Oct 20 2016

Brett Singer Live Returns

Brett Singer Live has returned! Listen to it right here!

Next time we’ll get someone else to be on the air with me. Will it be you? It might be. Let me know on the Facebooks or the Twitters if you’re interested. Several fine folks have already said they will join me in my media endeavor, which is greatly appreciated.

You can also listen to past shows here. AND you can get my show on iTunes. Yes. iTunes. Click here and iTunes will open and all will be right with the world.

But I’m back! Let’s go!

Source: Guess Who’s Back? 10/19 by Brett Singer | Entertainment Podcasts


Jun 27 2012

Brett Singer Live To Return Soon

Brett Singer Live, the online radio show that I’ve been doing for awhile now, will soon return to the airwaves of the Interweb. You are excited. I know. I can tell.

My most recent show was back in November when I interviewed Neal Pollack, author of Jewball. I’m bringing the show back because it’s become rather popular, with literally thousands of downloads every month. Who am I to deny the will of the people?

All of the shows are archived at BlogTalkRadio. You can also listen to it online via iTunes here, or subscribe to the podcast feed. Watch this space for the date and time of the next show.


Nov 09 2011

Interview with Neal Pollack November 10 on Blog Talk Radio

Jewball

Brett Singer Live is back. (You know you missed me. Admit it.) I’ll be interviewing author Neal Pollack on Blog Talk Radio on Thursday November 10 at 1:30pm EST. I will also premiere a new song. A very jewy new song. Read more »


Aug 30 2011

Tip: Teach Your Children About Music [DaddyTips]

Teaching your children about music does not mean exposing them to Gregorian Chants and Edgard Varese. Or even (shudder) opera. (Unless you like opera. That’s your burden to bear.) I’m talking about the basics. Today’s DaddyTip is Teach Your Children About Music.

This came up the other day when we were in the car and Led Zeppelin came on the radio. “Who’s Led Zeppelin?” my son asked. Read more »


Jun 03 2010

Brett Singer Live Friday June 4 at 12pm [Radio]

Brett Singer Live

I brought my show back on Friday May 21, and now the Brett Singer Live radio show is in its third week of brought backedness. Or something like that.

Listen to internet radio with Brett Singer on Blog Talk Radio

On the agenda: Gary Coleman, Rod Blagojevich, James Cameron and Kevin Costner – none of them will be my guests, but I’ll talk about them all. And remember the episode of Diff’rent Strokes where Arnold wanted to have a Bar Mitzvah, but Milton Berle told him how tough it was to be a Jew? No? I do.

Plus my musical tribute to the late great Gary Coleman. I feel bad for the guy. Seriously. Tune in to Brett Singer Live on Friday June 4 on BlogTalkRadio at 12pm EST to hear why.


May 20 2010

Brett Singer Live [Radio Show]

I’m bringing back my radio show. It used to be called Babble Talk Radio, but since I don’t work for Babble anymore, that name doesn’t really work now. For the moment I’m going with Brett Singer Live. Because it’s all about branding. Or something.

You can listen to the show right here on this page, or check out our page on BlogTalkRadio.

I’ve got a lot to say, so tune in on Friday May 21 at 12pm EST. If you can’t make it, you can listen to the archive via iTunes, or subscribe to the podcast feed.


Mar 31 2009

DadNews Daily – Obama, Solar Power, Asteroids

Money, that's what I want...

Money, that's what I want...

After forcing GM CEO Rick Wagoner out of the company, President Obama now says he will offer GM and Chrysler 60 days to present a better plan to save themselves, and if they do, they’ll get some more cabbage.  Mmm… cabbage…

I have mixed feelings about this whole thing. On the one hand, I don’t love the idea of the government being this involved in any company. On the other hand, they’re asking for help, and money. Lots of money. So it makes more sense then what has been done so far, which is “Here you go, Billy. Don’t spend it all in one place! And if you do, well… we’ll see. You little scamp!”

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