Share Your Summer 2016

Ladies and Gentlemen... Guys and Dolls! Coalesce, cogitate, and cavort with us! 

Hey guys, Tony here from the Share Your Buzz news desk. Which at the moment is a plastic Adirondack chair on my patio. It's a beautiful fall evening, not too cold not too warm, and it brings to mind what a great summer we've had at Share Your Buzz. I think I can speak for Chris and Spencer too when I say a great big Thank You! To all of our incredible guests, friends new and old, and most of all you guys who listen to us fumble our way through the show every week. Admittedly, we are still finding our sea legs on this sea of mischievousness we've decided to cast off into. So, if our style of entertainment is not quite for you, don't give up on us just yet. It only gets better....unless it doesn't. I never underestimate the potential for complete and utter failure! (Ha) But seriously, thank you all so much. 

I start the beginning of Share Your Summer 2016 way back in the spring when we had the hilarious Coco & WeeWee on the show. We've made some great friends over the last few months. Adam Crutchfield, Jim Aycock, DJ Wick-it, the lovely ladies of Nashville Burlesque, along with DJ Boogie Frost and the irrevocably lovely and talented Stephanie Adlington.

Our in studio performers graced us with incredible live music from One Cent Stamp, Rae Hering, Dawn & Nash, Randy Reed, and Ethan Shane. 

On top of that we had the opportunity to take the show on location to Dawghouse Saloon, Melrose Billiards, and all the way to Cocoa Beach, FL! A few friends from my hometown sat in on a show and we saw the first official appearance of Thunder Stick. The local group of misfits came through often, including but not limited to the ever inappropriate ladies of SYB under whatever guise they assumed on any given week. 

I know I'm forgetting something or someone and for that I sincerely apologize. Hey, I listen to podcasts too. I know once the show is over no one cares about what we talked about. That's kinda the point. It's a conversation with some friends over drinks. Not going to lie, with that comes the occasional bit of drama. Of which is not entirely my business to discuss. (Maybe if we do a "member's only" section one day we'll talk about the off air after party craziness). Notwithstanding, we got through it with an indomitable commitment to the endeavor we have embarked on. 

Spencer, Chris, and I are truly grateful that we get to sit down once a week and provide you guys with content for an our or so. The only way we grow is by word of mouth and we have a lot of exciting things on the horizon. So, climb aboard the good ship Dalliance, hoist the mainsails gallants and royals, and sail away three sheets to the wind with us. Salute!