“Boredom” is episode 10 in Andy & Reggie’s Songs About Stuff & Things Radio Hour. The boys talk about what bores them, John Mayer, and they fulfill online & phone song requests by Russell Gillespie, Erica Softley, and Alex “Danger” Stewart. Songs by Lupe Fiasco, Built To Spill, Al Jolson, Sparks, Paul Westerberg, Cracker and more.
“Curve Balls” is episode 9 in Andy & Reggie’s Songs About Stuff & Things Radio Hour. In-studio performance by Donkey Boy (USA). Songs centered around baseball and life featuring: Whiskeytown, Joie De Vivre, The Baseball Project with Craig Finn of The Hold Steady. Bill Cosby, Reggie Jackson, Joe DiMaggio and Thom Derby chime in.
“Fools” is the 8th episode of Andy & Reggieâ€™s Songs About Stuff & Things Radio Hour. Special guest, Thom Derby, buys out the entire hour to host the episode alone. Thom’s experience with dealing with day-to-day fools while running his company, DERBY | REYNOLDS, turns out to be entertaining-between-song banter. Songs by The Stone Roses, Miles Nielsen, Elvis, Donkey Boy (USA), Gorgeous George, Kort, Neutral Milk Hotel, Jeff Tweedy, A Tribe Called Quest, Van Halen and so much more are played. Special online requests of Neko Case, O.A.R and Paul Anka tunes, by Jojo Wrinkles, Katie Dunbar Davison and Debbie DeCastris, are played too.
“Sexy Time” is the 6th episode of Andy & Reggie’s Songs About Stuff & Things Radio Hour. Songs selected to help people make more babies, or not, performed by GAYNGS, Spoon, The Pimps, Carla Bruni, Common, George Michael and more! Lord Derby stops by once more to talk about how sexy time divided his company.
“SOUL CRAYSEE” is the 3rd episode of Andy & Reggieâ€™s Songs About Stuff & Things Radio Hour. Songs by Bill Withers, Sam Cooke, Baby Huey, Nina Simon, Cassius Clay, and many more artists comprise a brief rundown on the hosts favorite songs related to soul. Thom Derby makes another timeless appearance to talk about his company’s soul. Reggie gets upset at Andy for not playing a Prince song. Special mashups of J.Dilla & Morgan Freeman, and Miles Davis and Richard Pryor.