool surf rock inspired indie outfit from East Nashville, TN, that just added a fourth member named Neil. Eddie and the band chat about everything including their new band mate, big things on the horizon, van troubles on their way to Denver and more. Then, the genre melding Campaign Charlie joins EJC with an interview recorded at the Hi-Dive in Denver. The guys talk about their influences, how the band's name is hard for Eddie to say, why their music is "drinking man's music" and lots more. Check these guys out! Plus, David hosts a game called What's That Australian Slang, Jason Skypes in and tells the harrowing tale of his dog's life or death ordeal, David interviews Eddie Jason & Chris, Jason regales us with seaman's tales of the open water and more.
Another fast paced, action packed episode of Eddie Jason & Chris is coming your way. It's like Fast & Furious 16, the one where they start a terrible podcast. This week, the guys welcome the new ambassadors of rock, Crobot! Before the guys chat with Brandon Yeagley, singer of Crobot, they get into the breaking news that Insane Clown Posse is planning a march on Washington D.C. because they're classified as a gang, according to the FBI. But, what's more dangerous, an ICP show or a Guns 'n' Roses concert? EJC look at the facts. Then, Brand Yeagly Skypes in to talk about all the awesome things going on with his band, Crobot. They're always on tour and this year they'll be playing with The Virginmarys, Sevendust, Killswitch Engange and Volbeat. Yeagley tells Eddie and Chris all about how his band decided to brand their own hot sauce, how they like to have "safety meetings" and more. This is a band to watch! Plus, the guys take calls from people playing Pokemon Go, a prank call featuring Bill Clinton, Joe Escalante of The Vandals on Bar Rescue and the latest headlines with Chris and his news. This episode proudly is brought to you by, Coors Banquet.
This week, the guys welcome Jess Coppens, the vocalist of baby band on the rise, Mirror Eyes. It's an exciting time for the band as they're getting ready to play Vans Warped Tour's Main Stage at their hometown stop of Detroit, Michigan. Also, an interstellar chat with author and real-life rocket scientist, Stephanie Osborn. The show kicks off with Eddie and Chris not understanding why actor Scott Baio (Happy Days, Charles in Charge) was invited to speak at the Republican National Contention. After making as much fun of Baio as possible, EJC play a brand new Republican themed prank call. What happens when Donald Trump calls a Chinese restaurant? Then, the talented Jess Coppens of Mirror Eyes joins the show to talk about how her band came together and how they're getting ready for a big performance on Warped Tour's Main Stage in Detroit. She also promises the idobi Radio audience that she'll do a banjo cover version of "Hold Your Breath", the Mirror Eyes song EJC spin after the interview. Next up, author and rocket scientist Stephanie Osborn, known as "The Interstellar Woman of Mystery", Skypes in. She gives her thoughts on the possibility of extraterrestrial life and why she believes in The Fermi Paradox. Osborn has published over thirty novels for all science fiction fans to geek out over. Find her work on her website. Plus, David from Australia touches base, the guys throw a bone to fellow podcasters the Devil and Demon Hitler, Chris's news in-depth feature: Michael Jackson: Guilt or Innocence, and more. This episode proudly is brought to you by, Coors Banquet.
Your three best friends you love to hate return with another groundbreaking episode of Eddie Jason & Chris! This time, featuring the awesomely talented Monk Tamony and lots of Pokémon GO talk. As a reflection of life this weekend, this episode starts with lots of Pokémon GO talk. It's the biggest mobile gaming sensation since Candy Crush, but could it be stealing and accessing all of your personal information? The guys discuss and play a game of Pokémon Character or Japanese Porn Star. Also, stay listening for a Pokémon GO themed prank call. Next, EJC Super-Fan David in Australia offers to come to the United States to be a guest on EJC. After being slightly creeped out, but more so flattered, the guys chat with TJ Rosenthal of the insanely kick-ass, Monk Tamony. They're a rock duo focusing on getting music fans engaged and excited–and they do just that. Rosenthal talks about what it's like to be a bi-coastal band, upcoming shows to look out for and the inspiration behind their new self titled record, Monk Tamony, available here. Also, have bands officially run out of names? Plus, a guy tells his girlfriend she's dressed too slutty for dinner with parents which opens a can of worms, Mat Harris the Co-Host on the North West Coast can't find love in the online Tinder catfish scene, the latest headlines and more. This episode proudly is brought to you by, Coors Banquet.
An American flavored episode of Eddie Jason & Chris blasts off into the air and explodes with guest Jonathan Bonilla of Hollis Brown–and other really cheesy Forth of July analogies. The mayhem begins with a juvenile prank call involving a digestion issue and fireworks. Apparently they're not candy. Why isn't that on the damn wrapper? And why do people stay on the phone so long with us? Some things will never be explained. Up next, Jonathan Bonilla joins us via Skype to talk about his awesome band Hollis Brown as he's in the middle of booking hotel rooms for an upcoming tour. EJC notice similarities between Hollis Brown and Black Keys, and it turns out Hollis Brown is on the same record label that released the first Black Keys record, Alive Records. They guys also talk about what it's like to be a band touring in a van behind a bus, which track should be the single off their record Cluster of Pears and more. Also, EJC pays homage to the #OriginalBrexit, the guys talk about old man music, a game of Jason or George W. Bush, Jason soundboard prank calls, Jason, Eddie and Lauren threaten getting deported by failing a citizenship test, Chris SexyChats with pervs, the latest headlines with Chris and more. This episode proudly brought to you by, Coors Banquet.
If you like comedy, karaoke, prank calls and pop-culture trivia games, this episode is for you! Episode #222 features talented Denver comedian Joe Grey and podcaster Daniel Patronilo of the Pint Of Cacophony Podcast. Oh, yeah, and British Prime Minister David Cameron. After EJC kick off the show with a new soundboard prank call using clips from Chris on past episodes, Denver comedian Joe Grey joins the fun to talk about what it's like to be an young stand-up comedian. He's working his ass off and is very active in the Denver comedy scene, which has produced talent like T.J. Miller, Tim Allen and everyone's favorite, Tom Arnold. Grey is loving the collaborative nature of the Denver comedy scene and is well on his way to becoming a break-out act. Up next, Jason and Chris go head-to-head in a game of Know Your New Slang, a trivia game which challenges contestants to use new slang words in sentences. Jason and Chris don't fare well, but hey, they're not 15-year-old girls (we think). Later, talented podcaster Daniel Patronilo Skypes in to talk about his background in radio, which included a successful stint working for The World Famous KROQ. Now, he's mixing together punk and comedy with his podcast Pint of Cacophony, much in the same sprint as EJC. Plus Jason hates karaoke, British Prime Minister David Cameron does an exclusive interview with EJC, Co-Host on the North West Coast Mat Harris checks in, Jason gives a life hack involving cereal, and more. This episode proudly brought to you by, Coors Banquet and Blue Apron. Head over to Blue Apron now to receive two free meals!
Episode #221 features punk rock stand up comic JT Habersaat, who's been featured on Vans Warped Tour and is currently leading the Altercation Tour. Also, rising Denver alternative band 888 who announced their deal with Island Records minutes before their appearance. As the show kicks off, Eddie butchers Habersaat's name by calling him Jason for some reason. He doesn't seem to notice, or he's just really professional and nice. Listen as Habersaat tells EJC what it's like to be a stand up comedian that opens for bands like Teenage Bottlerocket, Chuck Ragan, Riverboat Gamblers and more. He also lends his theory on Juggalos and delivers his favorite one liner. Next up, Denver band 888 joins the show still high off the news that they signed to Island Records. The Denver music scene couldn't be more proud of 888 and EJC asks the guys how the recent success is making them feel. This is a band to keep an eye (and ear) on! Also, listen as Jason makes a prank call involving an app he can't operation, Virtual Jason calls in to weigh in on women's rights, Chris attempts to rescue a dozen hot girls wearing bikinis, The EDDIE System for dating, Chris with the latest headlines, and more. This episode proudly brought to you by, Coors Banquet and Blue Apron. Head over to Blue Apron now to receive two free meals!
Another exciting episode of Eddie Jason & Chris comes to life as the guys welcome special guests Johnny Christmas of Reel Big Fish, brother and sister indie rockers Brandon and Savannah Hudson of The Heirs and Nate Henry of Sherwood! Jonny Chrismas of Reel Big Fish is the first guest to grace the show with his infectious laugh as he and his band gear up for another stint on this summer's Vans Warped Tour. Listen as Christmas discusses what it's like to be on an indie versus major label, how he deals with being away on the road away from his family and what to look forward to at this year's Warped Tour. Next up is another must-see Warped Tour artist, indie rising stars The Heirs. Eddie Jason & Chris dive in with Los Angles based Brandon Hudson (lead vocals/guitar) and Savannah Hudson (lead vocals). These young talents are getting ready to tackle the entire Warped Tour this summer and couldn't be more excited. In fact, Savannah is currently prepping by finding ways to keep her bandmates smelling wonderful despite the heat. Finally, Nate Henry of pop-punk staple Sherwood joins the show to talk about what the band has been doing in its time off and why and how Sherwood finally decided to record new material. Henry also divulges in why he's been spending his days on a 100-acre farm he bought a few years ago. Out Friday, pre-order Sherwood's new record, Some Things Never Leave You here. Plus don't miss these topics: people shower too often, Eddie accidently disrespects Superfan David's mom, handwriting analysts write-off Donald and Hillary, a four-foot snake falls on a woman while she's driving, Muhammad Ali's alleged sex tape, and more. This episode proudly brought to you by, Coors Banquet and Blue Apron. Head over to Blue Apron now to receive two free meals!
Live radio is FUN because anything can happen. Including scheduling issues which are totally our fault. So, instead of having a guest this week, EJC is 100% host time. The episode begins as the guys think they have the awesome ska band Reel Big Fish booked. EJC talk about how much they love Reel Big Fish. In fact, the band was one of the very first to be interviewed on EJC. However, the guys mix up the date of the live interview because it's next week, not this week...doh. This is what happens when EJC take a couple of weeks off, they lose even more IQ points...somehow. As the episode continues, EJC gives listeners Summer Life Hacks to use during this hot summer. Don't miss these special life hacks, trust us. In fact, before learning about these Summer Life Hacks EJC would oftentimes spend their summers in the fetal position with Jerry Springer on in the background. Also, listen as the guys finally make "the big time", discuss a news story involving a Colorado a man dueling his daughter, give the best election 2016 coverage ever, play a trivia game originally meant for Reel Big Fish, and more! This episode is proudly brought to you by, Coors Banquet and Audible.com.
Song premieres by Table Talk and Nicky Venus! / Jason is sick, Chris is sick and Eddie is sick of them being sick / A high school senior prank involving genital inspections / Listener David in Austrailia tells us a crazy story about a girl who stole his money and identity / Shia Labeouf tweets douchy coordinates / and more