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The Shotgun Start with Andy Johnson of The Fried Egg and Brendan Porath of SB Nation is a podcast waiting for you early in the morning that quickly blasts through a variety of topics (usually) related to golf and (ideally) relevant to the day. It covers news from the pro tours around the world, amusing and important topics from the amateur game the rest of us play, and some irreverent stuff in between. There will be short interviews, previews, reviews, and dives into the archives. It provide ...
 
Welcome to Shotgun Story The podcast that has conversations with Indie creators about music, meaning and the point of it all, so that you may be inspired by the journeys of other artists who are doing it for themselves and maybe gain a little more understanding as to why it matters quite so much that you keep creating.
 
Shotgun The Aux is a Hip Hop and Streetwear Podcast based in the UK (Bournemouth stand up!). From boom bap to trap, Aidan, Tom and Jake discuss their passion for Hip Hop culture, new clothing drops, and interview some of the most exciting talent the UK Hip Hop scene has to offer. Shotgun The Aux also serves as a platform to promote new music for regional Hip Hop artists who want to get their music heard by likeminded heads out there. You can find Shotgun The Aux on all social media platforms ...
 
The Shooter's Story is a collection of interviews of shooters - just like you. Competitive, tactical, defensive, recreational, pros, newbies and everyone in between. We share our stories to build a community of like minded shooters sharing our passion (or hobby!) to spread the word and grow the sports.
 
A train pulls into the station - it's the end of the line. A Hobo jumps from a freight car, hoping for a fresh start in a new city. Instead, he finds himself trapped in an urban hell. This is a world where criminals rule the streets and Drake, the city's crime boss, reigns supreme alongside his sadistic murderous sons, Slick and Ivan. Amidst the chaos, the Hobo comes across a pawn shop window displaying a second hand lawn mower. He dreams of making the city a beautiful place and starting a n ...
 
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This Wednesday episode goes in a bunch of stupid directions, starting with some details that may or may not be true on real estate around TPC Craig Ranch. This then devolves into a discussion on people named Craig, the most famous Craigs, the haughtiness of Craig T. Nelson using his middle initial, and a couple other unrelated topics. The shhhedule…
 
Riding Shotgun With Charlie#104Mike PiwowarskiArms Room Radio Mike Piwowarski is one of those people who goes to ALL the 2A events! I can’t remember if we met at Gun Rights Policy Conference or SHOT Show, but we run into each other everywhere, which is one of the things I love about my 2A friends! Mike is officially the SECOND passenger to “really …
 
Welcome to "Shotgun The Classics" where we revisit and breakdown some of our favourite Hip Hop albums. In this episode, we take on the UK Hip Hop masterpiece that is "The Sagas Of..." by Hackney rapper Klashnekoff released in 2004 on Kemet records. Once again, DJ and producer Harry Love joined us to chat about producing "Parrowdice" and possibly on…
 
'Original Music for Original People'Tidal Waves is the hardest working reggae band in South African, and a stalwart on the local festival scene.In this weeks episode I'm chatting to guitarist/vocalist Jacob Zakes Wulana about music as a movement, the healing power of it, traveling the world, the impact of bra Piet, backing Ziggy Marley, and getting…
 
Ah pregnancy, one of the most beautiful moments in a woman's life.... But that's not the cast in this nasty New French Extremity Film. Discussing Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury's powerful, bloody and downright terrifying film INSIDE (2007). To discuss this brutal and bizarre film is Lucy Buglass, more commonly known as Lucy Goes To Hollywood. …
 
Shotgun Sports is a passion for many; the same is true for Travis Mears. At a young age of 9 years old Travis started his competitive career and has continued to follow his passion. Travis has competed on many different levels within the sport. He started with the youth shooting programs such as 4-H and SCTP and then moved on to Lindenwood Universi…
 
It was a jam-packed weekend of golf and this Monday episode jumps right into it by flipping a coin and starting with a review of the Walker Cup. Andy and Brendan nominate their favorite “breakout” players from the weekend, what they loved most about Seminole, and wonder why there’s not a push to make this more of a top 10 event in the entire game. …
 
This Friday episode begins with some quick reactions to Phil Mickelson taking the early lead in Charlotte, which is an occasion to quickly pivot to his quotes that joining a PGL or SLG league for tens of millions of dollars will actually require selflessness. This leads to a pivot to discuss the report from Alan Shipnuck that these are, in fact, no…
 
Todd Hitch is an 18 year old shooter that has taken sporting clays by storm. In just 4 short years he has become one of the most dominant forces in the NSCA. The cool, calm, relaxed 6'3 shooter may take this sport as serious, if not more serious, than anyone else. Sporting Clays is his passion, it's what he wants to do, it's what he solely focuses …
 
This Wednesday episode begins with Courtesy and Brendan discussing their distaste for the whole May the 4th proliferation, as well as the one liquor that never seems to dwindle on their bars. Then they spend the first 30 minutes or so discussing the re-emergence and re-branding of the PGL. They go back-and-forth between synthesis of a day of report…
 
Riding Shotgun With Charlie#103 Alexander RoubianNew Jersey Second Amendment Society Alexander and I first met at Gun Rights Policy Conference in 2016 in Tampa. After the conference, we both went with Mark Walters (RSWC #002 & #084) and Alan Gottlieb (RSWC #100) to a radio station to be on Armed American Radio. I’ve also been a fan of the Gun For H…
 
This Monday episode gets back to some SGS roots, with a quick and unprepared whip around the results from the weekend in the golf world. It really, actually is a short one. They begin with the Valspar, where Sam Burns broke through for what could be the first of many wins on the PGA Tour. The dump in the cup award is back, as is the second edition …
 
All golf talk is set aside at the start of this Friday episode, which was recorded minutes after the Bears traded up and drafted QB Justin Fields (and hours after reporting on Aaron Rodgers wanting out of Green Bay). A giddy Andy walks through his emotions of the day and proclaims the Bears “back.” Eventually, there is golf talk -- the Valspar chat…
 
Welcome to our brand new section - "Shotgun The Classics" (we couldn't come up with anything more original) where we revisit and breakdown some of our favourite Hip Hop albums. In this episode, we tackle the seminal UK Hip Hop classic "The Return Of The Drifter" by English rapper Jehst released in 2002 on Low Life Records. After revisiting the albu…
 
It all started with Foster picking up a flyer at their school about tryouts for the local shooting team. Both Matt, Foster, and Buddy (dad) had a passion for the outdoors, so they went to check it out. Matt and Foster were both recognized quickly with their shooting skills, and both made the Rapid City SCTP team. With help of their coach, John Brac…
 
This Wednesday episode begins with Brendan having to answer to some angry Aussies and attempt to clarify his Leishman comp from Monday. It’s also a rambling episode with Andy on the road with a broken phone, an alarm clock that won’t go off, and a birthday date with Torrey Pines and Brendan trying to find a couple spare minutes in between childcare…
 
Riding Shotgun With Charlie#102Alan LauALau Firearm Training Alan and I have been following each other on social media for a while. We were officially connected by Patrick Collins RSWC #91 & #99 Part 1. He thought Alan would be a great passenger for the show. And he was correct! Alan grew up in Hong Kong and moved to the Boston area when he was 13.…
 
This Monday episode begins with Andy disclosing an explosive handicap scandal from his Fried Egg event over the weekend. Then they get to the golf from the weekend, beginning with the first to finish -- the LA Open on the LPGA. Brooke Henderson’s 10th career win is praised but the pace of play is lamented. There’s also a call for more primetime gol…
 
This Friday episode begins with some reaction to both “town crier” and “baton boy” references making it onto featured group coverage on Billy Tour Live. There’s also some reaction to the Crier’s contention that TPC Louisiana was not built to be played in wind. There’s amusement over the explanation of the Bubba-Scheffler team and confusion over som…
 
A native Floridian, Dania found her love of shotgun shooting through seeing her father shoot. She had another major talent, though, in her abilities as a dancer that earned her admittance to the prestigious Juilliard Dance Intensive, one of world’s best courses for young dancers. But Dania chose shooting instead. Dania, who has been claiming titles…
 
After year off, the PGA Tour returns to New Orleans and while there may no longer be walk-up music at this event, the listeners demand that this annual game goes on. So Andy makes a playlist of songs hinting at the inane, insider, and downright specious. Play along as Brendan attempts to guess what Andy is getting at with some of these song choices…
 
Riding Shotgun With Charlie#101Hickok45YouTube Creator Wilder things have happened. Snow in Tennessee isn’t something that happens often. Unless I’m driving down. Despite nearly every place being closed and many Tennesseans not having experience driving in the snow, I was able to meet Hickok45 for breakfast before we filmed the show! Whew! We’ve al…
 
This Monday episode begins with a discussion of some Chicago saloons, such as Lottie’s, the title sponsor of this week’s LPGA event, which Lydia Ko won on Saturday night. Brendan and Andy get into some of the astounding stats of Ko’s recent run, the brilliant pace of play, and what it could mean for a second peak. Then there’s an unplanned diversio…
 
It’s Friday and there is no script. Andy and Brendan begin with some thoughts on the first ever non-profit casino being built at TPC Scottsdale. Then there are some Mother’s Day gift ideas, like “tournament-used hazard water” on offer from TPC Sawgrass. The event of the week, the Western Intercollegiate, is reviewed, leading to some “bones to pick”…
 
I talked to Dominic Bethel, owner of the Meadows Gun Club which is hosting the Southeast Regional that runs from April 26th - May 2nd. If you want to attend one of the largest tournaments of the year, you need to register now. Listen to what is to be expected from this tournament, what events will be there, vendors, food, gun giveaways, and much mo…
 
Harvey has been shooting clay targets for 15 years. He has been the President for the Georgia Sporting Clays Association for 9 years and continues to help grow the sport across the state. I thought it would be a great idea to get Harvey's perspective from the political standpoint within the GSCA, talk about how he sees the sport growing in the futu…
 
The Masters has come and gone but Shotgun Start plays on with this Wednesday episode. They begin with some clean up from the first men’s major of the year, hitting on Hideki’s overly onerous modes of transportation after winning the Masters, the Town Crier’s attempt at an apology, and other post Masters “viral” moments. Then they’re on to the Harbo…
 
"As long as you have music, you'll always have food on the table."Basically the bravest person I know, Ann Jangle has done what most of us wish we had the courage to - she's living her dreams at all costs.In today's episode we talk about her African Dream Parade, touring Europe, collaborating with legends, sleeping under the stars, the kindness of …
 
Riding Shotgun With Charlie#100Alan GottliebSecond Amendment Foundation Alan Gottlieb is The MAN! At my first Gun Rights Policy Conference (GRPC) in Tampa 2016, I approached Massad Ayoob to have him sign my copy of In The Gravest Extreme. I took a deep breath, asked Mas if he could come Riding Shotgun. Alan was right behind Mas. He said “Oh my gosh…
 
Andy and Brendan put a bow on a fantastic weekend at the Masters, beginning with Hideki Matsuyama playing his way into a green jacket. They dispute the notion that this was somehow a boring Sunday or middling Masters. The entire first portion of the podcast covers Hideki, from what it means to his home country, the excitement from Saturday night th…
 
A lively virtual Bixby House results in this punch-drunk Masters table-setter for Sunday. Andy and Brendan react to that outrageous inward 30 from Hideki Matsuyama, but not without first pondering a preposterous rules hypothetical related to JT. Then they run through the leaderboard with a manichean contender/pretender judgment for each player. Two…
 
It’s Friday night at the Masters! Andy and Brendan react to the 85th edition of the tournament at its midpoint, beginning with Justin Rose hanging on to his lead against a loaded gaggle of chargers. Ian Woosnam’s battle to make the cut becomes a prominent topic perhaps far too early in the show, but his bench-sitting practices needed to be discusse…
 
Andy and Brendan are back for what is now an SGS Masters tradition -- daily podcasts reviewing all the inanities, amusements, and play both good and bad. This Thursday review begins with the incredible golf of Justin Rose, and quickly turns to the challenging course conditions of the first round. The firmness made hitting fairways an actual priorit…
 
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