18 episodes

Music icon Paul Anka and business visionary Skip Bronson are dear friends, and together they boast two of the greatest Rolodexes in Hollywood. Now they're inviting their famous friends to sit down for intimate chats about their lives and work. You'll get to know icons of film, music, television, sports and technology in a whole new way.

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Music icon Paul Anka and business visionary Skip Bronson are dear friends, and together they boast two of the greatest Rolodexes in Hollywood. Now they're inviting their famous friends to sit down for intimate chats about their lives and work. You'll get to know icons of film, music, television, sports and technology in a whole new way.

    Carlos Slim: The Billionaire Who Held the Title of World's Richest Man

    Carlos Slim: The Billionaire Who Held the Title of World's Richest Man

    Paul and Skip sit down for a master class in world economics courtesy of Carlos Slim, the business titan named by Forbes as the richest man in the world from 2010 to 2013. Slim opens up about the tremendous responsibility that accompanies his wealth, his outlook for the global financial forecast, and how the rise of artificial intelligence presents an opportunity to re-think the traditional work week. 
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    • 59 min
    Catching Up With Paul Anka and Skip Bronson

    Catching Up With Paul Anka and Skip Bronson

    The 'Our Way' producers turn the tables on Paul and Skip and interview the hosts about their legendary careers. Skip looks back on his early life before becoming a hugely successful real estate developer and business visionary, and reflects on all the pranks he and Paul have pulled on one another. Paul recalls the unrequited high school crush that inspired “Diana,” the 1957 hit that transformed him from a small-town Canadian teen to an international pop star, the time he did battle with the US Customs office, and his relationship with Johnny Carson — including the night that the talk show legend fall afoul of the Mob…with disastrous results! 
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    • 57 min
    Lunch with Frankie Avalon (Part Two)

    Lunch with Frankie Avalon (Part Two)

    During the dessert course of their lunch together, Frankie and Paul reflect on life lessons from Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr. and Dean Martin. They pair look back on their experiences as some of the first Western pop musicians to perform behind the Iron Curtain in the early ‘60s, and Frankie explains why he almost passed on his iconic role in Grease. 
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    • 42 min
    Lunch with Frankie Avalon (Part One)

    Lunch with Frankie Avalon (Part One)

    With Skip out of town on business, Paul has lunch chat with another dear friend: Frankie Avalon! Their pair reflect on 60 years of rock 'n' roll history, swapping stories from the road with Chuck Berry, Bobby Darin and James Brown, and what it was like coming up as teen idols in the 1950s. Frankie also recalls his nights hanging out at Elvis' house — and the time his future-wife turned down a date with the King of Rock! 
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    • 46 min
    Alec Baldwin

    Alec Baldwin

    Alec Baldwin joins Paul and Skip to discuss his storied acting career, spanning 'The Hunt for Red October' to his record-breaking stint on 'SNL,' '30 Rock' and beyond. He offers the guys an impromptu lesson on method acting, explains why he was reluctant to do his iconic monologue in ‘Glengarry Glen Ross’ and how his instant-classic Trump impression impacted his view on the ex-President. Baldwin also reflects on the time he called Paul McCartney an “A-hole” in a yoga class, how he wound up as the first guest on ‘Inside the Actors Studio,’ and his 39 years of hard-won sobriety. 
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    • 1 hr 2 min
    John McEnroe

    John McEnroe

    The tennis icon weighs in on the Pickleball craze (spoiler: he is not a fan), recalls the time David Bowie shaded his guitar skills (even after lessons from Eddie Van Halen!) and reflects on his long journey from sports bad boy to good family man — thanks to some help from his wife, rock star Patty Smyth. But don’t worry, Mac still has some of his famous fire! Though he’d be fine never hearing his infamous “You cannot be serious” catchphrase ever again, he explains how his anger made him a better player — until it didn’t. 
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    • 1 hr 6 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
83 Ratings

83 Ratings

Jaguar380 ,

Heartwarming podcast

Hearing life experiences of the stars of 50s 60s music. Relaxing. I love listening to the challenges of music heros at the start of this widespread diverse music phenomenon.

Rosmry1023 ,

Fantastic

I have enjoyed this podcast. The interview style is refreshing and poignant.

ScratchDrinker ,

Great stories and laughs with some great characters

I absolutely love the style of the podcast. Mr. Anka and Mr. Bronson, despite their own successes, are quite curious about the guests they have on their show. Provides for some great stories and an easy conversational format. Thank you!

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