Dating. Deadly Guilt. Dual Personalities. Werewolf-about-town, Edgar talks about the benefits and struggles of living as a lycanthrope. He shares a cocktail with Douglas as he regals him with tales of adventures, regrets and full moon routines in The Anthem of Edgar.OUR GUEST: Sean CowhigSean Cowhig is an actor/writer/producer based out of Los Angeles. He hosts a weekly cannabis comedy show, The Way Highway on idobi Radio and, most recently, worked as an Executive Producer and Series Regular on the SYFY animated series Hell Den. Sean loves all things supernatural - check out Bloodsucking Bastards free to stream on Tubi or ask him any question about the Vampire Diaries. Find him on Instagram and Twitter @seancowhig - Here is a link to a show that Sean co-host called Sean and Jenn’s Improvised Playlist. The whole show is improvised based on a curated playlist.THIS EPISODE was inspired by the song Werewolves of London by Marinell/Wachtel & Zevon), Warren Zevon’s biggest hit - and only top 40 hit as a singer. It was the first single from his 3rd solo album, Excitable Boy (1978). Legend has it that the song began as a joke by Phil Everly (The Everly Brothers). After seeing the film Werewolf in London (1935) on TV, Phil suggested to Zevon that he use the title and create a song and dance craze. Two years later, he did. Mick Fleetwood is on drums and Jon McVie’s on bass. Werewolves of London Official Music VideoTHE SHOW:Our show is completely improvised and produced by Douglas Sarine, Marypat Farrell and Sarah Atwood.Our theme song was produced by the wonderful Ben Wise. benwise.bandcamp.comAdditional music provided by IcarusPlease rate and review the show on iTunes. It helps the show grow and be discovered.Follow us on Instagram @AnthemOfLifePodcast You can contact us at email@example.comEnjoy our eclectic playlist on Spotify AOL PLAYLISTSpecial thanks to Spark! Digital Media Lab at the Burbank Public Library© 2023 Nerdtainment Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.