Raquel Pomplun is an actress, comedian, model, writer and host who also happens to be the first Mexican American Playboy Playmate Of The Year. The music she shares covers her dual-country upbringing in Tijuana, Mexico and San Diego, United States. She describes the sacrifices her mother made, how her entire family are comprised of geniuses, the summer she learned who she was and how she met her husband.
Her personality is as electrifying as her songs. If you like them, please check out more of the songs and
Then we head to Austin, Tx to play before diving into her First and Last Concert stories.
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Margo Bateman is a comedian and actress from Philadelphia. She moved to Los Angeles to pursue the creative passion of stand up after her parents passed away very young. Don't let the tragic beginnings deter you; she has big heart and shares stories of trying to figure out her way around Catholic school, the best road trip EVER, the first time she heard "sex" in music, and a hilarious take on her dad's funeral.
We then head to Austin, TX for ; find out more about each by clicking the links, before we wrap up with the stories of her First and Last Concert.
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is a voice over actor and actor have graced projects like Massacre on Aisle 12, The Grinch, Sing!, and Finding Dory. He was born into a military family, traveling the world at a young age before his parents settled down in Central Texas. Through his music, we learn about ALL of his art, staining glass, theater, and how his kids introduce him to new music.
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Then we travel to Provincetown, MA, to play David's Band Or Bar! See if you can guess along with Maggi and Doug before clicking the links.
We wrap up with a great First and Last Concert.
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is an actor first, comedian, radio host and now writer of a new book, "Shut Up I'm Talking; Coming Out In Hollywood and Making it To the Middle." It's a new memoir detailing his life about coming out as a gay comedian/actor/performer in the 90s, chronicling his career and life which changed after seeing Barbra Streisand in Funny Girl. You can hear him Wednesdays on DASH radio during his show "Riffing with Jason Stuart."
We get a fantastic inside look on what to expect from his new book through his music. We learn all about his crazy family, first crush, props he used to appear straight, and his first play! If you love the music, check out
Then we close out the episode with the return of Band Or Bar and First and Last Concert stories.
You can follow Jason and get his new book through his website, jasonstuart.com.
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Dante The Comic
Dante Rusciolelli or , is the co-owner of Golden Artists Entertainment. He's a successful stand up comedian and travels all over the country (and the world) performing for the troops!
Chad Ridgely steps in as the co-host along with Rebekah Kochan for the Couples Of Comedy Episode Part 2.
Dante's #Fave5 songs takes us through his Southern California upbringing on army bases, how he accidentally stabbed his best friend in high school, and how chivalry is not dead! The group also talks about their favorite Christmas memories before learning of Dante's First and Last Concert Stories.
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Since Chad and Maggi Mayfield (host) are both part of the Golden Artist Entertainment family, Chad shares his first time performing comedy experience, as well as what he has been up to including working on the new Quentin Tarantino film "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood," and his film company Full Auto Films campaigning for his next feature length horror, "Murder Van."
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