Hosted by San Diego broadcast veteran Chris Cantore (91X / KPRi / FM949,) CANTORE + YEW! is a one-on-one interview, or deep conversation, with guests ranging from broadcasters to comedians to musicians to entrepreneurs.
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The Cantore Show: Peter DiStefano (Porno For Pyros)
Guitarist and songwriter Peter DiStefano -- best known for his work in Porno for Pyros (the Jane's Addiction offshoot featuring Perry Farrell and drummer Stephen Perkins) -- joins The Cantore Show to discuss his career, sobriety, and (benefit) solo show at The Casbah on December 15th.
The Cantore Show: Cheech&Chong
Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong, better known as comedy duo Cheech & Chong, have the rare status of being culturally relevant for FIFTY years.
The Cantore Show talks to the legends about their early years, cannabis products, new comic book, and plans to be the richest comedians in the world.
Presented by: March and Ash, Baja Bound.
The Cantore Show: Taylor Steele
Taylor Steele, an award-winning filmmaker, creative visionary and entrepreneur, joins Cantore to talk about the Solento Surf Festival (and Solento Tequila.)
The Cantore Show: Ron W Rathbun
The Cantore Show talks to Ron W Rathbun, founder of 501(c)(3) Kelee Foundation and author of ten books educating about the mind, the Kelee, and Kelee Meditation.
The Cantore Show: Pato Banton
Reggae legend Pato Banton joins Cantore to discuss his prolific career. Dating back to the 70s in Birmingham, England, Banton first came to public attention when he worked with The Beat. In 1994, he achieved a number 1 on the UK Singles Chart with a cover of The Equals' Baby Come Back. Today, the Grammy-nominated artist tours the world spreading love.
The Cantore Show: Brett Newski
Songwriter and touring musician Brett Newski (who has played alongside the Pixies, Violent Femmes, Courtney Barnett, Manchester Orchestra, Better Than Ezra and more) joins Cantore to discuss his first illustrated book, It’s Hard to be a Person: Defeating Anxiety, Surviving the World, and Having More Fun,
Chris, your heart and soul is in everything you do, thanks for sharing it with the community and always bringing us great content.
Engaging content with great guests
Chris is a natural at making an interview with someone sound like he’s their best friend. Authentic, real talk, with no filter. Entertaining from start to finish.
Just listened to Ken Kramer and David Wells interviews. Awesome to hear how much influence San Diego really has people. Big fan of Cantore since the 91X days since the 1990s. Great podcast.