Episode 8: Joey Landreth

March 6, 2017

This week on The Beaucephus Broadcast, Beau recaps his previous weekend in St. Louis, his gripes with modern jukeboxes, and the upcoming Hall & Oates/Tears For Fears joint tour. Our guest this week is Canadian singer/songwriter and musician Joey Landreth. Joey is currently promoting his debut solo effort "Whiskey." Joey talks about his upbringing in the Winnipeg music scene, his influences, and what it was like to have JOHN FREAKIN' DAMN OATES open for his band, The Bros. Landreth. 


Episode 7: Emmanuel Vazquez

February 27, 2017

This week, we're taking a walk on the wild side. And by that, I mean we're talking roadkill. Our guest this week is Emmanuel Vazquez, who recently found himself in the spotlight and under scrutiny following his organization and holding of a funeral for a coyote that was accidentally hit and killed by a classmate. Plus, listener submitted roadkill stories. And Beau discusses pet birthday parties and supermarket loyalty.


Episode 6: Sam Summers

February 20, 2017

This week, we tackle swap shop courtesy, nosy neighbors, Irish Road Bowling, and summer concerts and festivals. Sam Summers (creator of the Hinterland Music Festival) is our guest this week. He joins us to talk about this year's great lineup of performers, what goes into putting together a large-scale music festival, and what attendees can expect at the third annual festival in St. Charles, IA. Plus, listeners share their most memorable concert stories.


Episode 5: Valentine’s Day Super Spectacular Podcast Program Show!

February 13, 2017

This week, the show is devoted to the celebration of everyone's favorite holiday, Valentine's Day! Featuring guest contributors sharing their stories of sweetness and romantic woes. This week's guest is straight out of a John Hughes movie -- it's my great buddy Patrick Parsons, who's here to share the story that saw him hop a Valentine's Day flight to New York City to profess his love to the woman that would eventually become his wife and the mother of his child. We'll also talk about reading books about serial killers on a plane, the culture shock of a small town man in The Big Apple, and Times Square panhandlers. 


Episode 4: Spencer Rothbell

February 6, 2017

This week, we're chatting with Spencer Rothbell, the voice of titular character on Cartoon Network's Clarence! We chat about many things including where inspiration for a cartoon storyline comes from, a farting cactus, his chance encounter with Jack McBrayer, and working with the legendary Cloris Leachman. Also on this episode, Beau talks about cleaning out the leftover clutter from the recent basement remodel and scheduling a showing for his house (which isn't even on the market). Plus, a walk down cartoon memory lane as we name off listeners' favorite cartoons.


Episode 3: Greyhounds

January 29, 2017

The Beaucephus Broadcast returns with Episode 3! This week, Beau takes a look at driving habits and the frustrations and dangers of Facebook swap shops. We'll talk at length about music and how it provided the soundtrack for various points of Beau's life. And we'll wrap things up in the form of a chat with guitarist Andrew Trube of Austin-based blues/soul band Greyhounds as they wrap up their tour in support of their 2016 release, "Change of Pace."  


Episode 2: Attack of the Bone

January 23, 2017

This week on The Beaucephus Broadcast, Beau steps outside of his comfort zone to talk politics, specifically the recent inauguration. He'll sit down with his good friend and former Mike Pence intern Sean McAvoy, the new Beaucephus Broadcast Chief Political Correspondent. Also on the program is internet darling and overnight success story Ken Bone, who rose to fame during the presidental debate in St. Louis back in October of 2016. Ken discusses how that fateful night changed his life, that iconic red sweater, his weight loss success, and some of the best places to grab a bite to eat in the St. Louis area.


Episode 1

January 19, 2017

The debut episode of The Beaucephus Broadcast! Beau talks being pigeonholed at music trivia events, ways to make social media better in 2017, and the best of Facebook swap shops. Plus, a sit-down with John Stumpf, World's Strongest Boy.