Raising Nashville Podcast
Return To Beast House - Raising Nashville Podcast - Episode 73

Return To Beast House - Raising Nashville Podcast - Episode 73

October 12, 2020

If there's one thing we learned this week that a pandemic can't take away it's haunted houses. They've already been wearing masks for years right? Now it's your turn to wear one, head on down to last year's Raising Nashville favorite Beast House and maybe pee a little. Do they still grab you during Covid? A little. Do they still have the disgusting money back challenge? Yes. Is that guy with the snow shovel still attempting to scare people in the parking lot? Absolutely. This week we grabbed a former director of a haunted house and someone who's only experience with haunts was southern Baptist rapture houses in the 90's to come with us. So pay the extra 8 bucks to skip the line and check out this weeks episode - Return To Beast House (Was this a good idea?). We promise not to make you pee. 

 

 

This weeks episode is sponsored by Two Tours CBD.  Head on over to:

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The Thing - Horror Movie Throwback -Raising Nashville Podcast - Episode 72

The Thing - Horror Movie Throwback -Raising Nashville Podcast - Episode 72

October 5, 2020

October is FINALLY here and what a start.  The White House has Covid, the Tennessee Titans have Covid,  and we found local celebrity the Nashville Yeti doing some questionable things to the buffalo on Dickerson Pike.  So we decided to pick him up, get him a delicious meal from Coneheads, and make him watch the horror classic "The Thing" with us.  Join us as we revisit this Kurt Russel/John Carpenter/Ennio Morricone classic, and get to the bottom of who James and Dave Franco's fathers truly are.

 

 

This weeks episode is sponsored by Two Tours CBD.  Head on over to:

https://twotours.com/raisingnashville/

for 10% off your order of CBD tinctures, sugars, and salves. 

 

 

Rock The Vote 2020 - Raising Nashville Podcast - Episode 71

Rock The Vote 2020 - Raising Nashville Podcast - Episode 71

September 28, 2020

You know what I'm sure everyone wants to hear right now?  Two middle class white dudes talk about the importance of this election. Because lets be painfully honest, we probably have the least to personally lose from the outcome of this election.  So this week Bucky and Juicebox decided to take a back seat and let their better halves talk about this years election and the importance of it.   Dana and Stephanie give us a breakdown of their voting history (no judgement, we all start somewhere), let us know where to register if you haven't already, and talk about the importance of younger people working the polls, especially in a year where a pandemic is having its way with our country.    Enjoy taking a break from the dads this week and learn something in the process.

 

GoVoteTN App Download

 

Voter Registration Page

What Happens at Grandma’s Stays at Grandma’s - Raising Nashville Podcast - Episode 70

What Happens at Grandma’s Stays at Grandma’s - Raising Nashville Podcast - Episode 70

September 21, 2020
"What happens at grandma's stays at grandma's"....or does it? This week the dads dissect the roles of grandparents in our children's lives. From Flowers in the Attic, to a day all to themselves, the idea of grandparents has evolved in recent years. They're younger, hipper and armed with better candy and ready to fight for the affection of your children. What happens when you get all the love with little responsibility? Find out this week on Raising Nashville Podcast. Can I have another ice cream sandwich? Of course you can, just don't tell your mom and dad.
 
 
 
 
 
From Sold Out Shows To Shops And Condos - Raising Nashville Podcast - Episode 69

From Sold Out Shows To Shops And Condos - Raising Nashville Podcast - Episode 69

September 14, 2020

All good things must come to an end. On part 2 of our Starwood Amphitheatre series we dive even deeper into a not-long-forgotten tradition for Nashville music lovers.  From the girl who lived next door, to the band that last rocked the amphitheatre, you won't want to miss our interviews this week. We also read some crazy stories from past experiences and give you tips on sneaking in. Finally, what should be done with that sacred ground of Rock? Join us as we pay our dues to 20 years of live music in Nashville. 

All Or Nothing - (The August Christopher Story)

Starwood Amphitheatre Memories Facebook Group

From The Monkees to Motley Crue - Raising Nashville Podcast - Episode 68

From The Monkees to Motley Crue - Raising Nashville Podcast - Episode 68

September 7, 2020

Over the next two weeks we will be covering a time in Nashville when you took a short drive down I-24 to see the biggest bands in the world play under the stars with 18,000 screaming fans.  While its name changed a few times over the 20 year run, to Nashvillians it will always be known as Starwood Amphitheatre.  In the first part of this two-part series we are going to explore when Starwood was built, some of the first bands that played there, stories from past performances, and interview a production employee who worked at the amphitheater for 10 years.  From Wu-Tang's kids to Ozzy's bowel movements and burning pizza boxes on the lawn, the tales that can be told from inside those gates are endless and too much to fit in one episode.  Also this week we cover the Starwood Amphitheater Memories Facebook page, a safe haven for people old and young to compile pictures, videos, memories, and everything in between.  From The Monkees to Motley Crue: a look back at Starwood Amphitheatre,  is OUT NOW!  

What’s For Lunch? - Coneheads  - Raising Nashville Podcast - Episode 67

What’s For Lunch? - Coneheads - Raising Nashville Podcast - Episode 67

September 1, 2020

Sure, Nashville is known for it's country music scene, bachelorette parties, Honky-Tonks, and low property taxes (ha!).  But this great city is also becoming a hot spot for new and creative restaurants.  On this weeks episode we're debuting the first episode in our "What's for Lunch" series, where we pick a locally owned restaurant and talk to the owner about how they started and what sets them apart.  This week we were lucky enough for owner of Coneheads, Marcus Buggs, to take some time out of his busy schedule to tell us about his unique take on Chicken and Waffles.  If you're not hungry now, you will be after this episode.  So check out Coneheads in person at 1315 Dickerson Pike or order online at

https://www.coneheadscw.com/eat

 

Chicken & Waffles Outro Song

What IPA Do You Have On  Draft? - Raising Nashville Podcast - Episode 66

What IPA Do You Have On Draft? - Raising Nashville Podcast - Episode 66

August 24, 2020

"Hey, what kind of IPA's do you have" This week we get to do something that is extremely close to our hearts as parents and spirits lovers.  Sample BEER!   We are going to highlight our 5 favorite breweries in Nashville, give you the background on each and even rank their beers towards the end of the show.  In order to do this we had to bring on a special guest and superior (to men) beer palate specialist, Dana.  Will we make it through the episode?  There's only one way to find out.  Cheers! 

YEEEAAA! These Pants Are On Fire! - Raising Nashville Podcast - Episode 65

YEEEAAA! These Pants Are On Fire! - Raising Nashville Podcast - Episode 65

August 17, 2020

On this weeks episode of Raising Nashville podcast we examine the age old pastime of lying. Before we can understand why our children lie we must examine why we do; and we ALL do. We also provide tips on what to do as a parent when you catch your children lying. You also might catch a story of an infamous freshman year homecoming party that Bucky attended (hint: there's a big lie involved). So channel your inner George Washington and tune in to this weeks episode for all this and so.much more. Jim Carey would be proud. 

What Phase Is It!?! - Raising Nashville Podcast - Episode 64

What Phase Is It!?! - Raising Nashville Podcast - Episode 64

August 10, 2020

What phase is it?!?!? With the ever evolving state of Nashville we found it our civic duty to bring our listenership a few updates on Music City, USA.  Did MNPS rise to the occasion during our all new virtual learning environment or were kids caught using cuss words in the chat?  What happened to the New Orleans style trend of taking drinks to-go?  Was the 34% property tax increase warranted?  Did a Tennessee politician really spend less than 25 thousand dollars and still come away with the win?  No...we're not talking about you Manny Sethi!  Tune in to this week's episode to hear our take on Nashville's current state of revelations. 

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