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By OddMan On 14 Jun, 2014 At 01:17 PM | Categorized As 2014 Season, Mad World Radio | With 0 Comments

Heartbreak seemed to be a common theme this week, but we put our best foot forward and give you the Broken Baby Show. The table included Greg Shur, Tommy Rustin and Bobby Bayn. We also got a call from Jason “The Keach” Keacher. We covered a ton of ground in this episode and we did […]

By OddMan On 8 Apr, 2013 At 07:40 AM | Categorized As Odd's Blog | With 0 Comments

It was an amazing week last week. Spring break came and I decided to use it to broadcast something special for all the fans of The Phonetic Bells Network. I was able to bring in 3 musicians to play live sessions of music for the work day woes.

By OddMan On 6 Apr, 2013 At 10:35 AM | Categorized As Mad World Radio, Season 7 | With 0 Comments

Welcome back my friends to the show that never ends, we’re so glad you could attend come inside come inside! in this episode of the Mad World Radio, we speak with our own personal guitar god Mark Claytor. Claytor has a new album out called Uprising and we were privileged enough to get a copy and be able to […]

By OddMan On 21 Jan, 2013 At 11:14 AM | Categorized As Season 2, The Vault, Wake The Fuck Up | With 0 Comments

Another fully loaded episode of Wake The Fck Up. This time we tackle Gun Control, At Home Hiv testing kits, why nerds aren’t “bad” and rapists and their rights. My guests were Bobby Bayn and Derek Vance. My buddy “Ace” wasn’t able to make it due to being sick and not wanting to infect us. […]

By OddMan On 23 Jul, 2012 At 07:24 AM | Categorized As New Episodes, Wake The Fck Up | With 0 Comments

Welcome to another poignant and fact filled episode of Wake The Fuck Up. In this episode we cover a ton of things and move fairly seamlessly in and out of each topic. At the top of the show we speak with the very funny Katie Goodman, Liz and Katie have been talking back and forth about a […]

By OddMan On 4 Jun, 2012 At 04:02 PM | Categorized As MWR Presents | With 0 Comments

April Foolish was the inaugural run for MWR Presents: and it went pretty well. We had a small but strong turnout and the show was a modest success. All those involved had a great time  and were eager to be a part of future shows. Podcast (mwr-presents): Play in new window | Download

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