1 hr 6 min

S2 E133: Musician Kathy Valentine, No Smoking, “On Steroids” and more! The All New Dennis Miller Option

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Dennis is joined by musician Kathy Valentine of the Go-Go’s to discuss her book “All I Ever Wanted”, when she started playing guitar and how she took up the bass and who some of her favorite bassists are, how the Go-Go’s not only played their own instruments but wrote their own music and explores boy bands versus girl groups. She discusses an adolescence filled with drinking and doing drugs, how she didn't have to be that responsible while the Go-Go’s were out on the road, more recently playing Scrabble with her Daughter and trying to differentiate events happening by chance as opposed to being destined to happen.
Dennis also talks about getting books ahead of time for guests, getting to choose from a massive catalogue of CDs, playing Scrabble, how tired the phrase “ON STEROIDS” has become, the Monkees, Andrew Cuomo, how he’s never seen the country more split than it is now, how banning smoking in restaurants was the first step in government micro-managing our lives, acting notes, why Corey Feldman didn’t like acting with him and bad apartments.
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Dennis is joined by musician Kathy Valentine of the Go-Go’s to discuss her book “All I Ever Wanted”, when she started playing guitar and how she took up the bass and who some of her favorite bassists are, how the Go-Go’s not only played their own instruments but wrote their own music and explores boy bands versus girl groups. She discusses an adolescence filled with drinking and doing drugs, how she didn't have to be that responsible while the Go-Go’s were out on the road, more recently playing Scrabble with her Daughter and trying to differentiate events happening by chance as opposed to being destined to happen.
Dennis also talks about getting books ahead of time for guests, getting to choose from a massive catalogue of CDs, playing Scrabble, how tired the phrase “ON STEROIDS” has become, the Monkees, Andrew Cuomo, how he’s never seen the country more split than it is now, how banning smoking in restaurants was the first step in government micro-managing our lives, acting notes, why Corey Feldman didn’t like acting with him and bad apartments.
This episode is brought to you by our sponsor:
Blinkist

1 hr 6 min

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