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Welcome to ”The Good Grief Good God Show,” hosted by Brad Warren, a Grammy nominee and Emmy award-winning hit songwriter known for 15 top #10 songs, including 9 #1s. Brad, drawing from his own heartbreaking experience of losing his eldest son, Sage, to an accidental fentanyl overdose in May 2020, brings a powerful perspective shaped by experiencing every parent’s worst nightmare and 18 years of sobriety, creating a fabric of authenticity and vulnerability. The show, available in audio and video, serves as a platform for ”Raw, Honest Conversation about Surviving Things that Suck,” featuring a diverse range of special guests, from Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Sheryl Crow to Hall of Fame Songwriters and Olympic Gold Medalists. Together, they share narratives of hope, resilience, and addiction recovery. To learn more visit GoodGriefGoodGodShow.com. To learn more about Brad and the show visit GoodGriefGoodGodShow.com.

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Welcome to ”The Good Grief Good God Show,” hosted by Brad Warren, a Grammy nominee and Emmy award-winning hit songwriter known for 15 top #10 songs, including 9 #1s. Brad, drawing from his own heartbreaking experience of losing his eldest son, Sage, to an accidental fentanyl overdose in May 2020, brings a powerful perspective shaped by experiencing every parent’s worst nightmare and 18 years of sobriety, creating a fabric of authenticity and vulnerability. The show, available in audio and video, serves as a platform for ”Raw, Honest Conversation about Surviving Things that Suck,” featuring a diverse range of special guests, from Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Sheryl Crow to Hall of Fame Songwriters and Olympic Gold Medalists. Together, they share narratives of hope, resilience, and addiction recovery. To learn more visit GoodGriefGoodGodShow.com. To learn more about Brad and the show visit GoodGriefGoodGodShow.com.

    Grieving Mothers: (PT1/2): A Conversation about Hope & Healing After Loss (S2/EP5)

    Grieving Mothers: (PT1/2): A Conversation about Hope & Healing After Loss (S2/EP5)

    🟥 In this special Mother’s Day episode, hosted by guest host Michelle Warren, wife of Brad Warren, and featuring Jamie Heard, the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Faithfully Restored, the conversation delves into the profound journey of motherhood amidst loss. Both Michelle and Jamie have experienced the unimaginable pain of losing a child. Faithfully Restored, their shared vision, serves as a beacon of hope and solace for mothers navigating similar paths. They discuss the power of community, prayer, and choosing joy in the face of adversity. Jaime shares the poignant story of her son’s legacy, as his heart beats on in another child. It’s a heartfelt dialogue, reminding us of the resilience and strength found in the bonds of motherhood and the healing power of connection.  To learn more about Faithfully Restored visit (or click) https://www.faithfullyrestoredwomen.com/.  

    🟥 Visit (or click) https://goodgriefgoodgodshow.com/s2ep5-jamieheeard to learn more about today’s guests and access parts one and two of this episode.  Visit (or click) https://www.GoodGriefGoodGodShow.com to learn more about the show, access the back catalog of episodes, and connect on social media plus more (see below).

    🟥 GOOD GRIEF GOOD GOD SHOW hosted by BRAD WARREN
    Welcome to ”The Good Grief Good God Show,” hosted by Brad Warren, a Grammy nominee, and Emmy award-winning hit songwriter known for 15 top #10 songs, including 9 #1s.  Brad, drawing from his own heartbreaking experience of losing his eldest son, Sage, to an accidental fentanyl overdose in May 2020, brings a powerful perspective shaped by experiencing every parent’s worst nightmare and 18 years of sobriety, creating a fabric of authenticity and vulnerability. Join Brad on the 1st, 3rd, & 5th Tuesdays for  ”Raw, Honest Conversation about Surviving Things that Suck,” featuring a diverse range of special guests, from Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Sheryl Crow to Hall of Fame Songwriters and Olympic Gold Medalists.  To learn more about Brad and the show, visit GoodGriefGoodGodShow.com

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    🟥 CONTACT INFORMATION
    ▶ BRAD & MICHELLE WARREN, Executive Producers
    ▶ MATT PEVETO, Producer/Showrunner – Matt@MattPeveto.com
    ▶ LISA BOULLT, Segment Producer & Guest Booker – Lisa@WarrenBrothers.com

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Beyond the Bassline (PT2/2): TULLY KENNEDY on Surviving Tragedy in Vegas & Writing "Try That in a Small Town" (S2/EP4)

    Beyond the Bassline (PT2/2): TULLY KENNEDY on Surviving Tragedy in Vegas & Writing "Try That in a Small Town" (S2/EP4)

    Vsit (or click) https://goodgriefgoodgodshow.com/s2ep4-tullykennedy to access both parts one and two of this episode, including audio and video links.  Visit (or click) https://www.GoodGriefGoodGodShow.com or scroll down to learn more about today’s guest, Brad, and the show plus more! 

    🟥 GOOD GRIEF GOOD GOD SHOW hosted by BRAD WARREN
    Welcome to ”The Good Grief Good God Show,” hosted by Brad Warren, a Grammy nominee and Emmy award-winning hit songwriter known for 15 top #10 songs, including 9 #1s.  Brad, drawing from his own heartbreaking experience of losing his eldest son, Sage, to an accidental fentanyl overdose in May 2020, brings a powerful perspective shaped by experiencing every parent’s worst nightmare and 18 years of sobriety, creating a fabric of authenticity and vulnerability. 

    The show, available in audio and video, serves as a platform for ”Raw, Honest Conversation about Surviving Things that Suck,” featuring a diverse range of special guests, from Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Sheryl Crow to Hall of Fame Songwriters and Olympic Gold Medalists.  To learn more about Brad and the show visit GoodGriefGoodGodShow.com.

    🟥 GUEST I TULLY KENNEDY
    Tully Kennedy was 21 years old when he left upstate New York for Los Angeles in 1996. Growing up in Redford, population 600, he had spent his teens playing bass in cover bands and was ready for the next chapter in his career.

    On his way to the West Coast, he detoured in Nashville to visit his uncle, a staff songwriter at Warner-Chappell Publishing. The plan was to spend a few months there and move on. Growing up on rock music, with an affinity for The Police, U2, and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Kennedy admittedly knew and cared little about country music, other than the “badass and edgy” outliers Steve Earle and Dwight Yoakam.

    Within a week of his arrival, he met Michael Knox, who was running Warner-Chappell and working with a new artist named Jason Aldean. Kennedy soon found himself in the company of studio veterans like Michael Rhodes and Mike Brignardello, and discovered that the Nashville recording scene was, in fact, eye opening.

    “I realised there was a lot of stuff going on,” he says. “I wanted to work in the studio, and Michael Knox got me started right away. I learned quickly how incredible it is to be able to do that here. Nashville does things very fast, and being a studio musician here is challenging. You don’t spend two days on a song; you’ve got a half-hour. You’ve got to be able to go in and come out with a great rhythm section in two or three takes.”

    Kennedy recently received his first CMA Triple Play Award, for the Jason Aldean smashes reaching #1 in a 12-month span: “Blame It On You”, “Trouble With A Heartbreak”, and “If I Didn’t Love You” (with Carrie Underwood).

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    🟥 CONTACT INFORMATION
    ▶ BRAD & MICHELLE WARREN, Executive Producers
    ▶ MATT PEVETO, Producer/Showrunner – Matt@MattPeveto.com
    ▶ LISA BOULLT, Segment Producer & Guest Booker – Lisa@WarrenBrothers.com

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Beyond the Bassline (PT1/2): TULLY KENNEDY on Surviving Tragedy in Vegas & Writing "Try That in a Small Town" (S2/EP4)

    Beyond the Bassline (PT1/2): TULLY KENNEDY on Surviving Tragedy in Vegas & Writing "Try That in a Small Town" (S2/EP4)

    Visit (or click) https://goodgriefgoodgodshow.com/s2ep4-tullykennedy to access audio and YouTube links to both part one and part two of this episode.  Visit (or click) https://www.GoodGriefGoodGodShow.com to learn more about the show.

    🟥 GUEST  I  TULLY KENNEDY
    Tully Kennedy was 21 years old when he left upstate New York for Los Angeles in 1996. Growing up in Redford, population 600, he had spent his teens playing bass in cover bands and was ready for the next chapter in his career.

    On his way to the West Coast, he detoured in Nashville to visit his uncle, a staff songwriter at Warner-Chappell Publishing. The plan was to spend a few months there and move on. Growing up on rock music, with an affinity for The Police, U2, and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Kennedy admittedly knew and cared little about country music, other than the “badass and edgy” outliers Steve Earle and Dwight Yoakam.

    Within a week of his arrival, he met Michael Knox, who was running Warner-Chappell and working with a new artist named Jason Aldean. Kennedy soon found himself in the company of studio veterans like Michael Rhodes and Mike Brignardello, and discovered that the Nashville recording scene was, in fact, eye opening.

    “I realised there was a lot of stuff going on,” he says. “I wanted to work in the studio, and Michael Knox got me started right away. I learned quickly how incredible it is to be able to do that here. Nashville does things very fast, and being a studio musician here is challenging. You don’t spend two days on a song; you’ve got a half-hour. You’ve got to be able to go in and come out with a great rhythm section in two or three takes.”

    Kennedy recently received his first CMA Triple Play Award, for the Jason Aldean smashes reaching #1 in a 12-month span: “Blame It On You”, “Trouble With A Heartbreak”, and “If I Didn’t Love You” (with Carrie Underwood).

    🟥 GOOD GRIEF GOOD GOD SHOW hosted by BRAD WARREN
    Welcome to ”The Good Grief Good God Show,” hosted by Brad Warren, a Grammy nominee and Emmy award-winning hit songwriter known for 15 top #10 songs, including 9 #1s.  Brad, drawing from his own heartbreaking experience of losing his eldest son, Sage, to an accidental fentanyl overdose in May 2020, brings a powerful perspective shaped by experiencing every parent’s worst nightmare and 18 years of sobriety, creating a fabric of authenticity and vulnerability. 

    The show, available in audio and video, serves as a platform for ”Raw, Honest Conversation about Surviving Things that Suck,” featuring a diverse range of special guests, from Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Sheryl Crow to Hall of Fame Songwriters and Olympic Gold Medalists.

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    🟥 CONTACT INFORMATION
    ▶ BRAD & MICHELLE WARREN, Executive Producers
    ▶ MATT PEVETO, Producer/Showrunner – Matt@MattPeveto.com
    ▶ LISA BOULLT, Segment Producer & Guest Booker – Lisa@WarrenBrothers.com

    • 1 hr 10 min
    "2 Dads, 2 Musicians, 2 Sons Lost to Fentanyl Poisoning” (Pt2/2) JIMMIE LEE SLOAS (4x ACM Award Winner) & host Brad Warren (S2/EP3)

    "2 Dads, 2 Musicians, 2 Sons Lost to Fentanyl Poisoning” (Pt2/2) JIMMIE LEE SLOAS (4x ACM Award Winner) & host Brad Warren (S2/EP3)

    Visit (or click) https://goodgriefgoodgodshow.com/s2ep2-jimmieleesloas to access both parts one and two of this episode, including audio and video links. Visit (or click) https://www.GoodGriefGoodGodShow.com to learn more about the show.

    🟥 GOOD GRIEF GOOD GOD SHOW hosted by BRAD WARREN
    Welcome to ”The Good Grief Good God Show,” hosted by Brad Warren, a Grammy nominee and Emmy award-winning hit songwriter known for 15 top #10 songs, including 9 #1s. Brad, drawing from his own heartbreaking experience of losing his eldest son, Sage, to an accidental fentanyl overdose in May 2020, brings a powerful perspective shaped by experiencing every parent’s worst nightmare and 18 years of sobriety, creating a fabric of authenticity and vulnerability.
    The show, available in audio and video, serves as a platform for ”Raw, Honest Conversation about Surviving Things that Suck,” featuring a diverse range of special guests, from Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Sheryl Crow to Hall of Fame Songwriters and Olympic Gold Medalists. To learn more about Brad and the show visit GoodGriefGoodGodShow.com.

    🟥 GUEST I JIMMY LEE SLOAS
    Jimmie Lee Sloas grew up in Fairborn, Ohio & Isonville, Kentucky. He is an American session musician, producer and songwriter who plays bass guitar. Formerly a member of a famous Christian band called The Imperials (bassist/lead vocals/BGVs) in the 1980s and 1990s, Sloas holds several session musician and production credits, primarily in country & contemporary Christian music with artists such as Garth Brooks, Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, LeAnn Rimes, Kellie Pickler, Reba McEntire, PFR, Switchfoot, and Jessica Simpson. In 1996, Jimmie also co-founded the group Dogs of Peace with former Whiteheart guitarist Gordon Kennedy. Sloas also recorded with the heavy metal outfit Megadeth on their album The System Has Failed. Jimmie is a 4x ACM Bass Player of the Year award winner. Jimmie’s father (Dave) was a member of the popular Bluegrass group, The Sloas Brothers. David (Jimmie’s older brother), served as Tammy Wynette lead guitarist from the early 80’s until her death and currently plays lead guitar for Country star, Aaron Tippin.

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    🟥 CONTACT INFORMATION
    ▶ BRAD & MICHELLE WARREN, Executive Producers
    ▶ MATT PEVETO, Producer/Showrunner – Matt@MattPeveto.com
    ▶ LISA BOULLT, Segment Producer & Guest Booker – Lisa@WarrenBrothers.com

    • 47 min
    "2 Dads, 2 Musicians, 2 Sons Lost to Fentanyl Poisoning” (Pt1/2) JIMMIE LEE SLOAS (4x ACM Award Winner) & host Brad Warren (S2EP3)

    "2 Dads, 2 Musicians, 2 Sons Lost to Fentanyl Poisoning” (Pt1/2) JIMMIE LEE SLOAS (4x ACM Award Winner) & host Brad Warren (S2EP3)

    Visit (or click) https://goodgriefgoodgodshow.com/s2ep2-jimmieleesloas to access both parts one and two of this episode, including audio and video links.  Visit (or click) https://www.GoodGriefGoodGodShow.com to learn more about the show.

    🟥 GOOD GRIEF GOOD GOD SHOW hosted by BRAD WARREN
    Welcome to ”The Good Grief Good God Show,” hosted by Brad Warren, a Grammy nominee and Emmy award-winning hit songwriter known for 15 top #10 songs, including 9 #1s.  Brad, drawing from his own heartbreaking experience of losing his eldest son, Sage, to an accidental fentanyl overdose in May 2020, brings a powerful perspective shaped by experiencing every parent’s worst nightmare and 18 years of sobriety, creating a fabric of authenticity and vulnerability. 

    The show, available in audio and video, serves as a platform for ”Raw, Honest Conversation about Surviving Things that Suck,” featuring a diverse range of special guests, from Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Sheryl Crow to Hall of Fame Songwriters and Olympic Gold Medalists.  To learn more about Brad and the show visit GoodGriefGoodGodShow.com.

    🟥 GUEST  I  JIMMY LEE SLOAS
    Jimmie Lee Sloas grew up in Fairborn, Ohio & Isonville, Kentucky. He is an American session musician, producer and songwriter who plays bass guitar. Formerly a member of a famous Christian band called The Imperials (bassist/lead vocals/BGVs) in the 1980s and 1990s, Sloas holds several session musician and production credits, primarily in country & contemporary Christian music with artists such as Garth Brooks, Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, LeAnn Rimes, Kellie Pickler, Reba McEntire, PFR, Switchfoot, and Jessica Simpson. In 1996, Jimmie also co-founded the group Dogs of Peace with former Whiteheart guitarist Gordon Kennedy. Sloas also recorded with the heavy metal outfit Megadeth on their album The System Has Failed. Jimmie is a 4x ACM Bass Player of the Year award winner.  Jimmie’s father (Dave), was a member of the popular Bluegrass group, The Sloas Brothers. David (Jimmie’s older brother), served as Tammy Wynette lead guitarist from the early 80’s until her death and currently plays lead guitar for Country star, Aaron Tippin. 

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    🎧 Spotify:  https://open.spotify.com/show/2Q33CbSC50WFJWC6NLjqSs

    🟥 CONTACT INFORMATION
    ▶ BRAD & MICHELLE WARREN, Executive Producers
    ▶ MATT PEVETO, Producer/Showrunner – Matt@MattPeveto.com
    ▶ LISA BOULLT, Segment Producer & Guest Booker – Lisa@WarrenBrothers.com

    • 55 min
    "Celebrating Sobriety & Music": CHARLES KELLEY of Lady A & host Brad Warren (S2/EP2)

    "Celebrating Sobriety & Music": CHARLES KELLEY of Lady A & host Brad Warren (S2/EP2)

    Visit (or click) https://goodgriefgoodgodshow.com/s2ep2-charleskelley to access both parts one and two of this episode, including audio and video links.  Visit (or click) https://www.GoodGriefGoodGodShow.com to learn more about the show.

    🟥 GOOD GRIEF GOOD GOD SHOW hosted by BRAD WARREN
    Welcome to ”The Good Grief Good God Show,” hosted by Brad Warren, a Grammy nominee and Emmy award-winning hit songwriter known for 15 top #10 songs, including 9 #1s.  Brad, drawing from his own heartbreaking experience of losing his eldest son, Sage, to an accidental fentanyl overdose in May 2020, brings a powerful perspective shaped by experiencing every parent’s worst nightmare and 18 years of sobriety, creating a fabric of authenticity and vulnerability. 

    The show, available in audio and video, serves as a platform for ”Raw, Honest Conversation about Surviving Things that Suck,” featuring a diverse range of special guests, from Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Sheryl Crow to Hall of Fame Songwriters and Olympic Gold Medalists.  To learn more about Brad and the show visit GoodGriefGoodGodShow.com.

    🟥 GUEST  I  CHARLES KELLEY OF LADY A
    Over the course of their decade-plus career, Lady A has become one of the 21st century’s premier vocal groups, blending deeply felt emotions with classic Country sounds. As a Country-radio staple, the trio has amassed record-breaking success ushering in 10 No. 1 hits with more than 18 million album units and 34 million tracks sold and nearly 5 billion digital streams. The trio earned the biggest first week streams of their career with their critically acclaimed No. 1 album OCEAN that has been touted as “the finest album of the band’s career” (Nashville Scene). 

    Known for their 11X PLATINUM hit “Need You Now” which is the highest certified song by a Country group, they have earned ACM and CMA Vocal Group of the Year trophies three years in a row and countless other honors including seven GRAMMY® Awards, Billboard Music Awards, People’s Choice Awards, Teen Choice Awards and a Tony Award nod. To learn more about Sheryl visit https://ladya.com/

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    🟥 CONTACT INFORMATION
    ▶ BRAD & MICHELLE WARREN, Executive Producers
    ▶ MATT PEVETO, Producer/Showrunner – Matt@MattPeveto.com
    ▶ LISA BOULLT, Segment Producer & Guest Booker – Lisa@WarrenBrothers.com

    • 1 hr 30 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
57 Ratings

57 Ratings

Sweg masterrrrrrrr ,

Healing a Mom’s heart

I found this podcast after losing my 21 year old son to fentanyl poisoning. I relate to so much of what you feel and have found comfort here. Thank you for being raw and real and helping me in my grief journey!

Marge1961 ,

Heartfelt and relatable

My brother Chris introduced me to this podcast after conversations around grief in our own family and how beneficial it is to talk about the loss and all the raw emotions that go along with it. I just want to thank you for the careful selection of guests that share openly their own struggles not only with grief, but a host of other life struggles.
These talks give us listeners permission to talk, listen and share openly some of life’s toughest battles.
Like the minor prophet Habakkuk- we lament what’s wrong, what’s lost or has been stolen in our personal lives as well as the lives of those we love- but with the hope that there are better days to come, and God gives us strength through friends, family and tools such as this. Thank you!

Jernatky ,

Amazing Courage

It takes a lot of bravery to talk about things this hard as freely as Brad Warren and his guests do. To walk through something as painful as losing a child and somehow be able to give hope to people is nothing short of a miracle. This podcast is inspiring.

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