The Tubes’ Fee Waybill: Topless Dancers, Richard Marx, Vintage Bourbon & More

On this episode of The Fred Minnick Show, musician, actor and producer Fee Waybill joins in. Waybill was front man for 1970s-1980s hitmakers The Tubes and also worked with artists such as Toto, Richard Marx and Bryan Adams. He also has appeared on television and … Continue readingThe Tubes’ Fee Waybill: Topless Dancers, Richard Marx, Vintage Bourbon & More

How Would Hip Hop Be Different if Tupac Was Still Alive? E-40 Dishes Over Eagle Rare

On this episode of The Fred Minnick Show, the great E-40, the legendary rapper and hip hop artist, joins the show. E-40, whose given name is Earl Stevens, is well known as a pioneer of West Coast rap, the founder of Sick Wid it Records, … Continue readingHow Would Hip Hop Be Different if Tupac Was Still Alive? E-40 Dishes Over Eagle Rare

Sports Talk Personality Steve Czaban Scalds ESPN, Digs Belfour Straight Rye

On this episode of The Fred Minnick Show, sports talk radio personality Steve Czaban joins Fred for some lively talk and tasty whiskey. Czaban is a veteran of Fox Sports Radio, Yahoo Sports Radio and others, and his Steve Czaban Show currently airs on 97.3 … Continue readingSports Talk Personality Steve Czaban Scalds ESPN, Digs Belfour Straight Rye

Bailey Bryan Talks New Album ‘Fresh Start,’ Sips Whiskey From a Bowl

On this episode of The Fred Minnick Show, singer-songwriter Bailey Bryan joins Fred for conversation and whiskey sipping. Bryan, who was named an “Artist of Tomorrow” at the 2016 Grammys, drops her new album Fresh Start this week, and that was a big part of … Continue readingBailey Bryan Talks New Album ‘Fresh Start,’ Sips Whiskey From a Bowl