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Join iHeartRadio's Gary Cee in conversation with a wide array of guests on a wide variety of topics.

Latest Episodes

Mike Geier, alter ego of Puddles the Clown from 'Puddles Pity Party'

Mike Geier is the alter ego of Puddles the Clown. At 6'8", Mr. Geier cuts a commanding presence when he becomes Puddles for his theater act 'Puddles Pity Party.' Puddles doesn't speak on stage, but he does sing, and he sings beautifully. This is quite an original show.Puddles has played nearly all over the world, including a headline-act residency at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. He even made it to the quarterfinals of 'America's Got Talent.' His YouTube videos have attracted millions of viewers.You can't interview Puddles, but you can interview Mike, and that's what I did in October of 2019 before a performance at the Newton Theatre in Newton, New Jersey.

21 min2019 NOV 14
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Mike Geier, alter ego of Puddles the Clown from 'Puddles Pity Party'

New York Times Crossword Editor Will Shortz

Will Shortz has been editing the New York Times crossword puzzle since 1993. I've been writing crosswords since 2007, and I've been lucky enough to have 39 of my creations published in the Times to date, all of them edited by Will. He is the master of the art, America's King of Cruciverbalism, and with Will at the helm, the subscriber base of the New York Times Crossword Puzzle app has grown to a remarkable 500,000 solvers. That's a lot of folks reading clues and filling in grids, and it translates into an abundant source of revenue for The New York Times.I traveled to Pleasantville, New York to interview Will at the Westchester Table Tennis Center, which he owns. Here we discuss what it takes for a crossword to make it from a constructor's idea all the way to the Arts section of The New York Times. Listen closely and you'll hear the patter of ping-pong and squeaks of sneakers as Will talks about the craft and business of what he does, and why he believes we're currently living in t...

22 min2019 OCT 19
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New York Times Crossword Editor Will Shortz

Sebastian Maniscalco

The red-hot Sebastian Maniscalco has been a stand-up comedian since the mid-90s. He's toured all over the country and has built a loyal fanbase built on his TV specials, which you can now see on Netflix. Lately, he's been packing arenas like the Boston Garden, the Los Angeles Forum and Madison Square Garden. His book, released in February of 2018, is called 'Stay Hungry.' He was great in the film 'Green Book,' and he plays mobster Crazy Joe Gallo in the Martin Scorsese movie 'The Irishman.'I spoke with Sebastian on October 8, 2019 about his stand-up act, 'The Irishman,' and what he wants to do next. Photo by Manny Carabel/Getty Images.

13 min2019 OCT 12
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Sebastian Maniscalco

Danny Goldberg, music manager and author

Danny Goldberg is a music industry veteran. He started Gold Mountain Entertainment back in 1983, and managed Nirvana starting in 1991. He was the CEO of the Mercury Records Group, and president of Atlantic Records. He ran his own Artemis Record label from 1999 to 2006. These days, his management company is called Gold Village Entertainment.Danny's book about Kurt Cobain and Nirvana is called "Serving the Servant" and he talks about that book in this episode of 'Talk to Me.'

39 min2019 APR 15
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Danny Goldberg, music manager and author

Gary Lewis from Gary Lewis And The Playboys

In the mid-Sixties, my sister Jeanne brought home all the Gary Lewis And The Playboys records. We'd stack up those 45s and play 'em nonstop; great songs like "This Diamond Ring,""Count Me In," "Save Your Heart For me," "Everybody Loves A Clown ,""She's Just My Style,""Sure Gonna Miss Her," and "Green Grass." I loved those records.So you can imagine what a thrill it was to sit down with Gary Lewis in October of 2018 and talk about his career in music, his band, his time in Vietnam, what's he's doing today, and of course, growing up in Hollywood with his famous father Jerry. This show was recorded backstage at the Newton Theatre in Newton, New Jersey just before a Gary Lewis And The Playboys concert.

21 min2018 OCT 27
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Gary Lewis from Gary Lewis And The Playboys

Jeff Idelson, President of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

Jeff Idelson has his dream job. He's the President of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, New York.He grew up loving and playing the game, but realized early on that his talents would only take him so far. That didn't shake his determination to pursue a career in baseball. He became a vendor at Fenway Park in junior high school, which led to an internship and later on, a position in the PR department of the Boston Red Sox. At the age of 25, he moved to New York to work as the Director of Media Relations and Publicity for the New York Yankees under George Steinbrenner.Jeff worked for World Cup USA before taking a job as the Director of Media Relations and Publicity for the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1994. From there, he worked his way up to the top of the Hall's corporate lineup. Now, he calls the shots.I talked to Jeff about America's greatest game in a conversation that touches on the 2018 HOF inductees and also includes mentions of Tom Seaver, Pete...

21 min2018 MAY 21
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Jeff Idelson, President of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

Actor Allan Rich

Allan Rich (birthname Benjamin Schultz) was born in the Bronx in 1926 and knew he wanted to be an actor when he was five years old. He appeared in several Broadway shows in the 1940s including a memorable play with Claude Rains called "Darkness at Noon."In the mid-forties, Allan led a Theatrical Action Committee to free Willie McGee, a black man from Mississippi who had been convicted of rape in 1945 and subsequently electrocuted in 1951. Allan's devotion to civil rights led to accusations of involvement with the Communist Party, and in time, landed him on a Hollywood blacklist. Ostracized from show business, he found work on Wall Street and worked as an art dealer before landing sporadic film and TV roles in the Sixties. In 1973, Allan played district attorney Herman Tauber alongside Al Pacino in "Serpico" and from there, his career took off. Allan's filmography on IMDB lists nearly 150 roles, including appearances on "All in the Family," "Barney Miller," "Happy Days," "Two Broke G...

26 min2018 APR 27
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Actor Allan Rich

The Amazing Kreskin

The Amazing Kreskin, professional mentalist, has been thrilling audiences since the late Sixties. He made countless TV appearances with Johnny Carson, Mike Douglas, Merv Griffin and David Letterman. Kreskin was even the subject of his own Milton Bradley board game.These days, the Amazing Kreskin, age 83, makes appearances not only on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, but all around the world, including an Off-Broadway show called "The Amazing Kreskin - Live" at the Lion Theatre on Theatre Row in New York City.This program was recorded at the carriage house adjacent to Kreskin's New Jersey home.

37 min2018 APR 23
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The Amazing Kreskin

Hayley Coriaty of Legoland New York

Legoland New York is currently under construction, ahead of schedule and due to open in the Spring of 2020 in the town of Goshen. This will be a 170-acre theme park on a 500-acre parcel of land off Exit 125 on Route 17. As you drive from Middletown to NYC, you can see the site just past exit 125 on the right-hand side.Hayley Coriaty is the Community Relations Director of Legoland New York, and she fills me in on everything this park will offer: the rides, the theater, the coasters, the 250-room hotel, you name it. The project is expected to bring 1300 jobs to the area.

20 min2018 APR 2
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Hayley Coriaty of Legoland New York

Guitarist Steve Hackett

Guitarist Steve Hackett played in the classic lineup of Genesis with Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins, Mike Rutherford and Tony Banks. He left the band in 1977 to pursue a solo career, and also formed GTR in the Eighties with Steve Howe. Mr. Hackett talks about those great days with Genesis, his current world tour and recent CD "Wuthering Nights: Live in Birmingham."

32 min2018 FEB 26
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Guitarist Steve Hackett

Latest Episodes

Mike Geier, alter ego of Puddles the Clown from 'Puddles Pity Party'

Mike Geier is the alter ego of Puddles the Clown. At 6'8", Mr. Geier cuts a commanding presence when he becomes Puddles for his theater act 'Puddles Pity Party.' Puddles doesn't speak on stage, but he does sing, and he sings beautifully. This is quite an original show.Puddles has played nearly all over the world, including a headline-act residency at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. He even made it to the quarterfinals of 'America's Got Talent.' His YouTube videos have attracted millions of viewers.You can't interview Puddles, but you can interview Mike, and that's what I did in October of 2019 before a performance at the Newton Theatre in Newton, New Jersey.

21 min2019 NOV 14
Comments
Mike Geier, alter ego of Puddles the Clown from 'Puddles Pity Party'

New York Times Crossword Editor Will Shortz

Will Shortz has been editing the New York Times crossword puzzle since 1993. I've been writing crosswords since 2007, and I've been lucky enough to have 39 of my creations published in the Times to date, all of them edited by Will. He is the master of the art, America's King of Cruciverbalism, and with Will at the helm, the subscriber base of the New York Times Crossword Puzzle app has grown to a remarkable 500,000 solvers. That's a lot of folks reading clues and filling in grids, and it translates into an abundant source of revenue for The New York Times.I traveled to Pleasantville, New York to interview Will at the Westchester Table Tennis Center, which he owns. Here we discuss what it takes for a crossword to make it from a constructor's idea all the way to the Arts section of The New York Times. Listen closely and you'll hear the patter of ping-pong and squeaks of sneakers as Will talks about the craft and business of what he does, and why he believes we're currently living in t...

22 min2019 OCT 19
Comments
New York Times Crossword Editor Will Shortz

Sebastian Maniscalco

The red-hot Sebastian Maniscalco has been a stand-up comedian since the mid-90s. He's toured all over the country and has built a loyal fanbase built on his TV specials, which you can now see on Netflix. Lately, he's been packing arenas like the Boston Garden, the Los Angeles Forum and Madison Square Garden. His book, released in February of 2018, is called 'Stay Hungry.' He was great in the film 'Green Book,' and he plays mobster Crazy Joe Gallo in the Martin Scorsese movie 'The Irishman.'I spoke with Sebastian on October 8, 2019 about his stand-up act, 'The Irishman,' and what he wants to do next. Photo by Manny Carabel/Getty Images.

13 min2019 OCT 12
Comments
Sebastian Maniscalco

Danny Goldberg, music manager and author

Danny Goldberg is a music industry veteran. He started Gold Mountain Entertainment back in 1983, and managed Nirvana starting in 1991. He was the CEO of the Mercury Records Group, and president of Atlantic Records. He ran his own Artemis Record label from 1999 to 2006. These days, his management company is called Gold Village Entertainment.Danny's book about Kurt Cobain and Nirvana is called "Serving the Servant" and he talks about that book in this episode of 'Talk to Me.'

39 min2019 APR 15
Comments
Danny Goldberg, music manager and author

Gary Lewis from Gary Lewis And The Playboys

In the mid-Sixties, my sister Jeanne brought home all the Gary Lewis And The Playboys records. We'd stack up those 45s and play 'em nonstop; great songs like "This Diamond Ring,""Count Me In," "Save Your Heart For me," "Everybody Loves A Clown ,""She's Just My Style,""Sure Gonna Miss Her," and "Green Grass." I loved those records.So you can imagine what a thrill it was to sit down with Gary Lewis in October of 2018 and talk about his career in music, his band, his time in Vietnam, what's he's doing today, and of course, growing up in Hollywood with his famous father Jerry. This show was recorded backstage at the Newton Theatre in Newton, New Jersey just before a Gary Lewis And The Playboys concert.

21 min2018 OCT 27
Comments
Gary Lewis from Gary Lewis And The Playboys

Jeff Idelson, President of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

Jeff Idelson has his dream job. He's the President of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, New York.He grew up loving and playing the game, but realized early on that his talents would only take him so far. That didn't shake his determination to pursue a career in baseball. He became a vendor at Fenway Park in junior high school, which led to an internship and later on, a position in the PR department of the Boston Red Sox. At the age of 25, he moved to New York to work as the Director of Media Relations and Publicity for the New York Yankees under George Steinbrenner.Jeff worked for World Cup USA before taking a job as the Director of Media Relations and Publicity for the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1994. From there, he worked his way up to the top of the Hall's corporate lineup. Now, he calls the shots.I talked to Jeff about America's greatest game in a conversation that touches on the 2018 HOF inductees and also includes mentions of Tom Seaver, Pete...

21 min2018 MAY 21
Comments
Jeff Idelson, President of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

Actor Allan Rich

Allan Rich (birthname Benjamin Schultz) was born in the Bronx in 1926 and knew he wanted to be an actor when he was five years old. He appeared in several Broadway shows in the 1940s including a memorable play with Claude Rains called "Darkness at Noon."In the mid-forties, Allan led a Theatrical Action Committee to free Willie McGee, a black man from Mississippi who had been convicted of rape in 1945 and subsequently electrocuted in 1951. Allan's devotion to civil rights led to accusations of involvement with the Communist Party, and in time, landed him on a Hollywood blacklist. Ostracized from show business, he found work on Wall Street and worked as an art dealer before landing sporadic film and TV roles in the Sixties. In 1973, Allan played district attorney Herman Tauber alongside Al Pacino in "Serpico" and from there, his career took off. Allan's filmography on IMDB lists nearly 150 roles, including appearances on "All in the Family," "Barney Miller," "Happy Days," "Two Broke G...

26 min2018 APR 27
Comments
Actor Allan Rich

The Amazing Kreskin

The Amazing Kreskin, professional mentalist, has been thrilling audiences since the late Sixties. He made countless TV appearances with Johnny Carson, Mike Douglas, Merv Griffin and David Letterman. Kreskin was even the subject of his own Milton Bradley board game.These days, the Amazing Kreskin, age 83, makes appearances not only on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, but all around the world, including an Off-Broadway show called "The Amazing Kreskin - Live" at the Lion Theatre on Theatre Row in New York City.This program was recorded at the carriage house adjacent to Kreskin's New Jersey home.

37 min2018 APR 23
Comments
The Amazing Kreskin

Hayley Coriaty of Legoland New York

Legoland New York is currently under construction, ahead of schedule and due to open in the Spring of 2020 in the town of Goshen. This will be a 170-acre theme park on a 500-acre parcel of land off Exit 125 on Route 17. As you drive from Middletown to NYC, you can see the site just past exit 125 on the right-hand side.Hayley Coriaty is the Community Relations Director of Legoland New York, and she fills me in on everything this park will offer: the rides, the theater, the coasters, the 250-room hotel, you name it. The project is expected to bring 1300 jobs to the area.

20 min2018 APR 2
Comments
Hayley Coriaty of Legoland New York

Guitarist Steve Hackett

Guitarist Steve Hackett played in the classic lineup of Genesis with Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins, Mike Rutherford and Tony Banks. He left the band in 1977 to pursue a solo career, and also formed GTR in the Eighties with Steve Howe. Mr. Hackett talks about those great days with Genesis, his current world tour and recent CD "Wuthering Nights: Live in Birmingham."

32 min2018 FEB 26
Comments
Guitarist Steve Hackett
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