This episode is full of all the feels. Feel your feelings people. Come on, you know you want to! Just for 15 minutes. That’s all we ask.
Richie T. Steadman
, Rick Steadman, Dick Steadman… by any name he was still our guest this week. You may know him as the executive producer of Radio from Hell
on X96 in Salt Lake. You may know him as an actor for many years at the Desert Star Playhouse
. You may know him because he has DJ’d your event. Maybe he delivered to you a singing telegram? You may know him because he is renovating his home and #thehomesteadman
is a hashtag to follow. Or you may know him as a creator of the local Utah podcast, The Cultural Hall
. However you know him, this interview will hopefully give you a little more insight than you normally get! Richie confirms the story that his brother, Jeffery,
told on our show a couple weeks ago in episode 53 about losing his front teeth. He hates chocolate and fruit together. He had to get in touch with his feelings for 15 minutes… alone. He’s been in theatre MUCH longer than we knew and started with the coolest head-shots EVER. Richie T. is just an all-around good guy. Oh, and he isn’t a pumpkin-pie hair-cutted freak.
We think we need to see those Scotty Pippen shoes!
And please hire him for your upcoming events!
Local city fireworks displays ON the 4th of July include:
Don’t forget when buying your fireworks to support our very own Chris and head to a local Phantom Fireworks booth (if you’re in South Jordan, hit up the one by Sprouts)
If you’ve ever wanted to take a long sword class, this is your chance! July 1st at 12pm 1040 Constitution Blvd in SLC. The United Swords Clansman Association is holding a beginners class. For more information click HERE
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Music by local Utah Band: Bootleggers Dance by Folk Hogan