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Episode 86/69: Catfish in the Cradle

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In this Episode: 

Chemda and Keith, co-hosts of the Keith and The Girl podcast, were guests on this show years ago. A lot has changed. Chemda “spills the tea” about her recent divorce and why the relationship of 9 years ended, then Keith talks about a story UNFOLDING AS WE SPEAK about his dad, who recently emailed his ex wife. With her permission, Keith is now responding via email as his ex and is learning, well, a lot about his father.

Plus, The Bartender is a guest on one of their spin-off shows, My Opening Line, this week!

About The Guests:

Keith and Chemda are hosts of the Keith and The Girl podcast, recorded live daily, now in its 15th year. They’re kind of a big deal. Their podcast network also has many other amazing shows, and the two of them are the best.

Here they are looking hot af:

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Photo by the great Mindy Tucker

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Music Credits:

“Setting Sun” by Chris Powers

“Summer of 69” by Bryan Adams

“Bottled in Cork” by Ted Leo & The Pharmacists

 

Episode 75: The Story of Chemda

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BONUS HOLIDAY SHOW!!! 

This very special episode doubles as a birthday present for a dear friend of The Bartender. Chemda Hennessy just celebrated a huge birthday, so Katharine put together stories and birthday messages from some of her many friends, co-workers and admirers. HAPPY BIRTHDAY CHEMDA!

Special thanks to Chemda’s husband Henny who helped pick out all of the fantastic music featured in the show.

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 About the Birthday Girl:

Chemda Hennessy is a singer, performer, podcaster, life coach and all-around-phenomenal person who has inspired thousands all over the world. Here she is hard at work making co-hosting magic at the Keith and The Girl studio:

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Chemda and her brother Michael:
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Music Credits:

“Setting Sun” by Chris Powers

“Where You Lead” by Carole King

“Africa” by Toto

“Time After Time” by Cyndi Lauper

“By Your Side” by Sade

“Take On Me” by Aha, remixed by The Polish Ambassador

“That I Would Be Good” by Alanis Morissette

“Bottled in Cork” by Ted Leo & The Pharmacists

Episode 47: LIVE with Myka Fox and Keisha Zollar!

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In this Episode:

The Bartender is joined by Myka Fox and Keisha Zollar for another wonderful live show. PLUS listener shout outs, and we play Craigslist Ad or Casting Notice! Recorded at UCB East, NY, NY as part of the New York Comedy Festival. Like the show? Tip The Bartender! Or give it 5 stars!

Myka Fox is a comedian, writer, storyteller, podcaster, and one of my favorite people on Twitter.

Keisha Zollar is an actor, comedian, and an all around awesome person. She is working on a documentary called “An Uncomfortable Conversation About Race” and will be hosting a panel discussion on December 6th! Follow her on Twitter as well.

Pics from the show!

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Music Credits:

“Setting Sun” by Chris Powers

“Bottled in Cork” by Ted Leo & The Pharmacists