Colin Hay, lead vocalist for Men at Work, joined John Carney to talk about his new documentary which illustrates his career with Men at Work and after the band broke up. The documentary is called “Colin Hay: Waiting for My Real Life.”
Andrew Weil, Executive Director of the Landmarks Association of St. Louis, joined John Carney to talk about the caves that lay under St. Louis.
Kenneth C. Davis joined John Carney to talk about Presidential History as we celebrate President’s Day. Kenneth C. Davis is famous for his book series “Don’t Know Much About…”
Mackenzie Phillips, best known for her role in American Graffiti, joined John Carney to talk about her career, life and her new book “Hopeful Healing.”
Jimmy Pardo will be appearing at the Helium Comedy Club this weekend however before that appearance he joined John Carney in studio.
Jason Isaacs is most famous for his role as Lucius Malfoy in the Harry Potter series. Jason has a new movie called “A Cure For Wellness.” Jason joined John Carney to talk about his latest movie and the Harry Potter series.
Penelope Spheeris was the director of Wayne’s World. She joined John Carney to talk about that movie on its 25th Anniversary.
Kliph Nesteroff is a consulting producer of CNN’s “History of Comedy” and he joined John Carney to talk about the series and comedy in general.
Billy Gardell, star of Mike and Molly, joined John Carney to talk about his latest role in Million Dollar Quartet as Col. Tom Parker.
Erik Weihenmayer is blind and become famous for making the dangerous quest up Everest. Now he went kayaking on the Grand Canyon and wrote a book about that experience. Erik joined John Carney to talk about his experience.