Pittsburgh Sports Personality Paul Alexander returns to the Boogie Street Studio for another sit down with Eric. A little Steelers, a little Pirates, a little Penguins – and a whole lot of Life. Real and unvarnished conversation the way Paul brings it!
The Uncrowned King of Pittsburgh Rock & Roll, Norman Nardini, returns to Boogie Street Studio to preach more of the Gospel according to Norman! This trip, Norman has his guitar and keyboard in hand as well. Stories and viewpoints on people, life and music as only Norman can deliver! From Diamond Reo to his band the Tigers to his work as a solo artist. Kick back and enjoy Norman Nardini on Boogie Street! Special 2020 edition!
Longtime Pittsburgh radio personality, Eddy Crow, visits Eric at the Boogie Street Studio. Eddy shares his story and experiences both in and out of radio including his time at WDVE as well as his current gig, hosting Teleforum at WBVP. And of course, there’s a whole lot of rock and roll. Check it out!
Sales Expert, Author, Speaker and Talk Show Host, David ‘Doc’ Shirey, visits the Boogie Street Studio! Doc and Eric discuss this unique year in business, sales training and communication, marketing and dialouge in the social media era, Doc’s book ‘Rare Confidence’ and what Doc loves about Pittsburgh and his memories of growing up a Steelers and Pirates fan in the 70’s! Fast moving and fun conversation! Join us!
Dr. Matt Ryan returns to The Project. This round, the topics include how the concepts of capitalism and socialism are used and often misued, the financial viability of the Olympics and how the unique environments the NFL, MLB, NHL and NBA have opereated in this year effect wagering markets. All this and more!
Matt Farago joins Eric in the Boogie Street Studio for a conversation fast moving conversation about Pro Sports starting in the Pandemic, Matt’s work and travel with the Harlem Globetrotters and Matts share his story into the sports business.
Making his 2nd appearance on The Project, Pittsburgh Sports Personality, Commentator, Talk Show Host and one of the truly good guys, Paul Alexander joins Eric for a sit down in the Boogie Street Studio.
This 90 plus minute hits all bases including the current worldwide Covid-19 Pandemic, it’s effect on all sports, the state of sports talk with no sports to talk about, the DH coming to the National League, cheating in Pro Sports, will their be baseball this year, will their be football thie year, how the proposed NHL playoffs will start, the Michael Jordon mini-series, how the A’s and Ray’s out perform the Bucs with lower payrolls, Bradshow or Staubach, Brady or Belichick, Michael or LeBron, Sid over everybody, Antonio who?, Clint Hurdle, the MLB Steroid era, the Steeler Steroid era, our country’s failed leadership during the Covid-19 crisis and Believe Nothing, Question Everything.
Sir Freddy Kowalo is back for Episode #5 of The Kowalo Chronicles.
Before Fred heads back out on tour with TSO, he makes another appearance on EMp pOdcast #47. Fred (aka ‘shifty guy #1’) shares more road stories from tours with Megadeth, Black Label Society, Ozzy, Alice in Chains, TSO and more. Not to mention, Fred’s recent snafu while woking an Eagles show. Eric and Fred also take a trip down the Boogie Street Guitars rabbit hole as they talk about how it all started including Fred’s rather odd ‘first day’ at Boogie Street. As well as how ‘strip clubs’ played an odd, yet important role in the launching of Boogie Street.
Fred also shares his favorite memories from Pittsburgh’s concert venues including the Civic Arena, the Palace Theatre, the Stanley Theatre, Graffiti, and Consol Center.
All this and much more on EMp pOdcast #47 with Sir Freddy Kowalo!
At the Boogie Street Studio, Eric was joined by special guest, long-time TV personality, Jon Burnett!
Jon has worked in TV for 42 years and for Pittsburgh’s KDKA for 38 of those years. Over his career Jon co-hosted ‘Evening Magazine’, Pittsburgh Today and Pittsburgh Today LIVE as well as serving as a weatherman for KDKA TV.
Jon also won an Emmy in 1996 for a special report he did on Tornados.
Great conversation full of memories, fun and laughter from a wonderful career with one of Pittsburgh’s favorites – Jon Burnett!
Pittsburgh songwriter, singer, hip-hop artist and rapper – Jordan York , sits at the table with Eric at the Boogie Street Studios for a fast paced and fun discussion!
2x Pittsburgh Best Pop Artist, Jordan is known for his Pittsburgh themed songs, and his involvement in helping many communities throughout the city. Jordan’s music has been heard on numerous radio and television outlets.
Jordan’s love for Pittsburgh is showcased throughout his music, which inspired him to create a song focused on Pittsburgh’s own, ‘Giant Eagle.’ York said his goal with his music is to inspire people and to create positivity within many communities. His single “Giant Eagle” tells the story of how shopping at Giant Eagle can be fun, and the importance of tradition. It’s a family fun song for all.
Jordan’s latest collaboration is with the legendary Jimmy Ross of the Jaggerz on the song entitled, ‘Blue Collar’.