After 17 years with The Killers, guitarist Dave Keuning is venturing out on his own with a solo project, named Keuning, as well as a new album, Prismism (due in January.) Cantore sits down with Keuning to discuss his new endeavor and taking a break from touring with one of the biggest bands in the world.
As Grammy Award-winners System of a Down complete a sold-out five-city West Coast tour, bassist Shavo Odadjian sits down with Cantore at the Valley View Casino Center in San Diego to discuss the current tour and 22Red, his new high-quality cannabis and clothing brand.
Known for his cannabis-themed Cheech & Chong comedy albums and movies with Cheech Marin, as well as playing the character Leo on Fox's That '70s Show, Tommy Chong joins Cantore to talk everything from the Chargers to cannabis to Trump to his appearance in San Diego this weekend at March and Ash, man.
On this special edition podcast, Cantore sits down with 80's icon Huey Lewis in San Diego for The Heart Of Rock N Roll, an electrifying world premiere musical comedy inspired by the songs of Huey Lewis & the News, at The Old Globe. Running September 06 - October 07, 2018
SLOMO sits down with Cantore and shares his story of walking away from a successful medical practice to pursue his true passion: inline skating in a slow, meditative motion on Ocean Front Walk in Pacific Beach every day (for decades.) Since going off the grid, SLOMO has become a local icon with a worldwide fanbase thanks to the release of an amazing 2013 documentary by Josh Izenberg.
Lam, known today as the “ultimate wing man,” restauranteur, surfer, speaker and philanthropist joins Cantore to talk about surfing at Kelly Slater's Surf Ranch, moving to So Cal from Brazil in the 70s, and starting Wahoo's Fish Tacos with his younger brothers 30 years ago.
Cantore opens the show talking about a common thread that he's noticed between his closest friends.
Cantore opens the show talking about ripping his board shorts while surfing and showing his junk to the entire line-up. He also shares an observation about the entitlement some people have after hitting cross-walk lights.
Cantore visits TV personality, author, and cook-extraordinaire, Sam the Cooking Guy, at his new restaurant, Not Not Tacos, opening this week in the Little Italy Food Hall with hospitality group Grain & Grit Collective. Not Not Tacos will serve up genre-bending fare that pushes the envelope of culinary creativity with tacos that are big, bold, full of flavor and made from things not normally found in authentic Mexican food (looking at you meatloaf, salmon & pastrami.)
Before introducing us to the restaurant, Sam opens up to Cantore about his insecurities and the pressures of coexisting in a modern world that puts so much value on wealth and material items. Also, great discussion about how weed can perpetuate self-doubt.
Director of photography and marine biologist, Richard Fitzpatrick, talks about his new film, Great Barrier Reef, opening this week at the Fleet Science Center in Balboa Park. What started as a kid capturing sharks on the reef with his buddies has turned into a career as an Emmy® Award-winning cinematographer who has shot more than 50 films for clients such as the BBC, National Geographic, and Discovery Channel.
Cantore opens the show talking about 4th of July in the neighborhood and how he's not afraid to beam kids with water balloons. While thanking sponsors, Cantore discusses how new cannabis laws and regulations have created a bottle neck effect at local dispensaries.
Singer / Songwriter Steve Poltz joins Cantore for a discussion about music, health, and politics. Steve performs a couple of songs, talks about his (semi) recent stroke, sobriety, + life in America under Trump. See Steve perform at the Birch Aquarium, Wednesday, June 20th, 2018.
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Former San Diego Weatherman Brad Perry joins Cantore to discuss why he up and left a well-paying gig at a KUSI (with no savings) to focus on self-improvement and a new path in life which includes charity work and launching his own web series, BIG BRAD ADVENTURES.
Back from Kelly Slater's Surf Ranch and a 10-day trip to Rio with the WSL, Coté joins Cantore to tell him about hosting the inaugural Founders Cup of Surfing and what it's like to actually ride the wave. Also, recently single and ready to mingle, Coté talks about life on Tinder as a 41 year old man (with kids.)
Cantore is joined by former 91X morning show host turned politician Tommy Hough to discuss his run for San Diego city council.
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Cantore welcomes his friend Ryan Berman of www.sockproblems.com to discuss Interactive Day San Diego (and Cantore's new favorite show, Cobra Kai.) Plus, it's Gordon & Smith Day in San Diego with a phone call to Larry Gordon's daughter, Debbie about her father's new bench at Tourmaline Beach.
Cantore is joined by one of San Diego's BIGGEST entrepreneurs Jon Carder who has founded five internet businesses, his first at the age of 19 while a sophomore at Point Loma Nazarene University. Retired when he was just 27 years old, Carder got bored and launched MOGL, a reward program concentrating on restaurants using card-linked technology, which later pivoted to Empyr, a B2B platform that helps websites and apps generate revenue from online to offline commerce.
Doesn't matter, if you are an entrepreneur, or aspiring entrepreneur, this interview is a must.
Cantore sits down with Encinitas author Sebastian Slovin to discuss his memoir, Ashes in the Ocean, a reflection about living through and learning from his father’s suicide. As a young boy, Sebastian lost his father to suicide, which would later deeply inspire his path in life. This podcast is about facing one’s fears, stepping out of the stigma of suicide, and taking on a different path.
Ocean Beach, San Diego's David Wells, known for pitching a perfect game and helping two franchises win the World Series, joins Cantore + YEW! for an in-depth discussion about CBDs (cannabidiol) -- a cannabis compound that has significant medical benefits, but does not make people feel “stoned.”
After 21 years in Major League Baseball filled with multiple injuries and surgeries, the all star gets candid about the benefits of CBDs from kicking opiates to pain relief to starting his own CBD company, CBD Centric (with his buddy O.B. Steve.)
In the second half of the interview, Wells shares a series of compelling anecdotes from his baseball past -- including the infamous story about pitching a perfect game hungover.
One of skateboarding's finest, most respected photographers, Grant Brittain, looks back on a lifetime of shooting the skate world for 40+ years. A 2014 inductee into the Skateboard Hall of Fame and Museum, the longtime Encinitas resident began his photography career in the late 70s at the Del Mar Skate Ranch, which he managed.
From shooting Tony Hawk, Lance Mountain, Stevie Caballero, Tommy Guerrero, Rodney Mullen, and Mike McGill of the Bones Brigade in the eighties to Danny Way jumping the Great Wall of China in 2005, Brittain's imagery has inspired generations of surfers and skaters worldwide.
Cantore talks to legendary San Diego storyteller / broadcaster Ken Kramer of 'About San Diego' about San Diego -- and, personal anecdotes that make Ken even more awesome.
Cantore talks to Dr. Bob Uslander, Medical Director and founder of Integrated MD Care of Del Mar. Dr. Bob (as his patients refer to him) is one of only a handful of physicians that offers "Aid In Dying" services.
Since June 9, 2016, California’s End of Life Option Act has made it easier for people with terminal illnesses to choose when they want to die, but, needless to say, it remains a controversial subject for many families, friends and medical providers.
That being said, Dr. Bob's primary goal is to make people more comfortable with the concept of dying.