Jesse Unplugged – Episode #8: April 2016 “A Night at the Civic Opera House”




Here is the eighth installment of Jesse Andersen’s new podcast series Jesse Unplugged. Jesse Unplugged is a monthly look inside the life of Jesse Andersen who will be joined by interesting guests from the world of music, wrestling, acting and his personal life while discussing everything pertinent to his world. For this episode Jesse is once again joined his wingman/producer Andy as well as our first special guest Jon Babin of the Chicago rock band Lever. Andy and Jesse open the show with their thoughts on the passing of legendary musician Prince and then Jesse gives his review of the musical Bullets Over Broadway. Then the boys chat about their awesome night seeing The Smashing Pumpkins at the Civic Opera House. Andy’s been a fan of the band for over 20 years but to Jesse the Pumpkins are family! Then the boys give a call to Jon Babin who was also at the show and they discuss his band Lever and what’s coming up for them. We thank everyone who has checked out Jesse Unplugged! Interested in being a guest or sponsor? Send Jesse a message on Twitter or Facebook. Thanks for listening to Jesse Unplugged!

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