The Ice – theicepodcast meets David John (084) • October 6th, 2010

Imagine the power of Motown-inspired songwriting, combined with with an international pop appeal. With the release of the new album from Glasgow-born David John, we experience artistry at its best.Tonight theicepodcast have the privilege to talk to David John, he’s hot off tour with 50 Cent and he’s mingling with Paolo Nutini, P.Diddy and now he’s talking about climbing the ladder of pop music.

Track List:

1.Mr Fantastic

2.How Did You Find Out

3.Try Again

4.Mrs Vegas

Check him out:


Twitter: http://twitter.com/realdavidjohn



The Ice – theicepodcast meets Ross Owen’s Band of Brothers (077) Posted in Uncategorized by theicepodcast on August 7th, 2010

Peter, Chris and Nick meet Ross Owen, Ross is a super fan of Band of Brothers and is currently celebrating the 10 year anniversary of the show by getting everybody together for special interviews looking back at filming experience and more.Ross has teamed with Black Sky Radio to get candid comments from the cast, and on this episode you can hear those experiences from actors James Madio (Sgt. Frank Perconte), Dexter Fletcher (SSgt. John Martin) and Shane Taylor (Cpl. Eugene Roe).

Ross talks all things Band of Brothers, even Laurel and Hardy.We learn about the boot camp that the actors trained at before filming, as well as Dexter sharing stories of David Schwimmer and a game of poker, James talks of his experience talking to veteran Sgt. Perconte and Shane discusses the episode Bastogne.

Much thanks to Ross and Black Sky Radio.

Check-out the links in the album artwork for more.



and E-mail to talk about Band of Brothers and more to our discussion section at theicepodcast@hotmail.co.uk
The Ice - theicepodcast meets Masters of None (071) Chris and Luke meet Jay, Mike and Art from the ‘Masters of None’ podcast.  The Masters tell the guys how they began in podcasting, where they started in radio and why they love movies so much.  On their show the Masters of None take pride in answering the bigger questions in life such as; whose better Biggie or Tupac?  Whose the greatest movie character of all time?  Who wins Batman or Superman?  So the guys put some heavy duty questions to the masters in a round of ‘Would You Rather?’

Check out the Masters of None  SEASON 1 boxset. In this complete set you not only get the first 16 podcast episodes, but you also get the three quick shows that include interviews with Kevin Smith and Jim Cramer. There is the famous Crayon Show and a lost We Know Celebrities. The icing on the cake is the exclusive video show of Worst Beers.



The Masters of None are the 8th group to be interviewed in theicepodcast meets series, so why not try out other featured episodes with Coverville’s Brian Ibbott (044), PCOW’s Tony Pucci (044), author and self-made millionaire by 30 Alan Corey (064) and editor and agent of prank collective ‘Improv Everywhere’ Matt Adams (062).  Thanks for listening, subscribe for more.

The Ice – theicepodcast meets Matt Adams (062) • February 19th, 2010 Nick and Chris interview Matt Adams, who is a short filmmaker and Senior Agent and Editor of ‘Improv Everywhere’, a comedic performance act that spends its time creating scenes in public.

The group was formed in 2001 by Charlie Todd and Matt Adams has been their from the start, in this exclusive interview he gives much detail of some of the fascinating ‘missions’ his agents have been involved in.  The prank collective have performed many missions, some highlighted in this show.  Matt discusses how they collective have performed live musicals in real-life scenarios (grocery store, food court etc.) as well as creating a time loop in a Starbucks coffee store and an annual ‘No Pants’ subway train ride.

Matt also discusses his own love of film and parody, including his Babbelgum award nominee ‘What is Tragedy?’  In which Matt took to the streets of Brooklyn to find out the public’s definition of a ‘tragedy’.

To check out Matt’s website: http://www.mattadamsapple.com/

Follow the show through the album artwork and email theicepodcast.co.uk for questions.

The Ice - theicepodcast meets James Perry (059) • January 31st, 2010 James Perry is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter based in the San Francisco Bay Area. He has been writing and performing music for most of his life on his own and with a variety of musical projects.

Tonight Chris and Nick talk to James about his new album ‘Now You’re Gone’, James discusses making his first music video to his track ‘Waiting’, he also discusses the creative process of writing and recording the album as well as previous projects including his Heavy Metal Food Album.

James’ album is currently on sale on iTunes and CDBaby, infact from now till February 8th, James is donating his profits from CDBaby to the Haiti Fund.  Donate to CDBaby: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/jamesperry

View the album artwork for links and photos of James and his work.

  • “A rich and emotive blend of rock, electro, metal and lush orchestrations.” - Ben Wiser, Popdose
  • “The tenor of Perry’s “Now You’re Gone” is also intimate and personal. It makes us feel that we are not alone in our struggles during this time of distress, stress, and anxiety.” - Maria Campbell, Gothic Goddess Media
  • “Thankfully, however, James is not the next Nickelback, or Coldplay. But, if given a good chance by someone who has brains, I can see James getting the right push to have gold on his wall, maybe even platinum. He’s that good.” - Dustin Ekman, Funeral Rain Zine
Official website: http://www.jamesperrymusic.com/

Facebook James: http://www.facebook.com/jamesperrymusic

Mailing List: http://www.reverbnation.com/jamesperry?add_email=true

Donate to CDBaby: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/jamesperry

Buy from iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/now-youre-gone/id332434313

Check out Food Metal Album: http://www.mopmonster.com/foodmetal.html