Member Guest "Member" and PGA Tour golfer Keegan Bradley rejoins the podcast for another epic hang. Keegan talks highs and lows of golf, his love for music, and his biggest fear... dancing. Brendan considers an emotional support dog, Dave gets very hangry and Mark is just along for the ride.
Sports broadcaster Mark Rogondino joins Member Guest for an epic episode of all things soccer, golf, and Posh Spice. The boys step into enemy territory to talk about the growing soccer rivalry in Los Angeles. Rogo and Steeley brag about their collection of hole-in-ones... Dave leaves Linkin Park to play in rival band and Mark has idiot insurance. All this and more on SE03|SE06 of Member Guest.
Emmy Award winning comedy writers Kelvin Yu and Steven Davis rejoin the podcast and bring the laughs (and some attempts at tears), as well as introduce the world to “Gymnastics Day” on this special holiday episode of Member Guest.
Mike Shinoda rejoins the podcast and makes history as the first “Guest-Member” of Member Guest. Dave, Brendan and Mark welcome back the multi-talented musician, artist, and creative juggernaut to discuss Wikipedia hacking, and voting robots. Mike opens up about the process of making his new solo album Post Traumatic, and Dave and Mike discuss the possible future of Linkin Park.
It’s a rainy Saturday morning in Augusta. The boys from Member Guest sit down to recap the past few days at The Masters. Dave invents the world wide web, Mark eats one too many pimento & cheese sandwiches, and Brendan has a a case of the golfing blues.
It’s the season finale of the Member Guest podcast! Mark brings gifts and Dave and Brendan dazzle each other with tech talk about bass tones and wedge shots (warning : its a real snoozer). The guys look back at some of their favorite moments of an epic Season 1, and look ahead to a fun and exciting future in this “Members Only” podcast.
Dave, Mark and Brendan sit down with Master Cicerone (beer expert) Patrick Rue, the founder of The Bruery, to enjoy their favortie craft beers and chat about the pursuit of far fetched dreams. Patrick’s skillful taste buds get put to a blind taste test as he discusses his journey from Law school to home brewing. Season 1 of the Member Guest Podcast was hosted by The Bruery, a tasty brewing company in Southern Californian.
Professional golfer, and major champion Keegan Bradley joins the Member Guest Podcast to discuss Ryder Cup locker rooms, downhill ski racing, the Bradley Bison Head, and the 4-second rule. Other topics include adult tantrums, flying cows, and of course… the “talking of the trash.”
Dave, Brendan, and Mark welcome multi-talented musician, artist, and producer Mike Shinoda to the mix. The guys discuss Dave’s safety at a Marshmello show, Mike’s expertise with pink eye, medium level friend status, and Mike’s new EP – Post Traumatic.
Renaissance man Jon Curran is a professional golfer on the PGA Tour, an artist, and a new father. Jon talks spray paint and baby car seats, Dave’s wife dances with Huey Lewis, and Brendan admits there is a chance he might go jail.
If you’re surfing for the first time, would you like to be informed that there are juvenile great white sharks in the area? And would you rather play goalie for Coach Dave, or Coach Joffrey? NHL all-star Joffrey Lupul joins the guys as they talk golf mentors (Phil), hockey mentors (Teemu), and music mentors (McCartney).
Friends or Foes? Brendan, Mark, and Dave attempt an intervention “friendervention” with professional golfers Charley and John as they discuss childhood rivalries, golf superstitions, and how ping pong can destroy homes.
Trè Cool, internationally renowned drummer from Green Day, joins the fun with Phoenix, Brendan, and Mark. Topics include: hole-in-ones, when nicknames go bad, golf lessons with Butch Harmon, and how to meet fellow (half) naked musicians in French spas.
“M. Shadows” has achieved international success as the frontman for his band, Avenged Sevenfold. He sits down with the Members to discuss the perception of musical genres, jazz shots, caddies that swim to retrieve errant golf shots, to dealing with the loss of a band member.