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123 - Mixing a TV Show with Rusty Smith & Robert Edmondson

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October 22, 2017

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047 - Uncle Phil

June 28, 2015

Richie's Uncle Phil (Bassist, Actor, Luthier, & Electronics Genius) & drummer Thino Cacciolo are in the house. Make sure you have all the tools you'll need to take this episode apart & put it back together. You may have some extra funky pieces left over.

046 - Opening For Eddie Money

June 7, 2015

Richie, Andy, and Brandi provide some colorful commentary as we hear about Richie's gig opening for rock veteran Eddie Money at the St. George Theater on May 31st, 2015. We also get a play by play and get to hear the whole set...RiotCast.com

045 - Eric Bloom

May 31, 2015

Blue Oyster Cult front man & rock legend Eric Bloom regales us with stories of his origins with Soft White Underbelly, his sci-fi & fantasy inspiration for writing music, & how he & Richie used to go camping on Tattooine. Meanwhile, Richie manages to eat all the pies.

044 - Al Carty & Randy Jenkins

May 24, 2015

Al Carty (bassist for Alicia Keys, Ed Sheeran, Rob Thomas) & Randy Jenkins (independent producer/songwriter) join us to reminisce about their college days with Richie while playing some eclectic tunes from Van Halen, Peabo Bryson, Chaka Khan & Chick Corea.

043 - Anthony Cumia & Joe Cumia

May 17, 2015

Anthony Cumia (Opie & Anthony, The Anthony Cumia Show), and Joe Cumia (2U, Almost Journey, Guilty By Association) get a wee bit silly with us singing some Spinal Tap, Neil Diamond, Toto, and Marvin Medley...RiotCast.com
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