Being a rockstar is a lot of hard work but it’s got nothing on being a dad; just ask Jaret Reddick + Gary Wiseman. You might know them from Bowling For Soup but behind the pop punk singalongs, they’re just two guys trying to get through bullies, vasectomies, and everything else that comes with being “Dad”.
Every week Jaret + Gary will invite other rockstar dads on air to talk about the highs and lows of parenting between band practice. Whether you’re a dad, you have a dad, or you just like dad jokes, The Rockstar Dad Podcast is about to make Monday so much better.
Clinton Sparks (Entrepreneur, DJ, Author)
The Rockstar Dad Show is back for another hour of entertainment—and this time they're bringing guest Clinton Sparks along for the whole ride.
Clinton is truly a man who wears many hats, as an entrepreneur, DJ, author, and... well, the list goes on. He's lived a big life with ups and downs along the way, and he chats with Jaret and Gary about everything from his UPS job to making a start in the music industry.
On top of sharing some information about his upcoming EP Ninety3 and his book How To Win Big In The Music Industry, Clinton talks "dad resumes", keeping your kids safe in a digital age, and more. You won't want to miss this conversation, listen in now!
Jon Snodgrass (Armchair Martian, Drag The River)
The Rockstar Dad Show is back with a new episode and they have plenty to chat about, so grab and snack and get comfy—it's time to tune in.
Comebacks are on the agenda this week, with QR codes and cursive handwriting making their way into 2020. Plus, Jaret and Gary dive into conversation about Happy Meals, Showtime's Shameless, and more.
Later they welcome seasoned musician Jon Snodgrass to the show. Between talking the Descendants, Jon's upcoming album Tace, and writing jingles, the group chats family, siblings, and all the things that come with being "dad".
Ted and Rob Felicetti
On this week’s episode of The Rockstar Dad Show, the guys have a lot to be excited about. Not only is it the first football Sunday of the year, they’re also recording a new Bowling For Soup album in the Poconos.
Listen in as they share what they’ve been up to since they left for the studio, talk about how their kids handle losing, and buy some Robux. Later, they’ll bring brothers Ted and Rob Felicetti to the air.
Ted might not technically be a dad, but he does have a cat and we’re calling that close enough. Jaret and Gary reminisce on old memories with him and talk about getting his band, Don’t Panic, back together after ten years.
Rob plays bass for Bowling For Soup and set up their destination recording (with a couple lies about the air conditioning situation.) Hit play below to hear their chat!
Jack Forman – President of BiCoastal Productions
Dude, we're getting the band back together!
It's been a long time since the Bowling For Soup guys have been together IRL so they're making up for it by hitting the studio. Listen in this week as Jaret and Gary chat about their plans for new music and prepare to leave home during quarantine.
Speaking of quarantine, we've been "grounded" for awhile now... and not much has changed. The guys talk about how fast the time has gone before welcoming this week's guest to the air.
Jack Forman is the president of talent agency BiCoastal Productions and he calls in during nap time to chat about all the loops COVID-19 has thrown in our way—and the family time it's brought with it too.
The Inevitables (Vinnie Fiorello & Obi Fernandez)
It's a new world we're living in... but at least sports are back. This week, tune in as Jaret and Gary chat fantasy leagues, coaches, and foiled tailgating plans.
Of course if you're not headed to the field, you're probably still partaking in less-than-active activities. The guys cover those too, from comic books to Minecraft dragons, before welcoming this week's guests.
The super-duper ska group The Inevitables calls in to talk about their new music and the fantastical story that goes with it. Made up of Vinnie Fiorello & Obi Fernandez, the bandmates and dads share how they maintain a work balance and "break the cycle" with their own families.
Clint Lowery of Sevendust
What burger is the best burger? This is the topic on Jaret and Gary's minds during the latest episode of The Rockstar Dad Show. They touch on the In N' Out vs. Whataburger debate before diving COVID talk.
Schools are reopening and kids are going back - see what the dads have to say about preparation and precaution. Later in the show they welcome Clint Lowery, guitarist for legendary rock band Sevendust.
Before Clint can share his dad resume, he has a few things to set straight about stolen dressing rooms. Listen in as they chat about touring smarter, band life, and John Mulaney.
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I love this podcast, I just came to listen to Marco Molina!
As a fellow dad who considers himself a rockstar this show is perfect for me! The guys are great and the show is very fun!
The best dads!
I’m jumping head first into parenting by helping my fiancé raise his little girl. Being a huge Bowling For Soup fan, I don’t know who else I’d rather take parenting advice from! My soon to be step daughter is the same age as Jaret’s son and there’s so many parallels, it makes me laugh every episode! Love this show and look forward to it every week.