Weens has dinner with her friend Angelo Moore the lead singer and musician best known for his band Fishbone. You will hear one of LA’s most creative talented and funky men discuss his thoughts on the world today. He talks about how he got into the spirit of David Bowie on tour, and we hear from his stylist Michele Harper on costuming. Dr. Madd Vibe gives his feelings on racism, politics, but mostly gets down and dirty with his corned beef! Hear all of his upcoming musical projects and tours with Brand New Step, Fishbone, Dr. Madd Vibe and the Missin Links, and the Celebrating David Bowie world tour. This is one of musics great original artists! Don’t miss it. Song credits. Weens and Angelo Moore. Used with permission.
Meet Weens colleague and friend Scrote. He is the musical director for the Celebrating David Bowie world tour as well as an inspirational musician and human being. We learn the story of how this celebratory tour came to be and Scrote shares stories about David Bowie and what he learned about this legendary icon along the way. This is a special interview for Bowie fans and music history buffs but is also a reminder to all of us to act on what is meaningful to collaborate and to persevere through the negative in order to bring positive changes to others. Enjoy our special edition and please reach out with questions and comments to celebratingdavidbowie.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
We catch up on our social lives and hear about Mouse’s Cinco de Oucho party. Weens reminisces about the Bay Area funk scene in the early 90’s and gets into some stories about her friend Puck before he was famous during and after his fame on The Real World San Francisco. She gives her thoughts on the world of reality TV from being on the sets of The Real World and Housewives. Learn about our connection to the Real Housewives of Orange County and hear Mouse defend her love of reality television and escapism. Write in to join the conversation and be featured in our next episode! email@example.com Outro music by Weens “Mama Soul”