The Fred Minnick Show features spirits author, historian and curator Fred Minnick, who interviews musicians and pairs whiskeys to their palates. Through the journey, the artists open up to Minnick about life tribulations, what it's like on the road and their favorite foods. Really, it's just two people tasting and talking.
Actor Chantelle Albers Interview
Chantelle Albers is starring in the new Lionsgate movie TWO SINNERS AND A MULE opposite Cam Gigandet (TWILIGHT) and Hannah James (Starz's "Outlander"). Screenrant calls it “a Western thriller with a strong female twist,” and can now be seen in theaters across the country as well as on-demand on Prime Video, Apple TV, Spectrum, YouTube and more.
Chantelle and Fred talk about the Western culture and its rise in Hollywood, along with their favorite bourbon cocktails.
In TWO SINNERS AND A MULE directed by rodeo champ turned filmmaker Raliegh Wilson, free-spirited 'Alice' (Chantelle Albers) and 'Nora' (Hannah James) set out for Virginia City to pursue their dream of opening a restaurant after being kicked out of a small Western town for sinful behavior. Out on the prairie, they come across an injured bounty hunter named Elden (Cam Gigandet, Twilight). Hoping to share in the reward, they nurse Elden back to health and help him stalk his prey, Grimes (Cord Newman). But as Nora and Alice both develop feelings for Elden, no one notices that Grimes is now on their tail, and the hunters become the hunted.
Voting in The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame | Music Promotor Peter Shapiro
Relix Magazine Publisher and New York music promotor Peter Shapiro shares a special voicemail from the late great David Crosby of CSNY and discusses touring with the Grateful Dead, what's it like voting in The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and more over bourbon.
Peter Shapiro Bio
Peter Shapiro is a veteran concert promoter whose signature achievements over the past two decades have included Wetlands Preserve, Brooklyn Bowl, the Capitol Theatre, the Lockn' festival, U2 3D, the Jammy Awards, and Fare Thee Well, the 2015 concert event in which he reunited the "core four" members of the Grateful Dead alongside Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio for a record-breaking run of stadium shows. More recently, Shapiro founded Lockn', a music and camping festival that draws 30,000 music fans to Arrington, VA, as well as Jazz & Colors, an experiential event that he has produced in Central Park, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Chicago's Field Museum. Shapiro also created the Green Apple Festival (which took place simultaneously across eight cities) along with the Jammy Awards. He served as a producer on the We Are One inaugural concert and later returned to the National Mall to oversee Earth Day 40th anniversary celebration, the Women's March and the March for Science.
NFL Draft Preview: Ricky Stromberg, Center, University of Arkansas
Center Ricky Stromberg, 2023 NFL Draft - University of Arkansas, joins the show to talk about growing up in Tulsa, the University of Arkansas and what an NFL Team can expect from him.
NFL Draft Special: What's It Like Playing for Coach Prime | Aubrey Miller Jr.
Jackson State standout Aubrey Miller Jr., LB, joins the show to discuss barbecue, his style of play and what's Coach Prime like.
NFL Prospects Nick Herbig and Carrington Valentine | NFL Draft
NFL Prospects Nick Herbig, LB from University of Wisconsin, and Carrington Valentine , DB from University of Kentucky, join Fred to discuss their journey into the NFL. Plus, they weigh in on the top quarterbacks in the draft and discuss Cincinnati Chili. Is it really chili?
Today Show's Craig Melvin | Tasted: Michter's 10 Year Bourbon, Gold Foil Wild Turkey 12 Year and More
Craig and Fred catch up over drams and talk bourbon industry.