Sharon Koppelman and Rick Sorkin take us for a trip down a winding memory lane in a fascinating exploration of race, privilege, band stories, gender identity, and Robots. Rick does his best nature documentary impersonation, describing the sounds of ‘Bros in the Wild’ that you don’t want to miss. Sharon shares [special needs] tales of raising son David.
Rick shares what it was like to have his entire band pulled over (twice) by Virginia cops after a gig. And we bring it all back full circle with a song about how sometimes, you need time to do things in a certain order, as Rick debuts his new song, “You Go To Sweep Before You Mop”.
It’s another warm and fun episode of Everybody and Their Mother Has a Podcast. Our favorite mom and son in podcasting are bringing more warmth to your ears with every download. And Episode Six is like another warm hug from your mom, your best friend, your cat.
The last year has been a wild ride. This pod may help you recover from it. In a brash and loud pandemic world of stress and chaos, Everybody is like a warm vaccine of nice and lovely content. It’ll soothe your soul–and leave you feeling better than when you started. And, as with every Righteous Media production, it’ll bring you the 5 I’s: independence, integrity, information, inspiration and impact.
Everybody and Your Mother Has a Podcast. But this one will quickly become one of your favorites. Call your mother!
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