Downtown: The Podcast
Summary: Selected interviews from “Downtown with Rich Kimball”, aired live weekdays from 4–6pm on AM620, WZON, Bangor, Maine.
Guest: Henry Rollins Singer-Writer-Actor-Activist Henry Rollins talks with us about his Good To See You Tour, which brings him to New England in September, the value of travel, and the humor of aging.
Guest: Herb Alpert, Carlos Santana A pair of music legends join us this week. Herb Alpert discusses the Tijuana Brass, A & M Records, touring, arts education, and more. Carlos Santana talks about his career, his 1001 Rainbows Tour, and the importance of gratitude and spirituality in his life and music.
Guest: Bill Boggs, R.K. Russell Emmy Award winning TV host Bill Boggs talks about his latest book, SPIKE UNLEASHED. Former NFL player R.K. Russell talks about his memoir, THE YARDS BETWEEN US.
Guest: Paula Poundstone, Tom Papa Comedian Paula Poundstone returns to discuss her early education, how she gave Micky Dolenz a cat, and more. Tom Papa discusses his great new book, WE'RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER...SO MAKE SOME ROOM.
Guest: Mark Lindsay Mark Lindsay talks about his days as lead singer of Paul Revere and the Raiders, solo work, and his show, American Revolution, on Sirius XM Radio. Check out Mark’s website at: marklindsay.com
Guest: Dee Snider, Sean McCarron The multitalented Dee Snider talks with us about his first novel, FRATS. Animator and director Sean McCarron discusses the making of his short film, CORVINE.
Guest: Peri Gilpin, Johnny Sansone Peri Gilpin helps us celebrate our 3,000th radio show and talks about her work on the upcoming Frasier reboot. Blues musician Johnny Sassone discusses his career and influences.
Guest: John Davidson Entertainer John Davidson talks with us about Season 3 of his performance venue, Club Sandwich, in Sandwich, New Hampshire.
Guests: Josh Karp, Colin Fleming Writer Josh Karp discusses his latest piece on the making of the 70s film, CALIGULA. Author Colin Fleming looks at Orson Welles' 1966 film, CHIMES AT MIDNIGHT.
Guests: James Adolphus, Rich Sommer Director James Adolphus talks about his new documentary, BEING MARY TYLER MOORE, which premieres May 26 on HBO. Actor Rich Sommer discusses his work on the HBO series, WHITE HOUSE PLUMBERS, and the upcoming film, FAIR PLAY.
Guests: Allan Clarke, Gary Puckett Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Allan Clarke talks about his new album, “I’ll Never Forget”, and looks back at some of his classic work with The Hollies. Gary Puckett discusses the upcoming Happy Together Tour and the making of hits like “Woman, Woman” and “Over You”.
Guests: Donny Osmond, Kevin Griffin Entertainer Donny Osmond talks about his career, his show at Harrah’s, and upcoming summer tour. Kevin Griffin of Better Than Ezra discusses his new book, THE GREATEST SONG, a fictionalized look at some of his methods for success in music and life.
Guests: Tom Dreesen Comedian Tom Dreesen, who worked with Frank Sinatra for nearly fourteen years, shared stories of The Chairman of the Board, who passed away twenty-five years ago this month.
Guests: Michael Socolow & Jarrett Krosoczka Michael Socolow of the University of Maine talks about the Fox-Dominion settlement and the implications for the media. Author Jarrett J. Krosoczka discusses his new graphic novel, SUNSHINE - How One Camp Taught Me About Life, Death, and Hope.
Guests: Dave Davies, David Krell Dave Davies of The Kinks talks about his autobiography, LIVING ON A THIN LiNE, as well as new solo and Kinks compilations. Author David Krell talks about his new book on the 1966 baseball season (and America in that unique time), DO YOU BELIEVE IN MAGIC?