Kristina Schmidt, the Special Agent in Charge of the Secret Service in St. Louis, joined John Carney to talk about what “Motion Picture” money is and how it came about. This “Motion Picture” money is counterfeit money.
Jerry Mathers is most famous for his role as Beaver Cleaver in the hit sitcom “Leave It To Beaver.” He joined John Carney to talk about always being remembered for that role and how that effected the rest of his career.
Laurence Juber, Wings guitarist, joined John Carney to talk about his latest work on a new Beatles cover album titled “Can’t Stop Playing The Beatles.”
Jen Senko is the Director of a new film called “The Brainwashing of My Dad.” This film examines how media has shaped people’s political views through the eyes of her father.
Teddy Sears, actor in the Fox series “24: Legacy,” joined John Carney to talk about “24: Legacy” and his new film, “The Sounding.”
Tony Cox joined John Carney to talk about the Bad Santa series and his career. Bad Santa 2 is now out on DVD.
Ryan Stout will be appearing at The Funny Bone all weekend long and even one show on Monday night. Before he entertained at The Funny Bone, he joined John Carney to talk about his career and comedy.
Derek Thompson , author of “Hit Makers: The Science of Popularity in the Age of Distraction,” joined John Carney to talk about John and Josh could potential become famous.
Alan Parsons is an audio engineer, songwriter, musician and record producer who is most famous for his work with the Beatles and Pink Floyd. Alan will be performing at the River City Casino on Friday at 8pm. He joined John Carney to talk about his upcoming performance and his career.
Michael Beugg is the Executive Producer of La La Land. Michael is also a St. Louis native and joined John Carney to talk about the Oscar’s screw-up, the movie and how he made it from St. Louis to Hollywood.