Best Of The Week 7

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BestOfWeek 7We made it through another great week! On Monday, Sherry Layne and Eric Shane were in studio to co-host with me as we welcomed comedienne Deven Green. On Tuesday, Jeff Schroeder was back as we welcomed filmmaker Pat Solomon, who came in to discuss his documentary Finding Joe, about the philosophies and teachings of Joseph Campbell. On Wednesday, Cindy Hooker and I welcomed professional organizer and author Regina Lark, who’s new book: Psychic Debris, Crowded Closets, not only changed my perspective about my possessions, but has inspired me to clean out my garage! Later in the show we were joined by actress Courtney Merritt, who can be seen on ABC’s Suburgatory and who received a surprise phone call on the air from her former TV mom from CMT’s Working Class, Melissa Peterman. On Thursday, Jeff and Welcomed actress Shari Belafonte who called in to talk about her current photography exhibit and later in the show, we caught up with Dave Dini for some motivational wisdom to close out our week!

Our Playlist of the Week:

  • Better Life, Keith Urban
  • Ukulele Lady, Bette Midler
  • Look At My Face, Deven Green
  • Heavenly Days, Chely Wright (featuring Rodney Crowell)
  • Something You Can’t Live Without, Wynonna
  • What You Get Is What You See, Tina Turner
  • 3 Foot Tall, Classified
  • Mr. Jones, Counting Crows
  • Born This Way, Little Big Town
  • Ode To Billy Joe, Bobbie Gentry
  • Attitude, Wynonna
  • Grown Man, New Kids On The Block (featuring Nicole Scherzinger)
  • Still The One, Orleans
  • Botch-A-Me, Still The One, Rosemary Clooney
  • Hey Deanie, Shaun Cassidy
  • Wings, Little Mix

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Our 2nd Week!

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Eric Shane, Mike Pingel, Alexander Rodriguez and Ben Viele

Happy 2nd week everyone!

Things were loud and gay on Monday when we welcomed author and the one of Charlie’s lost angels, Mike Pingel who was in the studio to talk about his new book, Betty White Rules The World. Also in the studio were hosts Alexander Rodriguez and Ben Viele who host a show on UBN Radio on Tuesday nights at 6pm called Happy Hour with Ben and Alexander. It was a happy two hours indeed as they brought mimosas for my co-host Eric Shane and myself! Continue reading

Joe Cross from Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead

June 20, 2011- Joe Cross is an Australian entrepreneur and investor who invests in early stage high potential growth companies. These include investments in the fashion, transportation, private equity finance, derivatives trading, early childhood education, structural steel distribution and health and wellness sectors. Joe began his business career as a trader on the Sydney Futures Exchange where he worked from the early 1980s until 1998. During this time, Joe founded several companies in the derivatives trading and technology space. From the late 1990s until 2003, Joe managed a diverse portfolio of assets in telecommunications, media, technology and financial services for Queensland Press Ltd, a wholly owned company of News Corp. During 2003, Joe began investing his own capital through his investment vehicle Jaymsea Investments Pty Ltd. A number of these businesses have gone from a start up to a thriving and successful business in a few short years. Today, Jaymsea has a diverse portfolio of active investments with financial and managerial stakes in high potential growth companies. The portfolio includes: Thakoon, a leading US based high end fashion label; Willow, a high end Australian based fashion label; and Citibabes, a club and education centre for families with small children.

Most recently, Joe founded Reboot Media; a health and lifestyle brand that creates entertaining and actionable educational media for anyone that is sick and tired of being sick and fat. Joe is the Chairman and CEO of Reboot Media, as well as the Co-Director, Executive Producer, and the host and subject of Reboot Media’s first feature length film, “Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead”. Joe lives in New York and Sydney.