Rock N Roll Cheeseburger season finale with Tommy Bechtold

Season one comes to a close with returning mayor of maniacal musings, Tommy Bechtold!

Rock N Roll Cheeseburger Episode 25!  Tommy Bechtold spelunks into the burger dome for his third RRCB episode and our Season One Finale, and he brings Val’s mom with him!?  This week’s pressing issues in society are  Out-Of-Town Guests,  Unsustainability,  Bro-Night Stands,  and  Hangover Cures.  We have our first honest to goodness sponsorship this week, from the hilariously stylish folks at Bob Heller Tees!  We spin beefy rock tunes with Byron Blocker‘s “Echo Park” and Boom Said Thunder‘s “Modern Girls”.  And we dive into the perilous depths of co-hostess Valerie Tosi‘s mind in this week’s comedy sketch “Brain Date”.  Come hang with us at the New Orleans tweetup April 16-20, where co-hosts Dan Lawler and Valerie Tosi will be performing in the Comics Of Twitter stand-up show!  And we’ll be back inside your ear satchels after our spring break!


Jordan Rubin in Rock N Roll Cheeseburger episode 24 with Kyle Duncan Graham, Dan Lawler, Tikku Sircar, Valerie Tosi, Zombeavers

Jordan Rubin, hilarious Writer / Director of “Zombeavers” drops in for a beaveburger.

Rock N Roll Cheeseburger Episode 24!  Jordan Rubin, writer & director of the horror / comedy film Zombeavers gets his beave on in burgerville this week.  We go round table on such pressing issues in society as Facing Danger,  Primal Behaviors,  Mom Strength,  and  Deforestation.  We are sponsored this week by the fine folks over at Power Snack.  Our comedy sketch involves martians, marijuana and a guy named Morty.  And we rock rad tune buggies from the band Reuben with “Freddy Kreuger”, and from Los Angeles locals Bed with “Goodnight”.  Zombeavers hits theaters & Video On Demand on Friday, March 20, 2015.  If you’re in L.A. on March 18th, grab tickets for the Los Angeles premiere of Zombeavers here.


Twitter's Inappropriate Mom @NicFit75 in Rock N Roll Cheeseburger Episode 23

Nic “Inappropriate Mom” Fit75 joins us in Burgerville for our Episode 23 twitter party.

Rock N Roll Cheeseburger Episode 23!  We’ve got twitter’s Inappropriate Mom this week!  Nic (@nicfit75) gets inappropriate with our round-table discussions, as we talk:  Online Dating,  Dog Parks,  Friend Boundaries,  and  Bar Fights.  Our stereotype-laden fake sponsor this week is Don’s Gay Apparel!  And we rock super heavy rock jamz with #RRCB favorite Monolord‘s “Audhumbla”, and also 1980s-90s metalheads’ favorite Pantera‘s “War Nerve”.  Our sketch this week features the vocal hilarity of Jared Quay Campbell as heard in Rock N Roll Cheeseburger Episode 5, as he commentates on NicFit75’s Twitter Court.  And, before we go, Nic gives us Christmas in March!


Valerie Tosi, Dan Lawler, Xanthia Pink, Tikku Sircar, and Kyle Duncan Graham in Rock N Roll Cheeseburger Episode 19

Xanthia Pink heals our crystal balls in Rock N Roll Cheeseburger Episode 19!

Rock N Roll Cheeseburger Episode 19!  Xanthia Pink is in-studio to paint Burgerville rouge!  Join Xanthia’s goddess energy and sit in as our round-table discussions cover these pressing issues in society & more:  Douche Bag stuff,  Goddess Energy,  Emojis,  Weekend Partiers…  Some guy from the 80s offers advice on how to suck less.  And connoisseurism meets medical marijuana in our sketch comedy segment this week.  We slam rad tune buggies in Ep. 19,  with “Velocitip” by Greg Byers,  and “Ten Tiny Fingers” by Marriages.  Get pinky with it, y’all.


Rock Burger Ep 17

Bryan Cook and Celia Finkelstein get super burgerfied in our 17th Episode

Rock N Roll Cheeseburger Episode 17!  Beard master & English major Bryan Cook joins returning guest host Celia Finkelstein as we get back to our burgery roots in our first new episode of 2015.  We crack beers as we talk Burger Technology,  Gross Selfies,  Sandwiches (DIFFERENT THAN BURGERS, YOU GUYS),  and Kyle kinda freaks out about Umbrellas a little bit.  We pump up the jamz with “Drones” by Ghost Idols,  and a saxophone-heavy tune called “In The Sunshine” by the Dirty Cakes band.  We revive one of our favorite to-dos with 60 Second Story Hour, and we hop around the terrible-radio-o-sphere in this week’s commercial parody segment, including some sweet mom raps!  Oh, and we may have stolen the bodies of Alex & Stu from Warp Drive for this week’s image.