Friday, Jan 11, 20113
My guest is Eric Porvaznik, primarily residing in the “Where Are They Now?” files when not making occasional appearances on Titan Radio’s “The Koz Effect” shows, or contributing music, sports and other pop culture posts to the Threedonia.com blog, gained a modicum of infamy as the former co-host/moderator of the online Radio Free Threedonia, which “aired” from 2009-2012.
Before closing their virtual doors, RF3D (as the not-so-cool kids called it) welcomed a diverse array of guests to their patent-pending brand of “funsanity,” including international television and film star Nick Searcy, Jonah Goldberg, S.E. Cupp, D.B. Sweeney, Queensryche’s Geoff Tate, Saxon’s Bif Byford, AlfonZo Rachel, Andrew Klavan, Thaddeus McCotter, Stelio Savante, Rolling Stone columnist and author Anthony Bozza, That Metal Show’s Jim Florentine, Dr. Ted Baehr, and many more, as well as Christian Toto and John Nolte before their Big Hollywood days.
The writer/director of “Looking for Oscar,” the YouTube-only documentary on 1970s baseball featuring Bob Costas and the legendary Bill “Spaceman” Lee, and front-man for Glorious Disaster (the rock band behind the anthems “Unfriendly Fire” and “Common Sensical”), Eric can also be found umpiring in the Burbank area when not spending time with his lovely wife Brooke and their devoted pooch Grover.
CALLING INTO THE SHOW to promote his NEW business, Alex Fondrier CEO and founder of two NEW internet dating services that cater to both single Democratic and single Republicans who are looking for like minded people that they can be matched too.