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The "virtual lounge" is open and it's a celebration of Star Trek. September, 2016 marks the 50 year Anniversary of the iconic series and blockbuster franchise films.

Nick Gelso is joined today by The Florida/PA Movie Guy, JW Colwell, who's sitting in for Ty Ray.

Gelso and Colwell rate their top, all time Star Trek films.

They are also joined by special guest, Dyer Oxley from Northwest Nerd Podcast.

Direct download: 9-17-16_StarTrek50.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:59am EDT

The "virtual lounge" is open and Ty and Nick are privileged to welcome rock n' roll legend Michael Sweet inside for this edition of Beats and Eats.  During the show, Michael his amazing career as co-founder and front man of Stryper.  The band will celebrate the 30th anniversary of their multi-platinum album To Hell with the Devil this fall with a world tour, featuring all four original members and complete with the original yellow and black costumes.  Released in October, 1986, the GRAMMY-nominated To Hell with the Devil is the band’s third studio album and the first Christian metal album to achieve platinum status. Throughout 1987, the music videos for "Free" and "Honestly" ranked #1 on MTV’s list of most requested videos, and the video for "Calling on You" reached #2. Stryper was the first band to ever have two songs in MTV’s Top 10 simultaneously.  Ty and Nick will talk to Michael about the upcoming reunion tour as well as his just-released solo album "One Sided War."  Michael tells Ty and Nick it's his heaviest record yet.  For more information on Stryper, you can follow Michael on Twitter @michaelsweet.   

Direct download: 8-30-16_Striper.output.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:29am EDT

The virtual lounge is open and you're welcome inside to hear a lively discussion on what's making news.  On this edition of Beats and Eats, Ty and Nick weigh in the last controversy surrounding 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and his refusal to stand for the national anthem.  Plus, the duo discuss their feeling on the passing of the legendary comedian Gene Wilder.  It's all right here, in the "happy hour for the mind."

Direct download: 8-31-16_PopCulture.output.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:39am EDT

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