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A variety show from the mind of Brandon Peters covering Film, Television, Music, Interviews and more.

The Brandon Peters Show Brandon Peters

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A variety show from the mind of Brandon Peters covering Film, Television, Music, Interviews and more.

    Summer of 2004 at 20: “Burn” by Usher with Johna Bottorff

    Summer of 2004 at 20: “Burn” by Usher with Johna Bottorff

    The Summer of 2004 at 20 Music Video Companion series will post every Friday, featuring a discussion of a music video from a song featured in the Casey Kasem weekly top 440.







    Since Usher dominated the charts through this summer, he gets more than one contribution to the music video series. “Burn” was another giant ballad from him. And to discuss it, I’ve invited my nemesis from Kinda Nerdy Girls & KJ Today onto the show – Johna! We talk about the book she recently released and her love from Usher Raymond 2000s and dive deeper into his domination.







    Thank you for listening to The Summer of 2004 at 20 series! We return Monday with an all new installment!







    Please consider becoming a patron by going to http://patreon.com/brandonpetersshow



















    The Brandon Peters Show will return Monday with an all new installment of The Summer of 2004 at 20 with Scott Mendelson & Aaron Neuwirth.







    TECHNICAL INFORMATION







    Vocals







    Brandon – Shure SM58-LC







    Johna – Laptop Mic (Recorded with Zoom)







    Post Production







    NCH Wavepad Masters Edition v8.38







    NCH MixPad Masters v5.22







    The Levelator 2







    RUNTIME: 30 minutes

    The Summer of 2004 at 20 with Scott Mendelson & Aaron Neuwirth: July 9-11, 2004

    The Summer of 2004 at 20 with Scott Mendelson & Aaron Neuwirth: July 9-11, 2004

    The Summer of 2004 at 20 is a weekly retrospective journey through American pop culture during May, June, July and August of 1993. Brandon Peters, The Wrap’s Scott Mendelson and We Live Entertainment/Out Now with Aaron and Abe’s Aaron Neuwirth take a weekend by weekend look at the films released during the summer as well as the news stories, television and music that rounded out the public’s lives as they lined the pockets of the box office to see these movies.







    July 9-11, 2004: After that giant week we had, we have another rather stacked one. Metallica lets us peer into their lives with Some Kind Of Monster, Scout Taylor Compton invites you to a Sleepover, King Arthur lets you join his round table and Ron Burgundy asks you to join the news team in Anchorman. So…Steve Carrell and Willem Dafoe…both in 2 movies in the same episode. Listeners…has this happened before this year? I can’t remember!







    We’ll also be discussing the box office report, notable news stories, the top 10 Nielsen rated tv programs for the week and the top 10 of Ryan Seacrest’s weekly American top 40 from the week these films were released.







    Please consider becoming a patron by going to http://patreon.com/brandonpetersshow







    Follow the Facebook page or @brandon4kuhd on Twitter and Instagram. Scott Mendelson is on Twitter @scottmendelson. Find his work at Puck News and The Outside Scoop







    Aaron Neuwirth is on Twitter @aaronsps4. Find his work on weliveentertainment.com and on Out Now with Aaron & Abe (wherever podcasts are found).







    More information and content available at thebrandonpetersshow.com. “The Summer of 2004 at 20” and “News” themes featured in the episode are by Pres Maxson (@presmaxson).







    -Brandon







    The Brandon Peters Show will return Friday (7/12) with Johna Bottorff and the Usher music video for “Burn”







    TECHNICAL INFORMATION







    Vocals







    Brandon – Shure SM58-LC







    Scott – Unknown Microphone (Recorded with Zoom)







    Aaron – Blue Yeti (Recorded with Zoom)







    Post Production







    NCH Wavepad Masters Edition v8.38







    NCH MixPad Masters v5.22







    The Levelator 2







    RUNTIME: 129 minutes

    Summer of 2004 at 20: “Vindicated” Dashboard Confessional with Troy Brownfield

    Summer of 2004 at 20: “Vindicated” Dashboard Confessional with Troy Brownfield

    The Summer of 2004 at 20 Music Video Companion series will post every Friday, featuring a discussion of a music video from a song featured in the Casey Kasem weekly top 440.Troy Brownfield makes this a hat trick of summers as he joins us for Dashboard Confessional’s “Vindicated”. The song comes to us from the soundtrack to this week’s Spider-Man 2 and also plays over the end credits. Troy and I talk Spider-Man, comic book movies, emo punk and Dashboard Confessional’s career.







    Thank you for listening to The Summer of 2004 at 20 series! We return Monday with an all new installment!







    Please consider becoming a patron by going to http://patreon.com/brandonpetersshow



















    The Brandon Peters Show will return Monday with an all new installment of The Summer of 2004 at 20 with Scott Mendelson & Aaron Neuwirth.







    TECHNICAL INFORMATION







    VocalsBrandon – Shure SM58-LCTroy – Laptop Mic (Recorded with Zoom)







    Post ProductionNCH Wavepad Masters Edition v8.38NCH MixPad Masters v5.22







    The Levelator 2







    RUNTIME: 38 minutes

    The Summer of 2004 at 20 with Scott Mendelson & Aaron Neuwirth: July 2-4, 2004

    The Summer of 2004 at 20 with Scott Mendelson & Aaron Neuwirth: July 2-4, 2004

    The Summer of 2004 at 20 is a weekly retrospective journey through American pop culture during May, June, July and August of 1993. Brandon Peters, The Wrap’s Scott Mendelson and We Live Entertainment/Out Now with Aaron and Abe’s Aaron Neuwirth take a weekend by weekend look at the films released during the summer as well as the news stories, television and music that rounded out the public’s lives as they lined the pockets of the box office to see these movies.







    July 2-4, 2004: For one of the biggest movies we deliver one of the biggest episodes! 5 big movies that are full of sequels, stars, Oscar hopes and more! Spider-Man 2 isn’t the sole sequel here, Before Sunset delivers a part 2 as well. Willem Dafoe does double duty as he may only cameo as a nemesis in Spider-Man 2, but he’s a full time one for Robert Redford in The Clearing. There’s also an “America F*** Yeah!” kinda documentary from Disney. And Kevin Kline tries for De-Oscar in De-Lovely!







    We’ll also be discussing the box office report, notable news stories, the top 10 Nielsen rated tv programs for the week and the top 10 of Ryan Seacrest’s weekly American top 40 from the week these films were released.







    Please consider becoming a patron by going to http://patreon.com/brandonpetersshow







    Follow the Facebook page or @brandon4kuhd on Twitter and Instagram. Scott Mendelson is on Twitter @scottmendelson. Find his work at Puck News and The Outside Scoop







    Aaron Neuwirth is on Twitter @aaronsps4. Find his work on weliveentertainment.com and on Out Now with Aaron & Abe (wherever podcasts are found).







    More information and content available at thebrandonpetersshow.com. “The Summer of 2004 at 20” and “News” themes featured in the episode are by Pres Maxson (@presmaxson).







    -Brandon







    The Brandon Peters Show will return Friday (7/5) with Troy Brownfield and the Dashboard Confessional music video for “Vindicated”







    TECHNICAL INFORMATION







    Vocals







    Brandon – Shure SM58-LC







    Scott – Unknown Microphone (Recorded with Zoom)







    Aaron – Blue Yeti (Recorded with Zoom)







    Post Production







    NCH Wavepad Masters Edition v8.38







    NCH MixPad Masters v5.22







    The Levelator 2







    RUNTIME: 135 minutes

    Summer of 2004 at 20: “This Love” by Maroon 5 with Jennifer Wreyford

    Summer of 2004 at 20: “This Love” by Maroon 5 with Jennifer Wreyford

    The Summer of 2004 at 20 Music Video Companion series will post every Friday, featuring a discussion of a music video from a song featured in the Casey Kasem weekly top 440.







    Maroon 5 was just bursting onto the scene in 2004. “Harder to Breathe” was their breakout single, but “This Love” kept the train chugging along. Jennifer Wreyford is back as we chat all things Maroon 5 and lead singer Adam Levine. 







    Thank you for listening to The Summer of 2004 at 20 series! We return Monday with an all new installment!







    Please consider becoming a patron by going to http://patreon.com/brandonpetersshow



















    The Brandon Peters Show will return Monday with an all new installment of The Summer of 2004 at 20 with Scott Mendelson & Aaron Neuwirth.







    TECHNICAL INFORMATION







    Vocals







    Brandon – Shure SM58-LC







    Jennifer – Laptop Mic (Recorded with Zoom, remastered with Adobe)







    Post Production







    NCH Wavepad Masters Edition v8.38







    NCH MixPad Masters v5.22







    The Levelator 2







    RUNTIME: 15 minutes

    The Summer of 2004 at 20 with Scott Mendelson & Aaron Neuwirth: June 25-27, 2004

    The Summer of 2004 at 20 with Scott Mendelson & Aaron Neuwirth: June 25-27, 2004

    The Summer of 2004 at 20 is a weekly retrospective journey through American pop culture during May, June, July and August of 1993. Brandon Peters, The Wrap’s Scott Mendelson and We Live Entertainment/Out Now with Aaron and Abe’s Aaron Neuwirth take a weekend by weekend look at the films released during the summer as well as the news stories, television and music that rounded out the public’s lives as they lined the pockets of the box office to see these movies.







    June 25-28, 2004: A week of 4 new wide releases sees the forgotten Two Brothers, hall of famer romantic film The Notebook, one of the biggest documentaries of all time in Farenheit 9/11 and…oh yeah…another notorious all-timer – WHITE CHICKS!







    We’ll also be discussing the box office report, notable news stories, the top 10 Nielsen rated tv programs for the week and the top 10 of Ryan Seacrest’s weekly American top 40 from the week these films were released.







    Please consider becoming a patron by going to http://patreon.com/brandonpetersshow







    Follow the Facebook page or @brandon4kuhd on Twitter and Instagram. Scott Mendelson is on Twitter @scottmendelson. Find his work at Puck News and The Outside Scoop







    Aaron Neuwirth is on Twitter @aaronsps4. Find his work on weliveentertainment.com and on Out Now with Aaron & Abe (wherever podcasts are found).







    More information and content available at thebrandonpetersshow.com. “The Summer of 2004 at 20” and “News” themes featured in the episode are by Pres Maxson (@presmaxson).







    -Brandon







    The Brandon Peters Show will return Friday (6/28) with Jennifer Wreyford and the Maroon 5 music video for “This Love”







    TECHNICAL INFORMATION







    Vocals







    Brandon – Shure SM58-LC







    Scott – Unknown Microphone (Recorded with Zoom)







    Aaron – Blue Yeti (Recorded with Zoom)







    Post Production







    NCH Wavepad Masters Edition v8.38







    NCH MixPad Masters v5.22







    The Levelator 2







    RUNTIME: 118 minutes

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

pajamo ,

Charming, smart, informative, and funny

Brandon has been writing reviews at WhySoBlu.com for years now and he’s a frequent guest on the terrific Out Now with Aaron

PodcastListenerGretch ,

Need something fun to do in 2020?

Listen to Brandon. He will guide you. He has a voice for podcasts and a face for podcast logos. Great production quality. Dope theme song. Highly knowledgeable about, well, lots of things - including movies. Good vibes all around.

StochasticLife ,

Excellent

Brandon brings his personal ‘back office’ experiences to the forefront to give us a refreshing and unique perspective to the film and cinema space. Excellent production values and flow. An amazing opening sequence completes the package. Highly recommended.

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