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Welcome to October 7, 2022 on the National Day Calendar. Today we celebrate a happy accident and non-verbal communication. 
Many of us can’t get going in the morning without a caffeine fix. Luckily for coffee drinkers, Dimitris Vakondios was no exception. Dimitris was a Nestle employee in Greece who really needed his morning buzz. One fateful day he discovered there was no hot water in the office, but Dimitris would not be deterred. He mixed instant coffee with cold water and ice, then shook it up and created a new twist on an old favorite. Today this chilled coffee drink called the Frappe is familiar to anyone who loves their java cold, and people mix things up with a variety of flavors. On National Frappe Day, chill out with your favorite version of this happy accident.
From eye movement, hand gestures to crossing legs, everything communicates to the people around us. While these nonverbals can help us in everyday life, there are people who make a career out of reading body language. Espionage relies heavily on observing unconscious ticks as experts look for things as simple as scrunching one’s nose or licking one’s lips, which are tells that can give you away. One spy was caught simply because of the way he held a bouquet of flowers! You may not need to save the world, but you can become more skilled at what someone is thinking or feeling by the way they carry themselves on National Body Language Day.
I’m Anna Devere and I’m Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we Celebrate Every Day.
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Talk radio veteran Jeff Zito speaks with celebrities about their first job. If not for their big break, what would they have become? Were they destined to be rich and famous? Or were they almost a jobber?

Dem Vinyl Boyz love the joy of sliding a classic album out of its cover; the crackle of a needle just dropped into a groove; the careful way to pick up and flip a record when a side ends.

Gentry talks with Nate Boyer who has done it all from football, being a Green Beret, to even acting. The two talk about Nate’s new movie ‘M.V.P’ named after the foundation which he co-founded that merges vets and players. To find out more click the following link It was created to help them with coming to terms following life after the military and after professional sports. The movie stars Mo McRae, a retired NFL star and Nate Boyer, a former Marine, as the two cross paths in an unlikely manner.The film involves real military vets and real former NFL stars each telling their real life stories and what transitioning back to regular life is like. Nate then tells what his experience was like going to war then playing both college and professional football and then going back to civilian life. Gentry then pitches a game show idea to him which makes military vets the stars. Gentry and Nate talk about ‘M.V.P’., being a war vet, NFL, and so much more. Make sure to subscribe and follow for the latest episodes and interviews.

Gentry is joined by Jay Leno, a world famous comedian and the former host of NBC’s ‘The Tonight Show’. The comic talks about the newest season of ‘Jay Leno’s Garage’ where he drives really nice cars with really famous people. Some of his guests include Elon Musk, Kelly Clarkson, Chris Evans as well as numerous other celebrities that like to cruise in crazy cool cars. The newest season premieres September 7th on CNBC at 10 pm (EASTERN TIME). Jay describes Elon Musk’s genius and how he wants to make humans a multiplanetary species. He then describes being there for Rodney Dangerfield in his last moments and what the last joke he told Rodney was. Gentry and Jay talk about ‘The Tonight Show’, expensive cars, comedy and so much more. Make sure to subscribe and follow for the latest interviews.

Today Gentry goes Backstage to talk to a lawyer, producer, reporter and founder of the renowned tabloid publication TMZ, Harvey Levin. He gives us all the backstory and knowledge now available about Michael Jackson’s mysterious demise. He even describes Michael’s battle with addiction and how it all stems back to a horrible accident during a Pepsi commercial in 1984. TMZ reveals how the King of Pop’s death was much more complicated than most of the public may think.In the new special ‘TMZ Investigates: Who Really Killed Michael Jackson’ they take a deep dive into the corruption in Hollywood and its doctors. Harvey describes Michaels, 19 different aliases that he used to get prescription drugs to feed his crippling addiction and how close he was to death during his last tour. Gentry and Harvey talk about who’s responsible for Michaels death, the names of all the doctors he used, how demented the Hollywood lifestyle is and so much more. Make sure to subscribe and follow for the latest interviews.

Gentry goes backstage today with a psychic medium and reality TV star Matt Fraser. You may have seen Matt on his hit TV show ‘Meet The Frasers’ which stars him alongside his whole family going through their loud, erratic, and spiritual life. The Native Rhode Islander has just recently released a new book ‘We Never Die: Secrets of the Afterlife’ which describes the truth about heaven and why we never really die. Matt even describes how he used his psychic powers to woo his now wife over.America’s top medium explains to Gentry how each and everyone of us has energies even after we pass. He then describes the signs you can recognize that your loved ones use to show they are still looking after you from the afterlife. Gentry even gets his own reading and the two talk about unsolved mysteries, speaking to the dead, the burden of being a psychic, and so much more on today’s episode of Backstage Pass. Make sure to subscribe and follow for the latest episodes.

Liz Cheney will continue fighting for democracy after losing her primary over condemnation of former President Trump. The Colorado River is in crisis and states can’t agree on necessary water restrictions. 50 million students return to school this month after years of education interrupted and overshadowed by the pandemic.

Today Gentry is joined by professional wrestler, and WWE champion Booker T. The two talk about Booker’s recent return to the ring and how surreal it was and how he even wore the same tights from 1998. Gentry gets some workout tips from the biggest man in nearly every gym on how to keep pushing the weights even as an older gentleman. In light of the news of Vince McMahon’s recent departure from the WWE the hall of famer gives his thoughts on the matter and how he thinks Stephanie McMahon and Nick Khan will fill his role. The 11 year World Wrestling Entertainment vet explains what it means to be champ and how one acquires the belt and championship status. He also gives some insider secrets on which wrestlers cried the most in the locker room. Gentry and Booker converse about trash talk, the wrestling business, what makes a wrestler great and so much more. Make sure to subscribe and follow for the newest episodes.

Gentry delivers today’s rendition of Backstage Pass with actor, comedian, radio personality, and record breaking podcaster Adam Carolla. The man with the girthiest…….. hands has a new book releasing ‘Everything Reminds Me of Something: Advice, Answers… but no Apologies’ which is available for purchase now on amazon. Gentry and Adam talk about the difference between going on CNN vs Fox and how profitable podcasting can be. Carolla also talks about his new invention the beet bracelet which hopefully will hit stores soon. The 58 year old comedian tells stories of his fellow joke tellers who’ve recently passed such as Norm McDonald and Gilbert Gottfried. After reminiscing and remembering the ones we sadly lost Adam and Gentry make presidential predictions as well as talk about our current president. We get all the dirty details about Trump, Adams’ new book, the Playboy Mansion, and the all time great comedians. Make sure to subscribe and follow for the latest and greatest interviews.

Today’s rendition of Backstage Pass brings us 80s child mega-star, actor, and musician Corey Feldman. The artist is celebrating his new album ‘Love Left 2: Army With Love’ and his new box set ‘Love Left 2.1’ which is releasing on his birthday July 16th. Corey is currently touring all across the country playing his music for all to hear and enjoy. The last tour date is September 18th at ‘The Canyon’ in Santa Clarita, California so get tickets while you can at his official website Corey Feldman.netThe 50 year old entertainer describes how he first found his love for performing while lip syncing Billy Jean in front of 40,000 people at the Rose Bowl at just 12 years old. He also describes how his friendship with Michael Jackson as a young kid influenced the way he performs now from being with Michael at shows and even being with him in the studio. The 80s star talks about his documentary ”My Truth: The Rape of Two Coreys’ where it describes how he lost his childhood friend and how Charlie Sheen is responsible. Gentry and Corey talk about Stand By Me, River Phoenix, Corey Haim, the dangers of being a child actor and so much more. Make sure to subscribe and follow for the latest interviews.

On today’s backstage escapade Gentry is joined by producer and actor Marcus Harvey along with media personality and son of heavy metal legend Ozzy Osbourne Mr. Jack Osbourne. The two talk about their ongoing show Fright Club which looks and explores the internet’s craziest paranormal content. The aforementioned show was just renewed for its second season, dropping June 30th and can be streamed on Discovery+. Gentry gets all the dark details about all of their ghastly adventures across the globe.Marcus bravely speaks out about the ghost that touched him one night which he hasn’t reported up until this interview. Jack shares how he may have accidentally opened a portal to the other side and has seen full body apparitions. The trio talk about UFO Ubers, Bigfoot’s junk in the trunk, and how scary Ozzy Osbourne can be when he gets mad. Make sure to subscribe and follow for the latest episodes of Backstage Pass with Gentry Thomas.

On today’s podcast Gentry talks with author and retired Air Force Lieutenant colonel pilot Dan “Two Dogs” Hampton. The author has recently come out with a new book ‘Valor: The Astonishing World War II Saga of One Man’s Defiance and Indomitable Spirit’ which is about a world war two P.O.W. who withstood the unimaginable. Hampton himself has pushed through some inconceivable feats as he’s flown 151 combat missions and has logged 726 career combat hours. And he’s additionally written nine different books since 2012 while also achieving the New York Times best seller status.Gentry picks Dan’s brain about the recent Ukraine conflict with Russia and if he feels modern day war has changed since his time in combat. The two also talk about what the greatest threat to the American people is and whether it is an external or internal threat. The Air force Vet then describes the F-35 fighter jet which he states is the most advanced of its kind and should leave other countries shaking in their boots. Gentry asks about politics, war, top gun, and the presidency all on today’s rendition of Backstage Pass with Gentry Thomas. Make sure to subscribe and follow for the latest episodes.

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David Gergen perhaps is best known for his role serving as an adviser to four American presidents, Republicans and Democrats alike. He helped President Nixon write his resignation letter after Watergate, that now resides in the Smithsonian Institute. He assisted President Gerald Ford navigate out of inflation and saw President Reagan go from actor/cowboy to true leader in The Situation Room. During this podcast with Gergen, our host Gentry Thomas discusses our current President Joe Biden, how to attack inflation and his biggest moments while being a public servant. David Gergen fresh off his 80th Birthday just a couple weeks ago discussed his new book, Hearts Touched With Fire: How Great Leaders are Made. Gergen gave his perspective on how hardship can breed strong leaders, and the state of political leaders today.
David has often been praised for his ability to see both sides and work across the isle. Some in politics call him the last reasonable American man. Hear his takes on Russia Ukraine and the moment in public service that has brought him the most joy. Subscribe and tell a friend to listen to Backstage Pass with Gentry Thomas. For more great interviews go to

Cris, Nick, Max, and Logan host Gulf Coast Radio. A weekly variety show where the guys breakdown the weirdest news stories, worst media, and oddest trending topics of each week.

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On today’s episode of Backstage Pass with Gentry Thomas we are visited by a four time Grammy award winning musician John Elefante. The former lead man of Kansas, a band made famous by songs such as ‘Carry on Wayward Son ‘and ‘Dust in the Wind ‘, has just released his own solo album. Promptly named ‘The Amazing Grace’ the album is dedicated to understanding God’s faith and is available on Spotify, YouTube, and his website and Gentry discuss the recent resurgence of vinyl records and which records were their favorites as young kids. John even tells a story how as a young man he sold 50 of his records for just 25 cents. He then describes how he used his award winning voice to become the front man of Kansas despite him stating how his knees were shaking during the audition. John Elefante gives his takes on Steve Walsh, Kerry Livgren, social media, faith, Tennessee Titans, and so much more on today’s podcast. Make sure to subscribe and follow for the latest episodes.

On today’s episode of Backstage Pass with Gentry Thomas we listen to author and director Kevin Smokler. The two talk about Smokler’s new documentary ‘Vinyl Nation’ which looks into the new resurgence over the past decade of vinyl records. The documentary is available to watch on YouTube, Apple TV, and Amazon Prime. They also touch on the coming up vinyl record day which is August 12th where you celebrate by going out and supporting a local record store.
The director discusses his obsession with 80s movies and how he always wanted to live in Hill Valley California with Marty McFly after stating he has watched ‘Back to the Future’ more than anyone ever. The two also speak on how the production of vinyl records have changed and how large companies have reduced the quality of the records they sell to make a quick buck. Gentry and Kevin chat it up about records, music, new technology , 80s movies, and so much more on today’s podcast. Make sure to subscribe and follow for the latest episodes.

On today’s episode of Backstage Pass with Gentry Thomas we get to talk to the Fonz from Happy Days, the one and only Henry Winkler. The two talk about Winkler’s ongoing show ‘Barry’ which is about a low level hitman traveling to LA and ends up wanting to be an actor. The show’s first three seasons are available to watch on HBO Max and Hulu. The legendary actor gives Gentry his own mini acting class revealing inside tips on how to be a Hollywood star.
The 76 year old author additionally speaks about his book series he co-wrote with Lin Oliver. The now trilogy series is called Alien Superstar and is about a teenage extra-terrestrial crash landing on Earth and becoming a famous actor. Henry and Gentry chat it up about Adam Sandler, Happy Days, Shaq, and so much more on today’s podcast. Make sure to subscribe and follow for the latest episodes.

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Today on Backstage Pass with Gentry Thomas we are visited by actor, writer, producer, and legendary comedian Jeff Foxworthy. Jeff has a new special called The Good Old Days which is available now to watch on Netflix. The special talks about whether or not if the good old days were really even the good old days and compares modern day life to when rotary phones ruled the land. Jeff and Gentry also talk Georgia sports and how recently they’ve been on fire. Jeff was especially excited to talk about his Georgia Bull-Dawgs who recently won the Natty against Alabama.
The Georgia native talks about how coming back to comedy after the covid-19 quarantine actually made him nervous like it was his first time performing. He also talks about how much not only comedy but the world has changed since his first stand up gig. Jeff tells an especially risqué story about how while trying to find a good Italian place it led him down a dangerous path on the internet. Jeff and Gentry talk about rednecks, technology, sports and so much more on todays episode of backstage pass, make sure to subscribe and follow for the latest episodes. 

On todays episode of Backstage Pass with Gentry Thomas we get to listen to a renowned actor, producer, Emmy award winner, and a Brooklyn Native Omar Epps. His newest film is titled The Devil You Know hitting theatres April 1st. The movie is a thriller about family, brotherhood, and justice. Omar also comments on the latest Oscar debacle between Will Smith and Chris Rock and how he feels the two will likely solve any of their beef behind closed doors. Speaking of The Oscars Omar talks with Gentry about his favorite Oscar winner of all time Sidney Poitier who was the first African American to ever win the award and one of Omar’s biggest role models going into the movie business.
Epps also talks about what his time on the hit show House as Dr. Gant was like as well as how it influenced his career moving forward. He additionally believes that part of the reason the show became so popular was because House played by Hugh Laurie was one of Hollywood’s first ever anti-heroes. The 48 year old movie star talks with Gentry about rapping, producing, movie soundtracks, modern technology, New York sports, and so much more on todays rendition of Backstage Pass, make sure to subscribe and follow for the latest episodes. 

This week we are joined by Jackass star and comedian Steve-O on todays episode of Backstage Pass with Gentry Thomas. Steve-O talks about his new Bucket List Comedy Tour which recently kicked off and is going all across the country. Gentry talks about his own personal experience with the new movie Jackass Forever and how seeing all the male genitals on the big screen has affected him. Steve-O speaks on how he feels his penis makes everything funnier and maybe part of the reason Jackass Forever got such good reviews. Do you think 47 year old Steve-0 will ever do hard core stunts again? He talks about his future when it comes to stapling his sack to his leg, and letting a swarm of bees attack his penis. The Jackass star describes his most painful stunt of all time and how it has influenced him.

The stuntman extraordinaire gives his take on the recent Nelk boys controversy as their podcast with Donald Trump was recently taken down off of YouTube. Steve-O talks about his own show the Wild-Ride podcast coming up on its hundredth episode, which will involve his big sister as his special guest. Steve-O gives his recommendations for shows and music to watch based on the entertainment he’s been consuming on the tour bus.  We went in deep in this interview with the Jackass stuntman and comedian in this episode of Backstage Pass with Gentry Thomas make sure to subscribe and follow for the latest episodes. 

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On today’s episode of Backstage Pass with Gentry Thomas we get an in depth interview with Steve Stifler from American Pie and Doug The Thug Glatt from Goon, Mr Seann William Scott. He talks about his new show on Fox called Welcome to Flatch a mockumentary where the native Minnesotan plays the local minister in a small town in Ohio. Seann also talks about his relationship with Eugene Levy and how he has remained a successful actor and director for so long. The movie star talks about his favorite roles that he’s played and which characters he relates to the most. 

Gentry also asks Seann how he’s able to stay off of social media and out of the microscope that most Hollywood stars are under. Stifler does describe what his mother is actually like at the request of Gentry and the rest of the studios dirty curiosity. He additionally speaks about his early career and how he first got into movies and how his family and early life influenced him into going to LA. The two talk about his involvement in Jackass, American Pie, Goon, and about his bucket list, along with so much more in today’s episode of Backstage Pass with Gentry Thomas make sure to subscribe and follow for the latest episodes releasing.  

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On today’s episode of Backstage Pass with Gentry Thomas he talks with University of Florida legend, a BCS National Champion, Heisman Trophy winner, NFL quarterback, and an avid Christian, Tim Tebow. In this interview Gentry talks with Tebow about his new book ‘Mission Possible’ which is about finding your faith and finding your purpose in life. They reminisce on the dodgeball tournament Shaq held during Shaq’s Fun House event where Timmy apologized for taking out the Big Diesels family jewels with a dodgeball. 

The now 34-year-old newlywed Tebow describes his childhood and how his father helped mold him into the compassionate unafraid Christian he is today. The former Gator QB dropped some solid advice on resisting temptation playing sports and being in locker rooms his whole life. He states how the average Joe can help others and have purpose without using some of the resources he has, being a celebrity.  Have you ever played NCAA Football on Playstation? Maybe you have been under center with the left handed #15 QB in the game? A lot has been talked about recently on the new NCAA NIL rules. Tebow tells us if he ever got paid for any of his appearances in the video game or for any of the #15 Gator jerseys sold. Tebow talks NCAA NIL deals, country music, his future plans, and Florida’s new coach Billy Napier along with so much more in today’s episode of Backstage Pass with Gentry Thomas make sure to subscribe and follow for the latest episodes releasing.  

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On todays episode of Backstage Pass with Gentry Thomaswe get an in depth look at one of the biggest social media influencers of all time King Bach. The Vine star has a new upcoming comedy tour “Laugh Now, Laugh Later”which kicks off March 4th. King Bach aka Andrew Bachelor (the name his mama gave him) talks about his early comedy gigs and how much he has grown as an artist leading up to his new comedy tour.

The King of social media speaks on his transfer from Vine to Instagram & TikTok and how much has changed since the Vine era. He additionally talks about his acting careerand what it was like transferring to the silver screen. A native Canadian himself King Bach gives his opinions on the recent controversy of the Canadian governments restrictions on citizens due to Covid-19. The social media star / comedian / movie star / director / musician shares his personal stories of Drake, Kevin Hart, Lebron, Eddie Murphy and so much more on todays episode of Backstage Pass with Gentry Thomas make sure to subscribe and follow for the latest episodes. 

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On todays episode of Backstage Pass with Gentry Thomas he talks with one of the NBA’s most legendary enforcers Charles Oakley. The NBA Hall of Famer has recently wrote a book ‘The Last Enforcer’. Which goes in depth about his NBA career and the people he’s met along the way. With Tom Brady’s recent retirement the two talk about where he stacks up in the GOAT debate and if he has passed Michael Jordan. They revisit the historic rivalry between the Knicks and Bulls in the 90s and his relationship with MJ. 

The Big Oak talks about his relationship with Donald Trump who he’s known before his political career. He also speaks on the mentality he had when stepping on the court and how he got his reputation as an enforcer in the NBA. This year The NBA All Star game is hosted in Oakley’s hometown of Cleveland. The 58-year-old enforcer is is sticking with his home state team the Cincinnati Bengals for The Super Bowl this year, he and Gentry also talk celebrities, pizza, and the NBA All Star game.. Listen to this and more on Backstage Pass with Gentry Thomas, make sure to subscribe and follow for the latest interviews.  

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On todays episode of Backstage Pass with Gentry Thomas he is joined by famous member and front man of Jethro Tull 70s rock star Ian Anderson. The Scottish flautist talks about his new album ‘The Zealot Gene’ with Jethro Tull. it is quite amazing considering the last time they released a full length album George W. Bush was in office and the original Finding Nemo was topping the charts. The singer songwriter speaks on the inspiration for the new album being the Bible and how he’s leaving in the good, the bad, and the ugly and not worrying about what the critics think.  

Mr. Anderson also speaks on his unique style of play and how he believes it helped catapult Jethro Tull and himself into the stratosphere aided them in separating themselves from the cluttered field of 60s and 70s British rock bands. He additionally speaks on how he’s been doing his best to avoid Covid and how thankful he is to wake up every morning healthy with the ability to make the music he loves. The perennial rock star talks all this and more in todays episode of Backstage Pass with Gentry Thomas. Make sure to subscribe and follow for more of the latest interviews. 

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On todays episode of Backstage with Gentry Thomas he interviews legendary musician Don McLean. Gentry reaches out to Don and thanks him on behalf of all DJs for making the well known eight minute – thirty six second classic American Pie. They also go in depth about McLean’s relationship with Buddy Holly, how he had influenced his music, and how devastating his death was to him.

They additionally went in depth about the upcoming 50 year anniversary tour for Don McLean’s all time classic American Pie. Gentry asks all the right questions about American Pies lyrics and there deeper meanings and which conspiracy’s are right and which ones are wrong. Don also talks about his thriving buckle collection along with a plethora of other interesting tidbits and more on todays episode of Backstage with Gentry Thomas.

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