“Sex, Drugs, & Rock N Roll” is thoroughly examined with Ben Lionetti, co-founder of the band Lakeshore and one of the original members of Emmure. Glenn explains the history of the Boomtown Rats’ “I Don’t Like Mondays”. The Choir’s Kiersty Correll writes that nothing has ever resonated more with her than Sex in the Pews and makes summer plans for a visit. Owen defines the difference between “social currency” and “currency currency.” Then when the fellas welcome Ben Lionetti in the Pews, things really get amped up. We get on board with Ben’s “mission from God to save rock n roll” and he joins the campaign to redeem the terms d@#$ and c&@%.. The trials and tribulations of working with family and friends is delved into in a major way. We enjoy Lakeshore’s new single, “Erased”. We also discover why modern marriage is so messed up, plus so much more. This one is definitively not boring!
NSFW or children. Strong Sexual Content, Language, Humor and Condemnation of Religion.
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