Take a journey through the inquisitive mind of host Todd Walsh as he relives some of the most iconic moments and engages with Arizona's most captivating personalities on and off the field.
Jimmy Eat World: Zach Lind
The Jimmy Eat World drummer and avid AZ sports fan has a new concert project (‘The Phoenix Sessions’) and lots of cool stories from his Major League Dad to ‘The Middle’ and the band’s loyalty to their home state.
Plus Todd talks to friend Ralph Marchetta (51:15) --- the Suns Arena General Manager has booked hundreds of concerts and is responsible for Todd’s favorite piece of memorabilia in the Garage.
A conversation with Patrick Downie the Executive Producer of “Away is Mine,” the last recorded work of his older brother Gord, the lead singer of the Tragically Hip. A forward by Paul Bissonnette, who saw live, one of Downie’s final shows during the Hip’s epic farewell tour.
Terri Nunn comes with 'Strings Attached'
A one-of-a-kind interview with a rock-and-roll legend about her career, what she's learned from the pandemic and her band's new orchestra-backed album. Featuring a foreword with another Berlin aficionado: ESPN's Pedro Gomez.
Gibby, Zelisko, and the world of Music
Some historic artists have graced the stages here in Arizona. Danny Zelisko was most likely responsible for bringing your favorite artist to town. Todd goes into the world of music with Danny and grabs a great leadoff in former D-backs manager Kirk Gibson.
The EPIC 2001 World Series
Ground zero was still smoldering after the attacks of 9/11. The Arizona Diamondbacks were in the World Series, facing the legendary New York Yankees in New York for game 3. The entire experience was truly unlike any other as told by Luis Gonzalez, Randy Johnson, Tony Womack, Bob Brenly, Mark Grace, and special contributions from Yankee great Tino Martinez, Arizona Coyotes legend Shane Doan, Jack Buck, Joe Garagiola, and FOX Sports lead man Joe Buck. This is a star-studded field of commentary you don't want to miss!
The one that got away
You can't win them all. Todd reflects on his ability to get Steve Kerr on record at a vital time in his career and how it didn't necessarily translate years later when he needed a key interview after Randy Johnson's perfect game in 2004.