Megan Holiday is a Los Angeles radio personality who was given a second chance at life. She loves getting below the surface and finding out how the people she admires got to where they are today. This show is for the dreamers who hustle hard and manifest what they want. Plus she gets to finally use those 7 words ya can't use on radio!
#54-Bradley Simpson & James McVey (The Vamps)
It's been a long 5 months but Megan is back in action with a brand new interview featuring Bradley Simpson and James McVey of The Vamps. They talk the current climate in the UK, finding the positives of quarantine, how The Vamps formed (coming up on 10 years as a band), learning life lessons on the road at a young age, mental health, relationships and so much more.
#53-Matt Thomson (The Amazons)
Recorded just before the quarantine took full effect Megan sat down with Matt Thomson, singer of the UK band The Amazons. They talk the inception of the band, the Alt music scene in UK vs USA, shooting guns, seeing an Amish person for the first time and how dissatisfaction always creates the best art. Hope this episode will help take your mind off of this global crisis. Sending you all so much love.
#52-Kat Corbett (KROQ, Sirius XM, Writer)
Kat Corbett grew up outside of Boston in an Irish Italian household feeling like a 'double kid.' Kat tells her story of how she landed at KROQ from her first gig learning how to edit sermons at a religious station to an internship at 101.7 WFNX in Lynn, Mass. Kat is also the curator and host of KROQ Locals Only, which has launched the careers of many successful artists today. Megan and Kat talk the importance of integrity, women supporting women, screenplay writing plus so much more.
#51-Jason Freese (Studio/Touring Musician)
Jason Freese grew up in Placentia, California around a very musical family. Jason played saxophone in jazz band and then took up learning piano and music theory. As a professional studio musician Jason has played for the likes of Dr. Dre, Joe Walsh, Jewel, Goo Goo Dolls, The Interrupters and Green Day. Megan and Jason talk the importance of seizing opportunity, building relationships, recovery and so much more.
#50-Emile Hirsch (Actor, Musician)
For this very special 50th episode Megan talks to one of her favorite actors, the one and only Emile Hirsch. You know him from Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, Into The Wild, Lords Of Dogtown and so many films. As of late Emile has been working on music. He released an album 'Mnemonic' under the moniker Hirsch which is one of Megan's favorites of 2019. Megan and Emile talk freestyling at Hamilton High, how he started in acting, Quentin Tarantino, making music and more.
#49-Mark McGrath (Sugar Ray)
In her youth Megan had a massive Mark McGrath poster in her room so getting to chat with him was a dream come true. As of late Mark went viral for the break up Cameo video, which we now know was a joke. Megan and Mark talk Cameo, the intensity of going viral, the world wide success of Sugar Ray, how 'Fly' became one of the biggest hits thanks to producer David Kahne, playing in supergroup Royal Machines and so much more.
Megan Holiday is amazing
Megan is simply amazing she is humble, kind, honest, eclectic, exciting, funny, and full of positivity. You can hear it in every interview she conducts. She lets you into her life and experience and has great conversations with everyone from bands to mentors to friends. This has something for everyone. Check it out you won’t be sorry. Megan is a genuine person that has great conversations with great people.
Megan is rad
This podcast is the best podcast since sliced bread.
Love this podcast
If you like Music and a great interviewer this is your podcast. Megan has an amazing voice and is so easy to listen to. I love how real she is and open she is about her struggles. So many amazing guest and I always look forward to new episodes.